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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
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VOL. VII. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER' ;17, 1885. ,NO. '47..


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ATLANTIC &, MEXICAN GULF CANAL presses a belief thatthe.plurality will :ITEMS OF INTEREST. IN five years the South 'ha ;:increased Salaries s of Clergymen and Actor*" !

COMPANY. not exceed:_ 15,000() if it reaches that MANY of the-prettyvanemones productions $300,000,000.As A recent article on salaries gives' the following i

We are extremely pleased to see figure. Governor Hoadly is inclined. the wind flower the meadow anemone John; Sherman has not been secretary curious items: .
to the belief that Foraker's pluralitywill Mr. Beecher gets 20.000 a year; Dr. Hall
from our exchanges that the application ,hot be more than 10,000 or 12-, the passe-fleur, and the wood of the t easury'during that and Dr. Dix, $15.000 ea'hrr: 'jilmage

for a new charter for this enter- 000 .when the official'returns are re anemone-were long since swept in- time he cannot account for it. $12,000; Dr. Storrs, Dr. P..tier. Dr. Tiffany.

prise has been favorably entertainedby ceived. to the pharmacopoeia under the OF the '137 ports of entry ,and delivery (and;the late) Dr. Chapln. $10.000 each. Of

the Georgia Legislature. It will Both committees are still claiminga '. "' our leading actors-Booth earns $100.000
'
of Now the in this 25 do not
ballot in the name pulsatilla. sea an- country return Southern, $150.000; John, E. Owens (in Sf)
Florida .majority on a joint ,
be remembered that our Legislature. The Democratic Com- emone (Medusa, auri a) is found by into the _treasury $1 of revenue weeks).$OO,OOO; Joe Jefferson (in 40 week}.'

Legislature, during' its last session, ,mitte claim that it has carried the some spectacled scientist to possess and at 35 of them receipts udo not $120,000'Maggie )Mitchell from $;0.001.1 to
showed its confidence in the appli- $40,000; Dion Boucicault;$3,000 every writhe :
legislative ticket of Hamilton county, what he calls "medical properties, equal the expenses.
cants by granting them, by the unan- and they have reliable information and beautiful head is to be _plays; Fanny Davenport$1.000: whilst
its groundup Two hundred public houses in "la Diva" Patti, it is said. ;, rm>ives $5,000 a
vote of both houses a most that it will havea majority on joint
imous ,
into for the night!
a specific gout. London were watched between the
members in the
for that of ballot with fifty-six
favorable charter portion '
west from the House sure and twenty-one in,the THE Hell Gate explosion, which, hours ,of 9. and :.12, on.recent_ Sat- List of Letters .....,*
running
the project Senate. The, Republican Commit occurred Saturday in NewYork,was urday night, for the purpose of seeing Remaining, in the Post I Offict' at Ft'rirnn-

Okefinoke Swamp to St. Mark's, on tee's latest estimate is that the Re- the greatest feat of 'the kind ever, how 'many' persons entered them. dina, Nassau conntv. Florida Ort.nlwr. !
the Gulf, and westward. publicans will have five majority on 17. 1885 Persons calling for these letters
known in the history of mining:,en- The count shows,that they were visited -
During the past week the Legislature a joint ballot outside of Hamilton must say advertised :
has likewise (after county, and, in case they should gineering. The immense obstructionof by 86,608 persons-men,women Bailey, Abraham )Melborn Gen

of Georgia carry Hamilton county, with half rock, which was', removed, by a and children":"' during the three Baker, Tiliby Rudxvclt, Sharper
careful consideration and Benjamin. Gilbert Rivers, C.Ellen
the most the other counties and districts, the blast of 280,000 pounds.dynamite, hours. Colyer.J A Rivers, Johney
not a little opposition at the outset,) House, would stand 71 Republicans I CopeVH Rednion, Susie
nine and
to the same parties a charterfor ,to 39 Democrats and the Senate 24 covered an area of acres, OUR:friend, S. P. Buie, hasan. acre Davis, Francis Sott. Devvid "
granted -
the shock of the discharge was felt of trees worth Dillard, P G StarrallJ
$2,000 They
the eastern, or Atlantic, section; Republicans to 13 Democrats. orange Eggleston, G E Smith, B
throughout the lower part; of New have not cost him over $500. He Eaton, Richard Smith, Ch
i.e. from the St. :Mary's river,throughthe YORK Evans, E T Sams, Jennie
OHIO AND NEW : York The '' '
explosion was a
City.
Okefinoke Swamp to the Florida sells'bacon, corn and beef; lives on Edwards, Louisa M Smith, James
So far as being a favorable "pointer, for complete success. the best the farm produces is mak- Hamiter, Mary V Turner, Eve '
border, and with almost equal una- I the result in New York is concerned, the ; : Herns,J E Wyley, Toney
nimity the vote being 99 yeas to 2 Ohio election is not entirely a failure. The ABOUT twice 'as many ,;people as ing money, and will, in ten years, Johnson, Erwin Watson,James A

in,the House of Representatives, Republicans have probably reversed Hoad- there are in the whole. ,. United States have a farm worth $10,000. He intends Johnson Johnson,, P Julia A Wilson Walard,,Henry Alex .

nays ly's majority of between.four and five thou- travelled up and down on the ele- to put out Bermuda grass, and Jones,MamieTi ""alt,. Minnie
in the Senate.
and 27 to 2
yeas nays thata McCarl. C H Wells
sand in 1883, and have piled on top.of Mary
Some prominent Georgians have majority for themselves of from ten to vated railways in New. :York duringthe is crossing his cattle_ with the,Guinea Mitchell, Allin' Williams, MollieT.
"on stock.-Lake S. RIDDELL, P. M.
which ended Guide.
Wednesdaylast. good
a City
been added to the existing corporators twelve thousand. This would indicate that year '

amongst them the eminent jurist there is life in the bloody shirt issue yet, and The official report of the Manhattan WEATHER SIGNALS. Stricken from the Registration List.
'
that John Sherman understands how to playon Consolidation, Elevated Rail- The following is a list of registered voters
lIon. Henry B. Tompkins, ex- the passions and prejudices of his con- stricken from the Registration Book, in
road for the accordance -
ending
Company. year IMPROVED 'SYSTEM ADOPTED BY THE
Chatham
Judge of Superior Court, stituency. He has gauged them many times with law, on Wednesday; October
county; D. C. Bacon and James H. and knows just how shallow is their sense September 30 shows that the cars of SIGNAL'SERVICE BUREAU 7th1885' :

Clark, of Savannah, both the latter of right and justice, and how deep is their the company transported 103,342- ,A few months ago the Signal Ser- Adkinson, Amos Jones, Hunter

being largely connected with the sectional The vote hatred.for Foraker also indicates that 242 persons. The gross receipts from vice adopted a code of signals additional Averitt Anderson, W, Robert D JndsonMackKoerner, P W 0 1

lumber trade in this and in fares were $7,004,461. There was an to those heretofore in use, by Adams,J R King, Samuel
country the Prohibition party in Ohio has made no Barker, Henry Knight, W N
Europe; and Colonel Rogers, of the serious inroad on the Republicans. Whenit increase in the number.of passengers which expected changes in the weather Bellows;Thomas B Knight, SW

Georgia Central, also appears in both comes to the scratch party blood is thicker over last year of 6,639,622. The in- would be,clearly indicated that Bowls Braswell Joseph,A J KirklandReuben Lange, C L W

than water or whisky,and your average Re- crease of receipts over last understand. Blue Wm
charters so does Mr. Alex. Curtis, of gross year all might They were Ligeour Joseph'Burnside
; :
publican will sacrifice his moral convictionssooner George Logan, Ben
St. :Mary's, and Mr. S. A. Swann, of than his political creed. The folly of was $278,101 and the decrease of op- Introduced: at a'few points as an Baer Geo .K: Lyde: Chas 0

Fernandina,both of whom have long trying to build up a: third party on a single erating expenses $130,000 'experiment'. The result was', found Braddock Boothe, G, R Hamilton :Lee, J WILawson, James ,.

been identified with this project; moral issue has thus been exploded about, THE: village .,of .:Mmussinsk, ,,.i.1l ,to.bei so satisfactory that, 'their employment'for :- I Boothe,Jeremiah F ,Large; D W .(:
-
-
the twentieth time: '-**' v Bradley, John Lyons, J B ','
Finley"aha Russiawhas been troubled the the information of the
while General J. J. ex- by
But, after all, the result of the voting in Bryant, John LangllosesBamhill '
Governor Drew, chairman of the Ohio Tuesday indicates a better state of pest among its cows, and",the con- people has become quite general. Richard Mitchell.CJ
Barfield, T F Mundee, E A 0
company, add confidence by their things than did the October struggle of last script fathers of the community helda They are now displayed at the stations Brown, Carter McBean, R A

presence in both charters. year. Then the Republican candidate for meeting to decide upon the best .in the country, and are expected Brest, William McDonald, Obid
of about Bennett,PaulBraddock Merrow, J H P
Highly gratifying as these marked Secretary of State had a majority means of putting a stop to,the calam- : soon to become universal.The F P :Monroe, DavidMitchum
12,000. This year, in a much more impor- Buford, C R John
proofs of esteem maybe,and in whichwe tant election, with the whole State Govern- ity. It was agreed that resort shouldbe cautionary or storm signals Brown, John McKay, Donald

cordially unite, let us hope the ment and a United States Senator at stake, had to the old Slavonic custom of heretofore displayed, and which con- Bradley, W F Multier, W L
Blaisdell,W H Meeks, L D
practical result will be the speedy the figures are about the same. Every nerve round-ploughing. A Russian paper tinue in use, are as follows: Blue, Archibald McCall. J T

inception of General Gillmore's great has been strained, and the meagre outcome gives an account of the process. A red flag with a black square in Brown,Henry Hugh May, Riley
may be fairly said to point to a favorable re- Cox. Geo T Murphey! Edward
work, which, more than any other sult in New York next month. It shows Seven virgins, two old women<<; and a the center signifies the probability of I Chatman, Moses Martin, Perry
Crews Graham Ema'nuelCole
Nattiel
project in the United States, should that no steps have been taken backward, young bachelor of good character are stormy or dangerous weather. The Cornelius Noble, James

commend itself to capitalists, and, even if but slight progress has been made. elected. At midnight a processionof white flag alone indicates that a cold Cay,Jr, Raymon Norton, L
Cox, LenConner O'Boyle, J T
when carried out, will prove of abso- Last year the Democrats faction of New York The the peasants is formed, led by the wave may soon be expected. When a ,J F Pendarvis, George A '
were torn to pieces by fights.
incalculable benefit to two old of is shown above red Cowen,Oliver Philip, McCann
white
lutely every Butler ticket polled in the neighborhood of women carrying pictures flag a flag, Cross, J I Powell, A.M

section through which it passes, and, 65,000 votes, and yet the Democrats, by the saints. In the rear of the processionthe each with a square black center, or a Cooper,Lewis Pringle, Jr, W H

above all, to those who, like our- aid of their Mugwump allies, carried: the seven maidens are. harnessed to a white light above a red light by night, Dewson Dougherty, Geo,James D W Reed Robinson,S 1, Amos

selves and neighbors at St. :Mary's, State. This year the most of those allies plough, which is guided by the. it is an indication that high northerly Davis, Archibald Rawson, W SDasher
have left them, but in their place is the la- Noble Rich John F
will have the good fortune to consti- bor element and the whole Butler force. young man. A light furrow. is or westerly winds are likely to oc Darden Charles Russell, James

tute its eastern terminus on the At- There are unknown quantities here,and, the ploughed around the village; thereby, cur. This is known as the u caution- Drurv Davis,,J D E S Royal Relze,,Jim J J

lantic mouth of the "new Missis question is, how much, if any, the gain will' according to the belief of the local ary off-shore signal." Durham, Willis Sheffield,John W "
exceed the loss. At the present writing no Dixon, J J Stewart, Randall
sippi. one can tell; the most that a coolheadedman agriculturists, a barrier is provided The new signals will be representedas Edwards, Samuel Syfen II PSwearingen. ,
against the evil spirit. He has no follows : Floyd, Henry .William
THE 01110 ELECTION will undertake to say is, as we remarked Freeman,Charley Spann, H. W
yesterday morning,that the chancesare power to pass over the mystical fur- A red sun,upon white ground, denotes Fleming, H S Smith, B B :

THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR GOV- a little more than even for the electionof row. higher temperature; a red cres- Floyd, Charles Shepard Crome I
Floyd, Prince Sparkman D N
Hill and the Democratic State ticket.
ERNOR ELECTED-TIlE LEGIS- THERE are 7,670,493 persons in cent, lower temperature; a red star, Foreaker, Sr,Nathan Smith, W R
Gage, Henry Swails, Gus
LATURE IS CLAIMED BY It appears by our latest telegraphic dispatches the United States engaged in agricultural stationary temperature; a blue moon, Gray, WE Stokes, Pompy
that the Ohio Democrats have a ma- Gambrill A Toole,Walter J
rain
BOTH PARTIES. labor. They produce $2,213- upon white ground, general ; a
,Jacob H Tomlinson
jority on joint ballot in the Legislature. If Gremlev Harris
The telegraphic reports received these reports are verified Nemesis has over- 000,000 on a capital of more than blue crescent, clear or fair weather; Griffin,Arch Thomas Noel

from the Ohio election indicate that taken John Sherman. last, and the Demo- $12,000,000,000. There are 2,732,000 a blue star, local rain. Gooden Govenor,,Oliver JJ Thomas Thomas,, Press Harvey Lee

Judge Foraker, the Republican can- crats have won the National stake in the people engaged in manufacturing, on: The new signals are the same as Green J E Tillman, Britt
Gill, J T Thomas. ThomGrantham
didate for Governor,has been electedby ,con test.-Times-, Union. a capital of $9,720,000,000. They are to be displayed on the 'baggage J M Turner, Nedam

a plurality of not less than 10,000. cars of the Florida Railway & Navi- Grener, Jessie S Taylor, Henry
DR. FOTHERGILL, a greatly respected produce$5,369,000,000, or, deductingthe Hawkins, Mathew Thomas, John

The Legislature will be pretty elose, English authority on dyspepsia, cost of material, $3,396,833,599, gation passenger trains., Hercules, George Thomas, Fred
Higgins,Ryas Wilson Robert E .
and hinges on the vote in Hamilton speaks strongly in favor if milk pud- the production is $1,972,745,592. In For Sale. Husted, Hosea Williams, Sandy

county, from which complete returns dings and stewed fruits for the dys- other words, less than one-fourth the One'Half Share in Lyceum Hall Associa- Holland Higginbotham, John,'V W Whilden Wilson, George,J B .

have not yet been received. peptic, the billious, and the gouty. capital, produce over 19-22 parts as tion. Apply at this office. Hilliard, C A Williamson JR
COLUMBUS 0. October 14-The Hunt, J D Woods, A A
much in in farm-
Democratic State Executive Committee He says: "Sugar is undoubtedly manufacturing as Great Bargains. Hunt, S J Wilson,L PHargrove

claims the objectionable to many, but it is by ing in this country;.yet these gentlemen Brocaded Dress Goods 15 cents per yard, James Wilson, W J
Legislature on ajoint worth 25, at J. & T. KYDD'S. Harris, AlleckHigginbotham Whitworth, H W
ballot by a majority three. no means necessary to add sugar to yell, "For God's sake,protect us J D Whitworth, H G

They say they have positive in- stewed fruit. If the acidity'be neu- or we must be ruined!I" And a Sugar Pans and Mills. 'Hall Hook, ,L John T White Whittemore, James, JamesHigginbotham H

formation of the election of fifty-six tralized by a little bi-carbonate of great many' farmers are .foolish All sizes for sale by T W Webber, Joseph
members of the House and twenty- ,,43 3t FRED W. HOTT & Co. .Hall, C B Williams, J H
soda the natural sweetness of the enough to consent to protection, and
in Hunt. W F Whitfield, C V
one the Senate with six doubtful.
The Republican, committee claims fruit will be, brought out and the i thus tax themselves in many cases ,15 Yards of Best Prints Israel Hill, Sidney,Warren White'George Whitfield,Benj

fifty-nine Representatives and seven- dish be made more agreeable than 200 per cent. for some of the neces- For 99 cents. W J. LOHMAS. Jones, Mack Whittemore, J C

teen members of the Senate outsideof saries of life.; There is Johnson,J Y Watson, Stanley
no protectionfor Sale
though artificially-made sugar were Valuable Orange Lands for 'Jackson, John A Young, W J
Hamilton county with:five close added." the cotton grower, the cultivatorof Tracts containing twenty acres each of Jones, J A Yerger, H S
districts to hear from. wheat for the choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake By order of the Board of County Commis
The Republican State Executive LORD WOLSELEY is to-day as un- or corn,or dairyman, suitable for orange growing and truck farm- sioners. Joan A..EDWARDS,
but there must be for the calico ing,are now offered for sale. These landsare
Committee estimates the plurality of popular a public man as there in is very conveniently situated for transpor- County Court Clerk.
Foraker, Republican candidate for manufacturer and the plow manu- tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
Governor England. His passing over the services terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- Bleached Cotton.
at 20,000 in case the facturer and cross-roads black-
,
every .
present of the marines in his dispatchesis tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Thirteen yards of fine, soft finished
ratio of should continue. smith at the North who alls'himselfa
gains large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, bleached Cotton for$1.00, at
The Democratic Committee ex- especially noted with indignation. manufacturer. February 16,1882. Fernandina,'Fla. J. & T. KYDD'S.r"'H. .

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r FREE SEA T.' tW': where ,up the mountains like' sensible I merry ba d'ofpi asure-seekersh: d exchanged -;; own consumption. A warm white never so much as a word or a glance-
01I .,. people. No persons ,in their ,senseswQuld 'the:sunny deck of the steamer glow, which lent a peculiar air of un- The'fellow wants us to go back i in:
He was old and poor.-and a stranger:'". ; think of establishing themselveson for the'no less 'sunny'streets of'the to the scene, had succeeded to that absurd cockleshell of his," he said
'tf. In the great metropolis;' the shore of the lake in such weather. festive little.'town. They wandered up ,the garish sunlight of the morning.The "one of those ridiculous sham gondolas,
,1i;<1 And To as a stately he bent edifice his feeble steps .. And, an expedition to "Lucerne and down, the parade ; they stood to lake lay, strangely colorless and with two gondolas. What do you thinkof
i a Outside he enquires,f'What.church is this?" the hottest place in 'the'world except watch the people arriving at the still below." Above there was not a I it, Miss Meldrum?" .
.i Church of Christ" lie !heard them,say, this. Schweizerhbn: ;; 'they lingered on the scrap of, blue to be seen in ,the sky. Caroline hesitated and objected-
,I.:! : :"Ah I trust J just He the is here place to-day.I'm looking" for; ,tl How_ many'of us are going r. asked old bridges and inspected the gay little All'around, a profound silence was would take a long time ; they would
" Olivia, turning round, again,and show- shops. -Tresidder (whose unobtru- reigning; And there was silence also be late for table' d'hote.
f;1 He passed through the columned ing a rather grave face., sive maintenance of a desired proximity between the two young people loung- The lake is as smooth as glass. We
.lt""J...2 And door up the carpeted aisle ," 0, there will be the Tresidders, of 'Was a marvel of skill) expended a ing contentedly on the wall.- Olivia shan't be more than three-quarters of
S .And.as he passed, on many a face course-Nelly and, Fanny and -yourMr. small fortune on the purchase of wooden lent back, and sighed with a dreamy an'hour at the utmost, the fellow says"
He saw surprise and smile. Sydney," :Marian answered bears and Thorwaldsen lions. The 'enjoyment; she felt strangely at peace Tresidder distinctly inclined towards
From pew to pew, up one side aisle, that makes four in the 'wildest with herself and all the world boat.
Then across the broad front space "and :Mr. Collett ( ) young man ,was spirits ; to ap- the Nobody had consulted Olivia,
h=' From pew to pew down the other side and Tom Leigh and 'Miss Meldruin. his, sisters regarded 'him with some ,preciate'the bits of happiness as they perhaps because she was keeping in the
;4 n He walked with the same slow pace. She is the chaperon, mamma says, but alarm, and protested against his extravagance came to her. Her life had not been a background, dreamy-eyed and silent-
i x 'j Not a friendly voice had bid him sit .' we'are not to let her know it." Miss Muldrurn's smiles tragic onebutit; had its complications. but she did not seem to notice the;
To listen to Gospel truth ; Poor Miss Meldrum! said Olivia had subsided by now; she was ,hot, Perhaps she was not habitually a'very omission. Well, the end of it was that
Not a sign of respect had been paid softly. cross and tired, and wantedher luncheon. cheerful person ;; rather given to take they yielded to the boatman's wiles,
1 To door the was aged opened one by by youth.No generous. hand The Pension Sonnenthal was assembled She wondered what was the fun life too 'seriously, both as regarded its and .were soon well out into the mid-
(The pews were paid for-rented) ; in a body on the shore of the lake of it all that the young people shouldbe pains and its'pleasures.' And thoughshe dle of the lake, the light flat boat
And though a'stranger, old and poor, when the two girls came down the so mightily pleased. It seemed dull did not realize it at the moment, moving rapidly across the still surface
rat Not a heart to him relented. wooden steps. Olivia, tall, and gravein and stupid :enough. 'there was the charm of contrast and of leaden-h led water. The two boatmen -
:. As he paused outside a moment to think, her cool dress, with the sash from They lunched. a shady garden affording i comparison to add keenness to her stood !up strong and sturdy skill-
Then again passed into the street, Messrs. Liberty's and the hat that wasa a distant glimpse 'of the lake ; present "enjoyment.Meanwhile fully wielding the long poles. Tresid-
.' Up to his shoulder he lifted a stone little stronQ-minded ; Marian, bright- there were coffee'and omelettes, honey Tresidder'was fumbling der sat opposite the ladies,talking vigorously
That in the dust at his feet, -
And bore lay it up the broad grand aisle eyed, light-footed; faultlessly got up as and, ices, and: grt'at'piles of-- scarlet lazily in his half-dozen pockets. "I to Miss Meldrum, while Ge i inwardly -
In front of the ranks and pews ;' ,was her wont. mountain strawberries, ,Tresidder sat want to show you a letter I'had this recalled the smile in Olivia's
;- Choosing He made a place it a seat to see for and his use.hear, We thought you were never com- opposite Olivia, smiling aimlessly .'morning," he said at length, with rather eyes, the touch of her fingers when he
ing, Miss Longcroft," cried a blue-eyed throughout! the meal. I am aware uneasy carelessness;; "I thought I had handed her into the boat a few
Calmly sitting upon the huge stone young man in flannels, stepping out that in books, when two young peopleare had it with me. I want your advice minutes before. Suddenly Caroline
, Folding his hands the on his knees.Quietly from the little group of people towards interested Fin one'another, they are about answering it." Olivia looked at paused in the middle of a sentence."I .
h A great reviewing confusion he worshippers sees. which the girls were making their way. given to exchange glances long and intense ., him questioningly, then suddenly low- am sure I felt a drop of rain."
!' :]Many a cheek i is crimsoned with shame, And then followed such handshakingand or swift and fraught with tragic ered her eves. It was from some fellows '" By Jove so do I now." Tresid-
And Some wish whisper had together been low, courteousTo laughter, and congratulatory remarks meaning.? A more commonplace experience ; at St.. :Moritz," the young man der'looked up at the sky as he spoke.
they more '
the poor man they did not know. on the weather. Tom Leigh, of has 'taught me that a recurrent I went on, in the same tone; "they And I," said Olivia, speaking for
the ,blue eyes and flannels, flitted about and meaningless smile, far off, indeed, want me to join them there, and go for the first time.
;: ; As if by magic some fifty doors among the, ladies with knots of Alpen- from the immortal smile to Tito and I a week'swalking in the Bernese Ober- "We all felt a drop of rain, like
Oren man instantaneously scats and ,books and'hands veilchen and Alpenrosen. .Miss Slel- Romola, is, under: the circumstances, a land." Goldsmith's dinner party, who 'all
Were proffered hastily. drum,in a highlyrstarched gown and a far more frequent phenomenon. It is Shall you go ?" No sooner had the kept a corner.' Sydney spoke light-
Changing And his stone' for a cushioned seat, shady hat, smiled upon the little com a sad thing to have to record one's I spoken them than Olivia wished the ly, but his face had grown grave.It .
i' a He thinks wiping it was a tear a mistake away,, after all, pany, to which, all unwitting, she was hero; but I must confess that Sydney words recalled. was the work of a moment-a
,And that Christ came late that day. to play ,propriety.. Miss Meldrurn's Tresidder persistently grinned from i "That depends entirely on you." transformation scene-a deed of magic.
y smiles were by no means perennial ; beginning.toend, of that luncheon. lIe I There was no mistaking the tone this The sky had grown purple, and seemedas
The preacher's discourse was eloquent, sometimes i indeed she little when he handed :Miss time. The smiles had ceased
The organ; in finest tune, was a grinned vaguely to play though would descend and close
Y But the most impressive sermon heard moody, a little sour perhaps, as virgin- Longcroft her: portion of omelette;' he about his face ; the brown eyes looked around them. The gray, still water
Was preached by a humble stone. ity at forty is apt, alas to be ; but today smiled fatuously when he asked her up at her in all seriousness as he leaned was turbid and black, save when an
Twas That a lodged lesson in of many lowliness a heart and;worth she smiled. A tall young man, for the salt. Over Olivia's face, too, forward, taking both her hands in his ominous white line could be descried
t' And the church preserves that'sacred stone, brown-eyed, brown-skinned, wearing the ripples and sparkles played cease- strong grasp. Olivia turned away her making its way in the direction of the
That the truth may not depart. tweed knickerbockers and a straw hat, lessly. ,For these, silly smiles are so head, and looked across the wide, boat. The fair lake was horrible,
-Selected. stood by Olivia Longcroft's side withan remarkably catching, even when you smooth lake to the pine-clad hills and monstrous, swollen out of all propor-
IN-HOLIDAY- -- "HUMOR.- air of supreme contentment on his are twenty-two and have been to Gir- snow-crowned peaks bathed in the still, tion ; the very mountains were thin,
,good-looking face. And I. may here ton. warm whiteness of the mystic after shadowy, insignificant; the lake, the
' "'Come, woo me; but I am in holiday humor take occasion to remark, that not only "Is there some joke between you noon. Her face was flushed, her eyes sky had swallowed up the landscape.And .
p and like enough to consent..A a You Like It. the lawn of Pension Sonnenthal, buton two?" cried-Miss :Meldrum sharply. were bright her heart was beating with now the rain and hail came
a Is my hat straight, :Marian ?" the steamer, when they had taken (Poor Caroline, into the muddy: unusual rapidity ; she did not draw pouring down-a hard, stinging sheet;
"I should tilt .it rather more for- their places later on, the brown tweed depths of whose small eyes nobody had away her hands. How beautiful it all the lightning flashed, the thunder
; ward if I were you. That hat's a lit- suit and straw hat contrived somehowor ever 'cared to gaze !1) The two young was she thought; she had had misgiv- rolled and crashed among the hills ; a
tle too strong-minded for my taste, other to obtain a close proximity to people were covered hopelessly with ings at times, but there was no doubt stiff breeze spran up, lashing the water -
? Olivia." the cream-colored gown and terracottasash. confusion. about it ; it was a fair and well ordered into formidable waves. The little
; i And the bow of my sash,, is that Tresidder.'rose with scarlet face, and world after all How happy she had craft-flat-bottomed,ill-trimmed, light
.l straight, too ?" Here we go!I" cried Tom Leigh, as pushed back his chair. Has every- been to-day, yesterday, the last three as a shell-rocked and plnnged,leaped
1 1 "You have grown very particular the steamer. made off from the landing body finished luncheon he said, tak- week And this kind, handsome, and swirled. The boatmen, with faces
; all of a sudden ;" and :Marian, pausing place. ing out his watch ; because.it's timewe high-spirited young man at her side- set in a grim smile, pulled at the oars
in the midst of her own toilette, The young people were in high spir- set off to do the lions." who looked at her so lovingly with his like a pair of furies. Miss Meldrum
fastened a direct, rather meaning gazeon its ; they scampered from one end of "The Lion, I suppose you mean," beautiful l eyes ; who listened so atten- began to grow hysterical, and attempted -
her sister's face. Olivia's gray eyes the boat to the other ; they bought cried Leigh, also rising; "and there's tively. to every word that. she spoke ; making jokes. Tresidder, leaningall
encountered the gaze steadily, almost fruit of the dull-eyed peasants; they the cathedral, and a garden which has who was so thoughtful in a hundredwayshow his weight on his own side of the
but faint blush made about nothing connection with the far he for boat held it down main force with
defiantly, a sprang to great.. many jokes. some .mysterious. was responsible by
-
tier pale cheek. at all. Caroline -Meldrum- estab- glacial period. I this new calm happiness? Would not both his hands. Only once he stretched
I don't know what you mean, Marian lishing herself as though by instinct in Miss :Meldrum excused herself rather -I life, passed with such a companion, be out a hand and touched Olivia's, but it
= ," she said. one of the corner seats (poor Caroline, stiffly, on the .plea of fatigue. She. sweet. indeed ? How beautiful' the lay stiff, cold, unresponsive in her lap.
Oh, I wasn't meaning anything at whose life was all corners and third would go and sit under the' trees on mountains were, and the lake How She was sitting bolt upright, motion-
a all But you look very nice this morning places!) looked on rather glumly at the the parade, and they would meet her kind, how gentle, how clever he was. less, with pale face and dilated eyes,
r Livy. I wonder if Mr. Sydney antics of her companions. The sun at the landing stage at 5 o'clock. And so it came to pass that Olivia the very embodiment of cold and silent
: Tresidder likes cream-colored gowns danced and sparkled on the water ; Tresidder and Olivia made no ex- Longcroft and Sydney Tresidder be- horror. Once Sydney managed to
and terra-cotta Liberty sashes?" the mountains stood out very green cuse, but they drifted away .from the tween them decided that the latter whisper : Whatever happens, we are
t'V" Olivia laughed in spite of herself, against the bright, blue sky,; a coupleof sight-seers, somehow or other, and should not make the journey to St. together ;" but the words were either
bending a rather flushed face over her Italians were playing violins, trill- found themselves 'strolling together Moritz; should entirely abandon the lost in the rush and roar of wind and
many-buttoned glove. :Marian," she ing out pretty shapeless songs in their down the shady parade. notion of that walking tour in the Ber- water, or they fell on indifferent ears,
said, you will never be ready at this bird-like voices as they played. Olivia "Thorwaldsen and the glacial pe- nese Oberland.I for Olivia made no sign. The men
rate. The steamer is almost due, Longcroft lay back in the chair which riod, Miss Longcroft Dost thou like shrink from conjecturing how long pulled and strained at the oars, striking -
and-" Sydney Tresidder had brought ,her, the picture ?' I mean, do they not those two young people might have out for the nearest point at whichto
And a certain young man in tweed and smiled up at him with a face from sound as music in your ears?'' Therewas lingered together on the wall if :Miss land ; but the boat was making no
knickerbockers and a straw hat has which all traces of its early gravity a half satirical tone in Tresidder's :Meldrum (who, happily, slumbered perceptible headway. What tragic
been walking up and down the Pension had completely vanished. voice as he spoke. through a certain interesting crisis) ending was destined for the day so
', garden for the last hour. Say I Isn't it lovely !1" she said. '' They-they are very ,interesting." had not woke with a start to find the joyously begun?J
not sooth?" cried Marian, deliberately Yes, I think so ; perhaps it is all Olivia wondered why her,voice falteredas afternoon considerably advanced, the To make a long story short,and put
:adjusting each chestnut curl on her rather too, much like a lithograph, but she brought out the stupid little sky like lead, and the atmosphere suggestive an end to the reader's suspense, I will
white forehead. I'm not very critical to-day," and the sentence. of nothing so much as a vapor- say at once that our travelers were not
., You are very silly," said Olivia, brown tweed suit stretched itself along I repeat, Thorwaldsen and the glacial bath. She came rapidly across the drowned; only drenched to the skin,
but again she blushed and smiled as the canvas chair, so that the straw hat period. And I am going to cut parade, shading her eyes from the and at least an hour late for that table
she spoke. was on a level with the creamcoloredgown. you off from them, Miss Longcroft, to glare, and holding out her watch toward d'hote which, for :Miss Meldruin, at
Mr. Sydney Tresidder would be a hold_ you back from them, for to-day, them : Miss Longcroft, :Mr. Tre- least, constituted so important an item
trifle flattered if he knew what roses It spoils everything to criticise it, perhaps, for all ,the ages ; for who sidder! it is half-past five ; half an in the day's work.
the mere mention of his name could, I think," said Olivia, looking down at knows.when/you may.revisit':Lucerne? hour later than we appointed to meet Did you know," said Tresidder, as
call into bloom," answered Marian, the brown eyes lifted towards her. We agreed not to be critical'did we the others at' the landing place. I I he lifted Olivia, wet and trembling,
still intent' on the curls. Frailty, thy "This from a modern young lady not? I want you to enjoy the sun- have been wondering when you would, from the boat-" did you know that
name i is: Livy !I' But three months' who has been to Girton 1.! The millennium shine with me,and think about-noth- feel inclined; make a move." there was great danger?"
4.3 dead 1 r Olivia, how ''about the indus- approaches Miss Longcroft, we ing at all. You are ,like,Cassius, I believe They rose up like people in a dream, Yes, I, knew," she said, in a low
' : ; ,trious young man in paper buildings will not criticise. We will not forgetfor -..-you think too,much." obediently following in Miss l\Ieldrum's voice; then they plodded in silence
14 who cannot afford to take holidays in to-day that we are pampered chil- They had made their way down to wake along the parade. But Id l ,- and, along the wet shore until the Pension
Switzerland?" dren of an effete civilization. We-will the low, wide wall of gray stone which behold 'when they reached the land- Sonnenthal was reached.
1 For a moment there was silence. play that Mr. Ruskin is a myth and skirts, the parade, and stood :moment, ing stage there 'was not a trace of the Later ,that night, when they had
bill Olivia' walked across the sunny little Mr. Pater a nightmare." gazing,down into the lucid depths be- rest of their,,party to be seen. '' I haveno changed their clothes, dined,.described
r 11 I room and stood by the open window. And .we 'will admire everything, low. doubt," said Tresidder, "that they their adventures, and been duly lionized
I; 1 '" The-the person in paper buildings I even to.that good lady's'apparel," answered Miss'Meldrum, from her bench under '- have gone by the 5 o'clock steamer, by the Pension-later on, Olivia I
10 t; has given up caring-if he ever cared" Olivia, glancing from the brown the trees, watched them with a and left .us to our fate. I'm not sure and Sydney, stole out together on to
1I; f: she said, and there was an odd sound eyes to a sturdy peasant woman hard sort of dull vexation as they leisurely that we don't deserve it, are;you, Miss the veranda which. verlooks the lake.
r i in her voice, and so ,have I." by, and thence to the eyes again. took their seats ,on the ,wall, Olivia Meldrum?'' Caroline tossed her head; .The storm had passed, and a flood of
' I She leaned. ',on the window ledge Tresidder looked across at the woman propping herself luxuriously against a she was beginning suspect that that silver moonlight lay on the peaceful
; 'j when she had spoken, growing very and laughed aloud. She wore a square post; Tresidder, taking up his 'afternoon's siesta of hers had not passed, .scene. Now and then a distant report -
4 j I intent on the prospect outside. And, short, wide skirt of'excruciating plaid position opposite, and leaning'forward_ unnoticed ; but, indeed, her suspicionswere followed by af rather feeble shower -
indeed, it was fair enough. Before her and a velvet bodice adorned with colored as though to catch every word or smile groundless. A dark-eyed young of sparks, told of fireworks at the
t lay the lake, that fairest lake of the ,beads ; a huge umbrella and flapping she might be pleased' let fall. Car- man, in picturesque boatman's costume big Pension up the mountain opposite-
i I'f : [Four Cantons, wide, blue, sparkling in I hat with ros -colored streamers oline, urged perhaps by desperate came up to Tresidder, pouringout They stood in silence a moment ; then
; :; i the morning .sunlight; directly opposite completed this tasteful costume. instinct to snatch at something which a torrent of hideous SwissGerman Olivia spoke. '
:, j Pilatus reared his hoary head, and The boat puffed and paddled its way' was pleasure: had provided herself patois rather to the Englishman's "Mr. Tresidder. I want to tell you
ili t 4L: beyond, in the dim distance, towered along the windings of the lake, till by I with a' basket:'apricots, and was eating bewilderment. Sydney turned away, something."
; i the Jungfrau from among a virgin and by the ,houses, of LucerneLucerne away with a sort of ,fierce steadi- half laughing, and addressed himselfto Miss: Olivia Longcroft, I am at
t: i I t'.xJDlpany.of sister peaks.- the: city of the lamps, Lucernethe ness. The little barefooted children Caroline ; indeed,. there 'was some- your service." ,
I: :it ". It's going to He awfully hot," said home: of perpetual holiday-could hung round with envious and admiring thing quite like rudeness in the way Do you remember the wall at Lucerne -
r ; Marian very voluble, as she tied onI be discerned gleaming white againstthe eyes. Fortunate lady who could,: in which he completely ignored, :Miss this afternoon, and what we said
1:- 'r. her hat.u I wish we'd gone some- pineclad hills. And very soon our afford a whole basket of fruit for her Lon geroft's presence, throwing her there ?"

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR: OCTOBER 17. 1885.

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0,1 have forgotten it completely: ? but'where the fun is'in picking#: an un- Extract From a Private Letter. I SEWING MACHINES, --

dearest Olivia, is anything the ripe church steeple and running it Regarding DrJ; David Kennedy's' ..FavoritQRemedy''theywriter .
:My full Prof:,,A".:B. Chandler, ,ALL,LATE..IMPROVED. MAKES ._ HEAD
first
matter? point right through a brewery Principal of the Academy,'Brookbaven, -- .
He took both her hands, and drew of lager beer that.,vj 1 ,be:ripe a week Miss., says:, "1 suffered; from torpidity; .For Sale at Manufacturers', '.!Prices
her toward him, smiling d'own.at'. the later, ,spilling the beer and spoiling the the'liver and bowefs and,paralysis. fused : I : ;. -.
the Favorite'Remedy for two months;and --.sa=
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earnest' face uplifted to his. steeple by making it smell bad,'is more am now able to use my side which for, two :-:.... .- : t
"0, Mr Tresidderforgive me I than anybody is able to'find out. And, :months,and am 'now able to use my side, 'of' descriptipn-and : ,' :' < :

have been rash, foolish. JLhave madea yet the cyclone must have been createdfor which for' a long time Jiad been'like ,a pieceof fOf, any Sewing, Machine, L'. .DOIVTEST ..C.-----r., :i

promise it impossible for me to some useful! purpose. Nothing is letter dead than flesh at present.My general" health was never for,-sale. ..--...-.--:-...-......-...-.. .--'-.'--$.

keep. I cannot marry you.". made in vain except pugilists, and so T P':" Old Machines repaired at .moderate' .Y
He let fall her hands, and put his the, cyclone must havea.mission.. It prices. This cut shows the new style of wood work
HENRY
own on her shoulders. may be the' funnel-shaped cloud, with $500,000 A YEAR. Corner Third.and HOBEIN Ash Streets, that the company is now introducing. *
"Do you think you have brought me its yellowish green 'advance 'guard of 8 Fernandina Fla.'
out here to listen to such things?" He clouds,has been 'produced in order to f _

spoke lightly, but there was an odd call the,*attention, of bad men, and STATEMENT OP; THE AMERICAN:' :EI.. EI.aSTJ: : ,. ,
sound in his voice. frighten them into good behavior.If NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES MANUFACTURER,OF

She moved a step or two away from the cyclone is intended! for,that AND CANADA EXPRESS COM
.''.TROY,N. Y. Tine Shee--Iron'Ware:
him. purpose, it !is well ; but people should '

Mr. Tresidder,don't think too bad- begin praying before a cyclone'actually The strength"oCRome'lay ,not in her multitude AND DEALER IN
How shall I tell ? Out strikes as it, is everlastingly too nor in her grain-laden fleets. These
ly of me. you elements of strength, but her
were neVE'ffailing -
there at Lucerne this afternoon life late when a house .falls .on you. One resource,lay v in the.self-control'and PARLOR R OrriCEandC00 E X ST0i T VE .
was so different; it looked all holiday, Oshkosh man who had never prayed discipline of Roman soldiers. Discipline- J
before it is believed had it is the very soul to all the wonderful mean-'
all sunshine, and I-I was so happy 1" generally a ing possessed by the word veteran.'? 'Mr..
He came nearer to her, and would queer experience the first time he'tried, Benedict Troy, is a'v;teran in the ex-,
have taken her hand, but she drew it but,he may hold out faithful. He had press business. "Thirty-three years," he.
been a bad man, quite a hard drinker, said to your reporter I've' stood at this
away. desk." It is the discipline of years of expe-
But afterwards, in the boat, whenI and he wore a.had ,hat, as most Osh- rience,which gives him the position he holdsin
thought I should be drowned, it was kosh men do. He heard the cycloneand the trust and esteem of these three great ..
different. Things awfully real looked out the summer kitchen corporations. "'Ve have business of 5
grew
and I've been absent from
again. I felt then it was all a mistake and saw it, and he gpt right down on $500,000 this office a hardly year a month<< in all that time,

about you; I was frightened-I, did his knees. He was about to say some- although I must confess that many times

not want to die. It made no differ thing pertinent to the occasion, when I'veVork d here when suffering great pain, ,,,W,.
I've'b'E'E' troubled all life With' biliousness
for my Artistically Beautiful. .
me'. the kitchen lifted from
with bodily
was
ence that you were over and dyspepsia. '.My system had be- tM
Her voice died away, but she stood him. With his hair standing straightup come so reduced and weak that I had no Without a Peer.IN .

looking at him steadily with glowing and his eyes starting from their appetite and my digestion wholly disordered. .
up
I've tried various remedies, but almost ITS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION
sockets he rushed out in the street,
gray eyes. two years ago I happened to hit upon Dr. Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
For an answer, he stooped and took when two trees fell near him, and he Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY After IT HAS NO RIVAL !

her in his arms. dodged into, an alley just in time to using only one bottle or so I began to feel COOKING UTENSILS OF ,ALL KINDS
The
lines of
new attachment that
stronger in e'eryvay. The great difficultylias are
My darling, do you thinlf you are escape being stabbed by the iron smoke: .. been with my.digestion, but this 'seems, now' being placed with each "Dom ticl7
going'to get rid of me as easy as all stack of a saw mill, which struck just to regulate it perfectly. I have sir. great LIFT AND FORCE_ :PUMPS, are specialties. No other machine has them
this ? You don't know yet with whom behind him. He rah into a lumberyard Dr. Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. I These attachments and the new woodwork
deal." Then when the lumber chased him out I have bought and given a great deal of :It to WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. make the "Domestic" more than everwithout -
have to changinghis : '
you the poor around here ; those you know, question,
tone-" Olivia, go to bed at once, of there, and in passing a planing mill who have no money tobuymedicineofany DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY I i
this instant ; go to bed, and sleep away the roof was raised up and fell in frontof kind, for there are a great many troubled The Acknowledged Standard of
those silly fancies. My dear" (his him. He ran around that, and abouta with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid. TIN AND IRON' ROOFS PUT ON. Excellence.FOR .
I FAVORITE REMEDYin
always keep for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
voice changed again) you are tired, quarter of an acre of tin roofing off a the house. I consider the best medicine Wind :Mills for pumping water or running
upset, overwrought. To-morrow morn- factory came down in his vicinity witha II for the blood in the market Well, I light machinery promptly erected oh order.
ing I will speak with you about this, sound of stage thunder, and tried to must attend to the matter for the western Church, Factory and School Bells' for sale SALEBY-
I part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I at a bargain.
but not tonight.5'She cut his neck off. The man escapedthat am coming down to Rondout to see himin SJ-Stoves at Wholesale Prices. HENRY HOBEIN
freed herself from his embrace. and ran into a lot of telephonewires. August. I want to know him." I left the All goods delivered at the various trans- ,
"But it is to-night that I must Escaping from the wires he veteran, still at his post, rejoicing in' health portation stations within the city free of FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
speak. :Mr. Tresidder, you make it started to run out of town, with trees grateful to Dr. Kennedy. charge. All sales for cash.

very hard for me. I must tell you all, and barns falling all around him, and CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. -
New Advertisements. Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. Agents; wanted in unoccupied territory.
it seems. In the boat-in the'boat, I he thought he would take refuge in the Address, '

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less, with bent head, before her. pulled some last year's straw over him, ,
"Mr. Tresidder, do you think me and there rode at anchor until.thecy I

very bad-very base?" clone had packed up its traps and

"I think that you have made me gone. The man is alive, and he imag- : J
very unhappy, :Miss Longcroft." ines all the devastation was the resultof

They stood there a moment in silence his attempting to pray. If he can
; then he shrugged his shoulders, be convinced that was not the cause of FAMILY GROCERIES !

threw up his head, and came towardsher it, he may conclude to turn over a few

with outstretched hand. thousand new leaves and be good, and w

Miss: Longcroft, I must say good- several missionaries are trying to con- --- frT'o

bye (a listener would hardly have vince him that this amateur effort was .
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Mr. Tresidder." next? We want to be absent. Peck's
Good-bye, -
1'To. 47 CENTRE: : S-ra.mm-r: : :
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He held her hand a moment in his, Sun. i

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when the first thing the people of ESTATE AGENTS,

Kentucky know it has dropped downon REAL ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING. Pickles ant Dried Fruits Its
a poor man's cabin, telescoped a Complete courses in Analytical- Chemistry,Geology Imported Sauces$
church Loans procured,Mortgages negotiate dex- and Civil and Mining,.Engineering. For ,
two illicitor
steeple or jumping changes effected. Catalogue, apply (P.O. University of Virginia) to
other distilleries, and landing on a Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 DR.JAMES F. HARRISON, Chairman.
saw mill at Oshkosh, Wis., without acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000

stopping to take breath,and after play- acres N. ,B.for_"sale.St. Mary's: having been selected TilE located UNIVERSITY at SEWANEE OF, TENN.THE, SOOTH upon the
Cumberland Plateau 2,000 feet above the sea CRACKERS AND CANDIES .
ing ten pins with smokestacks roofs ,
as the terminus of the Atlantic&MississippiCanal level This school under the special patronageof -
lumber yards and things, it will start (under the survey made for Govern- the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church,
back for its lair in the far West ment by General Gillmore), charters for the in the South and Southwest offers the healthiest : i)
only residence and the best advantages, both moral
construction of which having been grantedby : ::'sT r.
and educational, in its Grammar School and in
dropping? down occasionally to smasha
the United States Government and the- its and
Colle&iate Theological Departments. For
barn like an egg-shell, or pick up a Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large the special claims of this University for patronage Toilet Soap arid Perfumery !: '
house and set it down with the cellar increase in the value of adjacent lands may apply for documents to the Rev. TELFAIR "
be confidently looked for." (See New York HODGSON, Vice-Chancellor, Sewanee,Tenn., "
on top. It will pass by a thousanclof Sun,27-3-83.NOTICE.) Best Brands Family Flour .' :R,f. -
the meanest men in all Christendom ,

without ruffling a feather of them,and OF REMOVAL.R. University of Georgia
Choice Butter and Cheese
Jump on the most patient, largehearted ,, ,
pious gentleman in a State, pick G. McQUITTY; A.NS" Gt4. r

him up wIth his horse and buggy, and, MERCHANT TAILOR, -_"I : : l,,::__. Hams, Bacon, Lard, etc. I
P. E. HELL D.D. LLD. Chancellor.The
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after ,
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carrying the outfit a mile, spill ; ;.. ; .{' ,
the Has removed his business to the rooms over "
good man out and then drop the Meddaugh's grocery store, on Centre street. 85th Session opens WEDNESDAY, 6th I
horse and of him. The October. Full courses of instruction In Lettres
buggy on top He has received an assortment of seasonable and Science. in
Special courses Engineering, I
cyclone seems to go to work the most goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto Chemistry, Physics Agriculture, Law and Medi- '" .
carelessly and knocks things the most best make style.them up to suit all tastes in the cine.except TUITION Law and Medicine.FREE in all departments CIGARS AND TOBACCO. i'

systematically, of any animal or rep- JJe-Repairing neatly done. LAnK COBB, See'y Board of Trustees.BILLHEADS t :.'- ', fu:' f frT

tile on earth. The cyclone may be an Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 184.NO ., _.Y'.
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aerial humorist result of the 'NOTE-HEADS, LET- i ,
a funny BOTCH" PRINTING DONE AT etc., neatly printedat > .' : ; ': :,-rsr49Free : -
monkeyings of "Old Probabilities, the MIRROR,office. Get the best. the MIRROR office. .Delivery..,, Fresh ;Supplies "Weeltly.'n'C ,ma S. ,

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THE ]'LOILIllA 1 lIRROn. Florida- has' .attracted... ,".during.the past' ,gions of.East'and, South Florida are, TAXATION.. ida-a reform,which enters the char-
a few ye rs. We have before us an illustrated simple ,fabrications: The company To the Editor of the Mirror: acter, capacity and fitness of legislative

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS. EDITOR. pamphlet issued by the St. which'puts them'forth is.npt entitledto notice that you regard my sug- executive, -administrative and

fl Subscription, 82 peryear; six months 81.Office Andrew's Bay Railroad&Land Com: credit and respect.- ,Our advice to gestion for the'abolition' of courts for judicial officers, rather than mere
pany, which offers what' itf: calls. 'excellent -' all intending settlers is to come in collection of debts as "a very radical scholastic attainments and literary
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Centre and First streets,second floor measure which is impracticableand
corner man and make their own selectionof ,
reasons why every ; woman person accomplishments.

BATHS OF ADVERTISING. 1 boy and girl should buy a a home from their own. judgment unattainable." Radical sure- Apropos of reform,your new Democratic

Ten cents a line for the first and five cents for home, business lot, 'or orange grove and observation, and"to-put: 'no faith ly is, but not more so than was the Constitution, not encoura
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each subsequent insertion. tract at St. Andrew's Bay, Florida. in the extravagant advertisements proposition'for the abolition of imprisonment ing. Rather it takes a few steps backward
Special local notices,15 cents a line.
.t :Beading notices,25 cents a line. It.proceeds ,to say that "no finer, or published in every form to allure for debt at the time it in striking out the punishment
;' Special rate for time advertisements upon application more productive soil exists on the people of small means to invest $3 was made.. It is not "so impracti- for official fraud and villainy
at the office.Communications. and
S, face of the earth." 'Ve to $5' in a lot 40x100, feet on some cable :nor unattainable" as at first; the educational qualification for suffrage

i upon all matters of local interest know of no other section of Florida ,Florida sand hill.THEINTERESTS. glance it may appear. It would while it provides for the elec-

; i k, along solicited the lines from of all Florida parts railways.of the county and from, where the orange, lemon, fig, and almost sweep out the army of petty shysters! tion of judges (!) and retains the

species of tropical fruit BUSINESS MEN who infest the bar, elevate the courts, most odious and
; All communications intended for publication every : undemocratic feature
should be addressed to the Editor; all business can be cultivated without'venturing We are glad to notice the sensible' dismiss petty magistrates, and vastly: appointing the county,

. r letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. into the torrid and miasmatic 'regions and businesslike views of the Times- simplify the government. But so radical missioners-the. local Legislature com of

P -' SA TfTRDA Y, OCTOBER 17, 1885. of the extreme southern por- Union on'the subject of the Mallory a. measure is not expected'to meet the people-the very last privilege

tion of the State,amid"the drawbacksof Semi-Weekly Steamship Line. We with 'approval at once. The home- which should be surrendered to executive

THE SESII-WEEKLY. STEAMSHIPLINE. climate, fever, miasma, mosquitos, have always held that whatever ben- stead laws and married women's separate authority. After sixteen

and'a host of annoyances,and,physical efited the public> 'benefited .'us all. 'estates are measures in this direction years of Democratic denunciation of

1 ..amk The establishment by the :Messrs. perils that bring the balance on,: We have, therefore, advocated as the and in time the credit system the "carpet-bag Constitution," I

t Mallory of a semi-weekly: line of the wrong side of the ledger of life." best solution of the barS question at, will be done away, except so far should have thought a two-thirds

steamers from New'York to Fernan- i "Unlike many,sections of,Florida the mouth of the St. Johns the mak- as it acts upon honor and convertible Democratic Convention might have

h w } dina is an event' of great importance the proximity of the Gulf ,coast at ing of a sufficient outlet through the securities. Abundant statisticsin improved upon it; but native preju-
t to our city,but much more so to the inland between'the St. Johns the most thrifty of the Northern
,St. Andrew's Bay affords absolute protection passage dice and the poor negro obscure the
State.
".a, productive interests of our against frost" The waters of and St. Marys rivers. Nature has States demonstrate that the aggregatecost pathway of Democratic progress. In

For a long period; Savannah has en- St. Andrew's Bay and the Gulf are already more than half done, the of enforced collections far exceeds the meantime we prosper and

joyed the benefits of the larger portion an insuperable barrier ,to the effortsof work., An expenditure of $300,000 the debts collected,and this fact alone gress under the Constitution as it pro-is.

of our trade and commerce. Jack Frost'to pla 'h voc with the would give a ship channel of fifteen should convince the popular mind HARRJSON REED.

She wisely established semi-weekly orchards, vines .and.plants surrounding feet from the sea 'up to the wharves that some better system can be de- Jacksonville, October 12, 1885.
% lines of steamships to New York
,
St. Andrew's." All of which will at Jacksonville,. with no increase of vised. '
} Baltimore and Boston. So long as be new to Flpridians. distance to vessels from the North. TAXATrOY-LOW VALUATION.It THE flag of the St. Mary Cannon-
,"-"i. I had only weekly line from Flor
we The same character untruth and Iri the meantime, the Mallory Line, is astonishing to what length iers, a Louisiana Confederate:battery,
;' 1 ida to New York, the merchants preferred exaggeration runs through the whole by their semi-weekly ships, will give official obligations are sacrificed to captured at Irish Bend,La., in April,
of the
1"r" the greater certainty : pamphlet. Our readers, who ;are.fa- the business men. 'of Jacksonville, the popular fallacy that low valua- 1863, by the Thirteenth Connecticut
i more frequent line from Savannah_ ;
'miliar with,the price stumpage of and of all interior towns, greater advantages tion secures low taxation. Call any Volunteers, has been delivered to the
:so with fruit and vegetable growers;
"; i} pine Umber, know that one dollar 'than the Savannah semiweekly assessor before a grand jury to an- Adams Express Company in Hart-
with only a weekly line they found
; per thousand, equivalent to about steamers give. It is the clear- swer for a violation of his oath of ford to be returned. The flag was

,j b that their shipments might miss the twenty-five cents per tree, is about as est point of good judgment and busi- office in not assessing property at its presented to the battery in 1862, and
' and lie week with
sailing day over a
' much as standing( timber near rail- ness forecast to sustain this line : true value, and he will admit that he bears the inscription, "The Ladies of

";; injurious results to their shipments. ways or rivers will' bring: yet these promptly ,and efficiently. has fixed less than half its value be- Franklin to the St. Mary Cannon-
Florida fruit and
of
t ::4 Three-fourths iers. With it they sent a new silk flag
Cincinnati humbugs say that "on -------- : cause he wanted to lessen the pro-
r vegetables consequently went North
the pine lands' near St. Andrew's, STORMS. :. portion of taxation in his district; inscribed, "Thirteenth Connecticut
by the Savannah steamers. Florida has been in the main sin- Volunteers to the Ladies of Frank-
Bay five to twelve thousand feet per and thus a State valuation of fifty
:a ; m This reason no longer exists; theY acre worth; now at St. Andrew's Bay gularly exempt from cyclones ,and millions is secured when a hundredor lin, La., and the St. Mary Cannon-

t steamships from Fernandina leaving extraordinary storms, and the recent iers."
from $8 to $12 per thousand. a hundred and fifty millions actually -
; ,1:1 and arriving semi-weekly will afford
Say the limber averages only six ,, severe rain-storms have not been exist, and thus the State is ad- Post-Office Notice.
facilities and less risk to
better
) ship-
tt1 accompanied with much destructionof Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M.
thousand feet to the acre, and is vertised abroad as a poor State, sub-
fmHi pers, than by any other route. The life The conformation Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
; q worth in the tree but one-half of its or property. ject to heavy taxation because fouror Money Orders and Registered Letters from
and of fruit be
shipment storage can of the 8:00 to 1:00 and from.2CO
peninsula causes stormsto five mills valuation A. M. P.M.; p. M
manufactured $5 thou- are
price or upon
per .
and to 3:30 Dl.ARRIVAL
looked after at our own docks, p.
sand five-acre will then lose their.force by the absence of required when in fact only one and
a tract showa AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
,; the
i past experience has given public
cost to the of $90 obstructions, and they are generally one-half to two mills on a true val- Transit & Peninsular Railroad-
price purchaser !
:ho', g..,. great confidence in the handling of diffused. For the last four Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 P.?II.
'I' g; ($15 per acre), and a ,surface valueof years we uation are had. Brings mails from the North,the
P tt;: freight by the Mallory Line, especially had,rather less than and Peninsular
$150 ($30 per acre)." have the usual How much better it would be to Gulf coast, Transit -
fruit and vegetables. This arrangement railroads.
:fV We need make amount of ,rainfall, and even very show a real value of $100,000,000with Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 A.M.
further
'i enures as largely to the no extractsto ; Takes mails for the North, the
considerable rains do not long remain two mills State tax than a half
;,i\; benefit of Jacksonville- to our- show that this Cincinnati St. Andrew's Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular -
1 low The creeks and
on places. valuation with four mills roads.Lecsburg .
; ,-, selves. Fernandina is 150 miles Bay Company a pure hum- natural outlets are numerous and train arrives daily.......... 8:40 A. M.
,
i }' bug and deception pretending that UNIFOMITY.: Brings Western mail only.
to her than Savannah. Fer- ,
til
.:r'. nearer filtration and evaporation .soon absorb Fenianama &Jacksonville Railroad-
.; nandina virtually becomes their the sand hills of that region are the ''moisture. In the The Constitution requires that a Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A.M.
surplus
: home port their Piraeus and the orange grove lands, free from frosts, uniform tax: shall be levied on all the Brings the Jacksonville and St.
haste of railroads John's river mails.
M argosies of commerce of which are and that the pine timber standing is constructing: ,:par- property. Has there ever yet beena Closes daily except Sunday..........10:30 A.M.
: ticularly 'in dry seasons, sufficient? I I Takes Jacksonville,St.John's
moored docks hour distance worth $30 per acre, when uniform assessment throughoutthe
'Sn at only an everyone calculation is not made for heavy River and Northern mails.
!'( \ from them. It would be a pet- in Florida knows that West Floridais State? Never! I have known Sunday MailJacksonville -
rainfalls andtrestles
and culverts
the and St.John's River,
tr** ty feeling which would regret the advantages not an orange-growing region; thatit many instances where a conscien- arrives.....................................10:25: A. M.
is to frosts and that are made top narrow to dischargethe and honest would Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. M.
; offered by this duplication subject killing tious planter return -
m sudden accumulations of an exceptionally Jacksonville, St. John's River and
.q:!Lr.S ,of service by the :Mallory Line. Her for timber it will not average (sup- rain-storm. It is his lands at $10 per acre,'while the North closes....................... 6:00 A.)1.
severe Jacksonville and St. John's River
WJ11} merchants can receive their goods posing that there was transportationand rarely however that our railways an adjoining tract of equal value only, closes............................. 4:00 P. M.
; t': [ in from four to five days from the a market) more than one to two have ,been interrupted, from these would be returned at $2, and in some SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.

Jtl, .; time their order is received in New dollars per acre. instances at less than a dollar, and

'f.h; York, and freight and passengers,by Washington, county, in which St. causes. the assessor would accept the valua- DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.

,; Andrew's Bay is situated has onlya tion and assess the tax accordingly.Now .
J: ; this line can be landed at Jacksonville PERSISTENT" FALSEHOOD. ESTADLISI-IED 1875

f ,; at less cost, and with greater population of five thousand. The The training of political leaders at let, the counties be divided,into --

J-1;; "f certainty, than by any other existing assessed value of its real estate, in- the North is much more thoroughthan convenient districts, and an assessor DRUGS MEDICINES

ti'', ":l line of transportation. To the merchants cluding city or town lots, is but. we have any conception of. elected,by the people of each district; i anHORSEY

:, at Ocala, Gainesville, Lees- $180,000. The average value of its. There, are hundreds of thousands of let there be a county board of equal- !

;: t burg, Lake City and other important lands is about thirty-five cents per intelligent, worthy men at the North ization, so that the standard of valuation & CO.,

',, '. inland towns, this semiweekly line acre. The value of all the city or i who actually believe that the negroesat whether high or low, shall be

i l '1; will prone of great benefit. Their town' property ill the county is put the South, are not,allowed to, vote., ,uniform ; let there be a State boardof

!,::, stocks of merchandise can be replenished at, ,$10,000.> St. Andrew's;; is forty The, falsehood has t" been so long' and equalization to equalize the coun- =1 PHARMACISTS 1 LEE

weekly with a great saving i miles south of the railroad,:and yet persistently,toldthat,; they regard it ties, and then enforce the law against

:l :! of capital and interest. The orange the reader would suppose from the as law,and gospel. 'V recently, met I every assessor who refuses to affix a Centre Street.FERXAXDINAFLOCIDA,

tl:, crop will be greatly benefited by the ,pamphlet that it was a city with a an intelligent and fair-minded 'man i just and equal valuation of all' the

H diminishing of all loss by decay or ,considerable permanent population.It from New' Jersey who believed all', property,real and personal,and Florida ,

Ifit'; ;- 'injury en route. It is for the people is ''true that it" has health, good that John Sherman said,and thought would rank with the foremost constantly on hand a fine assort-

: ''t I of Florida now to encourage and fisheries and splendid oysters. The John'was a truthful man,and would States in its percentage of taxation. KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -

f, ;,. 44 build up this enterprise which has people of Washington county are, not,even tell a political lie. Truth- Without'uniformity! in the'tax'levy, and DOMESTIC

ht been brought an advanced state, like the country people of Nassau telling is not.a'prominent characteristic how can the Si ale secure a,valid title Drugs and Chemicals

tl'l: and which, if well supported, will county, mostly farmers; no doubt ,,as we know, of either of the to lands forfeited and sold for' non-

f "'j eventually result in a daily line., ,good,:industrious ad 'excellent peo- Shermans ; the pitiful figure exhibited payment. In the State,of Wisconsinall Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,

Florida should and buildup ple, but they do not get their tax titles invalidated the,
: encou ge. living by, General Sherman, ;in his denialof were, by Proprietary and 'Fancy! Goods,
rv': every enterprise which increasesthe by raising oranges any more than do ,the burning of' Columbia, his court, after many years had elapsed,

,j: facilities for her commerce and the people of-Hamilton, Nassau and alleged letter of,-}!r. Davis, and the because of compliance with ,the FINE TOILET'ARTICLES,

I trade. This movement is in the direction many other counties,; and it is a de- many, instances_ adduced by'General:: Constitution'in ,these respects., PERFUMERY,. SOAPS, ETC.,

11 fl t. i we have long hoped.for, and ception to attempt to impose upon Boynton ,indicate a mental twist in ,It is a startling fact, which you call

:I: ),I we wish it every success. the. public by such representations the Sherman mind unfavorable to attention to, that, with all. the immense IN GREAT VARIETY.

III I I S I -- ------- -- as' we have above quoted. These truth The wonder is_that Northern shipping;manufacturing;railroad -
JIUMBUGGIXG >LAND COMPANIES. land speculating companies in- > commercial and mechanical in- .JPJPhysicians' Prescriptions
ir, are people should still believe in them. .
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,!r 'lOt! Our people are hardly aware of juring the country, and are not help- vestments' in Florida, four-fifths,of .carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at

1j,; ; : ,the extent to which schemers and ing to settle it with industrious set- A SOUTH CAROLINA negro justice the taxation 'should rest upon the reasonable pricesBILLHEADS-

: .' speculators are endeavoring to take tlers., The mendacious statements has,ruled that the taking of man's real estate. Verily in the NOTE-HEADS, LET-

::';,1, advantage of the attention which in'respect to the"orange-growing re- watermelons. is not larceny. I' civil service" is required h ere in Flor- at the MIRROR office. etc., neatly .printed
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CARPETS, MATTINGS,. ETC. ufacturers' prices: it is my intention to dispose of my entire stock

of Spring and Summer GoodsREGARDLESS Prints
-AGENT FOR- Ginghams, etc.,

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AGAR CHEMICAL WORKS, OF COST Blankets, Quilts, Comfortables,
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A. & L. FRUIT EVAPORATORS, .
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RUBBER STAMPS, NOVELTIES, ETC. in order to make room for my Fall and Winter Stock, which I vERiW PR.JC i S

intend shall surpass anything ever before brought to this city., My

#33- SPECIAL stock comprises in part Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing,'Boots

GREAT SALE OF BUTTONS, and Shoes, Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold = -OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT -

From FIVE CTS. a dozen up.
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AT SHERIFF'S SALE; IS ,REPLETE WITH NEW GOODS OF FASHIONABLE CUT AND

BARGAIN STORE, DESIRABLE FABRIC. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. y
SUITS MADE TO ORDER BY BROWNING, KING
Old Post-Office Building, but are offered at lower figures than can be secured at any other A & CO., NEW YORK. FIT GUARANTEED. H

store. They are from the best known manufacturing and importing
Second Street, Near Centre.
houses in the country, and are worth double the price I am ask- NEW FALL STYLES IN GENTS' HATS j[ =

-USE- ing;; theylIUST

FurnisHing: Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. fi

C. A. WOOLSEY'S BE CLEARED OUThowever
ja. LARGE LUTE OP KAXTOSOMS: : GOODS. e

JERSEY CITY riri ;:23T-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to 9
to make room for ,the large shipments I am,constantly '
ten dollars,and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID.
receiving by New York Steamers. I would say to those who are in Ii

-"t'VSI'I'E LEAD; need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line,to give me a call rii CT.r.j YCC: : ,

Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,

-ANDREADYMIXED- NEW YORK OFFICE. -83,Walker St. }r FERNANDINA, FLA. .1
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PAINTS .'{. FERNANDINA AND NEW-YORK. .
and I feel sure they will be satisfied that I am selling better goodsfor =

less money than ever before offered in Fernandina. .-'.

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GEORGE P. LEWIS Agen-fc. .' .



J. A. RYDER, [1'1/rfm'/ it 1 1\\\\ GOODS \\\\t\\ \\IIII


BLACKSMITHSECOND

Proposed. Sailings for October and November, 1885.

STREET, NEAR BROOME. AT Steamers leave Pier 20, E.R.. at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina, p.m.

I STEAMERS. Lv. NEW YORK. Lv. FERXANDINA.

MILL WORK and SHIP WORK. 1, City of San Antonio......Friday, October 23. Wednesday, October 28.

IJ.V.OO :BRO'S: State of Texas................Tuesday, October 27. Saturday, October 31. 4

Carondelet......................Friday, October 30. Wednesday, Novem. 4.
T) EPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
JLt PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ,.. City of San Antonio.......Tuesday, November 3. Saturday, November 7.

State of Texas..................Friday, November 6. Wednesday, Novem. 11.

'WE ARE NOW OFFERING OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF Carondelet........................Tuesday, November 10. Saturday, November 14.
Ilorsc-Sliociiig a Specialty. City of San Antonio..Friday, November 13. Wednesday, Novem. 18.

State of Texas..Tuesday, November 17. Saturday, November 21.

WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE\ DRESS GOODS Carondelet.......................Friday, November 20. Wednesday, Novem. 25.

This Line, having no Transfers between Femamliiia aril New
MERCHANT, York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
COMMISSION FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
-AND- CONSISTING OF-:-....- The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS: TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
MaDufactnrer of Southern Pine Lumber, connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
BY THE CARGO, Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Nun's Veiling! JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
RAILROAD, for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
For Domestic or Export Trade, PENINSULAR LAKE WEIR.RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor

Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions, ,
TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

W. K. BAUKNIGHT, 1r R. IV. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,

WHOLESALE AGENT AND, RETAIL I'I m iI AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 1 \\I\II IP \ H. MALLORY & CO., FERNANDINA- FLORIDA.C. .
Pier 20 East River,'New York. 51-
AND STOCK DEALER

BUTCHER ..
ANDDealer ----

in Ice An Ordinance Notice of Final Proof.

TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY :Amending an Ordinance granting the LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,}

BROOM STREET WHARF, right oj way to the Florida Improvement September 5, 1885.
In MATTINGS, CARPETS OIL CLOTHS RUGS WINDOW
is hereby given that the follow
_Uf_FERNANDINA FLA. Co., approved May 20, 1885. NOTICE settler has filed notice of his
R. S. SCHUYLERARCHITECT., SHADES, WALL PAPER, etc., our stock is complete. :HAVING BEEN BROUGHT TO THE intention to make final ''proof in support of
IT notice of Council that an error was made his claim. and that said proof will he made
- .- Our SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment and price, with any by the petitioner asking for the right of way before J. A. Edwarks. Clerk, at }Fernandina
to the above named Company and the petitioner Florida, on Wednesday, Nov.'11, 1885 viz:
in the State. representing'that ,the Fernandina & ELIHU 'HODGES, Hilliard Ffa., Homestead -
DESIGNS FOR BUILDING OF ALL Amelia Beach Railway Company are the No. 8052, for the S of NW i and N i
with Plans, Details, Specifications CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT; (up stairs) embraces. a line of party to whom the right of way should be of SW 1 of Section 28, T.3 N, R 24 E.
and Superintendence.GEO. given therefore, He names the following witnesses to prove-
Goods that cannot be excelled in the State-from the cheapest: Cottonade ; ordained the City Councilof his continuous residence upon, and cultiva--
It is hereby by
W. SCHUYLER, that the above tion of,said land, viz:
up to as fine, a line of Diagonals as is manufactured. ., named the 'Citof ordinance Fernandina.be amended by substituting William Wingate, of'Callahan, Fla.;
ATTORNEYATLAW.OfficeAdjoining the words Fernandina&Amelia Beach Joseph McIntosh of Callahan, Fla.;.
In ALPACAS, PONGEES and SEERSUCKERS/we, are: offering Railway Company" for the words'-' "Florida Henry Davis of Hilliard, Fla.
the Clerk's office
County ,
Company," wherever said Geo. W..Hodges, of Hilliard, Fla.
FERN AYD'IN A, FLA. bargains- to make room for our' Fall 'stock. '. t Improvement words appear in said:: ordinance. L. A. BARNES, Register,
f Passed September'9, 188.. United: States Land Office.
ISr Orders by "mail promptly attended to. JAMES McGIFFIN, ,

JAMES McGIFFIN, p Attest: President pro tem. NO CURE, NO PAY !

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, GEO. E. WOLFF, City Clerk.
.:"' ;' "d',:.". MODE .BRO S Money refunded and no question asked ir
.,, ?. to... ., Approved: JOHNSON'S CHILL and FEVER TONIC
Alachua Street, between Second and Third, "'',.."..". ,,1- W. H. POPE. Mayor. fails to cure any case of CHILL AND FEVER or
!;: \ r' BILIOUS-FEVER. A specific for Chill and Fever
.G? /." CENTRE STREET. FERNANDINA,' PL A,
FERNANDINA, FLA. .i. ",;:i:;; t; :;:'' .'-:_ .(. ". .. .T> AILRQAD .PRINTING HAS EVER and Cent preventive For sale of.Malarial: by PEARCE troubles.& HOBBS Price, and 5O
,, --'I; ,. ;j,7." ",."t ',... .I! : Jt\; been a specialty at the MIRROR Steam HOLT'S PHARMACY-Jacksonville, Fla. Send
Orders and estimates from a distance care $ 'I'/'iI'''<''''';!''',(L'::''',"' ',,-, .', ...",,<:.. ''.:. ...< ..... _',,,:....: ; : ,. ..:'',..,' .' Printing House. Send us a trial order. Es- for circulars to JOHNSON. & CO., Sole Proprietors -
fully attended to. 25-tf '" "" ... .. timates sent on"application. Monticello, Fla.

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.GENERAL. DIRECTORY. Sheriff G. W. ,Epperson, Lake Butler. I MADISON COUNTY. In the Circuit Court, =' "';::
Collector of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, .;... :; j;-H
County Judge-R.. M.. .WitherspoonMadi-; FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU =-n-
United States Officers. Starke. c-c) g.o ==:
.. Schools J.. HillyLak son.Sheriff COUNTY, ,FLORIDA. 00-- j
/ LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Superintendent of -. -.. : e S. A. Parramore, Madison. '"'I:2C-s:

'" 'leg-uter-L. A. 'Barnes, Gainesville. Butler." .. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison ALONZO, B. NOYES, 1's "' 3sfg: .
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' 4:4i: 'Receiver-Johri F.-Rollins,.Gainesville.. / i BREVARD'COU\"TY. Superintendent of Schools" --Samuel J. Perry, c-=-t-.:..) C g-) Wro::2 .0
'" Surveyor-General. F. McQJellan- : ,. County Judg -James A. McCrory, City Madison. '* ELLEN E. S. WADLEiGH.and 1 F In Chancery. : ='mI yot
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,4 f .DISTRICT-COURT. .... .-... .Point. .. .,? ,. ._..... .... County Treasurer:-S. S. Smith, Madison. JOHN H. WADLEIGH. (oo tI _?, e ..., .
Titusville. Collector of Revenue-B. V. Wadsworth < ., .
raft Clerk-A. A. Stewart, osr ;: ::
Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. "' BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN 0s-: :
Sheriff-- l. E. English Titusville.: .. Madison. A 3t.jJ
Jacksonville. the. above entitled cause, and .
JI3.rlhal-J. H. Durkee, process =
F. Reed Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY. .
r't OoUecWrpfRevenU regularly issued therein and it p Sc-3 o
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-Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. appearingthat
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Schools John H. Laws .O .
Superintendent of '.' '"* County Judge-John G. Webb,'Manatee. the defendants ''Ellen E. Wadleigh .::s :: c) "C::, ':j -
INTERNAL REVENUE. City Point.' ; Clerk Robert S. Griffith Manatee. and John w:; () ':
... H. Wadleigh reside beyond the -C)
'Collector S. 0. Thompson, Jacksonville. :' .. A.L1J9uN. r'1.... ...;.., '< p.ti
Sfieriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. limits of the State of }Florida to wit, in one ....C) <'o4C) rn _

fr : COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. . '. ,County J il'dge-William Clark. :.* Collector of Revenue-r-Heriry E. Carlton, of. the.United States; O t.j \
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John W. Howell,'Fernandina. (tierk James S. Fa1ll11n. i, .>' .; ,; Fort Green. It is therefore ordered that the defendants, .g.t:2, -< 53 : :"t::: r '

.Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.- V;;i Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and the said John H. '< 1.1ooo :: :-= ;..;. -

F. House, St. Augustine., Treasurer-J. P. Richards. F.".. Pine Level. Wadleigh do appear in the ''said Circuit -Z.., d E ::
i 'Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. v MARION COUNTY. Court and. demur, plead or answer the said (tI C
Superintendent of'Schools-W. G. Coxwell. bill before the first in *; -
on or Monday November .
State Officers. J. H. Williams Ocala. 52 '=
County Judge-
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]r next A.. D. 1885. otherwise the state- t
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CLAY COUNTY. t Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. 15 cr: n
and in said bill '< Slo-- '"
ments averments charges 0 rC I
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# EXECUTIVE DEPA TME\'T. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff"E. T. Williams Ocala. .. ) c.tI en .
contained will be taken confessed and '
as a
.t Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee.Lieutenant .Park. Collecor of Revenue W. P. Trantham, .decree confesso entered therein in con- -3 S oC- ,C) tj: f'IIC5
pro ,
' Governor Milton H. Mabry, Clerk-G.-N: Bardin'Green Cove Spring. Ocala. i \ .' formity to the rules regulating such causes. -:) -->2WJ e""'t"4t (g
W. DeWitt Green Cove Scho'ols-M-. :
Leesburg. Sheriff James Superintendent of Payne, ? = 1
t Fernandina, Fla.. September 19, 1885. ::: Q n::
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. JOHN A. EDWARDS, C) (( C)0 %

lahassee. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Wilson,.Green MONROE COUNTY. 44 Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. --t.j; ...........-.:..... .-3...
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Comptroller-W. D. Barnes,.Tallahassee' Superintendent of 'Schobls'=;;" Geo. W. Hall. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. O =<..-i) :: 0... Q

Treasurer-E. S. Crill. Tallhaas- Mcltae. COUNTY. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. In the Circuit Court, W;:: <-' -C;....... :o-;
COLUMBIA
:M.
-Ge? eral--C. Cooper .
A. Demerritt West.
Sheriff George Key g
see.Commissioner County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., J..ake'City. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAU ..... ..--! &,ry,, o>
of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. C'lerk--John: Vinzant Jr., Lake City. Key West. COUNTY, FLORIDA. :-:'; :::..=' en) :CJJ; hI r

Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff G. P. Farwell, Iike'City.: Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key ?? Oa OC=) "' "1

.. Russell, Jacksonville. Taxes ..Payne Lake City. :
Collector of West. S1.,322.p
ELVIRA C. HORSEY EMILY
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,i Adjutant-General-David Lang. Sheffield ::
Superintendent of Schools W. A. NASSAU COUNTY.CountyJudgeHintoll "_.J ":1
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A. NOYES E. P. NOYES, ] ::- ... :;I........
SUPREME COURT. Lake City. :; _
and CHARLES A. NOYES | 0
J. Baker Fernan- '
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y Chief Justice-Geo. G, McWborter. DADE. dina. vs. f In Chancery. -c.... OC) g..Q :-:

Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-*Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. ELLEN E.S.WADLEIGHJOHN I :: ,Z.":.:.'.:y:CJ3..-.00.... m
f hassee. 'Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina.r H.'Y ADLEIGII,and ALONZO I OO1

Associate'Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Win. :M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- B. NOYES. J j 05

Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN .:;I .... -- -C.-. m

n Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer- A the above entitled cause, and process 0ss i i :3 i""

r CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. regularly issued therein, and it appearingthat

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

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

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

p Third C'ircuit-E. J.Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. States ;
I Fourth C'ircuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- It is therefore ordered that the said defen- .
sonville. L. Orlando. '
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County Judge-J. Bryan, -
dants the said Ellen E. S. and
ville. Wadleigh .
Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. .
: Fifth C'ircuit-Thomas F., King, Gaines- Jacksonville. ,Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- John H. Wadleigh, do appear in the said
r ville. Circuit Court and demur, plead or answer ,
? Superintendent of Schools William H.Bab- lando. "* -) ; 0( '
C'ircuit-H. L. Mitchell the said bill before the first
Sixth Tampa.
on or Monday r
cock Jacksonville. Schools John T. Beeks
Superintendent of ,
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando. in November next, A.D. 1885 otherwise the
ESCAMBIA. statements, averments and charges in said ,
O. Fries Orlando.
Calendar, Walter Tate. Surveyor-J. bill contained will be taken confessed 4 "
Vb urt (County Judge- Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs.Wilcox. as Y :
, FIRST CIRCUIT. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. and a decree pro confesso entered therein in 't.' '!: .
POLK. to the rules such
Fall Term- Shir ff-Joseph'Vilkins. conformity regulating

+ 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, 1885. ,
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. JOHN A. EDWARDS, ,':. '.
October. FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. 44 Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. ,

2d after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. .J" -
Washington, Monday. Robert G. Baker. ,
County Judge-
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of Schools-John Snoddy.
in October. Superintendent Notice of Insolvency.
t Clerk-J. A. Atkins. ,..
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. IN COUNTY COURT, Nassau County, ',. ...

.t October. Treasurer-R: H. Porter. Judfie of Probate-T.S. Houghton, Palatka. Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt ad-
Escambia, 1st Monday in December.This Collector oj Revenue-George A. Patton. .Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson,
act amended section 2 of act of February C. Hicks. deceased late of the aforesaid having .
Superintendent of Schools-Henry Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. county -
; 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. f Collector of Revenue-Joseph' Price. filed in the office of the County Judgeof .; ;,..' .

Y Spring Term. .. : Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, said county, a written suggestion of the ,1!
( THIRD CIRCUIT. County 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

Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. estate, to file the same, duly authenticated,
Madison, 2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff IS. A. Tucker, Perry. in the office of the County Judge of said

S 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

Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner ber, A. D. 1885, at which time there will bea
HAMILTON COUNTY.
April. Perry rata payment to creditors entitled
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper.. County Treasurer;-D. S. Sutton, Perry. thereto pro and the Administrator discharged. TOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. _

April.Lafayette. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Witness my hand and seal as County -

r 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee Perry. Judge of said county, this 10th day of Fernandina,

.I in April. Collector of Revenue John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. April, A. D. 1865.

Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid, County Judge-John Chain. H. J. BAKER, Towns on R. R. Line.

I Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Jasper.. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. County Judge.

October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. Fernandina April 11, 1885. 6mo And Cedar Key.
Madison, 2d Monday in October. Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rer.'enue-'V. J. Williams.
Hamilton 4th Monday in October. County The time of the final distribution in the
Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
above-mentioned estate has been postponedto
w Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Brooksville.
1 October. Sheriff-J. A. Jennings, JOHN'S COUNTY. November 3, 1885.

Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday in Assessor Collector of of Revenue-Jno.E.Taxes-J. F. Shands King,,Lecanto.Brooks- County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus H. J. BAKER Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

October. tine. td County Judge.

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday xille.Superintendent of Schools-, ?. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. number of the most eligible and desirable
, in October. Floral Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine Notice.
City.
FOURTH CIRCUIT .. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, WHEREAS APPLICATION HAS been Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
Spring Term HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. the County Court.in and for

St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, the County of Nassau, Florida by T. A. City or Suburban Residences,
'" Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. C'lerk-'V. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. Acosta Administrator of the estate of JaneY.

B'adfoM,1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. :Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. Acosta for an order to sell for paymentsof UPON EASY TERMS.

Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Ret'enue-'V. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, debts, the following real estate, belongingto
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, that is,
( .K Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. HOLMES. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. Lots seven ((7)), nine ((9)) and ten ((10)) in Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

Fall Term- County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Collector of Ret'enue-I. N. Withers, Lees- Block No. four ((4)) ; also Lots seven ((7)), nine
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-1. H. Pitman. burg.Superintendent. ((9)), and i of ten ((10))' in Block No. nine ((9)), parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. of Schools-C. F. Venable, the City of Fernandina, County of Nassau,
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Sumterville. Florida, (Old Town), with the improve- rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. COUNTY. ments; and Theodore Rousseau, Julius D.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE Rousseau, Eustis J. Acosta, Lilian Marton, erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH JACKSON. County Judge M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. wife of Charles Marton, Kate Acosta, Alberti
Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. residence in which to conduct their
Acosta,Isadore Acosta,Odena AcostaCharles, or
CIRCUIT. Baltzell.
County Judge-George F. Sheri, -John R. Sessions Live Oak.
Acosta, Francis Acosta, Julia A. Acosta
Spring Term-
Clerk Frank Philips. Relenue-'Vilson H. Sessions
Collector of
,
heirs of said Jane Y. Acosta deceased business.
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff-Andrew Scott. Live Oak. are
Marion 4th Tuesday in March. cited and notified to show cause on or before
,
Treasurer-James E. Heam. A. W. Mizzell
Superintendent of ScJiools- the 10th day of September, 1885, why said INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn.
March. Schools-Samuel J.Erwin. order should not be granted if any they
Superintendent of VOLUSIA COUNTY. H. J. BAKER by exemption for a term of from
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in can. years
March. JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-. County Judge, N. C. ,

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

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

Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. Fernandina, Fla., August 14, 1885. 4w W. LEWIS,
v Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New Fernandina.

Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. County treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. In the Circuit Court, pSOffice, DurySe building (up stairs),
WAKULLA COUNTY.
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAU
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-R. S. Smith. corner Centre and First streets.
'' in November. ticello. Crawfordville. COUNTYFLORIDA..
j Sheriff-Charles S.Alligood,
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. 1

:Spring Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, CATHARINE .ANN BYRD j In ChancervV. .
Orange, 4th :Monday in January. Crawfordville. } Order-Divorce. ,
Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby J
t4 Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- JACOB DANIEL BYRD.

, Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.RamseyNew fordville. IT APPEARING, FROM THE AFFIDAvit -
pi ; Dade, 3d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- of Catharine Ann Byrd, the complainant ,

Fall Term- runty Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New fordville.. in above suit, that the defendant, ., f'
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. Jacob Daniel Byrd, is absent from said ,

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County, and that his place of residence in .... r ,,.
Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Bnrch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. said State is unknown to her, and that she

J Dade, 2d Monday in November. Sheriff--John C. McSween. has failed to discover the same after diligent .
LEON COUNTY.
1-. Treasurer-James E. Bowers. inquiry :
,., $ County Officers. County Judge -E. M. West, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-W' B. McLeod. Now, therefore, it is ordered that the said ,

;I ALACHUAt Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. defendant, Jacob Daniel Byrd, appear and .
Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. answer or demnr to complainant's said bill '>"
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County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. of complaint, filed in said Court, in the :.. : .
ville. Tallahassee. County Judge -Win. B. Jones. county of Nassau, ,on or before the first .

Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D. D. Melvin. Monday in October, being the fifth day of 'f'i.., -
H c Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla Sheriff 8. W. Davis. said month, A. D. 1885. And this order is ; 'J'- "
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Treasurer Thomas J. Miller. to be published in the Florida Mirror, a

; ville. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-John Roche. newspaper published in the city of Fernan \ {, '

Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Superintendent of Schools Henry Bush. dina, county of Nassau, and State of Flori- .' .; _rt-,"
Clerk J. M. Barco Bronson.
Gainesville. ,.. .
da, for four consecutive weeks. ..
BAKER COUNTY. Sheriff-W. H Bigham, Bronson. Witness, the Hon. James M. Baker, Judge ", ; 1'' jY ..
Collector Revenue Notice for Final Discharge. ;
' i County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar of W. H. Anderson, of said Court, and the seal thereof this .:: .

Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr.. Sanderson. Key. MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST the 3rd day of September, A. D. 1885, -,-; I "..fr.
Schools '
Superintendent Jas. P. DePass .
,, Sheriff J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. of' publication of this notice I will presentto by J. A. EDWARDS, "'

Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor Clerk Circuit Court; N. C. y -
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LIBERTY. : ;
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Nassau final accounts and .. ,
derson. county, my ."" ('--'r'"
+ Superintendent of Schools-Wm. Lessene, County Judge-JL F. Hosford. vouchers as executor of the estate of :MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING 2. I
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r Sanderson. s' 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. -

County Judge-J. Richard Lake Butler. 7rea.nlTer-J. E. Roberts. discharge.JOHN A. ELLERMANN, send for our Select List of
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A Collector of Revenue-L. G. Wilder. FINE ADVERTISERS & Co.,
York Executor. PRINTING. SEND YOUR pers. Geo. P. Rowell
F. Lake
!L' Clerk-Henry Butler., Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. Gregory.. Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m FOR: to the MIRROR office. 10 Spruce Street, >..ew York..

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.11 GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP' CHANDLERY ETC. I RAILROADS FLORAE
and Nashville Railroad for New-
CARL CENTRAL fe WESTERN BIVISION., Orleans and Texas points and the West and

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TillE OF THE (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEB RIVER.) Northwest. At Savannah with CentraV
Railroad of for all
Georgia points West and
FLORIDA. RAILWAY &JIAYIGATI05 COHPASY.. WESTWARD.No.. 1. No. 5. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-

:Day Pass. Way Fr't. way for all points North, with steamships
October
In Effect ,12, 1885. Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 a m '11.30 p m for New York Boston and Baltimore. At.

Arrive Baldwin.......,.,. 8.10 a m 12.30 a m Charleston with steamships for New York_
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION Leave Baldwin............. 8.13 am 1.30 a m Philadelphia and Baltimore
(FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) 'Lake, City.......... 9.45am 4.50am Through Tickets sold to all points by Rait

(Central, or Ninetieth:Meridian, Time.) 14 LiveOak............10.33 am 6.50am' and Steamship connections, and Baggage?
SOUTH. :Madison ............11.57am 9.45am. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
GOING
". 'Monticello..12.15 p m and sections secured at Company's office ia-

Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.00pm 3.00pmLeave Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot
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AM.. P.M. Tal.lahassee......._ 2.06 m 3.45 m Ticket Office, and on board People's
Leave Fernandina..................10.10 5.00 "' Quincy............. 3.10pm p 5.55pm p Line Steamers.H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEB
Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.35 5.32 Arrive Chatta. River.... 4.40 p m 8.00 p m and JENNIE,LANE.
Arrive Callahan..11.27 6.35 JAS. L. TAYLOR.

Leave Callahan......................11.33 6.50. EASTWARD.No.. No. 6. General Passenger Agent.R. .
P.M. G. FLEMING Superintendent.
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Leave Button.................. ....12.05 7.38 o Day Pass. Freight.
Le ieCh8tt'chee.River.ll.oo a m 8.30 pm
Leave Branch12.21
Brandy 7.57
Arrive Baldwin...................12.40 8.25 Quincy ..............12.44pm 10.15am Florida Southern Railway Co.

Leave Baldwin.......................12.47 9.00 ,Arrive Tallahassee........ 1.52pm 12.15am
.- ., Leave Maxville.................... 1.10 9.25 Leave" Tallahassee ......_ 2.00 p m 4.00 a'm ORANGE BELT ROUTE.

Leave Highland.....................- 1.30 9.47 Monticello.......... 2.45 pin
i 3 Leave Lawtey......................... 1.45 10.03 Madison ............ 4.26pm 9.25am GOING SOUTH.
.31c'' ors Leave Temple's...................... 2.03 10.22 Live Oak..._...... 5.46pm 12.40pm Accom. Fast Mail.
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1+ : Leave Starke.......-................ 2.26 10.30 Lake City-......... 6.40pm 3.20pm Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. .
Leave Thurston...................... 2.41 10.46 Arrive Baldwin............. 8.10 pin 6.15 pm Jacksonville, viaJ.
M,.. LZOUrNP0&C0.NY' Arrive Waldo....................... 3.02 11.10 Leave Baldwin........... 8.13 pm 6.50 p m T. & K.W. R'v.................... 7.45 a m

Leave Waldo........................ 3.15 ...... Arrive Jacksonville...., 8.52 p m 8.10 p m 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. Souln 4.50 p m 9.45 a m
-- tE- Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.36 ...... will run Mondays.ST. : Ar.Interlachen........... 6.30 p m 10.50 a m

Leave Archer........................ 4.56 ...... MARK'S BRANCH. Ar. Waifs Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m
...................... Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40pm 12.00 n'n
Leave Bronson.. 5.29 ......
Leave Tallahassee.................... ... 7.30am Lv. Rochelle. .
.. ........... 9.05 m 12.20
A. B. IsTOYES Leave Otter Creek................; 6.13 ......, Arr \.e'Vakulla............................. 8.47am Ar. p p m
Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45
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Leave Rosewood 6.53
Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.15 a m Ar. Micanopy12.50 a m 12.50
-DEALER INFAI&ILY Arrive Cedar Key......:........... 7.25 ...... Leave St. Mark's-.......................10.00 a. m Ar. Ocala.................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p p m in

GOING NOKTH. Arrive Wakulla-...........................10.28 anI Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25am 3.17pm

Day Pas Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee.........................11.45 a m Ar. Leesburg............... 7.00am 3.55pm

[ GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES }> A.:iJl. ...... Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00 p m
Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.30 ...... CONNECTIONS.At Ar. Pemberton's Ferry.. ............ 7.00 m
Leave Rosewood.................... 8.05 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Lv. p
Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... all points North and East with the Fernan- i Leesburg, Johns
Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 ...... ; & Lake Eustis DIV.... ............ 4.00 pm
dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
and Grain Stores Ar. Fort ......... .
Mason.. .. ....
Ship .. ..
Hay Leave Archer........................ 9.46 ...... dina and with Steamers for all points 4.45pm
; on Lv. Fort Mason... ....... .. .
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Leave Palmer.......................10.03 ...... 4.55pm
the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
Ar. Altoona................ ............ 5.30pm
Leave Arredondo...................10.18 ......
At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen-
Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6A5 pm
PAINTS AND CROCKERY Leave Gainesville..10.44 ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- Lv. Fort Mason............10.00
FURNITURE Arrive Waldo...... .. .............11.23! ...... nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. a m 5.00 p m
tJ JL\J JLJiMlHARDWARE Ar. Eustis..................10.10 a m 5.10 p m
A. I,1:. At Live Oak, with tHe Savannah. Florida Ar. Tavares .................10.40 5.30
Leave Waldo.........................11.53 2.30 &Western Railroad. a m p m
Ar.Lane Park11.00 a m 5.45 p m
WILLOW-WARE ETC. P. M. At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
Leave Thurston..........i.........12.15 2.55 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- GOING NORTH.
Leave Starke...............:.........12.48 3.18 urdays.At Daily. Fast Mail.
Leave Temple's....................12.53 3.23 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Daily.Lv. .
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.N. Leave Lawtey........................ 1.09 3.46 I 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 m
Leave Maxville...................... 1.47 4.35 Louisville" and all points West, Southwest, Lv. Altoona...............- 8.50 a m
E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Ferunmliiia, Fla. 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 5.35 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. I. Lv. Eustis.................... 4.20 p m 9.15 a m
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.27 5.58 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to Ar. at Fort Mason from

Leave Dutton......................... 2.42 6.14 all points West. Lane Park................ 4.30 p m 9.20 a m at
Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.55 For information respecting routes, rates, Ar. at Fort Mason from

Leave Callahan...................... 3.15 7.10 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Astor...................... 9.40 a in

Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.12 8.12 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Lv. Fort Mason............ 9.50
Arrive Fernandina................. 4.40 8.50 a ra
E. DOTTERERINVITES sonville.
H. Ar. Leesburg............... 10.35 a m
SS-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
secured at Ticket Office Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 a m
daily.PENINSULAR. Company's Depot ,
Night Passenger Ar. ..............
ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF and at new office southwest corner of Bay Leesburg 10.25 a m

and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. Ex.Sun. a E
*' DIVISION. A. o. MACBONELL, Lv. Leesburg.............. 6.30pm 10.45 a m
-+ =- -I-J (WALDO TO.WILDwOOD AND TAVARES.) Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m 11.18 a m

FINE FAMILY (GROCERIES } GOING SOUTH. Fernandina, Fla.C. Ar. Ocala.....................10.30 p m 12.25 p'ra e
{ Day Pas. Nt Pas. I' ,Yo MAXWELL, Ar. Micanopy.............. 2.45am 2.05pm
-+ } P.M.'P.MLeave Master of Transportation, Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 a in 2.35 pm
t* 'Val do............1............ 3.12 11.25 Jacksonville, Fla. Lv. Rochelle................ 3.50 a m 2.40 p m

Leave Dixie....................,...... 3.31 11.50 D. E. MAXWELL, Ar. Gainesville............. 4.20 a m 3.05 p raLv
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF A.M. General Superintendent 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 pra
i Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.06 12.30 Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a m 3.24 p m
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY Leave Citra........................... 4.29 11.52 Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. Interlachen............ 6.10 a m 4.0G p m
Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.44 1.07 Ar. J,T & K W June.... 7.30 a m 4.55pm
Leave Anthony Place............ 4.59 1.22 WAYCROSS SIIORT LINE. Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 5.10 p ra
SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.32 ....... Ar. Jacksonville........... 1.22pm 7.12 pra

Leave Ocala.........................._ 5.56 2.10 All trains of this road are nan by Central I TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .

PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.36 2.55 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes Ocala, Leesburg..... ............ Fast Mail
Leave Oxford ........................ 6.52 3.15 slower than Jacksonville time.
For Pemberton's Ferry...........
Wildwood................... 7.08 3.35 }
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF Leave For Astor.................... ............ 11.45 a ra
..................... 7.38 4.12
Leave Leesburg. and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885, : For Pal t ka.............. "| Ex. Sun. ..............
................... 8.10 4.50 ON
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GOING NORTH. as follows: For St. Augustine....J 3.00am 2.05pra:
- I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES 1- A.M. P. M. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.FrmPemberton'sFerry .

Leave Tavares........................ 7.15 8.20 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a m
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Leave Leesburg..................... 7.44 9.02 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 ............ "j Fast Mail
pm Frm Astor and ............ ......_......
Leave Wildwood.... .............. 8.12 9.55 Leesb'rgFrom >
Callaahn at............ 8:08
Arrive at daily : a m
BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. Ocala................. ............J 3.05pm
Leave Oxford......................... 8.23 10.12 Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10:00 a m
Leave Lake Weir Station........ S.38 10.33 Thomasville at...... 1:30 From palatka........... ") Ex. Sun. ..............
Arrive at daily p m From Jacksonville.... .............. ..............
Leave Ocala........................... 9.19 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m > '
NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. Leave Silver Spring................ 9.32 ....... Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50: p m From St.Augustine. 9.30 pill 12.45 p m

A.M. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05: p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.
Second and Centre 8ts. FERNANDINA Leave Anthony Place..10.08 12.20 Arrive at :Mobile daily at...;........... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park Asta-
FLA Leave Sparr's.......................10.20 12.35 Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m tula, etc.:

Leave Citra.............................10.33 12.52 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg...........................10 30 a m ,
Leave Lochloosa..10.50 1.13 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg....;................ 4.45 pill
Leave Hawthorne..................11.10 1.33 cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield onlyafternoon -
I Leave Bixie.........................11.25 1.51 Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- trip :

Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.47 2.18 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 p raCONNECTIONS.
Jj 31"Day Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m.

1I Night Passenger daily.F. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this .
train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile
and New Orleans. At Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa & "
& J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- Key West Railway and fast river steamersfor
(FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. St. Augustine,Green Cove Spring, Jacksonville -

H. B. AIKENS GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- and all points North, East and
A.M. P. M. ville to St. Louis Waycross.. West and with up-river steamers for South
Leave Fernandina................. 7.20 3.00 Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron
Leave Hart's Road................. 7.46 3.32 FAST MAIL. steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship
Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.45 4.15 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m "City of )Monticello" for Charleston, New t
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 PAINTER : Leave Jacksonville................. 9.30 5.30 Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m ways via Jacksonville; Tampa & Key NestRailway
Leave Hart's Road.......-..".........10.35 '6.25 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ,at Jacksonville 0 with Atlantic Coast
Arrive Fernandina..11.03 6.50 Arrive at Waycrbss daily at.......... 5:05 p m Line-Fast Mail.
j SJ- Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m At \ ait's Crossing with Florida Railway
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:53 a m Gainesville, with Savannah,.Florida &
Leave Fernandina.....6.50 4.30 I
a. m. p.m. Arrive at Washington,D.C., dail "_1l:45 p m I Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savannah -
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. m. 5.50 p.m. Arrive at New :York daily at........ 8:00 a m I New Orleans and all points North
Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 6.30 p.m. Pullman-Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, East and West; and with :Florida Railway
Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50 p. m. Savannah to New York without change. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key,

Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa.At .
J v EAST,FLORIDA EXPRESS.
CONNECTIONS.AT Ocala, with Florida Railway & Navi-
.......... 7:20
Leave Jacksonville daily at. p m gation Company, and hacks for Silver
..... 8:55
FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at. a m Spring.
With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave at Callahan daily at-......_... 8:35 p m At Leesburg with the St. John's & Lake
ship'Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Gainesville daily at............ 6.00 p m Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
for New York on Thursday. Leave Live Oak daily at. .............. 8.55 p m Railway, and boats on Lake Harris for
With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at BuPont daily at.............11:00 pm points on lake.
PAPER HANGING ALSOMINIM 1 nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT :Arrive \YaJTCTOSS daily at..........10:55 p m. At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
CALliiHAir. Arrive! at Jesnp daily! at..:.............12:55 a m for Brooksvilla Tuckertown, Fort Dade,
Arrive at Thomasville daily,at...... 7:15 a m
and South Florida.
To and from Savannah and 'Charleston, Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a'm Tampa, BROMWELL
O. W.
and all points! North nVest, : daily.AT ,Arrive at Brunswick daily at......... 8:00 a m General Pass.Agent., .

HAWTHORNE Arrive at Macon daily at.-............ 8:50 a m SHERMAN CONANT
To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:30 p m General Manager.
AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m ,
PAINTING OF ALL KINDSDONE With Stage'Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m a 1
Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive Washington daily;.......10:30 a m JAMES lUcGI"FIN,
KEY Arrive at New York daily at.......... 5:30 p m
AT CEDAR FLA.,
AT, REASONABLE RATES AND IN A FIRST-CLASS :MANNER. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman ,Buffet and Sleeping" 'Cars via CONTRACTOR .AND 'BUILBER. :
West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross, and Pullman Palace SleepingCars
Orleans every Friday; from Key'West and via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Alachua Street, between Second and Third
Havana every Friday; from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and

every Saturday.With Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia and FERNANDINA, FLA. I Ii
SHOP LOCATED SWANN'S CONCRETE BUILDING, Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for: all points West and
for and from Key West and Northwest. ij!
Monday Orders and estimates from a distance care-
Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Mon- Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
FOOT OD51 CENTRE STREET. day and Friday. to Louisville via Thomasville. fully attended. to. 25-tf ,


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FLORIDA MIRROR. The Semi-Weekly Steamship Line. inconvenience to himself: ? How Does :Tour Watch Run? Clothing.

: THE As will be seen' from! the advertisement of In fact, is he a' man who is willing to live A watch impregnated with magnetism Handsome$ line,.of fall. Clothing, just
i i&wk iI and let live or is he like a dog in the received -
manger "
the Mallory Steamship Line in another column that will neither eat or suffer others to do so? cannot "keep time" It will vary irregu- at J. & T. KYDD'S.

fS.OO A 'YEAR '1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS the foliowirigfscbedulehas' ; made SCALAWAG. larly, ,gaining and losing 'and 'stopping, in" 'Mott's'Sweet'Cider at lOc: a quart, at

for the steamships running between this Fernandina, !la., October 8, 1885. the most'ann'oyi'ng sort of way It has been JACOB
KL.IRER'S.
Reflections. port and New York :- found that this magnetic. or ,electric. ihflu4 -,
rt; A Passing Poem for Phonettcomantacs. ; >
Steamers. Lv. hew York. ir.Farnandina ence is the direct cause of the "queer freaks" Gent. Furnishing 'GoodsIn

! ?t t Major George R. Fairbanks returned from City of San Antonio-Friday Oct. 23 Wed. Oct. 28. and unaccountable behavior of fine watches, all styles AT PAUL FU. KE'8':

bis summer residence in Sewanee, Tenn., State of Texas..Tues.y, Oct. 27 Sat. Oct. 31. We hear a great,deal, in certain quarters, audis, the secret enemy which has under- The Best

this week. Carondelet.....;...-..Friday, Oct. SO Wed. Nov. 4., of the immense advantages to be derived Smokes
of San Antonio_ Nov 3 Sat. mined the reputation and baffled the skill Can be had at HOYT & Co's. The
City Tues'yi Nov.,7. from the use of what is called phonetic Times-
Mrs. returned from Henderson-
Maughs '
stir Union and
State of Texas..Friday, Nov. Wed.Nov.ll. of best watchmakers.Giles Cigar Buck-Eye Smokin To-
' ville N.C., by the City of Monticello on Wednesday Carondelet.............Tues'y; Nov;10 Sat. Nov.11;: spelling." Heaven knows the English,lan Bro. & Co. have published a very interesting bacco. Sole Agent.; b

evening last. City of San Antonio-Friday Nov.13 Wed.Nov.18. guage isdifficnlt enough when taught to little pamphlet describing the ef- Towels Towels
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i* The brig J. Brigldman is unloading, a car- State of'Texas..Tues'y, Nov.17. Sat. Nov.-21. our own ,children, or to be acquired by an fect of magnetism in watches, which can be One hundred dozen Towels at 55

' go of hay, brick and coal for Fred W. Hoyt Carondelet..Fridayl; .Nc;>v.20 Wed.Nov.25.< unfortunate foreigner, without introducingthe had free on application. ,It also.describes, dozen this week, at cents a.

&,Co. A. B. Noyes and others, at Centre hopeless confusion of the phonetic sys- : the Anti-Magnetic Shield for Watches," MODE BRO'S.
The "World's" Florida Edition.A -1
street dock. tem.The which has been proved to.be a perfect pro- Building Material.
} of the World will following ingenious by bring-
representative shortlybe poem
:Mr. C. Beal was admitted to member : tection against the magnetic and electric influence Brick, Lime Portland and .P.osen
; .
here -interview the people of Fernan ing various similarly sounding words into ale Cement
ship of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and is. especially:.advantageous in Plaster, Shingles, Nails, Sash, Doors '
dina and it is to be will meet juxtaposition will illustrate our meaning
i. South, in this city this week. hoped they railway service, where these influences: are and Blinds at
the matter with open hands and hearts, and and show how hopeless would be its intelligibility and.will prevent the breakageof FRED W. HOYT L Co's.

'I' Mr. F. W. Simmons accompanied :Mrs. weigh well the importance of his visit. if the eye (by judging of the spelling very strong, and
in magnetic Great
in
r main springs cyclones bargains Parasols
Simmons to Atlanta on Monday, where she 1itts, Lace
and derivation of the words did
Many of our neighboring cities,are prepar- ) not assist storms. Your jeweler can .furnish or procure Goods, etc.. at

goes to recuperate her health. ing already data and information relative to the ear, as to the. meaning! intended to be you this 'protection. ; if, not, send to PAUL FUSKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.

a The fall term of the Circuit Court for this his visit. The leading men of the State are conveyed by the waggish author. : for
Giles Bro. & Co., the Chicago jewelers a Collars and Cuffs.
county convenes at the court-house in this interested and all realize the necessity of Commending the"poem in extenso to com-
be mailed
will
descriptive circular; which A full line of Gents' Collars
: city on Tuesday next. Hon. J. M.: Baker being identified. We certainly must not be petitive examiners and "Spelling Bee-i igs," free on application. I : always in. stock, at and Cuffs.

will preside. behind and from the shower of capital; and we reproduce it,'feeling.confident its careful MODE BRO'S.

l Three hundred passengers arrived here people that will necessarily follow, we must perusal will render the reader forever after All-Wool Undencear. The Celebrated Chase R

Wednesday evening by the steamships San endeavor.to obtain our share. charitable" to the stammerings of the best All-Wool Scarlet Knit Underwear $1.25 a Roasted CoffeesCan San&orn

'y w : Antonio of the Mallory Line and the City ofMonticetlo. This is not''an advertisement but a description educated foreigners,and tolerant of the slipsof suit, at J. & T. KYDD'S. be obtained from

of the Charleston Line. of facts; connected with the enter- the pen in ordinary correspondents: 43 3t FRED W. HOYT & Co.

prise that is being manifested by the peopleof THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.A For Rent.
Rev. A., A. Robinson, formerly pastor of
: Fernandina. The New York World pretty deer Is dear to me Pleasant suite of rooms over Bargain Store, Refrigerators at Fred W. Hoyt & Co's
the Methodist Episcopal, South in this city, A hare with downy hair; Second street, near Centre. Furniture Store, Centre Street.
'but now Presiding Elder of this District,was reaches daily two hundred thousand people I love a hart with all my heart
and is read who have But barely bear a bear. Remember the closing out sale in
by men capital, Dress Goods. Dry
in the city this week attending Quarterly Goods, etc.. at .
+' Conference. and is perused by those who are looking for 'Tis To plain have that no of one takes a- plane, New fall Dress Goods, just received, at PAUL FUSKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.To .

t places to invest their money., It is the purpose A rake, though a'pare often pears takes; a rake J. & T. KYDD'S.
The Presbyterian Church having secured
of the New York World to issue, inconnection To tear away the tares. Contractors.
the services of Rev. R. M. Tuttle of Virginia -
All Wool Proposals will be received
with its Sunday edition, one All rays raise thyme, time razes all ; by the School
preaching will be resumed tomorrowat hundred and fifty thousand extra copies, And, through the whole, hole wears.A Scarlet Flannel Suits, $1.75. Commissioners of Nassau county for the
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sundayschoolat write in writing right" may write 43 W. J. LOHMAN. erection of a school building in the city of
comprised of eight pages, exclusively devoted It right," and still be wrong, Fernandina, Fla.
; 9:30 a. m. to the interests of Florida. This will For "write and"rite" are neither right," Plans and specifications may be seen, and
And don't to write
The steamships whichcleared, at. this port bring Fernandina before the eyes of not less belong. 1 Jerseys. full information obtained.by application to

t' this, week were unable to/take all the cotton. than three million of readers. The united Beer often brings a bier to man; Great bargains in. ladies' Jerseys, at fifty'cents the undersigned.
'M Coughing, a coffin brings, at J. & T. KYDD'S. Proposals for carpenter and mason work
-, Nearly a thousand bales are left in the yard press of the country will naturally reproduce And too much ale will make us ail, to be made separately All to be sealed and

ti, of the Florida Railway & Navigation Company while many of the papers of Europewill As well as other things... For Raffle. endorsed "Proposals for Work and .

,1 and on the docks. copy, and Florida will be known as it The person lies who says he lies My place on Pine Island,containing eight Material for Erecting School Building," and
t When he is but reclining; acres. Chances, $2.00. The list is now openat left with the architect.,
The City of Monticetto, of the Charleston was never known before. And when consumptive folks decline .. Mr. Nix's News-stand in the Post Office. The Board reserves the privilege of rejecting -

# Line, which left for Charleston on Monday Can Fernandina afford to be ignored in They all decline declining.A MRS. LINE. I any, or all, proposals.By .

;; last, carried 250 bales of cotton. The City of such an enterprise? No! The people here quail don't quail before a storm order of the Board.

Falatka which left on Thursday, carried 622 need capital and a few hundred thousandsin A bough will bow before it; For Rent. J, H. BAKER,
A We cannot rein the rain at all- A two-story dwelling ,house on Fourth Chairman..
-W bales, 190 bales of which were taken on at the! way of local improvements: giveto No earthly power reigns o'er it. street between Centre and Alachua streets.J. R. S.SCHUYLER,

r C Jacksonville. the present prosperity an increased value The dyer dyes awhile then dies; FRED LOHMAN. Architect.

The first Northern mail since Sunday and to our city a representation that will be To dye he's always trying Gents' Goods
Furnishing Notions .
t Until his dying-bed Jerseys.A etc
reached this city on Thursday evening having lasting.Mr. He thinks no more of dyeing.A new lot of Black Jerseys at $1.00. at at cost, atPAUL
!> U J. B. the Southern FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.
: been detained at Savannah by the wash- Fraley, representative MODE BRO'S.
son of Mars mars a Sun
I 1 outs in the roadbed of the Savannah, Flor- of the New York World, will, in time All deys must have many their days,;
And should each Trim, and Stylish Business Suits for In the Circuit Court,
ida & Western Railway, occasioned by Sun personally interview the citizens of Fernau- every Knight pray nightTo
Him:who weighs his ways. the Fall. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
k dina.
ttoVZf, day's storm. See my immense assortment. Nothing
'Tis meet that should mete COUNTY, FLORIDA.A. .
man out meat
rt\
f better in quality, fit and price has ever been
W Mr. M. Downey returned on the steamship Mrs. Grundy To feed misfortune's son;
Says
The fair should fare love alone offered anywhere. Good serviceable, and
on B. NOYES
f San Antonio this week from the North., That the persistent urging and crowdingof Else one cannot be won. at prices extremely low. vs. } Claim] $941, Bond im-

1rJ-:; where he has been purchasing a stock of passengers coming from trains and boats W. J. LOHMAN HENRY HART. Attachnient-
Alas, alas I is something false
; 43 Corner Sixth and Ash Streets.
>' } goods for his new store on Centre street ,1 by, the street arabs and hack drivers is a Of faults a maid is made; ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
known as the "City Mart," which will Her waist is but a barren waste- YOU writ of attachment has been issued
nuisance in this and should
be
growing city, Though stayed she is not staid. Great sacrifice in Summer Clothing, at
;ti be opened to the public next week. stopped. PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.For against you and your property attached to
satisfy the demand of A. B. Noyes, amount-
The springs spring forth in Spring and shoots
J1 f The following Fernandinians returned That cotton shipments through this port Shoot forward one and all ; ing to $941.79. Now, unless you shall appear -
home during the week : Mrs. II. E. Dotterer Though Summer kills the flowers, It leaves Sale. before his Honor James M. Baker,
will be this
heavy season. The leaves to fall in Fall.I .
t't..i and Miss Mary Dotterer from Charleston ; Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet Judge of the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
That since those sliding seats have been location desirable neighborhoodselect. Circuit, in and for Nassau County, on the
would a story here commence, square; ;
f :Mrs. T. Kydd from New York Mrs. C. W.
; before the post-office windows the public is But you might find it stale ; On one of the lots is a six-room cottage first Monday in January, A. D. 1886, being
obliged to wander around from pillar to post The tail end of our tale. cool in Lots face three be'rendered against you, and your propertysold
l ,.: North; Conductor T. J. Eppes and family, always summer. on
in search of a resting place during the long to the debt.
:.' from Hendersonville, N.C. streets; ground high and dry ; no sand; best pay
waits for mail. Masonic.The bricked well of water in town ; half dozen II. J. BAKER,

Hi The washouts in the roadbed of the Flor- regular communication of Amelia sweet orange trees four years old ; several Attorney for Plaintiff.
That the breakwater before the new Fernandina Fla. October 3d
ida Railway & Navigation Company, between pa- Lodge, No. 47, F. & A. M., will be held on sour trees bearing; peaches and grapes two 1885. 3m
vilion at the beach didn't break the water old.Enquire.
"'!i ;5i&r this city and Baldwin, have been repaired Monday evening next, at the Lodge room, years
worth a cent. of GEORGE F. LEWIS. Notice of Incorporation.
tt 44:t sufficiently to admit the running of corner Second and Broome streets. Office Town Improvement Company.ALL .
{ M That the prevailing regret from the returning Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., meetsin
i;t'. the regular schedule, which had to be suspended i UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE-
regular convocation Thursday even- I THE
wife when she meets her other half on of the formation of
.S during Monday and Tuesday. ing next, at the Masonic Hall. !
at the depot is, "I'm sorry to see you look- KINDS OF JOB PRINTING EXE-
gil Mr. B. F. Rich, keeper of the drawbridges ing so thin and pale. How you must have in the highest style of the art, at THE EAST GEORGIA & FLORIDA RAIL-
;t MARINE.Port the MIRROR Steam Printing House. ROAD COMPANY,
\ on Amelia river, was in the city this week. worried about me." -,

t \r He reports that the rain-storm which passed That the boys stand around and snicker of.Fernandina. for the purpose of constructing, maintain-
ing and operating a railroad for public use
over the island on Saturday night did severe when he tells her that he has been "awfully -, HIGH WATER. in the of and

:..#"A damage to the county road. He has had the Saturday, Oct. 17............ 2:20 A.M. 2:49.P. M. COTTAGE conveyance persons propertyfrom
,
lonesome, and so glad she has re the \Iary's'Hiver., at or nearly -
"
Sunday, 18........... 3:17 3:42 LUCY opposite
4 turned. Monday 19 .......... 4:13: 4:36: to' the City of St. Mary's, Georgia, to the-
i passable! Tuesday 20............ 5:08" .5:29 Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, City of Jacksonville, Florida, by the most
1 t That the southern terminus of the new Wednesday, 21............ 6:00" 6:21 direct and practicable route through the-
r-'f The steamship San Antonio, which sailed railroad from Millen is the latest conjecture.That Thursday 22............ 6:48 7:07: FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Counties of Nassau and Dnval, Florida.W. .
h ... "
Friday, 23........ 7:33 7:51"
1r! : .: for New York yesterday afternoon carried its location at this place is one of the T. DILL,
ENTERED. Offers plen.santrooms,well furnished,withor
iU;:f'J the following cargo: 905 bales of cotton, 287 possibilities; but it would be at the loss of Oct. 15-Steamship San Antonio Wilder, from without board. Table Boarders will be H.W. S.E.MORSE KAY

;;:,1" .';! boxes of cedar, 340 sacks of cotton seed, 275 all interest that Jacksonville has shown in New York; freight and passengers to accommodated ; also transient. A. H. COX,,
f''''' R. W. Southwick, agent.
; ,' boxes of oranges, 37 barrels of rosin 10 bar the enterprise.That Oct. 12-Steamship City of Palatka Vogel from 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. C. P. GOODYEAR.

; \..! rels of spirits of turpentine and 50 packages if it does come here-but don't whoop Charleston ; to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Jacksonville, Fla., September IT, 1385.
I I Steamship City' of Monticello, McKee
/. .f '\ of merchandise. till it does. from Pal .tka; freight and passengers,

\4)t.Jt The Norwegian bark Bcrna Captain Coll- That M.Downey's purchases in New York to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. I
) Oct. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from ,
'I; :S" berg, put into this port yesterday in ballast. occupied a large space in the last steamer. Palatka; .freight and passengers to .. '.

W. O. Jeffreys, agent. ,. ". "I, ,....... "' -- .- -- ,,-,.w.i ._.. -:, .' .
; Captain Collberg will unload 100 tons of it Oct. Steamship City of Monticello McKee -- -- -
Scalawag .
Replies.To
;'. :j in order to bring her,draft down to 9 feet to from Charleston; freight ana passengers : .' co, '- ';'. ',-
: the Editor of the Mirror: to W. O. Jeffreys agent. : :t J
j allow her to cross St. Johns bar. The Berna 15-Brig John Brightman.Hauser,New York;
I noticed in your last week an item '
paper '
coal and general cargo to Fred W. 'r
.1 lost part of her from the chafing of
copper
I i under the head "Query," and would like Hoyt& Co.; A. B. Noyes and others. .. -
} ; her anchor chains, and she will go on the 12-Schooner Jessie & Lena, Rose, Newburyport .
ways in Jacksonville to have it replaced. to make some inquiries through your columns Mass.; ballast, Hilliard &Bailey. T
in reference to the things spoken of in CLEARED.
t : She was bound from Buenos Ayres to Brunswick
\ the above mentioned item. Oct. 16-Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder,
r! ,' Ga. Mechanic for New York; freight and passengers, : } RETAIL I, DEALERS }
I' ; have any more work to by R. W. Southwick agent.
;; :;, Change of Schedule. do when there is no 'laborers hereto Oct. Steamship City of Palatka Vogel for

w L A slight change of schedule, went into ef- interfere than he does when there is a few W.Palatka 0. Jeffreys; freight, Agent.and passengers, 'by

!M .t 'feet Monday morning last on the Florida live, laboring men here, who are willing to Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, Will find'i to their advantage to get our prices'
for Charleston freight and ,
',H Railway & Navigation Company, between work, and always command,good wages for by W. O. Jeffreys; agent. passengers before purchasing elsewhere. We offer many goodsat

: !' this city and Baldwin and Jacksonville. their work? 15-Steamship City of Palatka Vogel. for
,Charleston:freight and passengers, by less than they can be purchased' in competing'
i'I':1j, i On the main line the morning passenger Does he spend any more.money in town W. O. Jeffreys, agent.

; -r train leaves here at 10:10 a.m.-five minutes than some of those same men who he accuses 15-Steamship Palatka;City freight of Monticello and passengers McKee;,for by markets. We give particular attention to heavy

: earlier. The night passenger train leaves at of, saving every cent they can get to W. O. Jeffreys.

I, 5 p. m., instead of 530. The day north- take North with them, or does he even American rara; lumber brig,Rockport by J.Mizell, Holt& Bro.Deme- ; goods, such as BACON,.FLOUE, GlUTS, GRAIN, FEED,

bound passenger train arrives here at 4:40: p. spend as much as they pay for board and ce 15-Schooner Jessie& Lena Rose,New York; LUU: DING MATERIAL, etc:
lumber master.
m., instead of 4:30, and the night passenger .washing, not to mention their, luxuries in by

:t ;),i train at 8:50: a. m., instead of 8:36. the account? Ladies, Attention BST Ask for our prices when needing goods.

: On the Fernandina & Jacksonville Division Does he pay any more taxes to help build The war has commenced and we are opening I J

t'# ,.:, the trains on week days run :as follows: up the town than a poor Canadian does whois the fire of the Fall. campaign with prices EKED W., HOYT & CO.

Leave Fernandina at 7:20 a. m. and 3:00 not worth that mean success. '
f a certain and
sum therefore
"' Ladies' regular-made Lisle Thread Hoseat SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE '
.i;I"; f o'clock p. m., arriving at Jacksonville at is not taxable according to the laws of the 38 cents-worth $1.00.

::1'< 8:45 a. m. and 4:45 p. m.; leave Jacksonvilleat I Dominion?, All-Linen Towels,'20x36. Turkey-red border FEENANDINA, .' FLORIDA.

t at 9:30 a. m. and 5:30 p. m., arriving at Fer- When he has work does he pay his laborers handsome fringe, at 24 cents.
Ten dozen ,full-size white Honey-Comb
nandina at 11:03 a. m. and 6:50 m. off in
: p. good season, and on, regular pay Bedspreads at 50 cents.

i : On Sunday trains on this road leave Fer- days, as any man should do who employs Our Town-Talk Corset at 35 cents caps I

''fit; tl nandina for Jacksonville at 6.50 a. m. and help? the climax. ,, :. ;'.:', .
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"li.r 4:30 p. m., and leave Jacksonville for Fer And does he willingly accommodate a fel Any of the above goods at above prices, .:" ,;:,;. ,. > t l ; ",

f 4L':: nandina at 9:00 a. m. and 6:30: p. m.' low-tradesman when he can do so without for the next ten days only, at MODE, BRO'S.' '. ,:,;,=:'71: : ::'i: _;:c', Y :'"f :'' ''' '. .;, ; ,:: ,: .:. .r_:". ::f ..\'....-: (. ,..- -;.:; ;

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