Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00287
 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: November 7, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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System ID: UF00054505:00287
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. wife the reason which moved him to TUESDAYS ''ELE IONS. :ticket is elected by a majority of 17- THE MATERNAL INSTINCT IN
refuse the distinction, there was a 000:! to 20,000.
IN the Vienna Hofbibliothek thereis SURPRISING VICTORIES ,L. NEW YORK cold-blooded adder would
knock,at the door. working-class s CONNECTICUT.
written be- AND VIRGINIA-GAINS SEWHERE. scarcely be selected as an emblem of
parchment manuscript, girl from the neighborhood entered, The election ,in this State was for maternal love, and yet there can be

tween the years 1516 and 1519-the and, presenting Uhland with a bunchof The elections on Tu \ ay proved, members of the Legislature only. no doubt that it has frequently lost its

prayer-book of the Emperor on the whole most HYing 'successes -, life while seeking to the '
private violets, said: "This is an offering g The Democrats made a gain of 80. preserve existence -
It bears the traces of of its Mr. Garratt ina
Charles from my mother." "Your mother, for the Democrac, 'NEW JERSEY. young. ,
recent edition of his interesting
long use. child" replied the poet ; "I thought NEW YORK' ;The election in this State has re- "Marvels of Instinct," gives a very

THE tin deposits of New South she died last autumn." "That is In New York, where; arty, feeling sulted in a substantial victory for cireum-tantial\ account of an instance ,

Wales are estimated by the colonial true, Herr Uhland," said the girl, i the Republicans.' The only issue in which a very large adder was seen

geologist to cover, an area of 5.440-,- "and I begged you at the time to has been most intense close contest was the Legislature, in both branchesof on a bank by the roadside basking in

000 acres, but it is supposed that the make a little verse for her grave,and was expected, the 1ugwump"clement which the Democrats will be againin the advanced sun. The assail narrator of the story If,
to. the creature with
area is much greater than that, as you sent me a beautiful poem. These having gone b ck: into the the minority. The Republicanswill his stick. On' observing him she gave Vaslight

new fields of tin are continually re- are the first violets which have "grand old party." T' .s, with the have 13 votes,in the next Senateto hiss at the same time raising

ported. bloomed on mother's grave., I have quarrels amongst the'Democrats, over 8 for the Democrats, 'and in the her head a little and opening her

THE suit against the New York plucked them, and I like to think the local offices, in Nr York city, Assembly 31 Republican votes'to 29 mouth. The signal was understood:
: tie by her four little ones, which instantly
Central Railroad Company for damages that she sends them to you with her was counted upon by Republicans for the Democrats. This is a Repub- glided down her throat. But her

to a violin, claimed to be a greeting." The poet's eyes moistened to elect' Mr. Dave>ort as Gov- lican gain of 2 in the Senate and a thought for her offspring caused the

Stradivariusand in which an awardof as he took the posy,,and, putting it ernor. The vote was ve y large, and loss of several in the House, but it mother's destruction, for the act delayed -

$3,025 had been made, has been in his buttonhole,he said to his wife:: the result has been, a seeping'victory leaves a Republican majority on the adder long enough for himto
for the Democrats GovernorHill strike again and the snake,
of is that : ballot.
compromised by the payment "There, dear woman, not an joint
elected with young,lay dead at his feet. Mr.: I
was by abo'i 12,000 plu-
$1,800 to the owner. order more valuable than any King I Garratt then removed her body into
SOME months since Holkar, one of can give?" rality. Democratic PROCLAMATION. the middle of the road, to see what
ticket was elected, although General had become of the "insiders." He
the great East Indian rulers, while LINCOLN'S UNSENT MESSAGE. By the President of the United States, a
Jones ran sadly behin, his ticket. opened the snake, and the four young !
on a visit to Lord Dufferin, saw his Governor Hill's majorit r.in his own Proclamation: all came out alive. The little animals
the A PROPOSAL TO PURCHASE PEACE FROM The American people have always
lordship going through processof wriggled about in all manner of forms,
county exceeded that jiven to Mr. abundant to be thankful to
his and re- .. as if something strange had happened
cutting newspapers .
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Cleveland about 1 There Aimignty God whose watchful care
Louis October 31.The"GlobeDemocrat by ,500. it
Indian askedfor to them,and as they knew not whereto
views. The and ,hand have been
prints editorially this morn- were large Democratic gains in Albany : guiding man- go or what to do., :Mr. Garratt,
knife promising \ ifested in of their National
the ivory paper every stage ;
Monroe and interior annoyed apparently at the doubt which
the facts in qjher
ing following interesting ; life and them .
another in return. The Prince returned ,guarding protecting has
been sometimes to the
city expressed as
counties. In .New York :Gov-
connection with President Lincoln 'in'time of and
peril, safely leading
recently to Government : fact of snakes affording their a-
and the late war: ernor Hill's majority isubout'48,000' them in the hour of darkness and of young
him el temporary shelter from danger in their
House, taking with a young "A number personal friends and in King's county':about 9200. danger. It is fitting and proper that own insideshas: collected a large num-
had its
ephant. The animal were discussing some incidents of The largest proportionate: Democratic Nation thus favored should on one ber of well recorded instances of the I

tusks shaped and sharpened,and be- the late war. One of, them spoke of gains were matTe 'in the country dis- day in every year, for that purpose fact, and it may be noted that in most

tween the Rajah's two visits to Cal- Mr. Lincoln's aversion to bloodshed, tricts. especially appointed, publicly acknowledge of the cases cited the parent perishedin

cutta had undergone a training in and cited as an illustration that he the goodness of God, and consequence of the delay her regardfor
send solid dele- thanks Him for all His
The Democrats a return to
of the Cabinetof
secretarial work. When led into had it from a member her young occasioned.
the war period that Mr. Lincoln, gation from New' York city to the gracious gifts.Therefore Coming; to a somewhat higher type !'
Lord Dufierin's it took I Grovor Cleveland
presence, up on his return from his Hampton State Senate. There were some Dem- of animal, the same devotion is to be

some newspapers with its trunk, cut Roads conference in February, 1865, ocratic gains in the Assembly elections ,President 'of the United States of ,found, as is exemplified in this story of .
America do and
them, and placed them on a carpet proposed to his Cabinet to submit a hereby, designate a rat and cobra fight, narrated in the
but the have
Republicans a the
set'apart Tuesday, twentysixthday
fashion. to Congress giving to the of a contemporary. The
in orderly message pages spec-
an Southern States an amount equal to ,majority: ,in .both ;branches! of theLegislature. of November instant, as a day of tator of the conflict relates that the

THE population of Paris has trebled the probable cost, of the war from >' ,XMr public thanksgiving and prayer, and two combatatants fell from ,the ,roof'of

, since 1801, but there" are six that time,to,its close, on condition of I .. :,;Hugh J.:_Grarit t ;..<<&e-Tammany' ; do invoke the observance of the same a hut'to within a few feet of where he
: I of the'land.On .
'I"" limes as many lunatics non as then. their laying down their arms''and returning candidate, was elect Sheriff in New by airthe-people that: let all secular busi- was standing, and through the open
their to the Union. day he enabled witness the
Since 1866 the number of male luna- to loyalty window was to
York city by a plurality of about ness be suspended, and let the peo-
editor of the Globe-Democrat The he
of female The battle. rat, states, was too
tics has exceeded that hearing of the conversation, sent a 7,000. Senator Gibbs-the, so-called ple assemble in their usual places of agile for the heavy movements of the

growing till it has reached 56 per memorandum to the Hon. John wicked Senator in the Eighth Dis- worship, and with prayer and songsof snake, and for a long time escaped un-

cent. The numbers of the marriedand Usher, who was at the time referred ; trict, was defeated by Mr. Dunham.In praise, devoutly testify their grat- scathed, while her enemy was despe- ;
the single are almost exactly to Mr. Lincoln's Secretary of the In- itude to the Giver of every good and rately wounded. Ultimately the cobra .. :
and who is resident of Brooklyn the local Democratic perfect gift for all that He has done succeeded in bite and
equal. The chief of the physical"causes terior, now a inflicting a i
Lawrence Kansas him to ticket was elected by handsome plu- for us in the year that has passed ; that '
requesting as though aware precaution was
mental disease is
producing state his recollections as to its cor- ralities, :Mr. Whitney's plurality for for our preservation as a united Nation now useless, the poor rat rushed into I
excessive drinking (of absinthe?), From Mr. Usher's and for our deliverance from the and his I
rectness. reply, Mayor being as large as the pluralityfor close quarters, firmly fixing
which is responsible for 562 cases which was received yesterday, we Governor Hill in Brooklyn. shock and danger of political convul- teeth in the throat of the venomous i

out of 1,067 admitted in the year. make the following extract: sion ; for the blessings of peace and creature, never let go her grasp again. I

Of the "moral" "domestic Soon after his (Lincoln's) return VIRGINIA. for our safety and quiet while wars The snake plunged about furiously but !
from James river the Cabinet was Virginia, the Democrats, led by and rumors of wars have agitatedand vainly; its enemy had made a death-

trouble stands first, with fiftyninecases convened, and he read to it for their General Fitzhugh Lee, have won a afflicted other nations of the grip on its throat and both the duel- j

and after it in order come approval a message which he had notable victory, General Lee's majority earth ; for our security against the ists fell in the fight. Subsequent research !

"money losses," alarm, surprise, do- prepared to be submitted to Con- less than scourge of pestilence, which in other proved that the rat had faced ;
being not. 25,000.
mestic affliction and religious mania, gress, in which he recommended lands has claimed its dead by thou- the formidable foe for the preservation ;
The Legislature will be overwhelmingly sands and filled the streets with ,
which last to be comparatively Congress to appropriate $300,000,000to of her little ones, the nest of the young ;!
appear be apportioned among the several Democratic, which insures mourners; for plenteous crops which rats being discovered in the roofi g.- '

rare in Paris. States, in proportion to the slave the election of a Democrat to the reward the labor of the husbandmanand Chamber's Journal.

THE of be distributed to the increase our Nation's wealth, ,I
Washington correspondent to United States Senate to succeed the '
holders and for the contentment throughoutour Post-Office Notice.
of slaves in these States
the in of
New York World
speaking notorious Billy Mahone whose over- in the 8:00 to 6:00
the condition that they borders which follows Office Hours-From : A. M. p. M.
the President's annual : upon Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. i
message says would consent to the abolition of throw is a cause for national con- train of prosperity and abundance.And Orders and Registered Letters from ;
The Administration will take very slavery and the disbanding of the gratulation. He has done more to let there also be on the day 8:00 A. )I. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M I I II

positive ground upon the financial insurgent army, and would acknowl- debauch and degrade the politics of thus set apart a reunion of families to 3:30 p. m.ARRIVAL :3
and chastened tender
question. Mr. Jordan and :Mr. Manning edge and submit to the laws of the South than dozen of the sacrificed by Transit & Peninsular Railroad I
any memories and associations; and let .........
the United States. The members of Arrives daily except Sunday 4.45 P.M.
will recommend in their
re- the Cabinet were all opposed to it. carpet-baggers whose memory is yeta the social intercourse of:friends,with Brings mails from the North,the

ports the suspension of the silver He seemed somewhat surprised at stench in the nostrils of the whole pleasant reminiscence,renew the ties Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular '- .

coinage. The President will endorse that and asked, How long will the country, and his defeat will be welcomed of affection and strengthen the bondsof Closes railruads.daily except Sunday.........10:00 A.M.

their views. Mr. Jordan will be ableto war last?' No one.answered, but he in all parties where common kindly feeling. Takes mails for the North, the 2
And let us by no means forget Gulf coast' ,Transit and Peninsular -
show in his that soon said A hundred days. Well,
report $45,000000 ,- honesty has worshipers. roads.Leesburg .
while we give thanks and enjoy the .........
in 8:40
have been lost in the at-' we are spending now carrying on train arrives daily A. jr.
already PENNSYLVANIA comforts which have crowned our
the war three million dollars a day, Brings Western mail only. .
tempt to force silver into circulation.It In the vote lives that truly grateful hearts are Feinanama &Jacksonville Railroad-
Pennsylvania was ,
which will amount to all this very
money, arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A.M.
is understood that the policy of besides all the lives.' With a deep light, the Republicans gaining in inclined to deeds of charity,and that Brings the Jacksonville and St.

the Treasury Department will be sigh, he added, But you all are opposed nearly voting precinct. Matthew a'kind and thoughtful remembranceof John's river mails.
every :
the will double the pleasuresof Closes daily except Sunday..10:30 A.M..
to and I will not send the poor
against further in of me,
any calling Stanley Quay, one of the ma- our condition and render our Takes the Jacksonville,St John'sRiver .
bonds. It is held that it is not message. and Northern mails.
good chine bosses, was elected State Tre s- praise and thanksgiving more acceptable Smdcty.Jlail-

financiering to reduce the National List of Letters in'the sight,of the Lord. Jacksonville and St.John's River,

Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- urer. Done at the of Washington arrives...................................10:25 A. )[.
debt which bears interest of only 3 MASSACHUSETTS LL. s.] city Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. M.
dina. Nassau county, Florida, November this second of November
is 6 day: Jacksonville,St.John's Riverand
per cent. when the current rate Elects the Republican ticket by
7, 1885. .Persons. calling, for these letters. one thousand 'eight hundred and the North, closes....................... 6:00 A.M.
per cent. must say advertised: about 18,000 plurality. The, Legislature and of independenceof Jacksonville and St.John's River
Anderson Katie Hutchins, be Re-: eighty-five, only, closes.............................. 4:00 P. M.
A NEW Uhland anecdote is sure ofa will, as usual, heavily : the United States the one hundred $AML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.
Albert Jordan, H B
wide welcome. Although the poet Alberty, Elizer Jackson, Francis publican,though the Democrats have, and tenth. ,

delighted to take his subjects from,the Bowenng Baker, Arnie H W Johnson Jones, Washington, Monroe gained considerably 'on their Representatives F. BAYARD GROVER- CLEVELAND.T. Thirteen yards Bleached of fine Cotton., soft finished

knightly and romantic Middle Ages, Benjamin, James Kundy, Jarea last of year, when they Secretary, State. bleached Cotton for$1.00,J.at& T. KTDD'S.

when feudalism was everywhere in Butler,James, W T Mires Moody, Hattie,PT'Boutwell -, had:but,81 in both-branches.:" They Valuable Orange Lands for Sal e

force, he was essentially a poet of the Christopher,, Robert 'McClenan, Ela probablyhave:15 Senators out Great Bargains Tracts containing twenty acres each of
Davis, R G Murry, :M J Goods
Brocaded Dress 15 cents: per yard land Lake
people. The Prussian King Fred- of 40 a gain of 9 and 90 Representatives choice,high on
Edwards, I MMitzell. Mary ,, J worth 25. at J. & T. KYDD'S. suitable for orange growing and truck: farm
erick William IV, offered him the Filesay. Simon 'Maye Musbree, Ley out of 240. The Republicans ing,are now offered for sale. These lands
Franklin, W F Mary.
Order John Roberts, Dristone carried.Lynn Low lL and Fall River For Sale. are very conveniently situated for transportation -
Pour le Merite'vfit\\ flattering Hargret be sold
Homes, Callie Smith, BaileY'Harris One Half Share in Lyceum Hall Associa- by water or rail, and will on
expressions of the royal regard. Margrett Van Saclen J' N' for. ,the first time in. years.- tion. Apply at this_office.; terms tionable.to suit Also purchasers.valuable Titles timber are lands unques in-

Uhland however declined to accept 'Hancosk, Martha Wan-in, Josey- A IOWA. R. FAIRBANKS.
Curtis Williams. FINE PRINTING. SEND YOUR large bodies. G.
it. While he was explaining to his S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. In Iowa the Republican State FOR to the MIRROR office. February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.

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i l fx' GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff G. W. Epperson, Lake Butler. I MATSON-COUNTY. In the Circuit Court, : I. 3 m' OH I IO
Collector of Revenue Banberry Haynes, -:= '
ffl United States Officers. Starke. oountilJUdg-t. : o C-O&o :::
COUNTY, j 00---.... "
Hill Lake FLORIDA.i
Schools J. L. O'
Superintendent of '''' $
74;: LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. rramore, Madison i O... OA
' .g;. J L. A. Barnes Gainesville. Butler. Clerk-John MBeggsMadisonSuperintendent 6 :=. :::1''
Register- ALONZO B. NOYES, l' -
w It, Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BEEVARD'COUNTY.County f Schools-Samuel J. Perry, va. sis: IS gp 0

'. ., Surveyor-GeneraJ-J. F. McClellan. Judge-James McCrory, City Madison. W ELLEN E. S. WADLEIGH,and J| In ,CA m t cery.

: !' DISTRICT COURT. Point. County'&easurek.-S.S. Smith, Madison. JOHN H. "V ADLEJGH. reT1 dac ..... .
: Clerk A.. 'Collector ofi'Reknue 'B. V. Wads worth "
A. Stewart, Titusville. ;:I- <
'fttf 1 Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN l 0::.0 :: t.1
Sheriff M. E. English, Titusville. _:Madison., VMAN. A Io-j
t the 'above entitled cause, and :: -
Marshal J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed, Titusville. .+EE COUNTY. processregularly sr.3 oo = ,
issued therein, and it appearingthat
Walter Jacksonville.
-Clerk-Philip "o'0
.j.1 Schools John H. Laws :
' Superintendent of 'County Judge-J>hn'G.."Webb, Manatee. the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleigh 2 :JO (;) 1jar"
!;-E Clerk-Robert SGriffith Manatee. and John H. reside the .. (;)1j
Wudleigh .beyond 1
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r. : -Collector S. C., Thompson! Jacksonville. CALHOUN.County SheriA., S. Watson, Pine Level. limits of the State of Florida, to wit, in one :.(1) ._..<0 q, .-;:-.J;:
r .a, COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Judge-William Clark. Collector of Ret.'nu=Henry ,E. Carlton, of the United States; lliSs.iP; ; t.1
iJ w John W. Howell, Fernandina. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fort Green. I It is therefore ordered that defendants, ; :.: C

r iS' Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent oj,Schools-Felix J. Seward, Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and the said John H. -'f Ij s 00:: y:: =:'= ::,Io-j

+. John F. House, St. Augustine. Treasurer-J.' P. Richards. Pine Level. Wadleigh, do appear in the said Circuit hlO 0J: O,.o ....L
fh Collector of Ret'eaue-Joel P. Atkins. MARON COUNTY. Court and demur, plead or answer the said, :!.or-i':) rn -en--3
a Superintendent of Sclwoh-W. G Cox well. bill on or before the first Monday in Novem- 3 o =
1 State Officers. County Judge J H. Williams, Ocala. ( ) :::: "" ..+. d
. t CLAY COUNTY. Clerk-Robert Ihllock Ocala. ber next, A. D. 1885.,otherwise the statements -r a--, c--:: :: R

\...gc.; EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E. \\111iams,, Ocala. averments and charges in said bill o'< (:J:I:)..cN-;: rrrJg. I-j 3 "
contained will be taken as confessed and a y 0Cl10. b
n Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Revalue- W. P. Trantham, decree confesso entered therein in conformity -' w tr....
.! Lieutenant- -Governor Milton H. Mabry, Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. [ pro to the rules regulating such causes.. :tn 1.h
James W. DeWitt Green Cove Schools :M. L. :in ;
Leesburg. Sheriff Superintendent Payne, Fernandina, Fla.. September 19, 1885. -P ;: : .Q 44
Ii'; : Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. j JOHN A. EDWARDS, ;
lahassee. Collector of Revenue W. J. Wilson, Green MONKJE COUNTY. ZL...
; 44 Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla.
Tallahassee.TreasurerE. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, o *<. "-" 5"o Sr F
D. Barnes
f)1)lnptroUer-'V. .
S. Crill.ilf McRae. County Judge (has. S. Baron, Key West. :... :..:.: C.;...a; "_"... Q
Clerk-Peter T. night, Key West. In the Circuit Court, 'oN < '
Attonie -General-C. M. Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. 'C_. = : S-
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Sheriff-George Demerritt, Key West. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAU .
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see.Commissioner County Judge--W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Rev tue-Mason S. Moreno, COUNTY FLORIDA. e "u: >
{. of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. | CT5 3 >-0 L- g 00 Z t"i
Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff C. P. Farwell, Lake City: Superintendent of cllols-J. V. Harris;Key G12co: K7:

t Russell, Jacksonville.AdjutantGeneralDavid. Collector of Taxes-\\ Payne, Lake City. West. I INASSiU ELVIRA C. HORSEY, EMILY :? g :::-P H

t'l f Lang.iiiltj Superintendent of ScKools-Vf. A. Sheffield, COUNTY. A. NOYES, E. P. NOYES, ] "-"I ."'''''....oa-""I-, ;"=,
County Judge Hjiton J. Baker, Fernan ::: :::::00C'":;n tj;:
; Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter. BADE. dina. { vs. In Chancery. r:.;g 00g =.

A Associate Justtre-George P. Raney, Tallait County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk--J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. ELLEN E.S.WADLEIGH,JOHN I !2fH.53.-S. m
hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. .
Sheriff John A.Ellermann, Fernandina. J .. := UJ >-
.S Associate Justice-R. B. Van B. NOYES. j =-_
Valkenburgh Sheriff-Win. M. Mettaur. ,
Assessor Taxes- H. Garland Fer- -
:.., Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. of -Wm. BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN .;:I 0rg.... ..Rr1..... ...-.... m

.?, i '. Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Reveiue{ Warren F. Scott, Fer- A the above entitled cause, and process O. 1 .=.. ::.:..Z
{ regularly issued therein and it appearing

/: 4 First C'ircuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent o\ Schools-John Owens, that two of the said defendants, to wit, ,
,' I Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and John H. Wad
;, sacola Evergreen.
: Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- sonville.Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasure Gnsta.v Stark, Fernan leigh reside beyond the limits of the State
\/"t dina. / of Florida, to wit., in one of the United !
,':.fl t see. Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. States .

P' {'1, Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith,,Jack- ORANGE COUNTY.: : It is;therefore ordered that the said defen- }" .": '._;. I !rti c ; ,'L : .
...., \ Fourth Circui.t-James)1. Baker, Jackson-
(';iI'.' sonville. County Judge-J/L. Bryan, Orlando. dants, the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and
r ',. ville. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. John H. Wadleigh, do appear in the said
:: Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville. Collector of Reve'1lie-F.# T. Hardeman, Or-. Circuit Court and demur, plead or answer .
'3 1\I ville.I of Schools-William H.Bab- i f I III"
lando. J, the said bill on or before the first Monday I '
'ircuit-H. Mitchell
: Sixth L. Tampa. ,
.k','t Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent q/j f Schools-John T. Beeks., in November next, A. D. 1885, otherwise the
'"v.'t' ESCAMBIA. Orlando. statements, averments and charges in said .
m1{:, Walter Tate. Suveyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando. bill contained will be taken as confessed
Calendar Judge-
Court County
Treasurer-C. W. Wilcox.IOLK. and decree r1' ::".' "
\ f\ Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. .' Jacobs, a pro confesso entered therein in
.t .4.. FIRST CIRCUIT. .
Wilkins. conformity to the rules regulating such -
Sheriff Joseph
Fall Term-
i.t Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A.. Fortner. causes.
!; i::r Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Fernandina, Fla., September 19. 1885.
Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
in October.
Vtik Walton, Monday JOHN
r' Cook. A. EDWARDS ... ,
< Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. '
,;.... t I Holmes, 2d Wednesday after. 4th :Monday Treasurer-F. F. Beville. 44 Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. "
f rl, :' \ in October. FRANKLIN.

'aIfi!} :" Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Robert G. Baker. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. Notice of Insolvency. "
Superintendent of Schools-John ,
Snoddy. ,
F. in October. .>
Clerk-J. A. Atkins. <
\f: Jackson, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday in i IN COUNTY COURT, Nassau County,
'r' ',\ October. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt, ad-
ft Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka. ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson,
; ; Escambia 1st in December.
'''' 1 Monday Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward Palatka.
deceased late of the
aforesaid hav-
It' county ,
This act amended section 2 of act of February -
/ Hicks.
: t Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar Jr., Palatka.
".,?'i" ;; 10, 1879, and does not change the ing filed in the office of the County Judgeof
..; f Term. GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. said county a written suggestion of the

.:t't:: ;:'t', Spring THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby > 1

'.''' Spring TermTaylor Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka. given to all persons having claims or demands -

,#h'A 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sfteriff lhonfas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. of any nature whatever against said
R. Kimbrew estate, to file the duly authenticated,
r"lir April. .Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John Perry. same
l i Madison, 2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff E. A. Tucker, Perry. in the office of the County Judge of said .

: ;.i ""t 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
'I .. Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, ber, A. D. 1885, at which time there will bea
.' HAMILTON COUNTY. rata to creditors entitled
\ Perry. pro payment
$;; i in April.Columbia
c, !
Jf:' IJ 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. thereto, and the Administrator discharged. T OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
in Clel'k-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D.-N. Cox, Perry. "Witness my hand and seal as County

it!, Jl: 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 4
A. D. 1865. Fernandina,
Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. April,
tf} i(fl in April. SANTA ROSA.
) ; Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid,
y r County Judge-John Chain. Towns on R. R. Line. '
County Judge.
;i Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper.
) October., HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert Fernandina, April 11, 1885. 6mo
And Cedar
r.'i: l r 1 Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rf.'Iienue-'V. J. Williams. The time of the final distribution in the Key.

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

r ; Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S November 3, 1885.
b'; J in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E. King, Lecanto. COUNTY. H. J. BAKER,
:: ''" Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- td County Judge. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
II:" ':i October. xille. tine.ClerkBartolo

f', :: .! 0 Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. number of the most eligible and desirable
;\i in October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.

f' ,\I FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or for
.' : : "f I Spring Term HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. ESTAAnLISIIED 1875.

,,: :,'to! St.John's, 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, City or Suburban Residences,
w., .),II Clay, 4th Tuesday in March.BtadfordlstTuesday .; Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine.
;;: r"' ; in April. Sheriff J. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.
'" J aker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Ret'enue-'V. J. Martin. County Judge-J. 11. Steele, Leesburg, DRUGS and MEDICINES UPON EASY TERMS.

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

'!'I'J Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. County Judge SUWANEE M. W.COUNTY.Phillips, Live Oak. =1 PHARMACISTS 1= erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
1st in November.
A ./ Duval Tuesday JACKSON. Clerk J. W. Newman, Live Oak.
t--I-: FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. residence, or in which to conduct their
Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector Revenue Wilson H. Sessions
i., of Centre Street.FERNANDINA ,
-v ,.. .. Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff-Andrew Scott. Live Oak. business.

.1 1 Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell,
::.1 '.,_ Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. FLORIDA, INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
.1 !1\\ March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

ti ;r:a'" Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge James H. Chandler, Enter- KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- by exemption for a term of years from
March. of
'. f. J\L Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. EIGN and DOMESTIC: taxation, offered by the several cities and
.d 11 in April. Sheriff-D. B. Bird, Monticello.Cleric Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. '

r.rt ....:I Fall Term- -W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. towns. Apply to
3 J. =?J Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. Drugs and Chemicals CHAS. W. LEWIS

":! Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New Fernandina.
t County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna.
Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November.
'f; l'11 Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, ;Sf Office, Duryee building ('up stairs),

; ". Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-R. S. Smith. corner Centre and First streets.
', h 1rt'J 1 in November. ticello. Sheriff Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. Proprietary and Fancy Goods,

M ,::1 SEVENTH CIRCUIT.Spring LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

'. I" ": h Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent. of Schools-E. Y. Watts, FINE TOILET ARTICLES, i i1'
.t jt J 1 Orange, 4th :Monday in January. Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. ," c '

!: .II 3d Monday in February. Clerk-.Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer"W. W. Walker, Craw-
I. y''V 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., I

:' .. .t 3d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-J. J.. Pearce, Craw- Ii i<., '. .,. :,.' .. 'i! .
.' fall Term County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New I fordville. IN GREAT VARIETY. '
't'. { Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. 'I;(, J /1 : ::

J Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel :McLeod, Sr. : I.NX
,',: : Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Physicians' Prescriptions i ':. '
;'. Dade, 2d Monday in November. Sheriff--John C. McSween. carefully with : 'c ; .'
."' ,.r'. I LEON COUNTY. compounded pure Drugs, at t .; ,

ll County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. Collector Treasurer-James E. Bowers. reasonable prices.SEWING. ':::i fl.#: .:' ;-.
j Revenue
County Officers. of -W. B. McLeod. '.- ,. .
Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. '.
; Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. .. ;} -,.
+ r Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. MACHINES .
f t' County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. ,,'- "

;?; 'Ville.p Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ,. .
; i Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D. D. Melvin. ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES ..,i'i .. ".,"', i_' lJ.:' ...:'. ,'L.<, >. :".

.1' Sheriff C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue- C. C. Pearce Talla- Sheriff 8. W. Davis. .
t. 4" For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO '.C", --;';, ; l ,,' ". ,;,"
; I Collector Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gainesville. hassee. Treasurer-Thomas J: Miller. < ,'.

r'. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-John Roche. ;; 'j" zb-- ;C'," I;:'.,' Y'' .

...-Ir,; "i j Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. .. ""
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.f" t
it It'4 + Gainesville. Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. of every description, and

t .: .j I BAKER COUNTY. Collector of Revenue W. H. Anderson Notice for Final Discharge. ATTACHMENTS for any Sewing Machine, : ... ._ .. : :: #P
li I., r County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson.: Cedar Key. for sale. "." ., .. -'-'"r.f'. .L. ..;. ... .:,:,".
: <'lE.
Clerk F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson.. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, S IX MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST j J. :. > ,-It': : :'>:'
'i. ':r Sheriff J. W.' Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. publication of this notice I will presentto jZS3'Old Machines repaired at moderateprices'

'. ,t" Collector of Ret'tntu-J, W.Burnsed, SanE LIBERTY. the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor .
-: derson. Nassau county, my final accounts and HENRY HOBEIN,

i : Superintendent of Schools Wm., Lessene, County Clerk-A.Judge. J. R. F. Hosford.. vouchers as executor of the estate of Corner Third and Ash Streets,
e 'Sanderson. Wooldridge. .', WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for'a' 8 Fernandina, Fla.THE" .
't Sheriff-D. G. Harrell.
9t:I,, i I I BRADFORD COUNTY. Treosurer-J. E. Roberts. '. final discharge.JOHN .

t ,r J1' County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler.: : Collector of Revenue-L. G. Wilder. A. ELLERMANN Executor., MIRROR"is noted for STEAM the artistic PRINTING ADVERTISERS! send 1 for our Select List of ,
F. Lake Butler. manner Geo. P. Rowell & Co.
: Clerk-Henry York Superintendent Schools
of I
: ..Gregory. ; I Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m ,in'which it executes all kinds of Printing. 10 Spruce Street, I*ew York. '

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and Nashville Railroad for New-
CARD } CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Orleans and Texas points and the West and
WESTWARD. Raiiroad of Georgia for all points West and
FLORIDA RAILWAY & 1111GIDOI.COIPUY., :sNo. 1.No.. 5. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway
-T--:: J for all North with
OctoberllZ Day Pass. Way Fr't.: points steamshipsfor
In Effect / 1885. Leave JacksonvIlle....... 7.30ani 11.30 p m''; New York Boston and Baltimore. At

a Arrive.Baldwin ............ 8.10 a m 12.30 a m Charleston with steamships for New York.
Is ; TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. .Leave Baldwin............. 8.13am 1.30am Philadelphia and Baltimore,
(FERNANDINA TO (DAR KEY.) Lake City.......... 9.45am .4.50am sold to all points by Rail;
(Central, or'Ninetieth Meridian, Time) LiveOak...........::10.33 a m 6.50 a m and Steamship connections, and Baggage
South. Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.45 a m Checked through. Also Sleeping Car bertha
GOING "_ :Monticello........12.15 p m and'sections' secured at Company's office in .
I Day Pas. Nl Pas. Arrive Tallahassee....... 2.00pm 3.00pm Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at De-
A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee......... 2.06 p m 3.45 p m pot Ticket Office, and on board People's
Leave Fernandina......... ...10.10 5.00 Line Steamers H. B. PLANT CHATTAUOOCUXB
v-E: {: 'F .$_ ix xn=iv4li ,Quincy.....?...... 3.10 p m 5.55 p m ,
: /I yl.YYf Leave Hart's Road Junct n..10.35 5.32 Arrive Chatta.River.... 4.40 ra 8.00 and JENNIE LANE.
Arrive Callahan............ ....11.27 6.35 p pill JAS. L. TAYLOR.
Leave Callahan...........,....; ....11.33 6.50 EASTWARD.No. General Passenger Agent.
No. 6.
I P.M. R G. FLEMING Superintendent.
-- Leave Dutton.................,....,,12.05 7.38 Day Pass. Freight.
Leave Brandy Branch-.. .... 12.21 7.57 LeaveChatt'cbee'River.11.00am 8.30 pm' Florida Southern
iTns ? Co.
Arrive Baldwin............. ....12.40 8.25 Quincy............12.44 p in 10.15 a m Railway
Leave Baldwin ...12.47 9.00 Arrive Tallahassee....... 1.52pm 12.15'amLeave -
Leave Maxville..j..... 1.10 9.25 Tallahassee ........ 2.00 p m 4.00 a m ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING .

Leave Highland..............t. 1.30 9.47 "" Mo.n ti cello.......... 2.45pm
r zL'gs Leave Lawtey.;JL. ....1.45 10.03 Madison ............ 4.26pm 9.25am SOUTH.
Leave Temple's.Leave .............. .... 2.03 10.22 41" Live Oak............ 5.46pm 12.40pm Accom. Fast Mall.
Sun. .
Starke.................J..... 2.26 10.30 Lake City.......... 6.40 pm 3.20 pm Jacksonville via Daily J ex. Daily.Lv.
.... ArriveBaldwin............. ,
..I.-.... .....,. ...;;;.:J....---,....-.- Leave Thurston.............. .... 2.41 10.46 Leave Baldwin............ 8.13pm 8.10pm 6.50pm 6.15pm J. T. & K.'V.R'y................... 7.45 a m
.. -_..-.. :- Arrive 'Valdo.L.... 3.02 11.10
Lv. St.
.... ..... Augustine via
; Arrive Jacksonville.....
j ...,.... Z= "!:::=-' -- Leave 'V ldo.. ...............1...... 3.15 ...... 8.52pm 8.10pm
-':::: ::::;::: : St. John's Railway................ 7.45am
q.- ..
"."-.....:.;.;..;--:'- .. .2: '''!'' ........- ., .": "' illil. ., .. Leave Gainesville.........:.\ ..... 4.00 ...... Trains 1 and daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 9.45 a m
-- pIn
._ -__ ;: -- '. : .. _.... .. .........t.... not run west of Tallahassee Sundays but
*'" j -' -.-t'- ---- .-_u.n ""_ .--no -__ Leave Arredondo... 4.23 ...... Ar.Interlachen............ 6.30 pIll 10.50 a m
Leave Palmer........ ........1..... 4.36 ...... will run Mondays.ST. Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m
Leave Archer................t' .... 4.56 ...... MARK'S BRANCH. Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 p m 12.00 n'n
Leave Bronson...........?: t..... 5.29 ...... Leave Tallahassee..................... ... 7.30 am Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 p m 12.20 p m
A.. B. INTO YES Leave Otter Creek..........U..... 6.13 ...... Arrive Wakulla............................. 8.47 am Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30am 12.45pm
Leave RosewoodArrive ............!,..... 6.53 .....; Arrive St. Mark's.......................... 9.15am Micanopy .;...........12.50 a m 12.50 p m
-DEALER IN- Cedar IVGjr ............4 I..... 7.25 ...... Leave St. Mark's........................10.00 a.III Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p m
GOING NO.KUI.'I Arrive Wakulla............................10.28 a m Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m
\Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee.......................11.45 a ni Ar. Lcesburg.............. 7.00 a ra 3.55 p ra

FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES 'I I A.M ...... Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm
Leave Cedar Key...........J...... 7.30 ...... CONNECTIONS.At Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 pra
Leave Rosewood...........J...... 8.05 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for : Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns "
Leave Otter Creek..T.... 8.32 ...... all points North and East; with the Fernan- & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00pm
and Grain Ship Stores Leave ........... .... 9.15 ..... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- Ar. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.45 pra
Hay Leave Archer .................Z...... dina ; and with Steamers for all points on Lv. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.55 p m
Leave Palmer ..................!.....10.03 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. Ar. Altoona................ ............ 5.30 pIn
Leave Arredondo...........: ....10.18 ...... At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45pm
FURNITURE PAINTS II CROCKERY Leave Gainesville............ ....10.44 ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- Lv. Fort Mason............10.00 a m 5.00 p ra
STOYESr .. Arrive ,V'aldo....... .. ........L..11.28 ......' nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. Ar. Enstis...................10.10 a m 5.10 p ra
_'I'A.. M. At Live Oak, with the Savannah; Florida Ar. Tavares................10.40 a ni 5.30 p ra
Leave Waldo...................,.\.....11.53 2.30 &Western Railroad.At Ar. Lane Park..............11.00 a m 5.45 p m
HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE ETC. Pt. Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch GOING
Leave Thurston...........;..*,.....12.15 2.55 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- NORTH.
Leave Starke..................;.....12.48 3.18 urdays.At Daily. Fast MaiL
Leave Temple's ..............J..12.53 3.23 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 .................... ............ 7.30 a ra .
Leave Highland...........:......... 1.30 4.08 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans I Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a ra.
Leave Maxville..................... 1.47 4.35 Louisville, and all points West Southwest, Lv. Altoona............,..? 8.50 a m
E. corner Centre and Second Sts, 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
Lv. Eustis.................... 4.20 9.15
Leave BaldwIn...................... 2.10 5.35 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. p ra a m
Leave Brandy Branch...........? 2.27 5.58 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to Ar. at Fort Mason from
Leave Dutton......................... 2.42 6.14 all points West. Lane Park................ 4.30 pm.20 a m
Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.55 For information respecting routes, rates, Ar. at Fort :Mason from
Leave Callahan...................... 3.15 7.10 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Astor....................... 9.40 a ra
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.12 8.12 dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Lv. Fort Mason........... 9.50 a ra
H. E. DOTTERER Arrive Fernandina................. 4.40 8.50 'sonville. Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.35 a ra
SS-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 a m

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

and Hogan Jacksonville, Fla. Ex.Sun.
DIVISION. A. MAcDONELL, Lv. Leesburg............... 6.30 p ra 10.45 a m
f- WILDWOOD TAVARES. Gen'l and Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p ra 11.18 a ni
WALDO TO AND ) Ticket Pass.Agent
} Ar. Ocala._.................10.30 p m 12.25 p m
{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES } GOING SOUTH.Day ,,?". MAXWELL Fernandina,;Fla.C. Ar. Micanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 p m
-r -t- "* Pas'Nt'Pas. Master of Transportation, Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35a m 2.35 p m
tt* P.M. P.M. Lv. Rochelle............... 3.50 a in 2.40 p m
Leave Waldo........................ 3.12 11.25 Jacksonville, Fla. Ar. Gainesville............ 4.20 a m 3.05 m j
Leave Dixie........................... 3.31 11.50 D. E. MAXWELL, p e
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF A.M.. General Superintendent. Lv Gainesville.-......... 3.00 a m 2.05 p ra ;

Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.47 12.10 Fernandina Fla. Lv. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m
Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.06 12.30 Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a ra 3.24 p m
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY Leave Citra............................ 4.29 11.52 1 Savannah Florida &Western R'y. Ar. Interlachen............ 6.10 a m 4.06 p raAr.
Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.44 1.07 : J,T & K W June....7.30am 4.55pm r
1.22 Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 5.10 p m
Leave Anthony Place.4.59
SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.32 ....... WAYCROSS SIIORT LINE. Ar.Jacksonville........... 1.22pm 7.12 p 11\

Leave Ocala............................ 5.56 2.10 All trains of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .
PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.36 2.55 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes Ocala, Leesburg.... ............ Fast Mail :
Leave Oxford ........................ 6.52 3.15 slower than Jacksonville time. For Pemberton's Ferry...........} )
Leave Wildwood................... 7,08 3.35 For Astor.................... ............ 11.45am I,!
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF Leave Leesburg...................... 7.38 4.12 and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885! For palatka.............. "j Ex. Sun. .............. .
Arrive Tavares...................... 8.10 4.50 ON Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas For Jacksonville.......} ........... ..............
GOING NORTH. follows: For St. Augustine.... 3.00am 2.05 pm r

-- ntt* Leave Tavares........................ 7.15 8.20; Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............ "} Fast Mail
Leave Leesburg...................... 7.44 9.02 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00: pm Frra Astor and Leesb'rg ............ V ....._...... is
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 From Ocala ................. ............J 3.05 P nl ;
Leave Oxford......................... 8.23 10.12 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m From Palatka. ........ )) Ex. Sun. ..............
--- Leave Lake Weir Station.. ....... S.38 10.33 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m From Jacksonville.: ... .............. ..............
NEW GOODS Received Steamer.Cor. Leave Ocala........................... 9.19 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30: p m From. St.Augustine...J 9.30 pIll 12.45 p in
by Every Leave Silver Spring................ 9.32 ....... Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m
J. LANE. :
A.M. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m
Second and Centre Sts. FERNANDINA FLA Leave Anthony Place.............10.08 12.20 Arrive at :Mobile daily at...............'2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta- :
Leave Sparr's.......................10.20 12.35 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a in tula, etc.: .
Leave Citra.............................10.33 12.52 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa Leaves Leesbur....... .................10 30 a m 1 J
Leave Lochloosa..10.50 1.13 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg................... 4.45 p JU .
Leave Hawthorne..................11.10 1.33 cola. :Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only-after I'j
Leave Dixie...........................11.25 1.51 Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- noon trip: ::
Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.47 2.18 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 p m t"

_#2Day Passenger daily except Sunday; B.&W.R.R.at7.40.p.m. I;
err lit ., Night Passenger daily.F. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this CONNECTIONS. j r rAt
train, Savannah to Pensacola, :Mobile Palatka with Jacksonville, Tampa & ,
& J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. and New Orleans. Key West Railway and fast river steamersfor ,I I'
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- St. Augustine: Green Cove Spring, Jacksonville \
ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. and all points :North, East and
H. B. AIKENS GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- West, and with up-river steamers for South
A.u. P. M. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST ; i
Leave Fernandina................. 7.20 3.00 Florida ; also with the new"twin-screw iron I
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 Monticello: for Charleston, New !
York, Boston, Philadelphia, etc. f.
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m
GOING NORTH. A. M. P. M. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m Mail trains make close connection both PI t

HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER Leave Jacksonville............... 9.30 5.30 Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m ways via at Jacksonville Jacksonville, Tampa with Atlantic& Key Coast West I i
Leave Hart's Road................10.35 6.25 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15: p m Line-Fast, Mail. t i
--------... Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 m
... 6.50 p
Arrive Fernandina......... ....11.03 At Wait's Crossing, with Florida Railway :
; 3.. Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m Co. for Waldo.
Arrive at Savannah daily'at.......... 8:25 p m & Navigation J
SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m At;Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida & ,
Leave Fernandina6.50 a. m. 4.30 p.m. Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savan- !
Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. m. 5.50 p.ra. Arrive Washington D. daily..11:45 p m nah, New Orleans and all points North 1!
FERNANDINA Arrive at New York daily at. .... 8:00 a m I
Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 6.30 p. m. East and West; and with Florida Railway
Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag ,
Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50 p. m. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key.
.' Savannah to New York, without change.EAST .
Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa.At .
V r CONNECTIONS.AT FLORIDA EXPRESS. Ocala, with Florida Railway & Navi-

Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:20 p m gation Company, and. hacks for Silver
FEP.NANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m Spring.
With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m At Leesburg with the St. John's & Lake
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m Eustis Division of the Florida Southern'
for New York on Thursday. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55pm Railway, and boats on Lake Harris for
With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm points on lake.
PAPER HANGING ALSOMINING I I nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55 p m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
.Arrive Jesup daily at................12:55 a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, :Fort Dade.
CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 7:15 a m Tampa, and South Florida.
and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m O. W. BROMWELL: ,
and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m General Pass.Agent.

HAWTHORNE, Arrive at :Macon daily at.-............ 8:50 a m SHERMAN CONANT;
To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. 'Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m GeneralIanager..

AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m
PAINTING OF ALL KINDS With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m
and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Washington daily..........10:30 a ra Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
CEDAR KEY, FLA., ,Arrive at New York daily,at........ 5:30 p ra Tracts containing twen y acres each of
DONE AT REASONABLE RATES AND IN A FIRST-CLASS :MANNER. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via choice,high hammock lard on O!ange Like
West and Havana, every Saturday; for New 'Va .cross. and Pullman .Paace. SleepingCars suitable for orange;; growing and truck farm-
Orleans every Friday; from Key West and via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. ing,are now offered for sale. These landsare
Havana every Friday; from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and very conveniently situated; foe transportation' -
every Saturday.With Atlantic and >East Tennessee, Virginia and ; by water oxtail, and will be sold on
SHOP LOCATED IN SWANN'S CONCRETE ,BUILDING,. Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and terms to purchasers. Titlesare unques- .
for and from Key West, Monday and Northwest. tionable. Also valuable- timber: lands in
Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, :Mon-' Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars 'Jackson- large bodies: G. R. FAIRBAS cs,
FOOT OF CENTRE STREET. day and Friday. .. ville to Louisville via Thomasville. February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.

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.. .lrtE'to'li, : DA MlRftOll.V ., was.a.conslderableparty. 'in- t''the Convention DEATH CF GENERAL FINEGAN. receive ,.after hearing the arguments .:Monday and Thursday........... 800 a.m.

, I -*? which favored j electing every General bseph J. Finegan died at of counsel for the complainants and From SleanLN'-JI"rha St. :Marys and l.JTvel--Crand ll. on

*I.I,-: .: GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS. EDITOR. officer of-the State and counties by a his home ik Rutledge, Orange county for the defendant (the railroad,company Monday and Thursday;..;..:....._ 7.00 a m.
'. .'" ) ,: ,,consideration thereof it From St. Marys 'and Dungeness "
upon : ,
; Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. direct popular vote.. There was an-, on.TiieS O:(nightrNorembcr: 3d, is oi Welnesday'and Saturday..,, 9'001.m'

i ." ," Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor other party which strenuously! opPosed ;in... his' 71St. ;j ear.- ,':;: 7fhe ,remains. were Ordered, adjudged and decreed, I From Tuesday St;Mary's.and.Friday and King's........Ferry........., 2.00
' > the election,especially of county -' brought clSohville on Thursday That'this cause be'set,for final hear- J p.nI.
,-: .' officers and and,thee interred with ing at the next, regular term of this --
Ten cents a line':for the first, and five cents for, ;Circuit: ,Court:judges. last, military U8IN ESS
':,1,each subsequent Insertion. The question was compromised ,by honors, Flo da Camp of Confederate court, and that in the meanwhile the Saved MEMBER is MEN"Jto RE.
local notices, 15 cents line. of H. R. Duval who has Money Madi.,1
lr Special powers Do Your Own
electing in part and appointing! in, Veterans mil 'a detachment of the Onlll perfect Print)i g.
.-1 Reading notices,25 cents a line. heretofore been appointed a receiverof robber Presrerr
j Special rate for time advertisements upon application part. So on several other provisionsthere Jacksonvill Light'' Infantry, .acting this court to take charge. of: the FofferecL stamp Workmanshinunsurpassed.
Prints perfectly. No business
at the office.Communications was a similar contrariety of as escort. ,r: Florida .Railway & Navigation Com should bA without one. Entire satisfaction mar.anteed. man.
and testimonials
: upon all matters of local inter- opinion harmonized by compromises.We The San d Argus published 'the pany's railroads and property, exceptits amazingly Catalogues low. Refer by permission free.to Prieo Holr.
! ; est solicited from all parts of the county and from A. H.QARtATO. Attorney:General United States
I lands, in controversy with S. I. THE: WIIET.ESH RUBBER
. along the lines of Florida railways. have,therefore, as a result a Constitution following sktch of his life: PRESS M'F'G CO., Augusta STAMP, Ga.
Wailes, in a suit'in this court, which
Aix All communications intended for publication which was not the work of General Joseph J. Finegan
e was
lands lie south of Waldo the said
al should be addressed to the Editor; all business ,
letters simply to TilE FLORIDA :MIRROR. either party, or 'either of the two born at Clo his, Ireland, on November Florida Railway. & Navigation Com-

schools of thought.In 17th, 1E14, and was accordingly pany's railroad including the railroad KNAI

4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1885. a letter published by the Times- in his 71st year. lie ,came to the from Fernandina to Cedar Key, the
r United Stat!s at the age of nineteen, road mentioned and described in

THE FUTURE OF FERNANDINA.The Union some weeks since, a' very and settled in ':New York, where he this bill of complaint, be extendedover PIANOFORTES.

action which has been taken strong:; arraignment, of the revised remained hit 'one year, when he the railroad and its said prop- UNEQUALLED

in reference to the Florida Railway Constitution appeared over the signature came to St.|\ugustine, Fla., and en- erty described ',in this bill of complaint TONE TOUCH WORKMANSHIPand
tered the service of the United
Statesas between Fernandina and DURABILITY.
of of the wisest and best
& trust
r ,Navigation Company we
thinkers in the State. There is hard- cbmmissrjyclerk.. Cedar Key, with,the same powers as Nos.204 and 206 West Baltimore St.,Baltimore.
: will cause its beneficent effects to beat : "In 1840 fr-1841 .he married Mrs. given to said receiver in the suit of No. 112 Fifth Avenue,New York.
ly point of objection made to the Rebecca Travers who bore him five
I once felt in a renewed confidence William Bayard Cutting vs. the said

and cheerfulness in business circles. several articles referred to by him children, oily one of whom-Captain Florida Railway & Navigation Company -

I which would not be concurred in bya I'i'. R. nnegan-survives him. wherein the said receiver has tn _
: All is the result of
enterprise, con-
Leaving St. the General nw.
large number of those who Augustine, been heretofore appointed, and with fJ
fidence in the future, and under or-,, very settled on that beautiful place on the the effect the said
same as though
intend the Constitutionas '
dinary circumstances we discount to support St. Johns ,rjkrer. now known as 'Mag- receiver was appointed in this cause, The Best Newspaper in America,

S : the future and are eager to anticipate -. revised. We have never approvedof nolia, and Icgah the raising of sugar for the'preservation of any and,every and by far the Most Readable.

i its prosperity. Heretofore we the election of the judiciary. We cane on a large scale, his place then the rights which the complainantsmay Agents wanted everywhere to earn

do not like the system of five Coun- 'being known as Constantia. He hereafter be decreed to have in In the Sun's
distributing Pre
have had much at times to encour- operateda tract of land and money
urge and to such
Commissioners and the property.
age us,and at other times to discourage ty half-way was the founder{ of the settlement at And it is further ordered that the
We have scheme of assessment. We think the that place.IDeS ring a wider The most interesting and advanta-
us. perhaps, scope, power of S. A. Swann as receiver in
too much on the :railroad company's Homestead law, as framed, very ob- he left the plantation business and ;this court of the lands remaining in geous offers ever made by any News-

We think the Conven- came to Jacksonville, where he went paper.
movements, and those of the TownImproement jectionable. the possession of the trustees of the .
j tion, in dropping the former article into the lumber business very extensively second mortgage bondholders named, i No Subscriber ignored or neglected.
', Company. relative to educational qualificationsfor operating what is now calledHunter's heretofore appointed as such in the Something for all.

: their sphere they can do a' great deal, mill and another on Nassau of William M. Tunno et al.
a case / vs. Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in
but, after all, our future is in our suffrage, did a week and unwise river. ,Both these mills were the Florida Railway Company and Standard Gold and other Watches'ValuableBooks

thing, and there are other points under his immediate supervision, although tho Best
own hands. It is our own capital, others, be confirmed in this cause, Family Sewing Machine
and which are objectionable. Why, then, a distance of eighteen miles and that the said S. A. Swann, as known to the trade, and unequaled list
i our own enterprise, our own energy separated the two. The lumber business of objects of real utility and instruction.
do we propose to support its ratifica- such receiver, be and is hereby fur-
that is to be looked to for -
success occupied his time for several
* tion ? Because still ther authorized and empowered as Rates, by Mail, Postpaid:
we are
opposed -
in building our city. Nature years, until the project of a railroad
up such receiver to take and
any per (without Sunday) $6 00
has done much for us. We have the to the existing _Constitution ; between Fernandina and Cedar Key and all such steps as may be necessary DAILY, per Month(without Sunday) 50

.Mi best seaport the best harbor and the because we do not ,believe that the attracted his attention. General Fin- to secure the lands due to the SUNDAY, per Year I 100
i' i
: will better Conven- egan & Co. built and equipped that said Florida and FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00
people ever get a Railway Company
best location for a city on the Atlan- road known for a number of WEEKLY, per Year I 100
years earned construction of the said
tion if We believe that the by'its
tic of Florida and as good. Address, THE SUX, New York
coast with a fair the Florida Railroad, but now oper- Citjr.
i line of railroad from Fernandina to
radical differences of which
,+ proportion of the amount appropriated opinion ated by the Florida Railway & Nav- Cedar Key, and to hold the said
t x forced a compromise for the proposed igation Company. He was engagedin -THECITY -,
by Congress to harbor improvements lands for the benefit of such partiesas
x revision would if another convention the railroad business until the
hereafter be decreed to be
q the entrance to our harbor may
. called be still with opening of the late war, when he was entitled to the otherwise to
were greater, a same, or
' can be made equal to that of New
commissioned as Captain of the Fer- MARTIs
1x chance of a much worse instrument dispose of the same in accordancewith
; York or any other commercial port. nandina V Volunteers, and immediately the order of this court, made or
For this improvement we should being offered., We, therefore, are entered the Confederate service in to be made. ',

willing to support the revised Con- that capacity: His reliability, apt- NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
strive with our whole united force
J. H. Durkee
and him distinction Major was appointed
stitution because believe ness sagacity soon won -
we we can -AND
; L4 and efforts. From the railroad and in 1861 he Master in Chancery for the Court in
accordingly, ,
company we have a right to expect now get no better. Under its pro- was commissioned Colonel of the all cases,except when specially other- 11DO'VNEY: I I18

advantages of freight rates visions there is an opportunity to Florida State troops. In 1862 he received wise provided. Major Durkee was

716 r and facilities for. transportation remedy its defects by discussion be- his commission as Brigadier- ordered, as such master in chancery, -

fore the and General of the Confederate to advertise and sell the property of
Legislature the people. Army LATE
,t equal to the best given to other
any Louis Hoefer and wife at the suit
and placed in command of the ,
will induce the PURCHASES IN NEW-YORK.
location, port or place. We have, Experience, we hope, District of Florida. It was while he of W. F. Porter, to satisfy a judgmentof Fernandina, Oct. 20, 188.3.

I moreover, a right to expect that the people to take the judicial offices out was serving in this capacity that he $1,236, with interest and cost. -- --- -- -------- --

of the range of politics. A better system It'OT'ifCd. or REMOVAL.R. .
t depots, warehouses, offices, wharves, fought the famous battle of Olustee,

etc., occupied by them shall be suit- of county administration, we in which he was victorious, and suc- Travelers Guide. G. McQUITTY

hope can be reached through legis- ceeded in forcing the Union troops to
able, convenient and reputable in TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.Day MERCHANT TAILOR
lative amendments and the revised retreat to Jacksonville. Passenger Train leaves ,
ry appearance, and this, we have, not In June, 1864, General Fineganwas For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and Has removed his business to the rooms over

doubt, they intend shall be the case. Constitution, we trust, will be a good ordered with his,brigade to join all points oh Transit Road........10.15 a.m. Meddaugh's grocery store, on Centre street.
Savannah and all points North He has received an assortment of seasonable

z K ;. All we have any right to ask of basis to work upon. General Lee'sstirlhiY! "Virginia. He and West................................10.15 a.rue goods for gentlemen's wear, and is prepared
t the Town There are many candid, firm men served with distinction in Lee's army, (connecting at Callahan.) to make them up to suit all tastes in the
Improvement Company, For Tallahassee Pensacola and all best style.
and short time before General Grant ,
whose only desire is to have a good a :
' or other owners of real estate, is that points on the Florida Central & JE35 Repairing neatly done.
system of State government who are captured Petersburg he was ordered Western Railroad..10.15 a.m. Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 184.
, they shall put their property in market ; back to command the Florida State (connecting at Baldwin.)

at reasonable prices and promote not politicians, and have no desireto troops, which command he resumed Day Passenger Train arrives-

the interests of the city and their own be. They will weigh the advan- only a short time prior to Lee's sur- From all points Cedar on Key the, Wildwood Transit Road., and.. 4.30 p.m $$500,000 A YEAR.

interests by inducing an increased tages and the objections to the pro- render to Grant at Appomattox. His From Savannah and all points in

posed revision and commission as Major-General had the North and West................ 4.30 p.m.
settlement of those whose and calmly dispas- STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN
means been made out and signed by Con- From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
sionately and decide in there all the Florida Central NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES
labor will contribute to the own points on
popula- federate President Davis, but wasnever & Western Railroad................. 4.30 p.m AND CANADA EXPRESS COMPANIES -
tion and of An minds whether to ratify or reject the delivered owing to the fact
prosperity our city. Night Passenger Train leaves- TROY, N. Y.
rta unrestricted, open offer to sell the Constitution. If it is rejected it will that the war terminated ad interim. For Wildwood......................... 5.30p.m. The strength of Rome lay not in her mul-

I, unoccupied real estate in Fernandina be many years before any material "After the close of the war the Gen- For and Savannah West.....and......all.....points.........North........ 5.30 p.m. titude, nor in her grain-laden fleets. These
eral returned, to his home at Fernan were elements of strength, but her nenrfailing -
change will,or can,be made in the existing (connecting at Callahan.)
would at believe start in the self control and
once lay
we a dina. and devoted his time and energy resource
I Im
Night Passenger Train arrives
of Roman soldiers. Disciplineit -
Constitution. This considera- discipline :
4 new era of prosperity here, if we all to the. recovery of his property, From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and the very soul to all the wonderful meaning -
I k *act unitedly to encourage others and tion will induce many persons who which had been 'sold during the war all points oh the Transit Road... 8.36 a. m. possessed by the word veteran." Mr.
From Savannah and all points in Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in the express -
give a good example ourselves of our do not approve of much of the work under the provisions, of, the Direct, the North and West................. 8.36 a.m. business. "Thirty-three years." he
faith in the future of beautiful of the Convention nevertheless to vote Tax act. In the fall of 1869 he removed From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and said to your reporter "I've stood at this
; our to Savannah, Ga.,'where he all points on Florida Central & desk." It is the discipline of years of expe-
'"' city by the sea.RATIFICATION. for its' ratification. The rejection shm- again entered business circlesthistime Western Railroad..................... 8.36a.m. rience which gives him the position he holdsin
i. ply'leaves where withouta the trust and esteem of these three great
J as a cotton factor and commission Train leaves "1Ve have a business: of
OR REJECTION daily, except Sunday- corporations. :
y single objectionable feature of the merchant-in which he remained For Jacksonville........................ 7.00 a. m. $500,000 a year, and I've been absent from
,; : The question of the ratification of Constitution remedied, and with no until 1876,when he removedto For Jacksonville ........................ 3.35 p.m. this office hardly a month in all that time
Train arrives daily, except Sunday although I must confess that many times
. the revised Constitution is perplexing power of remedy, except by piece- Rutledge, Orange county, Fla., From Jacksonville....................110.8 a. m. I've worked here'when' suffering great pain,

14 many conscientious and worthy meal, by long and,tedious legislative where he lived continuously ,until From Jacksonville....................... 7.02p.m. for I've been troubled all my life with biliousness
his death. Sunday only- and dyspepsia. My system had be-
citizens. In the first discussion which concurrence of action, and popularvote "His first died he From Jacksonville ....................10.15 a. m. come so reduced and weak that I had no
took place in the public prints if it wife having From Jacksonville..................... 7.50 p.m. appetite and my digestion wholly disorder
'r many ever reaches the people. married the relict of Attorney-Gen- For Jacksonville ........................ 6.50 a.m. ed. I've tried various remedies, but almost
objections 'were 'raised which we eralAlexander, of Knoxville, Tenn.,' For Jacksonville ........................ 4.30 p.m. two years ago I happened to hit upon Dr.

deemed weak and puerile. In the further SENATOR STANFORD, of California, in 1872. Mrs. Finegan, with her MALLORY LINE. Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY.I to After feel
only bottle
using one or so began
; progress of the discussion a much has given orders to deed in trust his daughter (Mrs.M. B. Given),survives. For Saturday:New York evening.direct, every Wednesdayand stronger in every way. The great difficulty

I three immense him." has been with my digestion, but this seem
ranches known From New York direct Tuesdayand
more exhaustive and searching criticism as every to regulate it perfectly. I have. sir. great
Friday eyeing, at 3.00
ma Gridley and Palo Alto for the p.m. Dr. FAVORITE REMEDY. I
have deal
bought andgiven a great
it; in a forcible manner many very decided endowment'' of'a university and the United States Court, now For Jacksonville and Palatka, by City of the poor around here; those, you know
schools about, to be erected at Palo Palatka or City Monticello,every Mondayand who have no money to buy medicine of:any
objections to various portions Alto. The 'three ranches comprise convened,atJacks6nvilie, the following Thursday. From Charleston same days. kind, for there are a great many troubled!
of the work of the revisers. As we and orders-were'made by Judge Par- For Charleston and Savannah, by same with bilious diseases: and suffer on withoutaid.
v 85,000 acres, together representa steamers, 'every Sunday and Wednesday. I always keep FAVORITE REMEDYin :
took occasion to say several months value of $3,500,000. It is Senator dee on Wednesday : From Paiatka and Jacksonville same days. the house .'I consider it the best medicine -

since, the revision is, on its face and Stanford's intention to make this Bella Johnson, W.: Corcoran, ct al., ST. MARYS RIVER. for the blood in the market. Well!, I
Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-'. must attend to the matter for the western
:in many of its leading provisions, a institution the best in this, countryor vs. The Atlantic, Gulf& West India: For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I

work of between Europe, and the ablest professors Transit Railroad Company. : and Friday.................'...... 3.00 p.m. am coming down toRondont to see him m
: compromise two
from both home and abroad,will be This cause coming'on; to be heardon For St. Marys and Dungeness, onWednesday August. I want to know him." I left the
: m' ..very different sets of opinions. There secured. and Saturday......... 2.00 p.m. veteran, still at his post, rejoicing in health
motion, of the complainant for a For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, and grateful to Dr. Kenneth

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I!.S Nzra 1v1cJE3: ::BIQ'WE :: o CASHMERES,

I Plaids, Prints, Ginghams, etc.,

I Blankets, Quilts, Comfortables,


= VEB.'Y i.c'a/-AT-VT PB.Z'CES



Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Nuns Veiling DESIRABLE FABRIC. FINE CLOTHING, A SPECIALTY.


THIS POWDER of purity strength and whole- Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions,

someness. More economical than the ordinary !- ii ll -=
kinds, and cannot, be sold in competition iJr -.. i u [1jh
with the multitude of low-test, short-

weight;2 ROYAL alum only or BAKING phosphate in cans. POWDER powders.Sold CO., !; (m(I AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. \\1 \\I l.1 l., Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. e

York. \\1 : : : : ;:
48 106 Wall Street, New =
,.. ten dollars and over sent FREIGHT PREPAID.

:B AB.G AIN" STORE.: 1 cr. de (IlNortheast : .IIi
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corner Centre and Third Sts. 7'11 I
SHADES, WALL PAPER, etc., our stock is complete. ,

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


CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT (up stairs) embraces a line of
Goods that cannot be excelled in the State-from the cheapest Cottonade, RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.

to as fine a line of Diagonals as is manufactured.In .
-AGENT FOE- up : : ..: :: l. SEFI.Vr: : : :CE1.

bargains, to make room for our Fall stock. MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !

SILVE'S HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTIES, JBSf Orders by mail promptly attended to. qSE


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1:Agent; for Hand-Grciiades and I
other Fire Extinguishers. TWENTY PER .". *: i" CENTRE STREET, FERNANDINA, FLA, .
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COMMISSION MERCHANT, ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++-++++-+++++ +-++++-++-++-+ 4I 4;
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Manufacturer of Southern Pine )Lumber, \1 DRY GOODS EMPORIUM( }I.t I. Proposed Sailings for October and November, 1885. !I'.,';

Steamers leave Pier 20, E.R., at 3 p.m. Steamers, leave Fernandina, p.m. :
+-+++++++++++++.t-++-I-++++++ +-++++++-++++++-++++++++++++-+ State of October 27. October 31. :
For Domestic or Export Trade, Texas..Tuesday, Saturday,
Caroridelet......................Friday, October 30. Wednesday, Novem. 4.
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. NEW WINTER GOODS. City of San Antonio.....Tuesday, November 3. Saturday, November 7. I

W. K. BAIJKNIGfl'lAGENT State of Texas.................Friday, November 6. Wednesday, Novem. 11.

\ Carondelet........................Tuesday, November 10. Saturday, November 14.
I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof 'City of San Antonio.......Friday, November 13. Wednesday, Novem. 18.
WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting of Colored -
State of Texas..Tuesday, November 17. Saturday, November 21. I.Carondelet. i I.
AND STOCK DEALER, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres Blankets
BUTCHER ANDDcader ; are among ......................Friday, November 20. Wednesday, Novem. 25. I
my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety;
in Ice This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandiua and New i
BROOM STREET WHARF, The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED ;
R. S. SCHUYLERAROHITEOT, Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. ;
Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in-short everything to JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT I
_- be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the :
attention is directed to and
my large varied assortment ofMBOYS' 'for LAKE WEIR. :

with Plans, Details, Specifications I
and Superintendence. MEN CLOTHING freight,passage rates, and schedules or further information, apply to i

R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, ,

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER which cannot be beaten in the city and which I am selling'at' Pier 20 East River,New York. 51-
astonishingly low prices., Suits equal to custom-made at one-
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Alachua Street between Second and Third, half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear and
An Ordinance, Notice of Final Proof.
Furnishing Goods of every description.
FERNANDINA FLA. Amending an Ordinance granting the LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE FLA.,}

Orders and estimates from a distance carefully HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES right of way to the Florida Jniprove- September 5, 1885.
is that the follow-
hereby given
attended to. 25tfB Co. 20 1885. NOTICE
ment ., approved May settler has filed notice of his
HAVING 'BEEN- BROUGHT TO THE intention to make final proof in support of
ILL-HEADS, NOTE-HEADS LETterHeads for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes at low prices. In Domestic IT notice of Council that an error was made his claim, and that said,proof will he made
Cards, etc., neatly ,printed- Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and I will not be by the petitioner asking for the right of way before J. A. Edwarks Clerk, at Fernandina,
L'1 the MIRROR office. undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. to the above named Company,and the peti- Florida on Wednesday,Nov. 11, 1885 viz:
tioner representing that the Fernandina & ELIHU HODGES. Hilliard. Fla., Home-
Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEFURNISHING Amelia Beach Railway Company are the stead No. 8052 for the S i of NW i and N i
Notice or Incorporation. party to whom the right of way should be of SW i of Section 28, T.3 N, R 24 E.
GOODScomprising given; therefore, He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence and cultivation -
T lIE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE It is hereby ordained by the City Councilof upon
of,said land viz
notice of the formation of the City of Fernandina. that the above :
THE everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea named ordinance be amended by substittit- William Wingate, of Callahan, Fla.;
EAST GEORGIA&FLORIDA RAILROAD call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at ing the Fernandina&Amelia Beach Joseph Mcintosh of Callahan, Fla.;
COMPANY, Railway Company" for the words "Florida Henry Davis, of Hilliard, Fla.: ,
," wherever said Geo. W. Hodges of Hilliard,Fla.
for the purpose of constructing, maintain- Improvement Company
ing and words in said ordinance. L. A. BARNES, Register,
operating a railroad for public use appear

HI front the the conveyance St.,Mary's of River persons, at and or nearly property op- -+ PAUL FUNKE'S DRY G D EMUMJ! 'r- Passed September JAIESIcGIFFIN.D. 188.5. United States Land Office.

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 GEO. E. WOLFF, City Clerk. '
Money refunded and no questions asked If _:
Counties of Nassau and Duval, Florida, Approved. : JOHNSON'S CHILI and FEVER TONIC
W. T. DILL, CENTRE STREET, W. H. POPE, Mayor. fails to cnre any case of CHILL AND FEVER':or
H. S. MORSE, BILIOUS FEVER. A specific for Chill and Fever !

W.. E. KAY .... .:FE] Fi.. :ISTJI: : : .A.. RAILROAD PRINTING. HAS EVER and CVnts.preventive. For sale of Malarial by PEARCE troubles.& HOBBS I-rlceO, and : i
A. H. COX. ialtr at the MIRROR Steam
Fla Send
HOLT'S PHARMACY Jacksonville a
.. C. P. GOODYEAR. ',,,' .,.";.,;;gr.;:,,,.t Printing House. Send us a trial order.. Estimates for circulars to JOHNSON & CO., Sole Proprietors -j
Jacksonville, Fla.,September 17, 11) 5. < ;. .' sent application., Monticello, Fla. '.1;

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."" STRENGTH*FOIL: TO-DAY. \ :[another, I had a stout temper, and that he wa right.What I urned: away and spoke,not at all. At I ]my father was reaping grain. It come
-- liked not the way in which my pretty 'fc i l owed after? The days church c when I looked across to where j to me that might never see them more
1 is all that need
y Strength As there for never today will be a to-morrow we ,, animal had been treated."I went on in heir old swift way, as they ]he sat under the great window, I felt And Priscilla stood like a lily am one;,
, ._" ,.For to-morrow will prove but another today -' will take thy' small beast away will to the 'd of the world' ; the hawthorns 1 that ,mine eyes were sorrowful. So I the lilies, the wind blowing her pal e
-D; until ye answer," said;the sharp-voice bloBS med some 1 seven or eight 1 began ,to consider' whether it would hair about her slender white throat.
r With its measure of joy and sorrow. little maiden. {, times, anfl'aosti'! ': : rare,,and white did :not be better.for him and me to be no Then went I: back and kissed her.
ii S : Then why forecast the trials of life '* And if ye do,Josephine,'I will tell they' show :>v the-- ch.urchYaidgate,' "longer lovers, and better for him to What followed after did always seemas
# ? With such sad and grave persistence, my mother," spoke the boy' ;. where- where,in th'< deep grass Roger,Stoughton woo some lady, and just here uprose though it had not befallen me, Persia -
'r And That wait as yet and have watch no for existence a crowd?of ills upon a pale lady, who was walking and I si>od together. It was not his cousin Josephine to'my mind, andI Carew, but some other more gracious
't_ without under the poplar trees, hear- the words hI said to me that made me rebelled against her-some young body;' when I did think of it, it
Strength for to-day; what a precious boon ing her name spoken, looked over the so marveloisly happy, but the' tender dame who was used to trailing aboutin doth seem like some sad and beautiful
'. For For the earnest willing souls hands who that labor ministerTo hedge and began questioning us.. When softness in Iris voice, and the look in. silken gowns, with hands, hangingidle dream.I .
the needy friend of our neighbor. she had found out all she scolded me his clear beautiful eyes. Then, also, beside her. I thought of this tillI hurried along through the tall
somewhat for climbing through her he held my and lingeringly, as though could think no more ; then I went grass,- hat reached to my knees, and
Strength for to-day that the weary hearts but when she knew I was loth to let i Keep the blossom for hawthorn blossom and little disused
slope by
In the battle for right may quail not; tidy hedge, if t go. seeking my up a a path to
Atid the eyes bedimmed by bitter tears Persis Crew, ,whose father tilled the for me, Mistress Persis. So we parted.As kissed it once, and again and again, the vicar rose garden. Never had I
w f In their search for light may fail not dozen fields back of the vicarage gardens I went! along through Sudburytown and put my cheek down upon it,' as been there since the pale lady filled my
and remembered mother had heart beat with awful it the face of little child. hands well
Strength for'to-day on the down hill track my my an though weae, a with roses, yet rememberedI
For the travelers near the valley; brewed her most excellent cordial fora happiness. iWas it for this, my sprayof My mother's kinfolks departed, and each step of the way. All the doorsof
That up, far up on the,other side bad cough that had plagued her the whiteness!that thou hadst come into June and the lilies came instead. The the great house were.open. Not a
wt Ere long they may safely rally. last winter, she was more gracious to the world? 'I could have gone downon grass out in the lanes grew so tall that footstep but mine own could be heard,
4 Strengthfor today, that our precious youth me. my knee' and kissed the roots of when folk went through it they were and it made such a ghostly noise on
cIt Mav happily shun temptation ; I 1 *c And where\ did ye get black eyes?" the bush tlat bore it. As it was, I hidden to their knees; and with the the stone stairs and adown the empty
{ r And build from the rise to the set of the sun asked held it closelto" and afterward and the lilies rumorto I felt
On a strong and sure foundation. she me. my lips, tall grass came a halls that all alone in a wide,
From my father; madam." Then slipped it.iro the bosom of my gown, Sudbury town-the news of Roger hollow world.Presently .
d Strength for to-day, in house and home they all laughed at me. I so that it would be near my heart'sbeating. Stoughton's marriage. I came to a door that
; To To scatter practice kind forbearance words and sweetly loving deeds; "Thou shalt have a rose for thy n. I }vas out after some small To that slender, half-English cousin stood half open ; I entered, and found
's Still trusting in God completely. pretty speech," said the vicar's lady. wares for mj- mother, and because she of his," said my mother, who wasthe him whom I sought. He looked at me
d.w Y r "Oh, please, a white one, madam, was over par-'icnlar, and the shops first to hear of it. I wish good and spoke as though we were both lit-
: Strength for to-day is all that we need, tor my cousin Priscilla." rather illy! stocked, it took me some luck to that fine lad, Roger Stoughton. tle children once more, and had never
As there will be to-morrow
,: For to-morrow never will prove a but another; to- '4 And none, then, for thy mother?" time to get li.'ed.;: The dusk began 'o ." known our older cares and troubles.
.t day "She cleans house," I made answer, settle in the narrow streets, and the But my father, making a great noise "Thou hast been a long time away,
With its_measure_ ,_of__joy_ and__sorrow.__ and cares nothing for roses ;" and at roofs grew fery j golden. Coming back with his boots in the corner, and, me- Persis," and he stretched out his hands
t-:1S.4,4' A HAWTHORN u -BLOSSOM. this they laughed again.: by the old way, the wind being up and thought, watching me through the out to me. Afterward his wits wan-
, But when she had given me the rose, stirring the* hawthorn bushes a little, noise, answered her: dered ; he was back in his tree-climb-
r I went up to my chamber the middleof and many another beside, till my hands made them look in the darkling ]light "There be as fine lads as Roger ing days, and he looked from out the
this afternoon to look over my store were full to overflowing I ran as fast like fair \white, ghosts come out to Stoughton, and as faithful." I top of the poplars and espied me be-
rt 1 of linen, and as I rummaged about in home as my stout little legs could car- haunt me; Now I knew not, nor will I ever low in my father's meadows; or he
M ; my chest of drawers, and had much ry me. It was sweet God's weather. know, whether my father had knowl- searched for me up and down, and
d trouble i in setting them in order I have seen thy Saints' Rest,' I At the tarn of the lane that led into edge' of my love for Roger Stoughtonor there .I was on the hay-rick, shouting.

{+ o i came upon.an old hrivelefl book lying 'told Priscilla, and gave her all of'them. our meadows I met Mistress Josephine. not; however, at times after' was.,he Always was it I with him. and never
by itself in a corner. I took it up aha Stoughton. very tender to'me. / Josephine. '
r out dropped a withered hawthorn blos- It was not long after this that our She stood still before me. We all went to the wedding. Thoughmy In the mid of the afternoon he fell
som. Then lo, out of my life there vicar's lady died, oy reason of the b?.d -Hast" thou 'set,..thy heart upon heart broke,should Sudbury knowit asleep.Stonestill.
dropped as well a sweet old story, and cough which neither my mother's cor- Roger Stoughton ? It were better for 1 There were already some thistle- I sat and watched him.
''' I did read it again. dial nor that of the London doc-'or could thee ,to study thy Tenth Command- downs of gossip floating with my fair There were many bees in the sunshine
;. t From my chamber there I could see remedy. There, one Sunday morning, ment." name about the air. Though the winds and oft flew, making sweet music
the long green meadows sloping downto ,as I came to church between my pa- I said not the edge of the great bay, and the I ren's, I solemn-looking little Roger stone. When I looked I could not see and the floods poured their great wa- they ceased coming I knew that a soft
', mowers working therein, and the sun standing all alone by the dark church her. Then I ran in the dusk to the I ters, yet I would not have kept away dusk was settling over the Sudbury
shining yellow. A most sweet smell door, and I felt such sorrow for him foot of the lane, and espied the flutter from Sudbury steeples. meadows, and the tops of the trees
r .. of hay was in the air, and a warm that I broke away from my mother's: of her gown behind the bushes. Breathless :My gown was gay with broideries were turning yellow.
wind, with a breath of salt in its mouth, hand and crept up to speak to him. I overtook her. brought down from London ; I wore Persis," he called me.
was stirring very pleasantly. But my "Thy mother is in heave,for there That was a rude speech of thine, an ancient pearl necklace about my I knelt down by his side, and pillowed
eyes saw beyond the waters of the great do all the good people go." :Mistress Josephine. I would ]like theeto throat. Did I laugh? :My jests were his heart upon my heart. He
r bay, and across the greater waters to I woul .rat er she were here withme explain it 1 1" I had my father's remembered for many days afterward.Did kept smiling up at me, and his eyes
the eastward, and presently they espied ," said little Roger; and if he had eyes, and they were brave ones ; I I talk? Yes, or else I should have were very clear and beautiful. ThenI
:a1 the roofs of my English Sudbury town, been a girl he would have wept, but mind ';.hat she quailed a little. turned mad. In truth, all women be knew, too, that death stood in the
where the hawthorn bushes were blowing I being a boy only his lip quivered. It is no right of thine to ask mequest'ions. liars. But in the nighttime, when no doorway. A great, solemn happinessI I
, ,. ..r : fair and white along the lanes, and From this we were fast friends. Never ." sound was in the house, and the one came over me ; my love was nearer to
'6 4t: \: the swallows were whirring around the a day passed that his bright face So I blazed : "Nor is it thine to star I had loved since a little child me than he had even been before.
-- S church towers. and dirty boots were not found in our make such speeches, Mistress Jose flamed like a tall, yellow candle out of Still smiling faintly, with his head on
I stood in the deep grass by the spotless kitchen. A sore trial were ,phine. I know well that I do not. the black poplar tops, I made fast the my heart, his life went out with the
' ';I churchyard gate, and Roger Stoughton' these dirty bootsto my mother, for she covet." door of my chamber and hid my face sun setting. Thus they found us together -
.' stood beside me, and pulled one of the liked not the Sudbury earth on her With all my quick wit and temper in my hands. Then my lying came to and thought I, too, was dead."
rI fair blossoms to put into my hands. clean floors; but after she had in- I was at times o? dull comprehension.What an end ; then my strength failed me. It was in mine own chamber, how-
Take it, :Mistress Persis," he said st-ucted one of the maids'o folio h m my lady meant by her uncivil He was not mine, but hers ; what right ever, with my mother weeping over
'1 softly, and keep it for me." around and wipe up the tracks he had sayings was mo"e than I could make bad I to think longer of him? If he me, that I waked to my senses.
Now, I loved Roger Stoughton, and made, she took kindlier to them. :My out in my mind. Curiously, too, as I had loved her more than me, was it Fair Lord, what changes there were
w' he loved me as well. Oft of Sunday father, as it had not pleased God to walked homeward, and the fire in me not a man's part' toward her? What in our house The fever had come
mornings in church, when my thoughts give him a son, made much of Roger.He burned down, somewhat, I began wondering had I to tell that he loved me? Nota and smitten.down our Lily ; Prisc'lla;
should have been on my prayer-book, had the christening of all the baby at the strange prettiness of her single word, only looks and tones, was gone away ; I would never see her
S; or else with his father, our vicar, when animals in our barnyard ; while at har- face, that had struck me suddenly. and the feeling of my poor, foolish more. Though they told me of this
lie stood up in his carved pulpit to vest time his yellow head was as familiar l- :More tbaa ought else did jt make me heart. These questions I asked my- while I was yet too weak to do more
speak to us of heaven, did they wander a sight ia our fields as the huge think of a b ;.iar: rose, which is a delicate !- self, and after awhile my stout will than walk so tly from one place to another -
;;;' 44 to the pew where Roger sat under brown tankard of beer that my mother? flower, yet a sot w-ldoess: as and my pride came back to me, and and though I had many days to
the light of the great window,as though sent out to the reapers; and \vhe--e one though the wind loved ;it. Her hair there in the dark I fought my battle.I use myself to the knowledge, yet wouldit
there were my sweetest heaven; and of us went, there trotted the other af- and eyes were brown, her; skill of the was not a religious maiden like my not stay with me. Ever as I went
of week-days, there was not an hour ter. I remember once that we kissed same color. She' came by them as she cousin Priscilla, and trouble was new up and down he Sudbury lanes,did I
,;; that I thought not upon him. each other in the shadow of the all had come by her name-from: her to me and hard to understand. I had hear her following after, but when I
:r. < I mind right well the first time that bushes by the merry meadow-brook ; French mouhe'I doubt not it was this only these two to help me. Once, turned and looked, lo, only the empty
I saw him. One summer day-ah, and another time, when I raised a great mother also who had left her 'he girt across the dark and the silence, I heard grass behind me Also, at dusk, the
?*. sweet Lord, how long ago it doth commotion in the house by reason: of of dressing cleverly, and tastes for scar- the nightingale singing. There were air seemed full of a dim music, and
., seem !-my little merry kitten led mea not being allowed to go out through a let and yellow ribbons; and, mo"eove"', many of them abroad by night in Sud- when I lis ened, naught could I hear
ti. t hot chase over the green fields and pouring rain and paddle in our duck a high bat dain'.'y way of carrying her bury woods, and I thought in my mis- but the old hymns she loved so well,
through the tall hedge that encircled pond, d'd: he coa our maids to fill the head. Ever and anon, too, sinking ery that they mocked at me. I stuffed and her tender voice singing. It was
r the vicarage gardens. I had never been washing coppers with water, so that in in-o: my thoughts, would cone those fierce fingers into my ears, yet heard more than I could bear. The quiet
t there before, and though half afraid oft somewise I could, have my heart's de- words she had said,and they smoAe me them still singing ; or, as in the old time of the year was upon us, when
being found in a forbidden palace, yet si;-e. like a cold hand in the darl. Yet, by days of childhood, I broke into a greatfit the weather has a touch of frost in it,
it was so rare round about that I must Sometimes his dainty cousin, Jose- the time I reached our own yard gate, of weeping. When I had wept tillI and the leaves lie like scarlet coals in
':-'" needs feast mine eyes with the delight phine, came with him. She would and saw the gables of our house deep was weakand felt as if I should nev- the windy meadows.The .
J of it. Truly, it was like the words in never come any farther than the treesat black against tne tawny west, was my er weep more, the nightingales were Carews were not still folk, and
some book that my cousin Priscilla the foot of our sa"den'for fear of the happiness come to me aga',n. I lingered silent, and in the dim light the cocks grief went hard with us. The quiet
4t t u read to us in the dusk of the afternoons wa h; I ; a book that set forth the gladsomeness then would my mother go out and coax last look about me'; for dearly did I was some two or three years after- So it happened that, beating my wits
Hl3J of heaven, the running waters her. Now we were not of the same love the sighs and sounds? of nature, ward that a low fever broke out in ,out for some thought to give me com-
.>..'1,*. n the trees aTbloasom, the yellow blood, and were ever q1a reing.] Onetime and thesnail sweet Doses in the Sudbury town. fort, there entered 'my mind suddenly
;1t.:4: sunshine falling. There were roses she spoke, with a'/u"n'of her nose, press, and the solemn yellow of the "God's will," the people said ; but one so good that'I straightway set forthto
right and left, and 'roses overhead; of my kinsmaid, Priscilla: sky, and the smell of the upturned my father asked them if it were God tell my father.
r and low at my feet some most white "She, is a hypocrite all the Puri earth ia my father's fields were precious who had made their drinking water Father, let us pack up our: goods
it R and delicate oi1f s. Child as I was,these tans ,be." to me. PrisciUa sat within, her foul, or kept their lands from drain- and get away with them to the New
last did make me think of my dear. Then I said not a word, but boxed kui!ting in her lap, but her hands idle, ing. So they called him blasphemous.Then World. It is weary living in Sud-
Puritan Priscilla. This was how she her ears most soundly. singing one of the beloved hymns of there came word that Roger bury."
4> looked with her calm face, and ,her. When my mother heard of it she good Richard Ba t.er. Pr:scilla's voice Stoughton was stricken down with Aye, Persis, that be true, and the
i ..' pale hair shining. carried me away to my father in ,the was sweet and low, and she sang very fever, and moreover, that the maids harvests have failed sadly," said my
Presently, however, I heard my kitten hope that he would sirai"'bf-way' send tenderly. ,Though it be long, long had all fled in their fright from the father, and nothing more, though he
.r crying and went seeking it. me to beg Mistress Josephine's pardon. ago, Yet do I well remember some of vicarage. thought upon it deeply.We .
There is thy beast 1 I" cried a sharp I But my father grew red in the'face the words she was singing: The vicar and :Mistress Josephine, made,a great supper and bade
little voice ; and thrown by an unseen I and chuckled softly, and presently "CifJfct leads me fjroufh no darker rooms with_ her little son, were gone on a our kinfolk to it. 'When we had all
t hand, my poor animal fell scratchingand went off into a mighty roar of laughter Than He went tb rough before: journey to the south, by reason of the druak and eaten, my father unrolled a
And he God's kingdom
tat in comes
mewing into my face. so that PrisciUa and the maids Must enter by rills door." old,man being but ailing and feeble. great chart ,and went with his finger
Neveri mind her," said another. crept to the doors to see what could be The rest I have forgotten. None was the.-e to care for him but an over the different places marked there-
's: voice; "she likes nought but teasing. the matter. About this time my mother fell sick, ancient nurse, who could scarce see to
How came ye here?" "Yet should our Persis be respectful aad PrisciUa and I were kept sorely cross a floor.A on.It was very. solemn to us all. I
,.* t I looked around in sore bewilderment -' to her betters," said my mother. busy; moreover, some of herKlnsfolk, sharp sword ran through my heart:; doubt not we felt as did the Jewish
'' 1 hearing speech, but seeing nc "The Carews be older than the hearing of her illness,came visi iny'us; at this news. I made a resolve to go folk when making ready 'to settle in
: one; but directly a hidden gate in I Stoughtons," was the speech my father. and what, wi'h the nursing, the bak-ng; to him. I said not a word to my moth the land of Canaan. We xaiked of
z front of me opened, and two children loved the best.U It is we who be bet. and staying indoors for conversation; er,but went and sought Priscilla. She Boston Colony, where some of our Pu-
,..sprang, through and faced me laugh- ters. 'we had scarce ,breathing space. Then was out in our garden, among the fa nand r ritan neighbors had already jour-
?pg.; So my mother-Then should we it happened that it was not many daysere white lilies, and there I told her. neved.
How.did ye get here?" asked the take the lead in manners?" again I saw Roger Stoughtonthen; ", God bless thee," said Priscilla.I r'I like not the Puritans," said my
Y E boy again. 0I. "Aye, answered my father, "but t; I knew he was changed,and grieved turned when I reached the gale father; they be not all Priscillas.
I. But I made no answer. For one she is a sour little dame and did well me. He spoke but little to me, and and looked back at the old house, and Still following his finger, we went
.rdh t't ",thing, I was much abashed' ,and for. deserve it," and L think to this day very coldly; once as I went by he half f the dark street, and the fields where: down, down! till it stopped at the col-


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Ony of :Maryland, near the older one of speech I made hath, been ringing this 'IT STANDS17; THE HEAD, l '._::;,
Virginia, which last was called for our long while in mine ears. Mayhap thou FAMiYGROCERIES I' '. ,:; 'fr
Elizabeth. hast it. Now I loved .,,,,"
forgotten .
ancient Queen ) my ?
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"Well," said my father, as thoughhe cousin, and I knew right well that he u! .. The( Light-Running. ,'r ".

asked us questions, and my moth- loved not me, but thee, and so was ,.tOf

er's brothers, who were.all young men jealous of ye both. Thou didst makea .

and will pledged we abide.to" go, answered : *' There hot into answer something,and straightway malicious and I twistedit car- $ WHITHER & SCHUYLER ? :r "D I\iESTlcT"r'\ 4

Weary months was it before we de- j ried it to him. Thus it'happened that ..-..........-......-......-....-....-.......-....-' ---.:

arted. Once more the lilies stood up he turned against thee and married

Jn our fair, green garden,and my heart me''instead. Yet, Mistress Carew, did I" This cut shows the new style of wood work
broke,because that each time I lookedI God give me my punishment. In his Have openai'at the,new and elegantly fitted Store, I that the company is now introducing.-

saw my Priscilla standing amongstthem. heart my husband loved thee to the

The tears also came into mine end. It was meet that that thou wert .1 1

but only when this happened, with him when he died. Forgive me.
eyes; INTO. 47 OESINT'i'JrtES: SIJWa.EmIJW: : : :
thou' realest this she ,
ny father's voice reached me from the Remember, when .

doorway: To-morrow, we will start, is dead. I


Last of all I went to my two gravesin There were already gray hairs on : A full line,a Goods. carefully selected. for family use: '

Sudbury churchyard. I knelt downin ray head ; the middle-aged are slow to t : I 1- 1pi

the deep grass and said: Farewell, weep, so I sat sill in my chamber and i ,

farewell Priscilla." The bees thought it over a little. Then Prose _
Roger; ,
were humming all about me, and the up and said with a clear voice,." I for-

crickets making their sad old music. give thee, Josephine Stoughton." I FINE G UftOCDE IE ANTI G COFFEE 111 ,

Yet is love's voice louder han beesor knew not whether she heard me, but ,

crickets, and to say this,and to feelas am sure a most loving God did, and p'

though they had some way answered, mayhap He had a way of telling her.,

was of much comfort to me. Woodworth Reese, in Courier- \ .

At the gate I stopped and looked Journal. .r, 1. Pure Spices, Canned Goods, '. 'rn-,' .

around me. Close beside rose my dear Y
hawthorn bush; I put out my hand LEMONS AND THEIR USES.As \ -z '

it Sweet a health-giving fruit, the lemon is
and touched very softly. \
There did I stand and bid greatly undervalued. Its frequent use, especially Artistically Beautiful.
Sudbury know that I would in the warm season, is preventive of & Without Peer.IN .
thee farewell, and Imported MBS and {Jams Dried Fruits Ms
never see thee morel! So blind was I the malaria, that comparatively new ,
now fashionable disease. The juice of two
with tears that the roofs, and the swal-
lows flying above them, seemed dim lemons taken in half a glass of water before IT HAS NO RIVAL !
each meal is a powerful remedy for rheuma-
and blurred; and the grasses at my tism, and it is also considered almost a spe- _. t The new lines of attachment that are
feet were like a green mist that ... now being placed with each "Domestic"are
cific for intermittent fever. The juice
stretched to the boughs of the trees, .'. specialties. No other machine has them
one lemon taken three times a day, in a cup 'i. These attachments and the new wood-work
and to the blue sky, where the '
on up of clear, strong coffee, will often cure chills t .* r make the Domestic" more than everwithout
clouds and blotted out ; t
were and fever, when the disease is stubborn and question
fair world to Afterward in
the me. ,
unyielding to all other remedies. Lemon
Sudbury lane, I heard a nigthingale juice is cooling and purifying to the blood, Toilet Soap and Perfumery, The Acknowledged Standard of

singing, and it broke my heart the and a valuable regulator for many of the Excellence.FOR .

more. Many weeks did it take our ailments peculiar to spring. For its good Best Brands Family Flour, -

good ship to carry us across the great medicinal effects it should be taken without SALEBY-

waters. So long it took, indeed, thatit sugar, but always somewhat diluted, as its .. Choice Butter and Cheese,
seemed like years instead of weeks, powerful acid has injurious effect upon the HENRY HOBEIN

when at last, in the mid of a clear afternoon coatings of the stomach and the teeth. We ,

we found ourselves at the know of a physician who used lemon juicein Hams, Bacon, Lard, etc. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

mouth of a mighty bay, that stretchedto a case of smallpox, the only liquid given, -
the north and westward. Sailing In hours
and no other remedies. thirty-six Agent wanted in unoccupied
onward with us all on deck, gazing the disease was under complete control, and Address, territory.

upon the shores of the new country, in one week was entirely cured. DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,'
we came to a cleared point of land jut- Hot lemonade, with flaxseed simmered in CIGARS AND TOBACCO.Fre RICHMOND, VA.MANCFACTUEER .

ting out into the water. Here was buta it for half an hour,then strained and sweetened .

rough pier of logs, and here stood a is excellent for a cold, but, as it pro- L

core of people to welcome us. This duces perspiration, it should be taken only :R. A.-D- 'rIL: : : r,

was our colony of :Maryland.I : upon retiring. The white of an egg beatento ..- .elivery. Fresh Supplies Weekly,. mar28 OF
must! say that at first, what with a stiff broth and whipped up with the

the new folk, and the strange climate, juice of a lemon, relieves hoarseness and Tiiijl Sheet-Iron WareAND

and the dreary days of winter comingon soreness of the chest at once, taken by the DEALER IN

the, we winter were very was heartsick.over, and But we when were teaspoonful The pulp of half a lemon hourly.bound on a corn for PARLOR R OrnC E &DQ d C00 X S T O VE S Sc Sitllnnnr

more acquainted with our neighborsand three successive nights is said to cure them, The Cabbage for the South ,

found them very kind to us; and and a few pearl shirt-buttons dissolved in

when my father and I, coming throughthe the juice of one lemon forms a thick and ,
ointment that will almost invariablycure Either for home use or for shipment to NOBTKKBX MABKXTS:
woods,pulled from under the dead creamy ,
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leaves some violets as purple as our them. "
English ones, but not sweet smelling, So we find the medicinal properties of the HENDERSON'S EARLY SUMMER. -.'"
lemon are many and varied; their value in
we grew to have a liking for our lot. +'k h '.R
As for the weather, that came in the culinary is also great. The rind, thinly This valuable variety, as well as a fall list of the most desirable
pared off, is an agreeable flavoring for cus-
end of
the how could
year; we ever
tards, creams and blanc mange. It should VEGETABLE SEEDS
forget it? The trees were scarlet and
be cooked in the milk and removed before ,
crimson and yellow. The bushes down I win be found described In our Manual of EvzRTnnxo!: FOB THE GABDmr,"which will be sent to any I
by the water's edge were as red as the other ingredients are added. The yellow address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage. *
rind only is fit for use-the white part is 1k
blood. I mind that as I passed them SEEDSMEN GROWERS @
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always bitter. The juice of a lemon addedto 1
by in the sun's setting they looked so Peter Henderson & C 35 A h
much as though they were alive thatI an apple pie, ,when the apples are not o. 37NEWdYORH.. I
tart, or when they become insipid in spring, Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.COOKLG .
stood with
still a childish thought
is a great improvement. The grated rind,
that if I listened I hear the
might an- also, imparts a pleasant flavor, other flavor- UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS,
gels behind them talking: together. ings being omitted. Used in cookery, we

Moreover, was the sky hazy, and the find this acid fruit makes many delicious -USE- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,
fame haze like a fairy smoke, hung desserts and relishes
pies, puddings, jellies, i
over all the land and the sea as well. pickles, candies, etc.J. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.

Now we be used to it, and call it our C. A. WOOLSEY'SJERSEY DRIVEN WELLS-A SPECIALTY f

Some ten years after my mother Blacksmith. Wood Workman.J. CITY 1 = ShE TIN AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.

vent to the grave. Then my father A. RYDER & CO., The most popular Wekl newspaper devoted inventions Wind :Mills for for Tin pumping Gutters water promptly or running filled.
failed to science,mechanics engineering discoveries -
somewhat, and the charge of affaIrs i -PRACTICAL- and patents ever published. Every number light machinery promptly erected on order.
fell largely on me. It was in the. -VTHITE t.EAI-: : publication illustrated famishes with splendid most valuable engravings.encyclopedia This Church. Factory and School Bells for sale .
busy time of harvest that one of our I BLACKSMITHS and WHEELRIGHTS of information which no person should be witbout.The at a bargain.
popularity of the Scnarrmo AMERICAN is Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
such that its circulation nearly equals that of all Jl2r"
came calling me : :Mistress CoRNER BROGUE AND SECOND STS.WE All delivered the various '
-ANDREADYMIXED- other papers of its class combined Price. t3-:!)a goods at trans-
Carew, there is a strange lad come year. Discount, to Clubs. Sold No. by all newsdealers.N.Y. portation stations within the city free of
MUNN"CO. Publishers. 36lBroadway.
calling for thee." ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO MnnnACo.havolso charge. All sales for cash.
and all work entrusted to our J.lENTS had Thirty-
Down the little I -
grassy slopes went, care promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work Eight years
wIth the fair wheat rustling all aboutme carefully DOne. at reasonable rates. WoodWork the Patent Office and practice have preparedmore before Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.

. and when I had come out of the in all of its branches, at living prices than One Hundred T o--
and at short notice.HorseShoeing. applications for patents in the In the Circuit: Court, '
wheat Sates and foreign countries.
field I looked and inthe
saw a ship JB-THEY ARE THE BEST."V Trade-Marks. Copy-rights.
harbor. Then I knew it was that a Specialty. Assignments and all other papers for
securing to inventors their rights in the COUNTY, FLORIDA.A. .
one we had long expected, but given JjiiJ'- Furniture repaired,repainted,stainedor United States.,Canada England..France,
varnished. Wire Safes made to order at Germany and other foreign countries, prepared -
up for lost. reasonable terms. B. NOYE9
at short notice and on 1
short notice.A : Information as to obtaining &tents cheerfully Claim $941, 'Bond 1882
HIs In my path stood a young stranger. share of the public patronage solicited. EA.LSOMINEpAll information given without sent free.charge.Patents Hand-books obtained of HENRY vs.HART. /Attachment.YOU .
eyes were like Roger Stoughton's, Respectfully, through Mnnn A Co. are noticed in the Scientific
J. A. RYDER & CO. free. The advantage of such notice is ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
: American
V7 clear and beautiful. 50 CENTS per Pack- well understood by all persona who-wish to dim writ of attachment has been issued

"Thou art Roger Stoughton's son," CURTIS, A CO., of Five Pounds.FOR pose AAMZsI of\a DP struts.& CO.. Office BCIS'iTffio; against you, and your property attached to
I said straightway age CAN, 361 Broadway New York. satisfy the demand of A. B. Noyes, amount-
"Yes ESTATE AGENTS, ing to$941.79. Now, unless you shall appear -
mistress, and I have come REAL ST. 'MARY'Si: GEORGIA before his Honor James M. Baker
Here to seek my fortune; and my SALE AT Judge of the,Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
mother Circuit, in and for Nassau the
County on
ere she died package Loans otiatedex.
me a Mortgages
gave procured, ne
first Monday in January, A. D. 1886, being
for thee, wherein is a letter andSOme changes effected. MARX HELD & CO. the fourth day of said month,judgment will
Mill Sites, Town :Lots from 25 feet to 4 R. L. ARNOW'S
news from Sudbury"At I be rendered against you, and your property
night I read acres, Lands and Plantations from-5 to 5,000 IMPORTERS AND.MANUFACTURERS,OFFLOWERS sold to. pay the debt.
"' my acres, for sale. H. J. BAKER,
DISTRESS PERSIS CAREW-I pray N. B.-"St. :Mary's having been selectedas No. 43 CENTRE STREET. Attorney for Plaintiff.

thee be good to my son for his father's the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal Fernandina, Fla., October 3d, 1885. 3ni
made for
sake. (under the survey Govern-
I pray thee pay heed to the ment by General Gillmore'charters for the A.NDFEATHERS
words that follow. They be those of a construction of which having been grantedby GORGE:: F. LE4 LS,Agezrfc.: Warranty and Mortgage Deeds.
dying the United States Government and the LINEN PAPER-75 GTS. PER DOZEN
one woman. Dost thou remember Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large GEO. W. SCHUYLER, sent upon receipt of 2-cen
sunset, many years ago, when I increase in the value of'adjacent lands may 600 & 602 Broadway, New York. stamp. AddressFLORIDA '
met thee in Sudbury lane? I said: be confidently looked for." (See New York ATTOBNET-AT-LAW. the Highest Market Price for all kindsof MIRROR. 'Tki
past Pay 26 Fernandina, Fla.FOR .
thou set thy heart Roger un,27-3-83.) Bird Skins Egret, White Crane, Heron-.
Rt upon Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's office
) Plumage etc. Ship Direct to New York. c
odghton ? It were better for thee to BOTCH" PRINTING DONE AT charges FINE JOB PRINTING. SEND
Can Express
only large quantities.
Tenth Commandment.' (This', No the MIRROR office. Get the best. FERNANDINA, FLA. must be use prepaid on sample packages. 36 orders to the MIRROR office..I .


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THE FL(} lJA .MIRROR.::" (NOVEMBER; 1885. f

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The County Commissioners.The Mrs. Grundy Says Pork Sausage
;1f t\J regular meeting of the 1 Board of,Commissioners .;' That. if the police' authorities have- any re- Fresh. every. week at

t i.if'J! was held at the County Clerk's gard for decencyor appearances; they! would : WHITXER &. SCHUYLER'S.

Jij; r" '1.00 A YEAR; $J.OO FOR, SIX .MONTHS office on Wednesday last, the following Com- have that abominable hen_ coop in front of Sudden Death of Mrs. C M. Beclewltlti. "

i fi't{JI::;'1 missioners being present: Charles W. Lewis, the fruit store- on- I'Centre i street removed; at Her Mountain Home. Shoes Shoes 1
1( Reflections. chairman, and Messrs..W. O. Jeffreys, Phi-' That a score of Antiquated boxes, and barrels SEWANEE. TENN., October 31.-The deathof Again arrived a new stock of Gent's, La
1" Mrs. C. )f. Beckwith'wife of Rev. ,C. M. dies', Misses' and Children's ShoesThe
:;1}' Rev. William F. Wood, of Key West, is neas Johnson, J.J; Upchurch and T.J. Hig- all along e arid other, should 'Beckwith, rector of St. Luke's Church are of the finest quality and neatly made Y

7 i on a visit to his old friends in this'city ginbotham. go with it. 1r'1 .I. '"*"i.o.....| i.,. Atlanta, Ga., which occurred yesterday If anyone can undersell me I want to know'

4i An application, too,,build a bridge at Mill, That she WPlll ] like\ to .see a nice"row,of evening very suddenly, at the mountain it, as I haven't, heard of H single instance no.
:Mr. W. A. Mahoney, the newlappointedt to date. W. J. Lofiu
residence of her father, Major Fairbanks, at : .\ .
creek, was referred to Mr. J. J. Upchurch,
other } Centre its
trees lining street
tlt -Collector Customs forthis in the orange or is
port, was t this place an event which casts gloom
with to with the Road
r city this week getting up his bond. authority co-operate entire length. I.; upon the community commensurate with Blankets and House FurnishingGoods

r Commissioners of District' No. 10, and to That the flockspf noisy geese are gettingto the influence she has secured by a life of at New York prices, at
The schooner Charles IT. Morse unloaded a for the deem unusual character and worth. As
contract bridge as they may be as great a iuisance. in the streets as daughterof PAUL FUKKE'S DRY GOODS E IPOp.nI.;
f;); : cargo of ice this week at the Centre street best for the interest of the county.A one of the oldest and most esteemed
f' ever the cows wei. friends of the University of the South the
for Mr. W. K. Bauk-
r al l refrigerator building communication from W. R. Crawford Dress Goods.
of life has been in
major portion her passed
That the
Republican headquarters
m: night. Greento the road lead- overPrescott's New fall Dress Goods, just received
and J. R. .keep open these surroundings. Her removal by death at
I, shoe sbre have been removedby
: it1 Mr. Thomas, the new Treasurer of theft ing from Conner's, on the St. Mary's river, -= touches to throbs of pain not only the.im- J. &t T. AYDD S.
order President Cleveland friends of the but the
; mediate
Florida Railway & Navigation Company, via Crawford, to the ford in Thomas' Swamp, family, lowly The Best Smokes
and Educated in Canada she
i ip That the"County Democracy" will occupy poor. returned -
g... ."..7;I ,t moved the Treasurer's office to Jacksonville was referred to the Road Commissioners ofDistric't the rooms for the',present. to be the bride of a cultured Christ Cbe had! at HOYT & Co's. The Times-

'1-i this week No. 9. ian gentleman. She left an infant son, two Union Cigar and Buck-Eye Smoking To-
That her portlyfriend; Howell, will prob-
weeks old.Major bacco. Sole
tt& t' .f Bids were received for keeping the draw-
The schooner Austin D. unloaded
Knight a ably take himself collectively to Baker : Fairbanks was dispatched for to
"" .lt! cargo of general merchandise for Fred W. bridge and for work on the county road county, his former home. Florida, where he had gone, believing his Cash Buyers

tfgm" lloyt & Co. at the Centre dock Thursday from Messrs. Rich, Brady and Johnson,and, daughter out of danger. His reply indi-
That the little onds of water all the
over Will find it to their interest
+- and Frfday.Mr. upon motion, the bid of Mr. Rich, for $45 cates his return to-morrow evening if no accident to bintJlrir"
: ,' island afford nite hiding places for wild prevents. The funeral services will Clothing. Dress Goods, Flannels White-

'1{.;t.'':' S. A. S wan returned Thursday evening per month, was accepted. The contract spe- duck, and.the sportsmen are happy. be conducted with fitting ceremonial in St. Goods, Woolens, Notions, Shawls, Hosiery*
cifies that, in addition to keeping the bridge, Domestics at '
) t i from New York. He reports the outlook That the freiglt 'business of the Florida Augustine Chapel, attended by very many
i Mr. Rich is to haul not less than 150 cart friends who fully realize impossibility of W. J. Lout.\N's.
!; };4 for Fernandina's future is brighter now loads of earth monthly and that his bill for Railway & Navigation Company is taxingthe ministering to such grief. The most sincere His prices are positively below those of
.i 1)....., ,1".f than it ever has been. such services shall be sworn to before pay- rolling stock o'{that road to its utmost. sympathy is felt and everywhere expressedfor competition.

7t )i Captain E. II. Tillson, of Provincetown, That she,, ,congratulates the handsome all the bereaved family, especially for
"! ment is made. The contract goes into effect the husband so unusually tried. Words do JIince heat
'tA; Mass., arrived in this city with his wife and November 9th. chief' "clerk" of the machinery departmentof not adequately express his loss. At WHITXER & SCHUYLER'S.

ts-. :;' >. :., ,'.1" daughter, Miss Mamie, Friday of last week, L. C. Braddock, a pauper, was allowed $4 the Florida Railway & Navigation Com- Mr. J. M. Pulliam arrived on the noon

f .. on a visit to his sister, Mrs. G. Stark. month.D. pany, who failed ,to be successful, along train with the magnificent casket and will Winter Clothing.
perform the last sad offices of embalmingand
f'fji Mr. W. R. Hillyer, of Washington, was )f. White was allowed $6 per month to with a certain "Dutch" friend of his in his placing in its last home the body of the Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at

tli''" in the city this week on his way to his orange aid in caring for the nine orphan childrenof political aspirations. Thegame is not worth beautiful young mother so unexpectedly PAUL FUXKE'S.Jerseys. .

!rl in Marion where he the powder. snatched from a life of usefulness and love.
;; ; grove county goes to J. M. White, who was killed by lightningnear

r! 'At superintend the shipping of his crop. Hart's Road some time ago. That the question, "Where do all the pinsgo We clip the above tribute of respect and .

.!ott, {:! :Mr. T. J. Higginbotham sold this week to The following accounts were ordered paid : to? has at last been answered. Women sympathy from the Nashville American. cents Great, at bargains in ladies'J.Jerseys& T. KYDD'S., at fifty
hearts in this city sorrowfully echo it.
r {) Mr. William Lawtey 3,000 pounds of short Building Bridges- swallow them. Many

t;";',... :"I, cotton from the upper part of the county. James O.BessentatThomas'Swamp.$ 35.00 That when a man wishes to call a puppyhe Mrs. Beckwith had especially endeared her- Building Material.

F..J.It '.r. Mr. Lawtey pronounced the GlennBowen, at Mill Swamp........... 47.00 whistles;,when a young lady wishes to self by her uniformly sweet and Christian Brick, Lime, Portland and Rosendale Cement
staple a very John C. Wilson at Plummer's:........ 34.00 Plaster. Nails
call one she winks. disposition to a large circle of friends, to Shingles, Sash, Doors
;' ..;r ;', superior article., Minus McCleary, hauling lumber..... 6.00 and Blinds: at
1 whom the unexpected news was a sad shock.
That she thinks she can mention one
y' ':wkr I't+ Mr. George :Mellon, manager of the Eg- Fall Term of Circuit CourtJ. FRED W. HOYT & Co's.
thing where distance does not lend enchant-
!rd\.. mont last winter, was a passenger from the A. Edwards, services as clerk...... $ 32.63J. .. ,
} ( ment to the view ; and that's-a circus. -: -..... ," :. Boys' Clothing.
.: :, ; North on the San Antonio .last night. We A. Ellerman, services as sheriff.... 92.30E.
;":.fiJ W. Nix, stationery...................... 9.20 That,most of the Fernandina youth will $1.50 up to $8.00 per
to learn that MARINE. suit.W.
;4 ry(,ti regret he has been in ill health Reuben Brooks, bailiff..................... 5.00J. have to be satisfied with the printed delineations J. LOHM,ty_

:.Jo""'" during the past summei.As Spencer, bailiff............................. 4.50 Port of Fernandina.HIGH .
the fences aided vivid -
% ',' t will be his Sam Cook, bailiff............................. 4.50 on by a imagination I Fruit Butters..
I.r..l ,.. I seen by advertisement elsewhere Louis Robinson, bailiff.................... 4.00 of Cole's great moral show. WATER. Various kinds
.' .i ;:t Mr. Funke will give a prize to any Saturday, Nov. 7............ 8:16A.M. &3-t P. M.
County Jail- Sunday, I. 8............ 8:57 9:13" WHITXER & SCHUYLER'S.
J$ one purchasing ten dollars' worth of goods Fred W. Hoyt & Co., lime.......'........ $ 2.50J. One Million Feet of Lumber Burned.On Monday, "" 9. .......... 9:37". 9:52: ..
1-"." J at his Dry Goods Mr. Funke Tuesday 10..10:17. 10:29"
: Emporium.
?(. "; 'f A. Ellerman, keeping jail for Octo- Sunday night last, at a late hour, the Wednesday, 11............1055 11:08" Dry Goods.
fo" r ': will do what he advertises. ber.............................................. 105.90 Thursday, ]2..11:31.. 11:55 Remember
the of & the out sale in
lumber in Bailey's
.. ., yard Hillyard closing Dry
1 Criminal ProsecutionsGeo. Friday, 13........... 0:00: 0:21":
\ ; Mrs. M. M. Hoyt returned from the North Goods etc., at
.", ." '. mill, at Hillyard Station, on the Savannah, ENTERED.
@ ?7 ,; Sunday last by the steamer Palatka W. Schuyler, services as magistrate PAUL FUXKE'S
; City of Florida & Western about three
............................................ $ 1.46G. Railway, Nov. Steamship State of Texas,Williams, from
accompanied T. Stewart, services as magistrate, 4.50 miles from King's Ferry, caught fire, and R.New W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers, to Clothing.

.f Hiram Davis, services as deputy before the flames could be subdued 1,000,000feet Nov. 3-Steamship Carondelei, John Risk, from Handsome line of fall Clothing, just received -

: merly resident of this city. sheriff: ......................................... 1.00 of ,lumber in the yard was consumed New York; freight and passengers, to at J. & T. KYDD'S.
R. W. Southwick, agent.
1. The steamship San Antonio arrived from Pauper Accounts- The people ,of the surrounding country Nov. Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,

''I,$. f.;' ... New York last night with a full Fred W. Hoyt & Co., supplies.......... $ 8.60 rushed to the scene of conflagration and from Charleston ; freight and passen- Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc. a quart, at
passenger to W. O. Jeffreys,
gers agent.
Fred W.Hoyt &Co., for Whittemore, 4.00 JACOB KLARER'S
:Jo list and of hard work the mill the firm Nov. Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel, from ,
",' good cargo merchandise. Her Fred W. Hoyt & Co.. for Robt. Sams, 4.00 by operated by Palatka; freight and passengers, to
it ..' passengers were forwarded by a special train Fred W.Hoyt&Co., for Geo. B.Wilds. 4.00J. was saved. There was no insurance on the W. O. Jeffreys, agent Currant Jelly.

i" to Jacksonville soon after reaching here. T. Higginbotham, for J. W. Kind- lumber, which was valued at $7,000. Oct. Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel, from At .
,1 ree............................................. 4.00 '-' Charleston; to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. WHITXER & SCHUYLER'S.For
'i The steamship State of Texas, of the :MalI Cato Smith..................................... 7.00 : 11 Steamship from City of Monticello and McKee,

;} I 'II Tory Line, which sailed for New York Sunday Mary Jane Cavado........................... 4.00 Notes froni. Callahan. to W.Platkfreight O. Jeffreys, 8. ent. passengers, Raffle.

1 i: ', night carried the following 730 Stafford Drummond.....................;.. 4.00 CALLAHAN. FLA., November 2. Nov. Schooner Charles H. Morse, Manson,Bal- My place on Pine Island,containing eight "f
c cargo: John Johnson................................ 4.00 timore: ice, to W. K. Bauknight. acres. Chances, $2.00. The list is now openat
!Gt:: bales cotton, 424 cedar logs, 239 cases cedar, ...... To the Editor of the Mirror : 4-Schooner Austin D. Knight, Drinkwater, Mr. Nix's News-stand in the Post Office.
D. M. White ............................ 6.00
$:ti; :.. 272 packages oranges and lemons, 52 barrels General Account- Callahan has been' called a dull and uninteresting New Hoyt York& Co.;and general others.cargo, to Fred W. MRS. LINE

C t ., spirits and 18 packages merchandise. Florida Mirror and advertising place by some people, but the 6Schooneraggie Cain, Scull, Philadel-

4'i-::: The steamship Carondclct sailed with the ..........,.............. .................-. $ 31.25 fact is the arrival and departure of sixteenor phia Florida; railroad Railway iron& Navigation castings, Co.etc., to A two-story dwelling For Rent.house on Fourth

l i'; following for New York Lyceum Association, rent of hall for more trains, with all the attendant exchange 11 6-Schooner Henry Crasl}', Stubbs, Charleston street, between Centre and Alachua streets.J. .

lJ: cargo Wednesday court.................... ......... ........... 75.00J. of passengers, baggage and freight, ; ballast, to master. FRED LOHMAX.
; ; evening: 414 bales of cotton, 519 cases of A. Edwards, attending school CLEARED.

m'ii.y cedar, 277 cedar logs, 562 barrels of rosin, 4 meetings i ...................................... 14.00H. makes a pretty lively daily scene. Its Nov. Steamship State of Texas, Williams, for For Sale.
i1 / barrels of spirits of turpentine, 76 boxes of J. Baker, attending school meetings dozen storekeepers look happy and contented New York; freight: and passengers, by

............................................. 14.00 R. W. Southwick, agent. Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet.
oranges, 33 cans of shrimp and 38 Nov. 5-Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for
:\: packagesof W. N. Thompson, attending school, square; location desirable ; neighborhoodselect.

i;; merchandise ings........................ .................... 8.00 The school children are neat welldressedand : New R. W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers, by On one of the lots is a six-room cot-

}I *>!'{ Mr. Frank C. Latham has Geo. W. IIodges, attending school have a healthy, robust appearance.The Oct. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for tage, with kitchen ; piazza on three sides;

Ot J opened this meetings and mileage.................. 20.00N. new hotel building is roomy and at- Palatka: freight and passengers, by always cool in summer. Lots face on three
\i,": I week a gentlemen's restaurant and lunch A. Hicks, attending school meet- W. O. Jeffreys, Agent. streets; ground high and dry ; no sand; best
tractive and be credit to "
1"" ;1 counter in his place of business, foot of ings and mileage.....?.................. 22.00 would a any town. Steamship for Charleston City of freight Monticello and McKee,, bricked well of water in town ; half dozen
; Centre street. He has engaged the services Wm. Johnson, services as County Callahan. has a .p wlyelected.mayor and by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. sweet orange trees four years old ; several

;s Commissioner...................... ...... 9.00 council. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for sour trees bearing; peaches and grapes two
:;- e,; of an experienced cook, and intends to keep M. A. Williams, rent of clerk's office, 18.00J. The cattle roam'.the streets just as they do Charleston: freight and passengers, by :years 01(1.Enquire.
.i..tt.: ;; ; his table supplied with the best the market A. Edwards, services as County W. O. Jeffreys, agent. of GEORGE F. LEWIS,

.rt.x!': .IfA'' w affords. Auditor................. ..................... 25.00B. in Fernandina ; and the youngsters keep the Steamship Palatka;City freight of Monticello and passengers,McKee,, for by Office Town Improvement Company.

!J l F. Rich, keeping bridge in October, 30.00 streets paved with chewed sugar can ., W. O. Jeffreys.
:+ The schooner Maggie Cain arrived in port Collector Mahoney has a beautiful resi- No5Schooner Austin D. Knight, Drinkwater,
Thursday last from New York; lumber, by Eppinger & COTTAGE ,
Philadelphia with
The City Council. dence here, which he cannot help but regret Russell.
ifoidWS1;1 cargo of steel rails and castings for the Flor- 5-Schooner Jesse W. Starr, Warren, Phila-
leaving to assume his duties in your city. Seventh-St. near Egmont Hotel
A regular meeting of the City Council
ida & was delphia; lumber, by Mizzell & Bro.
. Railway Navigation Company. Weunderstand
The Record makes things interesting here-
on Wednesday evening last. Present
"f #. ; 10,000 tons of steel rails have FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
t.1 G. F. Avery President of the Board abouts. On Monday its editor received a
been and If your buggy axles need washers get youa
already purchased by Mr. II. R. Duval
t y! Aldermen Stark, Robinson, Wilkerson and live turtle and alligator from Jacksonville- set of Nunn Patent Iron Washer Axle Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,with

j1 il the receiver for_the road._ Dorsey. turtle soup and alligator steak. Just thinkof Nuts. All washers entirely done away with. or without board. Table Boarders will be

I .. that less fortunate editors 1 $5.00 a-year saved by using them. For sale accommodated; also transient.
ii Opening of the JllnTc. The following bills were ordered paid : ye country by J. A. RIDER & Co. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.

, :4: Last Tuesday night the Roller Skating H. E. Dotterer, supplies....................$14.01 You can readily understand why he writes ;

t ''tf.. Club gave their opening hop, which, like Stephen Morris, police for October..... 25.00 with so much snap. Feed will tell!

Newton Bradley, police for October.... 25.00 The Savannah, Florida and Western Railway -
y- their former affairs, was well conducted and Sam Lofthouse, day scavenger service ,

: 'I quite successful. The attendance of specta- and lighting street lamps................. 40.00R. have a nicely fitted up freight office .' ; ,, ,

.;" tors was less than the club usually attracts L. Denefield, feeding prisoners....... 1.80 just finished,.and it is proposed to build a ., '

,' Elias Lotterv,special police........;..-...... 1.25 union passenger depot for that road and the '. ": .' '('
j but the absence of familiar faces ;;- j'
t .
; was con- J. C. Read, keeping plank walk to Old '"
Florida Railway &Navigation.The "
$'f r.. siderably made up for by the activity of Town in repair for quarterending .- '

.\ I. those present. The music, by Miglionico, October 31.....................,.....?......... 50,00R. town is steadily growing, and with ".. .<.
Y was excellent and L. Denefield, Marshal.................... 35.00 its fine vegetable and orange land we mean -
thoroughly enjoyed by t'
Smith & King, repairing Escambia to ith islanders in the matterof
compete v yon
t all The rink will be open every Tuesdayand street dam........................ ............ 12.00
Friday night during the season as heretofore -' Geo. E.' Wolff, services as clerk for Oc- prosperity, and if you are not careful, in .

w 4i : and dances will be given once tober............................................. 25.00 advantages as a county seat of Nassau. RETAIL .DEALERS/{}>;

t p every C. H. Huot, lumber.......................... ,15.77fayor EGO.
month, of which due notice will be given. ,,
/ ) Pope made his'report' of the collected A False Friend."I've '. .",.

Painful Accident. and uncollected fines in the Police Will find it to their advantage to get our prices
lost all faith in human nature,
f, John Miles, the colored keeper of' the Court, which was referred to the Finance '
& before elsewhere. We offer
Committee sighed a Railway Navigation conductor purchasing :many goods
North Range Beacon Light, met with a ,
very !.
to his wife as he substituted citizens'dress '
In serious and painful accident on Thursday A communication was read from the committee .- .: at less than they ,can be purchased in competing
for blue and gold. "You know what
+'a morning. He was'on his home with at Savannah of. the Southern, Harbor '
way a warm friends'Mack and I have ,been for so markets. We give particular attention to heavy
load of fodder from a field near the cemetery. Improvement Convention, asking the' appointment ,

i; When driving through the cemeterythe of focr delegates from Fernan- many"Yes years," said? the lady. goods, such as :BACON, FLOUR, GBITS, GRAIN, FEED,

wheel of his cart struck the root of a dina to the convention,to be held in'Savannah -
Well, hewas. passenger on my train :BUILDING MATERIAL: etc.
the 24th ,
tree, which completely upset the cart and on instant.
to-day for the first time, and I'll be hanged
w' the horse with it. John_ fell sprawling to Council then adjourned. didn't fiST Ask for our :prices when needing,goods.
4 if he .,buy'a. .. ticket of, the agent. Somuch ; ; to' :
t the and the shaft 1
ground of the
; cart, with 7':
r the weight of the horse, fell on his right Fruit Preserves; for friendship J"Cranberries. :L L FRED W. HOYT & CO.

t leg, breaking it midway between the knee Fine assortment at : I r

and thigh. He managed to crawl from WHITNER &' SCHUYLER'S: Just'received at "; .,' .',., ', SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,

' ; under the cart but there till v WHITSEB.& SCHUYLER'S. ,' :
lay arrived ;
. help Handsome Presents. 't FERNANDINA FLORIDA
,I .',' r't. .
: .
from Old Town. 'Dr. J. D. Palmer, assisted Handsome presents given away to parties Gents'Furnishing Goods, : .' .,
Dr. Scoville of Charleston buying$10 at <. -
by set the fracture or more. .
At .
great,bargains. ; at ;..
and Miles) is
doing very well. PAUL FQNx>i's. ; ; .
': ,
During his convalescence Frank Barrs, :'.,' ,
, '.: : son of Sergeant Barrs, at Fort Clinch, will AU-Wool. Underwear. > r .
; attend the beacon Scarlet, Flannel Shirts,'80 cents. All-Wool Scarlet Knit Underwear,'$1.25"a + ;.Lta : ; }\ .. : ;; }: ,-
to .
t I light. : W. J. Lou MAN: suit, t.: J. & T. YDD'8.t f .4 r,,::, ;,, :} ', ; ; .. ; ': ; J ;

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