Florida mirror
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 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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ITEMS OF INTEREST at the end of thirteen years. To pay DEATH OF GENERAL .''McCLELLAN ern.:land owners the inexhaustible] THE MASCOTTE LAUNCHED.

the slaveholder,provision is made out NEWARK, N. J.:, October 29.-Gen. wealth they possess .in 'their forests AX IROX
A WILLOW FARM in Macon, Ga., eral Gerge B. McClellan died: shortly INVESTME.lCCOMPANY
of the levying a and to warn them to be careful and
imperial treasury by BCtLDIXO: AT CR\MPS. .
about a ton of switches to after midnight last night,, from'neuralgia -
produces dried tax on all revenues but the import of the heart. He 'returned economical in their inroads on them. A large as>emblaie witnes{ the launching -
the acre, commanding, duties. While the term 'of thirteen home about six weeks ago from his 'The convention will' meet, 'as we of a new sti-.utii.liip at Cramp it sons'shipyard
and bark sellat at 12:20 o'clock
$300,and, as the leaves baled years,is fixed for this operation, it is trip West with his family! and, had have said, at Lake De Funiak, Fla., vessel i is an iron st' ..gin6 Thursday.steamship,,built The!
cents pound '
twenty-five a believed that, what with the depre- been under the care Of?tt 'physician' December 16th.. Governor Perry, of for H. B. Plant: President of the: Plant Investment -
better than cot- for about two weeks. serious
Nothing '
the enterprise pays ciation of slave values, deaths; free until. 'that State, who has taken a deep in- Company. She i is 2tK feet 'long,
was expected yesterday, 'thirty fret breadth of beam, and
ton. of the slaves-under terest in the matter has extended twenty-one
ing sixty-year-old when ,he became worse." He died ;
of the feet depth.0'(hold. She will be: fitted with
TIlE importance and value previous law-and private acts surrounded by his. family at Saint invitations to the Governors of all steel boilers calculated to bear a pressure of

tobacco crop in Virginia is very dear- of emancipation, slavery_ will be virtually Cloud, on Orange Mountain,'wherehe Southern States 'to be present, and to 150 pounds, and triple expansion condensing -

ly shown in the statement of the extinct in Brazil in about nine had lived for about 'fentyyea: send one delegate for each Congres- engines. The saloon and entire interior-
Advance that Lynchburgpays Invitations had been issued 'for"a'reception ,will be finished: in hard wod'. with accommodations -
Lynchburg District. The late American
years hence. this evening in/Bonor of his sional for
fifty first-Haas
into the United passengers.::!;
more revenue THE weight of'drops is 'shown by return. General McClellan's sum- Forestry Congress will also send del- She is intended as a fa-t: mail and pa.sNmer

States Treasury, on the single articleof M. Boymond's investigations to pre- mer home, erected after the war, was egates, who will advise with those boat,and will i run between T; IUJM, FJa, ,anti!
tobacco than one of the New on the summit of Orange',Mountain Havana. Work will be
any sent peculiar variations. It is, from the South as to the best steps completed on her
States on everythingit some next to that of his father-in-law, in about two months. A party of twenty-
England pays of course, well known that the weight General :Marcy. The whole community necessary to protect, the Southern five came from Xew York in a special l car.

produces.AN depends upon the exterior diameterof was shocked by the news of his forests' from too rapid and extravagant Among those present were H. B. Plant and

English geologist announces the tube, the interior diameter death. Flags are flying at half-mast, destruction, and to call atten- ] wife, Governor English, of Connecticut; A.
evidence that the and the Grand Post'has calleda Cassatt, Colonel C.D.Owens Traffic Manager
that ho has found influence except the Army tion to the wealth and resources of -
having,no upon
to. their I and Mr. Harris, General of
meeting sorrow Manager
Mediterranean was at one time shut of the flow. It is the natureof express the Southern woodlands. New Orleans -
velocity the Plant
and offer a body-guard for his re Company ; Henry
off from the Atlantic; that it was divided the liquid which determines the mains. Arrangements for the funeral TimesDemocrat.A Sanford,proprietor of the Southern Express;

into two distinct basins by a weight,whatever may be the proportion :- have not yet been made. General ---- J. O'Brien11', and Mrs. Baldwin, Captainand

strip of land extending from Italy to of dissolved material that it con- McClellan was an. elder in the 'Pres- LOCOMOTIVE DRIVER who can Mrs.Gardner,Mayor Smith and Hamilton -
\ point'to forty of uninterrupted Disston. When the new vessel slid,
Church. years
of the islands byterian
Africa, and that most ..
tains. M. employed a
Boymond _.v.>_. without accident of any kind, gracefullyinto
... ,service without a single accident is
not only Sicily and Malta, were. connected = dropper,of one-eighth l of an inch in SOUTHERN FORESTRY- l' CONGRESS the water Mrs. Plantj'brokea{ bottle of
not a man to be met with every day.
with the mainland. wineacross the bows,and,amid three hearty
diameter,and determined the weightsby A T DE FUNIAK1 SPRINGS. ,. FLA.
Such a one is a Saxon engine driverof cheers, christened her the Mnfcotte.Stricken .
THERE are 315,000,000 bread consumers sensitive balance.
an extremely The American Forestry Congress
the name of Henze, who has just
in England. If each one The mean of his results gave for 15 which met in New England. month' gone into retirement. 'During his from the Registration List.

should eat half a bushel more next of distilled water 20 drops The following is a list of registered voters
grains : ; i ago, has attracted attentionto .
forty of Henze
years railway.riding, stricken from the Registration Book, in ac-
year than the last the difference would. alcohol of 90, 61 drops ; alcohol of the importance; of.gassing,,laws re- has traveled a distance of 253,347 cordance with law, Wednesday, October7th

amount to 157,000,000 bushels. If, 60, 52 drops ; alcoholic tinctures garding forestry iJ,this,'country, un- geographical miles, or 1,900,102 kilometres 1885:

then, the times of depression in from GOo to poo, 53 to 61 drops ; ethe- less we desire to ,completely denude -in other words, a distance Adkinson, Amos Jones, Hunter ;
Europe should pass so that the mass real tincture 82 drops; fatty'' oil, and forests equal to forty-seven journeys round Anderson, Robert' Judson, Mack
destroy our ,producing a the earth. .A.\'erittV, D Koerner, P W 0 .
could afford to eat all they needed, about 48 drops ; a volatile oil, about lumber famine; and, at the same Adams,J R King, Samuel
-------- Barker
,.Henry Knight, W N .
the difference in demand might absorb 50 drops ; an "aqueous: solution, di- time, impoverishing our soil, affecting Fernandina's Advantages.To Bellows, Thomas B Knight, S WKirkland :

all our surplus at good prices. luted saturate 20 drops. the Editor of the Mirror: Bowls, Joseph ,Reuben W
or J its fertility and .injuring the climate Braswell A J Lange, C L
I received few since the Fernan-
HERE is a rough tariff obtained PROFESSOR JAMES WARREN is an- of the country. On.these points a days Blue, Win Ligeour Joseph ;
dina Mirror, in which I saw that the Messrs. Burnside George Logan; Ben .
from an employment agency of the nounced as the inventor of a new the warning issued by"-the Congresswas Mallory were about starting semi-weekly Baer, Geo K Lyde Chas 0 ,,
wages of various grades of help in process of reducing ores. by the aid especially striking and deserving J steamers from New York to your place ''If Boothe Braddock, G R Hamilton La\vson.'James.Lee, J W : .

California: Cooks,' $240 to $720 a of electricity. While examining 'apiece 'of' attention. It showed that this .I.so, I hope' the:citizens of.Florida. will appre'elate Boothe,,Jeremiah, F Larne D W F-'{ _
the advantages they have .over other'linesTtSRraoVtf John Lyons, J B r_ ,
I' Bradley, u.
. year; nurses, $180 to, SSeO)'Jbousmimfe$18Q& << t': ; ,of gold-bearingjiuartz.! h gro-. r co utlti wta ginpt :MJhf"; ";ily :vvao ,d t ti jr. fti?) fs l 8t fHi gt 'Bryan Jrt"'J. hn I..a.t: : l\rnSf."-1_" .. ./:. ""' .-;..

) $'&i; coachmen,$3GO fessor accidentally it fall into one as was thought. The greater portionof 'these fine. steamers.. They are A No. 1. Barnhill"RichardlitchelJCJ" .-:air. .,
Barfield, T F Mundee, E A. 0 .
to $720; butlers, $500 to $600; Chi of the dynamos, which was in motion the forests of the Northern States The talk about running these large ships to, Brown, CarterIcHeari, It A

cooks and general servants $240to Jacksonville is all bosh ;,I think they would Brest, WilliamIcDonald.. Obid
nese at the time. On looking for the have been destroyed during the past
find bottom before they hove in sight of Bennett PaulBraddock Merrow, J II P i
$420. Even a child of fourteen piece of quartz the next day, he found half century, and the wooded area is that mighty city. You citizens of Fernan- F P Monroe, David -
Buford, C It Mitchum, John
cannot be hired as nurse under $120a .it in the dynamo, and, to his.surprise now confined mainly to ,the South, dina have for several years past been on the Brown, JohnIcKav, Donald .: '.

year. the gold in the quartz had been to the far Northwest and Pacific Rip Van Winkle order, and have let other Bradley, W F :Multier, W L
Biaisdell, W II Iecks,L D
THE sexton of a Connecticut graveyard melted and had run to one side of slope. places take the lead. While in your city Blue,Archibald IcCall" J T
last winter, I was very much pleased to see
Brown ,
Henry Hugh May Riley
says that an English gentleman, the rock, forming a beautiful button. The timber supply of the South you were waking up and bound to shine. Cox Geo T Murphey, Edward

who visited the place last summer, He immediately instituted a seriesof will suffice for the needs of the coun- You have good and active citizens, and I Chatman, fosesIartin: Perry
Crews, Graham Nattiel, Emanuel ,
u sifted three graves to find a signet experiments, and succeeded in try if it is properly husbande'd ; but think they have got "go-ahead in them, Cole, Cornelius 'Noble, James '

but need a little stirring up, so as not to get Cay,Jr, Raymon Norton L
ring believed to have buried been evolving a process by which gold, if the same reckless extravagance is
lukewarm. There is no good reason why Cox, LenConner O'Boyle, J T ,
with its wearer, one of the earliest silver and copper can be instantly pursued that has left Ohio to-day almost Fernandina should not be the principal city ,J F Pendarvis George A>* ,

settlers of Connecticut. The ring smelted from concentrations by a treeless, and is sweeping away of Florida, and I think she will be ere long. CowenOliver Cross, J I Philip Powell,,McCann\1'" !,

was wanted to make good a claim to powerful electric shock,almost equal- the woods of Michigan,'and.Wisconsin Every indication points that way. Her loca- Cooper, Lewis Pringle, Jr, W H i # '

certain property in England, the ing in intensity a stroke of lightning. equally as fast, the whole coun- tion, gives her the advantage. over all other Dougherty Dewson, Geo,James D W Robinson Reed, :S lJ., Amos : '

question being raised as to the au- The successful application of this try will 'suffer from it. What the places in the State. That is my private Davis, Archibald Rawson W S ;
opinion, publicly expressed. Dasher, Noble Rich, John F- ..
thenticity of the impression on certain process to other ores,as lead and an- Congress aimed to secure was some Hoping to have the pleasure of visiting Darden,Charles Russell James

seals. The necessary permission timony, is also expected. attention to this subject find whatis your" place soon and wishing you prosperityand Davis DruryDS, J E Relze lliyalJJ, Jim .. .1h. .,,-_:.:

having been'procured, the Englishman ,- -- the best mode of preventing' fur- health, I am,very trulY, W. C. S. Durham, Willis Sheffield.John W : .-. "
THE GENESTA AT HOME. P. on the Hudson, Oct. 26, 1SS5. Dixon, J J Stewart, Randall .
a lawyer, representing a well ther reckless waste, and. what steps Edwards. Samuel Syfen, II P

known family, sifted with the utmostcare THE PASSAGE MADE IN 20 DAYS AND should be taken to replenish the for- How to flake Good Coffee. Floyd, Henry Swearingen., 11 W William' ,
Freeman, Charley Spann
the three graves, but the dust of 10 HOURS UNDER REEFED SAILS. ests now, alas rapidly disappearing. consistency Buy the best of ordinary coffee and oat grind meal.it Into to the a :Fleming, II S Smith, BB j''.

mortality yielded up no ring, and he PORTSMOUTH, ENG., October 28.- Strange to say, the South, although French pt'nOJi teapot. put One an pound ounce of,of coflee coffee will for Floyd Floyd,, Charles Prince Shepard parkman, Crome, D N ':' ,"/* I

returned to England emptyhanded.ADVICES The Gencsta? which was defeated in vitally interested in this matter as every make sixteen cups, and no more. Have Foreaker, Sr,Nathan Smith W R :. .!y::
Swails, Gus ..f
the recent international yacht race the of wooded lands everything clean, and as soon as the waterin Gage Henry
from Madrid say that thepaniards largest possessor the teakettle begins to boil moisten the Gray, W E Stokes, Poinpv

are maddened over re- for the America's cup by the American 'in the Union, had but one representative coffee gently, and leave it to soak and swell Gambnll.MA l1\c\Jacob! II TooleWalterJTornlinson.. Harris "

ports that American filibusters have yacht Puritan in New York har- present, and took little part'in for water three; don't minutes be in; then a hurry add;a continue little more to Griffin:An-h Thomas, Noel I

bor arrived at this at 9 o'clock add water until have obtained not more Gooden,Oliver Thomas, Press Lee "
port the This however
offered Prince Bismarck, in the eventof proceedings. neglect, you Govenur, J J Thomas. Harvey : ',
than large cupful of the extract. care-
war between Germany and Spain, this morning, after a voyage across will be made good by' the fully done a the entire virtue of the coffee will Green.JE Gill J T Thomas.Tillman,ThomGrantham Britt ,. ':; .

the Atlantic. She came into port Southern meet be in the cupful of liquor at the end of five ,
to conquer Cuba with the assistanceof Forestry Congress minutes. For four persons use a quart of J M Turner, NedataTaylor

a certain sum of money and two flying the three first prize flags won at Lake De Funiak, Fla., December16th. pure milk, and have it piping hot; heat the Grener Hawkins, Jessie, Mathew S Thomas, Henry John ,

gunboats, on condition of the estab- in her contests with American yachts. A Southern Congress of ,this I now large divide cups by the pouring,coffee into into them the hot four water cups; Hercules George Thomas. Fred ?<'11- ;: .

Great enthusiasm was manifested by each of which will be one-quarter full fill Higgins: ,Ryas Wilson. H bert E "' .!.
lishment of Cuban autonomy with kind was deemed necessary, not on break; Husted, Hosea"illiams., Sandy '" '"
This is
the milk.
German suzerainity. The New York the, crowds on board the men-of-war account of any sectional or political fast coffee-the boiling coffee of the gods-of pure whichno Higdnbotham,W W Wilson, George ',"
Holland, John 'Vhilden,J B
Surfs correspondent at Berlin has and yachts in the harbor, and cheer differences, but because the forestry to call man for after a second drinking would Such coffee be so cannotbe base as Hilliard, C A Williamson J R ,. !

made inquiries there regarding the 'after cheer greeted her as she sailed question in the South is; through climatic had at any restaurant cup. in New York. He Hunt Hunt,, S J J D Woods Wilson,,A J. I'Hargrove A ,

reports and the information which into port. It is 'believed that the .or other causes, entirely differ- that drinketh if he fails it to this get morning i it to-morrow will be morn-unhappy James Wilson, W J

time of the Genesta's trip across the But these instructions must be fol- Harris, Alleck Whitworth, II W
he has obtained indicates that some ent from the ,problem the West. ing. Higginbotham, J Whitworth, II G
Atlantic-twenty and ten hours lowed to the letter.
such The South is wooded and Hall I, L T White, James H
proposal has been received by -beats the best yacht record. a country, Hook,John Whittemore, James

Prince Bismarck, but that the German A HEAVY PASSAGE. it'is a question not so much of replacing Social CaH. .Higginbotham, T W Webber. Joseph
forests of those There goes the bell! A visitor I guess Hall C B Williams, J H
Chancellor has refused to notice The wind during the passage was as preserving And I'm a fright, and haven't time to Hunt. W F Whitfield, C V

itTHE north-northeast to west, with occa- we already haY Our trees are not dress. Hill, Sidney White. George
H'm Mrs. Gossip, from across the way; Israel, Warren WhitfieldBenjJones
gradual emancipation which sional strong heavy seas,which great- the same; our tune of planting alto- :What put it i in her head to call today? :Mack' Whittemore, J C
ly retarded her progress. Twice she gether different from:that-prevailing To see what she can see ; that's all, no Johnson,J Y Watson, Stanley ,
was impossible in this country is doubt Jackson, John A 'Young, W J '
hove and the whole
trip was ;
in the North and what applies there Jones J .Asioners. Yerger, H S
soon: to be realized in Brazil. Under made under reefed trisails. The only That woman's nothing but a gadabout.I
seldom does here. hate her with supercilious airs; By order of the Board of County Commis-
the new law the slaves of the Empire mishaps were the, breaking of. the That horrid girl is bringing her tip-stairs: JOHN A.EDWABDS,

are to be valued at amounts from mate's ankle and a slight disarrangement Hence, it was deemed necessary Tis Mrs. Gossip, I declare. Why this County Court Clerk.lFor '.
two of the,steering gear. The best to summon a Southern Forestry Con- Is quite a pleasure I am sure. (A kiss.)
to five hundred dollars for So kind of you to call ; 'tis quite treat;
males runs were as follows: On October 12, gress to call the attention of the coun- Let me remove your shawl; pray, take a Sale.
and at a reduction of 25 per 238 miles; October 13,240 miles,and seat. One Half Share in Lyceum Hall Associa

cent. for females, according to age, on October 14, 200 miles. The crew try to the splendid supply of timberin We're all upset this morning, it is true, tion. Apply at this office.N .
the South the various Southern But we can always find a seat for you.
with annual reductions so calculatedthat of the Genesta speak of their treat- to Pray don't apologize-there is no need, 0 BOTCH" PRINTING DONE AT

the valuations will become zero ment in America with enthusiasm. woods, to point out,to the South I'm'very "Sad you called, I am, indeed. the :MIRROR office.''Get the best .


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r ......:;: : Till DUTY.. r before father died, and sailed i af'day or I hand at.that. But'there no danger. came out of f the room, and, relocking I however, are paid :all the way from-
'\0'f': -- ". two later for Europe. They have been I've a precious :mind to marry' Phil the door* ran to the balusters. $300 to $1,000 a year. They make
Let all the he.good not thou debt doest to. ruan'A abroad ever since,.you remember.. .* Fortescue. He's not as fine a lover. as "Kitty, Kitty !I" she cried out des- complaint, however, and]do not neg ono-
And gift he will Illcre' remember; thee .* There is another thing : your Frederick, but-" perately ; '* come up here-quickly." lect their work. They knew what they h
The more thou dost forget. Your grandfather, just. before.he died, Edwina could endure'no more. There was a strange ring in her had to expect when they entered the
it who knows it not, 'I. spoke Kitty's name and then the I think will.go in ; it is time ,to voice-not excitement, but exultation. ministry, and they accept their lot un-
But as rather one like a vine clock !I' We thought he. meant only dress for dinner,"'she said, wearily. : Victory! victory! The battle nearly complainingly. There must be many
t That year by year brings forth its grapes, the clock should be hers. She'did 'not' go at once'to her own ended 1Kitty 1 times in their lives, however: when
h And cares not for the wine! I cannot tell why I should have been room. She passed her aunt'. door and came rushing up the staircase, ., they are almost unfit to discharge, sat-
q A horse when he has run his race, impelled to open this clock this morn- went towards the chamber in which with amazed eyes. isfactorily, their duties because of the
z" :.. A dog when tracked the game, ing. Edwina, if this should her grandfather had died, and where Come into aunt's room," said Ed- anxieties imposed upon them by the
A bee when their it has deeds honey proclaim.made- be-if this calamity should fall upon the clock stood.in which the paper had wina,- less steadily. Now that all was want of means to meet their necessary
Do not
t.r you, and I cannot help regarding it as been found that ,morning. She won- over,perhaps would come reaction. expenses.
Be silent, then, and like the vine, a calamity, I do not consider myself dered how her aunt had come to enter "Kitty," said .Edwina, "aunt has They are educated men, and have
t Bring forth what be is in thee; wanting in affection for my sister's that chamber. It was usually kept found this in the clock that grand-; educated tastes. :Many of them if
.It is tby duty to good well brother's but locked all remained at her father left You the most had chosen another
- And man's to honor thee. > daughter, as as my ; things as you are one they profession',Or
; .<(;. < -New York Mail and Express. Kitty is so different, so little a Clayif grandfather's death. She turned the interested-and-I congratulate you !I" had entered upon a business career
"tit, 1t this calamity should fall you shall knob softly, impelled by ,uncanny fas Kitty received the document calmly. would win fame or fortune, or both'.
.,..t'" .'." TEMPTATION. share all that I possess, of course. But, cination. The door was locked, as Pull up, Ned, pull up You are It is only natural that they should
..'.t meanwhile, your wedding is set for usual. awfully excited." And then she readit want to live as people in their station
t.w : That is all that you wished to say. October; this is the last of August. I Edwina now 'retraced .her steps and I aloud. in ]life, and should want to see their
lk to me, aunt?" do notfor amoment; suppose that your sought her own room, where she threw' Great .goodness !'' she exclaimed, families well provided for. On their
tt, That is all that I wished to say to loss of fortune would affect your be- herself upon the bed and covered her. when she began to comprehend. "You meagre salaries they have little with
s you," the elder lady repeated with trothed himself, but his family. Theyare face. don't suppose that is good for any- which to entertain their friends and
:slight sarcasm, and Edwina felt herself very proud, very ambitious ; they 'b.* thing?" She,had turned to :Miss Josephine less to give in charity.A .
therewith dismissed. She went out of may be even mercenary. :Miss Josephine Clay and Miss Kitty but the latter sat silent and preacher on a salary of $600, or
> the. room: and down the long staircase, Edwina, I have replaced the paper in Carmichael dined tete-a-tete that even- impassive. even $1,000, who has a large family to
.' feeling strangely. weak and helpless. the clock, and spoken to no one of find- ing, and Edwina was absent. She was Yes," said Edwina. It is cer- support, has a pretty hard time of it.
{.:!it.lts: Some one came dancing in off the ing it. Suppose we leave it so until not well was the word she sent down; tainly grandfather's latest will. You He must at all times be well dressed
...W> ::1J :piazza, for this was their summer home after your wedding. You they might send her a cup of tea, see the date-and the witnesses. It- and his wife and children must make :
f t'" at Bromfield. Edwina knew it must need not decide at once; think aboutit please. it will change everything ; of course, ,a respectable appearance. If they do
w 'to> be Kitty; but Edwina could hardly awhile. This, however, is my ad- It was a considerable battle that the you are the heiress, Kitty ; you have not they are liable to be criticised, not
{ Her eyes were still blinded by vice." girl was fighting out alone. Everything been kept out of your rights too long. only'by those of their own church,who
i.i'Ii"see.the weakness that had settled upon Edwina went carefully over her i seemed against her. She plainly It-it may be-oh, well ; whatever ought to see that their pastor is better
' her while her aunt was speaking. She aunt's communication. Suppose it read her aunt's wish that nothing be happens will be for the best, I trust." paid, but, also, by members of other
"" did not call to her cousin, as she might were true? Suppose her Grandfather said until after her marriage. She ad- Bah !I" said Kitty. And what do denominations.There .

, \\J have done an hour before ; she did not Clay, in some strange, sudden remorse, mitted her aunt's apprehension as to you suppose the :Montgomerys will are very many persons who
look at her. She did not wish to see had done this thing? She rememberedthe Frederick Montgomery's: family to be say ?" are very liberal in providing for their
I.tt i any one just now-Kitty, least of all. last. week of his life. He had been well grounded. She considered that Edwina drew a little sobbing breath own wants, but who pay their sub-
i :But Kitty, halting, saluted.her, with.a speechless nearly all that week, and Kitty would be practically as well off and made no answer. scription for the support of their min-
\\f blithe "Neddie, my love, stop a bit ; Iii had taken little notice of anything or in receiving her great fortune a monthor But :Miss Carmichael turned sharplyat ister and the subscription for their
3 I', ] .I want to tell you something funny." any one. It was quite possible that he two later as in receiving it now. another sound. newspaper with extreme reluctance.
r .. f ;:There, was little, similarity in their had turned about and written the few But, on the other hand, truth, honor Miss Josephine Clay had stirred and They are spendthrifts in providing for
\ .., appearance. They were both fair; but words necessary to revoke all former Did. not' -these demand the instant emitted something like a sniff of contemptuous I their physical need, but misers in pro- ,.
W Edwina was out and out a Clay, tall, wills and leave everything to Kitty wresting of, that paper from its hiding pleasure. viding for their spiritual and intellectual -
'B' :;'' slender: pale and reserved, while Miss: Carmichael. Yet why should he have place in the silent chamber yonder? Sit down, Edwina," said her cou- needs.
1. Carmichael had few, if any, of the turned from one injustice to another? Did not right demand that not an hour sin, pushing her into a chair. She How grudgingly is the little pit-
r characteristics of her mother's family. She asked herself bitterly why he could pass without Kitty Carmichael knowing went over to the mantel then, did :Miss tance required for the support of worn-
t +f :Plump and sandy was Kitty, a trifle not have divided his fortune fairly, pro- her true position? Carmichael, and stood where the light out preachers given, and how inad-
f..fll! freckled, with bewitching dimples, a viding for both granddaughters alike. Edwina was fighting out a bitter from an unglobed bracket made the equate is the amount that is given !
t .i.1 saucy mouth and divine Irish-gray Edwina was far from avaricious.Had battle. Thank Heaven, she had cour- writing on the paper more legible.She Preachers get old and unfit for service.If .
w eyes. By nature she was as rollicking she been quite her own mistress- age to look in the face of all possibilities spoke again'presently. they were not so greatly underpaid
It' and impetuous as her late father, Col. had there not been Aunt Josephine to deprivation, mortification, even "There is just one thing about it. they would be able to put by some-
. { Carmichael, whom her grandfather disapprove, as well as other complications -; the breaking off of the ,marriage, even Grandfather, with all due respect to thing for old age. When they become
t#" Clay had never forgiven for running -she would long since, of her own wreck and everlasting ruin., his memory, was altogether too crankyat useless they are penniless, and have to
f ': away with his youngest daughter. Kitty free will, have made over half her inheritance The room was dark now, she had will making. You needn't frown at be taken care of. They ought to be
's paternal inheritance of good looks to her cousin. But now, to not lighted the gas. The house was me, Aunt Josephine. This has always taken care of much better than theyare.
fi: and good nature: had been greatly to have everything swept away It wasa still, save that Kitty was playing been my opinion. While everythingwas It wouldn't hurt the cause of religion -
b% ; # her advantage: in a worldly sense. She crushing, humiliating prospect. With dance music in the drawing-room, Ned's I kept it to myself, but now if much of the money that is
'. :: bad this, and this only, to blame for Frederick Montgomery, her affianced playing softly; not to disturb her cou- that everything is mine, I don't hesi-I put into tall spires and elaborate
,1' : it : the manner, ,in which her grandfather husband, it would probably make no sin. ".. tate to speak it out aloud. I church decorations to gratify the pride'of
; F.:I" bad treated her in his will. The old difference ; but with his family ? Her Edwina stood upon her feet once was cranky. He might have divided the rich were used to make worn- I
1J t gentleman had died something over aunt's suggestion was forcible, appall- more. She'opened the door and stag- things like a sensible man. As for this out preachers comfortable. Indeed,it
: s ., year previous, leaving the bulk of his ing I With all her faith in her lover, gered out into the hall. She knew bit of writing, I'm too fond of Neddieto is probable that people would enjoy
''':" + large fortune to Edwina, "only child Edwina had not lived twenty years that her aunt had come up stairs. She spoil her affairs; so, here goes." their religion more if they paid their
'tli1 of his late son Edwin," while to Kitty and over and escaped knowledge that went slowly towards the latter's room Kitty !r. Edwina sprang to her feet preachers better.-Savannah Neics.Traveler's .
:.:: ,'I :he had left only a miserable little stipend man's. family may clutch and control and rapped sharply. with a startled cry, for the girl had
i" H i I barely enough to support her. him with ten times the ease with which Edwina's entrance was unsteady. thrust the paper into the blaze of the Guide.

:.:....}, Grandfather: Clay had never, been reconciled they could control a daughter or sis I have come to speak to you about TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
i ".: to Charlotte, his youngest ter. Edwina was strongly conscious that-that other will," she said at gas.Miss: Josephine sat as one stricken Day Passenger Train leaves-
that her father would have been mind For Cedar Key and Wi Id wood,and
J,1 1 daughter. never once. 1----1; have made up my dumb. all points on Transit Road........10.15 a.m.
;.'7.1; Kitty had borne her ill-luck with guilty of a runaway match, as had been that Kitty should know of it directly. "Oh, Kitty !I" That was all her For Savannah and all points North
,;:t& philosophical good humor, and continued her Aunt Charlotte, the mother of Kit- There is no reason for-for delay." cousin could say. The chaired frag- and West...............................10.15 a.m.
:r to reside, as previously, with her ty. In all such matters women are :Miss Josephine replied with cold ments fell and were scattered over the (connecting at Callahan.)
t For Tallahassee,Pen8 coIa.and all
l maiden aunt and cousin, for both girls infinitely stronger, tenderer and more disapprobation : mantel, and :Miss Carmichael walked points on the Florida Central &
-Ed-wina< i faithful than 'men, and Edwina, know- "I think we found several reasons nonchalantly away from them. Western Railroad..10.15 3.m.
1"i' was generous and had thought ing this, could not measure her lover when speaking of it this afternoon.. "What in the world would I do with (connecting at Baldwin.)
tl c .: the will unjust. by her own heart. There was a moment's silence. Ed-, such responsibilities?" she inquired. Day Passenger Train arrives
From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
4' t';,ii! ;' "Never mind, Kitty," she had said, Edwina lay there for an hour or wina could still hear Kitty playing I'd want to divide with you ; that's all points on the Transit Road. 4.30 p.m
r' you shall have a dowry when you more. Consider the matter as she softly in the drawing-room below. about all." From Savannah and all points in
!n, i.Ii(-11 marry; meanwhile I want to* arrange might, there seemed no relief, no solu- Then she spoke again, a little hoarsely Tears were running down Edwina's From the Tallahassee.North and West Pensacola............and...._ 4.30 p.m.

it : ,you a little extra pin-money. tion. She sat up at length with her : cheeks. all points on the Florida Central
U J', ,; "Dowry is all right," said ,Kitty, head throbbing and her face on fire. However that may be, I have de Kitty," she said, the division will & Western Railroad................. 4.30 p.m
l, i : M but never mind pin-money. And The afternoon was slipping away. She cided. I have taken time to consider be made to-morrow. I ought to have Night Passenger Train leaves-
2 For Wildwood........................... .
: r, it was with difficulty that :Miss Clay heard the clock strike five. She arose well ; I have looked everything in the done so sooner; indeed, I would, but 5.30p.m.For
Savannah and all North
;wrt 1,;r:',l! .could prevail on- the proud.. little. creature and went out on the piazza. Kittywas face, and I-I could not sleep to-night for-" _she broke off. Kitty had and West..............points.................. 5.30 p.m.
to accept what was by rights onlys i reading in the hammock on the with this upon my mind.Will glanced significantly at their aunt. (connecting at Callahan.)
S{.xt; .' her own. But :Miss Carmichael's I lawn. She descended and came toward you give me the key to grand- She evidently understood. Night Passenger Train arrives
thoughts were far enough from the the house. father's room, that I may go for the- .Edwina kept her word and all went From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
of wills she hailed Have been asleep Ned?" she ?" well. The not inter- all points on the Transit Road... 8.36 a.m.
+ r subject unjust as you paper marriage was From Savannah and all points in
1 her cousin there on the staircase. asked.CI Your face is flushed. I'll The elder lady regarded her incred- rupted. :Moreover, Kitty herself was the North and West................. 8.36 a.m.
Edwina descended the remaining run and get you a fan." uously. shortly betrothed to Phil Fortesque, From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and

4 : S steps, looking paler than usual. No," said Edwina, a little sharply ; "You can hardly be in earnest, who had always adored her.-Lily all Western points Railroad.on Florida......Central............&.. 8.36a.m.
t. What is it?" she asked, slowly. then, No, don't, dear; I really'don't Edwina?" Curry, in New York Mercury. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
t But Kitty's sharp eyes noted some- feel warm. What book were you reading I am thoroughly in earnest," said Train leaves daily, except SundayFor -
thing amiss. ?" Edwina in clearer voice. Will UNDERPAID PREACHERS. Jacksonville........................ 7.00 a. m.
fa ........................
the last of For Jacksonville 3.35 p.m.
t Neddie, she cried, what is up? The most exciting affair I could you please let5me'have the key? Within quarter a century Train arrives daily, except Sunday-
r S "Nothing," said Edwina, faintly. find, of course. Neddie, I wish you'd Miss: Josephine Clay had risen to wealth in this country has accumu- From Jacksonville......................110.8 a. ra.
,*' I-I dont't feel quite well. Aunt begin to rush your wedding prepara- her feet ; a certain wild look was upon lated very rapidly. Old men of todaycan From Jacksonville........_............ 7.02p.m.
has been talking to I tions little. I shall of dullness her that therein remember when $100,000 Sunday only-
me a perish face-a
i' Josephine ; look only came was
From Jacksonville ....................10.15 a.m.
a think I will lie down awhile. here. extreme anger-a look that at any thought to be a great fortune, and a From Jacksonville ..................... 7.50 p.m.
H'm]: 1 If aunt has been talking to Edwina moved uneasily. Suppose time previous would have caused her man who had $10,000 was thought to For Jacksonville ........................ 6.50 3.C1.
For Jacksonville ............'............ 4.30p.m.
: you I should suppose you'd need to lie there should be no wedding because of niece to tremble. But Edwina'.returned be very comfortably fixed so far as the
'; down and rest," said :Miss Carmichael, her altered fortunes?" her gaze without'flinching. comforts of this life are concerned. MALLORY LINE.
New York Wednesdayand
For direct
S .,. dryly..e I'll see you again by and by, i' But Kitty ran on blithely enough : The elder lady's hand slipped slow- Now,.however, only the millionairesare Saturday evening. every
S Ued." And she turned like a young I've a notion to marry-it doesn't ly into her pocket and slowly out looked upon as the rich men, andan From New York direct. every Tuesdayand
.k squirrel and whisked herself out again make much difference whom, you again. One slim arm reached out dis- annual income of $10,000 is not Friday eyeing, at 3.00 p.m.CIIARLFSTON LISE.

:, '' : into the open air. know. I have begun to think I oughtto dainfully. The key .dropped upon the considered large. There are plenty of For Jacksonville A FLORID.STEA3ISHIP and Palatka, by City of
'1'' a Edwina entered the drawing-room marry somebody-anybody that's carpet between the twowomen., Ed- millionaires in every large city, and Palatka or City Mouticello, every Monday
; and threw herself upon a sofa. It was nice and good-natured and will take wina stooped and picked it up."Thank'you they are to'be found'even in the smaller and Thursday. From Charleston same days.
!' dark and and would in- about the For Charleston and Savannah by same
quiet no one me world. You'll be gone she said. towns. The incomes of professionalmen
terrupt her there. She would have a in a month or so, and I will be left to :Miss Josephine answered with a have' increased with the increas- From steamers Paiatka, every and Sunday Jacksonville and Wednesday.same days.ST. .

r ,, chance to think over what her aunt Aunt Josephine's mercy." Kitty madea coldness more bitter than any threat: ing prosperity of the country,and even MARTS RIVER.
had been saying. Suppose it were authentic little grimace ; she was sitting on the Go your own way. But, by and mechanics and clerks are paid better. Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
s the will that her aunt had discovered steps, while Edwina occupied rustic from !I" While however there has been such" For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday -
a by, expect no sympathy me ,
and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m.
S that very morning in its chair above. I don't see, she endedup Edwina flew from the room. It seemedto marked improvement in the 'material For St. Marys and Dnngeness, on
{. ::I! strange hiding place, the old clock? "how I shall exist, Ned, when you her she must make haste, lest later affairs of most other classes, preachersare Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p.m.
And her aunt seemed to think it au- are married off." she should lose the strength now buoy- very little, if any, better paid than For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
and ........... 8.00a.m.
thentic. 4t I best tell Edwina Monday Thursday
thought" to you answered with vague bitter- ing her up. With shaking hands she they were when congregations were Steamer Martha arrives-
i at once, Edwina, she had eaid.U I ness : unlocked the door of that silent cham- much poorer than they are now. Thereare From St. Marys and Crandall on
will i show the will I have I ............ 1.00 a.m
not ; reasons. Perhaps something will happen to ber. The light from the hall made a few preachers in each denomination Monday and Thursday -
:But it is certainly your grandfather's alter things." objects sufficiently distinct. A moment who are paid comfortable salaries. From Wednesday St. Marys and:and: Saturday Dungeness.._, 9.00 a.m.
handwriting, witnessed by the Bateses, Kitty puckered up her brows. later her trembling fingers had closed I I They are in the !great cities and the From on St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
M 4 father and son, who called here week 11 Alter things? I'd like to have a upon the.paper. She closed the clock, larger towns. The great majority, Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00p.m.


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one of the towns in :Mississippiwhere "I see," she said, as she laid down : '. .

we stayed over Sunday, a cou- the paper, that they have now invented -

ple of strangers got into a discussion a cannon which will carry a The Light-Running -
about the age of the earth. They were 200-ball thirteen -miles."

the sons ot planters, and neither of Um !growled the old man, as ;he

them over twenty-two years of age. spat six feet, and missed the cuspidor. WHITNER & SCHUYLER F"Do7i\trnsTlcT\ r

The dispute started in a goodnaturedway How long do you suppose the ball

but ended in one of.them spring- would be in traveling a mile, she con- ............-.--.....-......--.-... ....,.-....;......-...

ing up, pulling out a bowie knife, and tinued.

threatening to carve the other up if his Dunno 1" he gwrowled."Do This cut shows!" the new style of wood work
other about two hundred Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store,
word was disputed again. The was you weigh that the company is now introducing

defenseless, and wisely held his peace. ?" she persisted. .

The man with the knife pat down, and "See here !1" he grunted, <{ what has

conversation turned to other channels.By cannon and thirteen miles and two No. CEJrFl..E

and by the defenseless man got up hundred pounds got to do with us?" ,47 STREET: ,

and lounged away, and the next we "Oh, nothing, nothing," she humbly :-. ,

saw of him, half an hour later, he was responded. you know, I was ; .
,' -r.: 4A
resting the muzzle of a double-bar- wondering how long it would take you full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use:

reled shotgun against one of the porch to get home after the lodge if you were

pillars: of the hotel, and had us all cov- fired from that cannon."

his fin- --

gers ered.on The the triggers hammers, and were his eyes up, blazed, A Englishman FRENCHMAN says in:conversation" I am going withan to FINE G ANn G COFFEE

like the knife a tiger: ,as he said to the man with leave my hotel. I paid my bill yester- GROCEME TEA

"Jim it's turn now }1" day, and I said to the landlord, Do I ,
my '
"Yes." owe you anything else? He said, .

I've got you covered !1" You are square.Vhat am' I?' He ,, "-. ., .
said You 'That'sstrange
again, : are square. i
I see. ,' said I. 'I lived so long I Pure Spices, Canned Goods, t
*' I said the earth was a million years '
Jim never knew I was square before.
old stuck to 6,000 years. ,
; you
to figures or I'll blow the Then, as I ,was going away, he shookme

come of up head my over that fence !1" by the hand, saying, 'I hope you'llbe Artistically Beautilnl.

top crossed" Say your his 1" legs replied in the the coolest other manner, as he, round said I was soon.square.' I' said Now, 'I you thoughtyou hope Imported Pickles 1 mil sauces, Dried Fruits, Nuts, Without u Peer.IN .

I'll be round soon. He laughed and ITS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION
"I'll tell what I'm willing to do.
you be I'll said, When I tell you you'll be round,
As both of us might wrong IT HAS NO RIVAL
crowd." I mean you won't be long: I did not .
leave it to the
know how forms he wished me The new lines of attachment that are-
many '
"Well, that's" fair. What's your fig- to assume ; however, I was glad he did CRACKERS AND CANDIES, "' : now being placed with each "Domestic"are
ures, gents? specialties. No other machine has them
We consulted together, menaced all not call me flat. .;_. .- ,, These attachments and the new wood-work
: ,
make the "Domestic"
more than everwith-
the time by two charges of buckshot, 1 1, ,. e"-. ,_ r. out question,
and the Colonel was authorized to call New Advertisements. ', 'r"

out: Toilet Soap and Perfumery, :' The Acknowledged Standard of

We reckon on about 700,000 years, Extract From a Private Letter. Excellence.FOR .

stranger, but shouldn't be surprised if Regarding Dr. DavidKennedy's' Favorite Best Brands Family Flour,
it went to a million." Remedy' the writer, Prof. A. B. Chandler,

Nor up I, either 1" said the man, as he Principal Miss., says:of. "I the suffered Academy from, Brookhaven torpidity of, : Choice Butter and Cheese, SALEBY-

lowered the gun and leaned on the barreL the liver and bowels and paralysis. I used HENRY HOBEIN

I don't say as I fit in the war, the Favorite Remedy' for two months, and ,
am now able to use my side, which for two i Hams Bacon Lard
or that I was born up Fighting creek, months, and am now able to use my side, :;.:- etc. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
but when it comes down to the age of which for a long time had been like a pieceof '"'
the earth I'm to hum and the latch dead flesh. My general health was never
letter than at present. Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
string is out 1 Come and see me !1" r Address,


college hired out to a Vermont farmer $500,000 A YEAR.STATEMENT RICHMOND VA.MANUFACTURER .

to brace up his constitution a little." i

Part of his daily duty was to feed the :EI.... .A."D"STJ: : ,
cattle. One day his employer noticed OF THE AMERICAN,
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that he was reading an agriculturalpaper NATIONAL,AND UNITED STATES

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more of it until he saw the embryo PANIES, TROY, N. Y.
farmer making for the stalls where the The strength of Rome lay not in her mul-

calves were kept with a large bucketof titude, nor in her grain-laden fleets. These
were elements of strength, but her never-
garden loam.ll what's that failing resource lay in the self control and [The Cabbage for South ,. i
for? asked the farmer. \ said discipline of Roman soldiers. Disciplineit ii

the young man, I read in the paper is the very soul to all the wonderful mean- i
yesterday that calves ought to have a ing possessed by the word veteran." :Mr. Either for home use or for shipment to NOBTHEKJT MARKETS, ,
Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in the ex- &-
little ground food daily, and I thoughtI'd press business. "Thirty-three years," be...
try it and see how it worked." said to your reporter, "I've stood at this HENDERSON'S .
desk." It is the discipline of years of expe- EARLY SUMMER. ,
"YES, boss,, said Uncle Cephus, rience which gives him the position he holds .._ pM111I pl'AINI41Wl I
dem Jonsings am de highesttonedcolored in the trust and esteem of these three great This valuable variety as well as a full list of the most desirable
people in de hull State. De corporations. "We have a business of .
and I've been absent from
$500,000 a year VEGETABLE SEEDS
of dem ladies is .
pride young sumpin'dat's this office hardly a month in all that time, ,

past de onderstanding ob a com- although I must confess that many times WIll be found described In our Manual of"EVERYTHIJTO FOB THE!:GABDIJT' ,"which will be sent to any
mun niggah. You see, der grand- I've worked here when suffering great pain, address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage. r I Ij
for I've been troubled all life with j
father he died ob kind ob my II
some high- ousness and dyspepsia. My system had bili-I SEEDSMEN &; GROWERS, Ii I
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caze :Miss Libbie she dun 'lowed dat to regulate it perfectly. I have, sir, great
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ALGERNONAh, my dear boy, so who have no money to buy medicine of any The science most mechanics popular Weekly,engineering newspaper,discoveries devotedto ,inventions -
glad to see and how is suit kind, for there are a great many troubled and patents ever published. Every num- AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
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with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid. for Tin Gntters promptly filled.
with :Miss De Rich coming on?" Augustus I always keep FAVORITE REMEDYin publication of information furnishes which no a most person valuable should encyclopedia be without. Wind Mills for pumping water or running
_" Weally, my boy, I can't say the house. I consider it the best medi- The popularity of the SCIENTIFIC! AMERICAN is light machinery promptly erected on order.
such that its circulation nearly equals that of all
that I've made much progress so far, cine for the blood in the market. Well, I --w"HITELEAD-: : other papers of its class combined. Price. $3.20 a Church Factory and School nell for sale
must attend to the matter for the western ear. Discount to Clubs. Sold by all newsdealers. at a bargain.
but I believe I've hit on the right idea part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I MUNN&CO.,Publishers.No.36lBroadway MnnnACo.havelao ,N.Y. $3SStoves at Wholesale Prices.

now. Do you see this dawg ?" "Of am coming down to Rondout to see him in -ANDREADYMIXED- AEHTS. had Thlrty- All goods delivered at the various trans-
course. What a delightful Englishpup August. I want to know him." I left the practice Eight years'before portation stations within the city free of
the that :Miss De Rich veteran, still at his post, rejoicing in health the Patent Office and have preparedmore charge. All sales for cash.
; just one nd grateful to Dr. Kenned than One Hundred Thousand CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS..
for patents in
admired, by the "It's the applications
way. very and foreign countries.
United States Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
one, my boy. She went into ecstaciesover CURTIS A CO., f Assignments Caveats. Trade-Marks and all other Copy-nghts papers for
it at the dawg show." "Ah, I securing to inventors their rights in the
ESTATE AGENTS, United States. Canada. England.France, In the Circuit Court, ,
see: so you've bought it for her?" REAL ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA -THEY ARE THE BEST.- i. Germany at short and notice other and foreign OD reasonAble countries terms.prepared ,FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU

"No; for myself." "For yourself? Information as to obtaining Hand-books atenta cheerfully of- COUNTY, FLORIDA. '
What good can that do you ?" Why, Loans procured,Mortgages negotiate dex- I I information given without sent free.charge.Patents obtained
changes effected. Hunn&Co. are noticed in the i Scientific A. B. NOYES
I my dear boy, can't you see? Ba Jove, through American free. The advantage of such notice is claim $941, Bond 1882YOU
:Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 to dis-
all who wish
I the deah girl will have to take me or acres, Lands and Plantations. from 5 to 5,000 EALSOMINE"i well pose attheir understood stmts.by persons HART.Attachment.. .
lose the know." for sale. i Address )lrIUNN It CO'om ce Sozarmo:
I dawg acres,
you 361 Broadway New York. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
N. B.-"St. :Mary's .having been selectedas All Shades 50 CENTS per Pack-i AaRatCAIt writ of attachment has been issued
"HE'S not what handsome the terminus of the Atlantic Mssissippi:
you and attached to
against you your property
said the Major, beaming through his Canal (under the survey made for Govern- age of, Five Pounds. MARX HELD &, CO. satisfy the demand of A. B.:Noyes, amount-
ment by General Gillmore), charters for the $941.79. Now unless shall"ap-
that howl- ing to you
glasses on a homely baby lay construction of which having been grantedby IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OFFLOWERS before his Honor James M. Baker
ing in his mother's arms, but it's the the United States Government and the Judge pear of the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
kind of face that grows on you." "It's Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large FOR SALE AT Circuit, in and for Nassau County, on the
not the kind of face that ever on Increase in the value of adjacent lands may first Monday in January, A. D. 1886 being-
grew "
,be confidently looked for. (See New York ANDFEATHERS
the fourth day of said month,judgment will
you, was the indignant and unex- Sun,27-3-83.) R. L. ABNOW'S, be rendered against you, and your propertysold
pected reply of the maternal being; to pay the debt.
"you'd be better if it had !I" NOTICE OF REMOVAL.R. H. J. BAKER,
looking No. 43 CENTRE STREET. 600 & 602 Broadway, New York. Attorney for Plain tiffL

PRACTICAL ounghouse- G. McQUITTY Pay the Highest Market Price for all Kinds Fernandina,Fla., October 3d, 1885. 3m
keeper (looking over the market re of Bird Skins Egret White Crane Heron-'
portsBertha, I shall want you to MERCHANT TAILOR, GEORGE:: :X*. LEWIS,.&geak Plumage, etc. Ship Direct to New York. Warranty and Mortgage Deeds.
Has removed his business to the rooms Can use only large quantities. Express charges PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN
to market this Bertha- overIeddaugh's
go ; morning. must be prepaid on sample packages. sent upon receipt of 2-cen
grocery store, on Centre street. GEO. W. SCHUYLER,
mum. Wot'll get mum? He has received an assortment of seasonable stamp. AddressFLORIDA
Young housekeeper I see that beefis goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. FOR FINE PRINTING, SEND YOUR MIRROR, ..;-
much cheaper on the hoof, and I make them up to suit all tastes in the to the MIBBOB office. 26 Fernandina, Fla.FOR .
best Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's
presume it's just as good. Get a nice ,!!style.Repairing neatly done. BOTCH" PRINTING DONE AT FINE JOB PRINTING SEND
roast off the hoof." :. Fernandina, Fla.,July 12,18g4. FERNANDINA, FLA. No MIRROR: office. Get the best. orders to the MIBBOB office.

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ijf THE( FLORIDA MIRROR; ; ville, P\llatlm'and: Sanford'owe'theircommercial : \ : J A RECEIVER'APPOINTED: :FOR tie limbs had been frozen 'too stiff to swim, .THE:REVIVED;SO UTIl. -

.: growth largely to their: THE F. R. CO. some,friendly whaler would. have wrapped The industrial growth of the South
the of \V. her in a blanket and taken her to the Tre- ,the last five is
'Upon application Bay- during
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS,. EDITOR. 'location the St. Johns river. This. years. phenom
t on mont or Revere House, where, with the assistance enal. The
ard Cutting of New., York a increased production
.,; Esq., of
' : 'advan age..th will always .enjoy. n of a few hot whisky she
.6f; : Subscription, 83 peryear; fix: months SI. y > the great staples upon 'which thatsection
creditor interested in the
''".It;', The tourist'tra\'el is'not soj certain a I- and largely, might have thawed sufficiently to be dressed has been accustomed to rely i
} Office.corner Centre and First streets,second floor .Florida.Railway & Navigation Company and presented to the 'Ltheti Club,' or the ,
and the
.reliance.. We have.witnesseil.oflate .-s y development of other forms
t\t Mr. H. R. Duval the Sorosis, of New York.
ktt1 J' RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten 'a tendency of the Northern,travel,to present Or, how would it have been possible for of agriculture far exceed.any results
G and five cents for vice-president and general under the best condition of
cents a line for the first manager slave
.seek St. Augustine, Green Cove, Pa- Diana to wake Endymion with a kiss' by
each subsequent Insertion.Special of the road has been labor. Emancipation has not 'O
SII1] line. :latka Sanford Enterprise :Maitland, appointed by moonlight, with the thermometer near zero? my
, : notices, 15 cents a : benefited the South, but labor under
Judge Woods of the United .States She wouldn't have tried it. Like sensible
Rending notices,.25 cents a line. etc. Fernandina is the natural out- a the present conditions is
:; Special rate for time advertisements upon application Supreme Court receiver of the road. maiden she would have been at home toasting contentedand
of all the interior and its prosperous.
I st. .at the office.Communications. ,let prosperity her feet by a good fire.
The interests of Fernandina While
are so slavery existed the
.. all matters of local interest will redound to the advan- In fact, Endymion wouldn't have been so white
; upon
connected with the that regarded >or as
road manual1a1. desradin
f}:, solicited from all parts of the county and from tage of all these'prosperous river:and largely big a fool as to be found sleeping on a moun- The and distress *
:'! t along the lines of Florida railways. The of any movement of this nature was tain top, especially a late hour at night, which foil
interior towns. prosperity lowed the rebellion
h All communications intended for publication well calculated to excite the curi- unless he had been drinking, and our im-
!;.iil-'!:.s.,.. ". should be addressed to the Editor; all business Savannah is no drawback to Atlanta, pression has always been that he was very to work: for bread. The stress of necessity -
"',letters simply to THE FLORIDA :!oIIRROR.j' osity and interest of our citizens.As has raised
}; Macon\ Augusta, etc. It is their sober young man-belonged to the Prohibi-. up a frugal, industrious -
to the effect of this and
H' importantmove tion enterprising generation
commercial seaport which they party.
J "SATlTRDAY. OCTOBER 1885. appreciate
t ;; we believe that it will be ben- And if, in spite of all these obstacles, Di- such as was unknown to the old'South.
and take pride in as Georgia's .
t41 f"PERNANDIN. eficial to all concerned. The, ana had stolen the kiss, with the thermometer -
.; .. AS THE P1R32US OF commercial The pur-
., seaport city. somewhere about 3.20 Fahrenheit, it The progressive spirit, large development
t. \ pose receivership preserve
. 'i Herald wisely and >forcibly says : must. have proven a frozen kiss. of resources, and vigorous
; Therefore let us look on Fernan- and protect the 'property. The necessary Ugh what a sensation-like ice down capacity for? .affairs are illustrated in

i In a sprightly article entitled expenses are to be first pro- one's backVe! have heard of architecture the diversity of industries and the

i;" Fernandina as Our Piraeus," the dina kindly, and help her in every vided for, and the security and safetyof compared to frozen music, but a frozen kiss! many fresh fields of employment mall

:"' ::-$ Herald considers the relations of seaports way, for in so doing we help. our- the roadbed and rolling stock. It must have been ipe-cream-very sweet in the Southern States. The Manu-
selves." summer but a chilly tipple in winter. And, J ctllrer's Record of Baltimore devotes
to great cities, and states some The of all will be
Pt employees
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wages then, the garden where the Epicurean phi- special attention to these subjects,
,j...1 interesting facts. Generalization, OUR ORANGE CROP.In promptly paid when due, and it is losophers resorted to meditate, converse, lecture and the last quarterly revIewofthcir

t ;:,;l'a however, is a somewhat deceptive an interview with a Savannah but bare justice that all arrearagesdue and recite. How could they accomplishsuch condition presents many remarkableand

?: mode of reasoning. Assuming thata News correspondent, Colonel D. H. employees should be paid first purposes on Boston Common clothedup gratifying figures.

1 Elliott a fear lest the pol- to the eyes in overcoats and furs? No, The assessed value of
harbor does not necessarily expresses property
t ,.:.: great on the list of indebtedness. This
in discouraging we must travel to a more southern latitudefor since 1879 has increased $900,000000.
of the Fruit Exchange ,-
make a great city, its converse may icy will at once excite the interest and the atmosphere of Greece-to the sum Home rule and hard work

,-t:' also be assumed, that no great city the shipment of immature the grateful recognition of those who mer leas of Florida. Aphrodite might rise have achieved this great triumph.

:tJ: exists independent of a harbor. Bos- fruit, may cause the shipment have labored faithfully for the road in smiling and eternal beauty from the warm Eleven thousand miles of new
: other channels of a considerable waters of the Gulf Stream,and we have some
through railroad have been built since 1879.
ton New York, Baltimore, Philadel and do
.s a hearty willingness to
$ conch sheds: big enough tq hold her. Diana
: 'i Savannahand New part of the crop, or else that With the improvementson old roads,
1; t phia. Charleston, their bests for its interests. Fbrtu-
might kiss her shepherd lover any moon- this involved! of
an expenditure
the fruit held back until February -
"fo Yo"...'I Orleans undoubtedly owe their existence being nately for the receiver, he enters light night on the top of Mount Dora. $500,000,000.The .
f \x1. to the fact that they are commercial may then cause a glut in the upon his duties at a period when the Twenty Helicons can 'be found of greater cotton mills have doubled in

t",- a cities accessible by sea to the market. We think the advice' of beauty than the original, and of more heal- number and since 1880 and
;.: business of the Northern
*" of the world and therefore General Manager Ives: ; not: to ship ing'virtUt's. In Georgia, on the are still rapidly increasing.The .
ii1.. ,.; I commerce : ing and its income the largest.We rugged heights of Mount Yonah, we will

t:..' -a I it follows that, other things be- immature fruit, timely and sensible are glad to hear it said thatirnthediate find our Olympus. In Nacoochee Valley, a cotton seed oil mills have
g in number and
quadrupled capacity
harbors form the advice, but we 'do1 not. think he in- modern vale of Tempe, through which the
-1 1.1 ing equal great
,. : steps will be taken to improve since 1880, and now have a capitalof
tended that it will be under- beautiful Chattahoochee winds like a spark-
or so
:i :'. building up of great cities. Of course, the road-bed and condition of $11,000,000.In .
ling silver vein, Crippling: over golden sands.
: harbor to insure the growth be retained until February. By the iron has doubled, and 4,000,000 tons
r + SL great to be run under as favorable con- Athens must be found in softer latitudes.

t.:': j l of a city. It must have such a relation 1st .of December a very fair propor- ditions as any other in the State. -Viator. of the coal were added to the aggregatein
-------------- -- same period.
1M'_:j 4 to the interior or to other trade tion of the crop will have matured
;. We presume no change will be TIlE HARBOR CONVENTION The phosphate.rock, well knownas

: : fj centres, to create a business at such to a considerable degree, and be fresh, made in the officers or management The Harbor: Convention,; asse a valuable fertilizer, mined on the

:t4 f iin harbor. If, in point of fact, thereis inviting and palateable; it will be of the road. ble next month in Savannah; is attracting seacoast of South Carolina last year
; \it colored and sufficiently exceeded that of 1880 by more than
is demand for town fully fully grown,
7i: -: a a seaport sooner We wish Mr. Duval every successin much attention in all our
:, later such town will be built. sweet to ripen in transitu. 200,000 tons.
or a his work. seaboard cities. Full delegations, it These may be called new industries -

'F,>- It can hardly be said at this stage, of We see, therefore, no reason why.the ----------- is expected, will be present from and there are many others

z .: ... Florida's growth where its commercial fruit should not go forward by the TIJJ; MODERN PIRJSVS.' every seaport city from Norfolk to showing the march of enterprise indifferent

,k.i capital.will eventually be., New third week in N. November, and from The Florida.. Herald seems quite to Key West. A River and Harbor directions. Manufactures

;fi. if. towns on the St. Johns and in the,interior I thence onward. A'wise distribution captivated with our Pir eus suggestion Convention has been called to meet are spreading-fast is and with material strides.pros >

already assert their claims; of.the shipments,and good handling, and gives very free rein to its at Tuscaloosa, to take into consider- perity One of the advancing most pleasing long features of

f' l'' be,: the future great cities of Florida; will probably secure fair, average classical similitudes, even ,desiring to ation the improvement of Southwestern this astonishing change is that the

rl :;\ and Pensacola,in the west, will hardly ]prices. at the start, with a rising market wrest'from the State its appropri- rivers. and harbors. The advan- colored people are becoming thrifty

it '" I l concede pre-eminence in the future in February and March. We ation of the name of the modern tage of these two conventions is very and are acquiring homes and comforts -

1 hear it frequently said, that unless i Athens. Western New York has while their children are receiving -
t :; .: to our enterprising neighboringcity apparent in concentrating our influence the benefits of good education.

at the same time the Herald the Fruit Exchange attains higher however, already appropriated the the
i ; yet, to secure to important com Whatever contributes to the prosperity -

J"',s"I correctly says: prices than commission merchants, larger part of classical antiquity, and mercial harbors and rivers of the of the South is an indirect

.'.$.J.J .. It may be stated, as a general rule, to there will be dissatisfaction. Of Rome, and Utica and Syracuse, Ca- South their share of the amount to gain to the North, by the opening of

.t+ 'which I I there I are rare'exceptIon, that I where I course, there arc those who will always millus; Homer, Virgil, Cicero, Sen- be devoted to public works. For new markets, associations in enter-
t' -t commercial or manufacturing capital, with prises, and the contact of active and
expect much more than the eca, Palmyra,.,etc., give Florida no the appropriations
; : ; : very many years liberal minds. This intercourse dispels -
.:cen-tre, market will yield, but a majority of opportunity of emulating that classi- for harbors were largely devoted to prejudice and strengthens the

.iq.1 change it." the fruit-growers are reasonable men, cal region. Northern ports. Having receivedthe bonds of union.-N. :Y. Sun.

.t[ '1. There is of course a strong and will not be extravagant or unreasonable -
.. powerin "Few would be disposed: to dispute the benefit of profuse and liberal ap-

t.' -I the existing relations of businessr4 in their expectations.Three authority of Major Fairbanks on classicalor in -TIIECITY -
:$ propriations, they now, a spasmof
'f to established centre and will be historical question, particularly when
: an already things they reasonablysure : virtuous fur- I
connected with the State of Florida. When, enconomy;,' oppose
JJ(I... in proportion to the length of time, of, a saving of twenty to thirty therefore, he pronounces Fernandina the ther appropriations at the South for

t1 ':, increase of population; and. amount cents a box in shipments West. by Piraeus of Jacksonville, the necessary inference these improvements. Fortunately, :Aa.T:

:;L J of capital invested,will be the power haying car load rates, more speedy follows that Jacksonville must be the the South and West, by united ef- I I
} and and better Athens of Florida. Of course, so distinguished -
Z of trade
retaining commerce.. transportation, handling; forts, can control the. action of Con- IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
must have
:'a t:'" _, .. .But it can hardly be said that and that they will\ receive'every' dol- an authority ample
., : grounds for his opinions, and they are not gress and secure a recognition of our -AND-

r !'t town of 20,000 inhabitants, of comparatively lar their fruit sells for. If the Fruit far to find. It is surprising, when we thinkof claims upon the public treasury, to

;.], ',.: recent growth, and of undeveloped Exchange accomplishes nothing more it, that we should have acquiesced so longin which we contribute no inconsiderable M. DOWNEYIS [

has this the who the.claims of Boston to the style assumed
already season, fruit-growers
: r : her the modern Athens. Her cli- share of our means. This is to
) by as -
.r, planted itself in such a commanding ship by it will have reason to be sat-
r J mate is utterly inconsistent with the tenor be accomplished by an agreement as
::.,: .t: position. We have seen in our own isfied. The Exchange;with time and of a hundred legends which illustrate and to what we'want, and the united efforts RECEIVING. PURCHASES AND OPENING IN NEW-YORK.HIS LATE

'h j day Atlanta outstrip Savannah and experience,will be able,year by: year, embellish the classic days of Greece. In the of our Representatives to obtain .

:;,. all the older cities of Geor ,. The to accomplish snore and more for the genial.climate Ath flourished the citron the Take Fernandina, Oct. 29, 1885.
'-' and olive,the lime, the orange and the pomegranate appropriations required.
concentration of railways and manip fruit-growers., J. A. RYDER, J. W. NUNN,
: : Soft and warm were the breezes the united Congressional strength of Blacksmith. Wood Workman.J. .

J t I.: ufactures will draw population, and Supposing Colonel D.. H.; Elliott's that blew o'er the blue waves of the Grecian Virginia, North and South Carolina A. RYDER & CO.,

with will business. est 1nat to be correct to The "of the
population come as the'quantity Archipelago. passions peoplewere
and and will listento
'(; Georgia, Congress -PRACTICAL-
Maumee Ohio of fruit and with a fair, as warm as the climate where
Thirty ordinary
r i: years ago was demands. We hope Florida
Burning Sappho loved and sang.:
: promising embryo city and To- winter with.the increased
1 a .reputationof
t Her temples were.open, for the air was mild, will be fully represented. 'Ye.learn BECOME AND SECOSD STS.TT7E .
1t ledo its Piraus was a sparsely set- our fruit that
we anticipate
,' may
., and coolness was more considered than the that our city authorities have the
?' i lied village at the outlet of the Mau- ,the prices will be as good'as last year, comfort dependent? on anthracite coal tires, matter under consideration and will I ARE NOW PREPARED TO DOM
entrusted to our
and all work
;J t5 mee river, a few miles below Mau- ,if not better. '\Ve.have competition and an indoor life as a necessity. any and Saw-Mill Work
full care promptly. Ship
; ,: t i -mee. Maumee has become nothing, from.the West Indies all through the What a violent contrast does this enchant- appointa delegation.. carefully Done 'at reasonable rates. WoodWork
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ing and perfumed atmosphere present to the in all of its branches, at living prices
!1?, r' and Toledo a city of 50,000 inhabi- winter, and in March l will 'begin to cold, bleak shores of New England, where THE Russian journal of the Finance and at short notice.HorseShoeing.

;1' :'ta.; tants. Tampa, Orlando, ,Ocala and, feel the_competition'of other foreign the east wind, suggestive of rheumatic Minister has published a long articleon a, Specialty.
the forests of Eastern Siberia.
!t: : Gainesville, besides Palatka, have fruit, which, although infurior'in twinges and consumptive coughs,penetratesthe The immense forests of pines firs, .Jj2r" Furniture repaired,repainted,stainedor
J How can we possibly varnished. Wire Safes made to order at
within fcwli' will very marrow. : '
rapidly a qualify the
..I. grown very depreciate market conceive Venus Aphrodite rising off the larches, cedars: birches, aspens and short notice.

t years past, and will, no doubt, continue by its loweiP riccs. shores of Nahant, with a nor'easier blowing limes which form almost the. exclu- A share of the public patronage. solicited.Respectfully .

tj, I to grow. Jacksonville has The true' policy of the Florida great gusts through her disheveled tresses? ,sive wealth of this region belong forth J. A. RYDER & CO.

1 f' made a very marked advance and is fruit-growers is to capture the market If the poor girl had ventured to put heren's greater part to the State. During --

: and or nose out of. the water, they would a great number of years this Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
a enterprising by furnishing '
l' prosperous growing very superior
of wealth almost of
I have turned so red that all her beauty'would source was entirely Tracts containing twenty; acres each
:rt city.. We do not.regard Fernan- quality. Buyers will soon discriminate have. been spoiled.. How would'Venus look. unproductive. It is only since 1869 choice,high hammock land on Orange: Lake

i I$, diva as a rival to any of these places. between drops, green and poor in her-fancy shell shivering in' the cold. with that amore or less regular adminis- suitable,are now for orange offered growing for sale.and These truck farming lands-

:at. They will continue to grow and fruit from Florida, and the real Florida icicles dripping from her ears and finger tration of forests has been established, are very conveniently situated for transportation

;l'lt", thrive from their enterprise and their fruit, such as commanded the tips? She would, no doubt, after a few min and at the-present time the extent of by water or rail, and will be sold on

are unques
.'11 utes experience, have dropped to the bottom the forests in Eastern Siberia is esti- terms to purchasers.
: surroundings, being local centres of admiration of the public at New: : tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
mated about
irJ of the ocean and sought the warm Gulf at 72,33.5,330.deciatines ( large bodies. G. II. FAIRBANKS
:11I x areas more-or 'less large. Jackson-, Orleans received.. the premiums. Stream to take off the chill. Or, if her gen- 11 square yards each.) February 16, 1832. Fernandina, Fla.
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4 ./r= As nearly all my competitors are now selling their,goods at manufactrirers' > = CASaMERESPlailli : ,

..., prices, it. is my intention to dispose of my entire stock
of and Summer GoodsREGARDLESS. Prints
Spring > Ginghams etc. '

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," "; i.. -.f hbr !: 1 : in order to make room for my Fall and Winter Stock, which I LdVER.m : : ..-y- :ir3 c.: JLCES::

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

,II stock comprises in part Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots

and Shoes, Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold OOR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT I>-
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but are offered at lower figures than can be secured at any otherstore. & CO., NEW YORK: FIT GUARANTEED.
THIS \' of purity, strength and whole- They are from the best known manufacturing and importing

someness.nary kinds,More and cannot economical be sold than in competition the ordi-- houses in the country, and are worth double the price.. I am. ask-. ( HEW FALL'STYLES I lil I GENTS' HATS l, ,

with the multitude of low-test, short- ing; theyMUST

weight r Sold alum only or I phosphate in cans. powders. Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. {

48 10G Wall Street, New York. A. LARGE ZdXXTS Or' HAITDSOS: : S GOODS. e

"ALE*. D. ROUSSEL'S r .Jtilr". Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to @
however, to make room for .the large shipments I am constantly F&1 ten dollars and over sent;FREIGHT PREPAID.Northeast .

STORE. receiving by New York Steamers. I would say to those who .are in
EA'E.C.AIN. 1r. '9. J: :DJr:)
need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line. to give me a.calk. ,
: corner Centre and Third' Sts.,


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I and I feel sure they will be satisfied that I am selling better'.goo': .

HATS AXD CAPS, I for less money than ever before offered in Fernandina. / ,


-AGEXT FOG- .'.: ;:.,..,':', .. . .:. Jti"l1.IC>F.XlC: ) SJEB.VX:: CE.: '

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A. t L. FRUIT .Z'" .
SILVE'S HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTIES, '..: ,.::'i.;" Er- .>:;'- .
Doors above Second Street. V j "'','
"l'l. 'h. Centre Street, two .
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.1J"" Agent for IZaml-Grcimdes and '; \ '"-&,' .'' f'f ".:5 :," 4. '' .. ., ':: ;.: -" ; >7 .
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other Fire TWENTY'PER ,>: L; : eIt .
Extinguishers. .. : : c r4;* ..' ...
CENT. OFF LIST PRICES.BARGAIN ;" :'j ":1K : ....... ) ..Atia'. ;. '$. ... ,r's yk :; : ; .: ,"..,...... :.. 07 ;:':-, '.... .,""' ,' 2 t. ,
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WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE\ 1\1111\ fl(i I SU R MER\\11 \\\\I\\ GOODS I \\\\\h\1II II\\\ I\ {I a r ;,

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Maunfacter! of Southern Pine Lumber, I AT- Proposed Sailings for October and flovcinbcr: 1885. j,

Steamers leave Pier 20, E. R., at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina, p.m. '


For Domestic or Export Trade, I1V.O :E :BRD'SVE. State of Texas.................Tuesday, October 27. Saturday, October 31. :

Carondelet.....................Friday, October 30. Wednesday, Novem. 4. i
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. .. City of San Antonio.......Tuesday, November 3. Saturday, November 7. !

\ State of Texas..Friday, November 6. Wednesday, Novem. 11.
AGENT ,, \ .. ARE NON. OFFERING, OUR COMPLETE STOCK* OF Carondelet............:...........Tuesday, November 10. Saturday, :November: 14. f:
\ City of San Antonio..Friday, November 13. Wednesday, Novem.18..
WHOLESALE! AND RETAIL State of Texas..Tuesday, November 17. Saturday, November 21.
JD> .UDctler\)) DEALER DRESS\ GOODS Carondelet .......................Friday, November 20. Wednesday, Novem. 25.

in Ice This Lilac, having no Transfers between FeriuiiMliii.i and New
BROOM STREET WHARF, CONSISTING OF- The traveling public rtre offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED
for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
R. S. SCHUYLERARCIIITECT., Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Nun's Veiling JOHNS OCKLAWAIIA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
with Plans, Details, Specifications -
, and Superintendence. For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

1r R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, .


pONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, I''., '" Pier 20 :East River, New York. 51-
Alachua Street,between Second and Third, ,.
An Ordinance :Notice of Final Proof.

FERNANDINA FLA. I Amending an Ordinance granting the LAND OFFICE AT GAI ESYILLE. FLA.,1

Orders and estimates from a distance carefully In MATTINGS, CARPETS, OIL, CLOTHS, BUGS, WINDOW right of way to the Florida Improvement fOTICE is hereby September given that 5) 1885.the following J -
Co. May 20 18S5.'
attended to. 25-tf approved 1., named settler.has filed notice of his'
SHADES, WALL PAPER, etc., our' stock is complete.Our HAVING BEEN :BROUGHT TO THE intention to make final proof in support of
.IT notice of Council that an error was made his claim and that said proof will be made
BILL-HEADS, NOTE-HEADS, LET SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment and price, with any by the petitioner asking for the right of'way before J. A. Edwarks. Clerk, at Fernandina.
etc., neatly printed to the above named.Company, and the peti- } ta the MIEROE office. in the State. tioner representing that the Fernandina & ELIIIU HODGES. Ililliard. Fla., Home-
'I .Amelia Beach Railway' Company are the stead No. 8052 for the S i of NW i I and N: i
Notice of Incorporation. CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT ( up stairs) embraces a line of, party to whom the right of way should be of SW i of Section 28, T. 3 N, :R 24 E.
given ..therefore, He names the following witnesses to prove
UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE Goods that cannot' be excelled in the State-from the cheapest Cottonade It is;hereby ordained by the City Council his continuous residence upon, and cultivation -
THE of, said land, viz:
of the formation of of the City. of Fernandina.. that the above
up to as fine a line of Diagonals as is manufactured. named ordinance: be amended by substituting William Wingate, of Callahan, Fla.;
TIlE EAST GEORGIA& FLORIDA RAILROAD the words Fernandina&Amelia Beach Joseph McIntosh, of Cal1aban?}< la.-;
COMPANY, In ALPACAS, PONGEES 'and SEERSUCKER' are offering Railway Company" for the words "Florida Henry Davis of Hilliard, Fla.:
Company," wherever. said Geo., W. Hodges, of Hilliard, Fla.
for the purpose of constructing, maintaining bargains, to make 'room for our Fall stock. .. .. words Improvement appear in said ordinance L. A. BARNES, Register,
and railroad for
operating a public use
in Passed September 91835.JAMES United States Land Office.
from the conveyance of persons and property I" Orders by mail promptly'' attended to. \ McGIFFIN,
the St. Mary's River, at or nE'.3rlyop-
posite the City of St. Mary's, Georgia, to the President pro. tern. NO CURE NO PAY! !
City of Jacksonville Florida, 'by the most ,. : '.',.... Attest: ,
direct and practicable route through the :; MODE BUO'SCENTRE : GEO. E. WOLFFCity Clerk. :Money refunded and no questions asked 'If
Counties of Nassau and Dnval, Florida. r '. ., Approved : JOIIASOX'S CIIII J and FEVEn TOXIC
W. T. DILL, ;.... SA' '. W. II. POPE Mayor. fails to cure any case of CHILL AND FEVER/or
H. S. MORSE, ..: STREET, FERNANDINA, FLA, BILIOUS FEVER. A specific for Chill and Fever-
: 4i wha a": s .
W. E. KAY J ,. ..., : T AILROAD PRINTING HAS EVER and preventive of Malarial troubles.
--::: > : For sale .PEARCE & HOBBS, and
: ents.
A. II. COX: ""., ._i\fe.) '.;.;;";'.;"VCf.;}" 1"<; l."". .' ,......;.1..,.,..... .. > 0", JlV been a specialty at the MIRROR Steam HOLTS PHARMACY, Jacksonville, Fla. Send
C. 1). GOODYEAR.": ..."..."n'.y J "'+,t. _)..\-i-... .."!,:; -..;.,..T'B'f ...... !"t:'t .....:,.4F'y, I..t'.j". .,. .'.<.:"..'", '0:;'..,',.'ot-.<..... ." '. .. .' Printing House. Send ns a trial. .order. Estimates for circulars to JOHNSON' & CO., Sole Proprietors -
Jacksonville lSS5. : ': !It'i.-- :' : '---.i l1' 1!t'! .. Monticello, Fla.
Fla. 17 '
; September : .. i.k., ;'; sent on'application.
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GENERAL DIRECTORY. G. W. Lake Butler. ,.
Sheriff Epperson, I I MADISON COUNTY. In the Circuit Court, :oj:s ::::..::.r-3 t I IfA

a Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge R. .M. Witherspoon, Madi FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU'' r (') t
: United States Officers. Starke.; son. '
I Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill, LakeButler. .. COUNTY FLORIDA. "oocrowc''' """)..-3
::1!. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.Register Sheriff-S. A.,Parramore, Madison. ::s Q
1' L. A. Barnes Gainesville. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison .... tj;
1 t" ALOXXO B. NoTES, lvs. = ') ::r.. tri
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY.County Superintendent of[Schools, -Samuel J. Perry, :::Q sCJ] 0

:b1 Surveyor-General-J. F..McClellan. Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison. ELLEN E. S. WADLEIGIT.and F fIn CAa" ry- ,.[... g.g.. :g: 1-:1
Point. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. JOHN UJ -
:tJIt! DISTRICT COURT. fAr. f ; P .
t Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of ReenueB. V. Wadsworth, -1 a :a C
4 I Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville Sheriff M. E. English Titusville. Madison. -oa: yt7L"r
H. Durkee, Jacksonville. the above entitled cause, and process r. V;:;::
Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed,Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY. .
Cit Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Schools John H.'Laws regularly issued therein, and it appearing P o 0 s-5*-.m 0 .
r Superintendent of ,
llJfLr81wJ.J.INTERNAL REVENUE. Point. County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee. that the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleighand ::SCttl TJ
City Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. John H. Wadleigh reside beyond the rn.c.o, '-(1) j
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: Collector S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. CALHOUN. SI.eriJ-A. S. Watson,Pine Level. limits of the State of Florida, to wit, in one .r-..iD-tI(1)J: 0<'e.tr1_

1( 3 COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County judge William Clark. Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton, of the United States; ;

If John W. Howell, Fernandina. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fort Green. It is thereforeordered that defendants, : : t
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of Schools Felix J.Seward; Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and the said John H.' : I

lN" John F. House, St. Augustine. Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Pine Level. Wadleigh, do appear in the said Circuit' :
Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins, MARION COUNTY. Court and demur, plead or .answer' the said DDr. ,
Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Coxwell. bill on or before the first Monday in Novem- ;
State O lcers. County Judge-J. H. Williams Ocala.
"' CLAY COUNTY. next, A. D. 1885.otherwise: the state-
Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. :
ments, averments and in said bill
t5? EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT T. Orange T. Ocala. charges ,
; Copeland Williams
Judge-J. fjlteriff-E.
County ; O QUJ =
Il contained will be taken as confessed and :
Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Revenue W. P. Trantham, decree 'confesso entered therein in con-a _(;1 .. oUJo....._ I.H....
tt. Lieutenant Governor-Milton H. Mabry, Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. formity pro to the rules regulating such causes. cJp- to.rro :
'x, James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent Schools M. L. .J.;j
Leesburg. ? Sheriff of Payne, Fernandina;Fla.. September 19,1885. .o );' 2P
t.I' Secretary of State-John I.. Crawford, Tal- Springs.Collector. Fort McCoy. JOHN A, EDWARDS,' f) i (1) (')

"i\;' lahassee. of Revenue-W. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. 44", Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. 0: r 1'' Comptroller -W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. ,.Q-:: -
4W" TrerL.urer-E. S. Crill. McRae. C'lerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. In the Circuit Court, w; s i_ -
4 Qa'pa
:; It'AttorneyGeneralC.. M. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAUCOUNTY C-. (') (') :3
: "pmn
., see.Commissioner County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr.,Lake City. Collector of Ret'enue-Mason S. Moreno, t:
\i -', of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. FLORIDA. !: S.fai2i

: Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent Schools--J. V. Harris,Key w saa8< Z
1t1f Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. ELVIRA C. HORSEY, EMILY j "' ( Ornaay

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SUPREME COURT. ,'Lake City. and CHARLES A. NOYES, .. tjj ;
County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- : =.
;rlj3 Chief Justice.-Geo. G. McWhorter. DADE. dina. vs. } In Chancery. enO" I.y

: Associate Justice-George P. Raney,--Talla County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. ELLEN E.S.'V ADLEIGH,JOHN I ::s "0.... ... .00
Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina. :: : m
hassee. Clerk-T.. Faulkner. H.'V ADLElGII,andALoNZO .MO pax
II" Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. B. NOYES. J .......t.. lj1 :....
Sheriff Win. M. Mettaur. Assessor .InO- -.
of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- (!) .,.
..pad Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wra. Ewan. nandina. A BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN :- ;tcen. t:1: m

"f Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- the'above, entitled cause, and process "'.a.4
iro CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. regularly issued therein and it appearing

t First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pent County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, that two of the said defendants, to wit, ,
t ...\ acola. Evergreen. Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and John H. Wad- ,

t1)1'q Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- sonville.Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark Fernan- leigh reside beyond the limits of the State
dina. of Florida, to wit., in one of the United ..
see. .
f }41 Sheriff-Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. States :r < "
"J Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ORANGE COUNTY. ; c' .-. '
r Jack- '
Assessor Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, .
ff of
a ; Jackson- It is therefore ordered that the said defen-
( Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker
:'r! sonville. County Judge-J. L.'Bryan, Orlando'' dants, the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and :: i

& .t tfl. ville.f'Fifth Circuit Thomas F. King* Gaines Collector of Revenue-Moses J.. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando.i John H. Wadleigh, do appear in the said I i ,I-. ,< f I I I J
"S' t ville.: Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- Circuit Court and demur, plead or answer ,: i t
-r' *1I i Circuit-H. L. Mitchell Superintendent of Schools William H.Bab- lando. the said bill on or before the first Monday
;;:;. ]{,:.".}. Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster,, Tampa.Sanford. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks in November next, A.D.1885, otherwise the : 't

; ;. (Y, ESCAMBIA. Orlando. statements, averments and charges in said : :.t '. : 7; ;
Walter Tate. Suveyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando. bill contained will be taken as confessed, :
Court Calendar
Mc 1 County Judge- Treasurer-C.W. Jacobs, Wilcox. and decree confesso
Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. a pro entered therein in .
tt h FIRST.CIRCUIT. POLK. conformity to the rules regulating such s : '.r :
." Sheriff Joseph Wilkins. ; 'f(
I' Fall Term- 1., .. ,"
:'v' Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. '
Santa 2d in October.
Rosa Monday
;t } Walton, 4th Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm 's. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Fernandina,JOHN Fla., September A. EDWARDS 19. 1885., t ._./;.. ,-/',':, ,'" !
Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff-W. H.-Jonson.
? Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday 44 Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. ,
Treasurer-F. F. Beville. ,
.- S': in October. FRANKLIN. .
f rl Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Collector of Revenue-J D. Tillis. Notice of Insolvency. ,.,.'
\t... ,. in October. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. -'-' v,
Clerk-J. A. Atkins. :
i ( Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM cOUt."fY.I.'Judgeof IN COUNTY COURT, Nassau County, -' ; ..
October. Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt, ad- ;': :;

i1: i': Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Probate-T.S.Houghton,Palatka. ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson, .'. }.
Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. deceased, late of the aforesaid hav- ., '
county ,
\ This act amended section 2 of act of February Hicks. '. .
C. )
; ''li 10, 1879, and does not change the i it Superintendent of Schools-Henry Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. ing filed in the office of the County Judge.of ,"' t-" :', '
t:..aJ Spring Term. GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. said county, a written suggestion of the

!fie, THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby
{ 7'" Spring Term Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka. given to all persons having claims or demands -

ft'L::'r l Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. of any nature whatever against said

t; '.. April.Madison. Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. estate, to file the same, duly authenticated,
2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. in the office of the County Judge of said

.t 1<0 it:': Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. county, on or before the 13th day of Octo- THE FLORIDA
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-T. J.. Faulkner, ber, A. D. 1885,at which time there will bea
'I""rt;. 4: in April. HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry. pro rata payment to creditors entitled ," .-...,,;J!'"

..* Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton,Perry. thereto, and the Administrator discharged. TOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
t t in April. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Sueyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Witness my hand and seal as County

,tt : : Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff' Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Judge of said county, this 10th day of
,t" '. iVi i in April. Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. April, A. D. 1865. Fernandina,
'')< Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid, H. J. BAKER,
1st after 1st inrj' I Jasper. County Judge-John Chain. County Judge. Towns on R. R. Line,
Taylor, Tuesday Monday
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Clerk-R. It. Shepard. Fernandina
October. I HERNANDO COUNTY. April 11, 1885. 6mo
: J Treasurer Robert Robinson.
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b;,.. .J' 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 And Cedar Key.
iJ Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. above-mentioned has been
Clerk-John C. Law. Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. postponedto
,; :::.;::, Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S November 3, 1885.
.ti. in October. I Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto. ST. COUNTY. H. J. BAKER;

i : ". : Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- tfl County Judge. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large 1
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? )1 October. ; xille. une. .
.I. :;,; Lafayette, 6th Tuesday. after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. Augustine. number of the most eligible and desirable
..:;: t in October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.

tf"t' FOURTH: CIRCUITSpring Collect of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, -_ Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
," -.' Term HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine.
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\tt:)- St. John's, 2d Tuesday i in March., County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, City or Suburban Residences
tt.i;, Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W..A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. --
''t. .; Bradford 1st in J. P. Martin
Tuesday April. Sheriff( Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.
!t Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, and MEDICINESHORSEY UPON EASY TERMS.

:1; ;; 1 Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES.: Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville.
:.5.. "1 Duval, 1st Tuesday in :May. Sheriff-J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
County Judge-A. II. Brownell.
p ,i't-i Fall Term-
Collector Re/enue-I. N. Withers
of Lees-
h : St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-T. H. Pitman. burg. & CO.IPHARMACISTS ., parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. Superintendent Schools-C. F. Venable
4 of ,
t Ifj' Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.Collector Sumterville. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
a :' Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. of Revenue William Tucker.

l, Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. =1 : 1= erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
M. W.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. County Judge- Phillips, Oak.
.1 ,; Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak.
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.. FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. residence, or in which to conduct their

I r : Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions
; *1 t" .".. Suruter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff-Andrew Scott. Live Oak. Centre: Street business.

.'.: Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. 'Mizzell
.';;. Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. FJ2RNANDINA, FLORIDA, INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -

., ,... '";:. March Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

J, .; : ,'J March.Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- KEEP constantly of FRESH on and hand PURE a fine assort-FOR- by exemption for a term of years from

::' ).r Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.ClerkH. EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs taxation, offered by the several cities and
',z in April. Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. J. Faulkner, Enterprise.
i: '''', Fall Term- Clerk -W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke', Enterprise. I towns. Apply

4 : -t.{ Sumter 1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. : ; and Chemicals toCHAS.. W. LEWIS

-1' ";I Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New Fernandina.

\t' ,t'.' Putnam, Tuesday in November. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Smyrna."W
l tt",. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. COUNTY. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, JPD- Office DurySe building (up stairs),

l4' h Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-R. S. Smith. corner Centre and First streets.

lJ'; .. 1 i in November. ticello.. Sheriff-Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
SEVENTH CIRCUIT.Spring LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

Tar 1 'J Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. 'Y. Watts, FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
r g Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville.
J:: Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County 2V wur Brevard,1st Monday in March. I fordville. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., '
!' ', Superintendent of Schools J.C.Ramsey ew ---- ,
!. ':t, ; IDade, 3d Monday in April. Troy. Collector of Refenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- : :: >Y:r- -

.k ';" County Trea.mrer-A. L. Morgan, New fordville. IN GREAT VARIETY.iJ"'Physiclans' .,,; :;: _

J: 1\' Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. ... ,
ff 1' ,Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. : ... '-
'. ft Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. :McLeod. Prescriptions :. ; ;, .. >' i :. ;rt: : :
fl Dade, 2d Monday in November. t. .
LEON COUNTY. Sheriff--John C. McSween. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at < .<<, I"'"".. I-<' .
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( 'tC Treasurer James E. Bowers. { L :
County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. reasonable prices.SEWING. I ) '... < ". '
t 'ft lr County Officers. Collector of Revenue W. B. McLeod. '
..1' ALACHUA. Sheriff John A. Pearce', Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. ' < :: <: : ;' :1f f: :t '
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Clerk C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. :: : : : ; .
,l County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. ,MACHINES, .. 't'1',. ..- '. .f"j:!, ,. ; -,..:'. ... .
i: 1A1 ville. Tallahassee. County Judge-"Won. B. Jones. ,";", : ..._ ..:;: -i'; : 1, ;
k t.. C't.er1c-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Trea.mrer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D. D. Melvin. ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, .. ,' '-f, :c-' --:1'f.t. ; l::, ".....,.
Sheri S. C. ,";' Tucker Arredondo. Sheriff-S. W. Davis. '
Revenue C. C.
of Pearce
iJI.f: Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gainesville. hassee. Talla- Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO }l':._:L: ;:;i ; X X'f.fr.:1 :

'il" .t I 'LEVY COUNTY. Collector of.Ret'enue-J Roche. ,.: ;
fl"i; ; Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. '- : : >. "t.. j "'r.r.'Q'r. <,v'
Clerk-J. M. '
Barco "
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: Gainesville. ,'" ','J' .' ... f' '.";t.jfi 1r ;
Sheriff-W. H. Bigham, Bronson. every description and ; 7F'r
I, I BAKER COUNTY.County i Collector of Revenue W. H. Anderson, Notice for Final Discharge. ATTACHMENTS i for any Sewing Machine, :,f ; !_" ', : i.

i ; : Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. ______ for sale. ;, .
c C'lerF. J. Pons Sr., Sanderson. I% MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST ':"Jf' tJ--
r Superintendent of Schools-Jas. P.DePass S -' ,.
;' t Sheriff J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. publication of this notice I will presentto fIJil1'" Old Machines repaired at moderate _: >:: ; i :'

'it : Collector of Revenue J. W.,Burnsed, San LIBERTY. the Hon. H. J. Baker, Judge of Probate prices. : ;_ .
I derson. for Nassau final ;1-p. ; '"" '
R. county, my accounts and HENRY HOBEIN, : -:' 'r
; I Superintendent of Schools Win. Lessene, County Judge- F. Hosford. vouchers as executor of the estate ,of Corner Third and Ash Streets
;! Clerk-A. J.
,'1\,1.\ I Sanderson. Wooldridge. WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for a 8 Fernandina Fla. .# -
-r' Sheriff D. G. Harrell. final
Treasurer E. Roberts. discharge.JOHN
'J r County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-L. G.'Wilder. A. ELLERMANN, THE MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING I send for our Select List of
{ Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. Gregory. Executor: is noted for the artistic mannerin ADVERTISERS Geo P. Rowell & (b.
;,1 ., Fernandina, Fla., April 4,1885. 6m which it executes all kinds of Printing. 10 Spruce Street New York. ,

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- CARD CENTRAL & WESTERN,DIVISION. Orleans and Texas points and the West and

NAYiGATION WESTWARD. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
No.1. No. 5. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
z ._ = Day Pass. Way Fr'L' way for all points 'North, with steamships
In Effect October 12, 1885. Leave Jacksonville.....: 7.30 a m 11.30 pm' for New York Boston and Baltimore. At

Arrive Baldwin ........,... 8.10 a m '12.30am' Charleston with steamships for New York
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Leave Baldwin............ 8.13am 1.30 a m Philadelphia Baltimore,
(FEBNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) 44 Lake City......... 9.45am 4.50am Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
Central Ninetieth Meridian Time. u LiveOak.,10.33 6.50am and Steamship connections, and
T-jsj :*2 =Z35 f$5r3 ( or ) am Baggage
traaaA r &ms! = T Zz=*f3t &- GOING BOUTft. U Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.45 a m Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
.f 44 Monticello........,12.15p'm and sections secured at Company's office in
sas.j.'i gjfr?-=i=53sjii r: fclta r taHv _4- ..A.T'r.3Th .= '* Sfc piff Day Pat.M Pas. Arrive Tallahassee....... 2.00 p m 3.00 p m,: Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot -
,35,2S(p--a?!*&?' *i-! _1 A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee......... 2.06 p m 3.45 p m I Ticket Office and on board People's
Leave Fernandina...............10.10 5.00 .. Line Steamers H. B. PLANT
Quincy ........... 3.10 p m 5.55 p m I CHATTAHOOCHEB
Leave Hart's Road Junction10.35 5.32 Arrive Chatta. and JENNIE LANE.
River.... 4.40 8.00
Arrive Callahan....................11.27 6.35 p m pm'EASTWARD' JAS. L. TAYLOR.
Leave Callahan..11.33 6.50 General
No. 2. No. 6. Passenger Agent.
asESL Leave Dutton................. ....12.05 7.38 Day Pass. Freight.
: aey.I. 7 s Leave Brandy Branch:.........12.21 7.57 Leave Clu tt'cl1ee ver.11.00 a m 8.30 p ra
44 '
-* Arrive Baldwin.....................12.40 8.25 Quincy .............12.44pm 10.15ara Florida Southern Railway Co.
Leave Baldwin.......................12.47 9.00 Arrive Tallahassee....... 1.52pm 12.15am
Leave Maxville.................... 1.10 9.25 Leave" Tallahassee ......? 2.00 p in 4.00 a m ORANGE BELT ROUTE.
!C tg ir Leave Highland..................... 1.30 9.47 Monticello.......... 2.45pm
Leave Lawtey......................_ 1.45 10.03 44 Madison ............ 4.26pm 9.25am GOING SOUTH.
Leave Temple's..................... 2.03 10.22 44 Live Oak........... 5.46 pill. 12.40 PIn Accom. Fast Mail.
Leave Starke......................... 2.26 10.30 Lake City.:........ 6.40pm 3.20pm Daily ex.Sun. Daily.
3o Leave Thurston.................:... 2.41 10.46 Arrive Baldwin............. 8.10pm 6.15pm Lv. Jacksonville viaJ.
Arrive 'Va ldo........................ 3.02 11.10 Leave Baldwin............ 8.13pm 6.50pm T. & K.'V..R'y................... 7.45 a m
Leave Waldo........................ 3.15 ...... Arrive Jacksonville:..,.. 8.52pm 8.10pm 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
Leave Arredondo................... '4.23 ...... not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p in 9.45 a m
& x.----- Leave Palmer........ ...........,... 436 ...... will run Mondays. Ar.Interlachen............ 6.30 p ru 10.50 a m
Leave Archer...................:... 4.56 ...... ST. MARK'S BRANCH. Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p ni 11.31 a m

Leave Bronson...................... 5.29 ...... Leave Tallahassee........................ 7.30am Ar. Rochelle............... 8.40 p m 12.00 n'n
A. NOYES Leave Otter Creek................. 6.13 ...... ,ArriveWakulla............................. 8.47 a In Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 pIll 12.20 p ra.
,JIB Leave Rosewood ................... 6.53 ...... ,Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.15am' Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 pm
-DEALER INdJ1AMILY Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.25 ...... Leave St. Mark's..................;.......10.00 a. m Ar. Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p in.
Arrive Waknlla......... .. Ar. Ocala.................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p m
GOING NOBTH. .. ...............10.28 a ra
Arrive Tallahassee ............ Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p ro-
Day Pas. Nt Pas. ............11.45 a m
Ar. Leesbnrg.............. 7.00 a m 3.55 p m
Leave Cedar Key................... 7.30 ...... CONNECTIONS.At Lv. Leesburg.............. ............ 4.00pm
Leave Rosewood.................... 8.05 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p m

Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... all points North and East; with the Fernan- Lv. Leesburg: St.Johns
Stores Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.15 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m
Hay and Grain, Ship Leave Archer........................ 9.46 ...... dina ; and with Steamers for all points on Ar. Fort Mason............- ............ 4.45 p m
Leave Palmer.......................10.03 ...... 'the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. Lv. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.55 p m
Leave Arredondo...................1018 ...... At Baldwin with Florida Transit &'Peninsular Ar. Altoona................ ............ 5.30pm
PAINTS AND CROCKERY Leave Gainesville..10.44 ...... ,Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fer-- Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45pm
FURNITURE STOlES Arrive Waldo, ...... .. ............11.28 ...... nandina.. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. Lv. Fort Mason...........10.00 a m 5.00 p mAr
A. M. At Live Oak, with the Savannah Florida Eustis..................10.10 a m 5.10 p m
Leave Waldo........................11.53 2.30P. &Western Railroad.At Ar. Tavares................10.40 a m 5.30 p ru !
HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE ETC. M. Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch Ar. Lane Park..............11.00 a m 5.45 p m
Leave Thurston...................12.15 2.55 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- GOING NORTH.
Leave Starke.........:.......:....'.'...12.48 3.18 urdays. Daily. Fast Mail.
Leave Temple's ....................12.53 3.23 At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Daily.Lv. .

PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.N. Leave Lawtey.._..................... 1.09 3.46 cola &'Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Astor .................... ............ 7.30am
Leave Highland..................... 1.30 4.08 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery New Orleans, Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p ru 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 I
Leave Dutton......................... 2.42 6.14 all points West. Ar. at Fort Mason from N I
.... Lane Park................ 4.30 p m 9.20 a m 1
Arrive Callahan........ .. ... 3.10 6.55 For information respecting routes rates,
Leave Callahan...............;..... 3.15 7.10 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Ar. at Fort Mason from I
Astor...................... 9.40 a in
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.12 8.12 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- I
EL DOTTEKER Arrive Fernandina................. 4.40 8.50 sonville. Lv. Fort Mason............ 9.50 a m J
H. .Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths Ar. Leesbnrg.............. 10.35am I

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

and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. .. un. I
-* *- DIVISION. A. MAcDONELL, Lv. Leesburg............... 6.30 p m 10.45 a m 1 I
-+ = (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Gen'l Ticket and .Agent, .. ,
Ar. South Lake Weir. 8.10 p m 11.18 a m
{ FINE FAMILY G ROOERIESt} GOING Fernandina, Fla. Ar. Ocala....................10.30 p m 12.25 p m I
i SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. C. W.. MAXWELL, Micanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 pm :

P.M. P.M. Master of Transportation Ar. Rochelle............... 3.35 a m 2.35 pm..
Leave Waldo.....................;.. 3.12 11.25 Jacksonville, Fla. I Rochelle............... 3.50 a m 2.40 p m i
Leave Dixie........................... 3.31 11.50 D. E. MAXWELL Ar. Gainesville............. 4.20 a m 3.05 p m i
EMBRACING, MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF A.M. General Superintendent. Lv, Gainesville............. 3.00 a m 2.05 p m
Leave Hawthorne............ ..... 3.47 12.10 Fernandina. Fla. j
Lv. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m
Leave Lochloosa................... 4.06 12.30 Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a in 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.JT&KWJunc..7.30am 4.55pm
Leave Anthony Place............ 4.59 1.22 WAYCROSS SIIORT 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 7.12pm
Leave Ocala............................ 5.56 2.10 All trains of this road are run by Central :
PURE AND OF Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.36 2.55 Meridian time which is 33 minutes TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.
: GOOD: QUALITY.ESPECIAL Leave Oxford......................... 6.52 3.15 slower((90th) than Jacksonville, time. For Ocala, Leesbnrg..... ............ )) Fast Mail I
Leave Wildwood................... 7.08 3.35 For Pemberton's Ferry........... >
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF Leave Leesburg...................... 7.38 4.12 and after Sunday May 3d, 1SS5, For Astor................... ............ J 11.45. a m
For Palatka.............. Ex. Sun. ..............
Arrive Tavares...................... 8.10 4.50 ON Trains will leave and arriveas f
44-1* For Jacksonville....... } ............ ..............
=fFINE f= GOING NORTH. follows: For St. Augustine..... 3.00am 2.05pm

-t- _$tW- t- Leave Tavares........................ 7.15 8.20 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a m TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.
Leave Leesburg..................... 7.44 9.02 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............") Fast Mail '
THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 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................. ............ J 3.05pm
Leave Lake Weir Station....... S.38 10.33 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m From palatka........... "j Ex. Sun. ..............
NEW Leave Ocala........................... 9.19 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... > .............. ......-...... r
GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. 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.1005 p ra STEAMER A. J. LANE.
Second and Centre Sts. FERNANDINA FLA Leave Anthony Place.............10.08 12.20 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a ra For Yalaha Bloomfield Lane Park 'Asta-
Leave Sparr's.......................10.20 12.35 Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m tula ,
Leave Citra.............................10.33 12.52 etc.:
Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
Leaves Leesburg..........................10 30 a m
Leave Lochloosa..10.50 1.13 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg.................... 4.45pm
Leave Hawthorne..11.10 1.33 cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomneld onlyafternoon -
Leave Dixie.........................11.25 1.51 Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns-

Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.47 2.1833Day wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg.trip: .......................... 5.20 p in
Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m.
It Night Passenger daily.F. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
a train Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .
and New Orleans. Pal atka. with Jacksonville &
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Key West Railway and fast river steamersfor I
(FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) to Cincinnati via Jesup. St. Augustine, Green Cove Spring, Jacksonville -
H. B. AIKENS GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- and all points North, East and
A.M. P.M. ville to St. Louis 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 steamship
Arrive Jacksonville............... 8.45 4.15 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 2:30 p m "City of )Monticello" for Charleston, New
GOING NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m York Boston, Philadelphia, etc.
A.M. P. 1\[. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m I Mail trains make close connection both
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER Leave Jacksonville................ 9.30 5.30 Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p ra I ways via Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
= Leave Hart's Road...........;."....10.35 6.25 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m I Railway,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast
Arrive Fernandina..11.03 6.50 Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p ra Line-Fast Mail.
.*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 ra & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
SUNDAY EXCURSION. 4.30 Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida & ,
Leave Fernandina..6.50
a. m. p.m. Arrive at Washington,D.C., dailyll:45 p ra Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savannah -
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Arrive Leave Jacksonville..9.00 Jacksonville..8.15 a.a.m.m. 5.50 6.30 p.p.m.ra. Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m New Orleans and all points North
Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars East and West; and with Florida Railway
10.15 7.50
Arrive Fernandina.
a. m. m.
Savannah to New York without change.EAST & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key,

V FLORID EXPRESS.' Pensacola, :New Orleans and Tampa.At .

CONNECTIONS.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:20 p m Ocala, with Florida Railway & ,Navigation -
at..... 8:55 Company, and hacks for Silver
alt 1 FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily a m
With New York and Fernandina Steamship Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m Spring.At .
Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p ra Leesburg.with the St. John's & Lake
for New York on Thursday.With Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p ra Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 p ra Railway, and boats on Lake Harris for

PAPER RANGING KALSOMINIM I nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55 p ni points on lake.
..Arrive at Jesnp daily at................12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort Dade,
and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Albany daily at.............10:30 a m Tampa. and South Florida.
and all points North and West daily.AT 0. W. BROW WELL,
Arrive at Brunswick daily at......_ 8:00 a m
HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 a 111 General Pass.Agent. '
To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:30 p m SHERMAN CONANT,
AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Savannah: daily at.......... 6:20 a m General Manager.
PAINTING OF ALL KINDS With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Charleston daily at..;......12:45 p m
Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Washington daily..10:30 a m JAMES McGIFFIff,
Arrive at New York daily at........ 5:30 p m
DONE AT REASONABLE RATES AND'IN A FIRST-CLASS ,MANNER. With Morgan's 'Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via plONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping
Orleans every Friday; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Alachua Street, between Second and Third
Havana every Friday:, from New, Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
every Saturday.With Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and
SHOP LOCATED IN SWANN'S CONCRETE BUILDING, Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and FERNANDINA, FLA.

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

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; THE -- ---, ', All-Wool Scarlet Knit Underwear
Ti Times-Union,. of yesterdayi. publishesthe ''< $1.25 a
.. THE UTMOST CARE IN HANDLING THE. FRUIT, Porf of Fernandina. uitat", 1 J. & T. KYDD'S.
*i. scope of the order ,issued by Justice W.B.'Woods .
"' f(fS.OO.A, YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX JIOLV TITS. of the United States District With this the line of Saturday., ,Oct. 31.HIGH........WATER.... 1:47 A.M. 2:21 i p. 3I. .For Rent.
** "'*"""' *"* "'" *'* *'* week semi-weekly
*, T Court, appointing Mr. H. R. Duval receiverof Sunday, Nov. 1............ 2:52 .-324:' Pleasant suite of rooms'over Bargain Store
" k '' Reflection the Florida Railway & Navigation Com- the Mallory, steamships. was inaugurated. ,the. I I Monday, ,'"' 2.3..4:58.......... 3:56 "" 4:25': .f Second. street near Centre. '
Tuesday, 5:23"
and which was filed with Mr. Philip steamship San Antonio; arriving Tuesday Wednesday," 4............ 5:57" 6:19 "
: ? Over one hundred and twentyfive"loadedfreight pany morning, and the Carondelet is expected, Thursday 5............ 6:48 7:08" 1)ress Goods.
cars came into the Fernandina depot .Walter, Clerk of the United States Court in Both Friday, 6............ 7:33: 7:52 .. New fall Dress: ,Good, just received, at
i Jacksonville, Thursday.afternoon.. to day noon. were heavily freighted,, ENTERED. Jr; & T. KYDD'S.Jerseys. .
during the past three days.
and had Illore' than full
the Mart is The order stipulates that Mr. Duval shall a complement of Oct./27 Steamship City of San Antonio Wilder, .
Mr. Downey's new store, City be receiver of all the lines of thiscompanyfor passengers. The fact is, this line will be for New York; freight and passengers. .
_+ =now open,and he invites his old friends and the of them by R. W. South wick, agent.
and that Great
operating in ladies'
for tourists
purpose | the general favorite seeking the Oct.Steamship City of :Monticello, JIcKee, bargains Jerseys' at fifty
new customers to give him a call. all its real and personal property of whatever : balmy clime of Florida. The steamships from Charleston : freight and passengers cents, at . J. & T. KYDD'S.
kind or description, and wherever sit- to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
Mrs. Belle Richardson wife of Captain
: uated including rolling stock, tools; machinery scarcely leave the dock in New York but Oct.25-Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel from, Clothing..

: John...Richardson, of St. Mary's, died at her fixtures, stores, supplies.b6oks, ac what there are more applications for passage Palatka; freight and passengers. to
Handsome line of fall
home of this week in herthirtieth'year. counts 'money, debts, securities, contracts W. O. Jeffreys agent. Clothing, just received -
on Tuesday night than the ships can accommodate.Just of from .
Ire and Oct. Steamship City Palatka.Vogel, at ." J.. & T. KYDD'S.
obligations rights privileges, franchise
4 the traffic is Charleston: to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
etc., shall be delivered to him, and he is now freight very heavy 29-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, Mott's Sweet Cider
w The! St. Mary's river steam packet Martha vested with authority demand, sue for. both ways. Coming South the ships bring from Palatka; freight and passengers,: at lOc. a quart, at

left for Jacksonville yesterday afternoon to collect and take possession of the same, and the winter stocks for the merchants in the to W. O. Jeffreys,agent. JACOB KLAEEB'S,
f to the railroad and other Schooner Post Boy, Gott, BuckspOrt, Me.;
have her steam condenser repaired. She will operate franchises, and to preserve and propertyand main- interior, and going North they carry heavy hay, to master. Gents Furnishing GoodsIn

return to-morrow morning. tain it in proper condition and repair so freights of cotton-long and short staple. CLEARED. all styles AT PAUL FUXKE'S.
1 that it be used safely and advantageously The which is now Oct. 28-Steamship' San Antonio, Wilder, from
The steamship San Antonio of the Mallory may orange crop, beginning New York; freight and passengers. to
and to employ such persons and attorneys to forward in bulk will R. W. Southwick The Best SmokesCan
t Line which arrived here Tuesday morning come greater. receive agent.
h as he sees fit in the performance of Oct. 20-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for: be had at Horx & Go's.
from New York, brought the biggest local his duties as receiver, and to defend and especial attention from the Mallorys.The Palatka; freight and passengers by Union Cigar and nuck-E The Times-

j 3j freight that has arrived here in three years. bring such suits as he may be advised by crop is delivered on Pier 20'East river, W. O. Jeffreys, Agent. bacco. Sole Agents. .e Smoking To-
29-Steamship City of McKee, ,
counsel as to be brought and in .
proper ; under cover and receives the best attention
for Charleston freight and
;", The application of the white of an egg to ; passengers
'i fact conferring such general authority as is from the officials there; while >we know, by W. O.Jeffreys, agent. Building Material.
a snake bite wound saved the life of a little usually conferred upon receivers in such Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for Brick
t4i ; girl in St. Johns county, Fla. She was bit- cases. The order further requires all per- from person L observation, that no line receives Charleston: freight and passengers by Portland and Rosendale Cement
Plaster, Shingles Nails
sons having control of any of the propertyof and stores the fruit with more care W. O. Jeffreys agent. Sash, Doors
twice on the foot by a ground rattleten 26-Steamship City of Monticello,)McKee for and Blinds, at
the to turn the to the
company same over than the officers the line at this We
snake. port. Palatka; freight and passengers, by FRED W. HOYT & Go's.Great .
receiver who will
be required to file a bondin i W. O. Jeffreys.
state that, the will
can positively Mallorys
the of
.The bark Signet, CaptainDurkee, which formance sum of the$200,000 duties of for his the office proper and duly per- give the fruit as good care as can possibly be Porte bargains in -Parasols, Mitts, Lace
has been unloading ballast at the ballast Sausage. Goods:: etc., atPAUL
account for all moneys or property that may bestowed upon it elsewhere; at the same FUNKE'S DRY GOODS
wharf this week, dragged her anchor on come into his hands as receiver etc. It wa'salso Fresh Pork Sausage atWHITNER EMPORIUM.:
; time, the rates for this crop to New York, & SCJIUYLER'SCash ;
'Thursday, during the heavy wind squall ordered that the receiver, as soon as the
o. TIle Celebrated
and Boston low Chase cG Sanborn
same can conveniently be done without Philadelphia are very as
from the west and went aground in the pre- Buyers Roasted
; Coffees
judice to the property'in his hands, may pay the following figures will testify: .
marsh. all the debts and balances due to laborers From Fernandina and Jacksonville 40 Will find it to their interest to buy their Can be obtained from
and other persons heretofore employed by Clothing, Dress Goods Flannels, White 433fc FRED W. HOYT & Co.
S&V We have it upon good authority that Mr. the company for labor or services, or for nec- cents per box; 80 cents per barrel. Goods, Woolens, Notions, Shawls, Hosiery, '---

>*?:*?I Ii. R. Duval, the new receiver of the Florida essary supplies> furnished the company in its From stations on the Florida Railway & Domestics atW. Refrigerators at Fred W. Hoyt & Co.'s

Railway fc Navigation'Company, who is operation and balances due other compa- Navigation Company's lines and the Florida J. Lpn MAN'S. Furniture! Store, Centre Street.
r !r. nies in the interchange of business'and bal- His prices arc positively below those of
at the North is negotiating for three
now ,
Southern Railroad, north of and including Remember the
closing out sale in
ances due for rent incurred during a period competition Dry
new locomotives and steel rails for this sys- not exceeding six months prior to the date Ocala, and on the Florida Railway & Navigation Goods etc.. at .

tem. :: r of the order, so that the future operations of Company's Western Division and the :Bologna. Sausage.At PAUL FU KE'S. DRY.. GOODS... EMPORIUM.To : .

t''c"4 The steamship San Antonio, which left this the road may not' be impeded.An landings on Lake Santa Fe except Gaines- WIHTNER & SCHUYLER'S. Contractors.
injunction was also issued restrainingall
t ,:port for New York on Wednesday evening, persons from interfering with the receiver ville, 65 cents per box ; $1.30" per barrel. If buggy axles need washers get Proposals will be received by the School
in From stations the Florida & your youa Commissioners of Nassau for the
cot-1 taking possession .or managing the Railway set of Nunn's Patent Iron Washer Axle county
cases ; road, and from levying upon or attempting Navigation Company's lines and the Florida Nuts. All washers entirely done away with. erection of a school building in the city of
to sell Fla.
dtq seed, 40 sacks of sawdust 71 barrels of'spir- The order any} part excepts of it.from the order appointing Southern Railroad south of Ocala, includ- $5.00* a-year saved by using them. For sale Plans and specifications may be seen, and

ti its of turpentine, 254: boxes of oranges, 20 the receiver any and all lands acquired I ing Leesburg and the lake landings touchedby by J. A.' RIDER & Co. full information obtained, by application to

cans of shrimp and 34 packages of merchan- by the railroad company under grants from rail, 70 cents'per box ; $1.40 per barrel. the undersigned.
Shoes Shoes !
the State or United :States: through the agen- From the St. Johns river landings 50 Proposals for carpenter and mason workto
dise.The cy of S. I. Wailes! said exception being intended Again arrived, a new stock of Gent's, La be made separately All to be sealed and
t rr; ; schooner Fannie E. Wahton, which to exclude from said receivership all cents per box ; $1.00 per barrel. dies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. They endorsed "Proposals.tr Work and

d cleared from this port for Trinidad last Friday lands now in,controversy by Colonel Wailes.A From Tampa, Manatee, Bayport Anclote, are of the finest quality and neatly: made.If Material for Erecting School Building," and
one can undersell me I want to knowit left with the architect.
Springs Dunedin Clear Water Sea any
Tarpon ,
with lumber when about
yellow pine ,
drr Receiver for the F. R. & :-N. as I haven't heard of a single instance up The Board reserves the privilege of rejecting -
Side and Yellow
: ninety miles out to sea, sprung a leak in her Bluff 75 cents'per box' ; to date. W. J. LOIIMAN.: any, or all, proposals.By .
bilge and put back to this port. She was The morning dispatches indicate that the $1.50 per barrel. order of the Board.

beached at Old Town, and John D. Lowe. difficulties in the affairs of the Florida Rail- From Gainesville, 45 cents per box ; 90 Pickled Pigs' Feel J. H. BAKER,

t way & Navigation Company have been com- cents barrel. At AVuiTNER & SCHUYLEB'S. Chairman
who is an expert diver, was engaged to find per R. S. SCUUYLER,
promised by the appointment of Mr. H. R.
From Fort Myers Punta Rassa and other
ii the leak and stop it, which was successfullydone All Wool Architect.i
and the schooner is to Duval as receiver of the road. The same Gulf points, 95 cents per box ; $1.90 per bar-
now ready -
Scarlet Flannel Shirts 80 cents.
Gents' Furnishing Goods Notions _
+, 1 thing was done for the East Tennessee, Virginia rel. etc,
on her voyage.Messrs. W. J. LOIIMAN, at cost, atPAUL
.6i: $ ti, & Georgia Railroad system a few From the Tavares Orlando & Atlantic
Whitner & received this
Schuyler months and has Great Bargains.
ago, resulted in great goodto Railroad stations Orlando 70
except cents
: ) week a large invoice of preserved fruits and its finances' and general management box $1.40 barrel. Brocaded Dress Goods 15 cents per yard For Raffle. ._-

vegetables in hermetically) scaled glass jars, from the per ; per worth 25, at J. & T. KYDD'S. Pine Island
of My
single authority an experiencedand The steamers .of this. line are thoroughly place on ,containing eight
which are very temptingly displayed in capable railroad like acres. Chances, $2.00. The list is now openat
man Henry Fink.
ventilated, and admirably adapted to carry- Oysters Mr. Nix's News-stand in the Post Office.
their show window. This firm by
young Duval
is also
Major a practical and capable ing fruits, vegetables and other perishable Fresh Cedar Key Oysters, served in every )!R3. LINE.
their uniform and fair
courtesy dealing as railroad man, with a fine record as a man- articles. style, at the Atlantic Pavilion on Amelia

t 4 well as their reasonable prices, have already ager, and he will doubtless bring the affairsof Beach, every day. J. KLOTZ, For Rent.A .

a established a very lucrative retail trade. this important system to order and effectiveness Truck Farming in Nassau County.To Proprietor. two-story dwelling house on Fourth

We understand they contemplate starting a in a short time. We confidently the Editor of the Mirror: Choice Butter. street, between Centre and J. FRED Alachua I 01I3I.\i.streets.

:M k4 branch store in some South Florida town atm expect to see this road put in better shape The advantages and profits of truckraising For Choice Butter go to'VmTxER

: early da-. than it has ever enjoyed before. have been apparently overlooked by the & SCHUYLER'S. Great sacrifice in Summer Clothing, at
citizens of With the ad- PAUL FU KE's DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.
our county. great
We trust that the first
The Roller Stealing Rink. among improve- Boys' Clothing.

; The third opening hop of the Roller ments of the new management will be the vantages we possess for an outlet for all we $1.50 up to $8.00 per For Sale.
raise in this in to Northern suit.W.
'L ; Skating Rink will take place on Tuesday settlement of the long-standing accounts of can way shipping J. LOIIMAN. Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet
} faithful of the markets, both_ brail and steamers, it is location desirable neighborhoodselect.
'' evening, November 3d, at Lyceum Hall. employees road. The former square; ;
Maxwell is astonishing that so little has been done in Sugar Pans and Mills. On one of the lots is a six-room cottage -
y TM? ?' Signor Miglionico's Italian String Band has manager, Captain in no wise
this business. With large shipments of All sizes for sale by with kitchen ; piazza on three sides ;
j; been engaged to furnish the music. Skating responsible for the failure to pay these men ; vegetables 43 3t FRED W. HOYT & Co. always cool in summer. Lots face on three

fasi'r ; from 8 to 9:30: o'clock. Dancing from 9:30 but they have been subjected to a great privation from counties south of us, and even streets ; ground high and dry ; no sand; best

to 12 o'clock.Jr. in this matter, and justice and policy larger from Georgia' and points all along the Pig Hams. bricked well of water in town ; half dozen

both prompt a speedy attention to their coast north of usj; and. 'with all bur shipping Ferris' Pig Hams received fresh triweeklyat sweet orange trees four years old; several
ir. A. Mahoney facilities seeni be sour trees bearing; peaches and grapes two
claims.-Herald.Mr. we to indifferent or oblivious WIHTNER & SCHUYLER'S. years old.Enquire.

to this source of wealth. Our farmers of GEORGE F. LEWIS
r Duval's Circular. seem to be content:: with raising corn sweet Office Town Improvement Company.
r1tt NANDINA. Thirteen yards of fine, soft finished
tR" From Washington telegram to the Flor- Upon his qualification as receiver, Mr. potatoes and a little sugar cane, in additionto bleached Cotton for $1.00, at
':' ida Herald, we see that the President appointed Duval issued the following circular to the logging; but now logs are becomingscarce J. & T. KYDD'S. LUCY ,

agents and employes of the company : and very soon our best timber will
2 on Thursday, Mr. 'V. A. Mahoney, Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel
of Callahan, Collector of the Port of Fer- JACKSONVILLE, FLA., October 29,1885. be cut off; and I desire, through your col- Wanted.
f/ Having been appointed receiver of the umns, to call the attention of the farmers of One nicely furnished room with all conveniences FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
t, ,,, nandina, to supersede the present incumb- United States Court of the road and other centrally located, with suitable
"' ant, Mr. J. W. Howell. properties belonging to the Florida Railway Nassau county to the profits that can be realized accommodation for gentleman, lady and Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,withor

The new Collector has been repeatedly & Navigation Company, by Mr. Justice in raising early vegetables for the two small child red. Without board. Will without board. Table Boarders will be

selected as a candidate of the Democracy of 1V oods, Circuit Justice of the Fifth United Northern markets. Irish potatoes, cucum- pay $15 per month for a suitable place.. accommodated ; also transient.
States Circuit and having qualified under Address T. "". HARTIIELL, City. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.r .
bers tomatoes beets and cabbages
9 : .;[ this county for the Legislature, and is therefore said order I hereby notify all officers, agents green peas, -

e'; well known. He is a good businessman and employes of this appointment, and re- can all be grown successfully, and,

and will unquestionably give satisfaction quire that they shall recognize and report tome with care and attention in shipping only .

'* r in the administration of the office. ther as notice.such receiver They will from each this retain date until the posi-fur- first-class vegetables and fruit, good pricescan "

tions they have heretofore held under the be obtained, and our shipping facilities .',' ,
1 .t 1 Circuit Court. company. Beginning this date all accounts utilized. I am glad to see the subject is receiving I :;;' rX .-:" : '". --- '

: shall be kept in the name of the receiver, attention from our most intelligent "1 tl c,;i... ,' f r J -'

Nassau and all moneys and property in the possession farmers, and that some cf our Callahan \, .,' .. ':-. .,.
of officer i't! any agent or employe of the
last week, after a short session of four days. company, shall be turned over and accounted friends intend doing something next season. .-.... -

i As already mentioned in our last issue, both for to the receiver. PROGRESS. '

h j the civil and criminal dockets were very The order of the court makes provision '

light. for the payment of the overdue rolls, etc., New Restaurant.Mrs. .: and will facilitate their early settlement.H. Geo. W. Schuyler will open to-day in
Only three convictions were made during. R. DUVAL, Receiver.
the building formerly occupied by Mode .
the term, and the following sentences were ;

rt ;I,..', pronounced by the Judge: Almost a Conflagration.The Bros. foot of Centre Street, a first-class restaurant Will find it to their advantage. to get our prices

ji. Louis Barber: assault with intent to rape ; season for rekindling the winter firesis and oyster saloon. Mrs. Schuyler's"Idle .' .
Hour" was a favorite resort on Ame- before wsewhere.. We offer many goodsat
at hand and
> four years in the penitentiary.Jake we would warn our citizensto

Kelly, carrying concealed weapons; ;guard against the dangers which always lig Beach, and she will no doubt make the less e 'than they can Is purchased in competing

in r err? one month in the county jail. attend the season. Stoves stovepipes, chim- restaurant as popular. J'S

i who and flues and old .- markets. We give particular attention to heavj
.1'I I Lang and Harrison, plead guiltof neys roofs, after standing List'of Letters

i.. aggravated assault, were fined fifty dollars unused for months, should be carefully inspected Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- ,: P., goods, such as BACON, FLOUR, GRITS, GRAIN, FEED,

1 ( and costs. by the head of the family before dina,. Nassau county, Florida, October J

t The grand jury made"their presentment risking.the chances of bringing them again 31. 1885. Persons calling for these letters .A-. *,> BUILDING MATEEIAL, etc.

just before the adjournment of the court. into use. must say advertised. : : 1<,iJ t ,?
ear Ask for our prices when needing goods.
The document contains the usual reference Last week we recorded the narrow: escape Buller, W 0 Mires, Miss Hattie

fir''. to the condition of the county offices which from destruction by fire of the dwelling occupied Brierly Bnrne ,.WS Mrs. Emily Powell MullinsJudy,'Dr A M : ; EKED W. HOYT & CO.
a, were all found to be well administered with by Mr.Woodward. On Friday morn- Clark, Edmund '- Poarch Wm .. :I-i:t .- '

w the exception of the office of Justice Schuy- ing of this week the dwelling of\Ir. Glaiber Chapman, G M. Price, Emma > ; .> : SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,
;. I, : ler, against whom the jnry made a numberof caught fire in the ceiling of the second story Dose, Denerer >Smith, James
Dosber, Charlie Stuart,Emma .i FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
> ,
charges and requested that a copy of from the heat or sparks of a bedroom stove Evens, Jules '*> Smith,,Linder ; ." (1"1.;,; "

these be forwarded to Governor Perry, which' The fortunate presence of the proprietor at Freeman, J D Thompson Mabel I .:

was ordered by the Court. the time was what saved a whole row of Hunt, Gracy Walker, Danl ;:1-'..".. .. .
Jordon R B ,' .
Wiggins, Eugene ;
frame dwellings from
probable destruction. Lanier, J P William, MD. .. -i/-< ._ .
rs Coffee. Ladders, water, and constant in the Mitchell ;:" ,, >:. :.;_. ... :;.r L:;".:"
care Mrs Susan Willoms.Wash .Bf;.... .', e.d; ; /r .r "
ik Ground Coffee at ;,. ...... '. .. ., ,.., .
? Choice Roust or use of fire are indispensable for the general Adam 'ViUans. ,. ... ';, '. r '. '. -' (.-";
,.," ''" WHITXER & Sc UYLER's. welfare and safety of the public. S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.-j. '_ ...,' ;:'J' .: ;j(1; ;:,::"""3':'... ;:.. ':, '... ,t.: ).+ 'i."k:::; ":'f"'C > .;;;;.,,<, ; :"1.r';': ,...- i\\" r,'

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