Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00283
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00283
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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ITEMS OF INTEIU ST A BOTTLE of bromide left in a FOR OUR %'E11'11AVY_ .. viding a plain sail area of about 5,000 County Finances.
square feet. GVSTAV STARK County Treasurer '
closed room all night with the stopper >
THE VESSELS TIlE In account with Nassau County.DR. .
BARTIIOLOW that KIND OF NAVAL - -- --- -- .
PROFESSOR says out destroys all infection and in- .

chloral is the most effective remedyfor sect life. It has cleared places which BOARD WANT CONSTRUCTED. POPULATIONOF October 1, I&5--- .,

much WASHINGTON October 2.-The report THE STATE FLORIDA IN 1880 18S3;: To balance in School Fund..::? 18.71. -
cholera and its is AND BY
power were infested with vermin many of the Board of Naval Officers COUNTIES. To balance Sinking.._......._. 3. ;*V-3 : 21 21

increased by the addition of mor times. It is far more effectual than ,. To amount received during fiscal year. %
appointed by Secretary Whitney to
,Manic Popnof closing Sept. 30, ISSo, as follows:
phine. the vapor of burning sulphur. consider plans for the constructionof [POptt-at ion lrtti01&- Gain. Loss. On l1...c't Gen'l :Fund, cash.....S 9,$$2 55 "' .

THE late Red Prince" Frederick ATTENTION has been called to two the additional unarmored vessels Coultty. ill 1880 i/& 1885 I scrip.- 2,6892:? :-
authorized by the act"of Congress of --- -- -- -- ** School 11,581'V97 .:J\, .::
Charles left to his son Frederick Leo- become Alachua.... _.:. .. .. .. "',",' -
races of men that must soon 16,462 26.2.55 U.7)3! : InterestanlSinking: 3SW {sit >: if -
splendid military library of March 3d, 1885, was made public to- Baker....... 2,303 .2.895. 5f,2! .,......... .. .. Road....................... $74 ik.> -,.;:.",
pold extinct. At the present rate of decrease day. Their recommendations are in Bradford... G.l1 : 9CU012,888.; '......... .. General School Tax.16 ft -:'

several thousand volumes and many of New Zealandnow substance follows Bre\:11'IL. 1.-l7H 2.376 898 ......... .. II ......... >
the :Maoris as : 1' Fines ............. :S05 O--( $. ,!)';O 21
Calhoun.. 1.580 2.094 514 ......... ..
manuscripts, all liberally sprinkled reduced to 45,000 men from For the two cruisers of, not less Cla}... ...... .2.83 4,317 1,479....... ;: $2S1t1142

with original annotations. than 3,000 nor more than_ 5,000 tons Colulllbi.. 9,539 11,187 1.598......... .. CR.
100,000 in Captain Cook's day-must displacement to cost exclusive of Dade........ 2'7 33: 75........ October 1,1,55--4 .
Tun experiment is being made of have by the 2000. Un vaL...... '19.431 219.)5 2.52-1........ .. By; balance on acc't General : I,.'
disappeared year armament} $1,1OOOOift, there shouldbe Escarubia.. 12.156 17.050 4h!).! .......? .. Fund, scrip.........................$ 14). : ''
exporting living lobsters, in tanks, The Laplanders are estimated not to one twin screw propeller; steam Franklin... 1,791 2,27' 56'......... .. Bamounts paid during iljcal

from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to exceed 20,000 in number, and are steel cruiser constructed 'of 300.feet Gallsden.... 12.169 11.406 ......'.. 763Hamilton. year: ",i.-. .
.. ....... ..
6,700. 7,25.31 5 On acct Gen'l Fund,cash..J 7,000( 9-1 :'
England. England now consumesa gradually becoming fewer. length between perpendiculars,forty- Ht>rnaJHln.. 4,2.tg 7,173 2,92.5......... .. scrip.._ 2.6S7G7 -"
nine feet extreme breadth of beam, Hilbb ru'. 5,81-1 8.283 2.471........ .. .. .f"
of the School Fund............ ;
large part of the product SOME experiments in London recently and mean load draught of nineteenfeet .ulmes.. ... 2.170 3,2:3, 1,053........ .. 6.SS5 b7:

New Brunswick lobster canneries. showed that the native Eng with a speed of eighteen knots !:Jacksm.Jefferson....,. 16.065 14.372 16.7281 15.5731....2356......... ......492. Koad Interest.....and.......Sinking.........?.. 1,062 795; (00 74

Tin late Emory Storrs left his lish fishes are unable to survive in per hour. The main battery should Lafayette... 2.441 4,001,589......... .. General School Tax.. 246 65
consist of two eight-inch and eight Leon......... 19.662 17.375............ 2,287Levy. Fines......................? 305 00-$19,28-1! 97

wife absolutely penniless. lIe did water heated much, if any, in excess six-inch breech-loading rifled can- ......... 5.767 6.678 .911 ......... .. Amount to balance............... ,7o45
Lib ..... ...........
not leave enough to his funeral of 800 Fahrenheit yet in the low rtv. 1,362' 1,325 37
pay non,the eight-inch guns to be mounted Madison.... 14,798 14,697 ........... 101 The balance belongs to the following funds

expenses. The recipient of the larg- country of India and Burmah on central pivot carriages amid- )1allatce.... 3,5-14 5,484 1mO)1 \ ........ .. General Fund, cash.................................$ ,55161::

est fees paid to any Chicago lawyer, streams are filled with fish, where ships at the extremities of the central arion...... 13.04G 18,000 4,95.4......... .. General Fund, scrip................... ............ 45
..... ...... ..
Ionroe. 10.mU 15.040 .tlOO General ..............................
he did not leave his wife enough to the water becomes from ten to fifteen superstructure, and the six-inch Ka sau ...... 6.635: 8,619 1,934 ......... .. School 4/nt 81
guns within the superstructure. The 'Orange....... 6,618 1542.3 8.807. ........ .. Interest and Sinking. ............................... 2,333 36Road.
pay for a day's lodging or to buy a. degrees hotter than this every noori-. secondary battery should consist of Polk ......... 3.181 6.G23 3.442 ......... .. 79 21

dav's bread. 1 day. }jPutnan ..... 6.261 9,500, 3,239........ ..
; rWIND ; four 57-mm. rapid-firing Hotchkiss St. John.. 4.53.3 5.714 1,179.\ ........ .. STARi;, 9,709. ( 45
AN experienced gardener says thata nomenclature, says the Boston cannon, four 47-mhi.. revolving Santa Rosa 6,6-15 7,432: 737Sumter. ......... .. .r f :' G.j'County Treasurer.
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4,686 9,427
Hotchkiss 37-mm... low-power 4,741 Femandina,
to find out if plants in is thus given and defined one : Fla., Oct.1,1SS5.
sure sign I Transcript, Suwanee.. 7,1611 8.876 1.71tJ........ .. _
I Hotchkiss, and two 'short Gatlings, ...... ...
Taylor 2182 97
is to the scientific
pots require wetting rap on by a authority. to be mounted on the' lower deck, ,V 01 usia...... 2,279'1 6,667 ........ .. Stricken from the Registration,List.

side of the )pot, near the middle, with Miles per without protection by armor other ""akulla... 2,723 2.800 .373............ .. The following is a list of registered voters

Applications. hour. ........ ..
Walton4,201 4,747, 546 stricken from the Registration Bcok, in
the finger knuckle; if it give forth a Just perceptible.................................. -\ than a light shield on the gun. There 'Va'h'ngt'J 4,098 5,059 ..1000........ .. accordance
hollow the needs water Gentle pleasant wind.......................... 4i should also be a complete outfit for with law, on Wednesday, October7th
ring plant Pleasant, brisk gale.............................. 12} Whitehead for TotaL.... 269,493 m:5: .! 79:011: ==.. .. 1885 :
but if there is a dull sound there is Very brisk gale................................... 221 the torpedo, suitable Adkinson, Amos Jones, Hunter':
High wind......................................... 32i six above-water launching tubes. Anderson Robert Judson, Mack p
still moisture enough to sustain the Very high wind.................................. 42i The second vessel of this size THE Middletown Y.) Press, of Averitt, W D Koerner, P W 0

plant. Storm, or tempest............................... 50 should be similar to the the llth ultimo mentions the town Adams, J R King Samuel
Great storm........................................ CO precisely Barker Henry Knight, W X
THE German steamer IFerra, from Hurricane........................................... 80 preceding, except that the main bat- of Sayre, Pa., as an instance of remarkable Bellows Thomas B Knight, S W
Tornado, moving buildings, etc..........100 tery should consist of twelve six-inch and doubts if it has Bowls, Joseph Kirkland Reuben W
arrived in New York with growth,
Bremen '
mounted on the deck on Bras well, A J Lunge, C L
one of the largest cargoes of gold THE famous Victoria bridge at guns central pivot carriages, so open disposed in been equalled by any town east of Blue, Win LigeouiJusehhBurnside "
:Montreal is to be George Logan, Ben
coin on board that have come to supplemented by sponsons and recessed ports that four the :Mississippi. The population of Baer, Geo K Lyde Chas 0 '.

that ,port for a long time. She.had another bridge crossing the St. Law-, guns may.fire in a.line*,with the keel Sayre.in 1880 was 712. By the;late Braddock, Hamilton Lee J W s"-;
Boothe, G R Lawson. James
$!) r QQ99... Jhejpoin! wis.aO injdgijorea *rence from Lachine to Caughnawauga at the bow and stern.:; census'' it is 2,158,. showing an in- Boothe, Jeremiah F Large, D W ,

\ ; ltB, and"vas shipped through'; ,-f ur.nlil.cs' \.e'tlie. city.' Jt will; ,' ..l1'or-_ the heayl y:: lr4e.t.gunloa.t,of. crease,-"ill-.fiv(} ;.yeill's--of ,something Bradley, John" Lyons' J B ..'. ',''$ .
John' ,
: Lang Moe9
about Bryant
be of iron trusses the 1,600 tons displacement to cost, : .
English bankers from Southampton, eight spans exclusive of armament not more more than 200 per cent. Orlando, Barnhill, Richard Mitchell, C J 0
Barfield, T F Mundee, E A O
feet and will cost
measuring 3,000 ,
where the Wcrra touched. : than $520,000, they recommend a Fla., can make a better showing. Brown Carter McBean, R A

THE mineralogists of Washingtonare with its approaches, a million and a. steel twin screw vessel ; length, 230 When the census of 1880 was taken Brej-t, William McDonald. Obid
]Bennett Pan I Merrow, J H P
quarter of dollars. The owners are feet breadth of beam thirty-six feet
; ; the of the town
keeping a. careful watch population was so Braddock, F P Monroe, David
I I upon the Canadian Pacific Railway, who mean load draught of water, fourteen Buford, C R :Mitchum. JohnMcKay.
that it deemed
the progress of the great water works feet ; load displacement, 2,700 tons. insignificant was not Brown, John Donald -
expect to have it finished by Novem- to be the Bradley, W F Multier. W L
tunnel which traverses the rocky The speed over the measured mile worthy kept separate by
Blaisdell W II Meeks, L D
ber of 1886. No such bridge as the 4
highlands in the northwestern partof should be sixteen knots per hour. enumerators. Probably there were Blue. Archibald McCall. J T
Victoria (a tubular one) will ever be The main should consist of Brown,
the city, and a. series of specimensis six six-inch battery rifled not 200 people at that time residing Cox. Geo Henry T Hugh Murphey.'Edwanl May Riley ,

to be gathered, at intervals of fifty I built again. breach-loading within the corporate limits of the Or- I Chatman, Moses Martin Perry
I guns, mounted on central pivet car- Ema'nuelXoble
SIR HENRY THOMPSON and English Crews Graham Xattiel.
feet, throughout its entire length of riages, with segmental steel shields lando of to-day. A year ago the cen- Cole, Cornelius James

21,400 feet, for preservation in the physicians who understand the thing, two inches thick. The secondary sus of the town was taken by C. C. Cay, Jr. Raymon Norton L
Cox LenConner O'Boyle, J T
National Museum Already many say that all interic fevers, such as ty- battery should consist of two 57-n1111. Davis, who found 1,636 to be the ,J F Pendarvis, George A ICowenOlh'er

minerals hitherto unknown in the phus, cholera, and the Oriental and two 47-mm. high-power, single number then here. The census of Philip McCann :'
Cross, J I Powell, A M
plague itself, arc due to positive pol- shot, rapid-firing Hotchkiss cannon ; June 1st 1885 shows the number to Lewis
District of Columbia have been 37-mm. Cooper, Pringle, Jr W II
two Hotchkiss
lution in the air and water. Histo- revolving ; Dewson, Geo D Robinson, Amos :
brought to light. one Hotchkiss boat. gun, and one be 2,106, or about 1,000 per cent. in Dougherty, James W Reed, S 1

riographers of diseases tell us that short Gatling gun. There should bea five years time. This increase, con- Davis, Archibald RawM, ,,' S
THE Cincinnati Price Current
a Dasher Noble Rich John
the cholera from south of the
comes outfit of Whitehead tor- '
complete the fact that have I
reckons the sidering we no Darden Charles Russell James
very good authority, Ganges, the yellow fever from the pedoes suitable for 'six above-water mines, railroad shops, or extensive Davis, J E Relze, Jim
corn crop at 1,990 million bushels, launching tubes. Drury, D S Royal], J J
mouth of the : and the
Mississippi, interests is
manufacturing as re- Durham Willis Sheffield.John W
being odds the The hulls of these three vessels
by large
largest ever Stewart '
plague from the mouth of the Nile. Dixon J Randall
should be unsheathed and built of markable as it is satisfactory. And
raised. This is, in some respects, a Edwards, Samuel Syfen, II P
Now the Mediterranean is an obvious mild steel of the quality required by not the least gratifying feature of Floyd Henry Swearingen. William
more important crop than wheat, for Freeman, Charley Spann, R W .. ;
focus and hotbed of interic f
poi- with steel decks the
this growth is the fact that it is not Fleming, II S Smith, B B
the rests the food
corn crop sup- son, and has been so ever since the length of the vessels. local but extends all over and embraces Floyd, Charles Shepard Crome
ply of all the meat-producing and For the light gunboat of about 100 Floyd; Prince Sparkman. D X
of the Athenian which
days plague, all of South Florida. Orlandois Foreaker, Sr, Xathan Smith, W R
cattle of the The tons displacement costing exclusiveof
working country. Thucydides chronicled. Its tideless Gage, Henry Swails, Gus
country exports a greater value of armament, not more than $275- not isolated in her prosperity.- Gray, WE; Stokes. Pompv

waters accumulate Unspeakable filth 000, they recommend the construc- Orange County Reporter.List Gambrill, M A Toole, Walter'jTomlinson
meat than of wheat and
provisions Gremlev.Jiieob II Harris
and garbage. The present cholera tion of a single screw composite gun
Griffin, Arch Thomas, Xoel
pays out for meat vastly more thanit commenced and found its chief seat vessel 165 feet long and thirtyonefeet of Letters Gooden, Oliver Thomas, Pre s Lee .-

does for bread. So this good corn breadth of beam, with a mean Remaining in .the Post-Office at Fernan- Govenor, J J Thomas Harvey ,
in :Marseilles, which is, perhaps, the Green. J E Tillman, Britt
is National worth load draught of .fourteen feet nine dina, Nassan county, Florida, October
crop a blessing a
Gill. J T Thomas ThomGrantharn '
most pestilential port in the world. for these lettersmust
1885. Persons calling
inches and a. displacement of 870 10
thousand million dollars, at least. J M Turner, Xedani
CONTINUED experiments are reported tons. The speed over the measured say advertised : Grener, Jessie S Taylor, Henry I

THE following story is told of :Mr. made the French mile should be twelve knots per Alder, John Jordan II J Hawkins, Mathew Thomas, John "
as being by
Albert Ida Johnson, Fannie Hercules'George Thomas. Fred
James R. Randall, editor of the Augusta Government with new and improved hour. The main battery should con- Adams,.Lizzie Johnson. Ellen Higgins, Ryas Wilson Robert H

Chronicle: He attended one sist of four six-inch breach-loading, Baker, Tom ((2)) Jones, D W Husted, Hosea Williams Sandy
siege guns, one of the most recent high-power rifled guns mounted on Burton Jake Jackson, Henry ginbotham, W W[ Wilson, George.
day a colored church in the country, these of Baker, Amie Johnson, P V Holland, John Whilden.JBWilliamson.
being prodigious central in
and among pivot carriages sponsons, Bucker, Alice Johnson, Amos Hilliard, C A J R.
in his silver half-
pocket a power-the most effective, probably, and platforms slightly raised above Butler, Billy King, Celia Hunt, J D Woods, A A
dollar the fare back to ', R M Linand, Gerger Hunt, S J Wilson, L I'Hargrove
just Augusta.At of its class yet constructed. It is de- the main deck, each gun screw to be. Burough
James"ilson WJWhitworth
Possum Xelson, Rebecca ,
the conclusion of his sermon the scribed as made of steel, and nearly protected: by a light shield attachedto Carter. Wm P Kobie: Julia Harris, AlleckHigginbotham II W"

minister ordered a collection for his the carriage. The secondary bat- Daly, Stella Smith, Bettie J D Whitworth, H G
thirty feet in length. The tube is tery should consist of two high-power, Evans, E Taylor Taylor, Anny Hall L T White, James H .
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benefit. Of course, said he, "I strengthened with ten coils of plated single shot 44-mm. Hotchkiss Elbert, Ida Williams, Mollie ((2) Hook JohnVhIttemore, James
rapid- Guest, Seaborn Williams, Edward Higginbotham, T W Webber, Joseph
every pusson to give some- wire one millimetre, or 1.69 of, an firing cannon; two'37-mm. revolving Green, Lucinda Wilson, Surry Hall, C B Williams J II

thin'; but I'se told dat. Mr. Thomas, Hotchkiss cannon one Hotchkiss Higginbotham. Olif Weller, J P Hunt. 'VP'bitfieJd, C V
diameter. The
inch in
composition Hunter, Katey Whitus, Philip Hill, SidneyVhite.. GeorgeWhitneldBenj -
boat and short
up de lane yonder had some turkeys gun, one Gatling gun. Israel Warren
is said to be such that the cannon Harding, Whear, Annie ,
stole Friday night. I don't want The hull should be of composite con- Hunter, Joseph"ashington, LoulineB JonesIackVhittemore. J C e'
any after a few discharges, becomes elon- struction, framed throughout of mild Wheeler Johnson'J Y Watson Stanlev ..

man who had a. han in stealin' demturkeys gated to the degree of three millimetres. steel of the quality required by law, Held for better direction.: F. Albert, Dal- Jones.Jackson;J,A John A Young Yerger,, II W S J

to,.put any money in de The weight of this gun is fifty and planked with thicknesses. of I isville, Fla. S. T. RIDDELL, P. 3I.Sugar By order of the Board of County ComraisJoux -

plate." When the plate reached Mr. tons, and it projects a shell weighing selected yellow pine. A light water- sioners. A. EDWARDS,

Randall not a man had refused to tight steel deck about threeeighthsof Pans and. Mills. County Court Clerk.
nearly 300 pounds, capable of pen- an inch thick should cover the All sizes for sale by

contribute, and the preacher's eyes etrating armor plates nearly six engine and. boiler compartments.The 43 3t 1'REDV.. HOYT & Co. cached Cotton.'

were on h 111. His half-dollar ac- inches thick at a range of seven and vessel should be rigged as a 15 Yards of Lest Prints Thirteen yards of fine, soft. finished
cordingly went into the plate. one-half miles. barkentine, without head booms,pro- For 99, cents. W. J. LOHMAX bleached for$1.00 J.at& T. 'KY DDS.' .

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,_t THE OLD MAN DREAMS. I exemplary 'character.: She nay beladylike said Tom, eagerly. She might have'!I'I I ably, for such a scandal would set all' 1 tion which apparently relieved his-
l and well educated,and all the done,better had she waited a bit, but the papers "gossipping about his'antecedents overwrought feelings. After striding
..r O Give for an back hour my of twentieth youthful joy spring! !: rest of it; but her station is altogether out of deference to your wishes"- while Tom could hardly fail about the room for a few momenta IQ'
, ? Td rather laugh h u bright-haired boy inferior to yours." :My wishes !I" interrupted :Mr.,:Molyneux to cut a ridiculous figure in the wit- great agitation he suddenly halted in
Than reign a gray-beard king. I don't see that," said Tom, stub angrily. I don't care if she ness box. Old Mr.Molyneux soon arrived front of Tom, and cried in a voice of
i bornly. carries on twenty businesses. What I at the conclusion that the action suppressed passion :
Off with the spots' of wrinkled age!
w Away,with l learning,'rr-iwn J "Why, of course; it is ridiculous," say is that you shall never marry her must be compromise at any cost, for You-you impertinent, disrespect
Tear out life's will"III.\'ritte.'ll page. said the old gentleman, swelling with with my consent. That's alL"I the sake of his own dignity, not to disobedient, rascal What did you
14' And dash its trophies down. self-importance. father, you say, u I,should,be very sorry to disobeyyou mention the projected alliance with the 'say about''the money?" '
One moment let my life bloom stream is a poor out-at-elbows devil of a clerkin father," began Tom gravely, Laburnums. He rushed up to 'town I said every, farthing would be returned -
From boyhood's fount of flame; the city." but "- in ,quite a frantic, state, and, discard- to you, replied Tom, stare
i' Give Of life me,one all love giddy and, reeling fume.dream I've never noticed his coat has "Look here, my boy," interruptedthe ing the advice and protestations of his at his father. nb
*fry{JJ holes in it," retorted Tom. As for old_ gentleman quickly, speakingwith solicitor, insisted that Miss Fabian's Very well," said the old man abruptly
* :My listening angel heard the prayer, his being a clerk in the city, so were unnatural calmness, let us understand claim should be settled forthwith at ; and! he immediately sat downat
r "If And I but calmly touch smiling thy silvered said, hair you-once. The only difference is each other. I forbid this any sacrifice, in order to avert the dan- the writing-table and wrote a note
;r Thy hasty wish has sped. that you have been more fortunate foolish engagement, and order you to ger of the affair finding its way into with a tremulous hand. "Read that,"
than he, and have money enough toretire break it off instantly. That is my i the papers. he said to his son when he had finished.
*'But To bid!is there thee fondly nothing in your track upon." bark. Now.for my bite. You leave He was successful in his main ob- Tom, in his turn amazed and bewil 1
'": While the swift seasons stay hurry back None of your infernal radical non- my house within an hour, and unless ject, but ,rich man as he was,he almost dered, read as follows :
To find the wished-for day?" sense here, sir !I" cried old :Mr. :Moly you inform me in the course of a week groaned when he sat down to write DEAR LORD LABURNUM,-It is
"Ah. truest soul of woman kind! neux, infuriated at. this reference to that the affair is at an end, I stop sup- the check that :Miss Fabian's advisers very kind of you to hasten to informme
Ij Without thee what were life? his own origin. It would be just as plies. If you persist in marrying the demanded. The amount was represented on hearing of my son's return,that
4 One bliss I cannot leave behind; sensible to say that you and I are the girl, then, by'heaven! I will alter my by no lessthan: five figures,and you l leave other views with regard to
I'll take-my-precious:-wife!I" equals of Lord Laburnum because will and leave every farthing I possessto the worst of it was that he got no sym- your daughter Florence. I ought,
The angel took a sapphire pen Adam was our common ancestor. your cousin Ted; in fact, I will pathy whatever from his solicitor, who perhaps, to have mentioned that my
> *; And wrote in rainbow dew; What does it matter if I was once a make him my heir and discard you ,al- declared that by going to trial, or even son has been engaged to a Miss Fabian -
I The man would husband be a boy again, clerk in the city? .I. have since at- together." by holding out, he might have saved for some months, and that his
And be a too. tained a superior grade in the social It: is doubtful whether the old man i the greater part of the money.In marriage will take place immediately.C' .
And is there nothing yet unsaid scale, and that is the fact that must be would have really carried out this! serious -I spite of his great relief that the faithfully, -
y Before the change appears? faced. By marrying the daughter ofa threat,for he was fond of his son, I threatened scandal had been averted, "J: w. IoLY Eux." ,
their fled
r, Remember With those all dissolving gifts::3-ears.have city clerk, who earns her living by and proud of him in a way, but he old :Mr. :Molyneux soon began to regret Oh father; it is awfully good of I
dressmaking, you would be making a looked very determined when he uttered the sacrifice he had made, and to you," cried Tom;with tears in his eyes.
,, ** Why yes:' for memory would recall mis-alliance. it, and Tom was evidently im fret about his enormous loss. He, was I expect Lord Laburnum will be
{ "' "I My could fond not parental bear to joys leave; them all- Just as Lady Florence would by pressed. The lad dropped his eyes not by any means a penurious man, riled," said old Mr. Molyneux, sulkily,
I'd take my girls and boys." marrying me," said Tom, looking won- before his father's irate glance, and but, like all parvenus, he keenly appreciated as he folded up the note. I doubt if
ft! derfully innocent. the ruddy color left his cheeks for an the value of money. He did I should have made : 10,000 by allowing -
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The" Why smiling, this angel will dropped never do his; pen, Who is talking about Lady Flor- instant. not mind what he spent so long as he you to marry his daughter.
1 The man would be a boy again ence?" said old :Mr. Molyneux] taken "You know, Tom," he added, no- had something to show for his outlay; London Truth.
jic And be a father, too.:' aback by this unexpected thrust. ticing the wholesome effect of his but in this instance the result attainedwas -------- --

Awl so I laughed/ ; my laughter woke "Nobody-only I have an idea you words, "you are entirely dependentupon entirely negative. Every one is AD VICE NEWSPAPER READERS
'The household with a noise, :wish, me to marry out of my station," me,and unless you took to poach inclined to underrate 'a' danger whenit ,Never borrow paper. This is im-
+' r And wrote my dream when morning broke retorted Tom. ing, don't. see how you could possiblyearn has passed, and Mr. Molyneux could portant.
wt' To please the gray-haired Oliver Wendell boys. Holmes. "I don't wish you to marry at all, a crust. Besides, you are up to not help suspecting that he had been Never believe anything you read
--- -- sir, not for many a long year !I" cried your ears in debt." too easily frightened. This uncomfortable in a newspaper that doesn't agree
t TOM'S ENGAGEMENT. the old man, fairly non-plussed. "I don't owe much," said Tom quickly reflection worried him a good deal, with what you think. This saves
"What I mean is, father," said Tom, with a tell-tale blush. particularly when he learnt that Lord wear and tear on your convictions.
'' Old Mr. Molyneux: was immensely doggedly, that I see no more harm in You will find out that you owe a Laburnum had made arrangements to Always speak slightingly of the
proud of his position as the county mag marrying below one's st.ation-to use good deal when your creditors learn take his family to the South of Francefor newspaper you happen to read. This
nate. He lived in a feudal castle which your own term-than in marrying that I have made your cousin Ted my the winter. This did not look as if impresses people who don't know
he had bought cheaply, having taken above it. If one is wrong, the other heir," said the old man enigmatically. his lordship was very anxious about you with an idea that you are avery
over at the same time the good will, so must be." Tom was evidently seriously discon- his daughter's marriage with Tom, and I superior sort of a person.
: to speak, of its former owner's social Stuff and nonsense, sir! You don't certed by this remark. He turned on old :Mr. Molyneux was seized with an When a newspaper opposes your
..,., influence and dignity., In consideration know what you are talking about," his heel, muttered something about ominous,foreboding when he heard the candidate always accuse the editor
Pir. I of his great wealth his neighbors exclaimed :Mr. :Molyneux. "I don't catching the next train to town, leav- news. with having a personal spite against
:\1 charitably ignored the fact that his want to have an argument with you. ing his father master of the situation.The Tom returned after an absence of him. This is the way you would
r : father had been a small tradesman, The long and short of the matter is, old man considered he had gaineda three or four months, and was evidently act if you were the editor,you know.
j ':tl and that he himself had carried on a that I won't hear of this foolish en- victory, and was, therefore, not the not a little apprehensive of the When you finish reading the pa-
: %'i< lucrative business in the hardware gagement. There! It is no use talk- least disturbed when his son startedoff reception he would meet with. He per throw it down contemptuously
:i line for many years. He was not a ing. Let there be an end of it, or I to the station with his luggage, in had received some angry letters from and remark, loudly and impressively
,f-' bad old fellow, his vulgarity being of i shall have something very unpleasantto literal accordance with his injunction. his father, referring to the damages he that "there's nothing in the papers
j \1 a subdued and inoffensive kind, and say." He did not donbt that Master Tom had had to pay; and he, therefore, appeared nowadays." This carries weight
it' consequently he was received in the The old man bounced out of the would see the folly of his ways; and, nervous and embarrassed at with those people who overhear you
?'f;; ;> best county society. But he aspired ,room as he spoke, not a little startled sure enough, two days afterward the their first meeting ; but the old man, and are unable to read themselves.
3 to even greater distinction, for his pet and amazed by his son's tone and atti- young man reappeared, looking decidedly delighted at seeing him again, soughtto Tell every one that newspapers
),:.<1 :: project was to marry his only son, tude. Hitherto Tom had never ven- sheepish, and tendered his sub put him at his ease by saying : ought to be cheaper. The; cheaperyou
'?Vi Tom, to one of the Earl of Laburnum's tured to argue with him, partly from mission. He even brought a copy of '' I'm not going to allude to what get them the better they will be.
BS*, daughters. There seemed no reason filial duty and partly from inherent the letter he had written to the young has happened, my boy. I'm willingto You know how that works on other
': why this auspicious event should not weakness of character. He began to lady, which Mr. Molyneux thought a let bygones be bygones." lines of business.
f '. come about, for the Lady Florence fear that the lad possessed unexpected little too curt and matter of fact, if any "You are very good, father, but- When anything happens which
,,, ,t looked kindly upon :Master Tom, and firmness, until he soothed his mind by fault was to be found with it. However but"- I renders it necessary for reporters to
: his lordship had more than once hinti the reflection that he had probably he \vas not inclined to be hyper- What is the matter?" inquired old I visit you treat them disrespectfully.They .
i i ed that he would raise no objection been carefully coached for the inter- critical in this respect, and he heartily Mr. :Molyneux, as Tom paused in con- will report this at the office,
1-1 : Lord Laburnum was the Lord-Lieu- view. This suspicion explained :Mas- applauded Tom's action. fusion. and the next time the editor will call
r:1 tenant of the county, and an alliance ter Tom's unaccustomed readiness to "I'm going away for a bit, guv'nor," I still cling to the hope that you on you himself.
tt? with his family meant admission into I repartee, which had made him appeara said the lad, who had winced a littleat will consent to my marriage with :Miss \Vrite frequent letters to the editor
*t'J\ the most aristocratic circles. dangerous adversary. Relieved in his father's boisterous good humor, Fabian," said Tom desperately. telling him how to conduct his busi
lN Unfortunately: Tom was rath- his mind by the discovery, old :Mr. and seemed half ashamed of his ,con- What !" roared his father, with a I ness. This is one of the things he
1>i ,1 er a scapegrace, and his father preferred :Molyneux gradually cooled down, and duct. Webster and some other fellows great start. enjoys most of anything. It shows
f. to let him see a little of the completely recovered his self-confi- have hired a yacht, and sail for You see, guv'nor," proceeded Tom, him that, whatever disadvantageshis
!f,; world before revealing the high honors dence. He easily convinced himself Madeira to-morrow." "I'm in a much better position than I work may have,he is much more
t: that were in store for him. The that Tom would never dare to disobey By all means, my boy," cried Mr. was before I went away. Then, as to be envied than a bilious, dyspeptic :
;. ....; fact was that Tom showed no predilection him, and, instead of feeling the Molyneux, secretly delighted that his you justly pointed out, I was in debt ; conceited, asinine, ignorant, ;
*'.: whatever for the Lady Florence least apprehensive of the marriage tak- son should leave England for awhileat I had no capital, and I was altogether bumptious, boresome crank. It -
')? and he was j just at that democratic ing place, he was only uneasy lest rumors this juncture ; and look here, Tom, dependent upon you. But my debtsare makes him satisfied with his lot.
l&: age when a youth is apt to underrate of the engagement should reach while you are away I will settle matters now'paid, and as for capital !"- But send your letter by mail. Why?
y Jt I social advantages. The old the Laburnums.He with these friends of yours.5' Well, sir, what about capital?" interrupted The editor may be a larger man than
';;;-1 i man hoped that when Tom had had prudently resolved to treat the He produced rather a formidablelist the old man, too much you are.
fr: his fling he would begin to awake to matter as definitely disposed of, and to of names and figures as he spoke, amazed to be angry.
;,;I the responsibilities of his position, and make no further allusion to it-at all and Tom started with surprise, as well There is the money you paid to DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC
: ,.. be amenable to reason. He knew that events until Tom had had time for re he might, at perceiving how full and' :Miss Fabain," said Tom, with a fleet-
.l4 I Tom was raising very respectable flection. Judging from appearances, accurate was his father's knowledge of ing smile. The interest on it would JESTAJBiLISIlIElD 1S7.
k ,""tJ. croP of debts, and that before long his the lad seemed completely subdued.He his pecuniary embarrassments. The keep us from starving, and, at least, it
paternal assistance would be sought. spent the next few days slaughtering old man cut"short his son's confused is enough to buy and stock a farm
: When the crisis arrived, he intended pheasants ,in a dejected and sulky protestation of gratitude and apology with." DRUGS and MEDICINES
f to make known his wishes, and to take frame of mind. His father smiled by saying g9od- umoredly : But-but I paid the money because
%rr 'I advantage of the lad's embarrassments within himself and held his tongue, "Well, well, you must turn over a you broke your promise to marry her,"
AL "i to impose conditions. :Meanwhile, as though; he showed by his manner that new leaf, my boy. Reasonable economy urged his father,,incredulously. "She HORSEY & CO.,
r; ,:"y I Tom seemed to have given his heart a he did not intend to be trifled with. must henceforth be the order of would never marry you now., -
t,': roving commission, there was no apparent When he considered that he might the day, and I hope, on your return, '* I think she would," replied Tom,
l1hi t danger of his seriously compromising safely speak, he said one morning, that you will settle down and reside in a confident tone. =1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1=
t ( his affections. with assumed carelessness: permanently in the country." "The fact is, sir, that I have been
;$.1 l':, One day, however, the young man Well, my boy, what are you going He had it on the tip of his tongueto victimized," exclaimed old Mr. Moly
:I ,came down from town, where he was to do?" hint that ,he must be prepared to neux, suddenly as the truth flashed Street,
.I: :: .ostensibly studying for the bar, and I'm going to shoot over Bailey'sfarm marry Lady Florence, but he wisely across his mind.
} with a very grave and determined air ," replied Tom. refrained. Nevertheless, he was as '" Not exactly father-at least, not FERNANDINA: FLORIDA,
iti announced that he was engaged to bed Nonsense. You know what I am full of the project as ever, and after yet," returned Tom, with great earn-
: married. Old :Mr. Molyaeux nearly referring to," said the old man, turning Tom's departure he spoke to:, Lord La- estness. "I hope you will not with KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-FOREIGN
},w* had a fit of apoplexy on the spot, and red. "I am speaking of this idiotic burnum more plainly than he had hold your consent to our marriage. If and DOMESTIC of FRESH and PURE
c 1i...r-,;". when Tom proceeded to state that the love'affair." hitherto don His lordship, without you will consent, the money shall be
i j young lady earned her own living by Oh Well, of course, I must keep pledging himself, gave him an encour- paid back to you-every farthing. I Drugs and Chemicals,
:!(;,'. ,carrying on the business of a dressmaker my word," said Tom, with flush cheek. aging'reply, and he resolved to bring don't wish to defy you, as it were, and
: y'' at the West End, his horror "What! you haven't written to matters, to a crisis immediately upon both of us are willing to rely entirely, Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
r j j t; .and indignation knew no bounds. In break it off?" said Mr. :Molyneux, his son's return. The consequencewas with regard to the future, upon'yourgenerosity.
i 1 ; vain Tom pleaded that :Miss Fabianwas feigning surprise. that the task of settling with Tom's ." Proprietary antI Fancy Goods,
t=I a lady by birth; and education, No, guv'nor, I haven't," saidTom.: creditors proved quite an agreeable relaxation Old Mr. Molyneux had turned'purple -
> and that the poverty of her family was I hoped you would have softened by and did not cause him a mo in the face, and Tom; was justly FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
'Ir';,; her only crime. His father became this time." ment's ill humor. alarmed at 'his aspect. But before he
'\ ,showed symptoms of flat rebellion. remembered that your first duty was disgusted on hearing that his solicitor brought in a note, remarking that
&' :\11 i Think of your position in the countY to obey your father," cried the old had been asked to accept service.of a a messenger was waiting to know if IN GREAT VARIETY.
: ," cried old Mr. Molyneux, perceiving man, beginning to boil. "Do you writ on Tom's behalf in an action for there was any reply. Mr. :Molyneux
I! this, and wisely making an effort mean to tell me that you still contemplate breach of promise of marriage broughtby opened the envelope half absently, ,$& Physicians' Prescriptions
x. to control himself; "I will take it fort marrying a-a dressmaker?" Miss Fabian against! her faithless glanced hurriedly at the contents, and carefully compounded with pure. Drugs,at
,t "granted, if you like, that, the girl is ant I She,has sold, her business, father," lover.. The news upset him consider- then gave vent to a muttered execra reasonable prices. -
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JIOW TORNADOES FOKJf.: to determine with reasonable prob- 25lh Subscribed day of September.and sworn 1885.to before me this I SEWING MACHINES, IT.STANDS A'I THE r HEAD I !,'
from the wind velocities
ability C1IAS. II. BERG.. '
TIlE MYSTERIES OF THE DREAD CLOUD. whether the threatening line of con- Notary Public. ALL'LATE IMPROVED MAKES, ." "" :

WASHINGTON,October 4.-Lieutenant tact will have advanced,to or beyondthe Extract From a Private Letter. For Sale at Manufacturers"Prices The I Light-Running .T-: \ ,

John P. Finley,one of the Signal tornado's accustomed haunts by Dr.DavidKemledy's' Favorite .'.,.'
Corps, has been studying, the phenomena the time of day when the powers of Remedy.Regarding' the writer, Prof. A. B. Chandler, -ALSOATTACHu'NTS' <

of tornadoes for the past mischief shall be loosed.THE Principal of the AcademyBrookhaven, of every and
Tornadoes are now so Miss., says: "I suffered from torpidity of for any ngiMach ne, F D MESTl

eight well understood years. that it is believed The chief UNKNOWN remaining QUANTITIES.unknown the liver and bowels Remedy'and for paralysis.two months I,'usedthe'Favorite and for sale. ..-...........-....-...-..-......-..... -...--.........,....-..

that trustworthy warning can soon quantities in the problem consist of am now able to use airy side, which for two Old Machines' repaired at moderate
threat- months and am now able to .use my side, prices.
out to the This cut shows the ''
sent new of
be style wood
data of time and store
place a great
which for a lonj time had been like a pieceof HENRY HOBEIN,
ened. In fact, experimental predic- of which is already in hand and only dead flesh. My general health was never Corner Third and Ash Streets, that the company is now introdm-in".
tions have been made for a year, awaits digestion and tabulation,while letter than at present. 8 Fernandina, Fla.

with good result. According to Lieu- 1,500 special tornado observers are =

tenant Finley, tornadoes have distinctly gathering additional facts respecting R. -US-rZr-w, r:=
A YEAR. k1
marked characteristics and $500,000
current' storms and from all available MANUFACTURER OF

are by no means to be confoundedwith sources the' stories of long-past Tiiijl Sheet-Iron WareAND

hurricanes, "blizzards, cyclones earlier ,
tornadoes known to the set THE
or northeasters. Their tracks while : DEALER .IX
tlers as windfalls. Thus a NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES

yards are never wide more Their than rotary a few hundred motion, tions host respecting of interesting the origin scientific of torna-ques- AND CANADA. TROY EXPRESS, N. Y.COMPANIES PALLOR R, OrriC E In dC00S K T 0 0i VE '-

,which} is towards the centre, RJk
greatest does, the laws which govern them The strength of Rome lay not in her multitude -
sometimes reaches the enormous rate and their relationship to other meteorological nor in her grain-laden fleets. These I

of 2,000 miles an hour, while their phenomena: remain to be were elements of strength, but her ne\' r- liLRArtistically
from failing resource lay in the self-control and b
forward movement always
answered, the more practical ques- discipline: : of Roman soldiers.: Discipline-
southwest to northwest, ordinarilydoes tions as to when and where they are it is the very soul I to all the wonderful mean
not exceed forty or fifty miles. likely to seem to be advanc- ing possessed by the word veteran." Mr.
appear Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in the ex- i '
accompanied by
They are
ing rapidly toward solution. press business. "Thirty-three years," he
electrical disturbances, and are believed The interests which are subject to said to your reporter, I've stood at this
to be uninfluenced by electrical disaster from tornadoes are alive to desk." It is the discipline of years of expe- ,
rience which gives him the position he holdsin
conditions though violent thun- l'
: of the work in
the importance pro- the trust and esteem of these three great
der-storms sometimes follow them a gress. Intending purchasers of farms corporations. "We have a business of I

few miles away. apply to the Signal Office for information $500,000 a year, and I've been absent from Beautiful.
this office hardly a month in all that time, Without a Peer
THE HOME OF THE TORNADO. respecting the liability of although I must confess that many times S

There is a distinct and curious re- their selected locality to disaster. To I've worked here when suffering great pain, IN: ITS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION:
such sent the records of the for I've been troubled all my life with bili- I
lationship between the tornado and are pastas Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
and had be-
ousness dyspepsia. My system IT HAS NO RIVAL !
which is al- far as they are known. Whenever
the general storm centre, come so reduced and weak that I had no
ways apparent in their uniform relative Lieutenant Finley travels in pursuitof appetite, and my digestion wholly disorder COOKIXG UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, The new lines) of attachment that are "I
the tornado always occurring his studies farmers and villagers ed. I've tried various remedies, but almost now being placed with each "Domestic"are
positions, for information. To these he two years ago I happened to hit upon Dr. LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS specialties. No other machine has them
southeastwardly from the press Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. After These attachments and the new wood-work: !
centre of the low barometric pressureand says that nothing raised by the handof using only one bottle or so I began to feel WROTJGHT-IRON PIPES. make the "Domestic"<< noire than everwithout -
at a distance of from one to six man' above the surface of the earth stronger in every way. The great difficulty question, t

hundred miles. The shape of the can withstand the shock of the tor has regulate been with it my perfectly.digestion I, but have this sir.seemsto great DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY The' Acknowledged Standard of j f

general storm centre, the direction in nado. He advises them to seek their Dr. Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. I -
which its lowest barometer lies, and dug-outs on the appearance of the have bought and given a great deal of ;It to TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Excellence. j j
around here those, know
the ,
signs of disaster and poor ; you Wind Mills for pumping water or running
the of the and lower portentous ,
appearance upper who have no money to buy medicine of any ,.
minor elements i there await the of the storm, kind, for there troubled light machinery promptly erected on order.
clouds enter as passage are a great many Church, Factory and School Bells for sale -FOR SALEBY f
into the problem out of which the For their property he advises insur- with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid. at a bargain.
that the losses of the indi- I always keep FAVORITE REMEDYin JE3'Stoves at Wholesale Prices. HENRY HOBEIN 1
weather experts hope to work a com ance, so the house. I consider it the best medi- ,
plete system of tornado warnings.The vidual may be shared by his fortu- cine for the blood in the market. Well, I All goods delivered at the various trans- t
portation stations within the city free of FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
attend the matter for the western f
visits of the tornado are com- nate neighbors. to charge. All sales for cash.
of the city. Say, tell the Doctor I
part you
monly between the hours of two and am coining down to Rondout to see him in CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. r

six in the afternoon. Its home is an WHAT A BABY CAN DO. August. I want to know him." I left the Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.. i
area which includes the whole of It can wear out a $1 pair of kid veteran, still at his post, rejoicing in health Address, .

Iowa, all of :Missouri except the shoes in twenty-four hours.It nd grateful to Dr. Kennedy.New Warranty and Mortgage Deeds.LINEN DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., 1
the northwestern its father adver- RICHMOND, VA. i!
corner, can keep busy sent upon receipt of 2-cen ,.
corner of Arkansas, the north- tising in the newspapers for a nurse. Advertisements stamp. AddressFLORIDA t tI

eastern part of the Indian Territory, It can occupy both sides of the :MIRROR, FOR FINE JOB PRINTING, SEND S
26 Fernandina Fla. orders to the MIRROR office.
Eastern Kansas, Eastern Nebraska, largest size bed manufactured simul- I;.

Southern Minnesota, Southern Wisconsin taneously.It 1
and Western Illinois. Here can cause its father to be insulted CL/MAX- I

its season extends from April to Au- by every second-class boarding- PLUGTOBACCO: ,rR .' ii i

gust, inclusive. It is also a frequent house keeper in the city who never TNTAC.(01TArONS .. ;' I I'I
visitor to two other regions. These take children," which, in nine cases ,-' ;

are, first, a. strip along the Gulf and out of ten, is very fortunate for the ( ( FAMILY GROCERIES !

South Atlantic coasts, which takes in children.It ,

the central portions of Alabama, can make itself look like a fiend a

Georgia and South Carolina, with just when mamma wants to show

termini in :Mississippi and North "what a pretty baby she has." ; I It .1 1

Carolina, over which its devastationsare It can make an old bachelor in ? $IWHITNE8 SCHUYLER

confined to the months of Jan- the room adjoining use languagethat 79'

uary, February and March. The if uttered on the street, would __ ;

second includes a portion of Southern get him in the penitentiary for two f
--- --
and Central Ohio, a large portionof years. .

Pennsylvania, a. small area of I It can go from the furthercst end e Have opened at the new and elegantly. fitted Store, t
Maryland, a strip across New York, of the room to the foot of the stairsin I

and a corner each of Massachusetts the hall adjoining quicker than t alA

and Connecticut, where it is in sea- its mother can just step into the TO travel and sell the trade: the staple and cele

son: only during August and Septem closet and out again.It NEW YORK&Cigars HAVANA Tobaccos CIGAR and COMPANY.Cigarettes Liberal of tho o. 47 Cm: T :E ST EJET: !
arrangements. SALARY or COMMISSION paid to the
can go to sleep a little an- right man. For terms address at once. Mention this t
JImTIlE TORNADO FORMS. gel, and just as mamma and papa 57 Broadway,New York.

are starting for the theatre it can _.
The conditions which favorable --- -- -- --- t
are full line of floods, carefully selected for family use:
to the creation of tornadoes wake up and stay awake until the :"" iron
are ENG IT E S I
last act. GIHEHNG.
when cool current of
present a dry
air meets moist current These: arc some of the things thata Most economical and durable. Cheapest in the
a warm, ,
market. .,u.ility ronsidered. SAW MILLS, CORN If
bringing wide extremes both of temperature baby can do. But there arc other SHELLEltS, CIDER 1'.llLLS.20TTOU PLANT-

and humidity into close things as well. A baby can make ERS ERALLY., AND Send STANDARD lor catalogue.IMPLEMENTS. GEN- FINE H ERIE TEA AND COFFEE V I f

proximity. The cool, &. A. F&RQUHAE3 ,
come from the north, but such as spot on earth. It can lighten the ,
How over the great lakes pick up burdens of a loving mother's life by Pennsylvania: Agricultural Works, York, Pa. .'

in their course both moisture and adding to them. It can flatten its l'r

heat, and their destructive forces are dirty little face against the window College of Physicians l Surgeons, .

thus neutralized. Those blowing pane in such a way that the tired BALTIMORE, c!D. Pure Spices, Canned Goods, .. VV .
'" "
from the far northwest, down over father can see it as a picture before This School oficrs to Medical Students unsur- 1' ;
he rounds the Yes babiesare passed Clinical and other advantages. Send for
the of :Manitoba and Da- corner. ,
dry plains a Catalogue to Dr. THOMAS OPIE, Dean,
kota, carry something of their Arctic great institutions, particularlyone's 179 N. Howard.. Street.,
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Characteristics far south, and if in own baby.-Newman Independent. Pickles und Dried Fruits }{ '

their course they meet one of the .. UNIVERSITY_ VIRGINIA. Imported t Jims[ Huts'.
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heat and vapor-laden breezes coming
up from the Gulf the war of the clements CURTIS CO. DEPARir.'El OF GiNEERi6W.

begins at the point of contact. EAL ESTATE AGENTS, Complete courses in Analytical Chemistry, Geo- I
n logy, and Civil and Mining Engineering. For
The storm lias its birth in ,L,
always ST.; MARY'S. GEORGIA Catalogue, apply (P.O. University of Virginia) to CANDIES
the air its first visible! manifestation CRACKERS AND "
upper DR. JAMES F. HARRISON, Chairman. ,,:t"
being the ominous funncl- Loans. procured,Mortgages ne otiatedcx- ', ; ,. .F'.
changes effected ; UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH: A
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in form not unlike that of ele Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet above the sea .' I :
an acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 f
level. This school,under the special patronageof
phant. Within it the furies are con- acres, for sale. the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church, and
lined and where its touchesthe N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas in the South and Southwest,offers the healthiest Toilet Soap Perfumery, :J ,
point the terminus of the Atlantic&MississippiCanal residence and the best advantages, Iwth moral ; ': .'
earth the path of destruction be (under the survey made for Govern- its and Collegiate educational and in Throo its Grammar rical Departments.School and For in Best Brands Family Flour, :. ::';'? ,:
gins. ment General Gillmore charters for
When the isotherm of the by ) the the special claims of thIs University for patronage -
morning signal shows the advancing construction of which haYing been grantedby apply for document to the Rev. TELFAIR I
map} the United States Government and the II01)GSON. Yice-ChanceIlor; Sewance, Tt.'nn. Choice Butter and Cheese
columns of air, with their Legislatures. of Georgia and Florida, a large .'.'
wide contrasts of temperature, inproximity increase in the value of adjacent lands may "

;' when the general storm S be un1 confidently' --3-& .)looked; for." (See New. York Kpersltij] of GBOIUiu ; ..'. ?: !' /' :":' Hams, Bacon, Lard, etc.

centre is in, that relative position i.f .
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which seems necessary to the exer- GEO. W. SCHUYLER, A THEN'S" GA. '
cise of its mysterious, influence; .'

when the pressure is low toward the ATTOnXE -\TL.w.. P. H. HELL, D.D., LL.D., diascellcr. ,' : .:". -

east, disclosing a vacuum into which Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's office, The 8th Session opens WEDNESDAY Cth CIGARS< AND. TOBACCO .. '1.. ::. '..'-
V- $;
the deflected currents advance October. Full courses of instruction in liettrea i' ,. '
may and Science. Special courses in Engineering, f 'F', ii
without these FEltS AXDIX A ,. FLA. 'k r :': ? ""
obstruction-when all Chemistry, Physics, Agriculture, Law and Medi ",.
conditions combine it should become cine. TUITION FREE in all department .': : .:" : <\
except Law and Medicine.
but a simple problem for the experts. JA"VfO the MIRROR office.. Get the best. MAR COBB, See'y Board of Trustees..', 'i-; Force: 'Delivery.;', ..FJ.: 811. Supplies: "Weekly."' : ;. mafB'Lr ,

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,, THE ,FLOUIIXA MIRBOH rapid increase of the new States of GOVERNOR REED'S. LETTER. of the name. There is no excuse for :SOUTH ATLANTIC, HARUOlls.

T the West is so largely attributable, such a shipment. If the. grower ,
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. an increase of 5 per cent. per annumis needs,money he can obta advanceson FOR
Y .

Subscription, 82 per year; Rix months 81 a very creditable showing indeed.It We are glad to have the excellent his growing crop to better advantage 0n :Monday evening last

is also gratifying to 'obs rve' that than by shipping his green fruit. a number -
ideas of ex-Governor Reed the
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor on of leading citizens of Savannahheld
Volusia has claimed
but three counties show anyappre: county to.pro-
of taxation and should welcome -
subject a meeting to for
ciable decrease of since duce and has arrange a con
BATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten population very superior'fruit, en-
the views of other competentand vention in Savannah of
cents a line for the first, and five cents for 1880-in Leon, Gadsden and Jeffer joyed the benefit of this reputation, delegates
able thinkers this .
r upon from all of the South Atlantic
each subsequent son-while Alachua, which is not having been classed,and sold in mar- sea-
., Special local notices,15 cents a line. comparative statement of taxationin board cities, and also from those
Reading notices,25 cents a:line. considered especially an orange- ket as Indian river fruit. This large
different States Florida :
place cities whose business
Special rate for time advertisements upon appl: growing county, and which has no Volusia county shipment will do interests
cation at the office.Communications. above the average in the rate of tax- are largely identical with the
.. large city within its borders, being much, when it is known where it coast
ation We do not-think this would cities. The object of the
;ii upon all matters of local interest mainly an agricultural population, came from, to injure Vplusia's repu- conventionis
solicited from all parts of the county and from prove to be the case if a more con- to discuss the water fucilitities of
has increased more than 50 per cent. tation.
along the lines of Florida railways. sistent and uniform of
system assess- the coast cities, and to take
', All communications Intended for publication and has not only the largest popula- Public opinion in that county, and steps to
ment No doubt
was adopted. a large secure larger
should be addressed to the Editor: all business tion of any county in the State, but elsewhere, should be freely expressed appropriations from
' -letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. amount of real estate escapes taxa- Congress for the improvement of
a shows the largest increase, even ex- in condemnation of a course which the
I tion, while it is certain that but a Southern rivers and harbors.
SATURDAY OCTOBER lOt 1885. ceeding Orange county in this re- injures the whole orange-growing in-
1 small of
proportion personal property The following resolutions
spect. It is a matter of surprise to terest. As to 'the remedy, besides were
is taxed. Under the
,THE OPENING SEASON. our system adopted:
r note that Duval county, notwith- the condemnation of the public, it
= With the advent of October our Assessor; lists what is easiest'tq come whereas, The work of improving the harbors
standing the rapid growth of Jack- would be well for, the railroad and of the South Atlantic
at and does not trouble himself.as coast is
a the ,
is .
virtually over
summer season sonville, shows an increase of but -' '- tr transportation .companies to refuse ing so slowly that the development of the
indeed he has little inducement to
I absentees are returning; new comers 2,524, while our rural district of Nassau the shipment of fruit unfit for mar- South Atlantic ports is i retarded and,

z are arriving, tradesmen are preparing do, in reference to personal property. Whereas, In order to secure more liberal
any especial cause ket unless the freight is prepaid.
e 3 for the active demands of the A system of enumeration of the appropriations for this work,and greater activity :
development and not generally in-
stock but that is about all. in prosecuting it,there must be united
a winter season-winter, indeed, onlyin prevails, THE REOPENING OF TIlE GREAT i
cluded in the belt so-called
orange and harmonious action on the part of all
Real estate productive or unproductive -
which is in ,
'name, every respect shows an increase of 1,981, being those interested in the improvement of these .1
continuation of the Exposition
bears the burden of taxa- great -
of the winter of great
the opposite harbors; therefore be it t
within about 600 of the increase of
at New Orleans the
the North. There winter means tion. As those engaged in agriculture through Resolved, That a harbor improvement con-

storm and cold sleet and snow ice Duval, and 33 per cent increase or horticulture constitute the coming winter affords another great vention be called to meet in the city of Savannah -
since 1880, while Duval's increase is opportunity for Florida to bring into on the day of November, for
and frozen earth-a season in which majority of the voters and taxpayers -
but about 12 cent. In Nassau the of such action
per area her purpose taking as may
it indicates want of ob- prominence great advantages,
bound and effort is a great
nature is required -
r up, is one of the smallest counties, seem best to push forward the work of improving -
and the inducements her
for sustenance and protectionwhen servation, and an inattention to their strong the harbors of the South Atlantic
but in population it stands four-
mild climate her health her
all nature is at rest. Here winter own interests, in not securing such penin- coast.
teenth. In 1880 it stood :fifteenth. and the of Resolved, That a committee of fifteen,
sular position fertility rep-
means ,work business activities] legislation as would, at least, make ,
r So we' may reasonably anticipatethat resenting the various interests of this city,
'her soil and the value''of her
the burden of taxation pro-
,' life more equal
profitable industry, movement if with all the rivalry and movement be appointed by the chairman of this meet-
the of thousands
and enjoyment. We bask in the sun, upon property, so that real estate ductions give to tens ing, whose businesss it shall be to make all

r we inhale the fresh air, we enjoy the which has been going on to- should not, with the farm stock, con- .of persons living in the North and arrangements for the proposed convention

ward the southern counties, Nassau West. These advantages have been and shall have entire control of all matters
of forests stitute the great bulk of assessed
delights bright ,
evergreen has more than held her own,both in pertaining thereto. This committee shall
with the in-
the According to the valuable made more apparent
of flowers property.
the placid
perfume ,
actual and relative population she have power to appoint committees on
streams, the moving life seen everywhere table recently compiled by the Times- creased population she has: received. finance, entertainment, transportation, invitations -
will continue to in property.As .
t we pluck the ripening golden grow Union real estate and farm stock are The testimony of those who have etc. In fact the committee shall
; it is, Nassau ranks tenth in aggregate here has been have to do whatever it deem
made their homes en- power may
fruit and make plans for our future valued at forty eight millions of dol-
w value of assessed property.The necessary for the success of the convention.It .
work and enjoyment. lars, and all other property at twelve tirely satisfactory, and the sectionsof
valuable table compiled by the shall have power to increase its numbersto
millions so that real estate and farm country from which they came as extent it to be advisable.
So these skies shall ; any may judge
long as bright Times-Unian is incomplete from the
stock four-fifths of the taxes of pioneers will continue to send others Resolved, That it is the sense of this meet-
i' last and the genial gentle, lovely pay
absence of the statistics of the coun-
who profiting by their statements ing that the convention should be composedof
the State-an unjust and unequal ,
climate of Florida remains, it will ties of Marion, Putnam and Brad- representatives from all the South Atlantic -
follow them.
proportion. We hope to see this sub- and experience,
more and more attract thousandsand ford, all of which will show a large increase be these seaports, the important towns and citiesin

tens of thousands to share in in population and wealth.* ject ventilated with a view to 'more However potent may the South Atlantic States, and the Gov-

w its and benefits. In former just and equal taxation. agencies,we must,nevertheless,largely ernor and Senators and Representatives of

blessings The future of Florida is well as- The of taxation supplement them by exhibiting, the same,and from all other towns cities and
subject municipal
times, before the day of steamshipsand States that are directly or indirectly interested
sured. These census tables show have the the
as we opportunity, actualities -
taxation also attention. The
railways the people of the north- requires in the commerce of the South Atlantic
f section of, enduredthe that the growth is not in any partic- owner of real estate in most of our of our State ; we must not ports.
ern our country
of their climate because ular section, or on account of any cities is called upon to pay from only describe what our State has Resolved, That the chairman of this meet-

there rigors seemed from it and particular local advantages, but in three to four per cent. upon the as- done, and can do, what her soils are, ing shall be ex-officio a member of the com
no escape mittee.
k general. Take, for instance, the and what are her productions, but
sessed value of his property for State,
hibernated through the cold and The whole State is deeply interested -
counties of Columbia, Suwanee and and taxation. we must show to the eye, and give
snow of a long winter emerged in county municipal in the deepening of the navigable
.Itk.. Nassau, lying along, or near, the The suggestion made by ex-Gov actual, and visible evidence, which
the spring to renew life again. A streams emptying into the Atlantic
northern boundary of the State. much further than mere description. -
Reed that all laws for the collection goes
ernor ,
South meant but in the
fatigue more especially
journey ocean,
They are all purely vegetable coun- We may describe the beautyof
of debts be is
labor and expense to the rich, and repealed, a very improvement of the only deep sea
ties although they will in time become and dilate its ex-
radical which is an orange, upon
measure, impracticable i
few enjoyments. Now, from any harbor of Florida on this coast, viz :
fruit-growing as well. The and unattainable. Our home- cellence, but a taste of the fruit will
of the : to The
+ point east Mississippi, one CUMBERLAND SOUND. improve-
of Columbia has increased far effect than de
population than have a greater any
three days journey, in well appointed stead law gives more ample ment of the latter by deepening so
from 9,589 to 11,187, being about 17 scription.We .
the The.cost
and protection family. admit the size of
steamers or parlor sleeping as to largest foreign
per cent.; Suwanee from 7,161 to of courts for all know that Florida did not .
the winter visitor into maintaining especially vessels and be accomplished -
cars brings steamships can
t ,
8,870, being 20 per cent., and Nassau the collection of debts should be do anything like justice to herself in
clime to make his moderate
, so- with
our lovely a
from 6,635 to 8,619, being about 35 the New Orleans Exposition last
borne In of the
by litigants.
journ in good hotels to be found diture,compared: with other improve
cent. All of these counties in fact it at
winter near
per are States taxed costs include attorneys'fees. ; came very ,
and surrounded .with ments of similar character now
everywhere a
good pine land counties, well timbered but one time, being a total failure. We
In Florida nothing court
comforts, business and conveniences. fostered by the General Government.The .
with a rich clay sub-soil, well did finally make a very creditable
taxed and the
costs are parties pay
Florida is to become the sanitarium results achieved will benefit no
watered, well drained, and the landsof exhibition of our oranges and other
their It would be but
' of the millions of the North, as wellas own lawyers. particular section but the entire
an enduring and fertile character, to tax with State varieties of our citrus fruits, and
the pleasant winter resort of the just every litigant a State.
not easily worn out, responding to that exhibition did us a world of
writ in
tax on summons, etc.,
well-to-do and the pleasure-seekers. every Let our leading citizens see to it
good cultivation, and producing uniformly order the of main- good.
to help defray cost
Season by season we see a larger influx that Fernandina is properly repre'sented
good crops. For the ordinary courts which in civil There being no means at the disposal -
taining cases
of these classes, the means of f at the Savannah convention.
settler, with forty acres and a mule, are held for the benefit of litigants.The of the State Executive to aid in
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are constantly increasing more
they are more reliable for a living ex-Governor makes the making of an exhibit for Floridaat WHALE fishing in small steamersoff
,and larger hotels are being built and many
the towns and villages are than the orange belt lands as agri- good suggestions upon other points. this coming reopening of the Exposition the coast of New England is getting -

every- cultural lands. The population of the Governor has, very to be a business of some importance -
: jj] where growing and improving
; ; many these counties has increased THE GREEN ORANGE SHIPMENT. the of catch--
rapidly properly: appealed to people four steamers (formerly
visitors become
winter residents
I' ,'i j and others regular make a permanent- and is still increasing. Very few The fruit growers of 'Florida may the State, through the press, to take ing menhaden) having been steadily

move out, and many move in. The well feel a sense of injury in learn- action in the matter and not allow it engaged during the past season.
,home in the State.
|t1IU'I: prices of lands are,far below those in ing of the action of a leading Volusia to go by' default.We They cruise off the :Maine and Massachusetts -

1 w .VOTJES FROM 'THE CENSUS. the southern counties, and they are county grower in sending to marketa have the experience and shores as far south as

1 much better suited to the ordinary large quantity of green fruit. If knowledge attained by us last yearto Cape Cod. A bomb lance, fired from

$4t": .:COMPARATIVE AND ACTUAL GROWTH settler than many which are held at the loss and injury could be confinedto enable us to do much better this a, gun held at the shoulder, is the

1f, OF NASSAU COUNTY AND ITS FUTURE higher prices. Nassau is particularly Mr. Ropes it would be no 'one's year. What we want is a more gen- weapon employed in killing the

't.'o-i i1j -THE NORTHERN TIER well timbered, and hence.is occu- business but his own, but we all eral exhibit of .all the various soils, whales, about fifty of which have

':;;t1.. OF COUNTIES, ETC., ETC. pied largely by persons engaged in know that the presence of green and I rocks, minerals, woods, manufac- been taken this year. They will aver-

$'''" The census returns, which have milling, to the neglect of the lands. immature fruit in market, offered tures, raw materials, and classified age sixty feet in length and twenty-

( just been made, 0 f the population of Our people are just beginning to appreciate and sold as Florida fruit, reflects injury I exhibit of the cereals, fibrous and five tons in weight. Each one yields

J our State contain much to cheer and the value of their own lands upon the whole fruit interests of I farm products of the State-such an 'about twenty barrels of oil, two bar-

I' I encourage us, not only with refer- for market gardening, corn, sugar the State. With the varied compe- exhibit as the admirable one made rels of meat, five tons of dry chum,

:;S ence to the State at large, but in reference cane, rice, etc. As fine oranges are tition existing from foreign coun- by North Carolina at New Orleans. and two tons of bone, the value of

':'iffl, to our own county of Nassau raised in Nassau county as elsewhere, tries, with fine-looking: Sicily orangesto We want an organization for this which amounts 'to about $400. As

.i.IjI i f! :ind city of Fernandina. The ratio but it takes longer to raise the tree, be found in all our cities,with the purpose, and a certain amount of the men become expert in their cap-

.i ';, I! of increase of population. for the State but once grown and in bearing, it is earlier ripening fruit of Jamaica means. The Fruit Growers' Associa- ture the whales become shy and keep

!.*,1 amounts to over 25 per cent. for the hardy, reliable and productive. The coming forward-superior in appear- tion,. the Fruit Exchange, and the more in deep water. This will be

tl I' period of five years past, and upwards peach and LeConte pear'will thrive ance to any: we can send at this timeit local agricultural societies could, we fatal to the business, as at present

t :1::1 ;\ of 5 per cent per annum well on our clay-bottomed lands. is exceedingly injurious to have think, act together and organize an conducted, since dead whale usual

: ; Considering that Florida receives We trust that Nassau will continueto immature Florida fruit brought into Exposition Committee with powerto ly sinks, and can hardly be 'recovered -

g but) a very small portion of direct maintain her position. comparison with Qther fruit, onto be act. The press will give all: the from a depth of more than forty

foreign immigration, to which the The complete table is published elsewhere. offered at all for sale until it is worthy aid in its power: fathoms. :


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Plaids, Prints, Ginghams, etc.,

AGAR CHEMICAL; WORKS, = Blankets, Quilts, Comfortables,



fSf SPECIAL \l .


From FIVE CTS. a dozen up.


Old Post-Office Building, A & CO., NEW YORK. FIT GUARANTEED.
Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions, ,..

Second Street, Near Centre. f. ==


.' I ,!Iiifl! AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 1\ I\I\ Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. e

e e GOODS. ejPiJ'
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CITY ""Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to 0

ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID.


SHADES, WALL PAPER: ; etc., our stock is complete.Our Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., TI1

SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment and'price, with any l I


CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT (up stairs) embraces a line of

Goods that cannot be excelled in the State-from the cheapest Cottonadeup RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
to as fine a line of Diagonals as is manufactured.In .


bargains, to make room for our Fall stock. ,

All Shades 50 CENTS per Pack- Orders by mail promptly attended to. FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. I

age of Five Pounds.FOR .
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MODE BRO'S, jrsss v 5 *rfi Essite= 4-s & !, !!;te=rfCITY .

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As nearly all my competitors are now selling their goods at manufacturers' I
600 & 602 New York. \ II
Broadway, prices, it is my intention to dispose of my entire stockof

Pay the Highest Market Price for all kindsof Spring and Summer GoodsREGARDLESS ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
Bird Skins, Egret White Crane, Heron-
Plumage, etc. Ship Direct to New York.
Can use only large quantities. Express charges ,
must be prepaid on sample packages. 36 of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW:: YORK
--.----- -- -- OF COST, ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-

J. A. RYDER. f sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
in order to make room for my Fall and Winter Stock, which I York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OP

BLACKSMITHSECOND intend shall anything ever before brought to this city. My FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
stock comprises in part Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots ACCOMMODATIONS: TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
STREET, NEAR BROOME. and Shoes, Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold ROAD for JACKSONVILLE: and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.


REPAIRING) Y ATTENDED TO. but are offered at lower figures than can be secured at any other For freight,passage rates,and schedules, or further information,apply to

store. They are from the best known manufacturing and importing R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,

houses in the country, and are worth double the price lam asking ,
Horse-Shoeing a Specialty. H. MALLORY & CO., '
; theyMUST ,Pier 20 East River,New York. 51-

BE CLEARED OUThowever An Ordinance I Notice of Final Proof.

COMMISSION Amendinq an granting September 5,1885. jNOTICE .
-AND- right ojway to the Florida Improvement is that the follow:
hereby given
to make room for the large shipments I am constantly
Co., approved May 20, 1885. 1 settler has filed notice of his
Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber, receiving by New York Steamers. I would,say to those who are in HAVING BEEN BROUGHT TO THE intention to make final proof in support of
IT and that said will he made
his claim proof
: .need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line,to give me a call notice of Council that an error was made
BY TIlE Edwarks, Clerk at Fernandina,
CARGO, by the petitioner asking for the right of way before J. A. ,
to the above named Company, and the peti- Florida on Wednesday, Nov.11, 1885, viz:
For Domestic or Export Trade, tioner representing that the Fernandina & ELIHU HODGES. Hilliard, Fla., Homestead -
WITHIN THIRTY DAYS Amelia Beach Railway Company are the No.8052, for the S i of NW i and N i
party to whom the right of way should be of SW J of Section 28, T.3 N, R 24 E.
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. He the witnesses to
given therefore, names following prove j]
; Council his continuous residence upon, and cultivation fi
\P. K. lIAUKNIGHTt and I feel sure they will be satisfied that I am selling better goodsfor of It the is hereby City of ordained Fernandina.bythe; that City the above. of, said land, viz: |,

AGENT, ,less money than ever before offered in Fernandina. named ordinance be amended by substitut- William Wingate, of Callahan, Fla.; %
ing the words Fernandina&Amelia Beach Joseph McIntosh,of Callahan Fla.. ; "
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Railway Company" for the Florida Henry Davis of Hilliard, Fla.; j;
BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, PAUL FUNKE'S Improvement Company," wherever said Geo. W. Hodges, of Hilliard, Fla. u j

ANDDealer "',-.. ,< 11 words appear in said ordinance. L. A. BARNES, Register,
in Ice y q Passed September 9, 1885. United States Land Office.

'. [ GEl E. WOLFF, City Clerk.
J tf, FERN "DINA, FLA. .tf", ;
.1 ., .. Approved:
<{i Centre Street two Doors above Second Street. f -

NO CURE, NO PAY t: ;bjtJp.;: :;; \ T.; ; : Has removed his business to the rooms, over i iMeddaagh's

Money refunded and no questions asked ifJOUXSON'S } .; ;';. :';, ;; <. /'" ; .:: t ? t ::; S. SCHUYLERARCHITECT, grocery store, on Centre street.
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C1IIM.and FEVER TONIC "' '' /. : ;' .. -'' '' .,,'' '. . ',,....,."" ,, ... .>'[ He has received assortment'of seasonable ra
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fails: t.. ''.. ; '. ,.djf" f'," an
to ', '. ..' "; 'J '. ', -
cure any case of CHILL AND FEVER or .'..'', ,. ; :, ;.r[., 'c; (j '; '' ,"',. ,.?: 1"" ..". _- .
-: ; 'It! ...: :'' .h + .m: r. ; for and is prepared
BILIOUS FEVER J ; ,; goods gentlemen's wear
A specific for Chill and Fever ,. ,.. ,,,,' '" .'.'t- .'- }:-1"' "' 1." :. j'j'f.j".j;.
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and >> ; ', ,,. '. '" :': ", ul suit all tastes in the R
preventive of Malarial troubles. l rJt'cO .'i;: ,( :'r'A.' Jf.4. >;tI-';.": .7- '' ; ';:, ,". to make them up to .
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('fOnts. For sale PEARCE & HOBBS and ', : Jt:" .:..c.'l''I'.. ,..'... .. .t''i't-r-''';< -r'i., '>- :; ..t1' ,.'' /. "
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JfjlOLT'S PHARMACY, Jacksonville, Fla. Send ': '' \ :?:iv:< ;i; DESIGNS & done. =
to JOHNSON & CO., Sole Proprietors ; with Plans, Details, Specifications Repairing neatly ,
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Monticello l;. 'tf.:4 : : 'and Fernandina. Fla.,July 12, 18g4.. -
Fla. -" Superintendence.
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GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff-G. W. Epperson, Lake Butler. I I I MADISON COUNTY. In the Circuit Court, "-'f .--..-.. -
Collector of Revenue Buhberry Haynes, ;; ; toc .H
County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU c- =-n _
; United States Officers. Starke. son. ... ( cow

LAND OFFICE: GAINESVILLE. Superintendent of Schoo18-J. L. Hill, Lake Sheriff S. A. Parramore, Madison. COUNTY. FLORIDA. .."..o.... 0Q'5 ..

,. R Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Butler. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison ALONZO B. NOYES, 1 :::: :_:::5 =--0=t:::,."
'Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry Q t: c::: 0
r1 R.eceiver-John F. Rollins, vs. .. -
11 Surveyor-General F. McClellan. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison. ELLEN E: S. WADLEIGH,and J In Chancery. ._ 3-=.3 you"O5HgM;) :

DISTRICT COURT. Point; County Teasurer-8. S.'Smith, Madison. JOHN H., WADLEIGH. o; .. .. ', ... .
Titusville. Collector Revenue B. 'v. Wadsworth ) ..
Clerk-A. A. Stewart, of : ;: ::: -
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff H. E. English, Titusville. Madison. A BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN ':"o -8tj
Jtfarthal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed,Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY. : the above entitled cause, and process ;:. C.- :: ;::
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Scfiools John H. Laws regularly, issued therein and it appearing pc- o 0
Superintendent of =00
INTERNAL REVE"tE.CoUectorS. Point. County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee. that the defendants Ellen E. Wadleigh C:: -= I-j '
City Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, :Manatee. and John II. Wadleigh reside beyond the .00"..; ; -r.c"=(C') r.

C. Thompson, Jacksonville. CALHOUN. Sheriff-A. S. :Watson, Pine Level. limits of the State of Florida to wit in one ;=: e.QQ i M'7: 4 2 :"=.tj::=

4 COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge-William Clark. Collector of 'e1me-Henry 'E. Carlton, of the United States; ::q Pp -

John W. Howell, Fernandina. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fort Green. It is therefore ordered that.defendants, Q'. (Dill
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Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward, Ellen E. S. Wadleigh] and the said John II. = -: =- -

" s 'John F. House, St. Augustine. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.. Atkins. Pine Level. Wadleigh, do appear in the said Circuit -Z..o Ijoencr.o ;-I:: :; o (:g
Collector of Relenue-Joel.P. MARION COUNTY. Court and demur plead or answer the'said p T.
Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well. bill on or before the first Monday in Novem- ti5raa
State Officers. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. :. : a
CLAY COUNT ber next, A. D. 1885 otherwise the statements pC c:: : "
w. Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. )
T. Orange E. Williams, Ocala.. ', averments and charges in said bill '< | ;jf"_ ;3
y$ EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. Copeland, Sheriff ::.. =-
contained will be taken confessed and
as a CD
Governor-Edward A. Perry,Tallahassee. Park. ; Collecor of Retenttev. P. Trantham, -s.-b
decree confesso entered therein in conformity ...
's Lieutenant- Governor-Milton II. Mabry, Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. to the rules regulating] such causes. a s'C y: 'otlO ;) '
Leesburg. S/wriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. ,L.- Payne, Fernandina, Fla., September 191885. (.') .-.. (;) _" :-::0. 7+v
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. c re:: fB t
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Collector of Revenue W. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. ...- ......I-i
lahassee.fJontptroller'V.. I =
W. Hall I 44 Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Co., Fla. ' D. Barnes Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. O 4 -SQ-
.v I County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. 3 pE Q
F' Treasurer-E. S. Crill.AttorneyGeneralC. McRae. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. In 'tlie Circuit Court, "a .:s'SO.. ...
Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. c:: -
A. Demerritt West. '
Sheriff George
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se& County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. I. Collector of Ret'e1me-l\Iason S. Moreno, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: NASSAU -=-Q >

Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key. West. COUNTY, FLORIDA. 5" Ej O= 2 CJ ?Zj ti

.. Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff C. P.. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key U--* Qagciz
Russell Jacksonville. W. Lake City. I-j .-.0""
Collector of Taxes- Payne, West.
Adjutant-General-David Lang. Superintendent of ScwalaW. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. A. NOYES E. P. NOYES, :! "2.ci U.7p
SUPREME COURT. Lake City. I :-:.;.: .. "1 .-...
County Judge Hinton J. Baker, Fenian and CHARLES A. NOYES, .... ;n-Q-- .
DADE. .<: '-' -
CJdef Justice- Geo. G. McWhorter. In .
dina. rs. } Chancery. oe'ACl.7
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Associate Justice-George. P. Raney, Talla-' County Judge-Allen. E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. ELLEN ES.'V ADLEIGH,JOHN I :=:s .Z-... -.00 m
11a. see. Clerk-T. \V. Faulkner.] Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina. H.WADLEIGII,and ALONZO | -... ....(') rn C) y I

Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, Sheriff Win. M.'Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm.. H. Garland, Fer- B. NOYES. J .J"'O- CD Q -r: .

t Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN ? cn = .. m
Clerk-D. C. Wilson Tallahassee. Revenue Charles Peacock. A oa. r: *:&, \
Collector of Collector of Revenue Warren F Scott, Fer- the above entitled cause and process Z

!' CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. regularly issued therein and it appearing I

First C'ircuit--Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. :McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, that two of the said defendants, to wit,
sacola. sonville. Evergreen. Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and John H. Wad

Second Circuit-David. S. Walker, Tallahas Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan leigh, reside beyond the limits of the State

T Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. of Florida, to wit., in one of the United

see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. States ; .
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- It is therefore ordered that the said defen- I- ,
sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. ,
dants the said Ellen E. S. and :
ville. Collector of Ret'enueIoses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. Wadleigh
Fifth Cir.cuit-Tho F. King, ,Gaines-- ,Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- John H. Wadleigh] do appear in the said .,
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ville. Superintendent of Schools-William H. Babcock lando. Circuit Court and lemur, plead or answer '

j r Sixth Circuit-II.: L. Mitchell, Tampa. Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks/ the'said bill on or before the first Monday ; ; I '
x 'Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando. in November next, A.D. 1885 otherwise the

ESCAMBIA. statements averments and in said .. .
J. 0. Fries Orlando. charges .: ,3i:. : ,
' Walter Tate. Suiveyor- bill contained will be taken confessed ,"') .'\ ; :
Court Calendar, County Judge- Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs Wilcox. as ',"
' FIRST CIRCUIT. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. and a decree pro confesso entered therein in ; '

Fall Term- Sheriff Joseph Wilkins. POLK. conformity to' the rules regulating such, < .

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. causes.
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Fernandina, Fla., September 19. 188.3. r ,. <"," : I '

Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Superintendent ofScJiools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. JOHN A. EDWARDS >., '

s in October. FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. 44 Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. "

f' 2d : after 4th : Collector of Relenue-J. D. Tillis.
Washington, Monday Mondayin G. Baker.
Countg Judge-Robert .
October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. Notice of Insolvency.; ;:<- .
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. IN COUNTY COURT, Nassau County, : 0:

October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of PJ'obate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka. Florida: Whereas] Fred W. Hoyt, ad-
Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson, .
This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- Schools-Henry C. Hicks. deceased late of the aforesaid hav- I
Superintendent of Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. county Y1 '
ruary 10, 1879, and does not change theY GADSDEN. Collector of Ret'C1Ule-Joseph Price. ing filed in the office,of the County Judgeof ::" '', ..,,; ..!;

Spring Term. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, said ,county, a written suggestion of the
THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Palatka. insolvency of"said estate, notice is hereby

Spring Term- Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. TAYLOR COUNTY. given to all persons having claims or demands ,
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. of any nature whatever against: said
April.Madison. Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry.
estate, to file the same, duly authenticated,
2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. in the office of the County Judge of said

Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. county, on or before the 13th day of Octo- THE FLORIDA
t Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner
; HAMILTON COUNTY. ber, A. D. 1885,at which time there will bea

Columbia April. 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-Samuel :McInnis, Jasper. Perry.County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. thereto pro ,rata and payment the Administrator to creditors discharged.entitled riHOWN 1 IMPROVEMENT, COMPANY.Fcruaudiua .

April. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Survei/or-D.,N. Cox, Perry. Witness my, hand and seal as County f

Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff-Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Judge of said county, this 10th day of I
H. Lee.
April. Collector of SANTA ROSA. April, A. D. 1SG5.
Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools- J. N. Reid, II. J. BAKER
Chain. ,
County Judge-John Towns on R. R. Line
; r Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Jasper. Clerk-R. It. Shepard. County Judge.
j October. HERNANDO!\ COUNTY. Treasurer Robert Robinson. Fernandina April 11, 1885. Girio And Cedar Ke,..
:Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Re.t'C1lue'v. J. Williams. x
in October. The time of the final distribution in the
Hamilton 4th Monday
Clerk-John C. Law. Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
after 4th I above-mentioned estate has been postponed -
i Suwannee, 1st Monday Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville.
in October. JOHN'S COUNTY. i to November 3, 1885.
1 Lecanto.
e Collector of
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- II. J. BAKER, Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
October. tine. td County Judge.
Lafayette, Gth Tuesday. after 4th :Monday Superintendent of Sc/lOols-'V. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. number of the most eligible and desirable
in October. :Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Notice.

FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Ret'enue-Josl'ph F. Llambias, "XTTIIEREAS APPLICATION HAS been Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
Spring Term- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine.: T I Y made to the County Court in and for

St. :John's 2d Tuesday: in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Sc/wols-l'cter S. Arnau, the County of Nassau Florida by T. A. City or Suburban Residences,

11 Clay, 4th Tuesday in'March.Bradford Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine.: Acosta. Administrator of the estate of JaneY.

1st Tuesday in April. .Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. Acosta for an order to sell for payments
Baker 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Ret'eIULe-'V. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, of debts, the following real estate, belonging TERMS.

.Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOiatEs. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. to said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, that is.
t Duval, Ibt Tuesday in May. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. ; Lots seven ((7)). nine ((9)) and ten ((1U( ) in Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

Fall Term- County Jtidoe-A. II. Collector of Revenue-I. N. Withers, Lees- Block No. four (4)).; also Lots seven ((7)), nine
4 St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-T. H. Pitman. burg. ((9)), anl11 of ten ((10)) in Block No. nine ((9)), parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Yenable, the City of Fernandina, County of Nassau
Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. 7'l'easurer-DaniE D. Gillis. Sumterville. Florida] (Old] Town), with the improvements ( rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Jcrcnue'Villiam Tucker. SUWANEE COUNTY. ; and Theodore Rousseau, Julius I).
tl '' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools Whitnell Curry. Rousseau, Eustis J. Acosta, Lilian Marton, erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
M. W. Live Oak.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. County Judge- Phillips, wife of Charles Marton, Kate Acosta, Alberti]
Clerk-J.. Newman Live Oak.
FIFTH CIRCUIT. F. Baltzell. Acosta,Isadore Acosta: ,OJel13,AcostaCha, rlcs residence, or in which to conduct their
County Judge-George Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
ACosta Francis Acosta Julia A. Acosta "
Term >
Spring Clerk-Frank
Collector Revenue Wilson II. Sessions
of ,
heirs of said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased business.
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. S/Ieriff-Andrew Scott. Live Oak. ,
a Marion: 4th Tuesday in March. Tl'casllrcr-JamE.'s E. He m. Superintendent Schools-A. W. Mizzell cited and notified to show cause on or before
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Ret'emle-John L'. Anderson. Welborn. of the 10th day of September, 1885; why said INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -

March. Superintendent o f Schools-SamnclJ. Erwin. order should not be granted if any they
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in '"OI.USI.COUKTY. can. II. J: BAKER, by exemption for a term of years from
' March. JEFFERSON. County Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter- County Judge, N. C.

R t Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.ClerkII.. T. A. ACOSTA, taxation, offered by the several cities and
in April. Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. Administ'r of the Estate of Jane Y.

Fall Term- Clerk-" C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. Acosta dec. towns. Apply to

Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools' -J. A. Walker, Collector of Net'emle-T.P.Drudy, Emporia. Fernandina, Fla., August 14, 188.3. 4w CHAS. W. LEWIS. -
# Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Sc/tools-B. F. Fox, New '-. Fernandina.Office .

,, Putnam 2d Tuesday in November. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon Smy rna. In the Circuit Court, cor. Beach & 7th sts.
ticello. W.KULL.OU TY.Coulltll .., ,
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. FOURTH -JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAU >,
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E Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Rct'enue-J. H. Tucker, Mon J/llge-R. S. Smith. > ; : :"" "
in ticello. Sheriff-CharlesS.AlhigoodCrawfordville. s COUNTY; FLORIDA. .
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SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. -- ;t : t : ;: -y.-r" ,;

Spring Term- County Judqe-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Sc/tOols-E. Y. Watts, CATHARINE, ANN DYED | In Chanc?r).. ',:- '. .
Orange; 4th Monday in January. Sheriff-C. Weathersby. Crawfordville. .J Order-Divorce.
Volnsia: 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treonirer-W. W. Walker, Craw JACOB D.\ IEL BYRD. r s' ,;i s(; ;, : ':..

Ilrevard,1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Sc/wol3-J RamseyNewTroy. fordville. i IT APPEARING, FROM THE AFFIDAvit :4't.t. "'_"_':, .';,..' .." t.,
!, a Dade,3d :Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- of Catharine Ann Byrd, the com '

fall Term- County TreamrerA. L. .Morgan, New fordville. plainant in above suit, that the defendant. : ; '. :e ,'.

;,. Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. wALTO:1.Counly.TudgcDanielMcLeod. Jacob Daniel Byrd is absent from said '-'
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Ret'enue-J.T. Cates, Old.Town. Sr.: County, and that his place of residence in 4;,, ,j.:'< >:-} '

Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D.,G. McLeod. said State is unknown to her, and that,she ,. ;' ;', '.i:,,,.,. ".
Dade 2d Monday in November. has failed to discover the after
LEON COUNTY. Sheriff -John C. McSween.TreasurerJames same diligent :.1 > -):";i ',> -e
E. Bowers. inquiry : ,
> County Officers.ALACHUA. County Judge-E. )[. West, Tallahassee. Collector of Iere11ueD.. McLeod. Now, therefore, it is ordered that the said t ,' : .' ':

Sheriff'-John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. defendant, Jacob Daniel Byrd, appear and : -cj-:, ><' .::; .::'. 'j ,.
JerlC. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. answer demur to complainant's said bill : '
5 County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines WASHINGTON.County of filed in said in :
Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, complaint, Court, the a.--
: ville. Tallahassee. Judge-Wm. B. Jones. county of Nassau, on or before the first :L--- } :

Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D. D. Melvin. Monday in October being the fifth May of ;,)r.:;: '-: ( >

t S"-uijf'-8. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce Talla- Sheriff S. W. Davis. said month. A. D. 1885. And this order is !.,- > ..

Collector of Ret'elluH.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. to be published in the Florida Mirror, a ..- '. ,
,"ill e. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Reren -Job.n Roch newspaper published in the city of Fernan- .. 'f't

Superintendent of ScJiools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. )[. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. dina county of Nassau and State of Florida .>-: ,. ". :;, ':>" .;: -

Gainesville. for four consecutive weeks. '', ',,' .;
Sheriff W. II. Bigham, Bronson. '
'..L BAKER COUNTY. Collector of netenueII.. \l1dersonCedar Notice for Final Discharge. Witness, the Hon. James M. Baker, Judgeof .'" :'l:;:]; .!: ?" ,,, ; ,-
said Court and the seal thereof this
County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson.Clerk Key.Superintendent. :
-""'. J. Pons Sr., Sanderson. MONTHS AFTER TIlE FIRST the 3rd day of September, A. D..1885, : :, ti '
1 of School*-Jas. P. DePass, ", <, : ; : .
Sheriff J. "'. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. publication of this notice I will presentto by J. A. EDWARDS, n. P :VRAILROAD :

.I Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- LIBERTY. the Hon. II. J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor Clerk Circuit Court, N. C.TIIE" .
'+ derson., Nassau county, my final accounts and ':' -

h Superintendent of ScJlOols"Tm. Lessen, County Judge-R. F. Hosford.' vouchers as executor of the estate of MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING

Sanderson. Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for a is noted for the artistic mannerin

BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriff( D. G. Harrell. final ,. which it executes all kinds of Printing. PRINTING HAS E\EK
Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. discharge.JOHN A. ELLERMANN: at the MiRROR-Steani
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Ret'cnue-L. G. Wilder. i' : order. EStimates
I' : Executor. FINE PRINTING. SEND YOUR Printing House. Send us a trial

I j f' Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake .Butler.. Superintendent, of Schools-Dr.T.J..Gregory.; Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m FOR to the MIRROR office. sent on application. ,

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and Nashville Railroad for New
points the West and
Railroad of Georgia for all
points W'estand
No. 3. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
Day Pass. way for all points North with
Night Pass. steamships
In Effect August 19, 1885. I Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30 a m 3.55 pm.. for New York," Boston and Baltimore. At.

_. *: -- TRANSIT & PENINSULAR- DIVISION. I Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m Charleston with steamships for New York..
Leave Baldwin........... 8.16am ,4.43pm Philadelphia and Baltimore,
(FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY) Lake City.......... 9.47 a m 6.40 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) LiveOak............10.31am 7.43pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage
GOING SOUTH. Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.15 p m Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berth-
Monticello..12.40 p m and sections secured at Company's office in.
Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27pm Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at De-
A.M. P.M. Leave.Tallahassee......... 2.32pm 12.00 n't. pot Ticket Office, and on board People's
Leave Fernandina.10.15 5.30 Quincy .............. 39.: P.m 1.22am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
Leave Hart's Road Junction...10.40 6.00 Arrive Chatta. and JENNIE LANE.
River..... 4.50
Arrive Callahan...................11.27 6.50 p m JAS. L. TAYLOR.
Leave Callahan....................11.35 7.10 EASTWARD.No. General
No. 4. Passenger Agent.
Leave Button................. ....12.05> 7.50 Day Pass. Night Pass. Superintendent.
Leave Brandy Branch...........12.21 8.08 LeaveChatt'chee River.10.45 a m
Arrive Baldwin...... ..............12.40 8.30 'Quincy _...........12.20 pill 2.07 am Florida Southern Railway Co.
Leave Baldwin.....................12.47 9.00 Arrive Tallahassee........ 1.27;pm 3.36pm
4 Leave Maxville.. 1.10 9.25 Leave Tallahassee ........ 1.34 p m 3.48 p m' ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING .

;, J ; = ar Leave Highland..................... '1.30 9.47 Monticello......... 2.30 pm'
Leave Lawte;).... 10.03 Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm SOUTH.
f ei 1-Y j I t Leave Temple's....;. 2.03 10.22 Live 'Oak...._...... 5.39 p m 8.33 a m Accom. Fast Mail.
:- I Leave Starke.................:. 2.26 10.30 Lake City.......... 6.33 p m 9.47 amArnve I Daily ex.Sun. Daily.
4H Leave Thurston.............:. 2.41 10.46 Baldwin........... 8.01pm 11.26am Lv. Jacksonville, viaJ.
Arrive Waldo.:.... 3.02 11.10 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08pm 11.31am T. & K.W. R'y.................. 7.45 a m
I Leave '\'alcio......................... 3.15 ...... Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50 p m 12.16pm Lv. St. Augustine via '
Leave Gainesville.................. 4.00 .. Trains 1 and 2 daily;' Trains 3 and 4 will St. John's Railway; ................ 7.45am
: Leave Arredondo.................. 4.23 .. not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p ra 9.45 a m
i Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.36 .. will run Mondays.ST. Ar.Interlachen............ 6.30 pIn 10.50 a m
: Leave Archer........................ 4.56 ...... MARK'S BRANCH. Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p ra 11.31 a m
Leave Bronson................". 5.2! ...... i Ar. Rochelle............... 8.40 p m 12.00 n'n
Leave Tallahassee....................
Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05
TsTOYES ............ ra 12.20
Leave Otter Creek. ..
A. B. 6.13 ...... Arrive ... p p m
.............. 9.05 am Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45
Leave Rosewood .
6.53 .. Arrive St. Mark's................ pra
......... 9.30am
Ar. Micariopy .............12.50
........... a m 12.50
Arrive Cedar .
Key 7.25 .. p ra
-DEALER IN- Leave St. Mark's........................10.00 a. m Ar. Ocala_................... 2.00 a m 2.20 ra
GOING NOKTU. Arrive Wakulla................... ........10.25 a m Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p
Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee..........:..............11.30: a m _Ar. Lee bnr ............... 7.00 a ra 3.55 p p ra ra

FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES > A.iU. ..'.... Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00 pIll
: Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.30 CONNECTIONS. .
Ar. Pemberton's ............
Leave Rosewood................... 8.05 At Jacksonville with Ferry. 7.00 p m ,
Waycross Line for
Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 all North and East with Lv. Leesbur St.Johns
Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 ...... dina points& Jacksonville ; the Fernan- & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00pm
Short '
Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, Leave Archer. 9.46 ...... dina and with Line for Fernan- Ar. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.45 p m
Leave Palmer. ...... ; Steamers for all points on Lv. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.55 pin
Leave Arredondo.10.18 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. Ar. Altoona............... ............ 5.30pm

AND CROCKERY Leave Gainesville.................10.44 ...... insular At Baldwin Division, with for Gainesville Florida Transit & Pen- Ar. Astor.................... Daily. 6.45 pra
FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS Arrive Waldo. ...... Ocala, Fer-. Lv. Fort Mason............10.00 a m 5.00 p m
A. M nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. Ar.Eustis..................10.10 a m 5110: p ra
Leave Waldo.- 2.30 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a ra 5.30 p ra
&Western Railroad.At Ar. Lane Park..............11.00 a m 5.45 p m
HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE ETC. ; P.M. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
Leave Thurston..12.15 2.55 Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- GOING NOBTH.
Leave Starke........................12.48 3.18 urdays.At Daily. Fast Mail.
Leave Temple's .?t..12.53 3.23 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Daily.Lv. .
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.X. Leave La'vtey.._. 1.09 3.46 cola &Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Astor .................... ............ 7.30am
Leave Highland..................... 1.30 4.08 sacola,. Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a ra
Leave Maxville..................... 1.47 4.35 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,, Lv. Altoona..............._ 8.50am
E. corner Centre and Second Sis,, Fernandina, Fla.BE. Arrive Baldwin 2.06 5.05 and Northwest and with'all boats for Apa- Lv. Tavares................. 3.50 p m 8.55 a m
Leave BaldwIn.......... ........... 2.10 5.40 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. Lv. Eustis.. ................. 4.20 p ra 9.15 a m
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.27 6.00 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to Ar. at Fort Mason from -

Leave Dutton......................... 2.42 6.15 'all points West. Lane Park................ 4.30 9.20
a m
Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.50 For information respecting routes, rates, Ar. at :Fort Mason from p i

Leave Callahan...................... 3.15 7.10 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Astor...................... 9.40 a In
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.05 8.06 dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack-
E. DOTTERER Arrive Fernandina................. 4.30 8.36 sonville. Lv. Fort Mason........... 9.50 a ra
Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.35 a m
$&*Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 a m
INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF and at new office southwest corner of Bay Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.25 a ra

and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. Ex.Sun.
_* + DIVISION. A. O. MACDONELL, Lv. Leesburg.............. 6.30 p ra 10.45 a m
I (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m 11.18 a ra

{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES } GOING Fernandina, Fla.C. Ar. Ocala...................10.30 p m 12.25 p m
SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. W. MAXWELL, I Micanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 pIll
-* } P.M. P.M. Master of Transportation, Ar. Rochelle............... 3.35 a 111 2.35 p ra
-1-\\V Leave '\" 3.12 11.25 Jacksonville, Fla. Lv. Rochelle............... 3 50 a ra 2.40 p m
Leave 3.31 11.50 D. E. MAXWELL, Ar. Gainesville.._......... 4.20 a rn 3.05 p ra

EMBRACING :NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF A.u. General Superintendent Lv Gainesville............. 3.00 a m 2.05 p ra

Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.47 12.10 Fernandina, Fla.! Lv. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p ra
Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.06 12.30 Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a ra 3.24 p ra
FANCY IMPORTED]\ GROCERIES. Leave 4.29 11.52 Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. Ar. Interlachen._......... 6.10 a m 4.06 p m
I Leave Sparr's. 4.44 1.07 Ar.JT&KWJunc..7.30am 4.55 pm

, Leave Anthony Place............ 4.59! 1.22 WAYCKOSS SIIORT LINE.All Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40am 5.10pm
Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.32 Ar. Jacksonville........... 1.22 p m 7:12 p m

Leave 5.56 2.10 trains of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .

PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL Leave Leave Oxford.Lake Weir......Station.......................... 6.52 6.36 3.15 2.55 slower((90th) Meridian than Jacksonville time, which time.is 33 minutes Ocala, Leesburg..... ............ )) Fast Mail
For Pemberton's .... ..
Leave Wild wood. 7.08 3.35 Ferry .. ... >
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF Leave Leesburg...................... 7.38 4.12 For Astor................... ............J 11.45 a m
Arrive Tavares........... ......... 8.10 4.50 ON and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885! For palatka.............. ) Ex. Sun. ......_......
? Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas For Jacksonville! ......} ........... ...... .......
= = GOING NORTH. follows: For St. Augustine.... 3.00 a m 2.05pm;

-t- -*ttt* t- Leave Tavares........................ 7.15. 8.20 Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:30 a m TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.
Leave Leesburg. 7.44 9.02 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 m Frra Pemberton's Ferry........... ") Fast Mail
THE BEST GOODS OF'THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE Leave Wildwood.... ..............' 8.12 9.55 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:03 p Frra Astor and Leesb'rg ............ V ......_......
Leave Oxford......................... 8.23 10.12 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a From Ocala_............... ............ J 3.05pm
Leave Lake Weir Station........ S.38 10.33 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 in. :From palatka........... "J Ex. Sun .............. ;
NEW GOODS Received Steamer. Leave Ocala........................... 9.19) 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p p m m From Jacksonville....} .............. .............. I ;
by Every Leave Silver Spring............... 9.32 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... :3:50 p m From St.Augustine... 9.30 p ra 12.45 p m

A.M.Leave Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.
Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FEltN\.NDINA, FLA Anthony Place..10.08 12.20 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta-
Leave Sparr's. 12.35 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m tula, etc.:

Leave Citra. 12.52 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg...........................10.30 am
Leave Lochloosa..10.50 1.13 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45; pra
Leave Hawthorne.11.10 1.33 cola, Mobile, New Orleans Texas, all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only-after-
Leave 25 1.51 Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- noon trip :

I. Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.47 2.18 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswick Leaves Leesburg.......................... 5.20 pIn
Ci 111 j?1J-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; via B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m.
Night Passenger daily. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this CONNECTIONS.At .
train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile
f.. and New Orleans. Palatka. with Jacksonville, Tampa &.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Key West Railway and fast river steamers )
(FEBNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) to Cincinnati via Jesup. for St. Augustine, Green Cove Spring, Jack-
H. B. AIKENS GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- sonville, and all points North, East and
A.M. P. M. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST West, and with up-river steamers for South
Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 3.35 Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron
Leave Hart's Road.............. 7.26 4.05 MAIL. steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship
Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 5.08 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m "City of Monticello," for Charleston, New
GOING NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m York Boston, Philadelphia, etc.
A.M. P. M. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m :Mail trains make close connection both
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS Leave Jacksonville................ 9.35 5.50 Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m ways via Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
Leave Hart's Road..................10.40 6.38 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m Railway; ,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast
Arrive Fernandina...............11.08 7.02 Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p ra Line-Fast Mail.
Jj21'- Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m At Wait's Crossing with Florida Railway
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
Leave SUNDAY EXCURSION Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &
Fernandina..6.50 a. in. 4.30 m.
Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 5.50 p. Arrive at Washington,D.b., daily..ll:45 p in Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savan-
FERNAMNA FLORIDA. Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a.a.m.m. 6.30p.m.p. m. Arrive at New York daily'at........ 8:00: a m nah, New Orleans, and ,all points North
Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars.Savannah'to East and West; and with Florida Railway
Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50
p. m. New York without change.EAST & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key
Pensacola New Orleans and .
CONNECTIONS.AT At Ocala with Florida & Navigation -
I Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:20 p m and hacks Railway for SilverSpring.
FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:55 a m ,
Callahan ......._... 8:35
With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave at daily.at. p m At Leesburg with the St. John's & Lake
Gainesville at............. 6.00
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave daily p ra Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
for New York on Thursday. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p m
Railway and boats Lake Harris for
at DuPont at...........jll:00 on
HANGING With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive daily pra points on lake.
PAPER KALSOMINING I and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
Arrive at Jesnp daily at...............;.12:55 a m
for Brooksvilla Fort Dade
Tuckertown ,
CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m ;
and from Savannah and Charleston, Tampa, and South Florida.
at Albany daily at.1030 a m
and all and West Arrive O. W. BROMWELL
points North daily.AT ,
Arrive at Brunswick daily at.....;.. 8:00 a m General Pass.
HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Macon daily at.-............ 8:50 am Agent. ,
To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p in SHERMAN General CONANT,

AT WILDWOOD., Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m Manager.
PAINTING OF ALL KINDS With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:45 p m i
Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Washington daily;.........10:30 a ra JAMES McGIFFIX,
at......... 5:30
CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at New York daily. p m 1
DONE AT REASONABLE RATES AND IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER. With :Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via C ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.

West and Havana every Saturday; for New ,Waycross and Pullman Palace SleepingCars :
Orleans every Friday; from Key West and via Jesnp, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Alachua Street between Second and Third, ;
\ Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
Saturday.With Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and i
SHOP LOCATED IN SWANN'S CONCRETE BUILDING, Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and ','

for and from Key West Monday and Northwest. '
Orders and estimates from a care
Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
FOOT OF CENTRE STREET and Friday. to Louisville via Thomasville. fully attended to. .25-tf

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very Fort;' and Florida. B.'F. Rich,-keeping bridge'September 30 00 ''1 Clothing. -
THE FLORIDA MIRROR. how Does Tour Watch Run ?
x : Phineas Johnson, services as constai i
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9 ble to date.................................... 16 80 A watch impregnated with magnetism Handsome line .offal. Clothing, just rcceh'ed -
.'''fi.OOA FOR SIX MOXTILSIteflcctton& ,THE SEMI-WEEKLY LINE OF STEAMSHIPS A J. A. Ellermann, keeping jail August 141 20Sept'br cannot "keep time." It will vary irregularly at J. &, T. 'K'too's.Mott's .
YEAR$1.00 "
135 85 paining and losing and stoppin, in Sweet Cider at lOc.
James McGiffln work at jail............ 32 75v. a quart, atJA'OB
i Telegraphic advices received by :Mr. R. W. the most annoying sort of way.: It has been '
W. Farmer supplies,for pauper.. 8 31 KL.tRER's.Gents .
Southwick the agent in this city of the Mallory H. H. Brown, coffin for "pauper........ 4 42 found that this magnetic. or electric influence -

t .' Mr; William Lawtey returned from the Steamship Line, this week from the C.,Yo Lewis transportation for pauper 8 75 is the direct cause of the queer.freaks" ; Furnishing GoodsIn

t North on the steamship Caronddet this week. New York office announce. the.fact'that, be- Fred W. Hoyt&Co.,supplies for Sept. 781 and unaccountable behavior of fine watches all styles AT PAUL FURR 's.

:Mr. R.. II. Duval, Vice-President of the ginning with Tuesday, October 21st, the Fred temore W.Hoyt.......&...Co.....,..supplies............for.....Wit-....... ,4 00 and is the secret enemy which .has undermined The Rest Smokes

;Florida Railway & Navigation Company, steamers of the line will perform a semiweekly Fred W. Hoyt&Co.,supplies for Rob-. the reputation and baffled the skill Can be had at HOYT & Co''s.: The Times

".left for New York yesterday.Mr. service between New York and Fer- ert Sams...............................;...... 4 00 of our best watchmakers. Union Cigar and Buck-Eye Smoking Tol
Fred W. &Co. for Geo. bacco. Sole Agent
4 Hovt
nandina.For supplies
Giles Bra & Co. have interesting
; John B. Togni. has purchased the St. ,B. Wilds......... ............................. 4 00 published a very
Mark's Hotel at Jacksonville. Thirty thousand the past three years the Mirror has ""J. T. Higginbotham, supplies for Mc- little pamphlet describing the,ef-, Towels, Towels!

t dollars the consideration paid. been foremost in urging the :Messrs. Mallory Kendree.................... ................. ,4 00 fect of magnetism in watches, which can be One hundred dozen Towels, at! 55 cents
was & Co. to take this step, and it will be ex- Paupers......................................... ,19 00 had free on application. It also describesthe dozen this i week, atBuilding a i
Mrs. C. V. Hillyer and infant son returned ceedingly gratifying to the people to know Moses J. Taylor, building bridge, etc. 48 '75 Anti-Magnetic Shield for Watches <' MODE BRO'S. I
W. B. C, Duryee, lumber for bridge.. 27 93 ,
D. C. Thursday evening.
from Washington, that, the Messrs. Mallory & Co. have finally Fred W. & Co.'nails which has been proved to be a perfect
Hoyt etc......... 7 00 pro: Material.
;,i Clint, and Sherman are still in Connectcut. to the demand of the Florida bus! C. :
yielded W. Yulee rent for clerk's office to. tection against'the magnetic and electric influence Brick, Lime, Portland and Rosendale

Colonel John A. Henderson, of Tallahas ness. The fact is, the productions of the August, 1885................... ......... 100 30M. and is especially advantageous in .ment, Plaster, Shingles, Nails, Sash, Doors Ce-

see, attorney for the Florida Railway&Navigation State are increasing at such a rapid rate A. Williams, rent offices of clerk railway service, these influences and Blinds, at
where are
Y and judge of probate to Oct. 1, 85..! 31 80 FRED 1V.
t t Company,was in the city this week. that' the transportation facilities are entirely The County ,Treasurer was instructed .to ., very strong, and will, prevent the breakageof Bon & Co's.Great .

We have received an answer from "A Scal too limited. Immense quantities of fruit turn over to the Board of Health two hundred I main springs in cyclones and magnetic bargains in Parasols, Mitts, Lace

{ awag" to the query of "Mechanic," but too and vegetables have been shipped within dollars from the general fund, to be storms. Your jeweler can furnish or pro Goods PAUL, etc.FUNKE'S, at DRY GOODS

late for this week's issue. It will appear in past years either .b)" the Southern Express returned by said Board of Health from the cure you this protection> ; if not, send to EMPORIUM.

our next. Company or via the Savannah steamers. taxes of 1885. Giles Bro. &; Co., the Chicago jewelers, for a Collars and Cuffs.A .

The Mallory Line of steamships, running in descriptive circular;; which will be mailed full line of Gents Collars
the and
We republish in another column figures The Board revised the registration list, in CuBs
t connection with the! Florida Railway & Nav- free always in stock, at
on application.
of the census returns, which are now accordance with law. and erased therefrom;
igation Company's system, has long been MODE BRO':).
Bradford Marion and Putnam 175
complete, names.
+ noted for the careful handling of the perish- All-Wool Under.wear.All'Vool The Celebrated
I Chase
+ counties being included in the list. dSanborn
1 able crops of our Florida shippers, and less The City Council. Scarlet Knit'Underwear, $1.25 a Roasted Coffees

Travel southward has now fairly set in. loss from damaged condition has resulted The regular meeting of the City Council suit, at J. &; T. KYDD'S. Can be obtained from

t The steamship Carondelcl brought in 125 i to the latter by this route than from any was held at the Council room on Wednesday 43 3t FRED W. HOYT & Co.
this week while all south-bound For Rent.
passengers other, while its rates of freight have been evening last.
Refrigerators at Fred W.
Pleasant suite of Store Hoyt & Co.'s
j trains on the railroads are crowded with rooms over Bargain ,
less.Of The usual monthly salaries were ordered Second street, near Centre. Furniture Store, Centre Street.

passengers.The course, it is to the interests of the peo- paid, and a number of bills referred to the

Messrs. Mallory & Co. have complied ple of the State to sustain a Florida port anda Finance Committee. Dress Goods. Goods Remember etc., at the closing out sale in Dry

it:' a with the demand of the people for a semiweekly !- Florida line of steamships, everything else Council then considered the question of New fall Dress Goods, just received, at PAUL FUNKE'S: DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.To .

line of steamships from Florida to drainage the J. &; T. KYDD'S.
being equal ; and now that the semiweeklyline approving measures taken by

New York. Now let us see what the shippers is established, we hope to see the fruit the Street Committee, and ordered a war- Contractors. 1
All Wool Proposals will be
of the State will do towards supporting rant drawn for $200 half of received by the School
and vegetable growers take advantage of the which has already Commissioners of Nassau
Scarlet Flannel Suits, $1.75. count for the I
the line, chances offered them by this direct line to been expended by the committee, and 43 W. J. Lomux. erection of a school building in the city of I

; __The steamship Carondckt, of the Mallory reach the Northern markets, insuring them the remainder is to be used to continue the Fernandina, Fla. I
Plans and
{ specifications be
Line, sailed Thursday evening:? for New York safe/anil quick transit and very low freight work. :: ; ;, Jerseys. full information obtained, may by application seen, and to

jl with the following cargo: $G5:: bales of cot- charges.In The Marshal was instructed to see to'it! Great bargains in1'; ladies' I Jerseys, at fifty the undersigned.

ton, 144 cases of cedar, 72 sacks of cedar saw- addition to their superior carrying ca- that all obstructions which interfere with cents, at J. &; T. KYDD'S. Proposals for carpenter and mason work

dust, 3 barrels of oil, 74 barrels of cottonseed pacity for our Florida products, the steam- the proper drainage of the city, as well as For Raffle. endorsed to be made"Proposals separately for All to be sealed Work and
oil, and 97 packages of merchandize. ships of this line have elegant accommodations those that obstruct sidewalks and public :My place on Pine Island, containing eight Material for Erecting School Building," and

r?! Harrison: Clark, business manager of for the conveyance of passengers, while thoroughfares, be removed. acres. Chances, $2.00. The list is now openat left with the architect.

the daily Florida Herald, of Jacksonville, they are officered by experienced and care- :Mr. Nix's News-stand in the Post Office. The Board reserves the privilege of rejecting -
Mrs. Grundy Says MRS. LINE. any, or all, proposals.By .
7i has been of Jacksonville ful navigators.
appointed postmaster
order of the Board.
That, with the geese and goats, the street
in place of General ""iIliam1.. Led- What steamships will perform the servicewe For Rent.A J. II. BAKER
lounger plenty to his attention.
with, suspended. Harry has many friends have not been able to learn yet, but we occupy two-story dwelling house! on Fourth Chairman.
That the city is thoroughly washed and R. S. SCHUYLER
in this city, who join the Mirror in extend- are pretty sure that the State of Texas, San street, between Centre and Alachua streets.J. Architect.Gents' ,
dressed, and ready for winter callers. FRED LOHMAN.
congratulations. Antonio and Caronddet will be of the num-
That she believes we can assure our citizens -
of ber. A steamship will leave New York Jerseys. Furnishing Goods, Notions, etc..
The Traveller's Insurance Company of a rushing season this winter; at cost, atPAUL
every Friday and Tuesday, arriving here A new lot of Black Jerseys at $1.00. at
Hartford, Conn., has paid this week Josephine That she does not think the rush will beaU MODE FUNKE'S DRY GOODS' EMPORIUM.In .
1 t Natiel through Mr. ,Yo N. Thompson, every Tuesday and Saturday.Mr. for Jacksonville-not much !

Paymaster of the Florida Railway & Navi- : That there is a strong sulphur spring nearHuot's and Stylish Business Suits forth the Circuit Court,
Kydd's Grove on Amelia.Mr. .
insurance Thomas Kydd, of the firm of J. & T. wharf that should be opened and See my immense} assortment. Nothing COUNTY, FLORIDA.A. ., :NASSAU

Kydd, of this city, has practically demon- conducted to a bathing house. better in quality, fit and price has ever been
Natiel, a brakeman, who died from injuries That she would like to report progress in offered anywhere. Good, serviceable. and B. KOYES
strated that an orange grove may be success- at prices extremely low. | Claim $041, Bond 1882-
received the road.
on the matter of the artesian well, but it does vs. }
fully cultivated as far north as Amelia. : W. J. Lou 3I.1N, HENRY HART Attachluent-
The remains of the late Charles L. Hoyt, Seven years since ,Mr. Kydd purchased of not progress. 43 Corner Sixth and Ash Streets. ARE HEREBY
who died in Fernandina, Fla., were brought the That oysters are now ripe and in the mar- YOU NOTIFIED THAT
late Judge Friend some twenty acres of writ of attachment has. been issued
; to this place yesterday for burial, accompa- Great sacrifice in Summer: Clothing,,at against and attached to
pine land, situated on this island on the ket.That PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.For you. your property
nied by his son, Mr. Fred W. Hoyt. On arriving road to the main land two miles from the the Boat Club needs to "enthuse" a satisfy the demand of A. B. Noyes, amounting -

at the station the body was given in little-fine weather for boating now. to $!lH.79. Now, unless you shall appear -
r F city. A two-story dwelling house, with Sale. before his Honor James M. Baker
charge of Chocorua Lodge Free and Accepted That the Mallory Line will increase in
barns, etc., was erected for the accommodation Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet Judge of the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
:ii Masons, of which the deceased was a of the man who was to till the laud and popularity with its increase of service.. square; location desirable ; neighborhoodselect. Circuit, in and for Nassau County on the
member, and interred in Plymouth Street That Fernandina, via the :Mallory Line, On one of the lots is a six-room cot- first Monday in January, A. D. 1886, being
"t Y Cemetery.-Meredith (N. // ) JYeiw. care of the place. It was planted in can furnish all the "direct" steamship line tage, with kitchen ; piazza on three sides ; the fourth day of said month judgment will
orange trees, both seedling and budded always cool in summer. Lots face on three be rendered against you, and your propertysold
The change of the railroad tracks in the stock, to which Mr. Kydd has kept adding, to New York that the State will encourageand streets; ground high and dry ; no sand; best to pay the debt.

South and Southwest to the standard gauge, until he has now some 800 trees on the land. patronize.That bricked well of water in town ; half dozen II. J. BAKER,
the latest for ladies is the sweet trees four old several Attorney for Plaintiff.
head-gear orange years ;
four feet eight and one-half inches, will disqualify -
Nothing but commercial fertilizers have Fernandina Fla. October
sour trees bearing; peaches and grapes two 3d,188.3. 3m
many locomotives on the roads interested been used on the trees, and they are look- highest style of art; years oltEnquire

! which will not permit the shrink- ing well. While the seedling trees show That street signs and telegraph lines will of GEORGE F. LEWIS. Notice or Incorporation.
have to come down if the fashion takes a Office Town Improvement Company.ALl.l .
ing of the wheels to the requisite distance. the best growth, the budded are the first to

The Louisville &; Nashville has ordered already bear fruit, several of the latter commencingto strong hold. THE UNDERSIGNED of the formation HEREBY of GIVE

thirty new locomotives, averaging bear this year. KINDS OF JOB PRINTING EXE-

fifty-seven tons in weight. These are to In the meanwhile. Kydd has shipped Died. in the highest style of the art, at THE EAST GEORGIA &; FLORIDA RAILROAD -
At Hart's Road, on Monday, October 6th, the MIRROR Steam Printing House. COMPANY,
} take the of which will be
place fifty disqual- yearly, garden truck to the Northern mar- of congestion of the lungs, WILLIE ARCHER,
ified. Of the forty-one locomotives of the kets, sending some five hundred crates of wife of W. W. Farmer, in the 19th year of for the purpose of constructing maintain-
ing and operating a railroad for public use
.r Florida Railway &; Navigation Company her age.
tomatoes the last season, which commandeda in the conveyance of persons and property
twenty-three will have to go. good price. Just on the border of Cashen The remains, in charge of Undertaker R. LUCY COTTAGE from the St.:Mary's River at or nearly opposite -

s 1 The local freight clerks of the Florida creek which bounds the farm on the north, M. Henderson, were conveyed to Tallahassee Seventh-St. Hotel the City of St. :Mary's Georgia, to the
near Egmont City of Jacksonville, Florida by the most
the ,
interred in
family burying
Railway & Navigation Company here have is a rich spot, some half acre or more in ex- direct and practicable route through the-

had rather a hard time of it this week. On tent, which has been planted to strawberries -. ground at the old homestead, on Thursday, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Counties of :Nassau and Duval. :Florida.W. .

account of the damage from the floods, no ; principally the Wilson. From this Rev. Mr. Hightower officiating. T. DILL
Having enjoyed in life the love and ad- Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor ii:. MORSE,
trains were run over the road, and the each season quite a handsome return is without board. Table Boarders will be

freights had accumulated at all the stationsto netted in the home market. miration of all who knew her, idolized by accommodated; also transient. A.W.II.E. COX.C. KAY.,

an enormous extent. When the road was Besides the orange trees, Mr. Kydd has her husband and the little ones, whose 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. P. GOODYEAR.

. o re-opened to traffic on Monday, the trains set out in the last few years several varietiesof charge was held a sacred trust, intensifies Jacksonville, Fla., September 17,1385.frf .

came in thick and fast; all of that night peach trees, 200 LeConte pear trees, grape the affliction rendered by her sudden and

the clerks were at the depot and on the vines, bananas, etc., which are all thrivingwell. untimely death. For the bereaved familywe ,, .t r

steamship dock unloading and checking. implore divine aid, that comfort and : '

Eighty one cars were unloaded in that The farm, originally started more as an consolation may be administered unto themin '- .- "..' -. ."...

,. time. All trains since have brought in experiment and for pleasure, will, in a few the darkest hour of this affliction. X. ,'- .' '. : I! : -
* 1 heavy freights. years, be a source of revenue to the owner. :. ,: ": .' F '
-' MARINE. .- .
:Mr. A. II. Crippen, general Southern traveling j'V: \ .

: agent of the Mallory Steamship Line, The County Commissioners Port of Fernandina. .-.,:" -'", '- .
has The regular monthly meeting of the Boardof HIGH WATER. ,".-: ., '
quite an orange grove near Sanford, in ',
z Orange county. He has in his grove a num- County .Commissioners was held at the Saturday, Oct." 10............ 9:22 A..M. 9:39 p. M. :
Sunday, 11..10:03. 1021"
ber of full grown lemon trees of the Sicily County Clerk's office on Wednesday morn- Monday, 12 ..........10:44.. 11:03'& RETAIL DEALERS[
13............1123 "
To show how ing last, the following Commissioners: TuesdaYlu 11:45"Wednesaay
variety. productive this fruit being
: 14......... 0:00" 0:03 u
is, he stated to a Mirror reporter that he present: Chas '\". Lewis, chairman ; Phin- Thursday, 15........... 0:31" 0:5Q"
eas Johnson and John J. Friday<<: 16............ 1:2-1" 1:59" find''
it their to
picked from one tree in September twelve Upchurch. Will to advantage: get our prices

boxes of lemons,and there are still left Mr. Upchurch presented his commissionas ENTERED.
upon Oct. Steamship Carondelet, John Risk,from before purchasing elsewhere. We offer many goods
r the tree eight boxes. The fruit is of superior Commissioner, dated September 22, and New York; fKifJgl!and passengers, to

quality, smooth skin, fine grain and flavor, was sworn in. Oct. 5-Steamship R. W. Southwick City of Palatka., agent. Vogel, from at less than they can be purchased in competing

k and most of them nearly seedless. While Three petitions for license to sell liquor Charleston ; to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
were granted viz To Arthur Oct. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from markets. We give particular attention to heavy
the lemon does not thrive so well in Northern : Steil, F. C. Palatka freight and
; passengers to
' { ,: Florida, from the foregoing statement Latham, and J. Fred Lohman. W. O. Jeffreys, agent. ,** goods, such as BACON, FLOUR, GRITS' GRAIN, TEED,
Oct. Steamship of Monticello, :McKee < ',
City ,
would that it be made following bills for criminal
'it seem can quite prosecu- from Charleston; freight and passen- '
1: profitable in South Florida. tions we're ordered paid: gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. : ii,. BUILDING MATERIAL, etc.. .
3-Nor. bark Hosten, Amendsen,'Jackson
Florida Telegraph Co., dispatches........$1. G6 ville: to J. C. Read to complete cargo. JEST Ask for our prices when needing goods.
. Special Term of the United States J. C. Snowball, services as magistrate... 1 75 Schooner Dora M. Walsten, ilarr, Beau- o. t, ,
Circuit Court.A Hiram Davis, constable.........,3 52 fort, N. C.; to L. .A'. Davis & Bro. :

special term of the United States Circuit Cornelius Wingate" deputy sheriff.. 4 15 CLEARED. : FRED W. HOYT & CO.
W. S. Livingston, magistrate..... 3 67 Oct. Steamship Carondelet John Risk for
Court has been called by Judge Don A. Newton Bradley, constable......... 2 30 New York; freight and passengers, by SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,

t Pardee to commence in Jacksonville on the Jurors and witnesses........................._ 4 50 R. W. Southwick, agent. .
W. L. Harding, services deputy sheriff.. 1 40 Oct. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
first :Monday in November next, which is Palatka; freight and passengers, by, ,
E the first day of the month, to hear the equity Geo.,,\ .Schuyler, magistrate ...... 2 87 W. O. Jeffreys Agent. .:: :' '.. ;
suits in which Attorney-General Garland The following bills were also ordered paid: Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for' -
.; and Senator Call wish to be heard.' The G.Stark, services Charleston: freight and passengers. by
as county treasurer..$179 17 W. O. Jeffreys, agent. ,',
k term is called before Congress meets to ac- James McGiffin.work in clerk's office 4 50 8-Steamship City of Monticello,McKee,for 1

commodate them. All business not especially Fred W. Hoyt & Co., one lamp......... 9 00 Palatka; freight and passengers, by' :

urgent will. go over until the regular E. W. Nix, stationery...;................... 5 20 W. O. Jeffreys.. :: ;''h' .- w rt7.r \i : ;} < !&:>
5-Schooner. R. T. Clark Sandison New. ; ;
ki term. ; ; ,
.N J. A. Edwards, services auditor..... 25 00 York; lumber, by Payne, Cook &.Co., ; : ; : Itfrr1 -'.--' ,,*"* ','. .:"v-o :-:_ ,

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