Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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=- ITEMS OF INTEREST. alcohol and salicylic'acid (reducedby MAXIMILIAN'S' MAD 'WIDOW.:, lights 'up' the features of one of the Mrs. Grundy Says -"-',

and A few miles 'from Lacken the. fa most'unfortunate'women of our cen- That better things '' h
four times its bulk of water), : were expected: of Dr.: : ..

LICORICE can be successfully grownin then removing and drying them. It vorite residence of the King of the, tury.-Pall Mall.Gazette.. Pope's yacht than becoming' an oyster boat ,.
of the
California and most: -- -- -- -- early date. 'i'
is said that- matter treatedin Belgians stands the old Gothic cas- '
vegetable ON THE EVE OF 'WAR. That when .
last a young man 'takes his best
imported .
States yet we year ...
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of it. this way preserves its natural ap- tle of Bouchout,:at present the residence girl out driving each appear perfectly co'n'f:-:

nearly 40,000,000 pounds pearance,and never turns black. The of'the widow'of the Emperor SERVIA AND GREECE DETERMINED TO tented with the surroundings if she'holds! ':

MAJOR POWELL, of the Geological plan is considered particularly valuable -I! :Maximilian. !Not long along ago rumors FIGHT THE TURKS. the lines. =
has discovered in New Mexico LONDON, October 20.-Servia still That that portion of Third street IwCimro pn :
Survey, for orchids and other succulent were current, that the Empress shows no sign of penitence for her and .Alachua streets was put i '

near California Mountain I ,. what plants. of Mexico had regained her reason, rude jarring of the balance in the present excellent condition through; thelvatt '" :

he pronounces to be.the. oldest human ; which she lost at the death of the Balkan States. The Servian Minister (.enterprise J. Fred Lohniaii. and ae

habitations upon the American ONE of the superintendents of the unfortunate Emperor. These reportswere in' London says that he hourly presumes the'city would let him do M>s..aale. '

Continent. porcelain manufactory at Sevres, M. expects to receive the news that King more if he wanted to. .

Lauth, is said to have discovered a untrue. Milan has crossed the Rubicon by That she fears that the large amount of

ANTI-VACCINATIONISTS rest one of new kind of porcelain which he rep- ,More than eighteen years ago, invading Bulgaria in force. The fresh water coming nut of tl..- livers this

their chief arguments on the fact when the Empress,,.had.first lost her fever is also spreading beyond Serv- season has ruined some of the l ht.'ot oyster +

that calves have tubercular consumption resents as far superior to the cele- reason, a semblance"of court life was ian borders to the westward. ,Montenegro banks. '
brated old Sevres; in fact, after some 'scents the coming battle and That the old adage "Time is "money.";' ."
communicable disease. Late ,
around her.
-a carefully kept :
I up has been revered in
ten of investigation and exper- is preparing to exert popular' this city tu limey m
years press
researches by Strauss show that the ceptions were regularly held,such as, time
ure among the inhabitants of Greece
iment he thinks he has produced,a
of tuberculosis in calves life in : That "When the Swallows Homeward
proportion I in former days brightened the infavor of a war of conquest. Many .x
identical in with
reach 1 in porcelain in : emissaries Fly" was first introduced as a drinkingsong ?
does not 100,000. old palace of Iturbide, Mexico, Montenegrin are secretlyat
that of China. Not only does the probably.That .
work in Greece and much of the
.France stored in and the respectful homage which was ,
THE property new article lend itself to artistic dec- war enthusiasm lately manifested in the attempt to navigate some cars
in Paris is said to accorded to the poor Empress was across the between the end of
the Garde-Meuble: that the space the tres-
oration in variety, but it takes all country direct result of
have a value of 30,000,000 francs. It in perhaps, more genuine than in her their 'nlachln tions. King Georgeand tle and the Centre street wharf, Thursday,
kinds of
glazes, surpasses did not successful
prove 'for the truckswouldn't
consists chiefly of furniture,glass and beauty the colors of China.IN days of greatest splendor. The Em- the Greek Cabinet are alarmedat float.

and contains other press herself went through ,the cere- these ebullitions of Hellenic pat- That '
china, among "order is heaven's first law '! is not
pieces of historical interest, the bed the Gazette Hebdomadaire M. monies with the same grace as of old, riotism. The King and his advisersdo to be construed to mean a railroad order." ,
not desire to real
and writing desk of Louis XVI.IT Vigier calls attention to the great and,after a certain number of people flict with provoke but a have con- That some of the counsel in the Circuit
Turkey they
prospective value in the arts of a new had gathered around her she would Court, this week, plead their cases eloquently -
is proposed in Spain to start a already so much blustering before'the bar.
all mari- preparation called petrobaseline. It thank them for coming to see the i that they cannot consistently turn That Mr. Platt, with his new yacht J.Yam- i

fleet of ships representing is a clear,liquid hydro-carbon,formed great Empress of Mexico, and then, against the fiery.propagandists from less, is laying low for the crack bouts of the ,
time nations from the little port of from her simulated throne Fernandina Boat Club.
from vaseline by depriving it of 25 rising ; Montenegro. King George is to some
Palos, in Spain, on August 3, 1892, move toward adjoining ,rooms, extent in 'the same quandary in Stricken the
cent. of paraffine. It is insoluble wish from Registration List.
the four hundredth anniversary of per saying, "You no doubt,,to'lay which .King :Milan of Servia finds The following is a list of
registered votersstricken
in water and it does not grease, tribute at the feet of his ,
your The subjects of both
the sailing of Columbus, and to have l\IajestY'1 mon- from the Registration Book, in accordance -
yet it lubrifies all bodies and pre- the Emperor. I will ,go i archs are clamorous for war. The with law, on Wednesday, October7th
the fleet sail to San Salvador over "
serves them from oxidation." The him. monarchs know,that war with Tur- 1885: '
the route taken by the great discoverer. Returning a'ttr a few minutes she under
writer calls it "a marvelous agent, key 'present circumstances Adkinson, Amos Jones, Hunter
would say, "r'cannot find the Em- would be the maddest of rash enter- Anderson, Robert Judson, Mack

endowed with the principal proper- peror.but, he will see you as soon as prises but they also know that thereare Averitt W D Koerner, P W 0 ;a
of New York there is ,
IN the law Adams
a ,J R King, Samuel
ties of water, alcohol, glycerine, and he returns. With this she recom- enough demagogues to lead their Barker, Henry Knight, W N '
curious the rule that di-
exception to the fixed oils." It seems destined to menced an animated conversation on. people to slaughter and to upset the Bellows Thomas B Knight, S WKirkland
vorce ends the married relation. A the present situation and the bril- thrones. The only Bowls Joseph ,Reuben W
have many uses, and already per- escape appearsto Braswell,A J Lange C L
divorced defendant is prohibited by fumery has employed it largely to liant future,prospects of the Emperor be a union of all the Balkan Blue Wm Ligeour JosephBurnside 1

statute from marrying again duringa and, taking up his portrait, she States against Turkey. George Logan,'Ben _
advantage. exhorted him to rise higher and, Such a union could maintain a Baer, Geo K:: Lyde, Chas 0 ,
specified period. In a recent casea Braddock, Hamilton Lee J 'V. .
I still and notto strive for : :
his wife had obtained THE vast scheme of a railway route higher one, desultory 'war for :several months, Boothe G R Lawson, James ..., ,:;
man, after a but for ten, twenty, nay, for all the but the traditional and life-long ani-, Boothe, Jeremiah F Large, D W .. r
him married another from London to Bombay. is being of the world The courtiers Bradley, John J
from Lyons
divorce .t crowns ,,. mosities among, the States make .. B'r.. .l J
woman, and the Court of Appealsheld i considerably discussedjb:: ;the-English :moved'to'tears'by the pathetic, ..scene;' "union" ifficuTT "T urkey'm tlle meantime >Barnhill Bryant,'John Richard*- 0. ,LangMoses Mitchell C J- .-j..M t' '.j

that he was guilty of bigamy. press, the project being strongly would bow low and take, their departure is alert, and is again pressing Barfield, T F Mundee, E A O

advocated by many of the most em- unperceived by the excited''' the powers for .authority to advance Brown, Carter McBean, R A
ACCORDING to the Hamburg Geo- Empress, who, after awhile, would upon Bulgaria. Russia is also in- Brest, William McDonald Obid I
inent French and British engineers, Bennett PaulBraddock Merrow; J II P
graphical Society, the aggregate of majestically sweep through the tently watching the situation. Thereis F P Monroe, David .
the various details of the
by whom haughtily commanding imaginary Buford, C R Mitchum. John
the German colonial acquisitions in rooms, a startling but unconfirmed report
undertaking have been thoroughly to her train. But Brown, John McKay, DonaldMultie'r :
that two of
pages carry to-night Rus-
army corps Bradley, W F W L
the Pacific Ocean is as follows: Kai- I I
worked out. According to the state- the proud, hard look melted into sian troops are assembled at Odessa Blaisdell, W H Met:1>:s,L D

Wilhelm's Land (New Guinea), ment made, the whole of the journeywill sweetness and tenderness when on ready to proceed on transports to Blue, Archibald McCall.JTBrown +i

3,255 geographical miles her daily walk through the groundsat Varna the chief Roumelian ,Henry Hugh May, Riley
square ; be accomplished by train, save port on Cox. Geo T Murphey, Edward ,
New Ireland, 219; New Britain, 584; Tervueren, where Empress Char- the Black Sea. Chatman, :Moses Martin Perry J.:
the Bismarck 948- the passage of the Channel and the lotte was then residing, her eyes followed Lord Salisbury has informed the Crews, Graham Nattiel Emanuel

Archipelago, i crossing of the Straits of Gibraltar. the flight of birds or clouds. Porte that England will send an en- Cole, Cornelius Noble, James \
making in all German about Cay,Jr, Raymon Norton, L
5,000 or
I From Tangier the railway would run After the conflagration of Tervueren ergetic remonstrance to Servia and Cox, LenConner O'Boyle, J T

80,000 English geographical square across :Morocco and make a junctionwith the little court moved to Bouch- Greece against their formidable arm- ,J F Pendarvis, George A

miles. out, and the Empress has in the aments, and advise them to keep Cowen,Oliver Philip, McCann 1
the Algerian lines, afterward of time become 'less excited. Cross, J I Powell A M ,
course quiet.A Lewis Jr, "
Cooper W II
ALREADY after their terrible
expe- continuing by Tauls and Tripoli to Some years'ago it was one of her fancies dispatch to the Standard from Dewson, Geo D Robinson, Amos

rience of cholera, the people of Valencia Cairo; thence the line would con- to order a large number ele- Pesth says that the Bulgarian troopsnow Dougherty,James W Reed,S 1
I Davis, Archibald Rawson, W S !
are making great preparationsfor tinue along the Euphrates; Valley gant costumes, each of which required mask their movements,and thatan Dasher, Noble Rich. John F

the annual bull fight. The bull and the shores of the Persian. Gulfto some thirty yards of material, attack on the Turkish frontier is Darden. Charles Russell James
be made Mexico fashion Davis, J E Relze, Jim
having to imminent. The
really Bulgarian Pre-
ring holds 20,000 spectators, not including Kurrachee, the extreme westerly i Drury, D S Royal J J
with innumerable But when .
pleats. mier, \I. Karaveloff, it is said, despite Durham, Willis Sheffield.John W
the babies in
many arms carried point of the Indian railway system. the sumptuous costumes were spreadout the refusal of King :Milan to receive Dixon, J J Stewart, Randall

there. Then there is to be a Te Quick trains would cover the 'distance before her, she turned her back an emissary of Prince Alexan- Edwards, Samuel Syfen II P

Dcum, celebrated with such pomp as between London and Bombayin disdainfully. on the dressmaker,murmuring der, has left for the Servian capital Freeman Floyd, Henry, Charley Spann SweariugenWilliarm, H W: I
to make it a popular amusement. nine days. I will not have them; theyare .to propose a joint Bulgarian and Ser- Fleming II S Smith, B B j
not good enough for the great vian attack Turkey. Floyd, Charles Shepard. Crome 5.:
Those dead from cholera are utterly upon
Floyd Sparkman N
DR. FERRAN the Empress of Mexico. Fortunately
forgotten.CAST Spanish inocu- ; ATHENS, October 20.The Govern- Foreaker, Sr, Nathan Smith, W R
lator for cholera, has had the fullest the rejected costumes were boughtup ment to the :latest Gage, Henry Swails, Gus
IRON, if heated for several by the ladies of Brussels, often as replying remon- Gray, WE Stokes, Pompy
measure of praise, followed by a del- a precious souvenir of the unhappy strance of the. Powers in regard to Gambrill.MAGremley I Toole Walter J
days to a temperature of from 900 the that ,Jacob H Tomlinson, Harris
uge of abuse which the facts do not sovereign. At present all violencehas war preparations are being
Griffin/Arch Thomas, Noel
to 1,000 Centigrade, neither meltsnor seem to justify. Reports as to the ceased ; receptions are:no longer made by Greece,says that a Bulgaro- Gooden, Oliver Thomas, Press Lee

softens,but is coverted into mal- held, and the court circle consists Roumelian union would expose the Govenor, J J Thomas, Harvey
efficacy of inoculation have now been .
Greek and Green. J E Tillman, Britt '
leable iron,and its surface is covered only of the.ladies of'.honor; 'belonging non-Bulgarian populationin Gill, J T z, Thomas. Thorn
received from towns .
seven Spanish annihilation
with a grayish efflorescence. Its frac- to the Belgian;.aristocracy, eightof Bulgaria to complete, Grantham, J MGrener. Turner, Nedam
containing an aggregate 41,641 in: whom in turn reside for a week at and it is, therefore, impossible for Jessie S Taylor, Henry
ture sometimes presents a uniform habitants. Of these 20,382 were in- Bouchout. Greece to remain passive when her Hawkins Mathew Thomas, John

black like that of lead andis vital interests threatened.The Hercules, George Thomas. Fred
a pencil are
oculated, leaving 21,259 not so treat- Several hours are spent every dayat Higgins,Ryas Wilson. Robert E
sometimes riddled with black Greeks are wild with enthusiasm. Husted Hosea Williams
large the piano, and as ,Empress'Char Sandy-
ed. Of the latter 7.45 cent.
per were thousand of the ,WW
Thirty men Higginbotham Wilson George
lotte is herself distinguished artiste
which distrib-
points are regularly a Holland, John Whilden B
attacked with .cholera, and of these reserves have been enrolled duringthe
uted in the metallic these musical entertainments are Hilliard, C A Williamson. J R
paste. 52.02 per cent. died. Of the 21,382 highly appreciated by all. Fancywork past five days,and thousands are Hunt, J D Woods A A

POTTER PALMER, of Chicago, who, inoculated .1.13 per cent were at- -is also one of the favorite occu- arriving from all parts Greece, including Hunt,S J Wilson,L PHargrove
Wilson, W J
and the islandsin
about a year ago, adopted the systemof tacked, and of these 32.33.per cent. pations of the Empress, and her em- Peloponnesus Harris AlleckHigginbotham Whitworth H W

requiring porters at his hotel to died. Some of the medical writers broideries are said to equal those of the }Egean Sea. The people are J D Whitworth, H G
clamoring for war.'PHILIPPOPOLIS .Hall, L T White, James H
the best Paris workers. While listen-
turn into the office all "tips" received consider this a remarkable showingin Hook John Whittemore, James
October 20.-Prince
ing to the music, or busy with her Higginbotham, T W Webber, Joseph
from guests, says the plan has Ferran's favor. They say that needle, the ,Empress never utters a Alexander has summoned the wholeof Hall, C B Williams JH

worked very well. It is his intentionto he considered two inoculations, a single wordbut seems lost in thought, the National militia of Bulgariaand Hunt. W.F Whitfield, CV,
Hill Sidney White
stop these gratuitous offerings "mild and a "massive" one, nec- ,and.it is very rarely that during her Eastern Roumelia for immediate Israel, Warren Whitfield George,Benj

altogether. .Mr. Palmer says: "Whena to assure success and these daily walks she breaks the silence. service: .in the defence of the country. Jones, Mack Whittemore, J C .
essary Johnson Y Watson Stanley
Sad, and sorrowful the once ambitious
man comes to this hotel and pays could not 'always be given in the Jackson, John A Young W J .
$4.50 Empress of Mexico spends'her THE,Empress Eugenie intends to Jones, J A Yerger, H S t
and $5 a day he is entitled to I confusion attending the onset of monotonous days in the quiet castle, remove the remains of the Emperor By order of the Board of County CommifJOHX -

the best service the house.has." cholera in the ,towns specified. and the veil appears to be lifted only ,Napoleon and of the young Prince sioners. A. EDWARDS,

IN the Botanical Garden at Berlin, Again, the' pressure' upon him was when on Sundays, during divine service Imperial from Chiselhurst to Alder- County Court Clerk. '

,which she regularly attends,the shot. Arrangements will be made
flowers, fruits, and other parts of so severe that he could not always: Bleached Cotton.
voice of the organ is heard; through' for carrying out this project soon
plants are preserved by keeping them ascertain whether his inoculationhad the chapel. Then her soul seems as the Empress returns from the Con- bleached Thirteen Cotton yards for of$1.00 fine, at soft finished

for a time in a saturated solution of taken or not. transfigured, and a strange smile tinent.. J. & T. KTDD'S.

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A STILL DAY. Lt.r. UTUjN: ( shot round the bend of the river below speech;."but others;a again im p ef'l.it I I'me 'now. From the time Iliad first ;'signs f9r hi&" slate and writes: I a>
.: 'solitary tie crime blood-stainea redskin started Olier's track ,had:main- not-" n
t the village;, it was paddled by a to on we < '
I love hoary to wander, through. "the woodlands.,' figure, who turned out to be, Jack.I and even: went'so,;.far as to j justify his, tamed exaptly.he same distance be- 'Never !stand at the foot of the bed
s 4 In the soft light of an autumnal day, knew he had gone down the Scugogto sneaking ode.01 vengea.nce. Olier ha'dleft tween us, Perhaps about 100 or 150 and look'at the patient. While talk
+ ,.,.When- summer gathers up her robes of fish along with Olier; but now no the district, but a certain instinct yards. I stillgrasped, my loaded pistols ing to him,it 'is, better to sit by the
m And glory like,a dream of beauty fades away. half breed squatted in -the ,oppositeend told me he wo ld. erelong come back ready for-stratagem on the part of bed, and-as near the pillow .as possi-
.1.. of the canoe. A vague dread again., Likely'enough he would suppose the murderer. ble, so that you may converse easiIp
a $ .How through each loved familiar path she p.eized'upon me as Jack, running his 'I could not long remain in a place I And now the crash of the falls came while your face and body are turned
lingers, such.hateful,memories loud and ominous ,,the ,,Another, in the
through the golden mist, little bark sheer up the bank, shoul- to.which clung, on ear. same. direction as his. By this
Tinting Serenely the wild grape with her dewy fin- dered his paddle. and marched up to and that'he.might safely venture back; five minutes would decide the hunt. means you can make all necessary observation .
gers, I waited my time. Safe'he' was in the Suddenly, Olier turned and stood at of his features without
;. I Till the cool emerald turns to amethyst; me."How now, Jack! what have you tangled thicket'; but, to the end, I bay. He was, not armed ; I had felt the !arrest of his eyes to yoar eaforcing -

'Kindling the faint stars of the hazel shining done with your charming companion?" knew that' no covert under heaven certain of that all along, for otherwisehe own: which IS so embarrassing and disagreeable
To light the gloom of autumn's moulder- I inquired, disguising my .fears. would preserve him harmless from my would have measured strength withme to one_ lying in bed, and! fc
.. ,With ing halls, the clematis entwining Gad 1 I don't know' replied my I wrath. before. Without bating my pace, almost unavoidable when facing btm
Where hoary o'er plumes the rocks her withered garland brother, sitting down, oriental fashion, Winter' set in, hard, and. white, and I skated down upon him, holding a Keep him in as comfortable a position 0 *
falls. beside me."Not cold. _The river Scugog was a level leveled pistol in each hand. Still, my as possible, by all means, but don't be
I' t #'tit know?" road. of-ice ; the trees were choked up purpose was as fixed' as ever only to too demonstrative in smoothing the
the upland wan- -
Warm: ingeneath lights are on sleepy Well, said Jack, I'll tell you ; I with snow, and on each side of the ice shoot the villain:. as a last resource. pillows and little offices of that sort

,' ; soft clouds, along the horizonrolled don't see why there need be any se- bound river the forests towered like When I was within twenty yards of Fidgety attentions will worry him and
sunbeams through. their'fringes cret about,it. You were quite' right massive cliffs of chalky rock. No path him, the coward faltered, and again do him more harm than (downright
slant ,
Till.the raining, about that Olier. He's a good for could now be forced into the recessesof turned swiftly down the river. Witha neglect.
Bathe all the hills in melancholy gold. nothing fellow, and quite coolly refused the forest below our village. Scarcely yelling laugh I pursued him, press- -,-
4 ., this afternoon to paddle me whenI had winter settled down for his undisturbed ing still more: hotly on his track. Deaf- TO PREVENT PNEUMONIA.
" ,The moist and flowers winds breathe' of crisped leaves !i wanted to go down the river a bit reign, than heard whisperings ening was the roar of the cataract. I Says a Boston physician to the Congregationalist -

In the damp l hollows. of the woodlawn further than usual." I that the villainous half breed was could see directly in front the jagged : As pneumonia is essentially -
sown, "And you?" again hovering the outskirts of the line of the ice, where it was broken by a congestive disease, the best preventive -
f ,Mingling: the freshness of autumnal I. ran the canoe upon a yard of settlement. It was told me that he the rapids immediately above the cat- measures are those which avoid

With spicy airs from cedarn alleys blown. bank-whether an island or not I can was living in a kind of wigwam above aract, and beyond I could trace the the causes of congestion. Pulmonary
not' tell-gave the insolent rascal a the village, and also that he had more dark volume of the Scugog as it congestion is favored by too heavy
r .Beside the brook, and on the umbered meadow good bastinado with the paddle and than once come to the very dwellingsof emerged from its prison of snow and clothing worn in winter weather. A

Where the yellow fern tufts fleck the faded set him ashore." the settlers by night to visit his 'iceFor an instant the half breed serious error is the supposition that a
a ground 1Good'heavens !I" I exclaimed with friends, and obtain various articles for turned his face towards me as I pressed double set of flannels worn next to the
] .With, folded, lids beneath their palmy. shadow horror, "don't you know, Jack, that his camp. I: knew it would be vain to with concentrated hate on his footsteps. skin affords double protection. The
1 The gentian nods, in dewy slumbers these Indian fellows are vindictive to attempt to track him to his wigwam, Never. shall I forget the horrible despair fact is, that in such a case the inner
bound. the last degree-that they, will never or, at'all events, to surprise him ; buta that distorted the villain's fea flannel absorbs all secretions and perspiration -

Upon those soft fringed lids the bee sits forget or forgive a blow?' strange, wild joy trembled throughmy tures. It was a mercy that the sullen which are there retained by
I'4 brooding, Pooh !1" said he, getting up quite being when I heard ,he came by roar of the falls drowned his curses-I outer flannel. An almost poulticelikeaction
i like a fond lover loth to say farewell ; merrily, and marching .homewards, night to the village. A terrible schemeof knew he was shrieking curseson me- is brought about, softening the
k l' Or with truding.Creeps shut,wings. through silken folds in- saying over his shoulder : "Oh, you vengeance swept across: my soul ; for they would have haunted me in skin and rendering it highly susceptible -

near her> heart, his drowsy tale ,to don't/ bother yourself;:! Olier will be and I felt, no matter how fiendish the after years. Withthe, courage whichis to the slightest exposure. Overheated -
r i j tell. down on his' 'marrow bones tomorrowsee spirit, that the doom of the half breed'was begotten of the darkest despair, he ill-ventilated rooms, and the
if he isn't. Besides, I owe him fixed, and"that I was to be his unrelenting dashed on to the brink of the rapids, sudden transition from these to the
The little birds the hillside lonely.Flit .
noiselessly upon along from spray to spray, half a dollar." executioner. and the next moment I was alone on sharp outer air are other avoidable
Silent, as: a sweet wandering thought that To-morrow came,unfruitful with the I have said th t'the river below our ,the ice I gazed ,with stern joy on the predisposing causes of the disease. He
r only half breed's submission. The story got settlement bordered by an impen- dark flood which had seized in its resistless who uses a cold sponge-bath with brisk
and softly glides
its 'wings
+ ,t .. away. bright abroad amongst the huts, and the old etrable forest without symptom of clear- hands the shedder of blood, and rubbing every morning, who wears the
settlers who knew their man, shook ing or the abode of 'man. The drifted was hurrying him over the falls. Fora lightest clothing consistent with com-
The scentless) flowers, in the warm sunlight their heads ominously and boded no snow, lying in deep masses on each moment I thought I could perceive fortable protection,. and keeps his liv-
I Forget dreaming to breathe their fullness of de- good to my impulsive brother. However side of the river, up even to the topsof the murderer struggling in the eddies ing rooms well ventilated, and at a
light; two days passed harmlessly, during -. the trees, rendered this impenetra- ; but the illusion, if it was one, mean temperature of sixty-eight degrees -
.And through the tranced woods soft airs are which Jack and I fished and bility still' more appalling and stub- could live only an instant. The cata- is employing the best preventive
pit streaming, Olier had not I born. The forest which 'lined the ice within treatment of known
J ; Still as the devvfall of the summer night. shot together. reap- ract was pistol shot, and as I' pneumonia to san-
. t peared, and I began to breathe more bound Scugog supported a solid wall turned up the dreary wilderness of ice itary science.
So in my heart, a sweet, unwonted feeling eely. Doubtless he had left the dis of frozen snow. For twenty miles the and snow, I knew that the doom of
'' Stirs, like, the wind in ocean's hollow river, with its wooded banks, was noth- the guilty skater had been fulfilled.- INDIAN HEAT.
i ; Throughshell all its secret chambers sadly) stealing trict.Twenty miles below the village, the ing more nor less1 than a funnel of ice Chamber's Journal.IN The excessive dryness of the air, I
M ;: dark Scugog whitens 'into rapids, andis and snow. Night after night I lay I sometimes the humidity being as low 'I
Yet finds no words its mystic charm to hurled with gigantic power over a concealed at the bluff, awaiting the THE SICK ROOM. as eight degrees out of a possible 100
,., JI'H lofty precipice. I had often wished to murderer; I was''armed with pistols, The following views on the errorsin degrees, makes it feel like the blast ofa

.. '.'1 THE DOOM n SKATER. seethe falls, but it had been hitherto and'', wore ,skates.: Skating was anamusement nursing are from the pen of an English furnace ; it heats any iron work, in
),.tdJ 15 ,, impossible to accomplish the distanceby which I had excelled in Physician who.having spent the'past the shade, till you can hardly bear
t 'i \ A THRILLING STORY OF THE CANADIAN my single arm. At last my wish when a school-boy, and facility the three .his back to your hand omit. and it heats the bath
fit years on owing a run
'{i WILDERNESS. was to be gratified. A shooting partywas art was of the last importance to my towels till they make me gasp as I dry
lfi.t,4, We had cast our lot, my twin: brother made up by some of the villagers, scheme of retribution. At length he and relapses of fever, knows whereofhe my face Everything possible is doneto

ri( ( Jack and myself, in the roughest and, at my urgent request, I was in- came. It was an exquisite night; the speaks : keep our house cool. It is almost
\ '\,1 township of Upper Canada. Clotted cluded. The arrangement was to white expanse around sparkled in the Do not walk on tiptoe, for this, in hermetically closed, and only thrown
l '. woods overhung the solitary village, spend a night at the falls, camping out sheen of a young Canadian moon, addition to its unusual elaboration of open during the cooler hours of the
''titiJ: : composed of a few log huts, nightly on the bank, and return the next day. which sailed calmly through a cloud- the gait, invariably causes a certain night. But though in this way we
.y.I: drenched as with a death sweat from I Instead of canoes, we were to sail downin less sky. I could have shot the villainas amount of creaking. kept it down to nine-two degrees in
t the malaria of the swamp. But we a large flat-bottomed boat termed, he skated by me within fifty yards, Speak in low tones, but don't whis- the day, we cannot get it cooler even
'f came, young and impressionable, from in Canadian parlance, a scow. Strangeto but I would not risk the chance, and per; a whisper will often awaken a at night; and that is what makes it so
,fJF; the old country on a venturous quest say, Jack did not care for going, besides my vegeance cried for a sterner sleeper who would not be disturbed by wearing, that you never get any respite -
ti1t" after fortune in the bush, and the dis saying that he would enjoy himself fate than death by the pistol. No ordinary conversation; and never say i from the heat. The deaths from
p hevelled wilderness of thicket had its more in his own canoe ; and, as we sooner was he past my hiding place I Hush !1" Let your clothes and foot heat apoplexy have been many ; but
in',ttc: charms for us. A river reft the huge were already crowded for room, we than, with a shout of exultation, I I covering be of as noiseless and unobtrusive that is the case every year. At the
ltw : tangle of the woods with its dark, sluggish did not press him to change his resolu- started on his track. Olier swerved a a character as possible, and in- great railway stations they have coffins -
Rj ,41' waters, which crept and oozed inn tion. Our expedition had little in it moment to see who his pursuer was, stead of gliding and tottering about in readiness for the dead bodies
1 amongst decaying trees on either side. noteworthy. The river for over twen- then, quick as lightning, tried to double like a rickety ghost, do not hesitate to which are sure to be fonnd daily in
it fl'; :Banks there were none, and the ty miles'sail remained the same monotonous i up the river :again. But I had an- walk. If you have occasion to say the trains, dead not from sun heat, but
.. '.j! I bleached skeletons of the rotten trees melancholy Scugog, never i ticipated this, and with a cocked pistolin anything in the room, say it so that the from sheer air heat. My: head often
.1 alone marked off the channel of the varying for the space of a hand. Not' either hand, I barred his passage. patient can hear it if he wishes, and feels as if it were being fried, and all
) t tt 1 river from the dark fen, fetid with a vestige of clearance was there be- With a curse,he turned and sped swift- do not let him be aware of your con- night long I keep it and my pillow
,I i;-,$j myriad impurities. Such was the aspect tween our village and the falls, not a ly down the ice. spiring privately with others, especially well sopped with cold water. We are
i ,F :2: of the melancholy Scugog. A few glimpse of bank. The trees lined the And now the race for life began. at the door. having a punkah rigged up out of
>; Tough settlers formed our society ; waters .like a wall, and, save the wild :Mile after mile'we swept along in si- The door has much to answer for. doors, and mean to dine and sit out of
"t1(:'.1 among them were some half breeds-a I Iiih game, no one ever tried to force a way lence. The moon lit me nobly to my If it be visible from the bed, people doors at night, as the temperature is
: ;I .species of degenerate Indian-who had through their close knit ranks, woofedat vengeance. He could not escape me, open it cautiously, put their heads in, always some degrees lower then in the
:1 a', .t sunk from ,the dignity of forest life to the base by a tangle of unwholsome for found, with savage glee, that I and slowly withdraw again. If, as is open air than in the house. You,
:it,.,s .1 3 the servitude and buffeting of the verdure. This aspect I had stern rea- was a match' for the swift-footed In- more frequently the case,it is screenedby thinking of a hot English summer
: M'''!: white settlers. They were lazy, good son for remembering.. dian. Olier soon became aware of this, the bed curtains, mysterious open- night, will think how delightfully cool
iJ'is :for nothing fellows, except in the matter We had seen the stupendous falls in too, for now'and again,he would skate ings and shuttings are heard, unat- and pleasant it must be ; but I can assure -

:1 1 of fishing or shooting, wherein they their lonely majesty, and,were steering close'to the woods,looking in vain for tended with any ingress or egress, and you it is only mitigated misery;
<1 were proficients. We found them useful homewards in our scow. As we neared an aperture. But no ; there was but sotto voce colloquies go on outside. the thermometer stands at 1QO degrees.
J.!'.:''9 in giving instruction in the canoe the village again, distant only some one outlet from this walled-in river, When you enter, do so honestly and at -Diary of a Civilian's Wife in India.A .
1$. 'I : life of our river home. I preferred, for five or six miles, my companions called and' that 'was 'over the falls. Faster once ; do not spend five minutes in .
r :l \ my part, to go pretty much by myself my attention to a canoe, which was and faster'we skated, towards the. cata turning the handle,.like a housebreaker CURIOUS MODE OF LIVING.The
t: 4 on our water excursions. Jack, however floating down the river a few yards ract. It could not be far off.. I pictured thereby producing a series of irritating inventor Silver, of Lewiston,
t t: 'i had no such idea of placid enjoyment ahead,of us. They thought it was a to myself what Olier's thoughts little clicks finally terminating Me., says a local paper, has been experimenting
;w : ., and speedily leaving me to my, break-loose, and stood by to strike a might be. Did he know whither he in a big snap, with which the door flies upon himself the past two he
'I, t,' aquatic reveries, he hired a hang- og boat hook into it, with the prospect of was hastening? or had that awful light open. If the latch be, at all rusty, a or three years.' For: several months
: : scoundrel named Olier to reward from the wound back ,in has eaten but one meal a day, and that
looking assist a owner up.at the vil- yet to'flash on his guilty,,mind ? The handle that is slowly
'I : him in the management of his canoe. lage. It soon dropped; down to us, and half breed made answer to my thought.I this way will often, stick, and either about 10 o'clock in the evening imme
I" : ;i't I am no great disciple of Lava- came tapping against,our.skiff. There saw him in the pale shimmer start require to be rattled back into posi- diately before retiring. He works ten
r f t ier, but I never liked that half breed. was a stifled, cry of, horror from 'the convulsively, and throw his'arm in the tion, or, if left as it is, may start'back hours a day at his machinist's :post
." :!! : Of course, Jack ridiculed my sentiments settler at the howl; and, as we crowded air; but he dared not stop, and on hedarted suddenly after' a time of- its own accord without eating or drinking anything.
f. 'r-r ".',. about his new servitor; he was forward 'to see what was the matter again with a yell of despair, with a report like a pistol shot. Instead pining away and dying,Mr.
:f :tit ,', : a match for half a dozen, twenty fellows another cried :out?the awful tale of which echoed weird-like up the frozen It is always well to recollect that'it Silver has gained thirty-five pounds
,); like Olier,he said ; and it was all blood : channel. Another sound came to'my by no means follows that a sick person ,flesh. He is not hungry until bed

t.' .,. right, and I was not to bother my heads Here, young fellow, see your brother ear, and I'k'new what had caused that is asleep because his eyes are shut; time. He drinks"nothing, neither water -
:ft--: 's. about him. -stalked by Olier, as sure as there's cry'of agony to burst from Olier ; it he maybe acutely conscious of.all. thatis milk, tea,'nor coffee. All the
::;; It was getting late in the fall ; the death in a rifle bullet!I" was'the dull thunder'the falls! We passing in the room, thoughJunableor his stomach receives are from fruits
% Indian summer-that beautiful dream It was .an awful end My poor were'_nearing them fast !, Still the walls 'unwilling to make any 'sign, and vegetables, which make up the major
1. : ; ", of loveliness-had restored to' us: in brother lay bent over his paddle in the of.snow'shut in' my'victim, and every nothing can be. more maddening, under part of his living. He eats no meat' ,
animahzJ -
w i f, evanescent beauty the glories of a,Canadian canoe, weltering in his blood. An moment lessened his frail hopes of es- such circumstances, than to have as,he believes animal food is and
autumn. The forests were bullet had left him and ing. ,He lives'mainly on oat meal
'!"r \: asgay avenging passed through cape. One chance was -to people hush-sh-ing whispering
J eats
::1" .::, with color ,as a herald tabard, his-heart. Stalked by Olier Fiendish 'distance me, and hide somewhere in around, and creaking about on the tipsof graham bread without salt. He
t'', ;,' '! and the air was yet balmy with the Indian, that was thy, work, and my the snow from my scrutiny. Vain hope, their toes. We have all sympathizedin apples, grapes, and all l fruits liberally.:
;i ; '.' lingering sweetness of summer. One brother's blood rests upon thy head. the wings of a bird 'could scarce have our hearts with poor Sir Leicester His friends say he is extraordinarilygoodnatured and
\ : .. 1 exquisite evening, born of one of these Through all my grief ran the thoughtof saved him Hoarser and louder grew Dedlock when his tongue was smitten and much stronger
J: i lovely days, I was listlessly smoking an exterminating vengeance. I the noise of the waters. If I thankedthe with: paralysis, with his sister constantly healthier. .
:r : AS I'lay on the top of the bluff, vacantly could depend for but small aid from Almighty in frantic prayer that ] bending over him with clasped --- ---- PRINTING

t :t:. .;'r sketching home landscapes in the the settlers. Some of them, indeed, the murderer was delivered into my hands and murmuring, He is asleep !1" THE "MIRROR", is noted 'for STEAM the artistic mannerin
;fit h ;:: ; lark Scugog rolling beneath. A canoe cursed the foul murder in no tinted I hand, I humbly trust that it is forgiven till, goaded to desperation, he makes which it executes all kinds, of Printing.

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chemical examination of water Regarding Dr. David, Kennedy's' Favorite .t. '' < '..- ., ,.. .'','I,
to VicK'sMagazine .
lady correspondent Prof. A. B. Chandler, ',
writer ,
gives the following hintsas brought up from great'depths,in the Principal of the Academy,. ,Brookhaven, t '. .,
Mediterranean as suspected Miss., "I suffered ,from torpidity:of For Sale '. '. .*." -
the management of fruit, which proves, says: at Manufacturers' PricesALSO Light-Running., ;
to liver and'bowels and paralysis., I nsed .
that the deep,sea water is more salt ,j '
who .
those fruit ;
interest growers the'Favorite Remedy',for,two,months, and :
may annually troubled to dispose of than that at the surface, though an'now able to use my; side,-which' for two ._.. -- ..' ; .". -.."'':...'".."-""".-".-..-. -.. '1
are at' remunerative nothing can be:found to show the months and am now able to use my side, 2f_eveiy. description, and tfc ,
their surplus crops existence of a bed.of salt at the bot- which for a long timehad enlikt' .a pieceof '.AiTAEiiMiNTS C Ii"for'an} Sowing Machine, DOMESTIC] I I',! ';! ,

prices. Thus, when cherries are selling tom to produce such extra satura- dead flesh:' My general. health was never _. -. __,for>',.,sale.. ..-....-....-.....;........-.......-......-...- i '4>}
at only three cents a pound a letter than at presen t
should tion; in fact, strata'of water of less irOld: Machines repaired at moderate '-.
fruit attempt .
shrewd grower "
of the. density are met with those of greater prices. This cut shows the new style of'wood work .
next season to dry part crop. HENRY HOBEIN,
Dried with or without stoning, density. Thus .it, appears that the $500,000 A YEAR. Corner Third and Ash Streets that the company is now:introdneing. c''f
current in carries 8 r
cherries are scarce at eighteen to outer large part Fernandina Fla. :;
with it the, excess of salt producedby .
and choice .
cents pound pit- .
thirty .
ted cherries have been sold at even a the'surface evaporation, the cause STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN, R. -C-S.rrrr-w:: .'
of the circulation being.due it is believed ': F1k. T 4
higher price. Hardly any fruit is NATIONAL' AND UNITED STATES' MANUFACTURER 'OF''' :
to as cherries want no to. hydrostatic purely. AND CANADA EXPRESS COMPANIES .
prepare, TinR WareAND
That is the water of the Mediterranean -
paring, and no dried fruit keeps withso : TROY N. 'Y.

much richness. Pickled cherriesare is continually losing by evapo- The strength of Rome lay" not i in her multitude DEALER IN

and excellent relish and ration a larger amount than is returned nor in her grain-laden tl ets.. These --TIL
a cheap if to it by rains or rivers, and, were elements of strength, but her never- PARLOR R OPP CPit B C00gST0I K VE .,:
would sell at good prices properly consequently the inflow from the failing resource lay in the self-control and '
placed on the market. discipline of Roman ,soldiers. Disciplineit -
Dried fruit is easily handled andis Atlantic must take place to keep up is the very soul to all the wonderful mean

back into fa.Vor.with. this level. If this, inflow consisted of ing possessed by the word veteran.". Mr. I
coming fresh water the total quantity of salt Benedict, of Troy is a veteran in the express -
It is not "
knowing housekeepers. business. "Tliirty-three years he -
to have an evaporator, as in the Mediterranean would remain said to your reporter. I've stood at this

necessary fruit is in flavor. the same, and the density, therefore, desk." It is the discipline of years of experience _
sun-dried superior increase but 'which gives him.the position he holdsin I It :I
would undergo no ; ,-as h1
The sun ripens and develops sugar the >and esteem of these three great : -
the current of salt water bringsin _
and flavor in cut fruit dried in its upper corporations. "We have a business of r.c%
have nice of a certain quantity of salt in ad- $500,000 a year, and I've been absent from 4h..,
rays. To a quality dition to that which the Mediterranean this office hardly a month in all that time, 1 J' ,
dried fruit, select firm, fine, ripe although I must confess that many times .
specimens, wipe clean, pare and cut basin previously contained, the I've worked here.when suffering great pain, : '
steel turns density of this water is increased, for I've been troubled all my life with bili- Artistically Beautiful.
silver knives as
with and and a column of it reaching to any ousness and dyspepsia. My system had be- % Without a Peer.IN I
them black on the edges, hurry come so reduced and weak that I had no
into the sun as fast as they can be given depth becomes'heavier than a appetite and my digestion wholly disorder ITS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION
corresponding column of Atlantic ed. I've tried various remedies but almost I
Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
prepared.The cheapest and best way of dry- water, the excess of downward pres- two Kennedy's years ago.FAVORITE I happened REMEDY.to hit upon After Dr. IT HAS NO RIVAL !

ing fruit is to lay it on lengths of sure consequently displacing the using only one bottle or so I began to feel COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, The new lines of attachment that are
cheese-cloth suspended in a frame lower portion of the column of water, I stronger in every way. The great difficulty now being placed with each "Domestic"are
full with which will flow outward as an under has been with my digestion, but this seems LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, specialties. Xo other machine has them
out of doors in sun, mosquito to regulate it perfectly. I have. sir. great These attachments and the new wood-work
netting over it to keep off i I current. Dr. Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY.: I i WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. make the "Domestic" more than everwith- I
shreds and insects. This,allows the I have bought andgiven a great deal of ;It to out question, I
SHE; PAID EXTRA. the around here those know, ,
poor ; you
air to reach both sides of the fruit at who have tobuy medicine of DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY The 'I''
A widow, whose age might have no money any -- Acknowledged ,Standard of
and when want to turn it kind for there are a great troubled
once, you many
been forty, went into business on with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid. TIN Excellence.FOR .
the whole can be swung over on an- for Tin Gutters promptly filled. .
Grand River few weeks FAVORITE REMEDYin
avenue a ago, I always keep ,
the first Wind Mills for water
other cloth leaving readyfor pumping or running
the house. I consider it the best medi-
and the first to
a sign
move was get light machinery promptly erected on order.
batch. blood in the market. Well I
cine for the ,
a new ,- .SALEBY ,
painted. The services of a sign painter i Church, Factory and School Bells for sale -
should be pared cored and must attend to the matter for the western I I
Apples at bargain.
were secured, and when he finishedhis part of the city. Say you tell the Doctor I
cut in eight pieces. Peaches shouldnot ; $& Stoves at Wholesale Prices. HENRY HOBEIN i
down to Rondout to him in ,
coming see
work he his am
"imprint" '
put on All goods delivered at the various trans-
for the richest flavor is ,
be pared I want to know him. I left the
his initials W. A. H. downon portation stations within the city free of t
lost with the skin. They should veteran, still at his post, rejoicing in health I charge. All sales for cash. ti
the left hand of the
corner sign. grateful to Dr. Kennedy. i
have the fur removed dipping
by i
When the widow came to criticise the CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.
baskets of them a moment into weak, work she i Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. Agents:: wanted in unoccupied territory ;
boiling lye of wood ashes or common queried : New Advertisements. I Address, I
What does W. A. H. stand for?
potash, and wiping with coarse tow- Warranty and mortgage Deeds. DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., I
Why, Wanted, A Husband, replied "' PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN
els. Common peaches only need to the painter. .LINEN sent upon receipt of 2-cen RICHMOND, VA. i
be cut in halves to dry. .
stamp. t
Pickled peaches might be as stapleas Oh,'yes-I see, she replied. It CLIMAX- AddressFLORIDA MIRROR, FINE JOB PRINTING.. SEND '

cucumber pickles and sold by the was very thoughtful of you, and hereis ; 26 Fernandina, Fla. FOR orders to the :MIRROR office. ;
a dollar extra !"-Detroit Free Press. PLUG TOBACCO, ..
firkin instead of the quart. Apple -

and peach butter ought.to be in every DIED AT THE CHICKEN-HOUSE. 7TINTAC. tf f

grocery as plenty as raspberryjam. ,, ATIONsy ....
Inferior fruit can be put to James Mahan. of Hicksville, Long ,

good use in this way; only no fruit Island, a man against whom suspicionhad I l 1

should be cooked in metal kettles, often arisen in connection with FAMILY GROCERIES :
chicken stealing was found dead
brass, copper or tin. Brass kettles yes-
spoiled the sale of old-fashioned ap- terday afternoon near the chicken- i

ple butter. There is no canned fruitor house of John Dawson, one of his i iWHITNER

better than good apple neighbors. The indications were that 3
preserve -
butter, stewed down in its own fruit he was just in the act of entering the -- tffP" &

sugar until its juice thickens into chicken-house when he fell dead. Dr. SCHUYLER! I

syrup. If :you have not a porcelain Rave made a post mortem, and said

kettle, make it in three-gallon stone that death was caused by paralysis of WANTED

jars, filling the oven with them. : the heart. :Mahan was a single man, PLIABLE SALESMENtravel .

With all the tons of raised : and was last seen late on Friday night, \
grapes I 1110 and sell the trade the staple and celebrated Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store, '
how is it there is not a gallon of considerably under the influence of -M. YORKHAVANACIGARCOMPANY.Tobaccos and Cigarettes of the
NEW : Liberal .
grape syrup to be had in the market? liquor. arrangements. SALARY or COMMISSION paid to the i
I r1ghtman. For terms address at once. Mention this t
Grape juice boiled down to a clear paper,NEW: YORK&HA ANA CIGA B CO. I

syrup is the most relishing thing in MARX HELD & GO. 57 Broadway,New York. 1lTo. 47 CElJS"-rEl.E: : : STEl.EEIJW: : : ;

sickness or health, for consumptives
or those inclined to that disease, to ENGINES G.HNING.Most .

be eaten as food or diluted for drink.
economical and durable. Cheapest in the A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use:
This would banish wine than
sooner market, quality considered. SAW MILLS, CORN
temperance societies. It is an article ..ANDFEATHERS SHELLERS, CIDER MILLS COTTON PLANT-
which, once known, would preventall ERALLY. Send for catalogue.

for danger it would of an be over-crop made and of grapes, 600 & 602 Broadway, New York. A. A. FARQUHAR, a

kept by Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, York, Pa., fINE TEA AND G COFFEE
the barrel and exported for use in all Pay Bird the Skins Highest, Egret Market White Price Crane for all, Heron-kindsof GROOEBJE ij $

climates. Plumage etc. Ship Direct to New York. College of Physicians! Surgeons ,
The new production of cider jelly, Can use only large quantities. Express charges ,
which is merely cider boiled down must be prepaid on sample packages. 36 BALTIMORE, MD.

without any addition till it is a solid, CURTIS & CO. This School offers to Medical Students unsur-

dark jelly, is a great gift to the house- passed a Catalogue Clinical to and Dr.other THOMAS advantages.OPIE, Dean Send, for Pure Spices, Canned Goods,

keeper, and will be the salvation of REAL ESTATE. AGENTS, 179 N. Howard Street.

apple orchards. What if apples are ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA

fifty cents a barrel in October? Set Loans procured,Mortgages negotiate dex- UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. ,

the cider mills going and the huge, changes effected.

enameled evaporating pans. Cider Mill Sites,.Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING.Complete Imported Pickles and sauces Dried Fruits Ms
acres, Lands and Plantations. from 5 to 5,000 ,
jelly at twelve cents a pound will acres, for sale. courses in Analytical Chemistry, Geo-

pay you, as there is no sugar to be N. B.St.. :Mary's having been selectedas logy, and Civil and Mining Engineering. For
used. the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal Catalogue, apply (P.O. University of Virginia) to ..

So with other fruits. An enter- (under the survey made for Govern- DR. JAMES F. HARRISON, Chairman.
ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
prising woman in central New York construction of which having been grantedby TilE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTII CRACKERS AND CANDIES, "
advertises home-made and the United States Government and the located at SEWANEE, TENN., upon the .
preserves Cumberland .
Plateau, 2,000 feet above the sea ( '. .,
jellies-quince marmalade at $2.50 a Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large level. This school, under the special patronageof ,:
increase in the value of adjacent lands may the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church, ,i- .i';e". ,,b. "
dozen pints, with jellies the same fora be confidently looked for." (See New York in the South and Southwest,offers the healthiest
dozen tumblers. In a limited Sun,27-3-83.) residence and the best advantages, both moral
waya and educational in its Grammar School and in ; 'I:
Boston woman sells strawberry its Collegiate anti Theological Departments. For Toilet Soap and Perfumery,
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.R. the special claims of this University for patronage : ,.,
dozen tumblers. ,
at $4
preserves a :
apply for documents to the Rev. TELFAIR
There is a market for good preserves G. McQUITTY HODGSON, Vice-Chancellor, Sewanee, Tenn. Best Brands Family Flour,

made in small quantities by

private hands. The preserves made MERCHANT TAILOR, University of Georgia Choice Butter and Cheese,

at factories taste of nothing but
Has removed his business to the rooms over ,

sugar, a dead, unmitigated sweetnessand Meddaugh's grocery store, on Centre street. -a-TSEXTS,, GL&. ; .. ., .' Hams Bacon Lard etc.
flatness. Most all the home- He has received an assortment of seasonablegoods i/-,: 4,,, ,
for gentlemen's wear and.is preparedto -J .
made preserves at the women's exchanges make them up to suit all tastes in the P. H. HELL, D.D., LL.D., Chancellor.The ::? h:. : :
are inferior in appearanceand best style. "';.. ', :
in flavor 03 neatly done. 85th Session opens WEDNESDAY, 6th ,
not Repairing
October. Full courses of instruction in Lettres .
wIth those seen at country fairs in Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884.NO and Science. Special courses in Engineering, CIGARs ',:" .
Chemistry, Physics, Agriculture, Law and MedI-- .. .
clearness and firmness. BOTCH" PRINTING DONE AT cine. TUITION FREE in all departments '. ?, < ".
the MIRROR office. Get the best.BILLHEADS. except Law and Medicine. ;. ,-,-
: ;'ff,!
For Sale. LABAR COBB,. Sec'y Board of TrustetsFOR ',
One Half Share in Lyceum Hall Association .. etc., neatly printed FINE PRINTING. SEND: YOUR i' i ."
Apply at this office. at the :MIRROR office. to.the MIRROR office. 49-Free ellvery., Fresh Supplies "Weelcly. .mats :

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f :
f THE JiO IDA: IIRRO'R.GEOR.GE trunk;road! and its branches, which ,TfJE ,SE It JY1EKLY. S. STEAMSHIP weekly'steamers( give., It is the clearest Traveler Gu 51e. -

.n reach down into the most productive LINE. point of good judgment and business -
The establishment the Messrs. PENINSULAR; ItAILROAD.
, R. FAIRBANKS' ,. ,EDITOR. portions: o/'' the .State,;all give.a rea-: by forecast' to sustain this line' Day Passenger Train leaves'
Mallory of r i'; : eemirweekly line of For Cedar Key and'Vild wood.and
sonable basis for
,, r Smbscriptton, 82 per year; six months 81.. permanent prosper- steamers from 'erY York.'Fernan' promptly'and,efficiently.. all points on Transit Road......-10.15a.m.
ity. There is no assignable reason I .*" ,J' j' --.-- ,For Savannah._ldaIlp.tlt5Kor. _
Office corner Centre and First streets,second' floor .dina,is an""event1 of-great'iinportance :THE NEW" RAILWAY' LINE .INTO ''and West................................10.15 a.m.
' Fernandina should nbt
why ; prosper (connecting at Callahan)
to our city,but much more so to the FLORIDA. For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
BATES OF.ADYERTI ING. with her, fair opportunities and a
interests of State. points on the Florida Central &
Ten cents a line for the first,and fire cents for union of.effort.on the part of all who productive our WHY SHOULD IT NOT CONNECT DIRECTLY Western Railroad.....:.......... ..10.15 a. .
each subsequent Insertion. For a long period Savannah has en- (connecting at Baldwin.) m
interested in its welfare. ?
Special local notices,15 cents a line. :
the:benefits of the Day Passenger Train a.nes-
- Reading notices,25 cents a line. Prosperity is largely the result of larger portion' We can hardly "take' up a paper From Cedar Key Wildwood, and

Special rate for time advertisements upon application -of our trade !and commerce. all points on the Transit Road... 4.30
confidence other things being equal. without seeing new .
some railway p m
From Savannah and
, at the office.Communications She established all points in
,. The man who, is to'succeed in life wisely semiweeklylines project discussed. 'Our interior townsare the North and West................ 4,30p.m.
upon all matters of local interest of steamships to New York, From Tallahassee, Pt>nsacola. and
confidence in himself and
must have not satisfied with one railroad; all points on the Florida
I: solicited from all parts of the county and from Central
Baltimore and Boston.
t ':Along the lines of Florida railways. in his own powers. The .men,who :, So long as they want two or three at least, and & Western Railroad...............?. 4.SOp.m
we had only a weekly line from Flor- Night Passenger'Train
i ''t All communications intended for publication lean on others, or who complain of they are right about it. Every additional For Wildwood..... leaves
ida toNewYork the merchants ...................... S.SOp.m.
' should be addressed to the Editor; all business preferred For Savannah
s the want of assistance, never attain line of railway brings business and all points North

*letters.. simply to THE FLORIDA. MIRROB. the greater certainty of the and West................................ 5.30 p.n1.
A must in the'first
success. town and enlarges the population of a (connecting at Callahan.)
frequent line from Savannah
* SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1885. instance, owe its success to the, effortsof more ; town. The opening of the Waycross Night Passenger Train arrives

ur those who believe in its future. If so with fruit and vegetable growers; road to Jacksonville, the building of From all points Cedar Key Wildwood and
on the
FERNANDINA. Transit Road.. 8.3G .
with line found a.tn
only a weekly they
it has a right to succeed, it can be the railroad to Palatka, the roads to From Savannah and all points in

that their shipments might miss the the North and West......,.......... 8.36 a.nt.
" HOW; TO ADVANCE ITS GROWTH AND made to succeed. Laying aside for ; lie .- St..Augustine and 'Fernan ina have From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
sailing. -day and. over a week with all points on Florida Central &
future consideration obstacles and given to that '
PROSPERITY. injurious results to their shipments. a great impetus city. Western Railroad..............;...... g.;g a.m.
drawbacks which have interfered We have the Florida
; From the earliest occupation of only Railway FERJfAJfDINA &; JACKSONVILLE R. R.
Three-fourths of Florida fruit and
with our growth let Us consider how & with its branch Train leaves daily except Sunday-
Florida the entrance to Cumberland vegetables consequently went North Navigation, to For Jacksonville......................... 7.00 a.
' Sound has been regarded as the best far we are ourselves responsible.Have Jacksonville. We need a more di- For Jacksonville ........................ 3.35 p.m.m.
by the Savannah steamers. Train arrives

on .the coast of Florida. The south we shown, or are we, showing, This exists the rect connection :North, as well as From Jacksonville daily....except.........Sunday.........110.8 a. m.

'end of Amelia Island offered the united action to advance our material reason no' longer ; South. Before the Waycross road I From Jacksonville....................... 7.02 p.m.
from :Fernandina Sunday
steamships leavingand only-
finest location on the Atlantic coast interests? We see our sister city was built we were, in part at least, From Jacksonville .,.........,........10.15 a.m.
arriving semi-weekly will afford From Jacksonville ........,......
on the St. Johns alert in reference to on the main line of travel. The ...... 7.50p.m.
'ibr the establishment of a large commercial better facilities, and less risk to ship- con- For Jacksonville ..................,...., 6.50a.m.

city, on the score of healthfulness everything concerning her interests.Is nection from Jesup, via Brunswick For Jacksonville ......................., 4.30 p.m.
than. other route. The
pers, by any I
s of site, bold shore or bluff, it.alleged that discrimination I steamer, was the shortest and pleas- MALLORY LINE.
shipment and storage of fruit can beI For New York direct by steam-
e and depth of water, with ample sea against her is made in freight rates antest route into Florida, and was ships Carondeletor City of San

a looked after at our own docks, and Antonio, ......
Thursday<< evening
,by the transportation/lines the matter -
Toom for large vessels. Contrary to I largely patronized. Since then the From New York
,, has the direct by City of
past experience given public
: all probabilities, this location has is brought before the Board of I effort to re-establish the Savannahlines San Antonio or Carondelet, ev-

' Trade for action takento great confidence in the handling of ery Friday....:......,................. 3.00p.m.
not attracted the population or the and steps are has not succeeded, on accountof
freight by Mallory LINE.
business to which it seemed naturally correct the injury. ,Is there a new espe- the delays and uncertainties of the For Jacksonville and Palatka, by
cially fruit: and vegetables. This arrangement City of Palatka
; entitled. During the Spanish su- railway projected which may benefit to the route, and the inferior character of and Wednesday.For 'every Sunday
enures 'as largely
premacy in Florida, after the settle- her, its promoters are seen and en- the accommodations. Our direct Charleston and Northern and
benefit of Jacksonville as to our- Eastern points, by City of Pa-
ment of Georgia,Amelia Island was couraged ; the Board of Trade makesit selves. Fernandina is 150 miles communication North is confined to latka, Monday and Thursday.

claimed by the English to lie within a subject of discussion and gives it I the New York and Charleston steam- ST. MARYS RIVER.
nearer to her than Savannah. Fer- Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
t the limits of the English possessions.In support. Is there a proposal to in- nandina becomes their ships. These are valuable routes, For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday :

1742 an English outpost and gar- troduce some large manufacturing virtually I well equipped,and comfortable; but and Friday........................ 3.00p.m.
home port, their Piraus, and the For St. Marys and Dungenesso'n'Vednesday
rison occupied the site of Old Fer- interest, encouragement is at once the majority of the traveling publicdo and Saturday......... 2.00 p.m.
of of which
nandina and it remained given. Is a supply of water a mat- argosies commerce are not like to to and For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
t ,, disputed sea by the
go and
moored at docks only an hour dis- Monday Thursday. ......... 8.00a.m.
territory until the cession of Florida ter of great importance,the press,.the existing lines come mostly by the Steamer Martha arrives .
tance from them. It would be a p.et- From St. Marys and Crandall
by Spain to England in -17G3, when leading citizens and public spiritedmen which would the advantages Savannah, Florida & Western Rail- Monday and Thursday.........on..? 7.00a.m.
feeling -
,fir it became English by treaty. At the move in the matter, and the ty regret road Callahan to go by rail South, From St. Marys: snd Dungeness,
offered by this duplicationof on Wednesday and Saturday.... 9.00a.m.
, 7, recession of Florida by England to work is done at a'cost which individual or to Jacksonville. Fernandina is From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,

service by the,,l\IalloryI in Her and ...........
Tuesday Friday 2.00
Spain, in 1783, a treaty of limits effort could never have reached. off the line, and sees nothing of this p.m.
merchants receive their
made the St. Mary's river the line Her people act with public spirit, can goodsin travel. Great Barpat ts.

' between Florida and Georgia. The and unanimously submit cheerfullyto from .four to five days from the It seems quite certain ,now that Brocaded Dress Goods 15 cents per yard, "
time:'their order 'is received in ':New worth 25, at J. & T. KYDD'S.
English had made, a settlement at taxation for public improvements. the new line of railway from :Millen,

' Fernandina, and laid out a town And what is the result? A villagehas York, and freight and passengers by via Jesup and St. :Mary's, into Flor- Sugar Pans and Mills.
this line can be landed at'Jacksonville All sizes for sale by
r, + which, had England remained in become a city, the value of real ida will be built. How will this ef- 43 3t FRED W. HOYT & Co.

: possession of the country, would, no estate has advanced ten fold, and she at less cost, and with greater fect us? Why should it not come via
15 Yards of Best Prints
certainty than by other existingline
' doubt, have developed into a consid- richly repaid for her expenditures.Let any Fernandina? It is true we are not For'99 cents. 'V. J. LOHMAX.
To the
erable seaport town, like Halifax; us..emulate her example, unite transportation. mer- on an airline,but we are so near the

}* After its recession Spain was not in together, consider matters of public chants at Ocala, Gainesville, Lees- air line.that a slight deflection will For Sale.
burg Lake City and other important One Half Share in Lyceum Hall Associa-
a condition to give any aid towards importance and benefit, reorganizeour place us on-the line of their road. As- tion. Apply at this office.4Ki.

A the development of Florida, which Board of Trade, give it life and inland towns, this semi=weekly line suming that the road will cross the

+ dragged along for the next forty yearsa efficiency, discuss and take action stocks will prove of merchandise of great benefit. be Their river at or near St. :Mary's, which is
: can re-
bare existence until ceded to the upon all public questions, make our but six miles from us, why should it

", United States in 1821. From this weight and influence felt in the halls plenished weekly with great savingof not cross the intervening marshes

cause, and its insular position, Fer- of legislation. It is not by complaining capital and interest. The orange into"our city? There are no obsta-

ziandina was never placed, in a posi- criticising that work is effected, crop will be greatly benefited by the cles which cannot be readily over wecyr
i diminishing of all loss by decay or ROYAL eAN N.
tion to improve until the building but by strong and united effort to come. The St. Mary's river can be 'S OS OLnjlY i.w.
route. It is for the peopleof
injury en
; -of the Florida Railroad to Cedar remove the causes which militate crossed at any point, and the two ,,,r .,:

.Key. It grew rapidly during the against us. Our strength will be in Florida now to encourage and tide rivers intervening can be easily I 0iik
this which has
buildup enterprise
' few years which elapsed before the our oneness of purpose."TIMESUNION" bridged. If necessary, Fernandina I ,i,: ., '
been brought to an advanced state i '
n xy
civil war. Could the railroad have .could give its financial aid to cover i i W" ::
: and which if well supported will ._
been immediately re-established it any extra expense of bringing the 'i -
The. Til1teS-Union .Trade Edition is eventually result in a daily line. i i'Air
would have, undoubtedly, at once ; road by this route. I

:Tesumed its onward progress, but, a 'valuable compilation,and gives an Florida should encourage and build We are satisfied that it would be ,

|| V| excellent exhibition of the lead- up every enterprise :which increasesthe
the iron
the railroad
unfortunately, on worth a vast amount of money to
s ing industries of our State. The facilities.., for. her commerce and
had been removed during the J Fernandina.. be placed on a main G
statistical table of 'population in trade. This movement is in the di-
Rl war, bridges and trestles had, rotted line of travel. Her advantages, if
1880'and 1885, the valuation of as- rection we have long hoped for, and
dismantled loco-
shops were thus seen, would be appreciated.
sessed etc. is of we wish it every success.
motives disabled carried property, one great
or away, Capital would be invested here in

::1 and its leading and managing head value. So also the temperature ta- THE INTEItESTS BUSINESS'MEN. hotels, manufactures and commis-

I!;& put in prison for a year in For ,PuI bles. The article. on "Orange Cul- We are glad'to notice the' sensible- sion houses, and a new era would POWDERAbsolutely

I! laski. It took considerable ,ture" is'well written, and does 'not :
; time to and business like views of the Times- dawn upon our Island City. Let us

M. .i restore matters, and in the meantime go beyond established facts. We Union on the subject of the Mallory discuss the matter. ,, and make a Pure.

the trade and business of the rivera should dissent from some views ex-
""u Semi-Weekly Steamship Line. "Ve'havealways'he .prompt effort to bring this important POWDER SEVER VARIES. A

:- : ;1: St. Johns, and the interior,,had,, established pressed by the writer in reference to d that whatever; benefited .question before the parties who THIS of purity, strength and .whole-
More economical than the ordi
clearing land and continuous culture.It someness.
.f,! ; other points of business. the public "benefited us. all. are engaged in building the road. nary kinds and cannot be sold in competition

fJ Steamboats and other vessels could is unnecessary expense to attemptto 'We have therefore advocated the with the multitude of lowttest, short.weiO'ht -
as ------ -
remove stumps in hammock lands ,List of Letters alum or phosphate powders.
*" navigate the St. Johns, and Jacksonville ; best solution of the bar question at ,flZB"Sold only in cans.
they will soon rot out themselves. Remaining in the Post-Oflice at Fernan- ROYAL BAKING POWDER: CO.,
became the principal business' the mouth of the St. Johns the mak- dina Nassau county Florida, October 48 LOG Wall Street, New York.
' 3' point Its citizens with, Some timber' should ,be left for shade; 24, 1885. Persons calling for these. letters'must
: great energy ing of a sufficient outlet through the
: advertised
';'L ,! and foresight, recognized" faH. -' and protection-cabbage palms and inland passage between the St. Johns Baker say, Phiby : Lucas Rinaer Notice oF Incorporation.

vorable for magnolias especially. Thirty dollars Canada, Miss L Lange, Garthart UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE
opportunity promotingthe and St. rivers. Nature has
Marys Chatmas, :Maggie Lindsay Josephine of the formation of
!i: prosperity of their: city, and labored per acre, when labor is SI per day, Already, than !half done the Colyer, J A McPherson, H G "
,H. will for Frances Mock, JB
!') with great unanimity for that pay clearing ordinary ham- work: An expenditure of $300,000, Canova. 0 V Miller, John COMPANY,

mock sufficiently for putting out Clark, Frank Miller, Robert
W i, urpose. an would give a ship .channel of fifteen Clark,Mrs Hannah ':Mclntosh W M 'for the purpose of constructing, maintaining

t' ,I" The same advantages which first orange grove, and three workings feet from the' sea up.to the wharvesat Dowz, Jnlialablas.. Miss Ela and operating a railroad for public use
in the of and property
during the are sufficient. Davis Francis Powell, Jefferson conveyance persons
called attention to Fernandina still year Jacksonville, with' no increase of Earvan. Eliza Quinn, from the St. Mary's River at or nearly opposite
h We hope the Trade Edition will the City of St. Mary's, Georgia to the
I : exist. A harbor unquestioned su Elbert.'Mrs Rina. Rogers, Mrs Dolly
distance to vessels from the North.In most
of Jacksonville, Florida, by the
have wide Grady, Miss Clara S Reeves, M F E
l ;;; 'I periority and excellence,with most. a circulation, as it is cal- the meantime the Mallory'Line, Got, Mr Dave Robinson,James direct and practicable route through! the
: culated to do deal of : Counties of Nassau and Duval; Florida.
for number of a great good.A HarrisDlissllary Sails, John
'! ample room any vessels -
by their will W. T. DILL,
i' semi-weekly ships, give'the Harrison, Zeph Sanchez, C A '
;:Mi; ,a healthy and,pleasant location,' WOMAN scored the highest business men of Jacksonville 'Johnson, Ellen Steele, 0 WJacksonDlaggie H. S. MORSE,
percentage -: ; W. E. KAY,

t ::11, on high ground, :railway connections ever reached in a civil ser- and of all interior towns, greater ad- Jerry, Andrew Tally.'Villimers I M. Lucy A. II. COX. '

With the whole interior by a great vice examination in this country-97. i vantages than the Savannah semi- Jones.. Rhoda S. T.'Villiams.iss RIDDELL, P.Rebeka M.. I II Fla., September C. P. GOODYEAR.Jacksonville 17,1S:5.

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CARPETS, MATTINGS, ETC. 1V.Jc: ::>:om ]3RCJS: : CASH1Y.rERESrPlaids ;

-AGENT FOB- Prints, Ginghams, etc., Ii

AGAR CHEMICAL WORKS, :Blankets, Quilts, 'Comfortables,






Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines NUI 's Veiling

Old Post-Office Building, & CO., NEW YORK. FIT GUARANTEED. t
Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions,
Second Street, Near Centre. = !


i (W(f AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.1\\1\\\1I \\\, Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc.

C. A. -' I

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CITY 3&5 Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to 0
... ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID.


SHADES,. WALL PAPER, etc., our stock is complete. .' Northeast cornel: Centre and Third Sts., 7NEiV

Our SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment, !. and 'price, with any

READY-MIXED PAINTS in the State. ., ...., ., '. FERNANDINA AND NEW-YORK. '

CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT ( up stairs.) embraces a line of
excelled in the State from the Cottonadeup
Goods that cannot be cheapest RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
1 J6rTHEY! ARE THE BESl'*@1 .
to as fine a line of Diagonals as is manufactured. H
]: E'erR: : ::DA SER.: : 7Ic.
I In ALPACAS, we are offering

XALSOMINE, bargains, to make room for our Fall stock. i

All Shades 50 CENTS per Pack- ub Orders by mail promptly attended to.

of Five Pounds.FOR .


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GEORGE F. LEWIS Lgon-b-: : ,, .

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;; : SELLING OUT.. Proposed Sailings for October and November, 1885.

DRUGS and MEDICINESIIORSEY Steamers leave Pier!iO, E.R.. at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina, p.m.

As nearly all my competitors are now selling their goods at manufacturers' -
1 I City of San Antonio..Friday, October 23. Wednesday, October 28.
it is intention to of entire stock
prices dispose
& CO., 1 my my State of Texas./.Tuesday, October 27. Saturday, October 31.
of Spring and Summer GoodsREGARDLESS October 30. Novem.
Carondelet.Friday, Wednesday, 4.

City of San Antonio.....Tuesday, November 3. Saturday, November 7.

=I PHARMACISTSCentre 1= OF COST State of Texas.Friday, November 6.Yednesday, Novem. 11.

Carondelet.Tuesday, November 10. Saturday, November 14. .
City of San Antonio..Friday, November 13. Wednesday, Novem. 18.

Street, in order to make room for my Fall and Winter Stock, which I State of Texas.Tuesday, November 17. Saturday, November 21.
Carondelet.Friday November 20. Wednesday Novem. 25. j
intend shall surpass anything ever before brought to this city. My
FERXAXDINA, FLORIDA, This Line, having no Transfers between Fcrnandiiia and New
stock in Goods Dress Goods Boots '
comprises part Dry Clothing,
constantly on hand a fine assort- and Shoes, Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. I'
KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
AT SHERIFF'S SALE ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Drugs and Chemicals JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT I,:

Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, but are offered at lower figures than can be secured at any other PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD f
I for LAKE WEIR. ,
Ii i store. They are from the best known manufacturing and importing
Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
houses in the country, and are worth double the price I am ask- and schedules further information :
., freight, passage rates, or apply to

: MUST CLEARED OUT Pier 20 East River, New York. 51-

-- --
Ordinance Notice of Final Proof.
however, to make room for the large shipments I am constantly

,y Physicians Prescriptions Amending.an Ordinance granting the LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
receiving by New York Steamers. I would say to those who are in }
carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at to the Florida Improvement September 5, 1885.
reasonable need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line,to give me a calli right of way is hereby given that the follow-
prices. I Co. approved May 20 1885. NOTICE
settler has filed notice of his
HAVING BEEN"BROUGHT TO THE intention to make final proof in support of
In the Circuit Court, WITHIN THIRTY DAYS IT notice of Council that an error was made : his claim and that said proof will he made
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU by the petitioner asking for the right of wayto i before J.A. Edwarks, Clerk, at Fernandina
COUNTY, FLORIDA. the above named Company and the petitioner I Florida, on Wednesday Nov. 11, 1885, viz:
'representing that the Fernandina & I ELIHU HODGES. Hilliard ,Fla., Home-
A. B. NoYES and I feel sure they will be satisfied that I am selling better goodsfor Amelia Beach Railway Company are the stead No. 8052, for the S i of NW i and N i
claim $9-11, Bon 1882lIE i ,to.whom the right of should be of SW i of Section, T.3 N, R 24 E.
} less than ever before offered in Fernandina.IFATJXj party
rs.HART.. j Attachment. '. .' ,. given; therefore, He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon-and cultivation -
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT -- It is hereby ordained, by the City Council of said land, viz:
YOU writ of attachment has been issuedagainst ., FUNKE'S of the City. of Fernandina, that the a ovenamed'ordinan'ce
be amended by substitut- William Wingate, of Callahan, Fla.;
and attached "
you your property ,'0' the words Fernandina&Amelia Beach Joseph the ing
satisfy: demand of A. B. Noyes, amount- >sGeo
ing to $941.79. Now, unless you shall appear + Railway Company".for the words "Florida Henry Davis of Hilliard Fla.:
GOODS El\IPjRIU1\I't- ," wherever said .; W. Hodges, of Hilliard, Fla.
before his Honor James M, Baker, ; fPRY Improvement Company
Judge of the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial ''''.1"',,, L _. ...., ,... ". .....' words appear in said ordinance. L. A. BARNES, Register,
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Land Office.
United States
Circuit 'Passed September 9,1885.
in and for Nassau County, on the .
first ;<' .', .- ". ,n'.' ". JAMES McGIFFIN,
Monday in January, A. D. 1886, being :
; Centre Street,two Doors above Second:Street: < : : "',':
the fourth day of said month,judgment will ,.:; be rendered against you, and your property 'it j!...;.>.. },, L." ''T..t" x .". Attest: '' ,
sold to pay the debt. ::L; : .- ,: \! "J, ; : .- GEO. E. WOLFF, City Clerk.
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, m . W. Lake Butler. MADISON COUNTY. In" the:Circuit' Court .. =' .... f, -''' .
-.. GENERAL "DIRECTORY.. .. Sheriff-G. Epperson, 'I : 'r QC ; t. J ::...
'". 't 1 J -,- / r I Collector of Revenue, -Bunberry"' Haynes, "... County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, :Madi FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU'. nRab'p r--J". ..o. .
't j 'United States' OmcersJ. J Starke. "* .. 0"0 ..... .. ."...
' ,t /, *.".'," "LAND'OFFICE,,-GAINESVILLE.--... -- ,." 4"-'";Ii ....... -Superintendent 'OI'&hooJtLHilJ; :Lake son.Sl.eriff--B. A. Parramore, Madison. COUNTY, ;.FLORIDA. .-, ,1' ., _0'oos'o" '0'_"' ..-....,'"" ".:4"'I. --... '.. ,L"V',. .-.... .. -.........

\ Butler. Clerk-John M.'Beggs, Madison? I: A y' 'oos.t..-.. o-+- tj; '.
Gainesville. B. NOTES/ '
'e 'Rigraler--L. A.- Barnes, ? ONZO.", 1 :: (t.t.1 0'
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Superintendent. o/ScAo6&-rSanmerJ.: Perry. ; Vt.t \ = /)
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Madison.. _' C'V ,- : Il&'S.ha7 dJous' 5 = H .. ,
&&P*$ Surveyor-General-J. F. McClellan. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City- ELLEN'E.S.'WADLEIGIIand, 3.= '0J .

Point. -. 'CohvyTrrasurer-S; S.-Smith, Madison. -. H. 'VADLEIGK.t' --t' r. (I) atx .
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e j : DISTRICT COURT. Clerk'-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. ; Collector of Revenue-B. V..Wads worth, HAVING BEENFILED ::.:. C.o
BILL IN ..,.
j Ju'dgo Thomas Settle/'Jackso vil1e. :; ;;* ;Sheriff M. English, Titusville. .- Madison A ::: t.1:
the above entitled and .Co":1J:
t t irsial-L) H. Dutk ,,JacksGnvjllea ;;/, V Collectn''of!Revenuer->J. F. Reed,Titu v lle. MANATEE COUNTY. regularly issued therein cause and:; ",it appearing process p -_._ .'!.), o- f '

Clerk=I Philip-,Walter. Jacksonville., -,-, "":'Superintendent' School*'-, 'John'. H.-:taws, County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee. that the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleighand P; f: iff: 3 o

"J;:--.. INTERN..BEVENCE.CoJfector .. .. ,City .Point., ." *I.? Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. John H. Wadleigh reside beyond the f!:::' .' -=::;. j -4.I PMMo

a -S. Thompson, Jacksonville. > '. .. CALHOUN.' '* JSheriff-rA. S..Watsont.PineLevel, ,.--. limits\ of the.State of Florida, to wit, in one ::::(......o'.D:" '
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge-William Clark. '. .Cottecto'r-of Revenue. -Henry E.< Carlton, of the United States;' o.-..... <,.... py
-C'krk-James S. Fannin. ." Fort Green.. *'. "-' :",It is lhereforeordered that the defendants, .., (I) 0 t:: 4

John Edwin W.Higgins Howell Ja, Fernandina.ksonvilltiI \ .. ,' J,. ", *4 Sheriff{ 'J'oseph S. Stone. *.- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Ellen'E. S. 'V'adleigh'and the,said John ,H. ,'<, I-j--::::'S-..

Treasurer-J. P. Richards. ,, >. Pine Level. '. ..Wadleigh do appear in the said Circuit OWaq. -4.
in {t.
John. F. House, S .Aug.us ,, Zoos 3
., : \ Collector of Revenue-Joel Atkins. MARION COUNTY. Court and demur plead or answer the said (!) rn p
.. I r. r jt. 'Superinteiident of Schools-W. G. Coxwell.CLAY bill on or before the first Monday in Novem- ;;,: .2$3- .., 'CD!) .Mvd ....
H. Williams Ocala. flJ (;)
State Officers. County Judge-J. ber next, A. D. 1885 otherwise the state: pSoit .1 'oM
COUNTY. Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. :; :
: ments, averments and charges in .said bill 'C t":) aq ;;'.. rv n
EXECUTIVE DEPABTMENT. County. Judge-J. T. Copeland. Orange-' Sheriff E.,T. Williams Ocala. contained will be taken as confessed and a .., (owo.t co :::-..-.....

,,, Governor-Edward A. Perry,Tallahassee Park.' s" : Collecor of Revenue W.. P., Trantham. decree pro.confesso et tl'red.therein in conformity ..... >
.Cld-k-G. N. Bardin Green Cove Spring. Ocala. t'1...
Governor-Milton II. Mabry, to the rules regulatmgsnch causes. (;) :; !: -L
$ Leesburg. Sheriff; James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent' of .Schools. ,"-M. h:."Payne, Fernandina. Fla.. September 19, 1885. ._.. ox pfDnr : _- .Q

Secretary of State-John ]J. Crawford, Tal- Springs.Collector. : Fort-McCoy., JOHN A. EDWARDS, .... f Lt
of Revenue-W. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY., 44 Clerk Circuit Nassau Co. Fla. :...g.'
l lahassee. Court O. '< -: < .....
Schools-Geo. W. Hall, -::: 0
k Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee,; Superintendent* of County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. =. 5 aq t:1 t Q
" Treasurer-E. S. Crill.. : '}!cRae.. ___ __ Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. In the Circuit Court, tj: 3:; =. 0 ,
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r 'Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU _. tlt"r.n-: .... u} ....

County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr.,T..ake.City. Collector of Retenue-Mason S. :Moreno, COUNTY, FLORIDA. S* O.Z-'L... **' >
Jt::';.. Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. 5 -0= A g ': 7av ttm

Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake Cih..' Superintendent Schools-J..V.'Harris,Key .O"., :; "o'Zj o
Russell Jacksonville. Taxes W. Payne Lake City. West. ELVIRA C. HORSEY EMILY"| -.
Collector of (.;.) oy
I\ A djutant-General-David,Lang. 'Superintendent of Schools-W. A. Sheffield. NASSAU COUNTY.CountyJudgeHinton : A. NOTES, E. P. NOYES, ::,: .tj; =-"' ":1 p,
SUPREME COURT. Lake City. i and CHARLES A. NOYES, I| p..o y M K p.b
J. Baker, Fernan- r.nC"' =- : :.j
DADE. vs. } In Chancery.
G. McWhorter. (;)
Chief dina. ....
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Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen.E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. I IB. _Z:03..C') ..--..M.... m
s hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sleriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. NOYES. J J JA ;;.4 gJ p .>
Associate Justice-R.. B. Van. Valkenburgh. Sheriff Wm. :M.: :Mettaur. ; Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer -- 0 o n 'rr:; :
Jacksonville. Treasurer"-: J. Wm. Ewan. i nandina. BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN i' C--: CD..3j. m
b Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue Warren F."Scott, Fer- the above entitled cause, and process 0":1. -=. ;.: Z

nandina. regularly issued therein and it appearing
t. DUVAL Schools John Owens that two of the said defendants, to wit,
First Circuit-Augustus E.Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William'A. McLean, Jack- Evergreen.Superintendent of Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and ,John H. Wad

p' sacola. sonville. Treasuree Gustav Stark Fernan leigh, reside beyond the limits of the Stateof
m Second Ci'cuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. dina.County Florida, to wit., ,in one of the United
Sh.eriff-Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. States
t r see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. A.'fsessor'of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. It is therefore ordered that the said defen- <

Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. dants, the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and .
ville. Collector of Revenue:Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. John H. Wadleigh, do appear in the said J;. j.,>,.,,;m">..'.". .. .
6 Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines-. Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman; Or Circuit Court and demur, plead or answer

r ville. I Superintendent of Schools William H.Bab- lando. the said bill on or before the first Monday 1r I,

Sixth Circuit H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, in November next, A.D. 1885, otherwise the
E t Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando.
s ESCAMBIA. statements, averments and charges in said <
4 Tate. Surveyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. bill contained will be taken as confessed, :
, Court Calendar, County Judge Walter Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs:: Wilcox. and a decree pro confesso entered therein in i \ j : .r.
Clerk-F. E. de la Rua.SheriffJoseph'Vilkins.. .
f. FIRST CIBCUIT. POLK. conformity to the rules regulating such ,

Fall Term- causes. :. .' ,
A. Fortner. ,
J.-S. Leonard. County Judge-J.
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector Treasurer of-Revenue-Manuel Palm 's. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Fernandina, Fla., September 191885. ,. -. "'" .'-.
Walton 4th Monday in October. JOHN A. EDWARDS
Holmes,, 2d Wednesday after 4th :MondayIn Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff Treasurer W.-F.H.F.Jonson.Beville. : 44 Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. .;) '1 .:f';:: <
October. FRANKLIN. Collector of Revenue-J..D. Tillis. ,
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. Notice of Insolvency. .'

October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. i COUNTY COURT, Nassau County, ..
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. ; IN Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt administrator ';r'- .

-; October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S.Houghton,Palatka. I of the estate of W. S. Rawson,

Escainbia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenne-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. ,, deceased, late of the county aforesaid, hav-
" .' This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. ing filed in the office of the County Judgeof .iA. ;y. -'' ,t.,

1 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. said county, a written suggestion of the <" ; ,

tll' : Spring Term. Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby
THIRD CIRCUIT. County Palatka. all claims
given to persons having or demands -
Clerk Nicholson.
Spring Term- -Augustus TAYLOR COUNTY. of nature whatever against said
n1: Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. estate to file any the authenticated
Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. same, duly ,
April. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. in the office of the County Judge of said
Revenue-R. M. Morgan.
2d in Collector of
Madison Monday April.
county, on or before the 13th day of Octo-
Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. : :
of Schools-C. E. L. THE FLORIDA
I' Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner ber, A. D. 1885, at which time there will bea
Suwanee 1st Monday after 4th MondaylA'g.t
\ HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry. pro rata payment to creditors entitled
in April. Treasurer-D. S. Sutton thereto, and the Administrator discharged. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
McInnis Perry.
County Judge-Samuel Jasper. County .TOWN
Columbia 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin
:; Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County SuT't'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Witness my hand, and seal as County
April. Revenue-J. B. Hardee Judge of said county, this 10th day of
Sheriff{ Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Perry.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Revenue-John H. Lee. April, A. D. 1865. Fernandina.,
Collector, of
. t J. N. Reid H. J. BAKER,
.r Fall Term- Superintendent of County Judge-John Chain. County Judge. Towns on R. R. Line.

tilm Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st, Monday ink Jasper.. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. Fernandina, April 11,1885. Gmo
October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer Robert Robinson. And Cedar Key.

" ; ; Madison 2d Monday in October. County Judge G.:V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams. The time of the final distribution in the

1i' : )' Hamilton 4th Monday in October.Suwannee Clerk John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. above-mentioned estate has been postponedto

!t I 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. November 3,1885.
..... October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E. King, Lecanto. II. J. BAKER,
;,t' Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th )Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- td County Judge. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

I.. October.
xille. tine.ClerkBartolo
6th after 4th F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. number of the most eligible and desirable
t' in Lafayette October., Tuesday Monday Superintendent Floral City.of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine J. A. RYDERBLACKSMITH,

i' ,
'ilf: ti FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
St. Augustine.
-lti.!>1 St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S.. Arnau, City or Suburban Residences,

s 4 Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine.

\1; Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. UPON EASY TERMS.
(&: Daker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Retenue-'V. J. Martin. County Judge-J. It. Steele, Leesburg, SECOND STREET, NEAR BROOME.

- q Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville.
Liberal Discounts Values allowed to
t t/.' Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. H. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. on
.: ", i.; Fall Term- County Judge-A. Collector of Revenue-I. N. Withers, Lees- MILL WORK and SHIP WORK.
.1 Clerk-T. H. Pitman. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
:\( s6 St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Thomas N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent.
. )!. Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff of Schools-C. F. Venable,
Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
rial who will erect the
enterprises, on
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Sumterville.
; Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. EPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
1iV, Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. B PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
. : : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak.
. .'.( Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak.
residence, or in which to conduct their
. .n FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Horse-Shoeing a Specialty.
: 'I" Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Retenue-'Vilson H. Sessions, business.

. Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. ,

.' r,.. Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell. WILLIAM. C. DURYEE INDUCEMENTS i TO MANUFACTURERS -
.! Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John Anderson. Welborn. ,
of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin.
'to March. Superintendent VOLUSIA COUNTY.
for term of from
by exemption a years
'}; Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- /COMMISSION MERCHANT,

. ".Cl March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. -AND- taxation, offered by the several cities and
; H Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 1th Tuesday 'Sheriff J). B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. I

. r I t1.': Fall in April.Term Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. Manufacturer of Southern Pine lumber, towns. Apply to
Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue T.F.Drudy,Emporia. CHAS. W. LEWIS,
: Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October.
1-\ Schools-B. F. Fox New
Superintendent of ,
Monticello. BY THE CARGO, Fernandina.
Marion 3d Tuesday in October.
W. M. Girardeau :Mon- Smyrna. _
I !;. Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. County Treasurer WAKULLA COUNTY. pOffice, Dury6e building (up stairs),
,; Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. For Domestic or Export Trade
Centre and First streets.
'1 Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, :Mon- County Judge-R. S. Smith. corner
ticello. Sheriff Charles S.Alligood: ,Crawfordville.
59;$, in November. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.:, FERNANDINA,. FLORIDA.W. .
'f 't. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, I .
r .:' Spring Term County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. K. BAUKNIGHTi
Orange, 4th :Monday in January. Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby., Crawfordville. I

ift: Volusia, 3d :Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw-I AGENT, .
: E Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.Ramsey.New fordville. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ; :.:-: )o,1i,; '

',! .. Dade, 3d Monday in April. Troy. Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- AND STOCK DEALER, -,; .." ,,; f

jj S.; Pall Term- County Trea.rnrer-A. L. Morgan, New fordville. BUTCHER ANDDealer -, :'..

; :"L:_ Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. in Ice .
': Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. -//. -. ", ; <

4s f Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod.SheriffJohn TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM I f"r: ; :;;.'.
=:. Dade, 2d Monday in November. C. McSween. "- ,":'':.,'.,. ,, -:' ;
It" Treasurer : .
-James E. Bowers.
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f' County Officers. County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-W. B. McLeod. 1-tf_FERNANDINA. FLA. : ,
1! .r Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools--C. C. Gnnn. ,'
.k': .
f1', :. ALACHUA. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. R. S. SCHUYLERARCaITECT, 'A- .
WASHINGTON. >; : ";" !
:;. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, GainesI' Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, >h ,'.:'.. ., .},.f*
'f vine. Tallahassee. County Judge Wm. B. Jones. _-- '

:t Clerk---J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Trea.rnrer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D. D. Melvin. .r. ,::rs; "I i : ;: ', ;,, ; ,
Sheriff 8. W. Davis. "" ,
Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue C. C. Pearce, Talla- i..i 1t-----
I' Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines hassee.,, Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. DESIGNS FOR BUILDING OF ALL ,
I ville. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Bet'enue-John Roche. with Plans, Details, Spe- '3A -
;.' 1 i I Schools Bush. cifications, and Superintendence. .. :
Superintendent of -Henry ,
.. ';.t Superintendent' Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. : : .

Gainesville. Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. GEO. W. SCHUYLER ; t ; -
Collector of Revenue W. H. Anderson, Notice for Final Discharge. ; :

)':!,* County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. I% MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. : t. I '.,: ;< ; .;" f:':>' ,
C1lerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. Schools Jas. P. DePass S ..
'" ,i. publication of this notice I,will present :"' ;::,.: ( :"h .y.;:
t Jj( t Sheriff J." W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. to the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's office, I '.'" ; "'" '.. '
Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- LIBERTY. :
Nassau final accounts and
county, my .r '
lj t derson County Judge-R. F. Hosford. vouchers as executor of the estate of FERNANDINA, FLA. .
: r Superintendent of Schools Wm. Lessene, Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. WILLIAM :MARSON, deceased, and ask for a
3$4 Sanderson.
; ,,I Sheriff D. G. Harrell. final discharge. PRINTING HAS EVER
fi ?: BRADFORD COUNTY Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. JOHN A. ELLERMANN, RAILROAD at the MIBKOB Steam List or .
J Select
I County Judge-J. R. Richard:Lake Butler. Collector of renue-L. G. Wilder. Executor. Printing House. Send ns a trial order. Estimates ADVERTISERS aPers.I send Geo.for our P. Rowell & Co.

II: :t Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.J.,Gregory., Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m sent on application 10:Spruce Street, N ew York ,

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....THE FLORIDA'! MIRROR :, OCTOBER 241885. ;. '-

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GROCERIES PROVISIONS ; Connections at Montgomery with Louisville -
I '- and Nashville ,Railroad for New
CARD CENTRAL & :WESTERN DIVISION. Orleans and Texas points and the West and

Railroad of Georgia for:, all points West and
FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COIPASY. WESTWARD.No.1.. No. 5. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-

'Day Pass. Way Fr't. way for all points North, with steamships
In.Effect October 22, 1885._ Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30am 11.30 p m for New York Boston and Baltimore. At
.---:-- Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.10am 12.30 a m Charleston with steamships' for New York.
cW11 : -==- 'TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Leave Baldwin............ 8.13am 1.30am Philadelphia Baltimore,
(FERNANDINA TO CEDAR: KEY.) Lake City......... 9.45am 4.50am Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
(Central, or Ninetieth.Meridian,,Time.) LiveOak..10.33 a m 6.50 a m and Steamship connections and 'Baggage*
SOUTH. Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.45 a m Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
GOING .Monticello........12.15 p m and sections secured at Company's office in-
Day Pea. Nt Pea. Arrive Tallahassee....... 2.00pm 3.00pm' Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at De-
A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee...... 2.06 m 3.45 m pot Ticket Office, and on board People's
Leave Fernandina...................10.10 5.00 Quincy............-. 3.10 p p m 5.55 p p m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
,Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.35 5.32 and JENNIE LANE.
Arrive Chatta. River.... 4.40 8.00
Arrive Callahan...................11.27 6.35 pIll p m JAS. ,L. TAYLOR.
Leave Callahan......................11.33 6.50 EASTWARD., General Passenger Agent.R. .
No. 2. No. 6.
P.M! G. FLEMING, Superintendent.
Leave Dutton.................. ....12.05 7.38 Day Pass. Freight.
Leave Brandy.Branch12.21 7.57 LeaveChatt'chee River.11.00 a m 8.30 p m
2 ; Arrive Bald.win..12.40 8.25 Quincy ..............12.44pm 10.15amArrive Florida Southern Railway Co.

+ Leave Baldwin.....;..............12.47 9.00 Tallahassee...... 1.52pm '12.15am
Leave Maxville............:.....:.. 1.10 9.25 Leave" Tallahassee:.....2.00 p m 4.00 a m ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING .
{ Leave Highland.......................'1.30 9.47 Monticello.......... .2.45 p m ,,
a c J9 z sL Leave Lawtey.....................- 1.45 10.03 "" Madison ............ 4."_6 pm 9._-> am SOUTH.
Leave Temple's...................... 2.03 10.22 Live Oak...-...... 5.46pm 12.40 pin ccom. Fast Mail.
Leave Starke......................... 2.26 10.30 Lake City6.40pm. 3.20pm Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. .
+ Leave Thurston........;..........:.. 2.41 10.46 ArnveBaldwin............. 8.10 pm 6.15 pm Jacksonville, via .
Arrive Waldo....................... 3.02 11.10. Leave .Baldwin............' 8.13 pm 6.50 p m J. T. & K.W.R'y...........'....... 7.45 a m
Leave Waldo........................ 3.15 ...... Arrive'Jacksonville....;. 8.52 pm: 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................ 7.45 a m
**" SST-ggSg lftjyifcM **'*fr>** aB*< '"MBgasgarct--- -f fy Leave Arredondo................... 4.23 ...... not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p m 9.45 a m
r-gur 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. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m

Leave Bronson...........-......... 5.29 ...... Leave Tallahassee......................... 7.30am Ar. Rochelle............... 8.40 pm 12.00 n'n
A. B. NOYESDEALER Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.13 ...... Arrive Wakulla ........................... 8.47 am Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 p m 12.20 p m
Leave Rosewood :.................. 6.53 ...... Arrive St.- Mark's- ......................... 9.15 a m Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 1245 p m
INFAMILY Arrive Cedar Key....:............; 7.25 ...... Leave St. Mark's-.......................10.00 a.m Ar. Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p m
Ar. Ocala.....................
GOING NORTH. ,Arrive Wakulla...........................10.28 a m 2.00 a m 2.20 p m
Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee....................11.45 a m Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m
Ar. .. 7.00am 3.55pm
GROCERIES Lv. .............. ............
Leave Cedar Key.................. 7.30 ...... i CONNECTIONS.At Leesburg. 4.00pm
Leave Rosewood........'............ 8.05 ......,' Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Ar. Pemberton's Ferry ............ 7.00 pill
Leave Otter Creek................:. 8.32 ...... all points North and East; with the Fernan- Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns
Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- &: Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00pm
Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, Leave Archer........................ 9.46 ....:. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on Ar. ]'ortIason..-......... ............ 4.45 p m
Leave Palmer.......................10.03 ...... the St.Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. Lv. Fort Mason?.......:. ............ 4.55pm
Leave Arredondo.................10.18 ...... At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Peninsular Ar. Altoona............... ............ 5.30pm
CROCKERY Leave Gainesville.................10.44 ...... 'Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45pm
FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS AND Arrive Waldo....... .. ............:11.28 ......' nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf.Ports. Lv. Fort Mason...........10.00 a m 5.00 p m
,, A. M., At Live Oak, with the.Savannah Florida Ar. Eustis.....:.............10.10 a m 5.10p m
Leave Waldo-\ .......:..........:....11.53 2.30P. &Western Railroad. : ,Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a III 5.30'pm
WILLOW-WARE ETC. M. At Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch Ar.LaneTark; ............11.00 a m 5.45 pm
HARDWARE, Leave Thurston....;',..........-......12.15 2.55 Railroad on Tuesdays.Th rsdays and Sat- GOING NORTH.
Leave Starke........:i':'..............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 Lawte T.._..................... 1.09 3.46 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Astor ..................? ............ 7.30 a m
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, Fernandina, 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. Lv. Eustis.................... 4.20 p m 9.15 a m
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.27 5.58 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
Leave Dutton.._..................... 2.42 6.14 all points West. Ar. at Fort Mason from
.. .... ....... Lane Park;............... 4.30 p m 9.20 a m
Arrive Callahan..... 3.10 6.55 For information respecting routes, rates,
Leave Callahan..................... 3.15 7.10 I. Ar. at Fort Mason from
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-
E. DOTTERERINVITES Arrive Fernandina................. 4.40 8.50 sonville. Lv. Fort'Mason........... 9.50 a m
H. gsSf-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths Ar. Leesburg............... 10.35 a m

Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 a m
ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF and at new office southwest corner of Bay Ar. Leesburg............... 10.25 a m

and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. Ex.,Jun.
.of- DIVISION. A. O. MACDONELL, Lv. Leesburg............... 6.30 p m 10.45 a m
-+ = (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 Fernandina, Fla.C. Ar. Ocala...................10.30 pin 12.25 p m
it SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. W. MAXWELL, Ar.l\Iicanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 p m
-* i- P.M. P.M. Master of Transportation, Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 a in 2.35 p m
Leave Waldo.........::..:........... 3.12 11.25 Jacksonville, Fla. Lv. Rochelle............... 3.50 a m 2.40 p m
Leave Dixie....:...................... 3.31 11.50A. D. E. MAXWELL Ar. Gainesville............ 4.20 a m 3.05 pm
Lv Gainesville............. 3.00 a m 2.05 p m
Leave Hawthorne............. .... 3.47 12.10 Fernandina, Fla.
Lv. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 pm
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. Ar. Interlachen?......... 6.10 a m 4.06 p m
Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.44 1.07 Ar. J,T & K W June.... 7.30 a m 4.55pm i
Leave Anthony Place............ 4.59 1.22 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka................ 7.40am 5.10pm
SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS Leave Silver Spring............... 5.32 ....... Ar. Jacksonville........... 1.22 p m 7.12 p nITRAINS
Leave Ocala............................ 5.56 2.10 All trains of this road are run by Central .
PURE AND OF GOOD Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.36 2.55 Meridian time which is 33 minutes LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For
QUALITY.ESPECIAL Leave Oxford......................... 6.52 3.15 slower((90th) than Jacksonville time. Ocala, Leesburg-... ............ ) Fast Mail
Leave Wild wood................... 7.08 3.35 For Pemberton's Ferry...........}!
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF Leave Leesburg...................... 7.38 4.12 and after Sunday 3d 1885 For Astor.................... ............ 11.45 a m
May ,
ON For palatka.............. Ex. Sun. ............._
. Arrive Tavares....................... 8.10 4.50 Trains will leave and arriveas "j
Passenger For Jacksonville....... > ........... ......-......
=( f= GOING NORTH. follows: For St. Augustine....J 3.00 a m 2.05 p m

-*ttt* Leave Tavares........................ 7.15 8.20 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.
+ Leave Leesburg..................... 7.44 9.02 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............ ) Fast Mail
THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. Leave'Vildwood..... .............. 8.12 9.55 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............} ......_......
Leave Oxford......................... 8.23 10.12 Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:00 a m From: Ocala................. ............ 3.05pm 4
Leave Lake Weir Station.....:.. S.38 10.33 Arrive at Thpmasville daily at...... 1:30 p m From palatka........... "j Ex. Sun. ..............
Leave Ocala............;.............. 9.19 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... r .............. ......-......
NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. Leave Silver Spring............... 9.32 ....... Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50: p m From St.Augustine...J 9.30 p m 12.45 p m

A.M. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m STEAMER A.'J. LANE.
Cor. Second and Centre Sts. FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Anthony Place...........10.08 12.20 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m
Bloomfield Lane Park Asta-
.. .. .... ..... 12.35 For Yalaha, ,
Leave Sparr's ..... .... 10.20 Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m
Leave Citra............................10.33 12.52 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- tula, etc.:
Leaves Leesburg..........................10 30 a m
Leave Lochloosa..10.50 1.13 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45 pm
Leave Hawthorne................11.10 1.33 cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- '
= Leave Bixie.........................11.25 1.51'' Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick For Yalaha and Bloomfield only-after-
.. ........... 2.18 noon trip :
Arrive Waldo... 11.47
take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia
Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 pm
:# f Day Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m.
Night Passenger daily.F. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .

:.) & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. and New Orleans. Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa &
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 1
H. B. AIKENS GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- and all points North, East and
A.?[. P.M. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST 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 MAIL. steamship; "City of Palatka," and steamshipCity -
sffit Arrive Jacksonville..............- 8.45 4.15 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m of Monticello," for Charleston, New
GOING NORTH.. ,Arrive at'Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m York Boston, Philadelphia, etc.
A.M. P. }[. 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 West
Leave Hart's Road..10.35 6.25 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p in Railway,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast.
Arrive Fernandina..11.03 6.50 Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Line-Fast Mail.
J&f Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m At Wait's Crossing with Florida Railway
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m .& Navigation Co.; for Waldo.At .
SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... .1:53 a m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &
Leave Fernandina..6.50 4.30 m.
a. m.
Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 5.50 p. Arrive at Washington.D.b., daily-ll:45 p rii Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savannah -
FERNAMNA FLORIDA. Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a.a.m.m. 6.30 p.p.m.m. Arrive at New York rlaily at......... 8:00 a m ; New Orleans, and all points North,
Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars,
Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50 p. m. East and West; and with Florida Railway
Savannah to New York, without change.EAST & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key,
'Pensacola New Orleans and .
.Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m Ocala, with Florida Railway & Navigation -
FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:55 a m Company, and hacks for Silver
With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave at Callahan daily at-......?... 8:35 p* m .Spring.At _
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake
for New York on Thursday. Leave Live Oak daily at..........;... 8.55pm Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at DuPont daily at...........11:00 p D1 Railway, and boats on Lake Harris for
PAPER HAMMKALSOMIMG I Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:5.5 p nIArrive ,points on lake. .
nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday..
at Jesup daily at................12:55.a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
AT CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a in for Brooksvilla, Tuckertowri, Fort Bade
and from Savannah'arid Charleston., Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m Tampa, and South Florida.O. .
and all points North and West, daily. W. BROMWELL,
Arrive at Brunswick daily at......- 8:00 a m
AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive Macon: daily at.-............ 8:50 am General Pass.Agent.
To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive Atlanta rail-A'at............12:30 p m SHERMAN CONANT,
WILDWOOD. Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m General Manager.
PAINTING OF ALL KINDS: : With Stage Line to' and from Bropksville Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m

.:' I : and Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive Washington daily a m JAMES :McGIFFIX,
AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m.

DONE AT.REASONABLE RATES AND IN A"FIRSTOLASS.MANNER. With :Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and.Sleeping Cars via CONTRACTOR AND BUILBEK.Alachua .
West and Havana, every Saturday; for New Waycross. and Pullman Palace SleepingCars
Orleans every Friday; from Key West and via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Street between Second and Third
'Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
every Saturday. Atlantic and East.Tennessee, Virginia and
SHOP LOCATED IN SWANN'S CONCRETE BUILDING, With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and FERNANBINA. FLA. ,

for and from Key West :Monday and Northwest.'
Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, :Monday Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Orders and estimates"from a distance carefully
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I 'CirCuit Court. sicians say that what sickness has prevailedin .MARINE ; ; .Clothing. .
: The fall term of'the Circuit Court for Nas- the suburbs is traceable. to the use of sur- Port Fernandina. Handsome line of fall Clothing, just re-

court-house face water. The health of of ceived, at J. & T., KYDD'S.
sau county convened at the on our community '
t HIGH.WATER. .. ; .- .- .
.' :'fg.OO A. YEAR; 1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Tuesday noon,, the' Hon. J. ,M.., Baker'pre is a subject of paramount importance, and, Saturday, Oct. 24?.....?... 8:17 A.X. "' 8:35 P. M. '1 Mott's Sweet Cider- at lOc. a quart, at
no' time should'be last'in'begihmng'lhe Sunday, 25............ 9:00" 9:18 "
siding. Monday, 26....._? 9:45 10:03"' JACOB.KLARER'S
Reflections. Both the.criminal and civil dockets are ,well. Tuesday.u 27............10:31 10:49 u
. u Gents Furnishing GoodsIn
Wednesday, 28..11:17 11:40
ffl very light, and, business will probably be Thursday, 29_..........000 0:121J6 "
The Harbor Convention at Savannah all AT PAUL
Messrs.Oaks and Pratt launched their new expedited by to-night., Friday, It 30...........,0:41 Co styles FUNKE'S.The .
The convention called to meet at Savan-
boat this week. ENTERED.
The following cases have been,tried: Best Smokes

Dr. J. D. Palmer is at home again from The State vs. 'Louis' Barker, rape; convicted nah to take .into" consideration' the. subject, Oct. 20-Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from Can be had at .HOYT & Go's. The Times-
New York; freight and passengers, to.
of ou'r Southern
of the
his recent trip North. .of assault with intent.. to rap improvement sea- R. W. Southwick, agent. Union Cigar and Buck-Eye Smoking To-
movement which should of Monticello :McKee bacco. Sole Agents. .
portals a timely Oct. 18-Steamship City ,
A large rattlesnake was killed at the machine The State vs. Jack .Kelley, carrying con- from Charleston; freight and passen
receive from .
{ ., shops this week. cealed weapons; plead guilty. strong support our"people. W.O. Jeffreys agent. Building Material.
Florida has had but a meagre showing in Oct.18-,5teamship City of Palatka Vogel from
clean- The State vs. Thomas Brown, carrying Palatka freight and to Brick,Lime, Portland and Rosendale Cement
The Egmont is receiving a thorough ; passengers -
concealed weapons; acquitted. the appropriations: heretofore made, and the W. O. Jeffreys, agent: Plaster, Shingles, Nails, 'Sash, Doors
ing, preparatory for the winter business. appropriations have been doled out in small, Oct. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from and Blinds, at
Meinhardt Brothers vs. S. A. :Mode, as-
Charleston to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
Mrs. William Lawtey and Miss A.E. Law- and with intermissions. ; FRED W. HOYT & Go's.
sumpsit; verdict for defendant.The sums, long We Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, .
; tey returned from the North on the Oarondelet have one-half of the sea coast line' of the from Palatka; freight and passengers, Great in Parasols
State vs. Lang and Harrison, aggravated to W. O. Jeffreys, agent I bargains ;, Mitts, Lace
this week. assault plead guilty. eastern. coast of, the United. States, but. have. 17-Schooner Mary J. Cook, Hoffers Rock- Goods, etc., at
ll arrived ; received comparatively little attention. land ; ballast to Payne Cook & Co. PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.
One hundred and fifty passengers U Schooner Jonathan :May, Little, Coosan;
., by the steamship Caronddet, from New York, The Fernandina & Amelia ,Beach What all our Southern ports need is concertof ballast to master. The Celebrated Chase c6 Sanborn
Railroad. action. We must show that thoroughly Schooner Sarah D. Ransom, French, Roasted
r'y, Tuesday morning. we are -; Charleston; ballast, to master. CoffeesCan
of Fred We have received a communication froma in earnest, and our Representatives 21-Schooner Sallie lor, West, Belfast. ; ballast be obtained. from
Fred W. Hoyt, Esq., of the firm
North prominent citizen in reference to the Fer- in Congress must be thoroughly informed of to master. 43 3t FRED W. HOYT & Co.
k W. Hoyt & Co., returned from the on CLEARED.
y Monday evening last. nandina &Amelia Beach Railroad, in whichhe our needs, and work as a unit for such:liberal Oct. 22-Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for Refrigerators at Fred W. Hoyt & Co.'8

a inquires what the holders cf these tickets appropriations as.shall meet our needs., New York; freight and passengers, by Furniture Store, Centre Street.
The Fernandina Roller Skating Club helda R. W. Southwick, agent. .
must do with them after October 31st, the Our combined strength will enable our Oct. 22-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for
last for the of Remember the Closing out sale
meeting evening, in
purpose time limit. Since the recent storms, when members to demand an equal and fair consideration Palatka; freight and passengers, by Goods etc.. at Dry
arranging a for the season. W. O. Jeffreys, Agent.
lr programme the running of trains on this road had to be Our neighbors of St. Mary's, Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.

? Mr. Samuel A. Swann left for New York abandoned, in consequence of the damageto and our own county rand city, should be for Charleston;freight and passengers,
% by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. To Contractors.
Tuesday morning, it rumored. to perfect a the roadbed, the accumulation of the fully represented in this convention. 18-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for

large land sale to,an English syndicate.In business at the various stations along the Charleston: freight and passengers, by Proposals will be received by the School
W. 0. Jeffreys, agent. Commissioners of Nassau county for the
the Circuit Court, on Tuesday after- Florida Railway & Navigation Company Thompson-Baker. Steamship City of Monticello,McKee,for erection of a school building in the city of

noon, Draxton B. MacDonell, son of T. A. has taxed the rolling stock of the companyto We were pleased to see last week our good Palatka; freight and passengers, by Fernandina, Fla.
W. O. Jeffreys.
MatiDonell, of Jacksonville, was admitted to its utmost capacity, and consequentlyvery friend, Captain Thompson, in good health 17-Bark Berna Collberg,Jacksonville, Fla.; Plans and specifications may be seen, and

the bar. little attention could be given to the and spirits, on his way to Jacksonville to ': Norwegian light, for bark repairs.Hosten, Amesden; Bue- full the undersigned.information obtained, by application to [It,

,w,r J' The City Council met on Wednesday Fernandina & Beach Railroad. The Mirroris resume command of his dainty craft 'the nos Ayres; lumber, by James E. Ward Proposals for carpenter and mason work I '

' evening last. Beyond the passing of the assured, however, by Mr. MacDonell, the Missoe. We learn that Mr. Carnegie and his '" 17-Schooner& Co. Mary A. Trundy Dodge, La- to be made separately All to be sealed and

usual number of bills for salaries, no busi- General Passenger Agent of the company, family are soon expected at Dungeness,.and 17-Schooner lumber Wilson, &by Hunting D. J. Taylor., Hawkins, Material endorsed for"Proposals Erecting School for -Building Work," and and

m ness was transacted.The that the repairs to the Beach road will be Captain Thompson is anxious to have the Philadelphia; lumber by C. H. lIuot.co left with the architect.

completed at an early day and the runningof yacht in readiness for their advent. Sohooner Sarah D. J. Ransom French The Board reserves the privilege of rejecting -
Mallory steamship Carondelet left this New York; lumber, by Hilliard &
the passenger trains resumed. The time An item in a r centissueofthe"BaltimoreTtlegr Bailey.2Schooner. any, or all, proposals.
-. port twenty-four hours ahead of the usual By order of the Board.
limit of the commutation tickets will be extended m furnishes us with the reason of the Elwood Doran, Washington,
; schedulein ordei; to be in readiness to take Philadelphia; lumber; by C. H. Huot. J, H. BAKER,
her, ; the mi-weekh'line next Tues ,notice of }which will be given in due exceptional spirits of our genial friend. Hereit .': Schooner Fannie Walston, :Marr, ports ., Chairman.R. .
place on s
time. is! And we, and his many friends in'this in Trinidad; lumber, by L. A. Davis S. SCHUYLER, '
& Bro.
j 1i community,heartily join in thegood wishes Architect.
, k' It is expected that the Fernandina Roller Trouble on a Brig. in the How Does Tour Watch Run ?
so cordially expressed columns of our Gents'
Furnishing Goods, Notions etc.
Rink will be for the Loungers about Centre street wharf Sun- ,
Skating opened season i Baltimore contemporary. A watch impregnated with magnetism at cost, at

i K as soon as arrangements can be made. A day afternoon were treated to a conflict of I The marriage of Miss :Mary J. Baker and cannot time." It will vary irregularly :: PAULFuNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.:

*' hop will probably be given the opening authority between the captain of the brig Captain William Thompson took place at gaining and losing and stopping, in

1't night. Erightman and Deputy Sheriff Harding. It No. 39 Granby street, Norfolk, the residenceof the most annoying sort of way. It has been For llaffle.
seems one of the seamen filled himself with the bride's parents, last Monday, Rev. B. My place on Pine Island,containing eight
'r The steamship Caronddet, sailing from this 'I' benzine" and "sassed" the whereupon B. Tucker officiating. The bride is the only found that this magnetic or electric influ- acres. Chances $2.00. The list is now openat

ar : port for New-York Thursday evening, carried I captain, daughter of Mr.William Baker, well known ence is the direct cause of the queer freaks" Mr. Nix's News-stand in the Post Office.

the following cargo: 799 bales cotton, the mate and steward proceeded to business citizen of Norfolk, a young lady of and unaccountable behavior of fine watches, MRS. LINE.
the sailor's full of holes personal and social charms and much
punch countenance many ,
105 sacks cedar sawdust, 50 tons cotton seed, and is the secret enemy which has under-
esteemed by a large circle of friends. Her
and For Kent.
Fr he had a warrant issued for their arrest.
baffled the skill
40 merchandise. mined the and
packages literary accomplishments are of a high or- reputation A two-story dwelling house on Fourth
Captain John Risk, who has been com When Deputy Sheriff Harding attempted to der, and her writings have had wide appre- of our best watchmakers.Giles street, between Centre and Alachua streets.J. .
board the brig to make the arrests, he was ciation. Some of her stories have appearedin Bro. & Co. have published very interesting FRED LOHMAN.
the Carondelet since the oil
manding hauling The Telegram, and evidenced her fine
met by the captain with a polite question of ef-
tz of the State of Texas, will probably again take his authority as a United States Marshal' imagination, plain but forcible style, pretty little pamphlet describing the Trim and Stylish Business Suits for
; resources, and impressive religious feelings.The fect of magnetism in watches, which can be the Fall.
i- and,after considerable palaver in very strong groom belongs to Clifton. Staten Island, had free on application. It also describesthe See my immense assortment. Nothing

English, Mr. Deputy concluded not to go on N. Y.. and is in command of the steam Anti-Magnetic Shield for Watches" better in quality, fit and price has ever been

Mr. G. P. Webb, formerly local agent of board, but called to his aid the High Sheriffof pleasure yacht of Mr. Andrew Carnegie, the offered anywhere. Good, serviceable, and
well known which has been proved to be a perfect pro-
Pittsburg millionaire capitalist.The at prices extremely low.
the Florida &
Railway ; Navigation Company
Nassau county, who proceeded to read happy couple have the sincere wishes tection against the magnetic and electric influence W. J. LOHMAN.

' -. at Gainesville, has accepted a position in the from a slip of paper something that did not of The Telegram that one their voyage of life and is especially advantageous in 43 Corner Sixth and Ash Streets.
Local Freight Department of the Florida they ever have .smooth waters and
appear to greatly interest the captain ; but, may railway service, where these influences are
sunshine. Great sacrifice in Summer Clothing, at
Railway &Navigation Company in this city.
nevertheless, he ordered the mate and stew-
X very strong, and will prevent the breakageof PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.

Mr. W. O. Jeffreys left for Hendersonville, ard to go ashore, and, with due dignity, the This'week a representative of the Mirror main springs in cyclones and magnetic

'f N. C., last Sunday, for the purpose of bring- party were conducted to some point in the had an opportunity to-visit the farm of Mr.' storms. Your jeweler can furnish or pro- For Sa le.

ing home his family, which will arrive here city, from which they were remanded to jail, C. W. Yulee, which. is under the charge of cure you this protection ; if not, send to Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet

to-morrow on the steamship City of Palatka. and from there were bailed by the captain, Giles Bro. & Co., the Chicago jewelers, for a square; location desirable ; neighborhoodselect.
William Hamilton. He
was surprised at On one of the lots is a six-room cot-
Mrs. Charles H. Whitner will and Monday morning appeared before Jus- be mailed
accompany circular which will
the thrifty condition of the orange trees in descriptive tage, with kitchen ; piazza on three sides;
)fr. Jeffreys' family. tice Livingston, who ordered them hung at
the grove, which, notwithstanding they have free on application. always cool in summer. Lots face on three
ti Dr. Snyder will probably visit Callahan the yard-arm at about $10 and costs each, streets; ground high and dry; no sand; best
received but little. in the
manure past bricked well of water in town half dozen
The majesty of the law was maintained Oysters ;
October 28th 29th and 30th at the ;
request look About 100 of the
years, very healthy. sweet trees four old several
served in orange years ;
Fresh Cedar Oysters,
but whether the sailor out of it Key every
got enough
of in that of the who
parties part county 2,000 trees on the farm are now in bearing. style,at the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia sour trees bearing; peaches and grapes two
''g desire to avail themselves his excellent to pay for the sticking-plaster on his face oll.Enquire.
Besides this,William has set out about 7,000 Beach, every day. J. KLOTZ, years
dental services, but do not like to make a was not learned. Proprietor. of GEORGE F. LEWIS.
from which he
strawberry plants, expects a t Office Town Improvement Company.ALL .
railroad trip to this place. return this The excellent
Almost a Fire. good season. con- All-Wool Undenvear.

The steamer Thomas Collycr will recommence The roof of the two-story dwellinghouseon dition of this farm, as well as that of Ir.Kydd's All-Wool Scarlet Knit Underwear $1.25 a
t suit at
running on the Cumberland Route, and those at Amelia convince ,
the southwest corner of Seventh and in the highest style of the art, at
between this city and Brunswick, on Mon- Elm that, with ,care, be raised as
streets, occupied by. Mr. W. J. Woodward oranges may I For Kent. the MIRROR Steam Printing House.

!, day, October 26th. The Florida Railway & caught fire from sparks from the well here as in the, more favorably located Pleasant suite of rooms over Bargain Store,

4 1 7:+ Navigation Company will resume the sale chimney at half past ten o'clock Thursday portions of Florida. Second street, near Centre.

;. : of tickets via that route on Monday next. morning. A colored woman, who first discovered ::- Dress Goods. UCOTTAGE

'r f Among the passengers by the Mallory the fire, gave the alarm. At the The other day, while Mr. 0. S. Benson, New fall Dress Goods,just received at L ,

steamship Carondelet, from New York, this time none but the ladies were at home in representing the Charleston & Savannah In- J. & T. KYDD'S. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,

l week were ex-Mayor Haley, Captain John the vicinity, Mr. Woodward and his neighbors land Steamship Company, was whiling awaya All Wool
FERNANDINA FLORIDA.Offerspleasantroomswell .
a ";ff Risk, father of the popular commander of being about their business down town. few minutes in conversation with Captain Scarlet Flannel Suits, $1.75. ,

r the Caronddet, and George Reynolds Hubby, The fire at first made slow progress. Mr. O. A. MacDonell, at the office of the latter, 43 W. J. LOHMAN. furnished,withor

the dude of the Mallory steamship office. Frank Ferreira, living in the next block, ,and while apparently carelessly examining Jerseys. without board. Table Boarders will be

{ a copy of the Key Line pamphlet, he sur- accommodated; also transient.
y Mr. Frank S. Lewis, of Philadelphia, was and a colored man named Washington, who Great bargains in ladies' Jerseys, at fifty 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.

t' in the city during the week. Mr. Lewis has happened to pass, were the first two men at reptitiously perpetrated the following, which cents, at J. & T. KYDD'S.

invested largely in lands in Marion county, the scene, and had it not been for their was discovered on the outside cover of the

whence he has gone to look after his inter strenuous exertions, assisted by the ladies- book upon his departure: .

,7 !, ests. Mr. Lewis is also the lessee of the San- who, after the first fright, went to work witha "RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED TO A. O. MACDONELL. ,
ta Fe Canal, between Waldo and Lake Santa will-the flames would soon have been Key Line.

w Fe, through Lake Alto. beyond control. A hole was cut throughthe "Amid Floridian fruits and flowers, .

Mr. C. H. Huot has shipped in the past ceiling and the roof, the men got out on Fann'd by the' eastern sea, '. .,, ,,,,-amt-,, ', ,"' '..L "....- ; ..._.-_.'. ,,-- .--' .

the roof, and succeeded in subduing the Amelia marks the golden hours L; ""- ". y
;i 4ii two weeks over six hundred thousand feet <: n.<:.: '
And holds the garden key. ..
flames, water being passed them by the -
of yellow pine lumber to Philadelphia by : ;
Old St. Bride's, October 17,1885. :
ladies. ,,, .
.. ;" ;"
t the schooners Elwood Doran, St. John, andthe "
# lF son & Hunting. Besides this, he has As soon as word came down town, such Died. '

vaII now ready to be shipped, for the South of the fire department as were near got out On Sunday night, October 18th of heart :; RETAIL [ DEALERSI}>
the and
American market, nearly a million feet. apparatus responded promptly, but disease, at Temple's Mill, in Bradford coun-

I Notwithstanding the drawbacks from the ,when they arrived at the scene their services ty, at the residence of her father, Simon J. .' .

I*i ? floods in the country, and the consequent were not needed. Temple, Mrs. JOSEPHINE MEACHAM, wife of Will find it to their a vantage[ to get our prices

of The damage to the building is very slight, Mr. William N. Meacham. Mrs. Meacham
i scarcity logs, Mr. Huot's mill has been ,
the furniture of Mr. Woodward before purchasing elsewh ere. We offer many goods
I II'i running steady every day. sufferingmore was a devoted'wife and mother, and a devout -

a ", Mr. Samuel D. Howland, special agent of from the water; $200 will cover, per- Christian. She was beloved by all who at less than they can I jo purchased in competing
haps the entire loss.
knew her. At the time of her death she
Il the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the
markets. We give p ticular attention to heavy
is United States, is in town to remain several The Artesian Well. was in the 40th year of her aKe.Ca.rd' .

r days, having been sent by Mr. George T. G. We hear every day of the success of arte- 'd.:.'" r goods, such as BACON, 71 ATJB, GlUTS, GRAIN, FEED,

White, Southern manager of the Society, sian ,wells, along the St. Johns, and at vari- of Thanks.To :'::: ;4 BUILDING MATERIAL e itc.
all my kind' friends, both males and ,
: for the purpose of presenting to the people ous other localities.. At Hibernia, Mr.Flem-
'' the special advantages of insuring with the ing has succeeded in obtaining a very large females, white and colored, I desire to ex- '<"' fiST Ask for our price;is when needing goods.
heartfelt thanks for their
Equitable under one of its several forms of flow of water by a bore of less than 500 feet. press my

life policies. The Equitable Life Society is At Mulberry Grove,the home of A. M. Reed, and successful aid rendered, on Thursdaymorning' .::: : FRED W. I IOYT & CO.

I of the and ; in extinguishing the fire on my ,
one oldest strongest organizations Esq., similar success has been obtained. -*S Si ;
Such deeds of kindness are be- &) SECOND ST. ABOVE CENTRE ,
premises. : ; ,
; it is doing the largest business and Jacksonville has two wells sunk, with ex-

l has the largest surplus of any company in cellent prospects of success. 'It is no longera yond expression, of.gratitude.W.. J.. WOODWARD., : FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. '

t the world. Persons contemplating life insurance matter of experiment in this part of Flor- .' ,
would do well to embrace, this opportunity ,ida. Colonel Read, at Old Town, 'has had Amelia Lodge, No. 47, Free and Accepted : :. ; ... .

for informing themselves on the an unfailing supply of water. from, his arte- :Masons, meets in special communication on ; .. ,

I subject by calling at the office of Chas. V. sian well, which is less than 250 feet in 'Tuesday evening next, for work in the E. A. 1 '.': .

113 Hillyer, local agent1, during the short stay depth. Why is there not something doingto degree. All members of the fraternity in ,, :f tl'::.,:;:- .: ::. .' .. I .

'2.4', of Mr. Howland. furnish a supply'to our city? Our phy- good standing,are requested to attend. ,_f..r: j.-( ... ': LL:2;'< :!/ J >:},: A .

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