Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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FOKE1GN IMMIGllANTS. unfrequently committed in: some, of I AN. IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. will. see to'it that each of the teachers, su- THIRTY-SEVEN LIVES LOST. .

Florida is growing rapidly in the outlying Florida counties by na- ., PENSAcOLA,'t cto'ber 2. perintendents and' school officers are.prop- -
I Major A. J. Russell, Superintff.idenlgf : Public erly and timely notified of the occasion and THE STEAMER ALGOMA
wealth and population. years Instruction, Tallahassee = urged_.to. attend. .Indeed,'! want this to be
ago many of the investors in Florida Last year there landed at the port DEAR SIR-It has:been' said ihat". education a ,regular. 'State Institute, 'and believe that LAKE SUPERIOR AND SINKS.

real: estate sold their possessions, in of New York from foreign ports 356-, makes the Nation." If this be'true,i it its influence for good can "scarcely be esti CHICAGO} November 9.The: Daily

State because,they thought that 906 passengers, most of whom were is our paramount duty as AI1J riCan' itiz ns, mated. News' special from Winnipeg says: A '

that as. so' eloquently expressed by..the' distinguished Thanking you for myself and for our fearful disaster ,occurred on Lake
the Florida boom would not, last immigrants. These immigrants, as educator, Miss Matilda II..Ross: : teachers and'co-workers, and requesting Superior, off'Port Arthur, on Satur-

much longer, and that there wouldhe a rule, found homes in the West J.'irst-To endorse; e encourage and sustain, to keep me_ informed .as to your further day. The magnificent iron-clad

a sudden and heavy fall in the Very few of them sought homes in by ,every means, all educational institutions. operations,'that I may do whatever I can to steamer Argo mar of the Canadian

value of lots and lands. They the South. They knew nothing and. systems calculated- to.Ii'ou9r'God and co-operate with the Florida Chautattqua in Pacific Railroad, was wrecked and
about the Southern States bless humanity. "', ," reference to this institute, or any other of thirty-seven lives lost. Only meagre'
were mistaken, and they are very except- Second-To recognize in a special dense, its very laudable enterprises, scattering goodas particulars ,have been received up to

sorry now that they acted so hastily. ing, perhaps, the States of Florida not only the merits and claims of pur public it does all over the State, I am truly and the present hour. They consist

In tIle favored localities land com- and Texas. Little effort is made to school system, but also the.debt. of duty gratefully yours, A. J. RUSSELL, mainly of telegrams to private 'per-

than it draw the attention of immigrants: to and obligation we owe to it as thej jepresen- Superintendent Public Instruction.A sons announcing the loss: of friends.:;
mands a better price now tative of the democfacy: ., It Mr. E.
other Southern States than the two purest Dudgeon, of this city, received -
did. "the good to,the Fallacy, Exploded.To few '
ever verily brings greatest great- a moments ago, the.. following -
Florida's prosperity is due largelyto mentioned, because ,so many,of. the est number." Its munificent, friendly'arm the Editor of the Mirror: telegram :

the wise and liberal policy which people are afraid that they will become reaches out, encircles within 1 its embraces all I noticed in the very able and interesting Algoma gone down. Your wife :

has cramped for room, or that the classes and conditions of humanity,and lifts article in the trade number of the Times- and two children are drowned. '

the State government pursuedwith them up to a plarie.of higher existence. In- Union, written by Mr. Isaac Stone on The JOE VIVIAN.
introduction of
foreign immigrants
respect to immigration. Immigrants deed, the welfare of our whole country depends Orange in Florida'5 that; the writer con- Mr. Dudgeon's wife is 35years old

have been encouraged to make will require the employment of an upon this agency, more ,than any sidered Nassau county as among the num- and the children are a boy and
their homes in the State by every additional police force. If the West other, for a better class of future citizens. ber of counties where the orange could not girl, 6 and 4 years old, respectively.

fair and honorable means. The re- had been governed by any such fears, ,Third-As members of one great,Commonwealth be grown to any extent for the market. :Mr. Dudgeon ,is from Owen Sound '

desiring. her greatest exaltation. it is This is a fallacy ,which seems very wide- and
would the West be the populous and was sending his wife and
sult is that Florida, although her our imperative duty to employ: all proper ,spread and which the facts do not bear out back to Ontario. The steamer family

lands are by no means as fertile as wealthy section that it -Savan- means calculated to awaken and educate and does injustice to our county. It is this wrecked off Isle was
Royal just at the
nah News. public intelligence to a hearty appreciationof idea of the unsuitability of the more northern -
other Southern States outside
those of some of Thunder Bay. A storm
true educational principles and methods counties of the State for orange culture
marvelous ITEMS OF INTEREST. ; prevailed all afternoon
with Sunday
is advancing rapid- and
also, through said means, to exclude ,an which carries the stream of settlers further

ity in about everything that makes a THE British Queen rules over apathetic indifference which.is. so alarmingly on to the south, where the climate is not so time.night and When the the steamer weather lay to for a

rich and powerful State. prevalent, and'which, more_ 'than all else, good nor transportation so accessible. We cleared
of increase5 in
( the
310,000,00 people an slightly vessel started again but
prevents the cause of education from realiz- admit that it takes one or two years longerto ,
The Florida people are not afraidof fifteen of 55,000,000) made slow: In the morning
years occupy- ing her richest possibilities... bring a grove into bearing than it does progress. : -

foreign immigrants, and they are ing an area of almost 10,000,000 In view of the foregoing'fach, the" management !I further south, but this is counterbalancedby a dense fog prevailed and the-

not afraid that by encouraging foreign square miles. The trade carried on of the Florida Chautau'qua have resolved -: our superior climate and nearness to steamer felt her way along, blowing

to set apart one week of.the next As- market. During the severe winter of 1883 fog-horns. She struck a reef ants
immigration the State will be-
by these 310,000,000 amounts to
sembly (which convenes February 23,1886)) i our orange trees stood the cold better than went down, all hands on board being

come so crowded that their childrenwill $5,500,000,000 a year' Their flag to a Teachers' Institute and the special consideration trees 150 miles further south, which can be reported lost. The steamer was

be elbowed into the Atlantic floats over three-fifths of all the ship- of educational subjects, plans and accounted for by the fact of the cold comingon bound for Owen Sound with passen-

Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico. They ping on the seas. London, their cap- theories, all of which'will r,be:presented and here more gradually, the trees are hardier gers for Toronto and other points

discussed "intellectual, athletes" and more able to resist the cold. Nothing East. John G. Brown, a bricklayer ,
have a warm welcome for immi ital city, has (with its suburbs) a ably by ,
of this
and moral heroes:/"'- graduates from the succeeds like success and nothing so con- city, accompanied by his
grants who promise to become good population of 5,200,000. sister is
.'."l".I't school of practical'-expedience, and ,chosen vincing as facts. known to be on board
citizens, come from where they may.A WHILE the English world is'laugh- from the most prominent educational 'fields To prove that orange culture can be successfully bound for Scotland to visit his old

London cablegram to the New ing at the absurdities of the :Mikado, North and South. In order to give the teachers carried on in Nassau county and home fur six months. Captain. '

of the State and th&'cdu, t -5nper 1iteJ < oranges of a superior quality raised, we Moore is master of the vessel and
York Times that J. S. Tait the
says Japan is quietly taking: 'long'strides ents the benefit of _this:Teachers': Institute. have only to point to the grove of Dr. Mr. :Mackenzie, nephew of Ren-

organizer of the scheme for-a great in social and intellectual progress. I have secured .for theriia rate of, half a cent Robert Harrison, on Amelia Island whose Alex. Mackenzie, is purser.

Scotch colony in Florida,sailed from She has just!-in ,advance of Eng- per,mile,from the following! railroads: or.1l1ges'took the first premium at the,first The Algoma left Owen Sound last

that city last Thursday. The first land,too -settled the.question of free Louisville''& Nashville'FIbrida: ,Railway State, fair in Jacksonville. Amelia ,Island Thursday. The first known of the ,
',, i & Navigation'CbnipailpSaQaahIlprida' J seems peculiarly adapted, tot orange culture; disaster 'when the
installment of, his"colony"; consistingof education : children. was? stea.mpz. ::.;t
popular & Western, Pensacola &: 'Atlantic, Jacksonville its:superior:water'p"r6te\ibnpr fvent3* th& :Artha7Jasca, d l.nlr ;?i"t.:);. r t t, 'ir-
fifty families, will sail from Glas- between the of sixand fourteenare frost from doing much damage.. ,' "'
ages Tampa & Key West, South Florida at-Port Arthur late this evening with J
gow on November 26th. Each family compelled to attend school from. Railroad, and Florida Southern Railway ,The fine groves of W. F. Scott, Lent Bry- the 'crew of the ill-fated jugoma, \ .

has from $700 to $20,000. Lands three to six hours a day for thirty- The Jacksonville, St.Augustine'Hil-' ant, T. Kydd, C. 'Wick ff Yulee, consisting of thirteen sailors, and '

have already been secured for them. ifax: River Railroad ,will charge $1 for,the and others, just coming into bearing;, two'passengers, who were the only t
two weeks in the and all
Mr. year; ex- ,. round trip, and the St. John's Railroad one abundantly prove that oranges can ones saved. The Arthabasca, which
Tait says that within the next penses are to be paid out of the pub- fare for the round trip there be successfully grown and on the main- left Owen Sound two days after the'

few years he expects to move one lic treasury. The following steamboat lines will make land the groves of Louis Roux. Judge Algoma, came upon the wreck at Isle '

thousand Scotch families to Florida.It THE Parisians in the the same charge of half a cent per mile, with i O'Neil and D. B. Houston prove, the same Royal, and found the crew and two
are rejoicing i fact O'Neil's loaded with
Judge : are
does not take a vivid imagination meals and berths extra: ; passengers in a perishing 'condition
very prospect' of being able to indulge in fruit, and he will ship this season 30,000
to picture what the Scotch On Apalachicola river-People's ; on the island. The wreck had been
the sport of salmon fishing in the Central Line, and Merchants' Line. oranges from thirty-five trees. dashed by the maddened waves
colony will do for Florida. In ten What a few men have proved can be done
Seine and the Marne at no distant On St. Johns river-DeBary-Baya Line, against the rocks and had finally
others can do, and if the same labor, care
years from the date of its location if and Line.
beaten against the shore of the
day. The artificial fecundation of
and fertilizers bestowed culture -
were on orange
it prospers as there is reasonto The first three lines name twentyfivecents island. The and two
every passen'gers -
80,000 salmon ova is going on in the in Nassau county as is given in the so-
as the price of a meal, and the same
saved themselves
expect that it will it will have by taking to
called belt equally good results couldbe
of the Trocadero and for orange
added millions of dollars to aquarium ; each night a berth. obtained. the life-boat and battling with the
many when the is to Board and lodging can be had at DeFu- PROGRESS.
sufficiently grown i waves until the shore was reached.
the taxable wealth of the State. niak Springs at from $5 ,td'$10 per week. : Fernandina, November 12, 1885.
support the change, these rivers and The boat was washed several times
Lands that would otherwise have Camping arrangements will be offered to !
their affluents are to be stocked with those who desire to reduce these figures. I In addition to the above we will state by waves, but righted again, while
remained uncultivated and unproductive that our old friend, Noah Hicks, who lives the men clung closely to its sides.-
the fish. The parent salmon The inspiration given by such an assem-
perhaps for half a centuryor young at Brandy Branch, in this county, broughtto They succeeded in reaching land
blage would of itself be of incalculable ben-
some 500 in number, were importedfrom the Mirror this week a cluster of very superior almost dead from exposure and ex-
more, will have been changed in efit, even if there was no information to be
California in 1878. It has been oranges from a tree just beginning to haustion. The storm continued to
that time into valuable farms and gained but this cannot be, as no phase of
calculated that the stocking of the educational work, from college to kindergarten bear on his place. The fruit averaged 11 rage furiously all night long. The ;
gardens.A inches in circumference and weighed from
rescued remained on the beach
French rivers with American sal- will be omitted. Having made the ,
few days this printedan 12 to 14 ounces. The skin was well colored watching the wreck beat against the
ago paper nominal, so as to place a week of
mon if could be expense
article pointing out the advan- it successfully ac- recreation and instruction within reach of and the pulp as juicy and rich' in flavor as rock-bound island and seeing the-

complished, would represent an an- any Indian river orange.-ED. MIRROR. dead bodies dashed in the
the humblest I with confi- sun
tages to be derived by this State means, appeal,
from foreign immigration. The ar- nual gain to the country of some dence, to you for your assistance in seeing List of Letters against the shores. The Arthabascacame

ticle 40,000,000 francs. that every County Superintendent and every Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- along about noon to-day, andas
was commended by some and the channel is could not
THE of manufacturingnitrous teacher in Florida attends without loss of dina, Nassau county Florida, November narrow
condemned by others. Those who process oxide pay. Programmes, exact dates,' and other 14; 1885. Persons calling for these letters avoid seeing the wreck and the dis-
condemned it are conservative, well gas been greatlysimplified details will follow later, but will,add here must say advertised : tress on the island. A boat was sent

meaning people who like Governor and the product thus derived that this institute will commence'Tuesday, Andrews, S. Johnson, George ashore and brought the rescued to

is probably as perfect can March 2,1886; and continue one week Anderson, Wash.. Loftin, Esq., the Arthabasca, which set sail for
Ireland, of Texas object to foreign Burgess, Albert McClenon, S. J.
Respectfully, Port Arthur, where it arrived about
be realized chemical skill.
now by Cistus, James M. Mean, J. E.
immigration because they want the Salts of ammonia are dissolved in W. D. CHIPLEY, Coleman, Ch. Miss.Murray"M. J. 7 o'clock this evening.
land for their children. One of them Vice-President Florida Chautauqua. Clark, Mrs. Francis O'Neil'Robt DETROIT,:Mich.,November 11.-An

seems to think that the introductionof nitric acid/and this, on being dried ,,-- Drane, Job R. Koberts Hannah Owen Sound, Ont., dispatch says :

off in a sand bath until it becomes j TALLAHASSEE" October 10. Davis, Thomas Right, Chas. "As far as can be learned the pas-
Dorsey, J. W. Robinson, Edward J.
foreigners would the exist- :
upset Captain;W:.z(Chifley; Pemacola, Fla.: list and of the
like sugar, is called ammonium. A Dover, Fannie Smith, Milton senger crew Algoma
ing order of things entirely, and that DEAR SIB Your generous- letter of the 1st Dudley, Amanda Spean'Elies comprised over 120 persons. The-
of the latter
an extra police force would be quantity is put into a. of October-received.. Permit me to thank, Duslos, George Webster, J.'V. Canadian Pacific officials
re- are
: retort and subjected to two hundredand most' for the Faircloth, Nancy''' Williams, Lucy very
heartily ample provisionsmade
quired to keep the Does yon Ellen Johnson. reluctant to'disclose the facts. It is

one believe that peace. any forty degrees of heat until it for the,theattendance teachers, county S. RIDDELL, P. M. believed, however, that a large num-
the thousand Scotch '
superintendents and school officers, and especially -
throws 'off gas, which passes first ber of passengers were taken on at
families who are going to Florida for'the: _.grand and generous sentiment Cranberries.Just .
through a jar of water, then, succes- Sault Ste Marie. General Manager
under Mr. Tait's agency will requirean sively, through one of sulphate of you express in sympathy' with the received at WHITSEB & SCHUYLER'S. Bently, of the Canadian Pacific; will

extra force of police to keep them .iron and one of caustic potash; from great work represent' in the government say nothing definite as to the num-::

in order? As a matter of fact they which it comes ;forth, as' nitrous of our beloved 'and prosperous in State. I Gents,Furnishing Goods, ber lost, while others freely state that
utmost endeavoring
",ill I oxide. One and a half pounds of pledge you my ability At great bargains, at fully 100 have gone down. The
help to create in any community to have every teacher, superintendent PAUL FUKKE'S.
ammonium will make one hundred latest list of saved makes the total
in which and school officer avail, themselves of this
they locate "
may a of For 15. '
gallons I the of
gas. Great Bargains.
for and
greater ,grand! opportunity improvement, ======5
respect for law. They will transportation this quantity of gas gathering the thoughts and, experience of Brocaded Dress Goods 15 cents per yard Handsome Presents.
never do anything that will shock I can be condensed until it becomes a others who, I worth 25, at. J. & T..KYDD'S.For .
are thinking'and laboring in Handsome presents given away to parties
the people among whom they may liquid capable,of being contained in more extended fields. Sale. buying$10 or more at :'

settle half as much as they themselves an iron,cylindrical jar six inches indiameter Section 30 of the School Law, under the One Half Share in Lyceum'Hall Associa- PAUL FUSEE'S.
and one and a half feet tion. at this office.
head of Teachers,is as follows: No teacher Apply
will be shocked by some of .J -HEADS, NOTE-HEADS, LET- .
high-becoming again when
the crimes gas while actually attending Teachers' Insti- 10R FINE PRINTING, SEND YOUR ter-Heads, Cards, etc., neatly printed
of '
violence that are not allowed[" escape.' tute shall suffer a deduction of salary." I F orders to the MIRROR office. ta the MIRROR office. '

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E ,BABYS PRAYER. .1.1h Why y ?" I inq ired., Herr I is;;that door fast? 'So I ,re- I I moment'what the ladies describe as 'a I over one of its arms it carried a num
I ..'I got so: great. a fright here once, member' that night,:when thev'spoke I .turn.* 'What t'a strange thing'J said ber of dark: objects, the shape of which
t N-iw The roiiKish I lay i meand of laughing the eyes,blue, .': and I was so mu laughed at," he an of -ghost."t.h t I would face it,-come 'to myself a-passage leading to;sonle- L'couldnot make out
eyes what might. : 'where j just'like these haunted rcham- ""vBut'horrbr of horrors i
Full of mischief are unclosed swered. : ;,; *, it was quie'tly
$ Ere the prayer is! half-w ythrough.: Why, what is there about>, this A grin ,of ,incredulity passed over- 'bers usually' have.: Howeverwill' nearing my bed.
::\>. I "-and the lids, street to frighten you r.. It is old the countenances of my listeners, and, take good care that no one makes use I'arose at, once and stood erect
i Down to sleep
4b., Like white curtains, are let down ; enough, certainly, and quaint enough, they puffed away at their pipes in con-'' of this, passage to-night, at any rate.'' trembling 'iu every limb. In vain f
For baby's eyes have caught and smells rather pah !I" Iexclaimed, temptudiis silence. At last bigbonea'Fral1tz ," Ari'd"so.; closing the door, I ,proceeded tried to speak ; my-lips-refused to utter -
tLdi Just a glimpse of mamma's frown. as a full-flavored German stench saluted ;Hnbscher, ,the.butcher. .mademe ,to make it fast.- with some more a word. I could only stare fixedly!
"I pray the Lord'my soul to keep," ,my nostrils; but. nothing. ,terri a bet C that J. would not. sleep} for of my great,screws.. As I did so, and and in silence at the strange,g litte ring,
The rosy lips say softly now; ble after all:" one, nightin'the old house in the Le- was'drivinbg the screws' home,' I"'felt:a figure. The form, doubtless was of
_. May the Holy Father keep brow. "Well mein Herr, it is not the derstrasse alone. queer sensation from my right hand, to some creature who had walked the
Always as pure that snowy the in Done !l' cried I and the elbow like faint.electric of ,Dummelsheim
street; it is that house- ghost money my something a streets in the flesh
it 44 If I should die before I wake'-, it," Anglo-German replied, ,with a was staked ;' not much, 'a few silber- shock 'pressed on the nerve somehow and lived in this house two hundredand
Sulemn the words! so Father softly said, sort: of shudder, 'so to speak in his grosche- ', and. :I was pledged to the ad ,' I said, and ',continued my work fifty years ago, still haunting iQ
t P- ; May Long our. Heavenly little darling's spare head. voice. venturer.' ," This done I had my supper, lit its ancient shape the'well known spots
w; "" Oh, oh then you have not lived 'Vhat''sort of, a ghost is it?" I my pipe, and drank half of 'my wine., .I The spectre advanced and Ire:
Jfc ': ,411 pray Father the Lord when my that soul hour to take shall, come, long enough yet, and you are ,not quite asked ; tell me just that, so that' .I The 'chimes of St. Christopher's towers treated before it, holding out my armsas
May All Thou, indeed, be very near, a boy, to get rid,of your superstitions, may know what kind ,of an appear- startled ,uie, Bounding the hour of 11. if to ward,it from me.
:r" :And take.him to his angel home!1'" eh? You are still afraid of ghosts, are ance I am about to face Ach nein !I' I waSj however, in, peaceful frame%of I, never thought of using my pistol
S k. 14j < this for Jesus sake," you ?" they said, mein ,Herr must just see mind, without the least fear of anything save at one moment ; but the fact that
I ask
i'Yxa t :And Oh, baby, prayers! as pure as thine I was afraid of what I saw;" he replied him as he is, and enjoy him. as he will.' human or supernatural, and I the figure transparent at once con
{ Surely God will always hear, with a certain amount of dig- So the night was ,fixed upon, and gazed placidly at the red, smouldering vinced ,me that to fire at it would be
When,offered at His holy shrine!, nity, as if hurt by my light manner the key of the ancient house pro- logs and puffed my pipe in peace.' of no avail.
of cured. A mattress and some,candles however the fact that Still the terrible
r = '"Amen!"-and'at the last sweet word, and my tones mockery. Suddenly,, shape approachedwith
+ ; Laughing raised the golden} head. I was about to question him further, and also a:oistol,:at my',request, were the hour of midnight would soon ap- a silent, noiseless stride; then, on
Ah. littles does the baby know when, pointing with his stick, he said, taken into the biggest and best room- proach gave me just,a little shiver. I reaching the middle of the room, it
1w v' 'The solemn words that--he-has said! briefly : that one jUt over the doorway., A good quickly quenched the feeling with a seemed to motion me with one of its
l.: I THE 1l0US-E. IS IIAUNTED.; "That's the house, there." bottle of Zeltinger and a supper for me 'drop of my eau de 'vie."Nevertheless arms toward the chair.
: ; I looked and recognized in the an- were got ready and a roaring fire of I thought, there is I hesitated. Its action became imPerative
,, ADVENTURE;; OF ,AN ENGLISHMAN IN A cient timbered edifice on the farther big logs was built up in the afternoonin no use in sitting up,thus. I may just and I was constrained to
.fIff! HAUNTED GERMAN HOUSE. side of the street the original of the -the fireplace 'there. as well go to bed; then I shall, with- obey. Once seated the spectre which
r iwa I happened to be detained for a chalk sketch in his lodgings.It "The people living in the Leder- out doubt, fall asleep know nothing appeared to have acquired a perfect
'w I phort time in a small and exceedinglytumbledown was a tumbledown pile, with over- strasse were much astonished and a till to-morrow<; morning and be able togo control 'over my paralyzed senses, took
;, ". old ,town in the middle hanging stories and 'carved "barge good deal interested at the unwonted '''home'with flying colors. something from over his left arm, and
t .' of the Black Forest. board," having, moreover, a curiously glare in the windows 'of the haunted "Accordingly I prepared for rest, signed to me to stretch out my leg. I
"..t Let us call the old place by the twisted 'chimney of ancient ruddy house, and, when they were informedof and as.I can never sleep well with my did so mechanically, and then-how
name of "Dummelsheim;" it will do brickwork, and certain obscure re the reason of the illumination, ex- clothes on, pulled off all my attire, can I convey to you the feeling that
f*!i '"rr as well as any other name, and will mains of armorial bearings over the pressed a good deal of pity for the mad with the exception of my shirt took a came over me as it proceeded to pull
1 convey a delicate and not unmerited door. There was a date which, how- Englishman whose craze had temptedhim final drink of the eau de vie, laid readymy what seemed to be a stocking of ice
., .\ /zoinpliment to its respective inhabi- ever, I could only make out, in its to brave the ghost of the locality. pistol, and.lay down upon my mat- upon my left leg? I can even now at
tfi} tants.Dummelsheim. state of dilapidation, to be 15-and "Night came-a_ dark. night. it was tress, drawing a single, blanket over times feel the horrible icy coldness of
;f.J" :"A" I then, lies in one of something or other. in November,' with windy gusts every me. that spectral' hose. It was' a stockingthat
F\M i aR" the loveliest of the many lovely green The edifice seemed to have been now and again sweeping down the "I lay with, my feet turned toward the figure was pullin upon my
il.\ valleys which run like tongues of' verdure long deserted, and the grass was grow- street and among the crazy old chimney the, glowing embers, which diffused bare leg'and foot. I was chilled to the
!!a JI;' between the pine-clad heights and ing in tufts among the stones at the There was a pale gibbous moon grateful heat and! gave sufficient lightto very bone: ,my ,hair bristled, ,my head
; t14-f; crags of the ,Black Forest., front of the door, as if the passers-by that'showed herself at intervals from enable me' to discern the objects, swam, my.heart ceased to, beat for a
,&,},, ; I happened to be detained in thisplace had long been accustomed to avoid a between the drifting clouds in a very such as they were in the chamber, after moment ; higher and higher crept the
,. t4 on special business for a wholefortnight. too-near acquaintance with the old weird and -uncanny fashion.. Just the I had extinguished my candle. The ice-cold stocking upon -my leg. The
'. r! L--ll\.ti. I became not only weary tenement. night' for a 'ghost story,' I said to my- feeling of security, born of the fact thatI stocking was on. This accomplished,
: ; of poor little Dummelsheim, but began Indeed ,something about the build- self,and thought, as I felt a little thrill had securely screwed up the only the spectre motioned me to stretch out
I)}tl.':j( 1 I absolutely to loathe the place. I could ing said, as plainly as, a German ver- come over me, Shall I pay that small two,doors which opened into the room, the other leg. ,My,horror;now fairly
!;..' not leave it, however. A certain event sion of-Tom Hood's poem could have bet, and have done with thematter? did its work, and in a very little whileI broke the spell that chained mpI I
r""r;' had to happen, a letter to arrive, and said-", The, house is haunted." Nay, Shall I.cry off, and smoke my pipe at fell asleep. I fled to the door. The spectre glided
-7tkj? : before my time I could not stir.: the very street itself seemed to be home, and turn into my bed at my *'I cannot tell how long I slept. AllI after me smoothly and silently as a
i ] ,At last I discovered a diversion. lIt haunted. It was in a great part de usual hour in peace ?' "' No !I' I decided, know is that I seemed 'to wake up fate. I seized the handle of the door.
,;\i .xt'?r tt came in the shape of a compatriot, a serted. The tumbledown buildings on after a bit of consideration, I.will go from a feeling of cold, as if some one :Miserable I remembered that I had
i:r u resident compatriot. Not that in appearance either side of the picturesque house through with my ,undertaking now, I were blowing me up with a pair of bel- fastened myself in with a ghost! My
r4 i\/+\ 1 S or,garb he was much of, ant seemed,to,be devoid of occupants, and I. come what, may, and show these Ger- lows. I rubbed my eyes, remembered reason seemed to be escaping me. The
; : Englishman. Twenty years' residence the few sordid and wretched houses in mans what an Englishman can do, and where I was, and experienced a slight. steel-like glitter of the spectre's eyes
..,f';,'4 < in Dummelsheim had made him more the street which appeared to enjoy the will do, at need. feeling of unhappiness to find that the i was fixed upon me. Like a hunted and
t.1 <;(iI"" ,. ;, German than the Germans, and quite presence of tenants had to my imagination So I made all my preparations for night had not passed over and that I doomed animal I fled around the
../... ; -': obliterated the handiwork of the good and in the gathering dusk of ,my adventure,, and., about 10 o'clock was st.illin, the haunted- chamber. apartment. I leaped at the window,
1J' .[ gV.JfI8rid tbffigsCvA: ,him', birth. He had evening 'a scared and terrified aspect. entered the' house with two or three "The fire was all but dead;; the crashing through it, and fell into the
; ,; _., ....'all. but forgotten his mother speech, "Look well at the window," said friends who resolved to accompanyme moon, as I could see through the 'un street below.
rt" 'i; ,and when he endeavored to use it his my'conductor, pointing to a large bat- in order that they might see ,me curtained window seemed to be plung- I must have lost consciousness at
;t ',: I sentences were patched together by tered casement just above the door, comfortably disposed of. ing her way among great banks and once for the next thing I remember I
rr,'{ l the Teutonic words and phrases which .and when we go I will tell you whatI The crazy old stairs creaked a good masses of cloud ; the room was fitfully was lying on my bed in my own lodgings -
J ';';J came more readily to his tongue. Her know about it. That will do," he deal as we went,up them but the room lighted here and there with a strange with my good landlady and the
{ ;, 1 was as regardless of ,his personal appearance continued, taking hold of my arm ; looked exceedingly cosy, for the great twilight of moon and fire. acquaintances who had dared me to
; :,i,(' as the most inborn of theDummelsheimers you have seen it, and it is not goodto logs were smouldering in the chimney, "Somehow my eyes fixed themselves the terrible trial standing around my
;:f j and as devoted tot stay in the street; it chills the and cast out an agreeable heat. In all on the low door by the side of bed."It ,
: :' the consumption of tobacco as the best blood I imagine." the corners, and hanging from the the hearth. Could it be possible ? was said for some time after
rp. ,' J ; .of them. It was supposed that he was Indeed it does," I replied, and we beams, were many dingy cobwebs, the I. Was that door opening ? No ; impos- that the poor Englander was going
,;i;, 'l''"}".i A bachelor. moved off, not, I fancy, without a thrillof work,of generations of spiders, unde- sible I had screwed it up far too mad as all the others who had seen
t, .:f J : It was in a cafe that I first,met with pleasure at leaving behind us the terred from their work by the hon e's tightly for that. the ghost of the Lederstrasse had done.I .
'i ):P'{: Jiim. I,thought when I first saw hImi ghostly atmosphere of the Lederstrasse.A evil reputation. Save these cobwebs, Yet something strange was taking cheated them, however. :My head
"'ttkq: what a dreadfully shaggy old German few crows, flitting inhabitants of the my mattress, a couple of chairs, and place. Whether the door was open- was too strong, I suppose, for I got
i that is; no one could mistake his desolate street, were wheeling about the small, round table upon which ing or something was coming throughit over my fright, and, after my broken
:br .t .nationality, at any rate." He seemed the roofs and chimneys of the house as stood my supper and the good bottleof I could not tell, but I felt that a leg had been set could listen to their
a"' ':} :to_ be a part and parcel of the green we departed.I Zeltinger, the room was unfurnished. change was taking place, and sat upon recital of what had taken place. I
: ". :, moldy place a sort of human lichen, went with my acquaintance backto ASa, further aid to courage I had my bed in a silent terror, with that learned that those who had set themselves -
.!1 t:,'',.fij -an animated fungus and if one has to his lodging, and there, over a plen- provided myself with a flask of eau de peculiar sensation in my body which to watch the street had heard;
; r!J i .scrape the dirt prom his countenance tiful supply of lager beer and the vie and, of course had my pipe. persons- of an imaginative dispositionare first a strange, low, grinding sound-
1 '*.h in order to recognize him the operation smoke of two big pipes, he told me his :My friends, having cast an approving pleased to call gooseflesh.' my screws no doubt-then, after along
:p' ,; must be gone through with for the experience of the house and street we glance around. the room, sat Fixing my gaze firmly upon that interval, my frantic scream, a
1.i; sake of, the dear land of our fathers. had quitted. down smoking for a few minutes, then mysterious door I sat and watched it. crash and the clatter of broken glass
.I "': :My German-Englishman proved, as Twenty years ago-I was rather bade me guten abend and gute nacht, Little by little the aspect of the door and had seen me fall as a lifeless
'Er.>:41 a companion, decidedly better than younger then, I fancy ; I mean not in and left me to my meditations."I changed. It became white bleached, lump upon the street pavement.
;. none at all; and in his morning rambles years merely, but in life and hopesIhad listened to their heavy boots as as it were, and then to my intense hor- They picked me up, and one of
:J. "3 t : : with me pointed out with great recently come to this town and they went stump, stump, stump, down ror, a something seemed to pass them described that as they did so he
,\.t,"- : ,1 care what he knew of the antiquities before I was long in it I heard much the stairs, and to the street door as it through it and to stand in front of it. chanced to look upward and saw at
,. ,'.!. of the little town. After a day or so talk about a queer ghost, quite unlike shut with a bang. Yes ; that something gradually as- the broken window above, shining in
'}. i.r.... !t my newly-found friend began to resume any ghost I had heard or read of I was alone in the house 'of evil sumed shape and proportion. I couldsee the moonlight, a pale, shadowy face
:"i: ";'i: his native speech, so I long disused which was said to haunt the Leder- repute. the head, the body, the arms ; the and the glitter of two bright eye .
!)" << and by that time I also ;had strasse,,and which the people of this Stay a bit,' I said to myself, this. ,form was that of man. Then whil It is not strange to say that myright ,.
;if! ,(,:! learned to translate into ordinary English town so much dreaded. is, perhaps, a joke, a trick, and it will my hair stood upright on my head 1 leg was 1"broken: 'by tne fall, t.omit
se ; his quaint' and puzzled Anglo- "Hans Hubbler, down the Ganz- be with living Germans that I ,may with terror, I noticed its stern, wan ,is, I think, somewhat"strange to re- '
German expressions. strasse had seen it when a boy, and ,have to deal. ,Well, the pistol will face, its.1ean''and withered arms and late that my left was blackened to the
?.. I. am no artist, but to my great surprise old Frau Hertzler had all but died give an account of them, but I will its attenuated:.legs. Could it be a man knee, as if scorched OJ; nay, it is so to
I discovered that my dear and from fright when she was sixteen years make myself as safe as I can.' 'in the flesh? No clearly no ; for I this day-see I I"
&' pirty new-found acquaintance and old, in consequence of 'a mere. glimpse "So took from my pocket a screw- could see'through, 'it,.and discern that :My friend showed me his blackened
# ''t countryman was. One'; day, having of it. It was the celebrity of the little driver, and a. paper of big screws and, the'little door at the back of it was leg. ,
accompanied him. to the I queer and town, as well- 'as the bete noire 'of the with a quiet smile at'my' own cunningfor :fast'screwed.up, 'as I had left it. This And,that is all ? I asked.
humble lodging which he inhabited," I place. of these screws I had said noth- 'was no man in whom was the breathof All, lieber Himmel is not that
found on the walls certain indubitable Well, mein Herr, I laughed at all ing to any, one-proceeded forthwithto life ; a phantom, :a, form, a show, enough? Can you wonder, after whatI
y. ft '- proofs of his artistic bent.. Among of the stories and grew very courageous screw up' the door.; merely an image, and. how inexpress-: have told you, that I don't like the
'. L other things I noticed, a sketch a over the ,matter in my cafe when "The. door made fast, walked ibly ghastly:and'terrific When I,had Lederstrasse ?, ",
r certain picturesque house which I the night grew late and the bottle was ,round the room and carefully took fully realized this ct I became a preyto Wonder, not I I I would not go
;. had, indeed, seen, but the localityof; low. Some of the fellows'there triedto stock of it. There was a small corner the most abject terror. It'was,true,' nearthe: place again after dark for a
;r which I did,not remember at,the time. chaff me on the score of nationality. 'cupboard. I opened this ; nothing then,'about'the,ghost'! It was no trick,, grand duke's ransom. But., who do
,,' I mentioned this fact. Emu Englander,' they said, alwaYs there but spiders, their webs, and 'the no joke that I was' to "subjected to, they saythe spectre was ? .
: 1$ : '* Ach nein, I have' not shown) you asserts that he will brave anything carcasses of their victims. but before me, was 'a supernaturalshape "I do not quite know. There IS a
,, him. He,is Lederstrasse. ," here; dog or fiend, ,orfraulein-bnt let him "On the.other,,side' of the fireplacewas for the first_ time :in my, life. I legend of some hosier-who once lived
-.A lied.tt ii We will see him together auf be put to the test and he is not alwaysso a very.low, door, about the height became seized ''by a species of fascination in, that' house and was rich, who fell
; ,3 rnorgen. brave as a' lion.' Then one of them of my shoulder. Another.cuPboard; I, as well ,as by terror; I gazed fixedlY into some disgrace, and the reigning
On the morrow accordingly .we said : thought and endeavored. for a long 'at the appearance covered,as it ,Duke of Saxe-Dammelsheim seized
if"l' walked together to the Lederstrasse.As 'This ,Herr: .Englander here, has time, without success, ,to, pry:it open.,. 'was, by ,a; :strange, unearthly white upon him, and with a refinement m
$ we entered the dirty old street heard enough and is brave, but-let him When at, last it yielded discovered;, light. ,cruelty, i in order to extort from him
my companion remarked: ''I, haven face a test we will give,him, if he be a with some surprise, a step and,another It was the figure 'c of; a, tall, lean his money, 'caused him to be put to a
/, v,. ver been; in! this street for twenty; 'brave Englander, and,we.,shall see.' low door; evidently strongly, nailed up, man. for; it had by degrees rizen far torture something' in the manner ot,
d' yearsor" more, and I never wish to.. enter ), ," So one night in the, restaurant ,and which,' from: its appearance, had above the height of the low,door from 'our ancient machine called the boot,
it again." :Kloppart, in ,the milk .market-I remember been for ages'in,the same condition. which it had emerged. :which crushed the leg of the victim.In .
9, *''''My, ,curiosity':was roused. ', '; -well that 'nig t. Ach,.mein_- This discovery'.gave. me for the ,"It eyes were fixed upon' me, and ; this case. the instrument;1i I Ii was a hose

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avenge itself upon all who approachhis _O 'AND' ''. 1' WHITNEB&SBHUYLEB
abode ,and that he ,tries on '
ancient Dealer in,Ice: :
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getting is'released from its BROOK STREET.WHARF, ... : ", .
and his spirit : .0 ,
die, 1-tf FERNANDINA.. FLA. .
; This cut shows the new style of wood work
: ,.;. Have opened at the and'elegantly. fitted Store '
new :
two by and one ", : R. S. SCHUYLER i : that the is no'w
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night for, as my I-was homeward packing journey,my portmanteau on the. RCaITEO.rr-: .. .: :::r ': :: : : .;:, : :. :.//t} ,

morrow;I was startled by a great yel- FOR BUILDING" OF' ALL' : o. ..47.' '.CENTRE:: SiTREET; I .

low light in the sky" Soon after I DESIGNS ,'with Plans, Details, Spe- ., a'm

heard the hoarse and blatant voice of cifications, and Superintendence. .. ". '.

the alarm bell: ,1 dressed I and went .< .
out and found the whole population of JAMES McGIFFIN. A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use, : .

the place .running one direction. I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER .
followed the stream of folk. It was afire

some one told me, in the Leders- Alachua Street, between Second and,Third, J

trasse.; the We haunted arrived house in! the was burningdown. ancient FERNANDINA, FLA: fINE OROUER1E$ TEA All G ffEE _

narrow street; the light was magnificent Orders and estimates from a distance care ,

; the whole welling was en- fully attended to.. 25tfJ.

veloped in flames. No one took the .- -. .. -

slightest trouble or endeavored to get A. RYDER, 'J. W.NUNN, : -
Blacksmith. Wood Workman. "
the flames under control. All were Pure Spices Canned Goods
staring and gaping in idle curiosity. ..
bad said some -PRACTICAL-
It was a place,

one, and they were well content to BLACKSMITHS and WHEELRIOHTS Artistically Beautiful.

see How it perish or by whom .the fire was CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Imported Pickles and Sauces Dried Fruits sNuts Without a Pe .r. .

and all work entrusted to our I.
A TORNADO'S FATAL WORK. care promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work IT HAS NO RIVAL !
carefully Done at reasonable rates. WoodWork
in all of its branches; at living prices .. The new lines of attachment that are

THIRTEEN PERSONS KILLED OUTRIGHTAND and at short notice.IlorseShoeing. CRACKERS ,AN'D'CANDIES, .. .Jj.; ..;: /. now being! placed with each "Domestic"are

FORTY OR FIFTY, WOUNDED. a Specialty, ,... .. .. ',",.,.;;,,,, specialties. No other machine has them
:' :, ,. These attachments and the
SELMA, ALA., Nov. 9.-One of the jZSJ* Furniture' repaired,repainted' ,stainedor I I I I I ( '" .1' .,.'.; .,I',.,'" ,.;..'J'..... ;.1 I .. t' make the "Domestic"' more new.than wood-work"eyer:,wth- '
most terrific storms ever known in this varnished. Wire Safes made to order at I out question, IThe' I

short notice.A ,. I
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State just north of this city on f" \"'" -
passed share of the public patronage solicited. : : : Acknowledged Standard of
Friday night. It washed away bridges, Respectfully Toilet Soap and Perfumery, :,,,:;,
railroad beds, growing crops and lev- J. A. RYDER & CO. ",} Excellence.FOR .
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eled forests and houses for miles. The Best Brands Family Flour,. .

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tornado, accompanied by torrents of "Money SALEBY- N

rain and appalling electric discharges, I BUSINESS Printing.Made .: Choice Butter'and Cheese, '
started on Cahaba river,passed through I' sef press inking ever .. ';,< HENRY HOBEIN, :
and Bibb counties ;;(
Dallas, Perry over-
vnsvrpaMcd." Prints perfectly. No business man a; ", J Hams Bacon Lard etc. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
houses and villas. Relief ,
turning par- should be without one. Entire attraction ffy&ranteed. ., .
Catalog***and testimonials free. Price :: ,I ; .
the tornado
ties the track of
say amatinolv low. Refer by permission to HOX. ::11\r'\ -
have A. H.G RLAXD. Attorney:General United States. .j ". -
half mile wide. They "
a gone .. Agents wanted in
Till? \ M'F'G CO.ABgnuta, -Ga.PIANOFORTES. .- ;' ',- :<' unoccupied territory.
miles dead and PRKS8 Address
over forty picking up -- : '," : ,
wounded, and do not know how much CIGARS AND TOBACCO_ DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,

longer the track is. RICHMOND, VA.R..usTliv.
Thirteen persons have been found KIABE

killed outright, and forty or fifty dan:

gerously wounded. No two locks of : : :: '

lint were left together. A man driv- : 'ah-Free. Delivery: Fresh. Supplies "Weekly. mar23 ,MANU ( .' OFTin fti'- L, '. '" ... ,

ing \v\th cotton to the city has been UNEQUALLED IN l i.5j: X .
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blown a quarter of a mile, and the man WILLIAM KNABE, fc CO. AND DEALER IN
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found.and mules Growing carried crops off of and potatoes cannot, etc.be, No. 113 Fifth Avenue,New York. PARLOR R OAT B Ead C 00K K eTCV T VB S

trees were and torn cotton up from stalks the ground.were barked.Even NO CURE, NO PAY The Cabbage 'for the South,] J

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dead and dying, and everything is be- fails to cure any ease of CHILL AND FEVER,'or Ir'ItiGi'hvFa I
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negroes are frightened nearly to I Cents. PHARMACY For sale by, PEARCE Jacksonville& ,HOBBS Fla. ,Sand andHOLT'S : HENDERSON'S EARLY SUMMER. ;::i---- ,.t.i > ..
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trees, stupefied with fear, and

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THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE changes effected. of Five Pounds Adair DrUNte.do: CO.. Office Bcnur rl0 against you, and your property attached to
of the formation of Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 age A3fE3IC.lc 361 lSro&dwar.1ew York. satisfy the demand of A. B. Noyes, amount-
THE EAST GEORGIA&FLORIDA RAIL acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 ing to 94179. Now, unless you shall appear -
acres, for sale. before his Honor James M. Baker,:
ROAD COMPANY, of the'Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
N: B.St.. Mary's having been selectedas ,FOR SALE AT Judge
for the purpose of constructing, m 1intainng the terminus of the j\tlantic&MississippiCanal Circuit, in and for Nassau County on the
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October 3d, 1885. 3m
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.. i. ;' PIE FLOMDA 'l\rIR.ik lt, !long out.. of power, ; ,a large.. number. .j WUYTHE. 'SOUTH 4' IS.SOLID. \;: that event_, he_..would be: 'treated: '..with deriSion 'drummer 'by..the*name of

of citizens Kave'grown up with the A BOSTON"NEWSP.PER''THE OPINIONS Of orsilent fn' n nothing more.. Wessek,
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. ".In answer' .to your third- question. I who .seems entirely unconscious
... idea that it was an unsafe party. The 'TH$.GOVERNORS OF SOUTHERN STATES.. of
r 1ft*. would saY.I know 6f 'no such thing as the the ridiculousness of his
.Subscription, S2 per year; six months.''.le administration of: Mr. Cleveland is BOSTON, November.. 8. The fferald.lixs- re-: '*color"line'-'in'trie politics of this State, except With-such 'an inordinate position.!

Office corner. Centre and First. streets., ;second.floor. placed! :i in''jtne/'position}to.}either give- ceived"of Southern replies States from in several.respo'nse of the to'ft Governors' series of in the Republican party Although I I=ment of the cacoethf1'scribendi develop
strength and'iconfidence in the fidel- the negroes constitute, the great bulk of that he
: inquiries i .suggested by the result'of the New i ought to purchase
BATES OFAPyETISIlgG.: in know a daily and
xM 'and party Kentucky, I of but one in- give
'r it atriotism'of in
m ."'"'.. Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for Y p their party, York. 'election.. ;.., -'In its message. of inquiry. to 'sta' i. e'fn which'a;)negro i Has been elected to full play to the inward
.. each subsequent Insertion., the soundness, of its principle, and the Governors the Herald said : The loss consciousness
an office even in localities where there
7 i Special local notlces"15; cents a line. the correctness of its views or else of'New York to the Republicans in the cam- are of great power of thought and
large Republican majorities, and not one in
c Reading notices, 25 cents a line.-
paign just closed to indicate speech. Certainly some
seems that the
m'i, Special rate for time advertisements upon appli if it were to follow the lead of mere which a negro candidate receives the full people havea
1 sectional issue in political in the idea
FWTt funny
campaigns of
& .1 cation at the mce.Communications. whose'aims: white vote of his.' arty. There may be some making use of a
politicians are no higher "
North is ended forever, and answers to the '
It dissatisfaction then of newspaper to ventilate
among growing out
upon all matters of local inter than the attainment of office, to following questions were requested :
this fact, and there of them We
; are some who fancy the commission
est solicited from all parts of the county and from 1. Upon what issue andby .what means merchants
break down the by Becomingmere ,
} along the lines of Florida railways. i vote the Democratic ticket! but I cannot say would be
a can the white voters of the South be divided glad to have their self-co.
All communications Intended for publication spoilsmen. Mr. Cleveland'shigh that they are more indifferent to the suffrage

; .1}t _, should be addressed to'the Editor; all business and manly course. is calculatedto into interests two parties the, separated North by opinions and than formerly. stituted champion subside. Opr_
r I,1 Jw "I letters simply to THE FLORIDA }[rP.ROR. as at ? 'You ask, 'What is the greatest existing tainly they must feel that good
strengthen his party, and to give 2. Would an interchange of political wine
objection to a break in what is called :the needs no bush and that
a P SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 14, 1885. permanence to its control of the Gov- speakers of both parties between the North solid South?' A very large majority of the they can
and the South be well spare this conceited
acceptable to State in
: ernment.. So long as its principlesare your intelligent white voters of the South are,'as advocate
"1L1: ;: A TEAR OF DEMOCRATIC PROSPER future campaigns ? wHo thirsts for the
have said Democratic
carried out it will deserve and it : from the convictionthat opportunity of
3. .Do that the
ITS. nesro'voter's
-- principles of that party are right, indulging ink and adjectives.
will receive the of the are more indifferent than to"the '
: support formerly
One brief year has passed since peo- and they vote accordingly. They are solidin -- -- -- -
A the people of the United States elect: pie ; but when it degenerates into a suffrage, and are they disposed disregard their fealty to every provision in the Con- IT is generally supposed that the

,; ed a' President for themselves.. Mr. body of clamorous spoilsmen it will the 4.color What line is the in voting greatest? existing. objectionto stitution of their country, and faithful to North Arctic zone is extending, and

lose its.hold of esteem and the Union which it was intended to establishas proof is assumed in the
t.' Cleveland had not been known as a popular a break in what is called the Solid South?. increase of

political leader, had filled no con- be turned out of power., Prominent- among the replies is that of solid the in people their devotion of Massachusetts.to the great principles They are ice on the eastern shores of Green-

? spicuous position in the halls of Congress THE RIVER- --AND- -'HARBOR- CON- Fitzhugh follows Lee, of Virginia. He telegraphedas of human liberty,and solid in their desire for land .and in the fact that barley,
+4 had followers. and no band VENTION. I answer your first question :thus : The an honest, economical.-just, and faithful administration which successfully grown in Ice

,k + of devoted.friends to help him on to The committee in charge have solidity of the white vote of the South is the pC- the Government; and in land from its first settlement in 870

political elevation. It is barely three changed ,the day of meeting to.the result of; the' false' reconstruction policy of that sense they desire to see the whole coun- down to the middle of the fifteenth
i solid. I therefore
the : see no reason why
Republican: party after the war. The
years since he was kno-wnatal: out- 24th instant. The indications are white'people will not practically divide there should be any break in the 'solid century no longer cultivated there.

.; side of his own city. He had in.,twos that a very wide-spread interest is until the colored people do, and these latter South' at all. If however, by the term The Icelandic Government has, how-

years of public life impressed himselt felt in this convention, and that it will not divide so long as the few whites 'solid South' you would intimate that the ever, lately attempted to grow barley

I ,:'. upon the people as an honest'man will be quite fully'attended. Flor: acting with them are sustained! by the National -. united Democratic'for white voters of that section inconsistent are- in the island.on a considerable scale
( any purpose'whatever
; I he gave. life and reality- to the idea 'ida'should' be fully represented, and >reward.Republican? jtfcWr'SW Mali* t .one party's. said promises, you I know of office'and that with the maintenance of the Union, the .and the results were very favorable.

.: .,'- that office ,was: a public trust, with every delegate appointed should he controlled the,negro vote, and it was onlya defense of Con'stitutionallibert) ,the promotion Norwegian barley from Altenjord,

}& + / : all that the word trust implied.. His:I make it his business attend. and question ,of,; how :many white votes he of domestic' tranquility, and the ad- the extreme north of the barley-

[ r selection as a Presidential candidate: if prevented from doing so should. could add to_tliern'to control the,State. No vancement of popular'prosperity, you are growing zone, was planted and fit
mistaken. There is such The
was not the work of politicians, but'the j I resign, so that his place could be Southern by such a mixture.State can ever, be long controlled term is a mere mischievous no catchword.thing. I for cutting in eighty days. The decline -

; result of a knowledge that thepublic filled. We verily believe that the "To your second 'question,I answer: An will add, however, for the benefit of those in barley cultivation in Icelandis

x demanded his nomination.. i River. and Harbor Bill .of' the next interchange of speakers would make thesection who_ may desire to overthrow.the supremacyof really due to the fact that cattle

rc :.:' Against him in that. memorable congest : session, of.Congress will be largely s know'each other better, and might do the Democratic be-done party in the South in, that their it breeding pays better.
We can never by flaunting
I would like
good. the Republican partyat
LJr T"*V *' l' was pitted the best known:public shaped by the.action. of this conven- faces insinuations -
m* I the North to see what the Republicanparty insulting that they are SOME experiments lately made in

man in the United States-a man. tion.", A 'strong representative body,. of the. South is composed of. lacking in fidelity' to the Constitution .oftheir an English coal mine, relating to

,.M. '. whose political sagacity, whose po- acting with united firmness and decision *.". To 0 your ,third- _question: .I answer.- ,: Yes. country or the Union'' of the States- temperature and moisture at different
I insinuations
'. as unjustr them as they are
', much towards 'Toyour'fourtlrquestion: I answer:,The
litical audacity had earned for: :'him can accomplish i
,".' disgusting to the' onservati. e masses of the seasons, show some interesting facts.
fear that our State
: will
the title or'the Plumed Knight,: securing just arid 'liberaI'appropria- governments ..return i Norf ." '**"- .
w, to the condition .of things existing i The hydrometer was placed as nearlyas
"I' 'backed by a powerful party, which; tions for our important. public works.. under the scalawag and carpet-bag governments Governor Perry, of Florida, answered as possible equidistant from roof,

im had for twenty-five years held the, The people of Savannah have made and from which. the Democracy! follows" : sides and floor, and the highest 'and
.To telegraphic inquiries answer:
your ,
reins of suitable preparations for the meet- rescued them.
power; supported by a great1army "
: issue and honest lowest observed in
'- Governor First-Upon no by no temperature were,
Hughes of Arkansas telegraphe'd"frbmLittleRock' -
; ; ; '
>mx of office-holders means of ing .and the railways will furnish means long( such division would
h """ In 'response to s, as a -, put I' summer, 88 62', and in, winter 84}
ffiII .. Jf hf&ience and corruption, furnished, delegates with' free transportation.WHAT first of our States back under that diabolical rule "ancT '.
: .!! your question, we the South will rejoice 62'.- The greatest .smal1 t

'\ 1 by weatI. ,corporations, and inter' :THE -NORTHERN- -PEOPLE tn-know thatsectional' issues' in political -" from united which efforts they of.,were all intelligentand only redeemed honest by the amount, of moisture in a cubic foot
campaigns the North are ended 'for
ested_ capitalists, the contest seemed' HINKrlNOJV:. advocates of good government, regardless of of air from the first working place to
., ever. The white voters of the South are
dw all in favor ,of theRadical party.; ., We recently met in traveling an divided into two parties, separated by opinions former political proclivity. the'return of air was, in summer, 11.1

I .. Their defeat at the p
.:; im astounding revelation to them.. Illinois on his way to Florida for the them are. Democrats, upon .principle. .1 hate and inciters of race bitterness 3!. The observations showed how

l They had_ predicted disaster and, first time, to spend the winter. He think'an'interchange of politicalfparties: between the North and the (i
ruin to.all the business interests of particular in his inquiries in regard 51, indifferent i as1'
was South would-be acceptable to,the .people of more_ the temperature of the surroundingstrata
the country they in fact did all to the condition of the colored' they have learned that neither their freedom
; ,
ir1. the South and have a good effect in pro- which was, of course, independent
iLi '. they could to create a panic and dis population, whether they' had advanced moting a better understanding, and ''in removing nor any of their civil or political rights are of surface temperature, and
of and the
dependent the success one
aster. :Months rolled by the Dem- the effect of unhappy and groundless prejudices. upon
; or retrograded, defeat of the other party. For the same rea-' that the difference between the quan-
"We look to the future and not to dead
j ocratic President was peacefully inaugurated : education and the possession of political issues, are anxious to develop. and build up son, and because the most intelligent realize tity of vapor in a cubic foot of air on

s{, and the prosperity of the them etc.. 1 'ami that they are,as much_benefited as. the whites
.y 4 privileges upon the new South, ever maintain the I the surface and in the return air was:

country, in turn, rolled on, has revived After hearing a candid statement Union/the principles liberty, of the Constitution by good government, ,many of them are greater the lower, the temperaturewas
throwing off their political bondage, thoughnot
: and even the most-blatant of reply to his inquiries, he said that he and of equal"rights.to_all.. a few.are still victims of false teachingfor on the surface. The colder the

; the party press and leaders have ac was a Northern Republican and had as"Third he once-The was negro, though is not he so.eager still: to''iote highly political purposes;and many of the timidare air the less moisture it contained,

straightFm been an original abolitionist that values ;suffrage restrained by fear of persecution by their
; the and has a disposition, and its absorbing power for moisture,

forwardness, and the patriotism of after the war the prosperous town in perhaps, to vote solidly for the Republican own race. and consequently its drying power,
Fourth, An to return of the
objection: a
President party, though a ve large majority of them I
Cleveland-a ,
President which he lived had received
an accession -- dark days of'the past, the horrors of whichare increased the hotter it became.Absolutely .

; .who means what he says, and having of eight or nine hundred uniformly" Fourth-The that South ticket is ;ready to meet the a blot'upon humanity ; an objection to ,-

: framed a line of action adheres negroes ; that they had become a North in a spirit fairness. and fraternity, exchanging government having.in view1 the.

.I1 firmly to it, in spite of hostile criticism public nuisance, were lazy, dishonest and strike hands for the general good of the best interest of the whole people for those .

from country, and to let the sectional issues be whose highest aims were individual and
professed friends and;unscrupulous arid worthless: ; that their votes could r
party aggrandizements; an objection to a
buried forever and this accomplished thereis
t foes. be had for money, and that in ,the no'solid South.; Let us have peace." resurrection ,of that theory of governmentunder

' One year has gone, and the political light,of his own experience and that Governor Proctor Knott, of Kentucky which'I the surest passport .to a Federal ,, wucyr

: squadrons have been.again.mustered of his neighbors he believed in sent this response : -office in,the South was the bitterest hostility -. ROYAL Rots'

in the field.. The political making, the) privilege of voting depend In reply to your telegram,just received, to her people." seaw nrvey 0.
y downfall I would respectfully say that the white votersof
of the
Presidents party ; '
upon educational qualification the South are already_. divided into two WE are glad to learn that our citizens -
.n ,, I I was predicted and hoped for. The ; that'such he believed was the parties, separated by opinions and interests, have.become much encouraged F

result has indicated the wisdom of ..as in the North A large majority'of them i in :t'L
_ feeling.todaY'of: a vast number of r ;- as to'the" future of our:beautiful city. h :i'I
i = the President,:and the confidence Northern people and that he would each State conscientiously' believe that the '
,. '
: We have much encou'rage'us. '
principles advocated by the"Democratic certainly ;to"
the : par-
people. '
vote to shut t.the' 'ignorant'negro!
ty are more consistent with the true spiritof We have passed through' a'
4 The secret of his success is, that voter ,from the polls as well as, all the Constitution, an better_ calculated ,to _
of excellent health and
t the people believe'that he means.,to other ignorance of a similar charac- insure just administration of'the'Government season. a r

r, :, do right. The ''President means to ter. ,W e have no doubt he expressedhis the preservation of their liberties', the and.pleasant.autumn greets us. We

r I justify the confidence of the people 'honest sentiments and reflected security of their individual i interests, and have every evidence activity at

who have elevated him to his the promotion? ;] the'general'', welfare, than our wharves. The 'arrival of four
.high public opinionat;: the North. the policy proposed by the Republicans
position. It is .a, ,hard task to ad- therefore,,vote theDemocratic picket.. The steamships a week, running on reg'u1ar.

minister the affairs of sucha; government THE Lancet.' states that a German minority. on..the other hand, either because schedules to New York and

..t as ours. The greed for office observer has.found that.cowsmilked; I they honestly:entertain different'opinion, Charleston ; a fair proportion of sail-

.has become, intensified. .The unworthy ''three times a day give much more .. or for some other reason,choose to,vote with ing vessels, brisk trade.in:: .lumber,

'. press forward with ;milk than when milked twice only the Republicans ; so that parties aredividedin and a.fair, demand for .merchandise
more ,
l : b, the South precisely as they are in the
,r poiiticians'- and.,that! 'the proportion, .fat.is. .' ,the North, and will continue to be, I suppose, as are all encouraging signs of progress.. Pure.

. are forced to endorse their 'same in, both cases. long as the same reasons.. for these, differencesexist. Our,county finances. arejn excellent, THIS POWDER NEVER VARIES. A
1ii whoie-
$ and
of purity, strength
workers and helpers. There is little condition, and: our city affairsare, in someness. More economical than the ordinary
THE further. .examination. ; of the In answer to your inquiry whether an
E for the good financial condition. We need kinds, and cannot be sold in competition
opportunity expression of the
Archduke: ,.Rainess papyri Vienna;: interchange of political speakers of both par- with the multitude of low-teat, short-
d.: honest will of the people,in regard-to has'led to the discovery of{ interesting ties between the North and South, in future more attention to the details of city weight alum or phosphate powders.
an -
ea ; E& the merits of applicants for office: and ,valuab campaigns would be acceptable, in. this State, government, to be sure; but it is in ,Sold ROYAL only BAKING in cans. POWDER CO-
In view of all these difficulties it is ,fragment I'would say, very emphatically_ ; yes. Any the power of the voters to choose 48 10G Wall Street, New Fork.
'F : This copy dates speaker,''of any party (1e neaning- ,himself '
t wonderful that so largea proportionof from.the second century.- Hithert6th respectably, would, 'be'sure of a* dld'recep; more efficient public officers. Warranty and Mortgage Deeds!

the appointments. have been well,, liot.known'to tion and a patient hearing anywhere in Ken- T INEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZES
were -
papyri contain THE Times-Union gives an amusing en
of -
bestowed. tucky, unless he should attempt to excite ,JLJ Samples sent upon receipt -
f" r more of Homer than some fragments illustration of the conceit stamp.
r The Democratic party has been : social prejudice or sectional strife, by reopening ;and AddressFLORIDA. MIRROR.2ff .
of the Iliad. the buried issues of the ,war! In previousness of a New York fruit.f Fernantlina, Fla.

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DRY GOODSAND .' Winter I have Goods just'received ever brought, beyond to Fernandina question, the=finest"consisting assortmentof of Col- Trunu' {;, Towel:, S SFCIds:, B&nQker! o nierBoiery: : loUon a t s, Noveltie o o t es:,

ored Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Blankets are, ,among

my specialties; Gloves and'Hosiery in great variety;' HATS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, RIBBONS,

FAMILY GROCERIES, PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS Jewelry" Stationery, :Rubber Stamps, Etc.


French and English Cashmeres, Merinos, Embroideries, Laces,A Silk and Linen 'Handkerchiefs:;Ribbons, 'REMEMBEI: ,-sa
Delaines,Satines, Lusters, Prints, '
Alpacas Seersuckers a choice lot of Family Blan- .. Feathers, Satines, Pique's, Ginghams, and in short everything. to
kets, Flannels of all colors (Red:Blue, be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment.' Special : ROUSSELL'S BARGAIN STORE-OLD POST-OFFICE STAND :
White, Brown, Olive, Opera, etc.,) attention is directed to my large and varied assortment'ofMBOYS' '
Irish Linens, Towels, Napkins.
Doileys,Table Linens and Cov- SECOND STREET. ,
ers of beautiful design and
finish,Irish and Hamburg MEN CLOTHING
Edgings, Embroideries,
Laces and Shawls, J. &, T. KYDD.

which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at
READY.MADE CLOTHING, astonishingly, low prices. Suits equal to custom-made :at 'one-' ,
S' 'f half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear and, ..
Broch e (plaid and all- Furnishing Goods of every description. ,* I STOCK. JUST RECEIVED:: Ji
Wool), Broadcloths, Doe-
skins, Satinet Jeans. Cotton >
Flannels, White Goods, Shirt- HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES ft IJI i [ NEW FALL DRESS GOODS !I
ings,Sheetings;Gents' FurnishingGoods ; P
Hats. Caps Umbrellas, Boys J ,. 0 .
and Gents'Suits of latest Satchels style Ladies'and finish and- for Men, Ladies and'Misses, of all sizes,at low prices. :In Domestic ',' ',
,Trunks,Valises, =
Gents' Shoes,Gaiters Hosiery, Ladies and Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains,,and'l'will not be CASHMERES, .
Children's Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear, undersold. Linens and White 'Goods .are among'my specialties. i :
Attention is also directed to my large assortment of' .. Plaids,' Prints,' Ginghams, ;.etc., ,

CARPETINGS HOUSE-WRNISHrNTG' 'GOODS .. Blankets, Quilts, Comfortables,

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comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit.!? Give mea S

Mattings, Rugs, Oil-Cloths, etc. call. All orders by,mail promptly.' attended", 'at'. ... VEEt.LC: >VV P.a. JCES. ;

Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and <
China Ware, Goblets, Tumblers Bowls,


Furniture, Chairs Tables, Spring :..
Beds, Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, .' iii is REPLETE WITH NEW GOODS OF FASHIONABLE CUT AND
and a great, variety not mentioned here. ,CENTRE STREET, \ ,"t. .DESIRABLE FABRIC. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY: y

< ,,, ,.fff '. 4,"" .. :s ,' .. SUITS 'MADE"'TO ORDER BY BROWNING, .KING .
All'the above was purchased by the Pro- I '. .
New York, at the : INA. :: &,CO., NEW: YORK. 'FIT GUARANTEED.,
prietor while recently P1 EJR.: .d. .D d.'t' ft a: .
will be .. "" ,. ,. : V ":
VERY 0" *. \ y' I,,' .l' : .r'.. c:1. >:>tit. I. "-
sold Havins at.a small been living established profit FOR in East CASH.Florida T'I!, '4",. .. ;:1.'T ", v' : \'.. :' 1 u I' NEW FALL STYLES IN GENTS' HATS 11 II ;;

since 1853,and in this city since 1861,I hope
and to receive a large share of the .
expect .r
public patronage,and will endeavor to make J Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. e


\\ SSOrders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to -
in popular the future Stores, as in in the the city.I past. one of the most 1/1/ rm(I SUMMER 1111 mIl GOODS l lt I I m I Ilil'l ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. :

offer ray best thanks for past favors. II'' I"I' I 4 J & T.Northeast KYEE: : ,Wrl
corner Centre and Third Sts., 'fI1
Fernandina, Nov.H, 188;). AT I
-. '' NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. r} FERNANDINA, FLA. Nk
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Offers for the approaching Holidays a ,fine .i :JFIJ.C>EtID.A: SEEt.VJ:: :CE].
assortment of Solid and Rolled .S


Ladies.and Gentlemen's

Gold i Silver Watches, OF-

CLOCKS OF' ALL KINDS: Silks, Satins, Pongees, Grenadines, Nun's Veiling,

Silver Ware in Large Variety, .',' .r : '

Buntings and White Goods of.'all Descriptions, ,," i iT +
1i21-SPECTACLES.r .- ,< /
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REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT tn ," ;' ., .:" ....!. \ ,. !f,!':.

REASONABLE RATES.' : ',' ''E "T. '
u I II. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ill i, :'''!'t.:.:rT' S :' '"."

No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. +, \\1"'.1 ...;,;,":, "G

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Call and examine my stock. .. \i iProposed f

.Centre Street.,
Fernandina',Nov. 14,1S8s.NOTICE ;SHADES, WALL PAPER, etc., our stock is complete. Sailings for October and November, 1885.
I Steamers: leave'Pier :.'.0,:E.R.. at 3 p in.. Steamers leave Fernandina,p.m.
OF REMOVAL. Our SHOE STOCK will ,compete; in i assortment and price;'with any. STEAMERS. Lv. NEW YORK. Lv. FERNANDINA.

R. G., McQUITTYMERCHANT: in the State.: Carondelet..Tuescb'Iy.Noveinber 10. Saturday,.November: '14. I
City" of SanAntonio..Friday.November{ 13. Wednesday, Novem. 18.

TAILOR, CLOTH, and HAT DEPARTMENT' (-up' stairs).' embraces 'a line .of State of Texas..................Tuesday, November 17. Saturday, November 21.

Has removed his business to the rooms overMeddaugh's i Goods that cannot be excelled in the State from the Carondelet.......:....;..........Friday, November 20. Wednesday, Novem. 25.
grocery store, on Centre street. -- ; cheapest Cottonade::
He has received an assortment of seasonable This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
to fine: line of is manufactured. :, 0 offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION 'TO SHIPPERS. OF
goods for gentlemen's wear,and is preparedto up as a. Diagonals as . York, .
y '\ VEGETABLES, and others.
make them up to suit all .tastes in the : FRUITS,
best style. In ALPACAS,.PONGEES and SEERSUCKERS, we are offering The traveling-public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LTh"E.and UNSURPASSED
-J3S*Repairing neatly done. .. .. ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close'
I Fernandina Fla.,July 12, 18g4. bargains, .to make room for ,our Fall,'stock. I connections at FERNAXDIffA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
ROAD 'for J'ACKSOXVI'ALE, and theme hv Steamers to aU points on the ST.
Valuable Orange Lands for SaleTracts 'JGST" Orders by mail promptly attended to. : .. JOHNS, OCKLA'V AHA and IXDIAK ,RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
and the
containing twenty acres each of RAILROAD for OCALA.and with FLORIDA-TROPICAL RAILROADfor
choice high hammock land on Orange Lake -
suitable for orange growing and truck farm- ,, : MODE BUO'S LAKE WEIR. .
ing,are now offered for sale. These landsare : : : -. : THROUGH BILLS OF. LADING TO ALL POINTS.
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very conveniently situated for transpor- "'' '. :.. .,'- ,.', :'-, For freight,passage rates,and schedules, or further information, apply to
tation, by water orrail and will be sold on :' :: .\: -:: CENTRE STREET FERNANDINA,,.FLA., ; {
\ R. W. Agent
terms .
to snit purchasers. Titlesare unques : ", "' t .,. ,, ::. ,
tionable. Also valuable timber lands in : y"'r 1 .. j FERNANDINA FLORIDA..
large bodies. G. R. FAIEBAKKS.February ,t ., .:' :;:' ';:: t :' : : :T'. ? : & ., : r 'I
1G. 1882.: Fernandina, Fla. ; 't \... :: 1':" : .. ... ._ : /, 'C., H., Pier MALLORY 20 East Rive'C9 NPW York. : 51Y"O' -

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'1 GENERAL; DIRECTORY* ,:: Sheriff;( : .Wt .f. EppersonLake Butler. I MADISON COUNTY. In the:Circuit Court,. >j }.:,.:? *-*>-, 3 S.'H.::'ij' .';.. :. 3'r .'.
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,. Colkctor"of. Revenue'. Bullberfy Baynes, County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: NASSAUCOUNTY. ...7 y o r: V v '
''> United States' Officers. Starke. .. V N '- .f l :s
: 4'Superintendent son. *-' : .* /- Y
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Schools J. L. :
LAND OFFICE, GUNESVILLE..R.eguter.L. of Sheriff S. ParramoreV; :Madison v: .. ", "II ...'''' Q
Butler. -* ...
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A. Barnes, Gainesville. ,' C'lerk-John.l\I.BeggsMadis: ALONZO.B.. : : NOYES. ; ; .. 310: :"S (j; :
em COUNTY. _. Superintendent of Schools? -Samuel J. ; 0
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville.. j. v ; v Perry; vs: : =!t. { \

Surveyor-General F. McClellan.. -' -.,'. -. County Judge-James., A. McCroryj. ; .City. Madison. ELLEN: 'E.:WADLEKtH.and.} Chancery. ::-"===: :; '
"' Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. .
.Point. 'r' 4 County I JOHN H. WADLEIGH. j x.s (t'H .
DISTRICT COURT. .. :.. Ceik-'A..A :Stewart ituftJl : Collector of Revenue-B. V. \ adsworth,. C__" _. ._..'" b>_ \.
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'* *is A-,*: BlLl>,JIAVINa BEEN: FILED. IN '--' tr:; _. .
Judge .r .
>4 Thomas Settle, Jacksonville; Sheriff M. E. English, Titus'1ll:, Madison.. : "1" ,:+ -< .' ':::C'i; ..;;.. '
Jfarshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville.ClerkPhilip"Walter .- ..GfUeetorof&cvenus-J.'F, Reed.'Titusville. MANATEE. .COUNTY. ; ::..tl.;: the .above' entitled'caui; e, anil'e!. .... ,. p .... :::..'-.. '--;:::
9 '. "V J i issued thereiei -and <" -
;. Jacksonville.: 1 Sclo&s-Jobn'H. Laws T" regularly ; it;apj'earjng ::- :; ::-o
M1.g" -SltperirOeiideht of County Judges-John: .G.JV bb, Manatee. that. the ::defendtintskEllen-'E.S l : ; .: Wadleigli ".a: .c c ".5'. ::j
INTERNAL BEVENCE.oUector .' ... .City Point.' Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee, : : and John H. Wadleigh 'reside beyo.nd'the rL.... 3'::. 'S;rahJ 1CT 'tj'

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COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. ;'. rrC&un/y?' Jutfye-William CIFk. .fl .. Collector oj .Revenue-Henry E. Carlton;, of the United States; :=.."TT*.5 ti fid *M. HHffl
'C'lerk-James' 8.Fannin.. .:-**<* >, Fort Green. It is therefore ordered that defendants : (t ": .
John.W. Howell, Fernandina." -- ;..;.. (!) :::. < ;:
Edwin Higgins Jacksonville. ''Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. ,\ Superintendent of Schools':-Felix. ,Seward.;., Ellen'E. Sr Wadleigli-and the said John H.Wadleighi.do =-

7 i (' John F. House,, St. Augustine.,. :- ,: Treasurer:-P. Richards. Pine Level.: '" appea1 '':in ,the said Circuit ............ C 'c.-= :: ::> .....I..
Collector of Revcn =Joel P. Atkins. MARION COUNTY.' ; k Court'and demur, ;or'answer'the said CD *5 -CT5 t-3;
x Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Coxwell. bill on or before the first.Monday in November HH2frcCIsS .
i State Officers. County Judge-J.vH. Williams, Ocala. |
'* CLAY COUNTYC Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. next, A. D. 1S85':; otherwise the state- :
ments, averments and charges in said bill <" S"e. "'=
g; EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County; Judge-J.. T. 'Copeland, Orange) Cheritf-E. Williams, Ocala. contained will be taken confessed and as a
' V Governor-Edward A Perry, Tallahassee. Park, Collecor of ..Ret'C1meV.. P. Trantham,.' decree pro confesso entered therein in con- -2, o'....{=.G= 0 ;=::.
Lieutenant- Governor Milton H. Mabry, Clerk-G.-N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. formity to the rules regulating such causes. :M cayr.> .
James W. DeWitt Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne c:. '..
Leesburg. Sheri, .Fernan ina, Fla.. September 19. 1885. .-. -;: o c xc-? a
State-John L. Crawford Tal- Springs.Collector. Fort McCoy. Qtc
+r Secretary of : JOHN A. EDWARDS, -
I -'V.. J. Wilson .Green -.stj8
lahassee. 44 Clerk Circuit. Courts.Nassau_Co.,'Fla. '< ;::.' OooI,
4 Oo/nptroUer-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of- Schools-Geo. W. Hall, County .Judge-Chas. Baron, Key West .O =..--cr:1c-;; o ."'"' Q
Treasurer-E. S. Crill.Attorney'GeneralC. .McRae. In the Circuit a = \
Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Court, ... -
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-M. Cooper, Tallhaassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. -. <:: ,.... ...
a Sheriff George A. Demerritt; Key West: FOURTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT, NASSAU -- = .., m .
County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue Mason S. Moreno, ;-::. ... ... c.'UJ 1> 1"""
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Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell .. uJ
Clerk-John Vinzant Jr., City. Key: West. ; :: Z
Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-c. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key oa- 0ea g (.!.,) Z

,Russell; Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City.Sheffield. "r est. ELVIRA C HORSEY, EMILY (7 -_ t: -::+- o

rtM Adjuta1l.t-General-Da.vid Lang. Superintendent of Schools Vf. A. ,. NASSAU COUNTY. A. NOYES. E. P. NOYES ::! tj;: ": .
At i SUPREME COURT. Lake.City. and CHARLES A.. NOYES, po"-" tj;
Clinton J. 'Baker
County Judge Fernan-
.t" BADE. vs. In -C t-- tj;
,. Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter. dina. V } Chancery. 8QO
,A Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- E. ELLEN E.S.'V ADL'EIGIl,JOHN I IH. .00..
{ County Judge-Allen Clerk-J. A. ,-Fernandina. p Z-C-! .. m
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+ hassee. W. Faulkner. ADLEIGII, ALONZO: -.0 -
Clerk-T. Sheriff-John Ellermann, Fernandina. B. NOYES. J J JA I:) mJ.:..>
Associate Justice -R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, Sheriff Win. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Win; H. Garland, Fer- .:.. 0
4rt+,, Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wra. Ewan. nandina. BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN p = morjf's m

it Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of-Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Fevenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer-. the above entitled cause and process C? :; 7-Z

CIRCUIT. JUDGE. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. regularly issued therein, and it appearing

tai' First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, that two of the said defendants, to wit,
,1+ t sacola. Evergreen. E. S. Wadleigli and John H. Wad-

T y+ Ii,,t, Second Circuit-David S. Walker Tallahassee. sonville.Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan leigh, reside beyond the limits' of the State ., 'f; ... i.Jt;; 1.....:,;.>1 ',-'':; ..; < -;:.,
of Florida
dina. to wit., in one of the United
Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. States
L Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel .P., Smith, ack-- ORANGE COUNTY. It'is; ,
'' Fourth Circuit -Janies M. Baker; Jackson ordered that the said defen-. ,\ ;'
'i ; sonville. County J1.tdge-J L. Bryan, Orlando. dants, the said .Ellen E., S. Wadleigli and "

'.+ ;r.l i ville. Circuit Thomas F. King Gaines- Collector of Revenue--Moses .7. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. John H. Wadleigli, do appear in the said' : ;f I ,.a,1 .. .t, J tA. ;" :,:.
Fifth '" .1.
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Jacksonville. Collector Revenue
ville. "- of -F. T. Hardeman, Or- Circuit Court and demur, plead or answer '.' :". .., .

1i,r4 Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-William H.Bab-. lando. the said bill on or before the first Monday ., ;.:'; Ii,,'; .-., t
cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools John T. Beeks in November
ILd Seventh Circuit E. K. Foster, Sanford. . next, A.D. 1885, otherwise the '"
u .R. ESCAMBIA. Orlando. statements, averments and charges in said ;:.: f{ '.: ; .j; .
Suveyor-J. 0. Fries Orlando. bill contained will be taken as confessed,. .I
Court Calendar County Jud Walter Tate. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs Wilcox. and '; I
decree. pro confesso entered therein in .
Clerk-F. E. de la Rua.
FIRST CIRCUIT. SheriffJoseph'Vilkius.TrearnrerJ. POLK. conformity to the rules regulating such \ ." '. .': : :

Fall Term- S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. causes. 5. ,.
,. '8 Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Fernandina, Fla., SeptembE'r.19.1885. .; :';':; "".''' :
+ Walton, 4th Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. JOHN A. EDWARDS, I :!i .. .'J,b ., <
Holmes, Wednesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-N. B.. Cook. Sheriff Treasurer W.F.H.F.Jonson.Beville. 44 Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. .

1t in October. FRANKLIN --'f ;'" ;:
,b .f ,+ f Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Ret'enue-J. D. Till is. Notice of .t ..,
Countg Judge-"Robert G..Baker. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. Insolvency. .,, .'
q"fit in October. ..
Clerk J. A. Atkins. :;
: k%' Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th ])Monday Sheriff- S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. IN Florida COUNTY: Whereas COURT'Fred, Nassau W. Hoyt County, ad-, .>':' -'. ''i. .

a October. Treasurer-R..H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S.Hough ton Palatka. ministrator :.r" 'i:!
Escambia 1st in December. : of the estate of W. S. Rawson,
} Monday Collector of Revenue George'A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward,Palatka. deceased, late of the county aforesaid hav- ;i.
tt This 10 act, amended 1879, and section does not 2 of change act of February the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. ing filed in the officeof: the County Judgeof 'f'. J..l.f..L.\' .... ;. ':1'">.,r':' ': 4';,,,:'" ";.'," ;

Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. said written
Term. t ,, GADSDEN. county, suggestion of the
Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, .insolvency of said estate, notice is, hereby. : ; "
R. Hams. .
+ THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. :,
r Palatka. given to all persons having claims or de-
Spring Term- .Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. ;
s Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. mands of any nature whatever against said "

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

r + Hamilton, 4th :Monday in.April.Suwanee Superintendent of Schools-C. E., L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. county, on or before the 13th day of Octo- THE FLORIDA
ber A. D. 1885> at which time there-will .. ..
Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner,
Pry'. 1st Monday after 4th Monday .,]7tI
ti 'Ior ; ''.F
J"t' ''
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.....in April. HAMILTON COUNTY.' Perry. pro rata payment to creditors entitled I :
't s Columbia3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. County Treasurer: :-D. S. Button, Perry. thereto and the Administrator discharged. rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.

4i p in April. c Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper.,_ County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Witness my hand and seal as County
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Judge of said county, this 10th day of Fernandina -
A. D. 1865. ,
April. Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. April,
Schools J. N.: Reid H. J. BAKER,
FaU'TermTaylor Superintendent of ,
County Judge-John Chain. Towns on R. R. Line.
County Judge.
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper.
t Clerk-R. R. Shepard. Fernandina Gmo
April 111885.
4'' ; October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. And Cedar
4.r; Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams. The time of the final distribution in the Key.

'y }',, Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David.Tinner. above-mentioned estate has been postponedto
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S November 3, 1885.
t 'i.4 in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecan to. I ST. COUNTY. H. J. BAKER,
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- tine.County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- td County Judge. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

t 4 Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday :xille.Superintendent of Schools-' W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. number of the most eligible and desirable
in October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, Augustine DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC

-i FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
l''',, Spring Term- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. ESTADLISI-IED 1S7ti.N .

f ) St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, City or Suburban Residences,
Clay, 4th Tuesday inMarch. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. Augustine..
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES UPON EASY TERMS.

.a Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES.: Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville.
.l" ," Diival, 1st Tuesday in May. Sheriff-J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
"{ Fall Term- County Judge-A.
f Collector of .Revenue-I. N. Withers, Lees-
yr St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-T. H. Pitman. burg.Superintendent. & CO.. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

,, Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. S/terOf{ Thornas N. Ellis. of Schools-C. F. Venable,
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Sumterville. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker.

: 1 Nassau Duval,1st 3d Tuesday Tuesday in in November.October. Superintendent of JACKSON.Schools-Whitnell Curry. County Clerk-J.Judge W.SUWANEE Newman M. W.COUNTY.Phillips Live Oak., Live Oak. =1 PHARMACISTS 1= erty purchased substantial improvements

1 .' FIFTH CIRCUIT. F. Baltzell. for residence, or in which to conduct their
4 County Judge Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
j Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Centre Street.FERNANDINA ,
;+ Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. business.

ri? ; Marion, 4th Tuesday in March., Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell,
w ,r 1 Putnam, 2d Tuesday after,4th Tuesday in Co7.1ector.of Rel'enue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. I FLORIDA, INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTURERS -

JVh March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
1 c Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Enter- constantly on hand a fine assort' by exemption for a term of years from
James H. Chandler
h March. JEFFERSON. County Judge- KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR
Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. EIGN and DOMESTIC: taxation, offered by the several cities and
in April. Sheriff I). B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise.

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

A a Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Mon ticello': I. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New Fernandina.
Putnam 2d in County TreasurerW. M. Girardeau Mon Smyrna.
i 4' Tuesday November. ,
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Office, Dury building (up stairs),

., ; Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Revenue-J.' H. Tucker;Mon County Judge-R. S. Smith. comer Centre and First streets.
4 in November. ticello. Sheriff Charles Alligood,Crawfordville.. Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
I, SEVENTH' CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. 'Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

Y', r Spring Term County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, FINE TOILET ARTICLES, .
+ F Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sherijjr C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. : .

V' V Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. County Treamrer-W. W. Walker, Craw
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNew fordville. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., <5 ;
Dade,3d Monday in April. I Troy. Collector of Revenue-:J. J. Pearce,. Craw- 1f. i

,t fall Term- I County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New fordville. IN GREAT 'VARIETY. ,c4 t ilr'f;
i! Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON.County'JudgeDaniel ;

N w Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. McLeod, Sr. : :.

Brevard, 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Physicians'.' Prescriptions H -i: J*--f' ;%; @!." 'ijIS-.s1{ $;; "

2d :Monday in November. I LEON COUNTY. Sheriff--John C. McSween. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at : :,.i=:; : : .
tIfV Treasurer-James E. Bowers. ...'.;: ?li" '
'County. Officers. County Judge-E. M. West,Tallahassee. Collector of Rerenue'v. B. McLeod. reasonable prices.SEWING. ,::1.. ..... fe.,L",,,, '.;.f &"":''"'!'.''i.,'..'.'i''f",'.,''; j ; ?;",,.,,.-
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f r Sheriff-John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-G. C. Gunn. I\fr! .
ALACHUA. ClerkC. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. MACHINES ..''. : : ; 'o" '' '' w-,,:":..,:.. ,
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County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, WASHINGTON. i ':.... 41!,;;: f ,: ': J:'
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County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ..
Tallahassee. ., .
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ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, .' )i't'k",'. '"!"'" 1.;.,: .,;
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer J. L. Clerk-D. D. Melvin. 'f.tJf .
Demilly Tallahassee. .' !;; )::tf\; ,*.;: ,: '
r' D Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce 'Talla Sheriff S. W. Davis. .. :
Treasurer For Sale Manufacturers' PricesALSO ; ."f.-:; ,:,. : it.:.:t ;r.i1t; ; 'l1'. .
GollcctoroJRenenue-H.C.llentonGaines hassee. -Thomas J. Miller. "'. '; 'Iff:$ '' '' :jp''''
'U ville. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Refenue-10hn Roche. .;..<..F. ,"'?! ;.::.ii:'; :.::;,.'t ,",.),
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Superintendent of Schools. -W. N. Sheats, Superintendent of Schools-Henry.Bush. ";
Clerk : ,
-J. M. Barco Bronson. ( ;
Gainesville. Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. every description; and : -V'S j[{
BAKER COIDi'TY.County ATTACHMENTS any Sewing Machine :
Collector of Revenue W. H.. Anderson, Notice for Final Discharge. <' \ -. >->'T
,, ,, Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. t .. for sale.S01d '; ;
; C'ltrk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. of Schools-Jas.' P. DePass IX MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST : {
Sheriff-J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. publication of this notice I will presentto Machines repaired at moderate, :
: the Hon. H.J..Baker of Probatefor """,:,. .. .; ".r. ; ,.,!A ,: ..
Collector of Revenue -J. W. Burnsed, San LIBERTY. Judge prices. '. --! .t-f.t'5f't..1t.I, < >..,..;.. ." ,
Nassau final accounts and HENRY -- -
county HOBEIN
t derson. .my .
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Superintendent of Schools Wm. Lessene, County Judge R. Hosford. vouchers as executor of the estate of Corner Third and Ash Streets, .
Sanderson.', Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. WILLIAM MARSON deceased., and ask for a; 8 Fernandina, Fla.THE" .
BRADFORD Sheriff D. G. Harrell. final discharge.

County -J. Richard, Lake Butler. I Collector 7rea.mrer-J.of Revenue-L.E. Roberts.G. Wilder. JOHN. A. ELLERMANN, :MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING send for our Select list of .
i. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake :Butler. Superintendent Schools Executor. is noted for the artistic manner. ADVERTISERS apers. Geo. P. Rowell & Co.
of T.J. '
r Gregory. Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m in which it executes all kinds of Printing. 10 Spruce Street :New York.


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CARD CENTRAL Orleans and Texas points and the West and

FLORIDA.RAILWAY NAVIGATION COHPASY) ;, WESTWARD.: Railroad of Georgia for all'points West and
Northwest. Charleston
No.l. No. 5. and Savannah Rail-
October 12 1885. .Day Pass. Way Fr't. way for all points :North, with steamships
Leaye"Jacksolvllle.7.308m' 11.30 p m for New York Boston and Baltimore._ At
Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.10 a m 12.30 a m Charleston with steamships for New York
TRANSITPENINSULAR. DIVISION; Leave Baldwin........ and
Y T s 2Fv .;., 8J3 am 1.30 a m Philadelphia Baltimore .
(FER.Y i nINA TO .CEDAB KEY:) ". ,Lake City.....,.... 9.45 am 4.50 a m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rait-

r M (Central,'or'Ninetleth.Meridlant: Time.) Live Oak............10.33 a m 6.50 a m and Steamship connections, and Baggage-
GOING SOUTH. ," Madison............11.57 a m 9.45 a m Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
Monticello.........12.15 pm' and sections secured at Company's office in
Day Pas. Nt Pas Arrive Tallahassee....... .I Astor's Building 84
r 5 a r ti ifi rsuF i 2.00 p m 3.00 pin Bay street and at Depot -

................ A.Ml: P.M. I Leave Tal.lahassee..2.06 p m 3.45 p m Ticket Office, and on board People's
Leave Fernandina :10.10 5.00 11
Quincy............. 3.10pm 5.55 p m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEB
r irs Leave Hai't's'Road Junction...10.35 5.32 Arrive and JENNIE '
r4't Chatta. River... LANE.
4.40 8.00
Arrive Callahan....................11.27 6.35 : p- m p m JAS. L. TAYLOR.

Leave Callahan. .....:..............11.33 6.50 EASTWARD. General
Passenger Agent.
No. 2. No. 6.
Leave Dutton.................. ..;..12.05 7.38 DayPass. Freight.
Leave Brandy.Branch.............12.21 7.57 Leave Chatt'chee River.11.00 am 8.30 pm
rI Y.T2 Arrive Baldwin....................12.40 8.25 ': Quincy.............12.44pm '10.15am Florida Southern Railway Co.

Leave Baldwin.....................12.47 9.00 Arrive Tallahassee...:.. 1.52pm 12.15am
,e.Vr I Leave Maxville......;.............. 1.10 9.25 Leave u Tallahassee ........ 2.00 p in 4.00 a'm ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING .

-T Leave Highland.............;....... 1.30 9.47 Monticello.......... 2.45 p m
*a tlr .Leave Lawtey........................ 1.45 10.03 "' Madison ............ 4.26 pm 9.25 am SOUTH.
Leave Temple's..................... 2.03 10.22 Live Oak..._...... 5.46pm 12.40pm Accom. Fast Mail.
Leave'Starke.......:...............: 2.26 10.30 4'. Lake.City.......... 6.40pm 3.20 pm. Daily ex.Sun.' Daily..
? ,Leave Thurston................... 2.41 '10.46 Arrive Baldwin............ 8.10pm 6.15pm Lv. Jacksonville, via
Arrive Waldo......................?. 3.02 '11.10 Leave. Baldwin........:... 8.13 p m 6.50 p m !I J. T. & K.W. R'y..................'. 7.45 am'
_.. _- i. __,,,,,, -- ;;;;;- .. .. .... Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.52pm 8.10pm Lv. St. Augustine via
..= -- .' Leave Waldo ... ........ 3.15 ......
_. --. "" -_ "- ,7.i-' .-_:_.--__9 ..:. >15 -' = Leave Gainesville.................. 4.00 ....,.. i, Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will Lv.St.Palatka John's Railway................. 7.45 a m f
; Fla.
-= .. ,A e.Ii' f ,- ''.' _C Leave'Arredondo................... 4.23 ...... not run west of Tallahassee. Sundays, but 4.50 p m 9.45 a m
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.. =" _. ...... 6.30
dDUfNPuB.CD.NY "ar" -: 'Ir.E= -- ........ .-. will run :Mondays. p m 10.50 a In
,Leave Palmer..... ; : .: .. 4.36 ...... Ar. Wait's

Leave Archer........................ 4.56 ...... ST. ,MARK'S BRANCH. Ar..Rochelle.Crossing.............,.,.... 7.55 p m 12.00 11.31 a n'n m

Leave.Bronson...................... 5.29 ...... Leave Tallahassee........................ 7.30am Lv. Rochelle............... 9.05 8.40pm p m 12.20 p m
A;; B. NO YES Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.13Leave ,.,...' ArriveWakulla............................ 8.47am Ar..Gainesville..........,. 9.30am '12.45pm
:; Rosewood ...................6.53 ...... Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.15am Ar. Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p m
-DEALER .INMILYGROCERIESIIEYY.- :Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.25 ...... Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a.m Ar. Ocala_................... 2.00 a m ,2.20 p m \

GOING NOKTH. Arrive Waknlla...........'..............;...10.28 a m Ar. South Lake Weir.. 5.25 a m 3.17 p m

Day Pas.:M Pas. Arrive Tallahassee......;................11.45 a m Ar.iLcesbnrg: ............... 7.00 a m 3.55 p m y

FA SUPPLIES ]J..S? i .A*M. ......; Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm
Leave Cedar Key..................- 7.30 ...... CONNECTIONS.At Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p 111
,Leave'Rosewood.................... 8.05 .....: Lv. '
.. ........... Jacksonville,-with Waycross Line for Leesburg, St.Johns
Leave Otter Creek. ; 8.32 ...... & Lake
all North and Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00
Bronson........... ........... 9.15 ....... points ; with the-Fernan- p m
Leave '
Grain Ar. Fort Mason........ .
Hay and Ship Stores dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan .... ... ...... 4.45 p ra,
.......... ... ..... ... .
Leave Archer.. 9.46 .
.t. dina and with Steamers for all Lv. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.55 m
; points on p
Leave Palmer.......................10.03 ......
'the St. Johns River, St Augustine, etc. Ar. Altoona................ ............ 5.30pm
Leave Arredondo.....1...........10.18 ......
: AtlBaldwin: with Florida'Transit & Pen- Ar. Astor...._............... Daily. 6.45pm
ND.GROGKERY Leave Gainesville..10.44 .;.... Lv. Fort Mason............10.00
SIOYES insular Division for Gainesville a m 5.00 m
fURNITURE I Ocala, Fer- p
Arrive Waldo...... .. ............11.28 ...... nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. Ar. Eustis....................10.10 a m 5.10 p m

A. M. At Live Oak with the Savannah Ar.: Tavares _.,......,....,10.40 a ni 5.30 ra
Florida p
Leave Waldo.........................11.53 2.30p. &Western Railroad. Ar.Lane Park..............11.00 a m 5.45 p m

HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE, 'ETC. Leave Thurston..12.15. si. 2.55 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch GOING (NORTH. j

Leave Starke..........................12.48 3.18 Railroad I on Tuesdays-Thursdays Sat- Daily. Fast Mall.

Leave Temple's..........::........12.53 3.23 urdays. Daily.Lv. .
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.N. Leave Lawtey.................... 1.09 3.46 At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Astor ..................... -............ 7.30 a m
. cola & Atlantic Railroad'for Marianna. Pen- Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30
Leave Highland.....; .. ... ;;. 1.30 4.08 p m 8.40 a ra.
Leave Maxville...................-....< 1.47 4.35 :sacola, Mobile,:Montgomery,.New ,Orleans, Lv. Altoona................. 8.50am, '

Centre and Second Sts,, Fernaiidiiia, Fla. Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.06 5.05 Louisville. and all points West, Southwest, Lv. Tavares..;........... 3.50 phI 8.55 a m,
E. corner ? : Leave B.1ldwln.2.10- 5.35 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa-- :Lv. Eustis............:...... '4.20 p m 9.15 a'm
lachicola Columbus and Eufaula. .
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.27 5.58 .Ar. at Fort Mason from
The Shortest and 'Best Route to
Leave'Dutton..?..;................... 2.42 6.14 all points West., Quickest Lane Park.............- ., 4.30 p m 9.20 a m
Arrive Callahan..........-.......... ,3.10 6.55 Ar.'at Fort Mason from .
For information routes
Leave Callahan..............:....... 3.15 7.10 respecting rates, Astor:..:.....;...........:. 9.40am.
etc. applyto General Ticket Office Fernan-
Leave Hart's Road Junction..., 4.12 8.12 dina, or to the Company's offices,in Jack-. Lv. Fort Mason......-..... 9.50 a m

H. Eo DOTTERERINVITES Arrive Fernandina.4.40 8.50 sonville. Ar.'Leesbur ...:..:........ 10.35 a m

.1j'd.'J'- Day Passenger(daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths 'Lv. Pemberton's, Ferry' 7.00 a m

ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT: OF Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. secured ,at Company's Depot ,Ticket'Office, ;;Ar. Leesburg................. 10.25am
and at new office southwest corner of Bay'
1'' *. *- *1I 1' DIVISION. and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. Lv. Leesburg............... 6.30 p m; 10.45 a m
{ = of- (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m. 11.18 a m
Gen'l, Ticket: -and .Agent, Ar. Ocala.?.........;,.,.....10.30 p m 12.25 pIn
{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES 1} GOING. SOUTH. Fernandina, Fla.. Ar. Micanopy............,...2.45am 2.05pm
Pas. Nt Pas.,,
Day C. W. MAXWELL, :Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 av m 2.35 p ra.
*. P.M. P.M. .Master of Transportation, Lv. Rochelle................ 3 50
a m ra
Leave Waldo................;....... 3.12 11.25 Jackson ville'Fla- p
Ar. Gainesville.......... 4.20
Leave Dixie.......-......;............. 3.31 11.50 D. ;E.: MAXWELL; a m 3.05 p'ra
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT'OF 1'* ; "* *, A.**. General Superintendent. Lv;Gainesville.?.....,..; 3.00 a m 2.05 p'ni

Leave Hawthorne............ .....3.47 12.10 Fernandina, Fla. Lv. Rochelle............... 4.00 am 2.E5 pm
Leave Lochloosa............:........4.06 12.30 Ar. Wait's Crossing..... 4.40 a m 3.24 p m
FANCY IMPORTED' GROCERIES. Leave Citra..........................: 4.29 11.52 Florida '&Western Ar..Interlachen._.....*..., 6.10 a m 4.06 p m
Leave Sparr's......;....;....... ...: 4.44 1.07 Savannah, R'y. Ar. J,T & K W June..., 7.30ani 4.55pm
Leave Anthony Place............ 4.59 1.22 ,- Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40am 5.10pm
ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS,CAN BE RECOMMENDED: AS Leave Silver Spring............... 5.32 ....... WAYCROSS. SHORT LINE.All Ar. Jacksonville..........., 1.22 p m 7.12 p ra '

Leave Ocala............................ 5.56 2.10 TRAINS., LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .
PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.36 2.55 trains of this road are run is by Central Ocala,-Leesburg..... ............ ) Fast Jlail-
Meridian time which 33 minutes
Leave Oxford........................ 6.52 3.15 ((90th) For Pemberton's Ferry...........}[
OFt I.eave'Vildwood.................... 7.08 3.35 slower than Jacksonville For Astor.................... ............ 11.45 a m
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS Leave Leesburg......:.............. 7.38 4.12 and after 3d 1885 For palatka.............. ) Ex.Sun. ..............
Arrive Tavares....................... 8.10 4.50 ON Trains Sunday will,leave May and,arriveas For Jacksonville......}\ ........... ......?......
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GOING NORTH. follows For St. Augustine.... 3.00 am' 2.05 pm..

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

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

train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa &
n aZ c & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. and New Orleans. Key West Railway and fast river steamersfor

.., .. (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- St. Augustine, Green Cove Spring, Jack-
I ,. GOING SOUTH. ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. sonville, and all points North, East and
H. B. AIKENS A.)1. P.M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- West, and with up-river steamers for South

Leave Fernandina.................. 7.20 3.00 ville to St..Louis via Waycross. Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron

Leave Hart's Road................. 7.46 3.32 FAST MAIL. steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship
Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.45 4.15 "City of Monticello. for. Charleston, New-
Leave Jacksonville daily at..... .... 2:30 p m York, Boston, Philadelphia, etc. :
GOING NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m "
Mail trains make close connection both
A.M. P. M. Leave Chattahoochee''at ..............12:00 m via Jacksonville, & West
:HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. : Leave Jacksonville............... 9.30 5.30 Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m Railway ways ,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Key CoastLine
Leave Hart's Road..10.35 6.25 Leave Callahan.daily at............... 3:15 p m -Fast Mail t
-------- Arrive Fernandina....:.........11.03 6.50 Arrive Waycross: daily at........_.. 5:05 p m At Wait's: Crossing with Florida Railway 3
$SSr- Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at....;........- '6:38 p m .& Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Savannah daily..at......... 8:25 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &
Leave Fernandina..6.50 a. in. 4.30 p.m.. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a.m. i Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savan- ,

FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Arrive JacksonvilleS.15 a. m. 5.50 p. m. Arrive at Washington,D.C., daily..ll:45 p'm nah, New Orleans, and all points North
Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 6.30 p.m.' Arrive at'New York daily at......... 8:00 am East and West; and with Florida Railway ,
Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50 p. in. Pullman Palace'Buffet and Sleeping Cars, & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key

-- Savannah to New York without change.EAST Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa. ::1

y CONNECTIONS.AT FLORIDA EXPRESS. At Ocala, with Florida. Railway '& Navigation :

QV Leave Jacksonville daily aL......... 7:20 p m Company, and hacks for Silver i I

FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55: a m Spring.At _
With New York and Fernandina Steamship Leave Callahan daily.at......._... 8:35 p m Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake I,
Line from New,York on Tuesday, and Leave Gainesville daily at............ 6.00 p m :Eustis Division of the Florida Southern '
for New York on Thursday.. Leave Live Oak. daily at .............. 8.55 p'm ,Railway, and boats on' Lake Harris 'for :

With Sea'Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm ,points on lake. I
@PAPER HANGING KALSOMMNG I I@> and Brunswick,_daily except Sunday.AT Arrive'at Waycross daily at..10:55 p.m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line

CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m for Brooksvilla Tuckertown, Fort Dade
and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m Tampa, and South Florida.

and all points North and West, daily. Arrive at Albany daily at-...........10:30 a m 0. W. BROMWELL,
Arrive Brunswick daily at....... 8:00am General .Pass.Agent.
AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 am SHERMAN CONANT,
To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m General Manager. I:

WILDWOOD. Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m
PAINTING. OF ALL KINDS With Stage'Line to and from Broqksville Arrive at Charleston daily.at..12:45 p m Valuable Orange Lands for Sale
and Tampa daily except Sunday.' Arrive at'Washington daily..10:30 a m Ie

AT CEDAR KEY,''FLA., Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Tracts containing twenty acres each of I!

DONE AT REASONABLE RATES AND IN A FIRST-CLASS'MANNER. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key :Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via choice suitable high for hammock land on and Orange truck farm-Lake I.
"'estand Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross. and Pullman PalaceSlee'pmg orange growing
offered for sale. These landsare
ing, are now
Orleans every Friday; from Key West and Cars via Jesnp, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.: situated for L
Havana every' Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and very conveniently transportation -
by water orrail, andVII be sold on t
SHOP LOCATED IN SWANN'S CONCRETE every Saturday.With Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia terms to suit purchasers. Titles are
Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads' for all'points West and ;
tionable. Also valuable lands in
for and from Key West. Monday and Northwest. I!
bodies. 'G. R. FAIRBANKS
Thursday' for and :Manatee Monday ; Cars Jackson- large !
; Tampa Pullman Palace Sleeping :
FOOT OF CENTRE, STREET.- ; .... and Friday. ville to Louisville via Thomasville. February 16. 1882. Fernandina, Fla. r

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; .j THE FLORIDA MIRROR. A Miraculous Escape.THE ., .I Death of an. Old-' Citizen. that the American citizen engaged in a ,Pork Sausage. -

I Mr. John McDermott,'and old and respected foul business when he tries to show 'his Fresh every week at .
MONTHS I citizen o'f Fernandina! died: at his i thankfulness by murdering innocent crea- WHITNER & SCHUYLEB'S.
.r residence, on Third street, on Thursday last, i tures and gormandizing off: their carcasses.:
tt > OF ENGINEER SHAW. in the 65th his The funeral '. Shoes,.Shoes l. !
Reflections. year of age. That she bought 6ne or those moss rose'

.. The passenger train from Jacksonville, took place'from the Catholic'Church yester- I tea sets of forty-four pieces at Arnow's for dies Again Misses'..arrived a.new.stock.ofGent's La-

Miss Annie Papy has returned from the which isdue here at 7:10 p. m., was wrecked, afternoon. and and Children's Shoes. They
m day $8, as soon as Mr. Grundy gets his,May are of the finest quality and neatly

>4iiti North.1p4 .. on Thursday even'ing'laSt, at Lofton, by a pay she is going to buy one of his toilet set If any one can u .del'8eIl11l I want to made know

P Dr. J. B. Upham arrived in the' city on partially open switch.. The .train,.consisting Thanksgiving Regatta.The of ten'pieces: for 3.75, if they are not sold it, as I haven't heard of a single instance no

Thursday evening. of Engine No. 1. with Engineer Shaw,at the Fernandina Boat' Club have arranged before that time.. to date. W. J. LOHMAX

throttle, a baggage car and passenger coach, a boat'race for Thanksgiving 'Day, November That she has been and
wl' carried 4.500 boxes of house-cleaning,
The' City of Palatka the whole in charge 'of Conductor: Smith, 26th, and extended an invitation to finds that kalsomine'bas made ,Blankets and House Furnishing
Woolsey's '
-i { oranges from this port on Thursday last; left Jacksonville, :on ,time. .Lofton, whichis everybody 'in" the surrounding country to her house look real nice. *'. Goods' at New York prices, atPAUL
Mrs. R. W. Southwick returned from the just this side Hart's Road Junction,_has enter the'contest for prizes. .' PORIU$.

'1 North on the steamship San Antonio this a side track. The engine had just gathered ,The race is open to all boats, that pay the Married, \ v- Dress Goods.

(; ,r week. 4 good headway, runnirigatthe rateof twenty- entrance fee and, comply with the club At New York City, ,by the Rev. Father New fall Dress. Goodsjust received, at

We call the attention of our readers to the five miles per hour, when Engineer Shaw rules. If an ordinary breeze is blowing the Taaff Mr. PATRICK KELLY, of this city, and : J. & T. KYDD'S.

., new advertisements ,of :\lr.'M. Downey and saw by th.e. glare of his: headlight, that race will be over the club course,.from the Miss,LIZZIE A. GREENE, of. Brooklyn.N.. Y.,

)William Lake, the jeweler.The something was wrong with the switch. He steamship dock-to and around Tigerwuoy :formerly of this, city. The Best SmokesCan

steamer Thos. Collycr resumed her immediately put on the full pressure of the and return to starting point. Should the : Union be Cigar had at and,HOYT Buck-Eye& C<(s.Smo6 The Times-

trips between this city and Brunswick, on air brake, 'which registered eighty-five wind be either unusually light or heavy, the i MARINE. Sole Agents. 'mg Tobacco -

the old Cumberland Route, on, Sunday last. pounds. Though not.in time to save the course will be from a stake. boat off steamship .- Port of'Fernandina.-

train from being derailed, his presence of ; dock to and around a stake boat off the Cash Buyers
There will be a meeting of the boat club : HIGH WATER. :

Monday night at the Mayor's office, and mind, perhaps, prevented more .serious dis- ballast dock and return to starting point, :Saturday, Nov.. 14........... 0:49: A.M; 1:12 P. M. 'Will find it to their interest: to buy their
'aster. The engine, tender and baggage car, sailing twice over this course. Sunday, 15.142 'f 2.-06 Clothing, Dre.ss' gods> Flannels White
every member is requested to be present in Monday, '16. .......... 2:36 300Tuesday Goods, Woolens, Notions Shawls
w after leaving the rail, turned over on their Each stake boat to be kept on port side. ", '17.......__ 3:30 V .3:52" Domestics Hosiery'
order to arrange for the regatta. Wednesday ........... at
18 4:25'
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sides but the coach only left the The commodore will indicate the 'course to
passenger .. W. J. LOHMAN'S.
The Carondelet arrived Thursday, '19_.......... 522 5:45
Mallory steamship track:, No one was-injured.. Superintendent. be sailed before the start is made. Prepara- .Friday, .20_......._:-6:15,. ',. 6:37 His prices are positively below those of

from New York yesterday afternoon with a D. E. Maxwell, who. was on the. train, im- tory signal will begiven: ten minutes before ENTERED. competition., -- .
full list of and freight. She will t Thomas .from Brunswick
passengers mediately dispatched a_messenger toJKart'sRoad the startingsignal/' >" Steam-packet Collyer,- ->
Georgia, daily. Fresh Mince Meat.
sail advertised.Mr. .
to-night, as and telegraphed for'a special train to The entrance fee of,one dollar must be ac- Nov. Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from At
Charles Marshal, .brother of FrankW. bring in the passengers and mail, which arrived companied'' with -the"name. of boat and R.New W.York Southwick; freight, agent and passengers to & SCHUYLER'S.

y t 1 rarshal,.the stevedore of the Mallory at a late hour. party who enters same, when a registered Nov.Steamship State of Texas, Williams, from Winter Clothing.
Line at this the the work of New York; freight and passengers, to
port, was among passengers The accident was evidently number will assigned them. R. W. Southwick, agent. Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at

which arrived by the State of Texas from villains,as Captain Thompson, of the steam Payment must be made to the secretaryby Nov.Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from PAUL FUXKE'S.

New York Tuesday. Mlssoe who the first to off November New York; freight and passengers., to
yacht was jump mail or in person on or before R. W. Southwick, agent.
' Dr. Theo. Starbuck left with his family the train after it struck the obsruction, de- 25th. Nov. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from Jerseys.

i for Columbus, Ga., on Monday evening last. clares he saw two .men disappear in the First cash prize, $15 ; second prize, $10. Nov. Steamship Charleston City; to of W.:Monticello O. Jeffreys, agent.:McKee, Great bargains in ladies' Jerseys, at fifty

The doctor will probably return the middleof darkness. The. night express had passedover The Mirror offers as,the third prize a chal- from Charleston; 'freight and passen- cents, at J. & T. KYDD'S.Building .
W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
next week, but his family will remain a the main line all right only a few minutes lenge cup, which shall be a standing prize"in Nov.12-Steamshi City Palatka, Vogel, from Material.

+v few weeks at that place. previous. The switch had been par- this and all subsequent races for the boat Palatka W. O. Jeffreys; freight, agent.and passengers,.to Brick, Lime, Portland and Rosendale Cement '

r Messrs. A. C. and Luther' Braddock, of tially pried open and a plug inserted be- that_comes in third, said prize to remain on 12-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, Plaster, Shingles, Nails, 'Sash, Doors

in The Messrs. tween it and the rail.of the main line. exhibition in the window of Messrs. Mode from Palatka; freight and passengers, and Blinds, at
Michigan, are again our city. to W. O. Jeffreys agent. FRED
Braddock ship during the, ,winter reason 'Thedamage to the,engine and cars is very Bros. one week following the race. Schooner :Mary J. Castner. Barrett, Philadelphia Co's.
, t ; railroad iron, to master.
fresh fish and shrimp from this port'to the slight. A'temporary track was built around RULES. CLEARED. Boys' Clothing.

I'" Northern markets. the wreck and trains were again running Upon entering any boat for any club race Jteam-packet Thomas Collyer, -, for Brunswick $1.50 up to $8.00 per

yesterday, though not on schedule time. the name, rig length -on water line and Georgia, daily. suit.W.. J. LOHMAN.
The Florida Railway & Navigation Corn- Nov. Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder,

ii 1' :'pany_will run a special train between this Change of Schedule. length over all shall be'given, and duringthe ._. for New York; freight and passengers' Fruit Butters.
R. W.
be by
there shall the
race displayed regis-
r city and Jacksonville on Wednesday, No- Nov.Steamship State of Teas Williams for Various kinds at
to-morrow schedule
midnight; a new
tered number of said boat in.large figures on New York; freight and'passengers, by
vember 18th, for the benefit of parties wish- WHITNER & SCHUYLER'S.DMJ .
goes,into effect over the Florida Railway & each side of the mainsail. R. W. Southwick, agent.
ing to see Cole's Circus. The fare for the Nov. 7-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for
' Navigation Company's system of railroads. Boats shall sail throughout the race with Palatka; freight and passengers by Goods.
round will be $2 including admissionto
trip ,
Trains on the different divisions will run as W. O. Jeffreys, Agent.
the circus. The time of leaving here and the same ballast ith,1\ )iqh they start. 8-Steamship City of:Monticello McKee,for Remember the closing out sale in Dry

1 of will be in follows : f Boats sailing close, hauled on port tack Palatka; freight and passengers by Goods. etc., at
returning published a day or W. O. Jeffre -
CENTRAL 'DIVISION: must keep out of the way of boat close PAUL FUNKE'S.
;: two. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel for
h rt The day. passenger will. ..leave. here. at 10 hauled on starboard tack. Charleston: freight and passengers, by
Mr. Austin H.Haskins, who will have the o'clock in the morning, arriving at Tavaresat W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Clothing.
Boats approaching any shoal or buoy and "
9-British bark Lotus McDonald, Santan-
& Ai management of the Egmont Hotel this sea- 8:16' o'clock'p.m. .The'nighV.passenger the boat to the leeward R.. is liable to go der. Spain;'lumber, by J. C. Read. Handsome line of fall Clothing, just received -

son, under the lessees, Messrs. Baker& Mc- will leave here at 5 p. m.,arriving at Tavaresat 9-Schooner.. Mary J. Cook, Hoffsess, New- at J. & T. KYDD'S.Mott's .
: foul the 1 and cannot ;
aground or buoy, come Haven; lumber. by Payne, Cook& Co.
!* Iver, was in the city this week, with his 6:10 the next morni. 1,;. Going,north, the anout without coming into collision with 13-Schooner Nat Meader Brown. Philadelphia Sweet Cider at lOc. a quart, at
p,, wife, looking over his new field. Mr. Has ; lumber, by J.Mizell & Bro.
I former train will leave.Tavares at 6:30 a. m., the windward boat, the latter shall at once JACOB KLARER'S,
kins is an experienced hotel man, and has arriving here at 3.55 p. m.;; and the latter of the leeward
Iv tack on being) iIeUfdo so t
been connected with the hotels : Currant
following : Jelly.
will leave Tavares at 8:20 m., arrivinghere
p. boat which shall also tack at the
same moment. HOUSE DISTRICT. Baltimore, Md., November .
c The St. Nicholas, Southern, Grand Central at 9:45' the next morning. The day v.. Jw 9,1885. At WHITNER & SCHUYLER'S. '

t and Westminster hotels, New York; Gil- passenger train for Cedar Key leaves Waldoat SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
Boats free before wind
t mour House Baltimore; Willard's, Wash- 3:01 m., arriving at Cedar Key at 7:25 sailing boats.the. Office until twelve M., on Saturday, the 28th For liaffle. ..,
p. ; keep out of the .or close hauled :of November 1885 for the '
Hall Colon- fay day furnishing My place on Pine Island,containing eight
Congress Cape May
y / ; ; returning'leaves,CedarKey at 7:00 a. in.,arriving on'either tack. material and labor of all kinds necessary for .. acres. Chances, $2.00. The list is now open

nade, Philadelphia; Tremont and Grand at Waldo at 10:48. The night passen-' Any boat disobeying these rules will be constructing a Keeper's dwelling at Amelia at Mr. Nix's News-stand in the Post Office.
Pacific Chicago Paxton Omaha !? .. Island Florida. MRS. LINE.
; ; Quincy ger train runs daily ; the mail train daily, she ,
House, Boston; Argyle, Babylon, L. I., and except Sunday. disqualified from receiving any prize Plans, specifications, ,forms of proposal,
otherwise would have won. and other information; may be obtained on For Rent.
Everett Hotel Jacksonville Fla. '.
JACKSONVILLE BRANCH. Measurements for tine allowance shall t application to this Office. A two-story dwelling house on Fourth

Trains for Jacksonville will leave here the'waterrlipe and"*onethirdof The right is reserved to reject any or all street, between Centre and Alacbua streets.J. .
Shipments from, this Port. be made upon ; .
bids waive
and to
during the week at 7:20 a. m.and 2:50 ,
)$ The following shipments were made from p.m. the stern overbang"shall be included., JARED A. SMITH: Major of Engineers,
f4 1. this port via the Mallory steamships : arriving at that city respectively at 8:45 a. m. Time allowance one: =quarter .minute' per U. S. A., Engineer 6th L. H. Dist. For Sale.

' t3 By. San Antonio, on Saturday last 254 and 4:35 p. m.; leaving Jacksonville for Fer- foot per mile. The.. .course' is estimated at Fruit Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet
# nandina at 9:15 and 5:10 arriv- .l Preserves.
a. m. m.
p. desirable
bales cotton, 616'cases cedar, 400 logs cedar, five miles. : square; ; neighborhoodselect.
ing here at 11:00 a. m. and 6:36 p. m. Sunday obtained Fine assortment at On one of the lots is a six-room cot-
678 packages oranges, 194: barrels rosin, 54 trains will run as follows : Leave Fer- Further information can be upon ,WHITK,&, SCHUYLER'S.All tage, with kitchen ; piazza on' three sides ;
barrels spirits, 240 sacks cotton seed, 24,000 application to the Secretary. r always cool in summer. Lots face on three

feet yellow pine lumber and 24 packages nandina for Jacksonville at 7:00 a. m. and. 'J W. E SNYDER, Wool streets;; ground high and dry; no sand; best

merchandise.By 3:30 p. m., arriving at the latter place at 8:26a. Secretary. Fernandina. Boat Club. Scarlet Flannel Shirts, 80 cents. bricked well of water in town ; half dozen

m. and 4:56 p. m.; leave Jacksonville for W. J. LOHMAN, sweet orange trees four years 'old ; several

State of Texas, last Wednesday : 740 Fernandina. .at 9:10 a. m. and 5:30 p. m.,'arriving .Mrs:. Grundy Says sour trees bearing; peaches and grapes two
bales cotton, 252 cases cedar, :338 barrels yearS old.Enquire.
here at'10:36 a. m.,and 6:56 m. That'a'' resolution should be introduced
# rosin 40 DURYEE ,
1 1,800 packages oranges, cans shrimp WESTERN DIVISION. before'our Common Council, be properly WILLIAM B. C. Office Town Improvement Company.
and 27 packages merchandise.
On the Western Division passenger trains advertised, passed to tits third:reading, and
' By the City of Monticello of the Charles- MERCHANT
will run' daily as follows : Leave Jacksonville .-' :Mr. Robinson's permission gained to allow pOMMISSION COTTAGE
ton Line, on Sunday : 1,600 boxes oranges, : ,
at 7:30 a. m., arriving at Tallahassee at the Mayor to ordcr the police to remove that -AND- LUCY

3 barrels oranges, 45 packages merchandise. 2:14 p. m., and River Junction at 4:00 p. m. nuisance opposite the post-office, in the Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
6 bales hides and 110 bales cotton. ,
Going east, the train will leave River Junc shape of a chicken'coop.That .
the Palatka of the line FERNANDINA, FLORIDA..
By City of same
i3 tion at 11:20 a. m.,and Tallahassee at 1:15 p. a certain benedict placed $20 where BY THE CARGO,

; ., on Thursday : 4,500 boxes oranges, 6 barrels m., arriving at Jacksonville at 8:40 p. m. ,A would interfere with a charivari in honorof Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor

K; oranges, 10 barrels fish, 19 packages mer- shoo-fly train will leave also Jacksonvillefor a certain happy event, which spoiled a lot For Domestic or Export Trade, without board. Table Boarders will be
chandise and 7 bales hides. accommodated; also transient. _
Baldwin, to connect with the Central of fun for the boys.
On their southern trips the steamers FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
Division, at 11:45 a. m..and.8:25: ,p.. m.; the That if the Coming events cast ,
arriving crowded with freight for Fernan-
latter will run daily, while the former will their shadows before" be true, then we may
dina and Florida points and full lists of
pas- run daily, Sunday 'excepted. Leave Bald expect some tremendous event-is about to

J sengers. win for Jacksonville at 5:45a.: m. daily., and transpire in this place; for we have been

F nit The Harbor Conventton. 1:30 p. m. daily, Sunday excepted. under a cloud for a long time ; .

That some of the fossils about town would : '

*' a THE COMMITTEE TO REPRESENT .THE PORT OF Unjust .Criticism. not believe the cloud had a silver lining even :, i > : ,; >: o'!
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+ FERNANDINA. To the Editor of the Mirror: ; :: .
if it rained Bland dollars by the barrel; -'-. : .
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r The committee of the City Council to I am not,as you are aware, in any way con- That in spite,of all predictions to the con- : ,,' .

i whom Mayor Pope had referred the com nected with the Florida Railway.& Navigation trary from said fossils, she thinks the cloud r. '

munication of the Savannah committee Company's railroads; yet, as a citizen of has a golden lining, and the rising sun of .
him to four to the Fernandina and C I RETAIL I DEALERS]}lr
I! asking appoint delegates having great respect for the prosperity will make all Fernandina invest-

; Harbor Improvement Convention, which local.officials of this road,'I feel that some ments real giltedged.That .

3; ; k } meets at Savannah on Tuesday, the 24th one ought to protest against the very unjust when G. F. Avery, in his blue suit,

inst., has recommended to His Honor the and improper reflection upon these officialsas came prancing down Centre street on that Will find it to their advantage to get our prices

following gentlemen to lay the claims of contained in a published interview of
a piebald burras, some remarked what a beautiful before purchasing elsewhere. We offer many goodsat
.. thisport: before the convention : George R. Times-Union reporter with the recently appointed illustration of the new dispensation-

'4 Fairbanks, editor of the Mirror; Fred W. Treasurer of said company., I do 11 The Blue and the Grey!" less than they can be purchased in competing

Hoyt, Esq., of the firm of Fred W. Hoyt & not know whether the objectionable matter
That Captain King had his feelings deeply markets. We give'particular attention to heavy ,
s ,fir Co.; W. Woodward, Esq., of the Florida was authorized, by Mr Thomas, or whetherit wounded while on a' late fishing excursionin .

Railway & Navigation Company, and Mr. merely reflects the views of the Times- company with Sol. Mode, by being asked 'goods, such as :BACON, FLOUR, GRITS, GRAIN, FEED, ':' .

Thomas Kydd, of J. & T. Kydd. Union.It .. .
by a main landsman if he knew how to ; :BUILDING MATERIAL etc.
, Fernandina is the only deep sea harbor on seems to me that all the recent publica- fish ,

: the Atlantic coast of Florida, and as such is tions in that paper were intended to reflect That; the questioner didn't know the- Cap-. S. Ask for our prices when needing goods.

unquestionably the most important, port to upon others having duties to in
tain, but he did know Sot) and also knew
be benefited by the recommendations of the connection with this road. One exception PEED W. HOYT & CO.
' that it would take a pretty,smart fisherman
.' ti; convention. The gentlemen selected by the should be made, and that is the apparent
to entice any of the finny tribe. into a boat
if committee fully represent the various busi desire to make their recent Land Commissioner with Sol." SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,

', nessinterests and are conversant with the a wonderful man. This late officialis with the FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
That ,
man whoJfinds.fault|| ,
any .. .
,,,t 1 advantages andneeds of this harbor. Our not unused ; '
to paying roundly for newspaper [ weather of; the past'several ,weeks is not a < : ; ,
I HB citizens may rest assured that the claims of i "puffs;" ,but of course, .I do not fit subject for paradise.

this will be fully represented. ... .
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have I" .
All Wool Underwear. any effect upon the very respectable high,for fear of being made into Thanksgiving .' -
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