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 21, 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
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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'its;EMPORIUM. ITEMS OF 1 \ TERLST.ST. brought about by the use of mosquitoes I GLOVES AND THEIR, BUYERS. I I advised by M. Pasteur to return Death of Bishop Young.

'finished which were first caused to sting THE LADIES DIFFICULT, TO SUIT- home, as he had nothing to fear. Bishop John Freeman Young, of the diocese
PETER'S CATHEDRAL, just M. Pasteur kept the boy Meister with of Florida. Protestant
patients suffering from the fever, and THE STYLES THIS WINTER. Episcopal
received, at at Moscow, has five cupolas ; him, and called in Professors Vul- Church, died at the Clarendon Hotel. New
fc T. K YDD'S. 900 pounds of gold were used in afterward allowed to sting the per- "Yes, said the attendant in pian and Granchet to assist him. York on Sunday last. The" h
them. The doors of the sons whom it was intended to inocu- charge of the glove department of These gentlemen found fourteen brought to Jacksonville and lay in state af,

tea overlaying late. Whatever may be the resultof one of the up-town 'stores, "most wounds on the boy's body,; and gave it St. John's Church! until Thursday afternoon
s. The Times- temple cost $310,000, and the marble ladies are very particular about their when it
, as their opinion that the victim was was interred in Evergreen Cemetery -
Smoking To- Dr. Finlay's inoculatory
floors $1,500,000 : gloves, and some of them are so fussy doomed to certain death.. In presenceof Uev. John W. Beckwith. S. T. D.,

as against yellow fever the that it will almost wear one's pa- his M. Pasteur BNIiipof Oeorjria, officiating, assisted i
1844 the late King of Prussia, colleagues took a syringe by
, case with which a disease may be tience out trying to please them. ,which he half filled with the marrow the tter. Dr. Sfott, of Pensacola.

t to buy their Frederick William IV., finding that transmit by the mere sting of a Why, they will make 'us try on fiveor of a rabbit that had died from rab- The Times Union publishes the following

annels, White Luther's house at Wittenberg had small insect is addi- six pairs before they are suited, ies. This substance been preservedfor biographical sketch of the eminent divine:
an important
' Hosiery, fallen into ruins, had a plan prepared and ten to one the last pair won't, fit fifteen days. Meister was inoculated Bishop Yonn.-T was horn in Pittston, Me.,

->. for its thorough renovation.This tion to the history of how xymotic one bit better than the first. The with this thirteen'times during on the 30th of October, 1S20. and was.

below those of diseases are spread. color is the chief objection that a ten days. M. Pasteur also injected therefore, a little over G5 years of age." He

work has just been finished, to- ARCH LOGICAL research has recently lady will have against the glove we under his skin during the closing was a student in the Wesleyan Seminary at

eat. gether with a colonade that joins it revealed in the neighborhoodof have tried on, although she will not days, of the treatment a virus of ex- Read held, :Me.. but subsequently enlvrrd the'

SCHUYLEB'S. to the university buildings. acknowledge it. She will pick out a ceptional strength, which, originally Wesleyan (rmversky. MMdletown, Conn.,

Nantes, France, the existence of a glove of a certain shade, think she taken from a mad dog, had been where he was converted.' Afterward: ; he

ng. Corn-1p race course of presumably Roman will like it, but after she has tried rendered more virulent by successive removed to Virginia; and entered tfif, The<<<.- '

the she will change her i logical Semi miry of Virginia, graduating in
lothing at origin., The foundations of the hip- glove on transfusions through rabbits
\UL FUNKE'S.Jerseys feet in diameter on the inside, and is of about mind. The color does'not suit. She that had died of rabies. After three 1845. He was ordained as a deacon in the

It is made of steel podrome occupy an area will straighten out her thumb or church at Bristol, R. I., April 23th, 1845 ;
to be 24 feet long. moths and three weeks Meister recovered -I
223 by 174 metres. A further discovery bend it back as far as possible and subsequently he was ordained a priest in St.
at inch in thickness. The sidesare complete health, having escaped -
fifty 1
plate John's Church at
made in the Tallahassee in this State
has been ,
vicinityof will
&T.KVDD'B.Eosendale of course, any glove wrinkle a not the of
double, li inches apart, held by only danger hydro- January 11th, 1846, by Right Rev. Stephen-
an ancient roadway leading to the little in that position. She will then phobia caused by the bites he had
r'lat. each end of them riveted.It Elliott, Jr., D.D. Shortly after his ordina-
screw bolts, declare that it is no fit, so off it will
Loire, near the banks of which river received, but also the possible risk tion as priest he became rector of St.
Gels hold 36 tons of melted tallow have to and another color JoluJ'Episcopal
will come, or incurred the virus
Sash, Doors traces of a number of villas prove the by strengthened Church, but in 1846 he removedto
and it is intended to furnish addi- shade is sure to be selected. I like to which he showed himself com- Texas and engaged in
existence of buried inasmuchas missionary workin
IIOYT & Co's. a city, to sell gloves to country girls, be- ,
pletely refractory. M. Pasteur also
tional facilities in making soap at a Brazoria county where he remained
a theatre capable of accommo- cause they are so to please. I
announced that he had another
in New York. Its pa- until November, 1850, and was secretary of
tg. large factory has been can always tell one,of them but.not
dating 4,000 persons tient under treatment, a boy named the convention which met in 1848 for the
weight is 15 tons.BISULPHIDE : I by the shape of her hand, for their who has been bitten in both
of A
. J. LOIIMA.N. brought to the light day. Jupi, organization of the diocese of Texas. In 4

of carbon, M. Pasteur quantity of ornaments, jewels and hands are not necessarily large and hands by a mad dog. His case is November, 1850, he removed to Livingston,
8. clumsy, and I have seen as pretty, and he is where he
thinks will become the most effica- progressing favorably, fully Mississippi remained about two
has been recovered from the
pottery and also small hands
plump belong-
expected to recover. M. Pasteur'simportant years, and then returned to Napoleonville,
; SCHUYLEB'S. cious of all antiseptics, as it is also I ruins, but thus far the absence of ing to girls of the rural classes as and interesting announcements La., but subsequently returned from thereto

the cheapest, costing but a fractionof coins has frustrated the efforts of were ever shown by any city young were repeatedly and most en- New York, and became an assistant min-

ut sale in Dry a penny per pound in large quan- savants to establish the epoch of this lady who never did a speck of hard thusiastically cheered by the mem- ister in Trinity Parish, where he remained a

tity. It is likewise the best insecti- most recently found city of the work in her life. A country girl bers of the Academy Medicine and until July 25th, 1867, when he was conse- 3

'AUL, FU KE'8. never knows exactly what she wants, the general public present. After crated bishop of Florida. He was secretary ,,
for this
cide known, purpose Roman occupation.THE but will take most anything I say is having bowed his acknowledgementsthe of the Russo-Greek committee, and edited

, may, it is thought, be useful for preserving experiment of damming the good. In these respects she is very distinguished physiologist proceeded the papers issued by the committee, and in

&thing; T. KYDD'S., just re- woodwork in tropical coun- headwaters of the Mississippi at ad- much like the gentlemen, for theyare to relate the history of his 1864 he visited Russia for the purpose of ad-

tries. Some idea of the use it is already easily suited. All I have to do patient Jupi, who is a shepherd ]lad vancing the movement towards a restora-

:quart, at to be gathered from vantageous points in order to accu- when one comes in-is to ask whether only fifteen years old. It seems that tion of inter-communion with the Eastern

COB KLABEB'B, put may mulate a store of water sufficient to he wants a dark or light glove and if the boy dashed after a mad dog Church. In 1865 the degree of Doctor of '
the fact, as. stated, that more than it is be loose fit. He Sacred Theology was conferred him
keep the lower river at a navigable to a snug or a which had attempted to bite some of upon

''V.c SCIIUYLEB'S.. eight million pounds of the substance stage during the summer months is will always say loose. :I will give his smaller companions, and actually by Columbia College, of New York. He ny

are used annually to check .him the right size and tell him the plunged his hand'into the animal's was consecrated Bishop of Florida in Trinity
a success., glove will fit and that's the end of Church, New York by he Right-Bft ill, ,
the ravages of phylloxera. Carbon .throat, 'thus: choking it to death... -t-, -V7I
dams, commence: .J88.2,.. er 1 .ilt\ rnf v <- y 'yvr''i* '" q ill .1.'rf1 ;' ru<; !
ontainingeight lQeCl" 'tlttitL1h"riil'l -, .JY ; ; II CrI+, m,]!:i}i1 Iifll' CL iritr'd the oo/i-who: ;!SAtv; rcr7'injured/ ; r I
list is now open Visu\p\i\de as1 pTO< I o completed for use this year- with, a then the, first pair always suits.; will: recommended; to the French the :R gnti! Ji.r..r\J 1 it..L.\ ::'c '.
the Post Office. extremely offensive compound in respect Rev. Alexander Gregg. )5. .D., Right "
MRS. LINE. storage capacity: in the natural lake Why, I 'would rather: wait on. ten Academy for the prize of courage'. -i q 3j7 lJ'
to odor is capable of complete than three ladies. ,William Henry Odenheimer, D. D., Rigi/t! L.1" !
gentlemen on which he .merits well. Professor :.
reservoirs for the
holding surplus
Rev. Joseph F. B. Wilraer, D. D., and Right f.1I"
purification. It is much easier, the lady 'con- Vulpian addressed the meeting afterM.
use on Fourth water of 75,000,000,000 cubic feet. Rev George David Cummins,S.T D., Since J :
tinued to fit a glove to a large hand
: Pasteur and said that he
\.lachua streets. was :
THE cave out of which General Is- his consecration as Bishop of Florida Bishop
The basin drained into these
'RED LOHMAN. reser- than to a small one, for little hands convinced that and
rael Putnam dragged the wolf is sel- firmly a sure certain Young has made his home in this State, residing -
voirs of almost sure to be out of -
covers an area over 3,000 .are proportion remedy for hydrophobia had at in this :
chiefly citybut a number i 11' a
dom visited, because it is in a stony, square miles. When the water some way or other. The aver- last been discovered and the effortsof of be maintained a female ;
, years academy, i
each 100 feetneighborhood .
size in ladies' gloves is 6 J and thegentlemen's
mountainous forest in a remote cor- age his distinguished colleague had
below St. Paul fell so as to interrupt known as the Priory, in Fernandina, during
a six-room cot- ner of Connecticut. A picnic party 71.I can always tell thus been crowned with well-de- which time he resided there. In 1874 the 1
in the of Au-
three sides navigation beginning within of inch what
a an
on ; quarter served The wouldset ,
last made the tedious success. Priory was removed to this city and kept up : :
summer j
trip .
Is face three ,
on the in the reservoirs size should
sand best gust supply was glove a person wear. a seal on the fame of :M. Pasteur, for a short time, but owing to the Bishop's it
/; no ; which involved several miles of
.vn; half dozen drawn upon and the river kept at a You will take a 7*. I will prove it and prove a fresh glory for France. feeble health, it was abandoned, and since ..I '

,rs old; several rough walking. There are picturesin navigable stage. After the reservoir with the measure," and she did. I Further important statements will be that time his best energies have been devoted :i

and grapes two primers of Putnam entering the In answer to the question as to made at the next meeting of the to the welfare of the church in this f
system is completed it will have the
I 15 F. LEWIS, cave erect, with a blazing torch held what the prevailing styles in gloves Academy of Medicine.FLORIDA'S State, to which he was devoutly attached. :j
, double value of checking to some would be for the the
'nt Company. coining season, Bishop Young was universally beloved in ;I
above his head. The hole is
really extent the disastrous floods in the reporter was informed that.for street PROSPERITY. 'Jacksonville by members of all' churches -:.. .

I: so small that it can only be exploredon upper river when there is too much wear the mousquetaire-a: kind of and sects for his many true Christian virtues 'j

, hands and knees, and an adult undressed kid-with 'embroidered Every newspaper in the State is exultingover and the news of his death was received! :,
Egmont Hotel, water and of eking out the supply Florida's prosperity. Every inch of her
backs the thing and that with the all. He
cannot turn round in it. The lengthis was proper profoundest regret by
when is little. territory is being written and published,
ORIDA. there too there was more demand for the tan up leaves a devoted wife in this city and at _
300 feet, and tradition says that he ACCORDING to statistics printed in shades than anything else. This thus bringing the State into more prominent mother and sister in Maine to mourn hiss :

furnished,with followed the beast to the further end notoriety than ever before. Now, while we
color it would be loss.
the Suabian Merkur Germany was thought, soon :
'oarders will be appears and do, most in
can, sympathize heartily
him between the their
eyes by supplanted by the different shades of
nt.THOMPSON. to be the most intelligent, or at the_ general feeling of praise in the prosper- List of Letters J
own glow and drawn out with gray, which, it will be remembered, '
was any rate, the least illiterate.countryof were popular last spring. For ity of the country, we must not allow ourselves Remaining in the Post-Office, at. Fernan,

him by means of a rope. Europe. For example, of persons evening very the plain-backed glove for to go beyond actual facts in our state- dina, Nassau county,. Florida, November :
ments as regards the capabilities and chances 21, 1885. Persons these ,lettermust
THERE is in the extreme north of calling_ for '
above fifteen of in Germany both ladies and gentlemen still continue -
years age
that the State presents to those who contem- say advertised:
Utah a subterranean to be in Several hand- i1 1':
magnificent reservoir -
94 read while in
cent. can Great vogue. The
per plate a permanent with us. Auston, E Little Louisa ..
,. ".7t._ of first-class soda water, bub- Britain the perceetage is 91, in Aus- some pairs of ladies' gloves thirty general prosperity means individual prosperity Baker Annie Mortom. DonnBlake ..., f
C '; inches in shown.. Celie NewellE8Roberson :
." bling and length were Theyare and our State is so unlike the Northern ;- l'
of the
< effervescing
'. '7"+ f. 't t tria and France each 88, in Italy 74, intended to reach clear to the Benjamin ,::Mary E v ;
.' -' States in climate, soil and productions, :
/ -: ground in such quantities that all in 69 and in Russia 53. Ad- Clarke, J Rough ter, Edward. :
,, ',, Spain shoulder and ,with sleeve-
- "..". are worn that the new-comer is liable to form errone- Coplin, MaryCromarties Parker, Tolar It-
,., :.- America might be supplied. In the ding writing and simple arithmetic less costumes at receptions) balls and ous opinions in regard to the country previous ,D R Quassey'J W'

. I.. ."!,wsd "::t:'tf':': extreme, south; on the road to Order- 'to the requirements' reduces the"percentage p rtiea.-.iyew"Y"OT1c.Jla, l and Express.. to his coming here, and when he does Cranvell.Came v, King G Sams Smith,,Richard Emmor :',,;; '. :'I';

.".";.. tille, is an exquisite circular lakelet in Germany to 89, Great CURE FOR HYDROPHOBIA.A reach here he is "at sea" as to value,proper Dowell, Amay Smith, Tobe ,' -, ;',
Green, Francis Sott, David.4 I
'c. locations, etc.
that is always just full to the brim Britain 81 France '77 Austria 75 London i'
Paris telegram to the) Green, SamGreewd Sharp, Mana ;
.. I with water as clear and as green as 63 49 and Russia 39. Daily Telegraph : A gentleman who owns property in Flor- Fran'cis' Sharp, Jackson Co
Italy Spain
-f says ;
; ida, and has dealt 'largely' in realestateinthe Harrison,:All Tyler, B F sHell
)j beryl. And wherever the water over- Germany and Austria decidedly lead "An important communication North, in speaking of his Florida invest- John Thomas, E F ).
:: flows specting the result of his researchesfor Jones, Minnie Waters, Jacob 1
; the
'. r lake's edge it encrusts the in, knowledge modem languages, ment, said: "I confess myself completely Jackson, Andrew Warren, Joseph. :j
;,,. ground and.the grass and: the fallen their, percentages of knowing'more' prophylactic'againsthydropho- puzzled with the lands of Florida. They areso'entirely Johnson,Amos Williams, ElIza' I
1 .t. persons bia was made yesterday ,to the Acad- ,1
., .., leaves different from what I have been King, Elmire Williams, President '
.",,\\>i ." upon it.with a fine coating of than one being 69 and 61 re- emy of Sciences by !:M. P a steur. accustomed to that I do not consider myself George Williams.' I

.,. : limestone, so that the brim is'growing -' spectively, .to 34 in Great Britain, 29 The eminent physiologist stated that capable of judging as to their merits' or demerit S. T. RIDDEL, P..Yo: \
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'"fif1 higher and higher with the' imperceptible in France," 13 in Italy, 23 in Russia, he had succeeded in curing ,a boy !." J. &; T.Kydd'a Special Bargains.+ j I'

." ",r<:' but certain growth of a and 13 in., Spain. The order is who had been bitten by amad dog.It This gentleman spoke the exact truth, 1 case good dark Prints at 41'cents'peryard. .

:.:,.a;f coral reef and in the appears.that on 'July 6 last two in' and probably voiced the feeling. of.thousandsof *.
-: generations changed when the classics are considered -
dividuals from Alsace' came 'to M. t'
;; others who come here to invest in Florida 1 case best Prints'at cents peryard.-:
'.'!';, the lake will become a con- Germany having 32 cent. Pasteur's laboratory at the Normal *
:: per land.,IF all writing in Florida will say noth Selected styles at 6 cents per-yard. i
i; '
'\'fP creted basin. of classical scholars Great Britain School, and said that-they,.had both ing bat the exact truth; if they will let exaggerations All wool scarlet iKnit Undershirts at 65'

:;::) DR. CARLOS' been bitten by a mad dog. One wasa and "white lies" 'remain at cents, worth $1. '
4iiJF FINLAY of Havana has 21 France 20 Italy 16 Austria 13 .
,. ,
'. ..: ..,. > man named,Vom, and the other a home and tell nothing but what any intelli- Brocaded'Dress Goods 'at 15 cents, worth +:
,. t' een experimenting on the inocula- Spain 7' and Russia 2. The figures I
called Meister nine
boy Joseph aged 25 cents. '
Vj: SV f gent eye can verify, they will do more to
:'.i'..;ff K f. bility of yellow fever. The disease furnish an interesting indication of years. The boy was fearfully' bitten aid the prosperity of; the State than some of I. Job lot all Linen Towels half price, from t

,,' .,..,, '.'- Was found to be transmissible only the direction of intellectual developement all over the body, and his wounds them are'now doing;;, for'Florida does pos- 10 cents up. ; I

-. e: from had been cauterised a local.doctor.. ai [Ladies Jerseys at 50cents.; ,.,. '. .,. ; -
,.(" '.'' r the third to the sixth day. in those countries, and strik- by sess sufficient.resources r.and attractions. : ; t t

,;, :i,< Out of eleven inoculations six ingly show how far the 'AngloSaxons Vom had apparently only been, warrant her prosperity,> .without: drawing 100 pair Pants from $1.50. ) $1.00,.below: ,
were '
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regular price.If '
touched $ < .t' :.
the which
by dog's fangs ; 'picture
the imagination .to.paint a '
upon : New stock of Overcoats/jUstt'recelVed; !
i're successful doubtful and four and Teutons are leading the Lat- '
had pierced his clothes but did not when he *" '
: the beholder '
: that will, disgust from $3 up. "' ,?# *$ : ;/ ;a! .- !
.., p negative. The ,inoculations were ins and'Slavs in popular intelligence. enter his flesh. He was accordingly comes to see the original-Palatia News. I :.; '3;*'&'T.,KTBD.lfe 'j.

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.TM A TWIN." I sure he feels like.a murderer-an in-I I agement thereof- ; that.he was" .humbleto I pect:him of this sort of cowardly vengeance '1, holding it.. ,bove her head l, and speaking'Hn --
nocent murderer.;;-of course, an incr ...,decree,. and did not was absolute madness. ,How- "a tone of dignified rebuke
;F" t : form'and feature face and limb, sever
In I grew so like my brother .hadn't done the thing- at all/but was scorn tcra'ccept' advice 'everi-from theintellectua111y Nellie was unreasonable; and cut' :" What dp1 you mean ? You are not
That folks :got taking me for him444l suspected 'instead ,of the_ reaL person. inferior ;.and lastly, that. him; Hence these tears. Hence the ,'content with obtruding your insignificant
And each for one another. And then when Toddles went to talk conversancy with prehistoric geologicat :sympathy of, Mrs. Elliston, w'ijo had presence in the council chamber
1;0 It It puzzled reached all a our fearful kith pitch and,;kin, 'to him-you"' know how he arid, Tod- ]I formations and" such like was not in? known lovers' 'quarrels herself, years 'and 'aspiring, though of the undeli ber-,
r For one of us was born a twin. dIes used to, get on together-=-he warnt'y 1 compatible 'with a nature the frank: ago-probably 'as many as five years tive gender, to take a place among the
rk, c' And not a soul knew which. able toP with her one.bit, but just i est and kindliest-diffident' of its own ago. Hence deliberation of Sam warriors of the tribe, but you absolute
", One day (to make the matter worse), sat there' 'as patient as an .image.andlet merits, appreciative of others.. It'was Mahon, waiting the return of the Club ly want to'boss the concern yourself"
I ..' .. Before our names were fixed, her pull nis whiskers, and every- some time before'they understood him,. Ulysses' Toddles only remarked, Gi' me""
.r it1. I ,:' As we were being washed by nurse, 1.. thing without. stirring. Now, you before 'they came to realize that this II. No, I will not forgive you. I am
We :got completely mixed; 'I whose name 'was a shibboleth in .It and Mr. Colthurst to hear If
1 And thus see by fate's decree knowThat'll 'man, was evening, willing you. your lens .
(Or rather nurse's whim), do," said Sam, straightening 1 the schools and'a terror to blundering having returned from his travels, was 'ened experience of life prompts yon to
:" ; My brother,John got christened me,' himself:.suddenly into an attitudeof I scientists, in.private life was simple as smoking the pipe of peace-and diges- assist us with ,advice, spin it, old nrj"i
r nv;lr i : .." ,. And I got christened' him. I alarmed attention,'" I'm satisfied. If I a child. tion ; a venerable meerschaum, exten- Toddles disdained to reply, but repeated -
ti 4* .. This filial likeness even dogged; that young lady' couldn't, arouse himto But when at l last they did, never sively spliced and banded, and Ethio- Gi ,me. It's mine."
?w _" ... My footsteps when at school ; vindictiveness, or even resistance, was professor*so loved. They adoptedhim 'pian in complexion, lying on the grass. It's yours, is it? Have we discovered -
And was always getting flogged, he must be".in a bad way. Olil 1 you ,' one and all, with sort of proprietary 'To,him Sam said : the culprit? I think
; )' 't For John turned out a fool. you must
s 's.;. ..' I pnt this i question fruitlessly I -vicious young animal," apostix' : .a ji.izlng; pride. He 'was their professor "Well, my venerable sage, the first be, mistaken, Toddles. You haven't
r r ", ":..:: To every one I knew: the person in question, who was lyingon their own peculiar possession, in thing. we: want your help and counsel got the club franchise yet."
t' of iKr d. ;' What To would that you do were if you youT"were me, ,her back .in the grass, and was very whom the outer 'world had no 'part. In, is-" The persevering young lady would
i ., .'. prove you 'young and very soft,'and was fair to To outsiders he was a name, 'an ab, "What?" have the paper, though, and nothing
w '" Our, close .emblanceturned the tide look upon,and to all appearance inno- straction, expounding from the summitof An affair,of the heart." else. So it was handed to her, and
i Of my domestic life, cent of all malevolent intentions, being his scientific pedestal to his audience,, That's the biz," said George Car- she proceeded to examine it attentively
a 1, .1 For somehow, intended bride
Became my brother's my wife. employed in gazing with,, wide blue a grave'teacher to be5 viewed with reverence -' stairs, a young,fellow whom Sam had as they had done.
In fact, year after year, the same speculative eyes up, into- the sky and from afar off. But td them, invited to the conference, with some But you're .looking at the back of
't :" Absurd mistakes went on. murmuring untelligible infantile Secrets the Cavendish Lawn Club, it was.dif vague idea as to the value of collective it, my dear," said Colthurst.
And when I died the neighbors came
c 'Arlll buried brother John. to nobody particular!' wait ferent. He was their friend, their wisdom, more than actual expectationof "So she is. Let's look, Toddles
-Texas' Sifting till.yourmother is gone, andsif I. don't comrade, unfolding, to them alone the assistance, since George shown more said Sam, drawing her to him and looking -
'$ commit ,that lurked beneaththe the tennis than in the delib- her
: babycide- kindly personality: on ground over shoulder. One corner of
r rt1g-r 3 1.," THE PROFESSOR'S WOOING "Leave the 'child alone, Sam," said crust of professorship.But erative assembly. '. the paper was adorned with a faint
I i?' h A 'its pretty little, proprietor, and tell of all the things he had le'arned"during l Mr. Colthurst' looked at them in con- pencil sketch nearly obliterated now,
jftS 44 ( (S':"AN EXCITING ROMANCE OF A LAWN me'what you'll do." 'the month 'of 'summer days sternation.' representing the head of a fiercely-
j ; 'r 1' TENNIS CLUB. Sam meditated for a few minutes. that' had passed 'since then, ,there was Well, ,now, youngsters,-look here," mustached warrior. It was to this
'' L "Must: have time to think of it, one most- important. It may have. he said., "As far as tennis, goes, and work that Toddle's regards were di
s ', "Whatever shall we do about it, Bess. Just go away and, let me-be been the first 'or the last, the foundation commercial matters are connected withit rected. Show it me," said Sam, put-
t .,,;" J Sam?" quiet for a few hours. Then it's likelythe or the coping stone of the educational ; you're welcome to my advice ; but ting out his hand.
;:r.. ; I _. Do !I" said Sam, who was tilted ancient will turn up. He was to -process, or, as was: most'likely", when it comes to hearts, and the unlimited But Toddles declined.
j .Lack on a garden chair, with ,a straw: be back by this evening, and. we'll talkit may have been contemporaneous with liability of love-making, I must "It's mine," she repeated.
I, / ,hat resting on ,his nose and a pipe interfering over with him." each step in it, wakening his mind to decline to take shares at any price. Your's, again. How could it be
;. ::. j: with the 'distinctness of his, f' Ah, I'm glad Mr."Colthurst-is com- the perception' new truths,as ,every Hang it, man;; d'ye think I'm a matri, yours? Who gave it to you?"
3 :, ,enunciation ;j" do about what?" ing back. And ,it's my belief," said dayyent by. It was a lesson easily nionialage;, ?'' Mit Nellie," she said, calmly.
y J+ :' .' "Oh, you know quite well.! she, turning round, as she went, fora begun and most pleasant of acquirement They both laughed. This was an Miss Nelllie When ?" said Sam.
., No.' Honor. Haven: an idea." parting shot! having' ,Toddle* with ,her ; a science i old as time, yet ever unusual effort of eloquence for the An- Toddles couldn't give this informa-
' x i Well, you ought to. And ifyou out of reach of retaliation, "that you pregnant 'with new discoveries, most cient, who, unlike his namesake, was a tion, chronological accuracy not being
; weren't the most disgustingly lazy never know what to do about anythinguntil simple, yet most! complex of all studies man of few words. her fort, and the numeration table be- r
hateful wretch that ever a misguided you've asked him first. : There !" there be" And' his teacher in it was "No, you're mistaken," said Sam." ing a trial yet to come. She was firm,
,t .:', ., tennis club elected to the proud posi- So saying the little woman stirred up sweet Nellie Brenton. "It's only about the''Professor and Nel- though, in asserting that Miss Nellie
.lion of its secretary, you would know. Toddles to a trot, and made good their 'She taught him with no dull books, lie ,Brenton. They've had a row." was the artist, and had executed the
i :::1i; But you never know anything by any retreat without loss. foolish folios of paper and printer's ink, i Oh 1" said Colthurst, somewhat relieved drawing for the benefit of her Tod
t chance. There !1" Sam, left alone, pondered deeply.It but all alone and unaided. Taughthim i but not seeing his way yet. dles.
a "Mrs. Elliston! ," said Sam, this is was certainly an abominable mis- with sweet blue eyes, with waved, Here's how it is. Nellie's sister- Do you think the child dreampt it?"
i not a'fitting tone in which to address chance that had come -disturb the 'brown hair; with a dimpled face, anda you know the kid-came home, and said Colthurst. "How could Miss
the,holder of the exalted situation you serenity of their tennis club-a club small mouth saucily merry, or sad wasproposed, for the club last week. Brenton have had the paper?"
-- have referred to. It is evident' you that had heretofore been the sanctuaryof with a wistful thoughtfulness. Witha Someone gave'her a black bean at the "Don't know. Don't understandit i
C t' consider that the accident' kinship content and good fellowship, wherein girlish soft- hand that forced his"own, ballot., Nellie imagines it was him, ," Sam said.
privileges, ? 'you to outrage the tradi- envy and malevolence, and unchar- 'clumsily impotent, to close 'on',a harm-' and won't speak. to him since. He is Ask her, Nellie," suggested Car-
tions of my office, and import the amenities itableness had no place,.whose- mem- less r'acquet.Vit.h laughter and, quite miserable about. it, but I suppose stairs. .
? of private: life into our official bers had always been as brothers and childish 'words and innocent maiden is too proud(; to ask or'give any .expla It seemed the only thing to do. So
c. ... relations. Remember ''that you are 'sistersr more. so, even- There had 'wiles, unconscious of:themselves. So. nation." as Nellie was sitting not far away, Mr.
' ,'i .<<":; \vjthin the precincts of the Cavendish: been girls m it; but.theyliad been content'to -' the professor's education had been finished Well, but what's that got to dowith Colthurst, accompanied by the juvenile
Ike mour !i that Ff, fe t, aremeta'hor- speak evil externals, sparing ] and :his domestication accom- -" author of the statement, went over to
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z ttcl y ac'h'.btt' er,; ere bad' t>een nenltiJtr, p lSh d';an $ b'Cicess, oi'fe"d"'-ha'ens Oh", nothing, of codrse. ; Hft'S Bessie; her; ; "
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1 .-naQe-. 1di1allelPbic&the !imihein! is MacGre- therefore rivalry ;. but strife had re- 'p had cost him his. freedom. in' fact, that has been bothering me ,, "Miss: Brenton". he said. -
equally barbarous. sulted not therefrom, saving the strife Never was man more hopelessly en- : about it. I'd like to set things straight, Yes,"said Nellie, looking up.. "Oh,
r. .a ,Merg: the individual in the official, ; that battles over, a net, and volleys slaved, and' never- :slave in gentler ::if I could, too." is it you, Mr. Colthurst? Welcome
and dp not insult one whose"only fault with:Ayres's rather than Armstrong's. bondage. Yes ; but what can you do ?" home."
"is that,-circumstances have made him. 'And many passing'summer days, daysof It had seemed that 'the course of Now, we're coming to it," said Thanks. This does feel like home,
(.'your brother." mirth and of mocking and laughter, their true l love would" run smooth. Sam. That's just what we want you ,too, somehow. But I wanted to ask
;- -' Mrs:. Elliston, a pretty, dark-,eyed, .friendly contest on the greensward There' was' nothing to, prevent it running -I to suggest." you something. Did you ever see this
x5 44 :' brisk little woman, whose five years of when the: sun was high, and jestful as smoothly (and rapidly) as Indeed," said Coltnurst, not very before ?" taking the ballot ,paper, and
i ;. 'conjugal felicity,sat lightlyupon her, chatting as twilight came and lengthening I 'Niagara.. So, as' they dallied :on the gratefully.There showing her the reverse side, which
11. '; laughed and said :, shadows crept, line by line, over. selvage' of happiness, like a bathing was silence., At lastCt, Find-" bore the drawing. "Miss: Toddles,
\ Now, Sam, don't be absurd. I the courts, had drawn closer togethermen nymph procrastinating pleasure withpreliminary said George Carstairs. here, will have it that yon drew that
t .' :mean about the ,Professor and Nellie, and maids, 'till the years passedby paddling, each day the "Certainlv," Colthurst acquiesced. head and promised it to her. Ifs a
",. .. ...of"course." seemed far away, and the'world, club, who o a paternal interest, one i "Find ; who did it-really." paper that was used at the ballot last;
Spy Well, I thought yon did, Bessie. and bitter works and evil thoughtswere and all, in the professor's welfare, expected "That's a capital suggestion," said week."
; >', ..:But you are so disgracefully abrupt. but a dream, here in the golden "to hear their engagement.And Sam. ". A quite brilliant one. You're Yes, so I did," said Nellie, color
:, Always were, from a child. I should present where the works of Mrs. then this unlucky,misunderstanding blossoming ,into a regular Oracle of ing at the remembrance. "I drew it
;_ have; thought iny'precepts and example Grundy came, not nigh unto them,-and ,had: arisen! as suddenly and portentously Delphi, you ,are.V ould you mind on the back of my paper while we were
,kY"': for nineteen long years ought to chaperons were-not., 'as a Bummer thunder shower. mentioning K w ?" waiting for them to settle something
;wa 4w i.;, ..have done something. So they would, Mr. Colthurst used a single eyeglass It "was all on the head of' a black This hadn't occurred to George. He about the voting''
.I dare say eventually, only that be-. which had. earned for. him the 'bean. Nellie's school-girl sister, a be- meditated for awhile, and at.last said, 'Your own paper? And you gave
:fore you came to years of discretion sobriquet of the "Ancient :Mariner: ," witching; little bit of saucinesss, fair, diffidently, "Papers." your vote on the other side of it sub
'rElliston turned up. Poor fellow 1 Poor i at.first a title of..ridicule, but one thathad fifteen., and fluffy-haired, had come They,didn't welcome the idea with sequently?"
Fred !" grown to be a name of kindlinessand home for her holidays, had been pro- absolute enthusiasm. After. awhile., "Certainly I did," she said, some-
:, r; r Sam thereupon closed' his eyes and respect, for in any matter of doubtor posed' as a member, and had receiveda Colthurst said, doubtingly :' whatbewildered by these questions,
L. nodded his head, pityingly comp difficulty the "Ancient" was always black 'bean. ,A black bean metaphorical "Well, we ''might try. Have you and turning the paper round.
r f.sionating the sorrows/of the present appealed to with confidence. But for they did their balloting got them, Sam?" Well, I think you'll find-"
F \'; owner of his small, sister. She only none of them had ch.mged---not: ; one, onp paper, but nevertheless' a black Sam said he'' had, with some pride, She had found it already. One
t laughed and said:" like the professor.,, When it had been bean. There was only ode, so the as if it was an instance of forethoughtnot glance, and the whole thing flashed
A ;. But really-I do think some one whispered that a professor was aboutto young lady was triumphantly? ,elected, to' be expected from him. So he "upon her. ,She had been somewhat
' ought to do something.' join the club, a real live professor, bnt Nellie 'took the'' matter to heart fetched,'them. impatient at the delay, had made her
i do I, Nellie?" skilled.in all the ologies.and preparedto and was much aggrieved. For in this These were-the ballot papers. Not cross in a; hurry, and-put it in the
:' ': Nellie-Yes. But you know she expound the game of tennis scientif- harmonious little corner of the earth much information to'be had from them., wrong column.
? ,' won't. 'either of them will. Nellie ically, -as based upon trigonometrical black-b ariing had become an obsolete Only' oblong slips, ,of paper. fifteen of "Soshe began hesitating, and
is too indignant, and won't ev'enJ demonstrations of angles, a feelingakin observance, and even ;one was an in: them, each bearing the young lady'sname coloring painfully under the eyes of
{ ,' look at'him. He'is afraid, I think; to to consternation was aroused. And su.- '. ?;! : // "' *, and'ruled in two columns. Yes" Mr. Colthurst, who could not quitekeep
look at.her." when, having been duly elected, Prof. That was bad enough, but why- and," No." Fourteen marked, with a a'faint: smile from hovering about'
." i, "Yes," said.Sam, "I noticed them Saxagon, whose very name was cal- she should'have ,taken; if.mtoher fool- pencil cross in.'thecolumnYes," one his lips.
;* t: ;::- last evening. Nellie was playing culated to inspire awe, first came down ish,pretty little head.that the professorwas similarly adorned in'.the'column "No." So, Miss Brenton I'm afraid you
, i :, had to go for a ball that fell,,close by to the; club, his advent was witnessedby : the guilty party, should have,Jon, ,They passed round .this last, each were responsible for that wreathed
; i, him, so that he could not but pick it an expectant circle, prepared to., be the .instant, tried and ,convicted ;him, scrutinizing it ;carefully.but to no pur- black bean 'yourself. I was sure, personally 'f
: up and hand it to her. Neither of deeply impressed. and, without asking! for defence or:' 'P ose. There isn't' much indication of that it, must have been done
' :' them would look, and their.hands were They saw a little dark man, bearded explanation, or,' even going throughthe character or clue 'personality in two by mistake, for none of our friendsbut -
I= aimlessly wandering; about in the vi- and* wearing, glasses, whose flannels formula accusation,should.have short lines,-intersecting. ,:there, Imvery! : glad, indeed, that:
C cinity.of each other for a long time,be- hung loosely on> his spare figure, who punished? him with ostracism from.herfavor (Sam was gazing ,at forlornlY: one it cleared, up;" he'said, turning away
fore the". ball was transferred. I seemed thoroughly,hopelessly.ashamed that w s.3o puzzle andamysr: degree removed; _from despair. when he hastily.
laughed. I of himself and-his unaccustomed garrniture. tery. It was'a fact that :on ,the afternoon become_conscious'of a: presence-not an ,For the poor child, realizing how
"It's, shame for you, when they are He glanced in a helpless fash- preceding, the, ballot' this sauc Ysister imposing one.. It reached to aheight;; naughty she had been, and how much
SO. erious., I can't do anything, because ion at them, consciously watching him, of hers had .been, thoughtlessenough' 'of two.feet or so, and ,was somewhat she-must have hurt the honest fellow
i ; ,' she refuses''' to speak about him though making! diligent pretence'' of to ..laug4..1itt1e at the Profes- uncertain initsi: equilibrium,,as if,unaccustomed that loved her, grew very pale and
"; ;f at all. And I can't, help pitying the minding their"game., Then:Mr.. Colt-, spr's, tennis play, .and, it;was, also'true, to._biped progression.. Golden piteous, and her sweet eyes filled with
' : poor Professor; he looks so sad, and i hurst had advanced'to greet him, and that1 'when suspicion ,first .struck"her;, was its hair, so much as there was of tears. %
1 r wanders about in an..unbent way, as if i Sam who, as' the next important"'officer and she, surveyed the poor man'with ailoublebarrelled.deteptive'sprt it'; i inquiring were .its, blue eyes, and: The Professor was 'in doleful' bewiiderment
'.' the stiffening were all washed.out of Lacked up' the..:treasurer; reported ,of'gaze, soft infantile: dabs of hands, where.: with the whole affair, the'intricacies -
him. 'He went to play yesterday,and that he had smiled and made some he_,had.blushed guiltily. But the latter with attempted plunges at the.puper.: of female nature being an unknown
didn't-really, Sam, didn't serve a sin, quite commonplace'remark that might phenomenon was by no means uncommon Evidently, from its inquisitiveness and quantity to him. It would almost -
iI gle ball in the set that wasn't a'fault." have occurred to anyone. being f ,the general result ofherjooljing acquisitiveness, feminine. Sam's niece. have been better he thought,
Astounding!I" Sam said. Thereafter he made'his first essay in at ,him at. all ; ,and as to "'Hallo, Toddles, how are you?" said never to have -emerged from his shell
14"fr Well, I know he isn't very good, tennis,. arid three discoveries were the' first' ground of offence? ? -why, it; Colthurst; come"here.:" at all, than to have been thus'sorely
but,then;+ he really does get balls! over made-:-that the ;Professor was disgracefully was folly to suppose ,that a, good- i But the ,young lady. wouldn't. She stricken, after his .:brief 'season of happiness -
often. And it's., a shame for you to ignorant'as'to'the conditions natured: poor fellow would ,dream;'ofresenting 1 I wanted that, paper _. i ,warmed to fuller life by the unfamiliar
laugh at the,., poor, dear old fellow; I'm: of his ow er:5hip'ofli bs a.nd'the man ridicule at all and .to'sus1 ."Now. young-personsaid. Sam I sun of love.
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rushing over, regardless of the laws of Never was such a lion-hearted, pro- .' t 11p. .. .
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charm. Not a word of reproach, not won't; never." .' : .. ,: ....... .. .'. :; .
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health was really suffering with these KIABEPIAN'OFORTES. address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage.

mental gymnastics, saw fit to deserthis SEEDSMEN A GROWERS,

study one afternoon and seek fresh I Peter Henderson & C 37 Cortlandt St.,
air in solitude. And having arrivedat o..u NEW YORK.I Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
a leafy walk which
along once a TONE, TOUCH, WORKMANSHIPand
river (in winter it was a river) ran its DURABILITY. COOKIXG UTENSILS OF ALL K1BS,

slumbrous course, and from whose umbrageous TVIL.LIAM K1VABE & CO.,
Nos.204 and 206 West Baltimore,Baltimore. LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS/
shelter one could catch a No. 112 Fifth Avenue,New York. '
glimpse of a bankrupt waterfall, he -USE- WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.

stayed to rest, and leaning on a rustic N0. CURE NO PAY -
railing with much quaint and C. A. WOOLSEY'SJERSEY
late meditated :Money refunded and no questions asked if
things.Until::. fails to cure any case of CHILL AND FEVER, or CITY E.STABL''tr*HEO .c i ., TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
nearly an hour had passed by BILIOUS and FEVER. A specific for Chill and Fever Wind Mills for pumping'water or running
preventive of :Malarial troubles. l-rlceO The most popular Weekly newspaper devotedto
and soothed by the faint plash of water Cents. For sale by PEARCE & HOBBS, and science,mechanics engineering.discoveries inventions light machinery promptly erected on order.
HOLT'S PHARMACY, Jacksonville, Fla. Send and patents ever published. Every number Church, Factory and School Bells for sale '
and the shaded stillness of the for circulars to JOHNSON & CO., Sole Proprietors --wraI'I'E: : r.EAD-: illustrated with splendid valuable engravings. This at a bargain.
publication furnishes a most encyclopediaof
place, he almost slept walking, and Monticello, Fla.cURTIS. information which no person should be wit oat. Jj:3r:Stoves: at Wholesale Prices.
scarce knew whether he lived or loitered -I aI CO., such that its circulation nearly equals! that of all All goods delivered at the various trans-
-ANDREADYMIXED- stations within the free of
other papers of its class combined. Price. t3a. portation city
in a leafy dreamland. And it year. Discount toXUnbs. Sold by newsdealers. charge. All sales for cash.
chanced ESTATE AGENTS, MUNN&CO.,Publishers.No.36lBroadway,N.Y. .
that noiseless footsteps drew REAL MnnnACo.have CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.
ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA AT t N TSl80 had Thirty
nigh to him, and hand touched his PAINTS
a MitiTIJJ Eight years Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
own tremulously. Whereupon he Loans procured,Mortgages negotiate d, B practice have preparedmore before
exchanges the Patent Office and
In the Circuit Court .
Looked! around and was persuaded that effected. than One.Hundred Thou-,, ,
indeed he slept.. But it was a marvelous Mill Sites,'Town Lots from 2o' feet to 4 6 Sited applications States and foreign patents countries.in the FOURTH. ,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, ,NASSAU
acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 lid'THEY ARE THE BEST.-a Caveats. Trade-Marks, Copy-rights COUNTY, FLORIDA.A. .
pleasant dream,and'he spoke won- acres, for sale. Assignments and all other papers for
securing to inventors their rights in the
dering- N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas Canada. England. France. B. NOTES
Nellie!1" the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal Germany at short and notice other and foreign on reasonable countries terms.prepared }Claim Attachment.HENRY $941,. ,Bond 1882'vs.
For it seemed that (under the survey made for Govern- XALSOUINE" .Information as to obtaining patents cheerfully : HART.
a dainty figure ment by General Gillmore), charters for the given without charger Hand-books of '
stood information free."
sent I
by him, in an attitude pleading, construction of which having been grantedby through Mann 4 Co. are noticed in the| Scientific YOU writ of attachment has been issued)
humble. That blue with the United States Government and the : All Shades 50 CENTS Package American free. The vantage of such notice is
eyes, a per well understood by all persons who wish to dispose against you, and your property attached to
shadow of chesnut hair cast near unto Legislatures of Georgia arid Florida, a large I of their})&tenta. satisfy the demand of A. B. Noyes, amount
increase in the value of adjacent,lands may I of Five Pounds Address )MUNN .I: CO. .ftfe-Boinni: .
Now unless shall
them ing ,
York. you ap-
sought his and, the darkness be A tEmcAx, Broadway New
own, confidently looked for. (See New York pear before .his Honor James M. Baker'
of gathered tears dimmed them, Sun,27-3-83.) Judge of the Circuit Court, Fourth JudicialCircuit '

WIstful. That piteous sweet mouth, I in and for Nassau County, on the
quivering strove to clam WILLIAM I FOR 'SALE AT first Monday in January A. D. 1886, beingt
unsteadily DURYEE, : the fourth day of said month,judgment willbe
speak. And then a voice MARX HELD & CO. rendered against you, and your property
low and wavering mingled with the COlIlIISSIERCn T, R. L. ARNOW'S sold,to pay the debt.
'I -AND- Attorney for Plaintiff.
I am sorry l' it said.U I have No. 43 CENTRE STREET. FernandinaFla.. October 3d, 1885.3m. *.
been very foolish and ill-tempered. :I Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber

cannot ask you to forgive me. But I AND, R. S. SCHUYLERAROaITEOT,
Wanted to tell you how much I am GEORGE: : F. XEWXSa.gon.b..

ashamed, and sorry. And-and :it is For Domestic or Export Trade, FEATHERS, _--
a those little hard for me-too-" and then :600& 602 Broadway; New York., FOR BUILDING OF ALL

poor, weak .rebellious lips wa FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.:: Pay the Highest Market Price for all kindsof DESIGNS with Plans, Details, Specifications -'
vered-broke-and the White Crane Heron- and Superintendence. .>
turning Bird Skins,
Penitent away, ILL-HEADS,. NOTE HEADS, LETterHeads Offic -Adjoining the County Clerk's office, I Plumage, etc. ,Ship Direct to New York.
spirit would have left him. "
Cards, etc., neatly'printed BOTCH" PRINTING DONE AT/
Can large quantities. Express charges
use only
But the Professor-he often thought: ta the MIBROB office. FERNANDINA, FLA. must be prepaid on sample packages. 36 No the MIRROR office. Get the best.L .


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i i -"Ji: .,ffLQUIUA 1 I I] nOl received consignments, from credulous -, OUR NATIVE WOODS. 'who are trying to ,build; up a trade,by.ad.-' lJOst-OJ1l.ce Notice.

and colifidinb ,fruit-bgrowers, i One :of, the :most. prominent 'features vertising' through ,all the North and West Office Hours-From 8:00,A.M. to 6-00: p* v.
that they sell oranges cheaper than anybodyelse Sunday hours 10:30 A. H: to 11:30 A. x.
GEORGE_,R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR.1nJIJiJlr ., and made poor returns,or no returns Las i,'------.- of the Florida section of the the condition of the'market will soon j Money Orders and Registered Letters from8:00'A.
k'i -uuIJtfUlJJjnn the be. Year by i New OrleansExPosition' was the, exhibit prreiselywhatit) : Period ( ,M. to 1:00P.M., ; and from 2:00 P.*
+ # $ Rnbacription, 82 per'yearj .Ix-month. S1.1t. case might year was at the worst to 3:30 p. 111.ARRIV.L .

.ret ',the, number. o, these_ Aventurersincreased I of her Dative M woods? which for i .of l last season. That: state oCt things, ,can be I AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS
streets,second floornjIJJunrUxrijXnrijLnjinj Transit & Peninsular Railroad-
and First '
Office.' career Centre ------- ;;and,by dint of-promises and :variety, excellence arid', finish-were, : precluded in only' one"wa). If those shippers Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 p ?
c BATES OF ADVERTISING. who have no definite arrangements, Brings mails from the North,the *
not excelled anY'other exhibit'in
self-laudations' consignments ,
:Ten cents a line for the,first, and five cents for with consignees whom they personally know Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -'
t each subsequent insertion. which were thrown on the Exposition. Florida hitherto has to be trustworthy and to be already in con- railroads.
notices,15;cents a line. been known abroad and trol of Closes daily except Sunday-.........1Q-QO: A.v.
Special local ,the market, taking all control of II practicallyat a large trade,, 'will entrust their or- Takes mails for the North, the

.. Special Reading rate notices for time 25 cents advertisements a line.,. upon application pricesout of the hands of regularand home,' by its yellow: pine-certain. 'anges can hope to the for Florida the maintenance Fruit Exchange of decent, we Gulf roads.Leesburg coast. ,Transit and Peninsular -

$ at the office. responsible houses, and depress- ly for building purposes the best prices. train arrives daily......... 8:40 A v

,"W9I, ,4 ,! Communications upon all matters of local interest ing the entire market prices of fruit. known timber, but in the exhibit it I I understand that some'persons have argued Fernanama Brings Western&Jacksonville mail only Railroad *

solicited from all parts of the'county and from in reference' to this filled but a-small in that I lack confidence in Exchange ,Arrives .......
the lines of Florida railways. It-was ',: ., among : .. space comparison :- : daily except Sunday 4:15 A'M.
along '
Exchange I because Bishop, ;Hoyt & Co. do not give:it Brings the Jacksonville and St.
t All communications intended for publication other difficulties, that the with the many choice woods i I John's river'mails.
control of their fruit. The state of the case
Y hould be addressed to the Editor: all business was organized by the growers I placed side by'side. I Closes daily except Sunday..........10-30 \.v.
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.' is this: We have been engaged for ten Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's
; .. for mutual protection. The letter of For many years cherry: and,black years in working up a demand for oranges :River and Northern mails.

.'- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1885. Mr. Bishop, and the experience of walnut have;,been the ,only native under our special, brands. The result is that, !, ,:Sunday MallJacksonville and St.John's River

t fruit-growers, who are overwhelmed woods made use of for furniture and we ,have large circles of regular customers arrives......V.............................10:25' A.3[.
THE:. RIVER AND, HARBOR CON- whose standing orders,for weekly shipments Northern mail arrives.................. 0:00 p.M.
'( with circulars stencils cards etc. ornamental at the $brth. .
;;; VENTI ON. 'purposes cover more fruit than we can send. More- Jacksonville St. John's River and '

The River and ,Harbor Conven- shows that the evil increasing b,and The supply;has been so'far exhaust: over, we have agents in all the cities to :the North closes..................... 6:00 A.M.
Jacksonville and St.John's River
Savantion that these people who :have profitedby ed that! the ,price nearly equals the which we ship, whom we know to be as trne 'only, closes............................. 4:00P.M.
nah on the 24th, ,promises to belargely the folly of the fruit-growers in imported woods from Central and to us ,as we are to ou elres. Such other SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.Absolutely .
as can make si milar'statemen ts have
,attended by representative the past, are endeavoring to draw South America. Cherry is again
ffi good reasons for retaining ,control, of their
.'< men from all the Atlantic seaboard many fruit-growers from. the organ- coming,into- fashion' ,; 'and ash is also own fruit, and there is i no,danger of injuryto 4

'States. The importance of the questions ization perfected by their fellow-fruit- used to' a large extent. Imitation the market froni their doing so. At the

to come'before convention, raisers, to again trust their interests staining is also largely resorted to. same time there is a multitude of orange
who would do better for themselves,
and the results which may Tae expected in the hands of Tom, Dick and Har- The red bay,-,the live 'oak, and our growers and better for our,common industry, if they

? from the associated and ry, who all represent themselves as curled pine; 'when polished, will should ship through the Exchange.P. ROYAL rwo

united action of those who are them- "r-laJdng ,a 'specialty, 'o( 'Florida_ make,as beautiful furniture asr any .,P. BISHOP. BIOLUiCtY1/

selves interested and in a position to fruit," all having, "'unusual facilities of the'imported woods. Polish and BUILDING--- --MODEL------TOWNS.- y+ qa
interest others, will merit the attention for its:sale, at the highest price varnish have, a wonderful effect in The Savannah News has the following editorial -

,r. of our people. The South is fast and immediate returns." bringing out the grain and beautifying :

bi' I assuming commercial importance We learn that the,,most',substantial the .natural,'woods. The differ- "Florida is a large State a beautiful and
I Its inducements ,
progressive one. advantages and.the -
form the basis and well known fruit-growers are effected is almost 1.
r,, and our ptoducts of ence as great as it offers 'to immigrants almost -

l.I the manufacturing industries of the consigning their fruit to the Exchange polishing marbles and granites. beyond belief, but they are genuine. y a

world. Year by year the furnishing, which has a well organized Florida has a source of great wealth While there are millions of acres of very

of raw materials increases. Cotton, corps of efficient agents, and has in:her;fine:woods,'and we hope;:that valuable_and fertile land in Florida, up to a
recent date'it' has been believed that there
L ,: of course, is still,the.leading product 'made arrangements for the care, ,there will, be,great,pains taken at the 'were.._ ,good many thousand: "acres in that, : ,411140POWDER

? of our soil; its value runs into hundreds ;rapid transportation, and selection of New Orleans Exposition this year to State that were almost, if not quite, worth-

n, of millions, but supplementing ,markets. furnish. specimens of our woods pol- less, and which'I were' unsaleable, even at
this comes the increasing volume oft INCREASED HOTEL-'- ACCOMMODA---- ished to the highest degree. merely nominal prices. '
our output of pig-iron, railway bars, TIONS. The Forestry Convention, at De- have'Sonie'enterPrising recently discovered Eastern that these'capitalists black

"w marble and other products of We observe in all our Florida Funiak will also call attention to '
., ; many jack barrens may be made the most productive -
growing importance; while an intertfu.1iP cities and towns an increased atten- our fine woods.A land in the State, by a course of treat-

State commerce of the same impor- ,tion to the renovation and enlarge- ment which is novel in the South and Pure.

1if0il tance of the fruits, cereals, ,etc., is ment of hotel accommodations. The NEW PLAN FOR PACKING somewhat. heroic. in its ,nature. The landsare THIS POWDER NEVER VARIES. A
ORANGES.Mr. ,. not cleared, ploughed, fertilized and irrigated (if,purity strength and whole-
r growing up. We need greater depths demand,for more accommodations ;! as many would naturally suppose. someness. :More economical than the ordi-

"gj j to the entrances of our harbors to. is felt every season, and new J. H. Mays, of Leesburg, has .The purchasers do not devote them to the nary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition -
with the multitude of low-test, short-
hotels are built and existing devised what seems to us a very good production of farm vegetables or semi-I
meet.the requirements of. the larger many crops weight alum or phosphate powders.
rt' 1 -, hiPs which are now employed for houses enlarged. .We wish we could, plan, for packing oranges. He has tropical fruits; that would be too expensiveand j Sold only in can .
business. have found out
risky a They
Ijj' congratulate fellow-citizens 1aPer baSs'which exactly fill each;: 48 106 Wall Street, New York
need.that our
; rVSSnslt our navjpan upon
E :
I --61... **.. that the only thing much of this waste soil
? "
;; },". J- 7 0- : % f- : such"movement}here. We have end of the-orange box; 'between'ea'chlayer
l : a 'It\iiJMsnr; bejamproved, and that some fitfor is to be converted into sites for cities J. A.. RYDER & CO. ,
J" ,
'fj "f advantages which ,Nature, has, some'very good houses,.but of limited -' of fruit'he lays a sheet of paper and towns.

; .,... bountifully bestowed upon; us shall capacity. The, Egmont, built to which is cut twelve inches square;' "Every few days ,there is issued in some -,PRACTICALBLACKSMiTHSand -

,when the ,box .is'filled he-folds of the leading Northern journals beautiful WHEELRIGHTSCORNER
be improved the extent which our 'meet the wants'of winter visitors, is over
: of attractive towns, to be built in the
the top of the bag and puts on the maps BROOME AND SECOND STS.WE .
and best ,
; growing commerce and industries one, of : equipped near future, if a sufficient ,number of simple-
,,. demand. Combined action is re furnished houses in the South,' but it I cover.: This plan would seem to offer minded people" can be induced to buy lots ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO

$ ;{fa half an. excellent 'protection from dampness -' there and .become'residents. They all have and all work entrusted to our
quired. We cannot, expect that theJlji is not large enough. It has a care promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work
aid will be unless plant more than sufficient for doubleits and cold,- nearly air-tight. attractive names, and the, alleged streets are carefully Done at reasonable rates WoodWork
required given
named after heroes and statesmen,
military in all of its branches, at living prices
,_ J' demonstrate its necessity. Our own capacity; it'surrounded by ample We hope it will be experimentally and the beautiful trees of the beautiful Land and at short 'notice.JIorseSllocing.

public men need to investigate the grounds, and could be extended tried by large number or''persons" of Flowers; while the squares and "natural a Specialty.

i* :business and needs of our seaboard over'the entire half square on whichit and,the result of the experiment re- "''parks and church and school lots are TJ Furniture repaired,repainted,stained
ported. The cost he will not' dotted off in the most charming manner or varnished. Wire Safes made to order at
harbors in Congress is bui1t'"without difficulty. Hofel says, '
.n' ; our Representatives possible. Then the lots are so cheapcorners short notice.
51'3' should be thoroughly posted as men, say it would be much more exceed seven, cents per box. The that may some day be worth thousands A share of the public patronage solicited.

', f. to the general and separate interestsof profitable if it were larger. A hotelis ordinary orange wraps cost about, being offered at 'the .low price of $9 each, Respectfully, J. .RYDER & CO.

'i 1' the seaboard and its tributary rivers ,like a vessel ; the cost'of maintain' four cents ,per.. box' ', and do 'not'give while centre lots may be had at three for$10.
.. To read the advertisements one would W. K'. ISAUKNIGKT
much, from either moisture
not only the members of Congress -- ing a large vessel is proportionatelyless protection -
; pose ,that many great philanthropists were AGENT,
:r of than that of a smaller one. The or cold, although they do pre
't are representatives a uniting their fortunes: in_order to benefit WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

,,' seaboard Congressional District, but Egmont has generally maintained a serve- the fruit- in- better,- order. poor and suffering humanity. This delusionis BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER,
1every and The great desideratum however is only dispelled when it is discovered that ANDDealer
'member of Congress in every high reputation, with larger ca- ,, ,
. t the land is only worth in the market about in Ice
to know how the fruit until
Southern State should feel thathe is pacity would attract more keep
, '-ii many
: fifty cents, per acre, or; say five cents per lot TENNESSEE BEEF'A SPECIALTYBROOM
people to our beautiful, city. Fer- later in the season,so as to distributeit
11 called upon to represent ad I of 25x100 feet, and that the principal improvements STREET WHARF

corn-4 nandina has as great advantages 'as through a longer period. We hope are the drawing; of the maps 1-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.

i '}Y munity, the whole State, and ,the any' location in the. State,. and in some orange benefactor will solve the and'the'in advertising.expenditure of a few hundred'dollars JAMES ,McGIFFIX,

b whole section of from which some respects has superior advantages question successfully.
;;ul country; "One county in Florida, which,is already

' :,. i he.is sent in a representative capacity -in its elevated ground, fine KILLING ,THE ORANGE BUSINESS. pretty well supplied with real and growing CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.

} ,it, : to Congress. If our, people will sea,beach, good, ,drives,promenades, -- towns and villages, has five or six large Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
: and,facilities for boating, fishing, etc_ PRACTICES BY WHICH FRUIT GTOWERS RUIN cities projected within its limits, and several
Representatives THEIR OWN TRADE. dozen such places are expected to be located FERNANDINA, FLA.
We believe that if hotel
CITRA, Fla., November 12,1885.I this winter.
v i these requirements with effect. ,were once,'begun they would am sorryto learn that the Florida Fruit Florida is a good; State for people to go fully Orders attended and estimates to. from a distance 25-tf care

become!more and more in'request, Exchange is not yet receiving the patronage to, whether they are mere tourists or actual

j ; MR. BISHOP'S, WA.RNING.T TO THEFRUITGROWERS.t and;we' should become a winter're-, which would enable it prevent the demoralization settlers; but, as the Morning News has often In the Circuit Court,

: of the orange market I quote intimated, those who wish to invest moneyor FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
sort to the Ancient anil(
. '" : We in 'an important City, from a New York letter dated November 7th: make their homes there should visit the COUNTY, FLORIDA.A. .

! II j communication from Hon. P. other points'now favored by visitors: ; "I desire 'to impress_ .upon'you the fact that State, and only. buy lands that are valuable
: Good boarding-houses would also all the black-listed scalpers ,are receiving wanted B. NOYES |Claim $JMlt Bond m2HENRY
"l J which else- and"desirable; and if,town lots are I
l r :P: Bishop we republish vs.
'f be a good investment here. Those large proportions of the,fruit: notwithstanding -. the prospector should be:certain that they I HART.Attachment..
: f where. :Mr. Bishop's letter empha: the existence of,the Exchange. My THAT
we.have are not too far from a real town. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
!' 'I.. sjes the evils and want judgment are always full in the_ winter correspondent proceeds to give a list of con- YOU writ of attachment has been issued

k i.,:, among fruit-growers which made the and we have a commendable e signees which is hard for me to keep myself BENEATH a Turkish mosque in satisfy against the you demand and your of A.'property B. Noyes attached, amount to

:I: summer,patronage. from copyingrinto, this letter. and says shall
t season of 1884-5 so'disastrous to the Constantinople a subterranean ing to 94179. Now unless you appear
There is one advantage which is'peculiar'to they "have received their usual ,undeserved before his Honor James 'M. Baker,
I t, interestsqflargenumbersofshipp rs, quantities, and all, ,without a single excep- church has been discovered. Its di- Judge of the Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial

'i* and which. ,have, been growing from Fernandina-its insular tion, have slaughtered the oranges at prices mensions and arrangement have not Circuit, in and for Nassau County, on being the
first in A. D. 1886.
Monday January
life! which,makes it "
year to year. A few,years since,when: position- absolutelyfree everaging one dollar below Maxfield's. yet been,ascertained,but "'there 'appear the fourth day of said month,judgment will
from"malaria in the, I am informed further that, until lastweek be rendered and propertysold
\ the quantity of fruit shipped'had not. spring,and, : to be several small valted passages against you, your
to the debt.
i Maxfield who,is the New York agentof pay ,
reached one-half of its volume therefore,.makes it ,a safe and,desirable H. J. BAKER,
J I present corresponding to the descriptions
t t the Exchange! bought up most of the or- ,
Itt: consignments made.were to .. jlace ,of resort ,to!, visitors i who anges received by) ,the scalpers and,made an of oratoria in the catacombs at Fla.,Attorney October 3d for, 1835.Plaintiff.Fcrnandina 3m

ti .. responsible houses engaged in a legitimate desire ,to remain in Florida- and I average profit of$1 per box on:tnern. But Rome. The remains are still visibleof Deeds.LINEN .
,.' the avoid the spring 'weather and sud- the receipts by1>three"steamers last 'week Warranty and Mortgage
business and
; t'C ,' returns religious paintings which once DOZEN
: I den changes at the North. amounted to 3,150 boxes, which'were distributed .PER-75 CTS. PER
i' were, in the main, satisfactory;. but among, forty different receivers and profusely adorned the walls ; among stamp. Address sent upon receipt of 2-cen

:,1 very soon there grew up a class oft EASTER of next 'year falls on St.1fark's it was no longer 'posSible to control the them are the Ecce Homo, the Virgin FLORIDA. ,:MIRROR,

.t irresponsible, self-styled commission Day, April 25, ifslatest'possible. market The consequence was an average and John the Baptist. 26 Fernandina Fla.-
,date. The last time
this oc-- decline of box in the trade.It .
' ; 1. men without: : capital, business facilities curred'was in 1736 old $1 per general KINDS OF JOB PRINTING EXE-
wt'I ( style) and it
is plain that if large shipments continueto ''FINE 'JOB PRINTING. SEND ALT in the highest style of the art,at
, 'l : or experience,who solicited and 'will not so fall again until 1943. be made,to the bummers and scalpers FOR orders to the MIRROR 'office. the MIRROR Steam Printing House.
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DRY GOODSAND 'Trunkl s J TOWIll? e ; S rldlBdklrchidl H Boalery o o > pia ollanaR, o anlUll 1 s,



OF- Jewelry, Stationery, RiiblDer Stamps, Etc.

French 'and English Cashmeres, Merinos, otREMEMBERSROUSSELL'S :
Alpacas, Delaines,Satines, Lusters, Prints, Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Ms Veiling
Seersuckers a choice lot of Family Blankets
,Flannels of all colors(Red Blue, ; BARGAIN STOR'OLD POST-OFFICE STANDSECOND :
White, Brown, Olive Opera etc.,.) &
Irish Linens, Towels Napkins. Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions,
Doileys,Table Linens and Covers
of beautiful design and I .
finish,Irish and Hamburg TcTGP-T ;
Edgings, Embroideries, _

Laces and Shawls, diii1AT))1 I! GREATLY REDUCED PR :CE'S.11\ \l lr \\, J.&T.TCYDD.

R enY.n! : CLOTHING, : ,I
Brochfie (plaid and all- : .
Wool), Broadcloths, Doeskins

Flannels,Sheetings,Satinet White,Gents'Jeans.Goods Furnishing Cotton Shirting In MATTINGS CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS!\ ,. WINDOW I ; < JII(il NEW FALL DRESS GOODS 1 "

Goods:!!, Hats. Caps, Umbrellas, Boys SHADES, WALL PAPER, etc., our stock is complete\.
and G mts'Suits of latest stymie and finish '
,Trnnk!'=,Valises! ,Satchel?,Ladies arid 'Our SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment and price, with, any = CASHMERES: i .
Gents'Shoes,Gaiters, Hosiery, Ladies and .' .
Children's Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear, in the State.
'<.1 Plaids, ,Prints, Ginghams; etc.,

Goods that cannot be excelled in the 'State-from the cheapest. Cottonade. = Blankets, Quilts, Comfortables,

up to as fine a line of Diagonals as is manufactured. -ATVERY -

Mattings, Rugs, Oil-Cloths, etc. ALPACAS, PONGEES and SEERSUCKERS., we are offering LW PB.ICES: :

Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and i Sfc
China Ware. Goblets, Tumblers, Bowls, bargains, to make room for our Fall stock.
Ewers, Basins, Butter Dishes, etc. !
J6r Orders by mail promptly attended to. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT[

Beds, Mattressps, Bolsters and Pillows, fcfe '
and a great variety not mentioned here. DESIRABLE FABRIC. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY.
the Pro- _rv:" 7'1 ..... ., IIi
All the above was purchased by ,, !!!A'. 7.:':' ".-:, & CO., NEW YORK. FIT GUARANTEED.dill .
: :. '' .w
prietor while:recently in New York, at the ,."\4.. ".. !Jt".i'lr. \" { ':.". '. .
FIGURES, and will be ;
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VERY( LOWEST!,": (profit FOR CASH. : '' 1:' : ':V.' : II! NEW =
Having:;!: been established in East Florida pTSgFurnishing .fi\: ... I
since1853and in this'city since 1801,1 hope'and .
to receive a large share of the
public expect patronage,and will endeavor. make "- Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. I:

.A LBRGE LINE OS 7 Ayff y> OXiffZ3 GOO2DS.-! .=
Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to = I f.
in the future, in the of the most
as past one FREIGHT PREPAID.
ten dollars and over, sent
popular Stores in the city. .. I
I offer my best thanks for past favors. M-t I IM II It II I ( -I+4 CT & 'I'. KTDID: .. .
M. DOWNEY. t f
Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., !

_Fernandina LAKE'S. Nov. 14, 1885. I II GOODS EiIPORIIIMi! }I It NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. j- FERNANDINA, FLA. e. !i f

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Offers for the approaching Holidays a fine I have just,received, beyond question, the finest assortment : : : FiE t."V"JCEJ.: : f
assortment of Solid and Rolled .of Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting of Colored -

Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Blankets are among
r :Evv E1:L.Et.Y.:: -, my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety; MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !11Jf.rSE


Gold % Silver Watches, ,

Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, .
.. ,,
CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS, Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to ." 1:1-t; .::. ,
be found.in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special
Silver in Large Variety, attention is directed to my large and varied assortment: ofMBOYS' ,

.f&J' SPECTACLES.- t..i .:.. '


which cannot be beaten in the city, and which Lam, .selling,at : : {. ,'

No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style.and astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at one- ,
half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' 'Underwear'and .' :,.. \' """- )
Can and examine my stock. Furnishing Goods or'every'description. .: .1--it. : .:::.

.J I.
w-JYl:. L.A.KE, HATS
Centre Street. ,
Proposed Sailings for October and November, 1885.

Fernandina Nov.14, 1885._f .' for Men' ,,Ladies' and Misses, of all sizes,at low prices.. In.Domes'tic Steamers leave Pier 20, E.R..at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina'p.m.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. : Goods I am offering f unprecedented bargains, and I will.not be STEAMERS. Lv. NEW YORK. Lv. FERNANDINA.

undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties.' Carondelet.......................Tuesday, November;10. Saturday, November 14. t
B. G. :McQUITTY Attention is also directed to my large assortment, City. of San Antonio..Friday, November 13. Wednesday, .Novem.lS..

MERCHANT TAILOR, ofGOODS State of Texas................Tuesday, November. Saturday, November 21.
Has removed his business to the rooms overMeddaugh's .I '.H .trSE FURNISHING Carondelet..Friday, November 20. Wednesday, Novem. 25. :.
store, on Centre street.
He,has received an assortment of seasonable This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
goods for gentlemen's wear and is prepared comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea .' York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
to make them up to suit all tastes in the call. All.orders by mail promptly attended to, at .. FRUITS, :VEGETABLES, and others. .
best The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
style.Repairing done. ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
neatly .
Fernandina. Fla.,July 12, 1884.Vatbe connections at FERNANDISTA with FERNANDINA: &; JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE: and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
containing twenty acres each of PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with .FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake
suitable for .
orange growing and truck farm-
mg,are now offered for sale. These landsare THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For 'J,
very conveniently situated for transportation freight.passage rates,and schedules; or further information,apply to ij
,by water or rail,and will be sold on .. '
W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, :
terms to purchasers. Titles are unquestionable pw ::&:; :R.Sf .. .
: : : : ..
.. : FLORIDA. >
lands in ;
Also valuable timber :
..' ; :'. ... *
large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS. C. H. MALLORY &; CO., ,,.. '.. -. .Ij
February 16.1882. Fernandina., Fla. :. I '-V:7 ( : :.: ,..>! A;""':,' ''f"." :Pier20East'Rlver.New1ork., : > ,' 51'IfI'iI''t" .i-1i''!:!.


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::' GENERAL, DIRECTORY. Sheriff-G. W. Epperson Lake.Butler. I MADISON COUNTY. In the Circuit Court, ., ,. .

Jijl .::;-Collector of ,Jfcpenw' ::-Bunberry' Haynes' County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi. FOURTH. JUDICIAL (CIRCUIT, : <, v .
United States Officers..Vrfl Starke. son. : .,' Ct UNTY FLORIDA. : .
Superintendent of Schools.-3. L. Hill, Lake S. Parramore Madison. *:, .. ;!.
Sheriff A.' z "I .
1 .-'
tf 1 1J ilegl,8ter-L. A. Barnes. ,Gainesville-;:- ", :r.** :>>.ut ere' ,,v. r' -.' Clerk;'Jq n'Beggs: ;",fa son: :ALONZO::- B.- 'j.'tOYES"r"';'T ,..: -'
': 0
.it1 '; N ..BRETARD'COUNTY. Superintendent of Sthoo8amriell.J. Perry :: r
J Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville.. 'rti.jhat'c;
' Surveyor-General. F McClellan..;, _-. "'.County.. Judge_ = Ames, .Ar IpGrorV S .. City- Madison ELLEN: :E. S. '\ \DLE1GR.and F :
nR i
w- .. -' Treasurer:-Sf S. Smith Madison. ;
COURT: -p" .oint. l '1,0.' County : JOHN H. WADLEIGH.A J : '- S -
r DISTRICT Collector of Revenue- B. V. Wadsworth,' : : :: :
Titusville. .
Ckrk-A. A. Stewart c ,. BILL HAVING BEEN FILED : .
, ti Judge Thomas Se Jacksonville. \-. 1:'ShMtf M*.El- Efnglisb'.Alitusville.CoUectorof ." Madison. the above entitled ,cauan(1 : & '
i1" JfarslMl!.IL Durkee, Jacksonville. Reveriue-l. F. Reed, Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY.. regularly issued therein, and it, I: ::
It .Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. "
Superintendent of Scliools-John H. Laws, County'JudgeJohn G."Webb, Manatee. that the defenaants'Elkn"E. S. \ :

., .INTERNAL BEVEJffE.' City Point., -. .. ." r'., Clerk: -Robert Griffith; Manatee. and'John H. Wadleigh! reside beyond : : 0't:9":
.Collector S."C. Tho 'Jacksonville., :f't ...LH()UN. / SVatsoli Pine Level. limits of the State"of Florida ;: ::
r t ..... "* .' .", Sheriff-A. to wit. in : :
<. + ..' COLL cT SRB OF CUSTOMS:- County judge-William Clark..' Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton. ,. of the.United States; :
T4 Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fort Green. "It is therefore ordered that the ( ,
{>.i John W. Howell, Fernandina..". :; .. ./SA Joseplr"S.'Stone. Superintendent of Schools-Felix 3.. Seward Ellen E. Wu'dleigh and the said John : : :
t-; I.". Edwin Higgins, Jacksohyille! :!. *..,V< ; n/f/ :: tg
:: > :
John F. House Stf. Augustme.f. 7V wursr ). P. Richards. Pine Level. Wadleigh, do appear in the said, :
* \ff Collector of Mevenye-3oel Atkins. f. MARIOS. COUNTY. Court and demur, plead or answer the :
.. .i, ... ii'.i-ii'. | ,Superintendent Schools-W. G. Cox-well. \ bill on or before the first .)[cUlda\" in \ ; : :.
:r.: l, State Officers. :, '10 County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala.. ber next, .A., D; ISi'.otherwh"e\ ,the .
CLAY COUNTY., Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. :
p'J mi.nts. avernients and charges in said 2
; {i f? EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff V. T. Williams,-.Ocala.} ,. contained will be taken 'as confessed : M
'" '\. '" .. Collecor of,:Rcf'cniu'v.. P. Trantham. t:
); ;fr"' Gooernor Ed ward.A;-Perry, Tallahassee. Park. decree pro cnhfesso entered therein in :
{'f ri:w I { Lieutenant- -Governor Milton H. Mabry, Clerk-G.: N; Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. 7' formity to the rules regulating such ; tY
w-.... Leesburg. Sheriff James W, DeWitt,. Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne, Fernandina, Fla.. September 19. 1885. :
"! C:;
'. .. Fort McCoy. j
..Tallahassee. ; Springs. JOHN EDWARDS.:: ;
Revenue-W. J. Wilson, Green MONROI: COUNTY. '
Collector of
. 44 Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Co.,
'' eo..ptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.. 9 Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. ( Z f Q
.iJI':' J, Treasurer-E. S. Crill. McRae. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. In the Circuit Court, :; :

ill Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. emerritt, Key Wes: FOURTH JUDICIAL_ CIRCUIT, .

Li+ tl. see. ,County Judge W. M.: Ives, Jr., Lake.City. Collector of Revenue'-Mason S. Moreno, COUNTY, FLORIDA. ::
--r:: Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr.; Lake City. Key West.. I[ i : t"i
), -if.4: Superintendent of.P, ubli.c Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-J. ;V. Harris,Key ;
rt.y f6J'!&;. :I f 4, Russell, Jacksonville.AdjutntGeneralDavid. Collector of Taxes W. Payne,Lake City. West. ELVIRA C HORSEY, EMILY] :

.:t Lang. Superintendent of Schools W. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. A. NOYES. E. P. NOYES, ] : .
SUPREME COURT. Lake City. and CHARLES A. NOYES, | : : ;
Baker Fernan-
County Judge-Hinton .
vs. //i

I'F t;;;"" Associate CJtief Justice.-Geo.Justice George G. McWhorter.P.Raney, Tallahassee. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. dina.Clerk-J. A; Edwards J I Fernandina. ELLEN H.'V E.S.\V ADLEIGII.JoIIN and ALONZO I I ) m
j '
+, ; *Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sheriff; John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. B. NOYES.: J j .
'ii.i; Associate Justice-R. B. Valkenburgh, Sheriff Win. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- .
.'{ .j Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm Ewan. nandina. A BILL HAVING BEEN FILED m

$..'s .;f!' Clerk-D. Wilson, Tallahassee.CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer- the above entitled cause, and
,. ...c' .' 'regularly issued therein and it
.7...1'::.".... JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. that two of the said defendants, to
W First C'ircuil.-Augustus 'E. Maxwell, Pen- William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, ;
; County Judge- Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and John H. \
t t-t: sacola. sonville. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Feman- leigh reside beyond the limits of the I,
Tallahassee CZerJb-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. of Florida, to wit., in one of the
Sheriff-Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. States; . .'.'" '" ,' ,, ,
r4f. 4)8 Third Circuit E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor'of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. It is therefore ordered that the said ,

; 2', Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-J.: L.'Bryan, Orlando. dants, the said Ellen E. S.. Wadleigh .

;'.-:1-;' vlll ;Collector of Revenue-Moses' J. Brown, Clerk Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. John H. Wadleigh'do appear in the : ;. J i ,

.f,... t Fifth rcuit-Thomas E. Kmg.Gamesfl ; 'Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue::Y. T. Hardemah, Or- Circuit Court rand ;.demur: plead or '.' ; 't / I
fl ; Superintendent of Schools-William. H.Babcock lando. the said bill on'or before the first .a 1

rat t" Sixth Circuit-H..L. Mitchell, Tampa. ,. Jacksonville. Superintendent o f Schools-John T. Beeks, in November next, A. I). 1885, otherwise ,i.,':;;.;' ,
.J. Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford.
.r,. II; ESCAMBIA. Orlando. statements, averments and charges in
( ; Surveyor-3. 0. Fries, Orlando. bill contained will be taken as
i i Court Calendar County Judge-Walter Tate. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. and a decree pro confesso entered therein ,
f'; .,.i.ji1 Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. s U' tf
FIRST CIRCUIT. conformity to the rules regulating}
r' ( ; POLK. i ;:
: Fall Term- SheriffJoseph'Vilkins.TreasurerJ. causes. <

;1 ,. ; Santa Rosa; 2d Monday in October. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A.Fortner. Fernandina, Fla., September 191885. tt. ..._ ,-.. .. .
Collector Revenue-Manuel Palms.Superintendent Clerk-S. J. Pearce. ; '
in October. of JOHN .' \
i', ; Walton, 4th Monday A. EDWARDS, : ; : : : ; "
. : 4 after 4th of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. Clerk Circuit Court Nassau \.,-.*. ':#?-*'
,:{ Holmes, 2d Wednesday Monday 44 Co., "v '*:.-...-i.-.l-jIf ...
Treasurer-F. F. Beviile. "
y in October.Washington. : -: .j; ...:
f ,.
3. D. Tillis. .,-. ,'
Collector of Revenue- Notice Of' I .:. .:
2d after 4th :
Monday Monday Insolvency. .
; ;, f Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. I (.,-; -.
t f,! ; in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins.Sheriff COUNTY COURT, Nassau ,t,. '
,.. Jackson! 3d. Monday after 4th Monday PUTNAM COUNTY. IN .
f'''' :: S. A. Floyd. Florida; Whereas Fred W. Hoyt, I '. '
,", ;.. October. Treasurer-R.:H. Porter. 'I Judge of Probate T.S. Houghton,Palatka. ministrator of the estate of W. S. \ ,.
-r cambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector Revenne-Geor A. Patton. ..
of ClerkW. P. Forward, Palatka. deceased, late of the'connty aforesaid,
8.% This act amended section 2 of act of FebJJr. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. i Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar; Jr., Palatka. ing filed in the office of the County ,

T .:t\ ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. of said county, a written suggestion of : ,;- :,:;,.:
rtiJ to1! TdlRD CfRdtfM, Countg Judge-J. R. Hams.
f : Palatka. given to all persons having claims or
Nicholson. .
: Spring Term- Clerk-Augustus TAYLOR COUNTY. mands of any nature whatever against
l ;; .' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. estate to file the ,
\ :', ,1 Smith. County Judge-John R.-Km1brew, Perry. same duly
);!J 'f!: ,} April.Madison. Treasurer-A. W B. A. Tucker in the office of the County Judge of
Sheriff Perry.
2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. :M. Morgan. '
"Jl,. county, on or before the 13th day of
Clerk John C. Calhoun
sew Itt{ Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of SchoQZ-C. E. L. Allison. I: Superintendent- of Schools-, Perry.T. J. Faulkner, ber, A. D. 1885! at which time there will FLORIDA

.;F fr Suwanee 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. a pro ,rata payment to creditors
Perry.JbuntyTreasurerD. .
in April. X .L, thereto and the Administrator \[ COMPANY./
( *M
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). ., I ond 4th County Judge Samuel :Mclnnis;Jasper. S. Button;Perry.
t; ; Oilunilij 1'IT ){ rztJ; ler Monday Witness my hand and seal as
J T in i Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. s
J'( Judge day
} county,
3. B. Hardee
n: :) Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Sampson Tavel Jasper. Collector of Revenue Perry. April, A. D. 1865.
: Revenue: John H. Lee. '
Collector -
in April. of SANTA ROSA. H. J. BAKER.
:I'1S/', t Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid, County Judge-John Chain. County Judge.Fernandina M'H R. R. Line.

r .tj:l .:.... Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. Clerk-R. 11. Shepard.TreasurerRobert April 11, 1885.
a" October. HERNANDO COUNTY.County Robinson. And Cedar Key
[if.t! V"V'. ; ; Madison, 2d Monday in October. Ju.dge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-'V. J. Williams. The time of the final distribution in

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

1'{ ,'. 1 Suwannee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. Jennings, Brooksville. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. to November 3,1885. II. J. BAKER

Cw"'(;.; 'F t SS! in Columbia October. 3d Monday after 4th :Monday Assessor Collector of of Revenu.e-Jno.E.Taxes-J. F. Shands King,, Lecanto.Brooks- tine.County Judge)[. R. Cooper, St. Augus- td County Judge.DRUGS and Purchasers a large-

:"'i.'' :,'. 1.1"j'j .:' in October..Lafayette October., 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday xille..Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Sheriff Clerk-Bartolo Ramon F.Hernandez Oliveros, ,St.St.Augustine.Augustine MEDICINES ETC. eligible and desirable-

11.- Floral City. F. Llambias for
.1'; t ; FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph Purposes, or
: : t'.1! Sprinq Term HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. ADLISIIED 1875.
: '
r r**."l j St. John's 2d Tuesday March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent Schools.-Peter S. Arnau, ,

.J' ff" Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine.
[ Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff 3. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. DRUGS TERMS.
ii:> Baker, 2d Tuesday in April Collector of Revenue-W. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, anHORSEY

:: i ( ; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. IiO:'MES.. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. on Values allowed to'
:t : : Duval 1st Tuesday in May. H. Brownell. Sheriff 3. F. Galloway, Sumterville.
$+w Fall Term- County Judge-A. Collector of Revenue-I. N. Withers,. Lees- & CO. manufacturing indus-.
'' Clerk-T. H. Pitman. or
$ &. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. : Ellis. burg. ,
: 1 4th in Sheriff Thomas N. C. F. Venable
'''i Clay, Tuesday September. D. Gillis. ,Superintendent of Schools- will erect on the
: ,'. 'J Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October..q4. Treasurer-Daniel Sumterville. prop-
; '! ,l Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. SUWANEE COUNTY. PHARMACISTS

!,t!" .J trS Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools Whitnell Curry. County Judge M. W Phillips, Live. Oak. =1 1 improvements-

n .... ''a Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH JACKSON. Clerk-J.. Newman- Live Oak.- which to conduct their-

r'1; CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.

I,E Spring Term Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue-:-Wilson H. Sessions, Centre Street.FERNAXDIXAFLORIDA.
t'r ,,t,, Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff-Andrew Scott. Live Oak.
',_ Marion, 4th Tuesday in March Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W.. Mizzell, TO MANUFACTUR
xa, Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. ,
& March. of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin.
; Superintendent VOLUSIA COUNTY. for a term of years from
b1, Levy, 4th Tuesday after-4th Tuesday. ,in JEFFERSON. County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- KEEP constantly. of FRESH on and hand PURE a fine
March. :
the several cities and
1I Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-W.; B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs by
Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise.
Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise.
Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello.
ra, Fall Sumter Term-, 1st Tuesday.in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.DrudyEmporia. and CHAS. W. LEWIS,
.P. Monticello. 'Superintendent of Schools-B.F. Fox, New Fernandina.
a Marion, 3d Tuesday in October.
Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. County Treasurer-W.LM.,Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. WAKULLA COUNTY. Homo30pathic and Patent Medicines e building (up stairs),,

Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. First streets.
"i' Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Revenue 3.. H. Tucker, Mon- ,County Judge-R. S, Smith. Proprietary and Fancy
I in November. ticello. Sheriff-Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville
3* k SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. .,. ,"

I Spring Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy.. Superintendent of Schools-E.. Y. Watts, FINE TOILET ARTICLES ; ..,., ,-' ..-....

!, ''S I Orange 4th Monday in January. ., Sheriff-C. S.Weathersby. Crawfordville.' :, ,,,.' ... .i'r
.t; Volusia, 3d Monday February. 'Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ,,..'.-.,.,..':, ........1"i".:.. ""--1'. ." .
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent Schools-3.G.RamseyNew fordville. "
f Dade,3d Monday in April. Troy. Collector of Reveriue- J., Pearce, Craw-. IN GREAT I VARIETY. : :: ': _. ;" f.'" :>> ., .

tall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. "Morgan,'.New_ fordville. {" ) ..
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. ; ,'.-:

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector Refenue-J.T. Gates, Old Town. .County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. {".-';_' .}.tl { :'..1,
c y 1k Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade .- Assessor of Taxe*-C.' C. Burch. 'Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Physicians' ,".,;, ,:"',:"', ; '..
a' 1 ,-2d Monday in November.. Sheriff -John C.'McSween. carefully compounded with 'pure <: (
Treasurer James E. Bowers. reasonable vrices.SEWING. : :: !)1"4: .
k County Officers. County Judge JZ. M. West, Tallahassee. ,Collector of Re1enue-W. B. McLeod. \ t",.' i.';:. : !...
John A. Pearce : : : : 'jo.- ; ;'
Sheriff Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. : ; 0 .. ;
.9' i ALACHUA. HALL J. .4i U. ; .
derk G. A.
w Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. .. "'"I" ;..>.' --
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County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel,
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Tallahassee. .County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ,LATE ,IMPROVED MAKES :
(r 1 Clerk-J.. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer. L. Demilly Tallahassee.' Clerk-D. D. Melvin; i 'i '
S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Sheriff S. W. Davis. 5 3fe, >} *
Sheriff Collector of.Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla For Sale at Manufacturers'
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Treasurer-Thomas J.-Miller. j-rr- '"
ville. Collector of Ret'enue-John Roche. t qr.>
Superintendent of Schools-W.. N. Sheats, Clerk-3. M.; Barco, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. of description. ; { .(.**-.' -Jr ?'.C--'

Gainesville. ,every
W. H. :; c
Sheriff Bigham Bronson. ATTACHMENTS :for any Sewing
BAKER COUNTY. Collector: of Revenue, W. H. Anderson, Notice for Final Discharge. for sale. .
tu County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. -
2t Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. of Schools-J P. DePass SIX MONTHS AFTER THE I -
t Sheriff 3. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. of this'notice I will presentto ;JaJ- Old Machines repaired at : : S JE
the Hon. H. of Probatefor prices.
Collector of.Revenue-J.W. Burnsed, San- J. Baker, Judge : :
k' derson. LIBERTY. Nassau county, my final accounts and HENRY HOBEIN, ';< ,.,.1, "(
County Judge-R. F. Hosford. Corner Third and ,
Ash Streets
Schools Wm. Lessene vouchers as executor of the estate of z
Superintendent of i"r
Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. WILLIAM'MARSON, deceased, and ask for a 8 Fernandina, : 'j ..
r Sanderson. Sf..eriff-D. G. Harrell. final discharge. .

i" BRADFORD COUNTY. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. > JOHN'' A. ELLERMANN, MIRROR" STEAM send for our Select List of?
'' County Judge-3. R.Richard'Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-L. G. Wilder. Executor.. THE is, noted for the artistic pers. Geo. P. Rowell & Co. ,.

s II .t 1. a Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake. Butler. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.J.Gregory. Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m in which it.executes all kinds of '. ,


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GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY ETC.. .1 f''RAILROADS. .' .. Savannah,Florida,&Western E'y. I! Ar. Interta... *.:. .......:. G.10 a m 4.0G p m

-- ArJT"&KVTJune..7.30am 4.55pn>
.WAYCROSS SHORT 'I.INE. Ar. Palatka_............... 7.40 am 5.10 p m.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Florida Railway 'Navigation C Ar. Jacksonville.......... 1.22 p III 7.12pra.
All trains"of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE
((90th). Meridian time, which ,is 33 minutes GAINESVILLE
slower than Jacksonville time. For Ocala, Leesburg..... ............} Fast Mail
THE KEYLINE7 ,For Pemberton's Ferry :........... V
For Astor...............:.J 11.45 a **
0"Passenger Sunday, May 3d, 18S5, For Pak! ..............
EMBRACING THE WESTERN, CENTRAL AND Trains,will, leave and } Ex. Sun. ..... -.....-
_I SOUTHERN DIVISIONS. : follows: arriveas For Jacksonville.......J'\ ...?...... ......_......
For St. Augustine..... 3.00am 2.05pm.
Isfiw s-f aSsS CENTRAL' (90TH' MERIDIAN) TmtL ONE, HOUR 'Leave Jacksonville daily'at.......... 7:30 a m TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.

SLOWER THAN WASHINGTON, D. C. Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pru Frm Pem berton's Ferry........... ) Fast Mail
Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:088 m Frrn Atorand Leesb'rg ............ [ ......?......
Arrive at Waycross daily .at..........10:00 a m From Ocala............... ............J 3.05pm
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT'NOV. 15,1885. Arrive at Thomasville daily-at..... ,,1:30 p m' From Palatka...........) ,JEr. Sun. ......_......

-- Arrive! at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... y......_...... ..............
Western and Southwestern Fast Line Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m From St. Augustine...J 9.30pm 12.45pm

., ',Arrive at Pensacola daily at.........10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.
Arrive at :Mobile daily at.............. 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield Lane Park
Read D'wn Read Up. Asta-
Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m tula, etc.:
a.m.7.30..? Lv..dacksotav1lle..Ar ......- p.m.8.40 Connecting: at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg...........................10 30 a m
8.14....... .. ....._._Baldwin........ .. "....... .7.48 ,cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Ppna- 'Ortr:."K- '. T ................. .4.4opm
9.45 ?...... Ar..Lake City.........-Lv ......- 6.13 cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- :For Yalaha and Bloomfield
10.36 .:.... ". ........Live .Oak........... ........ 5.14 Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick only-after
tlI r 1144....... u ........Madison......;....:u ..... 3.53, take this train at noon trip :
p.m. '' arriving Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg........................... !..5.20 pm
1.30 ... u ..........1Ionticel1o.......... ..'. 3.20 B.&N.'R.R.at7.40p.m..
2.09....... u ........:fallahassee........ u ....... 1.15 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
3.20 ., .. u ............Quin,y............. u .....? train Savannah to Pensacola, :Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .
Lnw ., im01 arid New Orleans:
4.00......... u .......River .1unction.:.... u ......? 11.20 Pullman 'Palace Cars Pal atka. with Jacksonville, Tampa &
4.5.'j......... u ...........l\arianna.......... ......_ 10.49 Sleeping Jackson- Key West Railway and fast river steamers
7.00 ........ ...DeFuniak Spring..... U ......? 8.40 ville. to Cincinnati via Jesup. for St..Augustine Green Cove
., ....... .........PensacQla.......... ". ........ 5.05 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- sonville and all Spring. Jack
aouryP 9.co.Nraw -- -- ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST points North, East and
10.35........_ U .............}[obile.:: .......;.... U ......? 12.20 West, and with up.river steamers for South
\, MAIL. Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron
......... ........New Orleans......... ........ 7.00 Leave Jacksonville' daily' at........:.. 2:30 m steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship
A. B. NOYES 6.50 ........ ....:.-.Montgomery......... ... 8.40 Arrive at Jacksonville dairy at..12:00 m City of Mnntioello," for Charleston, New

:- p 7.25.mm. ....... U .....;....Nashville.. .......... ." ........ a.m.7.50 Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m York Mail Boston trains, Philadelphia, etc.
"': DEALER IN- a.m. Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m make close connection both
,,1.40....... .........Evansville......... ......_ 1.00 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville, Tampa &' Key West #
.p.m. :Arrive Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 m Railway,at J Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast
FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES 8.00....._ U ............8t.Louis_......... ........ 7.15 Arrive at'Jesnp daily at................ 6:38 p p m Line-Fast Mail

2.20....... .........Louisville. ?.........'U ........ a.m.1.00 Arrive Savannah. daily at......... 8:25 p m &At Wait's'Crussin: with? Florida Railway
p..4. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a m XaTlgttlon C; .,-for ". ado.! .
6.35........ ..........Cincinnati......:... U ......... 8.45 Arrive at Washington, D.C:, daily.11:45 p m At Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &
........ U ....... U ......_ Western for'
.Indianapolls .3.50 Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 Railway, Tallahassee, Savannah -
Hay and Grain, Ship Stores 9.45........? ....,......Chicago ............ ........? 3.45 Pullman Palace Buffet'and Sleeping Cars.a m New Orleans and all points North
-...! ThronRh TicKets on sale at aU coupon offices Savannah to New York without change.EAST East' and West; and with Florida Railway
Baggage checked through. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key,
FLORIDA EXPRESS. Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa.At .
FURNITURE STOYESPAINTS AND CROCKERY Leave Jacksonville daily at.........., 7:20: p m ,Ocala, with Florida Railway & Navi-

Central, .. and Southern Divisions-Quick Line Arrive at Jacksonville'daily at..;.. 8:55 a m gation Company, and. hacks for,:: Silver
North and East. Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35: p m Spring.
I Leave Gainesville daily at........,... 6.00 p ni At Leesburg with the St. John's & Lake
HARDWARE, "WILLO -WARE- ETC. Read D'wnl Read Up. Leave Live Oak daily,at .............. 8.55pm Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
a.tn. 'I' a.m. Arrive at DuPont daily at. ...........11:00 pm Railway, and bets! on Lake Harris for
p.m. p.m. '
10.00 I 5.00Lv..Fernandina..Ar \ 3.55 Arrive at Waycross dailyat.1055 p m points on lake.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. 11.26 6.35.Ar.Callahan.Lv., 7.50 2.30 Arrive at Jesup daily at" ......'.........12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack 'Line

......... ........ 2.20 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort, Dade.
1L4451 \ Arrive at Albany daily at............10:30 a m Tampa, and South Florida.
9.25 Ar.........Baldwin.........::.Lv .5.45 1.30. Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m O. W. BROMWELL,
N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fernandina, Fla. a.m. Arrive at Macon daily at;............... 8:50 a m General Pass.Agent.
7.30 9.30 Withlacoochee..Ar 7.40 7.40 Arrive at Atlanta daily at............12:30 p m SHERMAN CONANT
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7.50 9.50 ....... .St.Catherine. 7.25 7.25
8.40 10.50 .:.......Panasoffkee......... U 6..45 6.45 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m, General Manager.
Arrive at Charleston:: daily at..12:45 p m

a.mm 5.30 p.m.5.10 U ............Orlando............ 9.25 10.10' Arrive at Washington daily...........10:30 a m
6.30 8.20 U ...........Tavares..........;. u, 6.10 8.10 Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide.
6.59 9.02 ........_I..eesburg_......... 5.20 7.38 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
He E DOT TEHER 7.Ti 9.55 c. ...........Wildwood-......... .4.40 .7.08 [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading-
8.34 11.35 ......_......Ocala............. 3.05 5.56 Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping indioaticjitps, intended as a means' of information
8.55 11.53 U .......Silnr Spring._...;., 2.36 5.32 Cars via'Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. to the -
traveling public. To be reliable '
ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF a.m. Connections at Atlanta with Western and
INVITES 9..18 12.52 U ...............Citr :............. 1.38 .4.29 Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and it should be correct. The ,managers of
11.02 2.18 Ar:.............Waldo..Lv 12.05 3.12 Georgia Railroads for 'all West and the different railroad and steamer lines will
'points greatly assist us in'our efforts to make it
-'- +- 7.00...... Lv..Cedar Key..Ar ....... 7.25 Northwest. so
8.42 .... ...........Bronson............ "_ ....... 5.29- Palace by notifying us of changes made in the run
FAMILY GROCERIES 9.13....... U ...........:.Archer............. U ....:.... '4.56 Pullman Sleeping Cars Jackson ning time when they will be promptly cor
ilFINE{ } 10.06....... U .........Gainesville.. ......... ......? 3.57, ville to'Louisville" Thomasville. rected.
Connections at with I4onisvine
::: .* -t-. 11.08. 2.30 ,u .............'Valdo.............. 11.50 3.15 and Nashville Railroad for Ncxr --
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Ii I p.m. Orleans and Texas and and .
,. . .. Il 12.03 3.23 ..............Starke;....... .., 11.10 2.22 ; points West TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILB,' 9.
:)MORA.CING NEALY' EVERYTHING' IN THIS LINE. ALSO IN THAT OF 1.22 6.00 .........?:Baldwin:........:.. ". 9.35 a.m.12.40 Northwest.Railroad of: Georgia At Savannah for all points with West Central and For Day Cedar Passenger Key and Train Wildwoodandall leaves

2.25 7.20Ar.,, ........Callahan..Lv 6.50 11.33 Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway points on Transit Road..10.00 a.m.
p.m. for all points North, with steamshipsfor ForSavannah and all points North
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .. ., 8.45 1.25 Ar..savannah..Lv ......? 7.01 New York, Boston' and Baltimore. At and a.m.
a.m. p Charleston with steamships for, New York
10.45....... ....._....Atlanta............ ... 3.30 (connecting at Callahan.) i'
SUCH GOODS KEPT IN' STOCK AS CAN BE, RECOMMENDED AS 6.50....... ",...._...Cincinnati..........," ......- 8.-17 :Philadelphia and Baltimore, For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
am. Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail points on the Florida Central & ,

1.53....... ..........Charleston'......... ........ 3.00p.m. and Steamship connections, and Baggage Western Railroad................ ...10.00a.m. ,.
PURE AND OF GOOD a.m. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths '
QUALITY.ESPECIAL 6.55 ........ ..........Richmond_.........'!' .......10.49 and 'sections secured at office inAstor's (connecting at Baldwin.)
....._ .......::-:35'ashington.. ......... .?...... 6.00 Company's Day Passenger Train an-ives-
11.56.. Building, 84 'Bay street, and at Depot -
From Cedar Wildwood and
1.30........ .........Baltimore......... ......... 4.10 Ticket Office, and on board People's Key, ,
p.m. Line Steamers H.B. PLANT, CHATTAIIOOCHEB all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.In
----- ..t-J..t.. t- ......_ ......-Philadelphia........" _...... 1220 and JENNIE LANE. From Savannah and all points in
-I TINE TEAS AND COEEEESntt _4.40.._.. ..... ....._..New York.......... ........ 9.00 JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.5.3 p.m.
l= General From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
PARLOR Passenger Agent.
ELEGANT SLEEPING AND CARS all points the Florida Central
between Jacksonville and Orlando and Montgomery & Western Railroad................_ 3.55p.m.
TIlE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCTJBED. and Orlando.i Night Passenger Train leaves-
CONNECTIONS : Southern Railway Co.
-- For Wildwood.......................... 5.00p.m.
At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for
Pal atka and all landings : at St. Catherine with ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING For Savannah and all points North
NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. Florida Southern Railways for Pemberton Ferry, and West....................... 5.00 p. m. .
BrooksviIle, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburg (connecting at Callahan.! ) I
with steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, SOUTH.
Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERXAXDI\TA,. EX A. Eustis and Griffin ; at' Tavares with Florida Accom. Fast Mail. Night Passenger Train arrives !
Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Orlando Daily ex.Sun. Daily. From. Cedar Key, Wildwood, and I
with South Flonda Railroad for all points Lv. 'Jacksonville, via'J. all points on the Transit Road... !9.45 a. m. 1!

on their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat T. & K.W. R'y.................. 7.45 a m From Savannah and all points in ,;
,- Company, for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon Lv. St. Augustine via the North arid West................. 9.453. m.
Springs, Manatee,Tampa etc.
St. John's Railway................ 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and I
Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p m' 9.45 a m all points on Florida.Central & !
FERNANDINA JACKSONVILLE :BRANCH. Ar.Interlacnen........... 6.30 Ii m 10.50 a m Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m. j

(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Ar. Wait's.Crossing..... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m FERNANDINA A JACKSONVILLE R. R. ;

; Lv. Fernandina.................720am. 250pm. Ar. Rochelle................. 8.40 pill 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily i'
n i" ,1"' ; Ar.Jacksonville.............._ 8.45" 4.35" Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 m 12.20 except Sunday I
,:r.o'I,. Lv. Jacksonville..............- 9.25 5.10'c p p mAn For Jacksonville......................... 7.20 a, m. i
Gainesville........... 9.30 12.45:
Ar. Fernandina11.00 6.36" a m p m For Jacksonville ...... 2.50 p. in. ,
Ar. Micanopy .............:12.50 a in 12.50 p m Train arrives : t
SUNDAYS ONLY. daily except SU1lClay-
H. B. AIKENS ( ) Ar. Ocala.................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p m From Jacksonville...11.00 i I
I Lv Fernandina............._7.00 a.m. 3.30 p. m': a. m.
Ar. Jacksonville........?...... 8.26" 4.56" Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17pm From Jacksonville....................... 6.30p.m. l
Lv. Jacksonville..............:. 9.10 5.304. Ar. Leesburg.............. 7.00 a m 3.55 pm SundaIOnly- j

Ar. Fernandina10.36 4i 6.56" Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00 pIll From Jacksonville ....................10.36: a. m. !
Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............. 7.00pm From Jacksonville 6.5G pm..
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Lv Leesburg. St.Johns For Jacksonville :. 7.00 a.m.

HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS Steamer express le 'Jacksonville Wednesdays -, & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m For Jacksonville 3.30p.m.MALLORY '
the elegant and Saturdays steamships at 5.10 of the p.m:l\fallory'Line.:;connecting with sail Ar. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.45 p m LINE. ,

-- ---- ing semi-weekly for New York direct Lv. Fort Mason........... ..;.....:...< '4.55 p m For New York direct, every Wednesday .
FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Ar. Altoona............... ............ 5.30 pin and Saturday evening.
Connections made at Fernandina every Sundayand Ar. Astor................... Daily. 6.45pm From New York direct every Tuesday ;t
Thursday with the Florida Steamship Com- Lv. Fort Mason..10.00 a m5.00 p m and Friday eveing at '3.00 pm.;
pany'for Savannah., Charleston,New York and. Ar. Eustis...................10.10 a m 5.10 p m :
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Boston. Ar. Tavares .................10.40 a.m 5.30 p'ra CHARLESTON A rLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
BRUNSWICK AND INLA1dD S. B. CO. Ar. Lane Park....*...'....11.00 a m' 5.45 p m For'''Jacksonville and Palatka, by City of
Connections at Fernandina daily from and to GOING NORTH Palatka or City of Monticello, every Mondayand ;
; Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. Thursday. From Charleston same days.
i, 1 v Collyer leaves at 2.30 p. m. Daily. Fast 1Jail.Daily. For Charleston and Savannah, by same ." .'
t, I J. A. o. MACDONELL ., steamers, every Sunday and Wednesday. 'to,]
General Passenger and. Ticket Agent.W. Lv. Astor ... ............ 7.30am From Palatka and Jacksonville same days.. .
G. COLEMAN, Lv. Lane:Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m ... :
Gen. Trav.Agt., Jacksonville,FlaD. .
.,E.. MAXWELL, Gen. Sup't.: Fernandina: ,Fla. Lv. Altoona................. 8.50am CUMBERLAND ROUTE. ;
Lv. Tavares............'..... 3.50 p m 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Colly,.for Bruns-
Notice ,Incorporation. Lv. Eustis. ................; 4.20 p m 9.15 a m wick daily at............. 2.30 p.m_

PAPER HANGING ALSOMMM 1 Ar. at Fort Mason from, (connecting at Brunswick withE. '
& G. R.R. for Northern
.THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE Lane Park................ 4.30pm 9.20am T. V.
.of. the,' formation- of Ar.'at Fort Mason from and Western'points.)

,THE EAST GEORGIA" & FLORIDA RAILROAD Astor..................... 9.40 a m ,SteamerThos.wick daily Collyerfrom.Bruns- p.m.ST. .

COMPANY Lv. 'ort'Mason.......... 9.50 a m'
.. Ar.- Leesburg............... 10.35 a m MARYS RIVER.
for the' purpose of constructing, maintaining ; Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- ;

; : and ,operating railroad for public use, Lv. Pemberton's.....Ferry... .... 10.25 7.00 a m For St. Marys and Crandall: ,Tuesday -
PAINTING!G OF ALL NDsf; Ar. Leesburg,. ; a m .
in the conveyance of persons: and! p op'er. Y. and Friday....... ..., tJ.Op.\ .m.
t : '< from .the ,St.,Mary's River, at or nearly opposite &SUI' ,For $t. Marys and I'nngeness, on
; the City of St. Mary's,.Georgia, to the. ,Lv. Leesburg..............: 6.30 p m 10,45 a mAr Wednesday and Saturday....:.;.. 2.00 p. m.
DONE AT REASONABLE RATES AND IF 'AIRS-CLASS :MANNER. City of Jacksonville, Florida, by the most : South Lake Weir... '8.10 p ni 11.18 a m For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
direct and practicable" route, through the :Ar. Ocala..;.................10.30 pm 12.25 p ra Monday and Thursday............ 800am. .
Counties, of,Nassau arid. Duval, Florida.W. ,Ar. Micanopy.- ............. 2.45 am.2.05 p m Steamer Martha arrives :
T."DILL, Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 a m. 2.35 p m ,From'St. Marys and Crandall on
: H. S.. MORSE, Lv..-Rochelle:............... 3.50 a m 2.40 p m Monday and Thursday...........- 7.00 a.m. ','
SHOP LOCATED IN SWANN'S CONCRETE BUILDING, .: ; ,, 'W.: .E.. KAY, Ar. Gainesville............. 4.20 a'm 3.05 p m, From St. Marys and Dungeness,

y A. H..COX. Lv. Gainesville:........... 3.00 a m 2.05 p m on Wednesdayand; Saturday..._ 9.00a.m. L
c. P. GOODYEAR. Lv. Rochelle ..*..........;. 4.00 a m 2.55 p m 'From'St.Mary's and King's Ferry, f. ;
FOOT. OF CENTRE STREET. 1 tJaclcsonville: September 1S85. Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 am 3.24 p m Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.m. '
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Accident to the Jacksonville. Fassenafrl party who enters same, when a registered At l}. L.JLmow's. aty.: : ,. Bo's..Cap 5 .at the
:; } Bargain
S j'* Train. : '. : number will,be assigned them. St. oJ..-VPecans1--1; ;I -T. 'Store." :" "

The regular train. t.the Fern Payment must :be'made to the secretaryby Baldwin Apples, .
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,' \\ff.00 A YEAR; f1.OO..FOR',SIX MONTHS passenger which before" Oyster Crackers! < i.f 'j 'I TSt..MaryVOran'es ,t*' ;; .' Pork SCsaQe.. .
Nov"iaher :
nan iu8 &,JacksonvilleRailrba'd; left ,mail. -- ,or-, 'in- person v on- :J on" > *- .<. ..- ,, : ; f?. I J- ;.* ; '.l.'_. Fcesli every-week .u{ ; !
fi Reflections.. Jacksonville on Wednesday evening at J 5:10, ) 25th.:, f4' Assorted Jellies<< WHITSER & SCllUYLER'S_
,. ran 'off' the track at the Hogan's Creek First cash prize, '$15 ; second prize, $10.; Hecker'sOat, Meal -' '-r ',r:::, >;;t. -

r Mrs. W. B., D Duryee has returned from the trestle. The accident: was caused 'by the 1 The Mirror offers,as the tiiird'prize. a cliallensa Fancy.Crackers, "- "\.".'.",. :.*5 rV ,Shoes, Shoes
: & '
I 'Florida'Oranges. -: ; > *
? t North1.., .: carelessness of a colored train hand, ,who cup,,which. shall be a standing, prize in* Currants and Prunes.'t.. :.'-"""; %If' Again arrived a new stock"of Gent's La

F .".::-..'Dr. The. --. Starbuck." .. has.returned from Co- had left;the switch of the. side' track::' open. this and all: subsequent, .races ,for the boat. 'Bargains in Tinware -- ,: are dies'of, ,Misses'the finest and quality Children's and Slices.neatly They

,Iambus, Ga. The engine, the, heaviest one on the road, that comes in'third, said prize to remain on; Bargains Candies in Crockery and Doll-Babies., ,J; If any one can undersell. I want to made know
_ Fancy .
* t 4 Miss Lula Bauskett is visiting 'friends at and one box and the baggage car left the exhibition in, hewindow, .of Messrs. Mode;; r. .;'','', :it, as rbaven't heard' of a single instance a PAll

=3ficanopy. \ track and.partially went through the trestle Bros. one, ,week- .following. the race. .Handsome Presents. to, date. W. J. LOHMAX.

[."One bark..and, six. schooners, entered this Engineer Lee Wimberly' succeeded in stop- RULES. Handsome presents given. away to' parties. Silk Ribbon,. 2 inches wide, at 10 centsa
during the' week.. .. ., ping the train just in time to, prevent what Upon entering any boat foranyclnh ;race, buying$10 or more at t'V: .' '" yard, at the Bargain Store.
port would have been B' most serious disaster. oil line and !: 'P\uL'FUNKE'S,
the name, rig, length water ; ,
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the'ner of .
Collector n aGents --- -- --
"Mr.TV. A.'Ma1 ey, :The, two passenger coaches attached to the, length overall shall be given, and during! .. '- -; Jilanlcets. and :house Furnishing
Customs assumed his official duties on Furnishing Goods,
train were crowded with passengers. ,mostly the race there, shall be displayed the registered -' Goods, at New York prices, at
_Thursday last. and 'children home from' At great bargains, .l, aV -. /"-? '. PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS
ladies returning number_ of said boat in large figures on 0 PAUL ;FUNKE'S. EMPORIUM.

The Fernandina delegation to the Southern the circus. When the engine stopped on each side of the mainsail. .

Harbor Conven tion"will leave for Sa- the trestle her forward trucks,were'within: Boats 8'hall.sail. h'roughoutthe race with Pure Damask Doyles, 'wortll'25. cents' The Best Smokes
apiece, two for,25 cents, at ROUSSEL'S Bar- ,Can be had at HOYT & Co's.
:.vannah on Monday. few inches of going over. The trestle here the same ballast with which they. start. The Times-
Store. .. ,
, gain Union Cigar 'and
i4 )fr. W. F. Wood, Jr., now of Key West is very high and very long, and if the cars Boats sailing close, hauled on port tack ..-- bacco'! Sole Agents.;Buck-Eye' Smoking To-

l 'is in the city'in'the interest of a Key West had gone over there" is no telling what a .must ,keep out of the way of, boat close Pure_ .Syrup,., ,

.cigar manufactory.The calamity would have to be recorded. hauled on starboard tack.' In pints or quarts. .. at .' Boys' Clothing.

schooner Marion IT. Rand is unloading The passengers walked back'to the city Boats approaching any shoal or buoyandthe : WHITNER & SCHUYLER'S.'.. -,*' $ .50.up to $8.00 per suit.
l : 556 tons of railroad iron at the New and took the Suburban Railway in order to boat to the, I leeward 'is liable to 'go .,$5:'OOReward W. J. LOHMAX.

',York steamship dock for Jacksonville, reach the special excursion train from this aground or foul the buoy;and cannot come For a stolen. Cremona Violin.G.. Dry' Goods.
city, which arrived there about '8 o'clock. j anout without, coming'into collision with MINKLEY.
& West
:Tampa Key Remember the closing out sale in Dry
Superintendent Maxwell, who was also a the windward boat;the latter shall at once Goods, etc. at
Mr. T. I,. Stewart, formerly yardmasterof Imported Vegetables in Glass. ,
passenger on the wrecked train, ordered the tack on being hailed to do so of the leeward : PAUL FCXKE'S.
the Florida Railway Navigation Company Lima and String Beans, Green.Peas,Mush-
1 ? r special to convey the passengers of the regu- boat, which shall also,tack ,at the same mo- ,
has been appointed Deputy Collector rooms, etc., just received atWHITHER Mott's Sweet Cider at'lOc. a quart, at
lar train to this city, where they arrived ment. & SCHUYLER'S.
' of Customs by Collector Mahoney. JACOB KLARER'S,
about midnight; but many of them preferred Boats sailing free before the wind must

LAR } Mrs. F. W. Ansley left; Tuesday for New .: to remain over night in Jacksonville, I keep out of the way'of boats close hauled Lost.A For Sale.

Orleans, accompanied by her little,daughter, returning here the next day. on either tack. Prayer-book. The finder, by returningit Two city lots adjoining, each 100 feet

Hope, to join her husband;who will remain Any beat disobeying these rules will be to the name' which is printed'on it, or to square; .location desirable; neighborhoodselect.

there during the Exposition. What the ,Steamships Carried.The from she this office, will receive. a reward and no ques-; On one of the lots is a six-room cot
disqualified receiving any prize tions asked.
{?1 i McNiell conductor the steamships which..cleared, from this tage, with kitchen ; piazza on three sides;
Di .' formerly on
r otherwise would. have. .won. always cool in summer. Lots face on three
road, has been appointed yard master by port.the past week carried the following cargoes Measurements for time allowance shall For, Sale., streets ; ground high and dry ; no sand; best

1 < the Florida Railway & Navigation Company .: be made upon the water .line, and onethirdof One Half Share in Lyceum Hall Associa- bricked well of water in town ; half dozen :

N at this city in place of Mr. T. L. Stewart, re MALLORY LINE. the stern overhang shall be'included. tion. Apply. at this,office.Cranberry sweet orange trees four years' old ; several
,Eer steamship Carondelct-1,540 packages sour trees bearing; peaches, and grapes two
signed. The time allowance is twelve seconds'perfoot ,Sauce :years old.Enquire. '
103 bales cotton 76 cedar 36 ,
cases ,
;;r i The Florida Railway & Navigation Com- oranges per mile, or one 'minute. per foot over In glass jars, fresh and cheap, at of >GEORGE F. LEWIS
barrels rosin, 75 cans shrimp and 30 pack
Office Town
t1 i pany have offered a reward of $1,000 for.thetlill' merchandise. ; the course of five'miles., WHITHER & SCHUYLER'S. Improvement Company.

apprehension of the parties engaged in at- ages Numbers will be furnished, .. all who, enter
Antonio bales
Per San 767 cot-
steamship GINEER''SIXTH
i tempts to wreck trains and injure the com boats, except to members, the club, saidnumbers OF THE COTTAGE ,
:( ton, 2,267 packages oranges'161 cases cedar, ,HOUSE DISTRICT, Baltimore, Md., November LUCY
i the
to be retur of
: pany's property. dat.the'finisJl
9 1885.
136 barrels rosin, 3 barrels spirits.of turpentine Seventh-St., near,Egmont Hotel,
race. SEALED PROPOSALS will be-received at this
,' Six hundred tons of rails and 350 tons of '
and' I
.. 40 cans shrimp 43 packages mer- must Office until twelve M., on Saturday the 28th
All boats entered beat the starting i ,
ij' railroad fastenings for the Ocala, Silver FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
chandise. day of November, 1885, for furnishing the
-J 0 & Gulf Railroad were unloaded at point at 9 a. m.
Spring CHARLESTON LINE., material and labor of all kinds necessary for
1) the New: York steamship dock this week by The distribution of prizes will be made at constructing a Keeper's dwelling at Amelia Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,with
( : Per steamship City of Monticelh-4,100() without board. Table Boarders will be
the schooners Lizzie S. Uaynes and Mary J. the Mayor's office immediately after the race Island, Florida.
accommodated also transient.
2 boxes 266 bales cotton, 5 bales ;
!., oranges is finished. Plans, specifications, forms of proposal, 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.
n (! "J Caatnet.rrr hides and 32 packages hides. and other information, may be obtained on
boats to be entered first-class. Boats
{f, -! A justice in Georgia recently undertook to Per steamship City of Palatka-2,6QQ: boxes All as' application to this Office.
less than eighteen feet long will be registeredas The right is reserved to reject any or all
f i two couples at once and married both 460 bales cotton 150 barrels rosin
:t m marry oranges, ,
: 4 eighteen feet boats. bids, and to waive'any defects. Two Millionsof
women to one of the men before he was 9 bales hides, 9 barrels,oranges and 11 pack- JARED A. SMITH, Major of Engineers,
The signal to make ready to start (given
y1 ti:...,' aware of the fact.: He afterward got the ages merchandise. U. S. A.., Engineer 6th L. H. Dist.
ten minutes before the start) will be hoisted of
t matter straightened out to the satisfaction '. acres Farming, ,
Mrs. Grundy Says over the warehouse"-on he'.dock. The sig- AU Wool
+it of the contracting parties. Timber and Grazing Lands,
That the 'large number of little brown nal to start will be dropping of the same. Scarlet Flannel Shirts, 80 cents.

W 'I John Miles, the keeper of the. North jugs" brought in ,by the steamer Martha Boats will"report,to .the ,undersigned on W. J. LOHMAN, ,, situated in 29 counties, and

t ( Range Beacon Light, who had his leg from the St.. Mary's region would "indicate the steamship dock, between 8 and 9 o'clock, comprising the lands boughtby
broken two weeks ago by the upsetting of If buggy axles need washers get
that this is all on the morning of the race. your youa Sir from
popular course not an water Edward Reed
w r? E, his carted to have it amputated,just below information- be obtained set of Nunn's Patent Iron Washer Axle J. ,
route.. Further can upon, Nuts. All washers entirely done away with. the State of Florida in 1881
", th J>ip, this Drs. Palmer andtf ,
): J. That the Biblical account,of the origin of application the Secretary1: $5.00 a-year saved by,using then For sale
f Scoville performing the operation. Miles is. offered at
'man says Adam lost a rib while taking a .' W. E. SNYDER by J. A. RIDER & Co. are now graded
said to be improving. Fernandina Boat Club.
1 Secretary These lands
little snooze during'a period of ,his single prices. were selected -

f.i Mr. L. A. Randolph, of Virginia, will take blessedness, ,,and ,awoke'with only twelve Cash. Buyers by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
find their their
MARINE. Will it to interest to buy
master mechanic of the
charge as general ,pairs of them, for his future comfort; Clothing, Dress Goods, Flannels, ,White ley late Commissioner ,of the

; Florida Railway & Navigation Company.Mr. That it has,lately been discovered that a. Port of Fernandina. Goods, Woolens; Notions, Shawls, Hosiery. ,

l Randolph is a thoroughly practical and species of chimpanzee, closely resemblingthe HIGH WATER. Domestics at State Land Office, and Mr.

:! '..,,f scientific machinist, having worked six human kind has .thirteen of ribs Saturday, Nov. 21.....;.-..... 7.-04 A.K. 7:26 p. at W. J. LOHMAN'S., M. A. Williams late for
pairs .. agent
the : ; Sunday, 22............ 7:53": 8:15" His prices are positively below those of ,
f1; ,. years in the principal shops of Baltimore hence arises the supposition that Adam wasa Monday, 23. .......... 8:42 9:04" competition. sale of State lands which fact
:t and Ohio Railroad Company at Mont Clare, chimpanzee prior to that famous Tuesday 24.......... 9:32". 9:51" ,
t ;.1 Baltimore, after which he took a course of That this discovery solves the mystery of Thursday Wednesday, ," 25..10:19.26..11:08.. 10:38"1129: Ostrich Plumes'and' Humming-birds, is a guaranty of their high

Institute of Tech- 27..11:59 0:00 co cheap at $2.50, for 89 cents this week only,
r i, three years at the Stevens the "missing link." Friday, at the Bargain Store. quality. The purchase knownas

,:; nology, at Hoboken, N. J., and for the past That a'horse belonging to a former attache ENTERED.' the Reed Purchase was only
Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Bruns-
five years has been in the Erie shops at Sus- i of the custom-house fainted and Winter
fell in frontof wick, Georgia, daily. Clothing. for sale this and
l j; ;. quehanna.Times-Union. the post-office last Monday-an evidence Nov. Steamship San Antonio. Wilder, from Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at opened year,
New York freight and to
; passengers the lands have been culledor
fht: The New Orleans Tim 3-Democratsaysthat that feed" has run short since the curtail- R. W. Southwick, agent. PAUL FUNKE'S.Building not

ml',t I many artesian wells have been sunk in that ment of patronage in that institution. Nov.15-Steamship Charleston City; to of W.Palatka O. Jeffreys, Vogel, agent., from Material. picked over. No part has

: city and other parts of the South during That some of the appreciative colored citizens 15-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee been reserved in manner
Lime Portland and any ,
' from Falatka; freight and passengers, Brick, Rosendale Cement
'I' this year. Good water is usually obtained celebrated the payment of the October to W. O. Jeffreys agent Plaster, Shingles, Nails, Sash, Doors and the whole is for sale.
1 in large supply at a depth of 400 to 500 pay-roll of the Florida Railway & Naviga- Nov.18-Steamship' City of Monticello, McKee, and Blinds, at open

"s! fj' feet.. The only notable failure is in the city tion Company by an original Ethiopian gers from, to Charleston W. O. Jeffreys; freight agent.and passen- FRED W. Hors & Co's. Special prices on large tracts.

i 11. "1' of Atlanta, where a well has been put down concert through the streets Wednesday; Nov.Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, fromPalatka Timber lands, virgin forests in
; freight and passengers, to Two barrels of Insect Powder at 25 cents
r 2,000 feet and abandoned without obtaining That it ended by their getting as full of W. O. Jeffreys, agent. at the Store. bodies of acres and
Bargain 50,000 up-
:, : water in sufficient quantity or of desired whisky as they were of melody. 16-British bark Salus, Emmons, Barbadoes;
ballast, to master.
wards. Lands sold for cash
t quality. The Tiinet-Democrat attributes the That it is impossible to obtain a clear account 17-Schooner Marion H. Rand,Jeffries,Rich- For Raffle. ,

1' ? prosecution of the efforts to obtain a water of the sights at the circus from any way mond&;Navigation railroad iron Company.to Florida Rail- My: place on Pine Island,containing eight or on long time.

1"' supply by artesian wells to the exhibits of person who left; here to attend it; 17-Schooner Carrie E. Pickering and Marshall, acres. Chances, $2.00. The list is now openat The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.
Boston to
boring. machinery at. the Exposition. In That they all unite in stating that there master.; provisions supplies, Mr. Nix's News-stand in the Post Office.

'SJ3f" New Orleans, where the supply of potable was a circus in Jacksonville Wednesday, : Schooner Anita, Jewett, Portland; pro- ,MRS. LINE. (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
dace, to J. Mizell &Bro
'r *an 1a water was insufficient, the artesian wells but important business prevented their attendance 11 18-Schooner Lizzie S. Haynes, Sawyer, New

,ii{ .; are a source of great public convenience and etc. York; railroad iron, to W.T.Sylvester.
Schooner Anderson
. Gertie Tuckerson, ,
comfort. That R. L. Arnow says his sales have coastwise; in ballast, to master. .
'" Schooner Seventy-Six! ,Montgomery,Nassau _
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: 'W. Justice of who has doubled every day since'the railroad has ; '
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ballast to master. ,
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I done the State pretty well, looking after'the paid off, and he anticipates a large increaseof CLEARED. : ?; ,, "d'1'f? :: : ,','. : J ";:, ?.J ,;'T '. (. ''', ; ," cTf K\\

ti ji'" } orange crop, expresses the opinion that the business. Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for..Bruns- -,
wick Georgia, daily.Nov.14Steamsuip '.
; jr present crop will not equal that of last year Carondelet. John .Risk for ,,...> ..
I. ii f. by one-half; that is, that it will amount toI. Regatta. New York; freight and passengers, by -

: 1L' '. about 500,000 boxes. We think his estimate [Some changes and additions having been Nov.Steamship R. W. Southwick.City of Antonio, Wilder, '

' !t l f low, but have no idea that it will exceed in made in the rules for the regatta Thursdaynext for New York: freight and passengers,

r,r f amount two-thirds of last year's crop. TheM we republish them,by request.-ED.] NOT.Steamship by R. W. Southwick City of Palatka, agent., Vogel. for ; I RETAIL j 1 DEALERS ]>

::, crop in the region of Leesburg is pronounced The Fernandina Boat Club have arrangeda W.Palatka O. ; freight and passengers, by _
Jeffreys, Agent.
,, ,t n:, r" the largest, in proportion, of any other sec boat race for Thanksgiving Day, November 44 Steamship City of Monticello,. McKee,

l i tion'of the State. The quality of the fruit, 26th, and extended an invitation to by for W.Charleston O.Jeffreys;freight, agent.and passengers, 'Will find it to their advantage get our prices

' l v generally speaking, is good, and the net returns everybody in the surrounding country to Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for before purchasing elsewhere. We offer many goodsat
I Charleston: freight and passengers, by -
!j1 will very likely exceed in the aggregate enter the contest for prizes. W. O. Jeffreys, agent.

f :' t, those of last year. It is better, financially The race is open to all boats, that pay the .18-Steamship City of Monticello,McKee,for less than they can be purchased in competing

i, .r to hare a. small crop at a large price entrance, fee and comply with the club W.Palatka O. Jeffreys.; freight and passengers, by ...- markets. We give particular attention to heavy

; : than a large crop at a small price.-LeetburgNewt. rules. If an ordinary breeze is blowing the Schooner Jonathan Mar. Little. Philadelphia .' ,

";. ';r",' I. race will be over the club course, from the ; lumber,by Billiard&Bailey. goods, such:as,BACON, FLOUB, GRITS, GRAIN, FEED,

: ,, 1 According to the Jacksonville 7 mu.t steamship dock to and around Tiger buoy Positively Last Week. ,.. BUILDING MATERIAL etc.

Union, Mr. H. R. Duval, the receiver for the and return to starting point.. Should the I ,

. 4 Florida Railway & Navigation Company wind be either unusually,light heavy, the CLOSING OUT SALE AT THE BARGAIN STORE. ,' t& Ask for our prices when needing goods.

has office in New York Broad will be from The be this week. Thisis
+*.), ,. opened an on' course a stake boat off steam- goods must sold
. +' way,near Leonard street,and appointed Mr. ship dock to and around a stake boat off the genuine closing out sale,'as my other -r FRED W. HOYT & CO.
business has to such extent thatI
1:> i T.S. Dumont, agent. He will represent the ballast dock and return to starting point, : must give it grown my exclusive attention.an .

t lands, freight, passage and immigration interests sailing twice over this course. I am noted for having always given full f SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE, .

'!. of the road. Mr.Duval proposes that Each stake boat to be.ept' on port side. I value, but in this closing out sale,I shall r ,FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. .

A this office shall be headquarters for people The commodore will indicate the course'to surpass my record for,cutting the prices. -.
f Positively the last week at ROUSSEL'SBargain ,r-
U. j. .... from Florida who are patrons of the road. be sailed before the start is made. Preparatory Store, old Post-office building, Sec-

't r i Mr. E. D. Atwater has been appointed to signal will'be given ten minutes before. ond street. .

I look after the interests'of the road in New the starting signal. : ':' .. .. -C:. t-
Cherries. ,f;; .J' < ,
1 J Orleans. Both gentlemen started yesterday The entrance fee of,one, ,dollar must be accompanied Evaporated i .... .

" i t on"a special train over,the entire system. with the name of boat and Something fresh and nice at. ., '"'..- I

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