."ulqe-T.'B. Smith' Sanderson. for sale. : ;:
Cedar .. ,
Key.Superintendent. :. 1- _.t j','
1x MONTHS THE ''FIRST -' $) : '''''' l.rf'. 'ijjV" ,. .
Clerk-F. J. Pons; Sr. Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. P. DePass S AFTER : :: : .: '::, h:.; -
Sheriff-J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. publication of this notice Twill present' ; 35*Old Machines repaired at moderate ;

Collector of-Revenue-J. W..Bnmsed 8anS'tperintsnflent LIBERTY. to the Hon. H.). Baker, Judge of Probatefor .prices. ,- t"', -- ',- ;. '

L; ...4er on. Nassau county, my final' accounts and HENRY HOBEIN. .t ..
of Schools-Wm. Lessene, Cmtnty Judge-R.. F. Hosford.. vouchers 'as executor of the estate of :Corner Third and Ash Streets ,
I Sanderson. -A. Wooldridge.. WILLIAM MARSON,'deceased, and.ask for a 8 Fernandina. Fla.THE" .
Sheriff-D. G. Harrell.
ik BRADFORD COUNTY., final discharge. .
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7relUtlrer-J. E. Roberta.Gbllector .
wily Judge-J. R.Richard, Lake Butler.. I of Revenue-L. G. Wilder..; *' : JOHN ELLERMANN, MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING send for our Select--List .
jfc':;Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.J. Executor. is noted for the artistic mannerin ADVERTISERS apers.' Geo. P: Rowell & Co.
Gregory. Fernandina, Fla.:, April 4,1885. 6m which it executes all kinds of Printing. 10 Spruce Street, New: York. ,
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.. ." :, 'GROCERIES '. .PROVISIONS SHIP.. CHANDLERY. ,.: ; ETC.. I .' JlA TLROA1J8.' Savannah;Florida&Western Ey. .Ar.lult'r.uC J n.m..m. 6.10 a m 4.06.p "ID'

.- :: Ar. J.T & W-Junc..... 7.30 a m .c.55'P'D
WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka] _............... 7.40 a m 5.10 p ra
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Florida Rail way Navigation:Co. ,- Ar. Jacksonville.......... 1.22 p m 7.12pm
All trains of this road
are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE, AINESTILLE.For .
(90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
slower than Jacksonville time. Ocala. Leesburg..... ............ ) Fast Mail
TEEJ; :KEY LINE: For Pemberton's Ferry ............}J. ,
; and after For"Astor.... ....;.............. '....,;....... 11.45 a m
Mfr s Ni -T R3Sf! 5 tS :DIVISIONS follows: For JacksonVIlle.......}[ ...._...... ......_.._
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.--XI i NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. For St. Augustine.... 3.00 a"m 2.05 p m

CENTRAL ((90TH :MERIDIAN) .TIME. ONE HOUR Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:303'm TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.

SLOWER tHAN,WASHINGTON, D, C. Arrive! at Jacksonville daily,at.;..... 8:00 pm Frm Pemberton'sFerry ............ ) Fast Mail
: Arrive at Callaalm daily at..;......;.. 8:08t m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............. }- .........._..
Arrive-at Waycross daily at..........10:00 a m From Ocala............... ............J 3.05pm'
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 15,1885. Arrive at Thomasvilie daily at...... 1:30 p m From palatka........... Ex. Sun. ..............
.- Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.)) ...}f ............... ..............
1-4 Western and,Southwestern Fast Line Arrive at Chattahoochee'daily at... 3:50 p m From St.Augustine... 9.30pm 12.45pm

Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.

Read D'wn Read Arrive at Mobile daily at................ 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park Asta-
Up. ,
I Arrive at New Orleans daily at.....; 7:45 a m tula etc.:

a.m.7.30 ...?_. L7.Jncksonville..Ar ........Ip.m.8.40 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Lcesburg..........................10 30 a m
8.14.._ ".........._Bald\vin........? ......_ 7.48 cola and Atlantic Railroad; flail.: e- : .. J Leet '..- ..................... 4.43
9.45 _...... Ar.Lake City:........-Lv ......_ 6.13 cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas, all trans- i&Iaha'anil Bloomfield pill"or
10.36...... .........Live Oak.....?..:", ;...._ 5.1-1 Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick only-after-
1144........ .........?Madison............ ..,...... 3.53 take this 'train at noon trip :
r p.m. ', arriving Brunswickvia Leaves LeE-sburg........................... 5.20 pra
1.30....;_ .........Ionticel1o.......;.. ',,' .... ? 3.20 B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m.,
.091......... ," .........Tallahassee......... ........ 1.15 .Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
,3.20-, .. ..........Quincy.......?.... .......12.01 train, Savannah to .Pensacola, :Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .
: a.m. and New Orleans. '
'4.00......_ .. ....RiV'er.Junctlon...... ". ......_ 11.20 Pullman' Palace Cars Palatka with Jacksonville, Tampa &
4.5.,_...... ..........1\Iarianna..;.....? .....:10.49 Sleeping. Jacksonville Key West Railway and fast .river steamers
7.00''......? ...?DeFuniak Spring_?. ....... 840 to Cincinnati via Jesup. for St. Augustine;, Green Cove
10.35.' ...... ....,......Pensaco a.. ........ ......? 5.05 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville and Spring, Jacksonville -
a.m.+ .. ". : .to St. Louisvia,, Waycross.FAST all points North, East and
3.10j........ .............!Iobile_............ .........,, West and with up-river steamers for South
op.m. MAIL. Florida ;,also with the new twin-screw iron
8.15.I......? ......_New Orleans........ ........1 Leave Jacksonville steamship "City Palatka," and
daily at. ......... 2:30 m steamship
A.a IsTOYES .. .. II .......Iontgom41ry........." ...?...1,8.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 p m "City of Monticello'' for Charleston, New

6.50.......... ", ....;.;.,.Nashville:.......... II _...... a.m.7.50 Leave Chattahoochee at .............112:00; : m York.Mail Boston trains, Philadelphia, etc.
DEALER JNIlILY'GROGERIES Leave Thomasville.................. 2:10 p m make close connection both
1.40....._ "..........Evansvil1e:......... ........ 1.00.m. Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p'm ways via Jacksonville, Tampa &.Key West
p. Arrive! at .Waycross daily at.......,.. 5:05 Railway at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast
HEAVY SllPPLIEJS 8.00....._ ............St.Louis-..........." ..... 7.15 Arrive at Jesnp'daily at................. 6:38 p p m m Line-Fast Mail. ,

., 2.20....._ ...-.......Louisville.....;...;. .;...;... a.m.1.00 Arrive at Savannah} daily: at......... R;!1., m &At Wait's Crossing with Florida Railway
Arrive at Charleston, daily at......-... 1:53 a m Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
......._ .........CIncinnati..........'" ......- 8.4 Arrive at Washington.D.C.. daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida t!
...... ........ ..._ ....... Western Railway for Tallahassee
6.35.. ? .Indianapolis: 3.50 Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 Saran'
Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, _......__ ._......._...Chicago........... "I....... 3.45j .Pullman P.ilace'.Buffet and Sleeping Cars.a m nah, New Orleans, and all points North:

Throngh Tickets on sale at'all coupon offices. Savannah to New York without. change.EAST E:1stmdW'est; and with Florida Railway
Baggage checked through. & Navigation Company for Cedar Key.,
FLORIDA. EXPRESS. Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa. .
IURNITURE SIO.YES PAINTS AND GROGKERY Leave Jacksonville daily,at.......... 7:20 pm' At Ocala with Florida Railway & Navigation -
Central ana Southern Divisions-Quick;Line.' Arrive at.Jacksonville'daily'at..... 8:55 a m Company, and, hacks: for' Silver
North and East' Leave at Callahan daily at;............ 8:35 p m Sprinjr.At .
...." :Leave Gainesville'daily at............. G.OO p m Leesburg with the St. John's & Lake

HARD\'ARE, WILLOW-WARE, ETC. Read D'wn .Ie Read Up. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55pm Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
:i p.m. Arrive at DuPont daily,::!...............11:00 pm1: 'Hallway: and boats on Lake Harris for
a.m. p.m. t J I a m.9.45
10.00! 5.00 Lv..Fernandina..Ar 3.55 Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p m points on lake. -

:PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. 11.26 6.35Ar.: ..........Callahan_.. ......Lv 7.50 .2.30 Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
8.25 Lv..Jacksonville.. ....... 6.20{ 220 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort 'Dade.
11L445I\ \ Arrive at Albany daily'at?............10:30 a m Tampa, and South 1.' .)rida. > '
9.25 Ar.........?Baldwin..Lv. 5.4. 1.30 Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m 0. W. 'BRO nVELL,
N. E. corner Centre: and Second Sis,,, Fernandina, Fla; a.m. Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 am General Pass.Agent.
7.30 9.00 Lv......Withlacoochec..Ar 7.40 7.40 Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 SHERMAN '
....... ....... p m ,
7.25 7.25
7.50 9.50 ; '
,84010.50 .....?..Panasoffkee.......? 645 6.45a.m.Ip.m. Arrive at Savannah dailv at.......... fl:20 a m General Manager. :
Arrive at Charleston daily at.1245 p m

.....?.....Orlando.............'.. 9.25 10.10 Arrive at Washington daily..;.......10:30 a m
6.30 8.20 .........?.Tavares....?..... 6.10 8.10 Arrive at'w.. York daily at, ......... ,5:30 p m Traveler's Guide. '
'. 6.59 9.02 ..........Leesburg.;.......:.. 5.20 7.38 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping .Cars via
H. E. 33OTTEREJRENVITES 7.Z7 9.55 .. ......?_Wildwood4.40 7.08 s I [The Travelers Guide is, as the heading
8.3-1 11.3. ....._......Ocala............." 3.0; 5.56 Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping indicaticates, intended as a means of infor-
Cars via Jesup Jacksonville' to Cincinnati. :
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.r. 5.32
8.5511.53".SilverSpring.. ? mation to the
traveling public. To'be reliable
ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF1F am. Connections, at Atlanta with Western and
: 9.48 12.52 1 ...........?..Citrl\...:;......... 1.38 4.29 Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and it should be correct. The managers of,
11.02 2.18 Ar.....?..;..?Waldo..;;?.:..?..Ly 12.05 3.12 Georgia Railroads for all West and the different railroad and steamerlines, will
1 '7.00 ...?;. Lv..Cedar 'Key--.Ar. ...?.? 7.25 Northwest. ,points : greatly assist us in our efforts to, make it so
LY ERIESI1 8.42....... II ............Bronson........... II ....... 5.29 Palace by notifying us of changes made'in the running -
\\ NEFAM GRO }} 9.13....:_ II .............Archer............; II ...?.? 4.56 Sleeping Cars' Jacksonville time, when_they.will be promptly cor-
10.06....._ II ......_.Gainesvllle.........." ........ 3.57 to Louisville via Thomasville.Connections rected.] .
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at.:Montgomery with -Louisville -.,
--1\-\ -t-: 11.08 2.30 II ..........:..;Naldof... ..... 1115 3.15 and Nashville Railroad' for> New --
\ p.m. Orleans and Texas and the West and
12.03 3.23 II ......?......stark.............:" 11.10 2.22 TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.Day .
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE ALSO IN THAT OF 1.22 6.00 II ........_Baldwin........_.. II 9.35 12.40 Northwest. At Savannah with Central Passenger Train leaves
Railroad for all West and'
a.m., Georgia points For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and
2.25 7.20 Ar.....?..Cal1ahan..:..::...?.Ly 6.50 11.83 Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway all points on Transit Road........10.00 a.m.
for all points North, with steamships ForSavannali and all points North

FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY 8.45 1.25 Ar..8avannah..Lv ....._ 7.01. .for New York Boston and Baltimore. At and West.................................10.00 a. m.
a.mm p.m. Charleston with steamships for New York.
... II .....?.....Atlanta............. ........ 3.30 (connecting at Callahan.)
SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS 10.45.......... II II ........ 8.47 Philadelphia and Baltimore, For Tallahassee,Pensacola and all
a in. Through Tickets,sold to all points by Rail points on the Florida Central &

1.53...... ..........Charleston.......... II .... 3.00p.mm and Steamship connections, and Baggage Western Railroad................ ..10.00 a. nu
PURE AND OF GOOD a.m. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
QUALITY. ....... II ..........Richmond........... II ?.....10.49 and sections secured at Company's office inAstor's (connecting at Baldwin.) i
6.55....._.? II ?...._'Vashingtol.! ........ ?...... 6.00 Day Passenger Train arrives-
84 and
Building, Bay street at Depot -
From Cedar Kev Wildwood and
,1.30.. .....? II ........?Baltimore........... II ........ 4.10 Ticket Office, and on board People's ,
p.m. Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEK all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.In

4,40....?. II ......?Philadelphia?...... II .......12.20 and JENNIE LANE. .From Savannah and all points in
-jFINE TEAS AND COFFEES [I =- 8.00_.. ..._ II .....__.Ne'v York-.,.....?.. II ?...... 9.00 JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55 p.m.
General Passenger From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and ,
nt all
+ 1- G. FLEMING points on the Florida Central
between Jacksonville: and. Orlando. and Montgomery Superintendent. & Western Railroad................ 3.55p.m.
CONNECTIONS : I I Florida Southern Railway Go.ORANGE Night Passenger:
-- For \Vild w od......... ................. 5.00p.ra.
At Silver Sprin with Ocklawahn steamers for. t
Palatka and all landings at St. Catherine with For Savannah and all points North
NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. Florida Southern Railway 'for Pemberton 'Ferry; and West................................ 5.00 p. m.
Brooksyille, Bartow and Tampa; at Lcesburg (connecting at Callahan.)
with steamers for landings on Lakes Harris,' SOUTH.
;or. Second and Centre Sts., FEHXAXDIXA, FI.A, Eustis and Griffin ; at, Tavares with Florida Accom. Fast Mail. .2fi/i Passenger Train arrives
Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Orlando Daily ex.Sun. Daily. From Cedar Key Wildwood and
with South Florida Railroad for all points Lv. Jacksonville, yia all points on the Transit Road. 9.45 a. m.

on their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat I: J. T. & K.W. R')..................... 7.45 a m From Savannah and all points in
Company, for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon .Lv. Augustine via the North and West................. 9.45 a. m.
Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc.
-- == St. John's Railway................. 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
|Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p 19 9.45 a m all points on Florida Central &

!, FERNANDINA kJACXSONVILLE BANCH .:Ar.Interlachen........... 6.30pm 10.50am Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m.
(DAILY EXCEPT StNDAY.) Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m '11.31"a m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

Lv. Fernandina.............._ 7.20 a.m 2.50 p.m. ,Ar..Rochelle................ 8.40pm 12.00 n'n Train leaves
ArJacksonville....?.......... 8.45 II 4.35 II ,Lv. Rochelle ............... :12.20 daily, except Sunday-
Lv. Jacksom111e................. 9.25 '''II 5.10 9.05pm pra For Jacksonville......................... 7.20 a. m.
Ar. Fernandina..11.00. 6.36 II Ar. Gainesville........... 9.30am '12.45 pmAr."lIicallopy'.12JjO For. Jacksonville ........................ 2.50 p.m.
a m, 12.50 p m Train arrives daily, ,
SUNDAYS ONLY.) except Sunday-
H. B. AIKENS Lv. Fernandina( .............._ 7.00 a.m. 3.30 p. m., Ar. Ocala.......;............ 2.00 a m 2.20 p mAr From Jacksonville......................11.00a.m.
Ar Jacksonville.........?...... 8.26 .II 4.56 ,II South :La.ke"Veir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p ra From Jacksonville.....................: 6.36 p.m.
Lv. Jacksonville......?......... 9.10 ," 5.30.'. Ar. Lcesburg............... 7.00 a m 3.55 pIn Sunday '

Ar.' Fernandina.............._10.36 II 6.56 IIfH ,Lv.,Leesburg.........;.... ...........: .4.00pm From Jacksonville ....................10.36 a.m.
Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p ra From Jacksonville ..................... 6.56 p.m.
:MALLORY STEAMSHIP.LINE.', Lv. Leesburg St.Johns Jacksonville .......................'.' 7.00 a.m.,
Steamer leaves Jacksonville Wednes- For Jacksonville ............. .......... 3.30
HOUSE PAINTERFERNAMN1FLOMBI : express ,& Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m ; p. m.
ANDSIGN the days elegant and Saturdays steamships at 5.10 of the p. m.,:Mallory,connecting Line,with sail- Ar.'Fort Mason............ .......:.... 4.45: p m ,MALLORY LINE.

ing semi-weekly for New York direct. Lv..Fort Mason.......... ....:....... 4.55pm For New York direct, every Wednesday
FLORIDA STEAMSfflP.COMPANYj Ar. Altoona................ ............ 5.30pm and Saturday evening.
Connections made at Fernandina every Sunday Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45pm ,From New York direct every Tuesdayand
and Thursday with the Florida Steamship Company ,Lv. Fort Mason..........10.00 a m 5.00 p m' Friday eveing, at 3.00 p.m.
for Savannah, 'Charleston,New York and Ar..Eustis............:......10.10 a m 5.10 pm' .
Boston.,, Ar. Tavares..............ilO.40 a m 5.30 p m CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
BRUNSWICK AND INLAND.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
s Brunswick and coast' points. Steamer Thos. Thursday. From Charleston same days.
Collyer leaves at 2.30 p. m. Daily., Fast Mail.I For Charleston and Savannah, by same
A. O. MACDONELL, Daily. steamers, every Sunday and Wednesday.From .
General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Lv. Astor ..:..;............- .....;...... 7.30am Palatka and !Jacksonville'same days.
W. 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...............- 8.50 a m CUMBERLAND ROUTE.
\ Lv. Tavares..................3.50 p ra 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Brunswick '
Notice of Incorporation.. Lv.'Eustis.................... 4.20 p ra 9.15 a ra daily at............................ 2.30 p.m.
S PAPER HANGINGs lliSOIINING I Ar. at Fort Mason from (connecting at Brunswick withE.
T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE Lane Park................ 4.30pm 9.20am' .
of the formation.; Ar..at,Fort Mason from Western points.)
Bruns- ,
..................... 9.40 SteamerThos.Collyer.from
THE EAST GEORGIA&.FLORIDA RAILROAD Astor. a In wick,daily at..........................12.15 p.m.ST. .
.COMPANY, Lv. Fort Mason.?.......... 9.50 a m MARYS RIVER. .
Ar. Leesburg..........:.... 10.35 a mLv.Pemberton's '
for the purpose of constructing, .maintain 7.00 Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
and 'railroad'for Ferry a m For St. Marys and Crandall Tuesdavand .
PAINTING OF ALL KINDS' ing operating public use Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.25 a m .. ,.. .. .
in thecouveyanceof'persons 'aud property Friday.... .......... .. .. 3.00 p.m.
from the St. Mary's River, at or'early op- Ex. Sun. For b'L; :ilarys and Dungeness, on
t posite the City of St. :Mary's,'Georgia;to the Lv. Leesburg.........:....',6.30 pm 10.45 a.m, Wednesday and Saturday....:.... 200p.m.
DONE AT REASONABLE ,RATES.AND IN .A FIRST=CIASS; :MANNER. City of Jacksonville; Florida, by the most. :Ar. South Lake Weir.. 8.10 pm ;11.18 am For St./Mary's and King's Ferry, .
\. direct and practicable 'route' through the Ar. Ocala.................10.30. p m 12.25 p mAr. Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.ra.
Counties of Nassau and Dnval,'Florida.W. Micanopy:.............. 2.45 a m 2.05 p m Steamer Martha arrives l .
.-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; 'V. E.,.KAY, Ar.: Gainesville..?......... 4.20 a m 3.05 p ra From St. :Marys' and Dungeness, .

; A: H. COX Lv Gainesville.......... 3.00 a m, 2.05 p m on Wednesday and Saturday...., 9.00 a.m.
c. P. GOODYEAR: Lv. Rocbelle ............... 4.00 a m '2.55 p m From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
FOOT OF CENTRE STREET Jacksonville,.Fla., September 17, 13S5. Ar. Wait's Crossing:..... 4.40 a m 3.24 p m Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00 p.m."r .


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'. : THE_ FLORIDA*' MIRROR:. ';NOVEMBER 28i: i 1885. "' : : :- : ,t, r,; ',

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v THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Conflagration' < at Old, Town.; Sent-, -to'.,i-'he"Asylum. Among the freight, of'the' steamship i Ca- J": &;Kydd's ,Special ''Bargains.

During the last term 'of the Circuit Court rondelet, of the Mallory.Line, which arrivedin 1 case good' dark Prints at 4J cent.? per

iP FOUR" BUILDINGS DESTROYED TOTAL LOSS- I for the of Nassau, sitting in this this crate .
MONTHSReflection county city; port ,Tuesday mornings-was a yard.,
an application'was', ":1ade by Mr.. Charles W: of fowls:with' the:,following significant notice 1 case best Prints at 5 cents per yard.
On Wednesday afternoon the roof of the '
irni *. Lewis, chairman of the Board of County : These are<_t1H cocks.that.crowed over '" .Selected styles. at 6 cents pert'ard.
) Rebecca
building belonging to '
two-story Commissioners, ,. to the Hon. J. M. Baker, Governor Hill's election in New York." If All wool scarlet Knit Undershirts at 65

''' .to ra?*, The Board of County Commissioners. meet Seton at Old Town caught fire from sparksof Judge tof''thi's'Cireuit,,to have Mrs." Mary C., even' .the, cocks. should crow: over a. DemOcratic cents.worth$1. '

;fr in this city next Wednesday. the chimney. Fanned by a,strong northwesterly Farrow, of this county;admitted to the Asylum )lili,.why should not the dwellers in :Brocaded Dress Goods at 15 cents, worth
wind, the fire spread with great rapidity :
for Insane Chattahoochee. the valleys who voted be elevated? 25 .
'' r' Judge ( thusly) en 18.J
Mrs. W. E. Snyder returns on the steamship .
and soon the whole building was in -
Baker appointed( Drs.J. D. Palmer and Theo. i blot all Linen Towels half
price from
San Antonio from the North to-day. i
flames. From the Seton dwelling, a wooden .
Starbuck as medical examiners to inquire Masonic. 10 cents up.Ladies' .
1r.John McKenzie, of Woodlawn, on the one, constructed ,in the old Spanish style, '
into the mental condition of the unfortu- Amelia Lodge, No. 47, Free and Accepted i Jerseys at 50 cents.
St. Mary's river, was in the city this week. the fire soon communicated to theadl'oiningresidence
nate lady. Some two weeks since they sent. i }Masons, meets in special communication :100 pair Pants from $1.50: to $Lot below
of-Mrs. Clark. Strenuous but un-
The revenue cutter George S. Boutvtell was their certificate to .the Judge, to the effect Monday evening: next District Deputy regular price.
organized efforts were made at first to save New stock of Overcoats
frt in port during the greater part of the past just received
that Mrs.Farrow is hopelessly insane. Judge Grand Master W. A.,McLean, of Jacksonville
this building, but it soon became apparentthat ,from $3 up.
week. I i Baker thereupon Issued an order for her ad- will be and exemplify work
they,were useless. Both of these buildings present: J. & T. I TI D.
The flower garden of the Mansion House mission into 'the"" asylum, and o'n Sunday in the :M. M. degree.: All Masons in goOd
were' quickly destroyed. were
is simply brilliant, fifty poinsettas being in last one of the wardens, ,arrived here to accompany standing are invited. Cash Buyers
fronting San Fernando street. From Mrs.Clark's .
pP 'fi full blossom. : Mrs. Farrow to her destination.This Will find it to their interest to buy their
residence the, fire soon communi- Honor Clothing, Dress Goods, Flannels.
Attention White
Knights of
unfortunate the widow of ,
J. II. Thomas treasurer of the Flor- lady, Cap-
Esq .
Goods Woolens Notions
cated to a two-story structure used as a Shawls, Hosiery
ida Railway & Navigation Company, was in tain Farrow, who died here shortly after the Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clpck I Weeapopka Domestics '
rink Amelia street and then
skating on atW.
r the city yesterday. war. is well known in this city. She has resided Lodge, Knights of Honor, will have a meeting J. LOHMAN'S.

took in the property formerly belonging to on the farm opposite Citrona, just this of exceptional interest, and a very large His prices are positively below those of
Mr. Norman Bronson, who has been :Captain Murch, but now owned and occu- competition.
attendance is earnestly desired. This being
Bide of the marsh
on the shell road to Ame-
North purchasing his Christmas goods, returns Mr. ,The latter of
pied by Jacques. was one
the last meeting, but one, for the current
lia Beach
tir to-day on the San Antonio. the prettiest. dwellings in Old Town, .surrounded for over twenty years. a Winter Clothing.
she lace.and wentfor year, many important matters will come up :
sold ,, a
year ago h.e.'pI Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at
c A general merchandise store at Starke, by a large flower and fruit garden.Its for discussion and decision. Several candi- .
short time, 'to, )Philadelphia., Some six PAUL FUNKE'S.
belonging to Mr. F. W. Simmons, of this wide ,verandah and the outhouses fur- ,
weeks since she returned, and her actions, dates.are to be balloted for,. and others ini-
c4 ., ; city, was burned on Saturday last. ,nished rich food for the devouring element: which for several have been rather tiated. It will be the most pronounced"billygoat" Building Material.
P years
A gang of hands is engaged in,laying the The thick volumes of smoke emanatingfrom singular, were such as to satisfy the gentlemen occasion of the season. Brick, Lime, Portland and Rosendale Cement

crossings on the Beach Railroad at the intersection the burning buildings made the pas- who were kind enough to interest them- Please bear in mind, also, that upon December and Blinds, Plaster at, Shingles, Nails, Sash, Doors

of streets with Beech street. sage on Amelia street impassable. This selves in her behalf l that. she had lost her 14th will occur our last meeting for FRED W. HOYT &; Co's.
;p Five vessels are now loading at Philadelphia building too was entirely consumed. mind; hence the application to' Judge Baker. 1885, and that an election of officers for the
Meanwhile the of the
f+ and New York with steel rails for the report conflagrationhad :Mrs. Farrow is about seventy-five years of ensuing year, as well as other important Gents Furnishing Goods,
reached the city, and the Fire Depart- "
r u Florida Railway & Navigation Company. age, and was in very indigent circumstances.Her matters, will be on the tapis. Let every At great bargains, at
ment, headed by Foreman J. Fred Lohman, PAUL .'
be both occasions. Fmn
is of decline in present upon s.
Thursday being a day for general thanks- malady more a general
An to
promptly responded. attempt drag
giving, the Federal offices and the stores in the chemical engine through the heavy sandto the mental faculties than of ,a violent, un- JOHN A. BROOKS, Pure Maple Syrup,

"4r this closed after 10 o'clock manageble character. She has no relativesor Reporter.W. In at
rtt r.. city were a. m. Old Town had to be abandoned; so the J. WOOD WARD pints or quarts
friends in this who could take WHITS & SCHUYLER'S.
4 Mr. Robinson, of the firm of H. F. Button large ladders of the hook and ladder truck near city, Dictator.

i '*,' fi &; Co., Gainesville, was in the city this were put, upon a dray, while the men were care of her, and hence the asylum at Chat- Imported Vegetables In Glass.

week, looking after his shipment sea provided with the leather buckets, and wenton tahoochee will furnish" her at least' a home MARINE. Lima and String Beans, Green Peas,Mush-

eta A.crx .. island cotton. a run across the plank walk to the scene, for the rest of her declining days. Port of Fernandina. ;rooms, etc.,just received atWHITHER & SCHUYLER'S.PorTc .

x f' The favorite steamer St. Nicholas will resume of the conflagration. Mr.: Lohman soon The Boat Race. HIGH WATER.

i J't, her tri-weekly trips between this city, I succeeded in getting the large force of will- Thanksgiving 'Day-' 'opened quite :auspiciously Saturday, Nov. 28............ 0:29: A.M. 0:57 p. i(. Sausage.
Sunday, 29........... 1:32 2:00: "
and Savannah on Tuesday next, December ing hands, white and black, organized, and for the, boat'', race, and at-the hour Monday, 30 .......... 2:35: 3:02: ., Fresh every week atWHITHER
Tuesday Dec. 1............ 3:35 4:02 & SCHUYIER'S.
"u 1st for the winter to work with system.
season. for starting' the breSze'was fresh from :the
Wednesday," 2............ 4:33 459: "
.,t... Q The iron for the Ocala, Silver Springs &; The whole effort was now concentratedon northwest, and bid fair'to' hold out ; but Thursday, ." 3..........? 5:31 5:54 Shoes, Shoes !
Friday, 4............ 6:23 II 6:43: II
"' t!, : Gulf Railroad, landed at this port, is being two-story building oppositethe some boats were slow in getting ready, and ENTERED. Again arrived a new stock of.Gent's, La-

,: t?, transported with quick dispatch by the Florida Jacques dwelling, on Amelia street,- it was 10 o'clock before the start was made. Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Bruns- dies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Theyare

f Railway &; Navigation Company. owned and occupied by Mr. Zicola. Firemen By this time the wind had shifted and was wick, Georgia, ofyTexas of the finest quality and neatly made.If .
Nov.Steamship State Williams, from one can undersell me I want to knowit -
were soon on the roof' and inside the any
Mr. B. G. Worth, father-in-law of W. J. growing lighter', but the start was ordered. New York; freight and passengers., to as I haven't heard of a single instance up
building and heroic efforts made to save it. The Marie was first the line at 10:09 R. W. Southwick, agent.
Woodward, Esq., is in the city. Mr. Worth over : to date. W. J. LoHMAN.
Nov.Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from
band brave
The work of the of firemen
was a delegate from Wilmington to the o'clock a. m.; the Jessie and Nettle following New York; freight and passengers, to
proved successful, though the house was R. W. Southwick, agent.Nov.22 .
twenty-eight seconds after, the Winnesquam Blankets and House Furnishing
Southern Harbor Convention at Savannah.
u4 -Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
( { +" f badly scorched ,on the west side, 'and was fourteen seconds later, and the .Tallulah Charleston; to W. O. Jeffreys, Goods, at New York prices, at
.)Ir. E.. E. Robinson, formerly stenographer several times on fire. The,saving of this booming along in fine style fourth in the Steamship City of :Monticello, McKee, PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS E IPORIUM.
and private secretary to Superintendent from Palatka; freight and passengers,
building stopped the conflagration. Hadit start ; the Irma and Anita followed, getting i to W. O. Jeffreys agent.
rr : D. E. Maxwell, of the Florida Railway &; of Monticello McKee The Best Smokes
? also become a prey to the fiery element their bows over the line almost at the same Nov.25-Steamship City ,
+ f" Navigation Company, left last Sunday for from Charleston freight and passen- Can be had ,
at HOYT & Co's. The Times-
a large number of small cottages ad- moment, and the Undine coming across last. gers, to W. O.Jeffreys agent.
St. Joseph, Mo. Nor.26-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from Union Cigar and Buck-Eye Smoking To-
joining it, on White street, and occupied by I
The incoming tide was strong, and the shifting Palatka freight and passengers, to bacco. Sole Agents.
The flag at the United States Custom- colored would have followed '
worthy< people, wind was growing lighter every moment, W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
*} house in this raised at half mast it. Schooner J. B.,Holden, Scott, Philadel-
city was
but still there enough to fill the Boys' Clothing.
was, topsails phia; railroad iron, to Florida Rail-
? l' yesterday in respect to the memory of the THE LOSSES. flying jibs, balloon I jibs, main sheets, way&Navigation Company. $1.50 up to $8.00 per suit.

x, late Thomas A. Hendricks, Vice-President The loss will almost devolve entirely upon and in fact everything but the spinakers- CLEARED. W. J. Lou MAN.
of the United States. Steam-packet Thos: Collyer,'Dilwood, for Bruns-
the unfortunate The furnituro'wasmostly
s people. failure Under this cloud of
they were a wick, Georgia, daily. Dry Goods.

r" r u{ The schooner J. B. Holden arrived at this saved from the .burning buildings, canvas fair time was 'made down as far as Nov.22-Steamship State of Texas, Williams, for Remember the closing out sale in Dry
New York; freight and passengers, by
1, port Thursday evening with another .cargo but, as is always the case on such occasions, Read's dock, where they huddled 'together R. W. Southwick, agent. Goods etc., at

of rails for the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key in a badly damaged condition. Miss Seton and pip"'-'' all hands to quarters to whistle Nov.25-Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for PAUL FUNKE'S.
New York; freight and passengers, by
% West Railroad, which is now being discharged had no insurance, either on the building or for a bn-e%. After a long whistle and no R. W. Southwiclc, agent.
on her furniture part of which saved. Nov.Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for Cranberry Sauce,
at the dock. was
steamship breeze, the tide turned and floated them
Palatka and
freight by
: ; passengers
In glass jars, fresh cheap, at
Her loss will be about second
$1.000. The
t Mr. C. K. Dutton, of New York, but for- down into the sound in a zig-zag direction, W. O. ofgMonticello WHITNER & SCHUYLER'S.For .
Ott 22 McKee
merly of this county, was in the city this story was occupied by Mr. C. A. Williams, following every little tide and swirl toward Charleston sseng ers

week. Mr. Dutton is still largely interested sawyer at Read's Amelia steam saw mill, Tiger buoy. The boys all concluded that it a'P for Sale.

ri in the naval store business in Suwanee He was the only one of those burned out was a nun buoy, for it had all the coquet- 26-Steamship : YCharleston freight and passengers, Vogel. by I Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet

who had insurance, carrying a policy of W. O. Jeffreys, agent. location desirable neighborhoodselect.
county. any tishness of the seryand; try as they might, it '' I square; ;
of Monticello McKee for
Ttf Steamship City ,
on'his .' On one of the lots is a six-room cot-
$900 household furniture and
piano. would smack that tried and
dodge to Palatka freight by
every go ; passengers
The of Palatka of the with kitchen three sides
steamship City tage, ; piazza on ;
The latter which is almost ruined W. O. Jeffreys.
entirely around it, till finally some of them gave up cool in Lots face three
Charleston Steamship Line, brought one of Schooner Manon H.'Rand, Jeffreys, for always summer. on
was only ,purchased by him last year at a in disgust; out bars'arid pulled for the shore. Charleston; in ballast, by master. streets; ground high and dry; no sand; best
this that has
the to
A z ti\1{ largest freights port cost of $475. It is, insured for only$300. The Irma and TaU lah floated 'around and Schooner Maggie Cain, Scull, Philadel- bricked'well of water in town ; half dozen
phia lumber, by L. A. Davis & Bro.
Over of
come out this season. 750 packages ; sweet trees four old several
Besides his orange years ;
this, furniture sustained considerable Fort'Clinoli '
;'while 'of the others
the cargo were consigned to the new hotelat sour trees bearing; peaches and grapes two
damage, and a portion of it was ran up to Tiger 'bank'and went oyster- Bark Salus, Emmons, Shoeham. years oM.Enquire.
Winter Park.December .
burned. ing, or over to Cumberland bank.after pelicanbut Schooner Bark Signet Lizzie, -S. Haynes. Quebec., Sawyer, New York. of GEORGE F. LEWIS,
1st, Mr. W. K. Bauknight will Mrs. Clark's dwelling not insured. : Holden Office Town Improvement Company.
r was all hands.sighed for fish lines. Schooner J. B. Scott, Philadelphia.
t' the market connected with the refrigerator Schooner G. M. Ruckerson, -, New York.
open Her loss will not be less than $1,000.In shallow
Once in water all
was activity. Schooner Mary F. Carson, Robinson, New York.
building, on Centre street dock, every the same building lived Captain Steph. Every one thought of the Turkey spoilingat Schooner Seventy-Six, Montgomery, Thomastoh COTTAGE ,
morning till 10 o'clock, for the sale of choice Maine. LUCY
Chadwick of the Gladiator and
tug John home, arid regardless of racing rules, all Schooner Sallie Ion, West, Belfast, Maine.
cuts of beef, poultry, turkeys, game,' etc., Bessent.' Captain Chadwick's loss could not started for Fernandina over land, rowing and Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
{!' ,, c brought here from the West.
be ascertained.Mr. .
poling along, running up alongside docks, Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
,x Rev. 0. P. Thackara and wife returned Jacques' policy on his house and
j on and pushing around theni into 'and over PAPER-75 CTS. :PER DOZEN

; Tuesday last from the mountains Tennessee. the skating rink expired only a few weeks oyster banks, in the mad haste to get home LINEN sent upon receipt of 2-cen: Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor

Mr.Thackara'has been materially ben- ago,'but owing to the increased, rate of insurance before dark. They didn't all succeed in stamp. AddressFLORIDA without board. Table Boarders will be-
rt MIRROR, accommodated also transient.
: efitted by his vacation. Miss Eliza Thackara he did not renew his policy. His. that effort, but ,they all got home after 26 Fernandina, ,Fla. I 2 Miss; LUCY 0. THOMPSON.

+ returned Wednesday from Baltimore,'where ,loss will not be less than $2,000.. awhile-mighty long while (from four-and-,

she has been visiting her sister, Mrs.'Palmer. Nick Zicola, whose .house was severely, a-half to seven hours in sailing a five-mile

On and after Tuesday next, December 1st, scorched, sustained, in ,addition j damage to' .course!) None.of the boys are bragging of ._" ,_h .-

the steamships City Palatka and City of ,the amount of about $100 toy breakage to his 'the, speed of tbeir.tjoats to-day< and nearlyall .. ,. .

Montic u of the Charleston and Florida furniture.. have consented. to another. trial,which. ;. !' .

' t R Steamship Line, will run direct between City, Clerk Wolffe, Mrs., Donnelly; Mrs., I is. proposed, forMondaY' morning November t = I :J.( a c. t ;, 't y : ;, """

111T Morse, and a number of other residents liv- "t & I* *' ,. '" ', .--
Charleston and Florida, not. stopping at Sa- 30th, promptly at 10 ) lock. : >; K -.. -'r"* ""'J }, '.. 'I -t, ,;( '' '

vannah either,way. This will shorten the ing, in' close proximity suffered more or less. > ,-....."' .,...... .. '.

fi :; schedule south- : Und from eighteen to INCIDENTS. Splpments from,' This Port. ". -, .. ,

J*; t twenty-four b'urs.' ,Alfred Davies, engineer of the Florida ,During the'past week .the following ship-. "

?' a t :Mr. Warren F. Scott of Amelia began 'Railway:& Navigation Company ,deserves ments were made from this port via the New TRETAJL .
tff < i DEALERS[;};
r r grinding sugar cane this week. This opera- especial praise for his heroic ,effort'on the York and the Charleston' steamship lines: .

'" tion and sugar boiling will continue ,fort roof of Zicola's kitchen, 'the worst exposed :Per' ,steamship;&ate'of Texas-2,690 packages

position during the conflagration. Several 476 bales cotton, 154 cases cedar .
? oranges -
some two weeks, as'Mr. Scott grinds ,for a' Will 'find it to their advantage to get our pricesbefore
times it was thought impossible the 200 logs cedar 254 sacks cotton seed 70
i ; number of settlers 'in his neighborhood.He by spectators ,

, r 4 invites,his friends ,in ,the ,city to come ; .that.'he .could, hold'out. ,but:! he did,. barrels rosin, 34 barrels spirits of turpentine purchasing elsewhere. We offer many, goods
c though his hands feet and. 23 bales 11 and 23
face were moss, cases shrimp packages -
i out and witness the operation.
scorched. merchandise: at less than, they can be purchased in competing

Mr. L. S. Randolph, the new master of :
r l machinery of the Florida Railway & Navi Charley Starke fell .from' the roof of City Per steamship' Carondelet' -1,000,-packages' ...' ;;:,: ,,markets.. We. give .particular, attention to, heavy. : ; ;
Clerk Wolffe's and besides 367 bales cotton nd50' /; ,
td cottage spoiling oranges, packages '
gation Company, entered'up' ,..FLOUE,'OBITS-_ -_ GBAIN> ..,,.FEED- : '. ,,!.'_,. '

his position last Monday., He, went overthe
shal Nill roses, cut his hand pretty badly.J. steamship ,City! of' Jfontfcctto-5,300 ,/: BUILDING MATEBIAL, 'etc. '
road, this week, accompanied by Mr. R.Y.'Dehoney : -t
Fred Lohman makes a splendid fore boxes;oranges, 193 bales' cotton, 11 barrels

P { predecessor' who courte- man:of' the fire company His cool judg- fish;,8 bundles hides! ,'4'barrels syrup'and. 54 .--,: ; AST Ask. for our .prices when, needing goods.
ously introduced him to the employees off "
ment and merchandise.
executiveability'contributed no packages
the road'on the line and at the, shops at
& CO.
little: towards putting a stop to the conflagration Per steamship'CWy: d/Pd/a Jta- -3,400 boxes'
Jacksonville and Tallahassee. ,
< '
; oranges; 96 balWcotton, 11 bundles hides,26 '. '

: The distressing fire at Old Town suggests Sparks from the fire were carried as far as barrels fish, 22 barrels syrup and 37 packages SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,

extreme caution this cold, dry weather.; the Old Town cemetery, and the sawdust in merchandise. .. : J ': "'! JV t FERNANDINA,. FLORIDA.

t Every chimney.flue of the ,Mansion House the road was ignited in several places. : -

( was well swept on the first of November. Evaporated: Cherries.. .
Something fresh and.nice, at
I'' There are two wells and two,tanks of water, : "
Handsome Presents. WmTNEB &SCHUYLER'S.' ,. .' .: ".<,r;.,.'" _.....,_ .. ".' ". ,. .. .>. ''' '' '.U, .." ',.-t' ...'-., .'';-' !,'!,"<. ;:'tp''r {. -
i r on the'1'o1. The only furniture of the attic -- I ". f 11'0, ,<, ',. ," ; 'it' "" '. ; i. : i '!,J 'p", '-
\ '
Handsome '
presents given to -"
d is barrels of water.. Are other people as well buying$10 or more at away parties. Scarlet.Flannel.Shirts All:Wool 80 cents.: : .:: ; ::: ..'., .,. .- ,-.>,--., ,? ; $ ,. : ,.,::: -.,. ':

t' provided if the terrible cry of fire is heard? ; ', ..' ._ .
1IN FUNKB'S. i W. J. LOHMAN, ,' .... .' .J" :r-"Y ':'H"-r 1"t1I'v.F.\ ..

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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 28, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
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Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
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THE HARBOR CONVENTION. of Savannah, that the chair appoint a delegate -.1 rie, George Harris, B..G)WOrth, Edward D IT'S GREAT RESOURES. harbors by,vessels of such burthen- BB ..

from each State on Credentials, Permanent Hall, L. M. Stodder. .' Their products are now competing success- large and growing as the
HARMONIOCB ACTION BY, REPRESENTATIVE. sully with the best of the world. commerce of the country
Organization and Rules. SOOTH CAROLINA.At : Your for- demands, thus ,reducing the cost of
SOUTHERN MEN. ests are to-day the freight
most valuable in this and
THE CONVENTION ORGANIZES. Large-Samuel J; Dibble, William El other promoting the inland commerce -
RESOLUTIONS.The any country earth. The value of of the
The resolution 'was adopted and the following liott. -I nation.eturSn- new avenues
Harbor Convention accomplished these' mines, quarries and forests cannot be of foreign trade, and bringing

work yesterday and last night: and adjourned. were appointed :'' -geiown-B. J. Hazard. L. P":" Miller I given in accurate figures-to estimate them perity and 'increased wealth to general the whole pros- _,

Alabama H. Dent. Walter Hazard, H. K minski. even at any approximate valuation would country.Resolved. .
The incoming morning trains brought many seem exaggeration. The food which .
Florida-John T. Leslie. Port H., H Collier .L. crops That the work of improving the -
Royal- : B.
Those who arrivedthe Thompson are enormous and of value do
additional delegations. ,*.. .. great we not harbors of sandy roasts is
night before were astir early to welcome Georgia-G.,A. Mercer. S. ,H. Rodgers, J.. Jernigan. W. F. enumerate: -as they are principally con the most difficult problems admittedly in hvdraiilic, one of

North Carolina-J. M. Heck. "Marches. .;. sumed at home and do not enter into our ;' that it is of vital engineering -
and the importance
their associates to arrange. prelimi- estimates of inter-State tet
South Carolina-J. Adger Smith. Charleston-Samuel Y.VTupper; F. W. or foreign commerceto the sm-eessful and economical prosecution
naries of organization. any great, extent. Your railways com of such works
Tennessee-George A. Rowell.. Dawson, B. Bollman J. ,Adger( A there should be no lack
The hotel lobbies presented a lively scene. Smyth, pleted and in actual operation extend 17- of funds:: since the enforced
Virginia-R..E. Blankenship. Norden, H."W.:'Frost, A. S/J..Perry. 667 miles and have invested in them the operations seriously suspen; :< on ,of
9 o'clock at
The Virginia delegation met at sl1'm endangers its safety.
West and Columbia-F. W. McMaster of$858,358,000. Our ports are also connected Resolved, That nearly
to discuss t.he.course its members Virginia, ;Kentucky Mississippi '. : J. W. R.' as nil our Atlantic
the Screven, "; by railroads extending beyond harbors
our and all this
Pope. upon ,Southern
would pursue. In all the conferencesthe -No,delegates. territorial limits with the great provision are of the sandy coast
utmost harmony seemed to prevail and After remaining in session about an hour Greenville-John ,Fer"i.-son. ;..T... :-C. Gower. marts of the West. page of these works, or embarrassment regard the stop-of .
the Committee Permanent TENNESSEE" ,When their lakes are frozen and the railway the from
I on. Organization, ;. same lack of funds,
the thing uppermost was a desire for entire peculiarly
lines of the latitudes
At Fo'rtVIRGINIA.; higher are blockaded deplorable and in contravention
Credentials and Rules presented, tJlroughits Large-Thomas \ of
unity of action. The permanent organjza- 1 by snow storms, we can afford them law of and every
economy good
chairman,' Captain George A. Mercerj; a .:, uninterrupted transportation to the and confidence policy and with
tion and appointment of the committees was sea great in the kill, integrity
the selection of the ,At L B. Crenshaw! access to their customers in
generally discussed. It was understood that report recommending Large-- ,, WyndhamMerideth Europe. energy of the officers to whom the plans

following named gentlemen as permanent ,Charles'J.Anderson,John E. Tay FACILITIES FOR TRADE. and work of harbor improvement is
ex-Governor Drew, of Florida, would be Our trade with them would be greatly increased entrusted -
officers of the convention: lor. >: we recommend and urge that in the
elected temporary chairman.By to their advantage, and ours if our future adequate appropriations ..
9:30 o'clock the delegates began tomove President-Hon.N.J. Hammond,of Geor- Norfolk-W. W. Wigehton,'W. W.Chamberlain harbors had the necessary improvements. harbors be, made in accordance for with these the

towards the convention hall. Inside gia. R. B. Cooke D. S. 'urwell, Marshall Many of your products are such as no official estimates of the total cost, such appropriations

Parks, J. McGarrick.: other country can grow or compete with to be applied,in annual install-
the hall the scene was an animated; one. The : you in quality and cost of production. They ments of such

delegates were beginning to enter and were Alabama-John W. Tullis. West Point-J. B. Jennings! Isaac Diggs, attract the attention of the traders of the the case may require amounts, in as order the that exigencies these important of'

Georgia-A. F. McIntyre. M. B. Crowell, Thomas P. Bagby. Richmond civilized world and are exchanged for the works may be prosecuted
cornmittee. North Carolina-F. W. Kechner. Bland.l best money of its best markets. Your own and in the speediest, best and most economical -
ports are the natural outlets and depots for

spectators, and the Union Cornet Band, stationed South Carolina-F. W. McMaster. : Petersburg S. Bernard, R. H. Jones, your own productions, and the commoditiesof Resulted manner., That while we regard the devel-

in front of the ban', played for halfan Tennessee James W. Morrison.; W. A. Madison, A. H. Bishop. other countries ,which we need are re'ceived I I menfoT he harbors of the South Atlantic
Marshall Parks. Richmond-R.A. 'Vellrofd. R.'E. Blank in exchange for them. Your tonnage .coast, and
Virginia- I approaches thereto
as an
hour before the convention assembled.The ,
foreign and domestic for the
Florida-George R. Fairbanks. enship C. P. E. Burgwyn, J. Altson Cabell. past yeaM of paramount importance we recommend '
chairs for the delegates v.ere, arrangedon '' amounted to 2,311,423 tons. The exhibits the improvement of such other harbors and
William B. Smith Fredericksburg Bi Merchant.
Philadelphia-Hon. commercial prosperity which they make are rivers will
the main floor, the delegations from the as facilitate the commerce of the'

different States being indicated by placards. Mayor. While the chairman. was_ J. .selecting the. encouraging and gratifying. Steamshipsand whole country and promote general good_ .
Secretaries-W. G. Waller and G. A.Greg- Committee. on Resolutionsseveral: paperswere sailing vessels ply between them and all Resolved, That in view of the serious detri-.
ASSEMBLING THE CONVENTION.At the leading of the North Atlantic
and Charles R. Jones .of read and referred that committee. ports went likely to result to the various river and j
10 o'clock, the hour for meeting, fully pry, of Georgia, to. States and all the principal 'ports of the harbor works now in progress from the exhausting

200 delegates were in the hall, but there was North Carolina. COMMITTEE ON R&3 LUTIONS. European nations. of the available appropriations

The report also recommended the adop- The committee appointed was'as follows_ : THE WORK OF IMPROVEMENT.Our and consequently the forced suspension of
before .
called to order.
delay they
some were South Atlantic ports have had for ,work
.A.labaina-8. H. Dent. pending the passage of the regular
rules for the
tion of the following guidanceof '
The general appearance of the delegates indicated sonle' years past ,appropriations from the River and Harbor bill, it is the sense of this
that the States had sent 'their best the convention: Florida-C. H.Jones: government for their, improvement, and con- convention that Congress'should, immediately -

1. The parliamentary rules governing this Georgia-G. Gunby J rdan. siderable benefit has resulted therefrom.The after reassembling, a relief bill
men to represent their interests in the con-
officers of the United States who
convention shall be the rules governing the North Carolina-J.:G.::Hall. army providing for the prosecution of these
vention. Ex-Governors, Congressmen and have had these improvements in charge have works an
; to be
aggregate sum made imme'
House of Representatives of the United South Carolina-F..jW.: Dawson. manifested great interest in the work and
Congressmen were visible on every hand, diately available in advance of the regular
States. Virginia-C. P.:E/Eiurgwyn:: ; have discharged their duties as'efficiently bill.
and business of the
men highest standing
2. All resolutions shall be referred with- Tennessee-T. Fort. the limited appropriations would permit.If Resolved, That a special committee of one
the rank and file of the ,
made It
up body. the funds were provided to carry out their from each State in
represented the
was a matter of general remark that the personnel out debate to a committee consisting of one Savannah,,Ga.-John Screven. plans and specifications, the work,would be tion be appointed by the chairman conven-to

to be appointed by the chair, from Philadelphia, Pa.-Jo Cook., and pre-
of the convention compared favorablywith delegate, speedily thoroughly accomplished. pare and personally' present to Congress a
and additional from :Wilmington N. C.-J..'H. The amounts voted have been inadequate, memorial
each State, one delegate : Currey. embodying the views set forth in
that of body of the kind that has
any and the cessation of work for the lack of
each seaport city, to be'named by the dele ,Newbern, N. C.-J. D. Whitford. 'the foregoing resolutions, and urge their
ever assembled in the South. appropriation has greatly retarded its prog. early and favorable consideration.
gation. Morehead City, N. C.-M. Arendel. and increased the ultimate
Two hundred delegates were present, representing ress cost. Resolved That, a permanent executive
the eight States-Alabama, Flor: Congressman: ),.Hammond's :name was' received Fernandina. Fla.-Fred'W. Hoyt. WHAT THE GOVERNMENT HAS DONE committee of one member from each State
.. with ;.he acknwledgedsElection Cedar Key, la.-R. H.Mcnv': ine. ,A careful examination' of the records represented in this convention be (
ida Georgia,If orth Carolina,South Carolina. applause anti .v appointed,
shows that'the Nnrth-Atlan'tic States'Maine'tu'MarylandineUtsivraverecelved.for : andwhen.this
Tennessee and : 'hil 'iri'arbriirfan&+ : rtearrspe,"et?':"-. & Jaokconvill 1 vJCi srsrJjcII.:jCScrksevsc ;. a; = convention adjourns it shall ._. ', .-
Pennsylvania, Virginia. The ap ,adjourn,,snbject.tothe call of.the ', lt
Exfrrt TM.k.::: f.
debate followed the rule Tampa FlaW: C. Browne. r :
A :
delegation of six from Philadelphia came lively upon propriations for rivers and harbors up to and Committee. *- S

the distance. That governing'the manner of voting. Augustine Fla.-John Westcott. including the year 1881 the sum $24,410- The resolutions
greatest city was the 500 the four States. Ohio. Wisconsin. were unanimously adoot-.
After suggestions the resolution was Petersburg Va.::G. S.. Bernard. : -
north of some ed.
only one Cape Charles that sent nois and Michigan. $18,431,000; the South 1
representatives in response to the invitation.The referred back to the committee. The com- West Point, Va.-Thomas P. Bagby. Atlantic States, Virginia to Florida inclu- The chairman then announced the following F

delegation consisted of Mayor WilliamB. mittee retired, and, after a lengthy delibera- Richmond Va.-J. Alston Cabell. sive, $7,268,000. We do not complain at the committees:

tion, reported the following substitute: Manchester, Va.-J. H. Ingraham. liberal aid which these highly favored and
Smith, President of the First Branch of I States have received. We reJoice EXECUTIVE COMMITT3E.
the City Council Charles Lawrence, and The vote of the convention shall be taken Fredericksburg, Va.-R. B. Merchant. prosperous at the great prosperity wealth and increase Alabama-John W. Tullis.

Messrs. Joel Cook, Edward 11. Wood, GeorgeA. ,, by delegations from each constituency rep- Norfolk, Va.-William Lamb. of population which they enjoy as results Florida-George R. Fairbanks. I'

resented the chairman of each delegation Newport News. Va.-Goodwyn Lee. of this wise and generous treatment
Cotter and William R. Tucker. These : Georgia-A. R. Lawton.
have received from the .
gentlemen are all prominent business men being required to announce the vote of his Charleston, S. C.-A. S. I. Perry. they do not believe the government government.We is indifferent North Carolina-J. M. Heck. '

of the Quaker City. They are largely interested delegation, provided that only the delegates Georgetown, S. C.-L. P. Miller. or inimical to us. and to our in- South Carolina-L. P. Miller.

in shipping, and about half of the present be allowed to vote ; and in no case Port Royal, S. C.-S. H. Rodgers. terests. Proper efforts will attain for us the Tennessee-James H. Morrison.

bunting with which the hall is decorated is shall any city or State be allowed' a greater THE SOUTH ATLANTIC HARBORS. recognition Our lack of success and aid will given simply to other be a reproachto sections. Virginia-W. R. Meredith.

burgees and flags of the City of Philadelphia, number of votes than is given in the call for Colonel J. L. Warren, of Savannah, read us. MEMORIAL COMMITTEE.

the Joel Parker and other Philadelphia sailing the convention. the following report of the Committee on THE CLOSING SESSION. Alabama-S. H. Dent.

craft now in port. 3. That debate be limited to ten minutesto Information : The convention was rather late in assem- Florida-Charles H. Jones. '

TilE OPENING SESSION. each speaker. TheCommittee'on Information,appointed bling last night. The fact that proceedings Georgia-John Scriven.

It was 10:30 o'clock when Mr. H. M. Co- THE DELEGATES. by the citizens of Savannah to collate and during the day had been so harmonious led. Notrh Carolina-F. G. Kechner.
present for convenience and in
mer, of Savannah, the chairman of the Committee The committee reported the following del- deliberations your this body such facts use and fig-the the; delegates to believe with a full degree of South Carolina-S. Y. Tupper.

of Arrangements, called the conven- egates entitled to seats in the convention : ures as they could obtain, have prepared and assurance that the work of the convention i Tennessee-Tomlinson Fort.

tion to order. The body of the floor was ALABAMA. hereto attach a short synopsis of the popu- would be accomplished unanimously and i Virginia-William Lamb.

then almost Eufaula-John W. Tullis, S. H. Dent. lation, political power, resources, produc- with the harmony that had characterized .
wholly taken by the delegates. After to
up tions and commerce of the territory listening speeches by several
Behind them were many prominent Union Springs-E. H. Cabaniss, H. W. resent. We also attach, as eminently suggestive rep-- the opening session. This belief was fully prominent members, and passing various

citizens. Smith, W. W. Williamson. a brief statement-taken from Government justified. Of course there were some in the resolutions, the convention adjourned sine

After Mr. Comer had read the call for the FLORIDA. records and unquestionably correct Convention who had their own particular die.-Savannah News, November 25th.
of the amount expended the
convention,Vice-Chairman of the City Council At Large-J. B. Wall, D. L. Gaulden.St. ernment- up to and including the by year 1881 Gov-, lobbies that they were anxious to ride, and

Dr. William Duncan, in the absence of Augustine-General John Westcott, on the improvement of the rivers and har which they hoped would distance all others, To the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese -

Mayor Lester welcomed the visitors to Sa- John G. Long, John F. Whitney. J. D. Lo- bors of the North Atlantic States from but these persons were relegated to the rear of Florida.

vannah. pez. :Maine to :Maryland, inclusive; the four b y the efforts of the cooler-headed and more BRETHREN:-At a meeting of the clergy
Northwestern States of Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin and of the diocese who in
laity were attend-
THE TEMPORARY OFFICERS.At Jacksonville-Hon. George F. Drew, Jas. able of the delegates.'
and : which
Michigan border on the ance at the funeral of the Bishop, held immediately -
the conclusion of the address of welcome M. Schumacher, P. McQuaid, Major J. H. great lakes; and the South Atlantic States, THE RESOLUTIONS. after the burial rites,and presided ,

General A. R. Lawton, of Savannah, Durkee, Charles H. Jones. from Virginia to Florida, inclusive.We Capt. F. W. Dawson, of Carolina, Chair- over by the Right Reverend, the Bishop of

moved that ex-Governor Drew, of Florida, Fernandina Major George R. Fairbanks, have thought it best to present- the information man of the Committee,on Resolutions, submitted Georgia, it was
by States, instead' of specifying Resolved, That the Committe Publishing
be made temporary chairman of the con ven- Fred W. Hoyt, Thomas Kydd. each port; otherwise the details would be to the convention its report as follows the Diocesan Newspaper, on Church and-

tion. The motion was carried by acclama- Tampa-J. T. Leslie, W. C, Browne. too great and the report/too' voluminous., : Home, be requested to make their next issuea

tion, and ex-Governor Drew was introduced GEORGIA. These particulars are too important. to the The Committee on Resolutions respectfully Memorial of our late Diocesan, and to aid

by General Lawton. *In taking the chair,ex- At Large-A. F. McIntyre, Thomasville; success of, the purposes.of ,this' convention.We submit the following unanimous reportin them, all the clergy are requested to send,
are hereto counsel together and unite place of the various resolutions'and recommendations without delay an account of such action as
Governor Drew thanked the convention for R. T. Dunn'Brunswick ; G. Gunby Jordan, our efforts to secure to all the South Atlan- referred to them by order of may be held in their several parishes and

the honor. 'Ve are all well aware," said Columbus. tic ports that aid from the general govern the convention': missions in reference to the decease of our

he, "that the South has not had its share of Darien-James K. Clarke, James Lachli- ment which' will fit them to meet the de' WHEREAS, The improvement of harborsof late Diocesan.In .
mands of the rapid growth and increasing order out the ask
appropriations in the past for the improvement son, R. K. Walker, John Browne: James L. commerce of the territory tributary to them. national' importance, and approaches you to communicate to carry with us request at once., we The
of its rivers and harbors but if Foster. Each will its claims thereto, has been and is imperatively demanded -
we port present own to the the and domestic memorial paper will be published on December -
work harmoniously will certainly have Macon-Hon. A. O. Bacon, 8. R. Jaques,. appropriate committee of Congress, with the by great foreign them and 2d, and all matter for insertion shouldbe
commerce passing through a judicious -
hope and assurance' that every other port received, if possible,'by November 30th.
some effect
on the action of the next Con- G. S..Jones. expenditure such an object a
and, its representatives will give them earnest Will the aid
clergy kindly us,'by prompt
gress. [ The wise investment of the public funds, and
Applause.] all-important pointis Brunswick-Captain J. H. McCullough, support. action by reading this circular'from the
WHEREAS It has since become the
to secure concert of action among the rep- :Hon. Bolling Whitfield, S. C. Littlefield, M. THE SOUTH'S POPULATION. settled policy, and practice long of the General chancel, and by asking: those parishionerswho

resentatives of these great public improve- Millman, A. A. Gaddis, W. J. Colson., A. J. You gentlemen represent a; population of 3ove-- uncut, looking to the general welfare, are not now subscribers, but who wish

ments, which are as important for the Southas Crovatt. 11.824,000, and,'have ,in 'the ,United States to appropriate money to the improvementof the memorial paper, to send us their ordersat
the issue will be limited the
the Congress 20 Senators and 78 Representatives.Your such harbors, and approaches thereto, once as by
harbors of Boston and New York are Columbus-Joseph S. Garnett, W. L. Till- demand. R. H. WELLER,

for the North. By concert of action, by act- man. territory contains 580,817,100 acres of andWHEREAS J. J. DANIEL
the inadequate
land. Its annual cotton crop is 3,795,932 In consequence of very -
ing together in behalf of their public works, Atlanta-Sidney Root. bales; its'annual lumber product, 2.652015 appropriations by Congress in past Committee of Publication.

the States of the North Atlantic seaboard, Savannah-Hon. A. R. Lawton_ John 000 feet ; its annual rice crop, 56,880,910 years the harbors ,on our South Atlantic

and the States bordering upon the great : Screven, W. W. Gordon, J. L Warren, F. M. pounds : .wool -product per annum 15,168- coast, the natural gateways through which UNDER house in Kiev, Russia, ajar
722 pounds;; tobacco product per annum, the imports and exports of a large section ,
lakes has been found containing
have : several
secured millions of dollars from Hull, E. A. Weil, John F.'Wheaton. 310,919,602 pounds ;' naval
the Government for their harbors and water- St. Mary's-C. E. McWhorter, Alexander. value, $10,075,500 ; number:.of manufactu have not been improved, deepened and ancient gold and silver headdresses

ways. I am gratified to see before me indi- Curtis, T. D. Hawkins,D. J.'Long. ring establishments 31,187.capital; investedin otherwise 'adapted to that class of vessels apparently for women r a
cations that the South also is them, $169.280,495; beginning to. NORTH CAROLINA. products, 287110728. commerce of these ports with economy number of square silver coins and
learn that by union and co-operation, instead At Large-J. G.Hall. The fruits and vegetables which are annually thereby imposing a heavy and entire-

of by mutual antagonisms, the Southcan Raleigh-J. M. Heck. grown and are increasing in production I ly unnecessary tax upon both the producerand articles of jewelry, such as bracelets, .

obtain the same liberal premium for her Morehead City-J.. J. ..Royal)1. F.'Aren- every year, have become a very impor- consumer; therefore be it necklaces and rings. Some are in
tant item in the trade of our section; but Resolved That the development of these
really important public improvements." del. we are unable to: give accurte statistics of harbors, and approaches thereto, is a subject filagree, very beautifully wrought,
Messrs. W. G. Waller and G. A. Gregory, Newbern-J. D. Whitford.' the extent or value of these products. The entitled to the highest consideration of the
and others in artistic cloisonne
Savannah, were, upon motion of General Charlotte-H. E. Estes, Charles R. Jones, mines of iron and'coal, and' the quarries of .Congress of the United States ; that it is the highly

Lawton, made temporary secretaries. A res- William Johnston.WilmingtonF.. granite slate and marble are in the infancyof manifest and imperative duty of the General enamel. Their date is probably the
their development, but are taking on gigantic Government to take immediate steps to secure '
olution was offered by Captain G.A. Mercer, W. Kechner, J. H. Cur- growth. the safe and easy navigation! of these ninth century, A. :D.


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MOTHER* 4LO vi. t.? ". dear old I -f nlnqo;' ; >How.I ;should ll court. They could Z note be sere Sir'Herbert may"bpen'fjhe\old" brass-bound chestr:'j i:i*; :' Why,,.Rachel, what made you
x '; like to restore a' IU.J bit *of its wasSdead/fandf the next *, IfMikrFendall had said, :At this_ think ',of visiting us this evenin
1 r the;. autumn a leafy maze sun" ,i is'erhead shining| .glory to itj But, Tin afraid !that t.will heir could not' have:it : and at last the. hour;Itohiorrojy.evening: the heavens You have always avoided l1d before"said'
lassie; sits repining,' : .' v.- never be," Rex parked with 'a regretful lawyers put the ".case.iin:; : chancery, ''\rill.. fall"GladY's antI Rex could not Mi: Fepdall, inn: kindly voice'to
joy within her dead! .:.. t 'sigh. I' -\ where it is,to.this day. *, I huve.-been: more astonished: ; but amazement her craz'protege.'
the proved old, old untrue story! ,. ,r' .Rex. do you know that:: ',New: Year's :Maurice Fendall-he was the next soon gave.Away! to delight with I saw my Lady Irmentrude
seems to lose its plory-. ."\ Eve is near at'hand, and we are down- heir and'Si'Heibert's-uncle-cameto: 1- Gladys and 'she'gave: the old lady'a through the open door, and came in to
hopeful roseate hue. cast and forlorn ? It is really very live.at the,court; but he.couldn't take hug anda,;: kiss .which disarranged her ask if I might sit up for her,t.o-night "
pltientsweetendeavor-' ,. wicked not to have a smile for.the last, the title and never a penny could he capribbons very much. answered the strange figure, carts eying
ly her mother tries days of the old year.". spend of the rents, even to keep up *How. sweet:''of, yon, Aunt 'Letty! before Gladys.
' ; 'despair forever- ; Your eyes are full of tears as you the place; .so it has gone to rack and The very thingin all the world that I "Marvellous :rThis, I believe, the
the tender sorrow words from, revealing her eves.' speak you little humbug!r' declared ruin-a sore sight after the grand old wantedOnly! think, Rex, we mayopen first time that the name of her youg
' unspoken love of years, her lover, regarding her tenderly. place of long ago the brass-bound chest at last I mistress has been uttered by Rachel
j newer' holier feeling 41 Because think of your going so "Maurice Fendall died and left a shall not sleep a wink to-night for since she,: became msane. The sight of
the priceless gift of tears.: far across the sea. Oh, Rex,; it is son-:Mr. Rex- -as fine a. young gentleman thinking ',of it.Vhat, a jolly New Gladys in that dress has awakened a.
r hearts cease all repining, dreadful ll I. .should never have the as you'll find anywhere.: With Year's Eve this will 'be I You give faint spark of. reason Miss Fendall[
, love secure; courage to part with you when the ,the help of God, he'll come into his Aunt Letty a hug now, Rex, for you said to herself, her eyes wide with as.
' watchful needs ,no ever fire's sure refining, time came, you dear old boy." rights yet, maybe ; but..sure it's hardon :are just as: -much interested in the box tonishment.
"' for three months him 'to know that he has thousandsin I will not confess "Your will
; like a }pure stream welling 'Ii-: \t ill not come as am, though you ladyship not walk on
heaven-fed mountain crest yet ; the spring is the t.imeto start on the bank that he can't touch ,in his :it." the terrace with Sir Herbert this evening -
: earthly love excelling! such need. iv. -ha, ha cried the
the truest and the bestG. a journey. ; crazy woman
Weatherly, in the Quiver. "Three months That seems a. long Mr. Rex's'aunt, Miss Letitia,:Fen New Year's Eve came with a' coverlet in a quavering voice which she seemed
time. Perhaps something will happen dall, lives at ,the :old! house with oneor; of snow outside, and a roaring fire unable to control, looking Gladys keen-
: CHEST. before then to make you change your two servants, ,where in old times there. and merrY' faces within at Fendall ly in the eyes. .
mind." were twenty .She !has a little bit of Court. Gladys, in spite of thejsleepless ." For heaven's sake, Gladys, encour-
k= ;k MYSTERY SOLVED AFTER ii. money of her own, and it's'well she night she had predicted for herselflooked age the womanl' in her delusion We
K I. through the demesne of Fendall Courtin There is a beautiful young lady living happiness, a picture which Rex studied 'for it rests with her, if any one on
,, of snow were hurrying the spring and summer ; its 'long with her, Miss Gladys Luttrell ; maybeYou'Ii'reniember : -' 'with much satisfaction, apparently."Do earth, whispered Miss Fendall]],
air and falling on the sweep of avenue with overarching: trees sir, I toldtyou she you notice how strikingly the ,trembling with excitement.
:< and faded 'hydr n- and the wilderness of greenery beyond looked like Lady Irmentrude's pic- blaze illumines Lady Irmentrude's "Whereas i Sir Herbert? Rex:
; :: ; garden at Fendall Court. was.a strong temptation to leave. the ture ? Mr., Rex is in office in Dublin, portrait to-night, Rex ? I could almost asked huskily.
> ; -a rarity in this humid dusty highway ; and old Tatbury, the but comes home,-ometimes. They do declare' that she smiled downon Yonder in the well, under the
Ireland climate, and the gate-keeper, ,had,, orders to allow any say he is in lovetn'itli.Miss; Gladys, but us just then. How lovely she was !I" sundial. I saw him fall, in, and then
! fluttered about as if all respectable-looking vehicle to enter. sure! people caI 't; marry on love alone, "Very lovely-and astonishingly everything was. dark to me and to him
seemed as shy of lighting What possibilities there are in the and there isn't much else for them like you. too. Ha, ha "
} last tokens of the place, with proper care ; 'but it would now. You foolish boy? Do you supposeI Miss Fendall started violently and
the frost-touched flowers take a fortune to keep it in order. See But the strangest .thing of all, sir, am going to believe that nonsense ? exchanged a glance with Rex.
r to receive them. that beautiful sweep of lawn-a rank i is about an old crazy woman, Rachel The sweet nothings which the lovers Go on-explain further. Where
pair of eyes watched the wilderness I Look at the statues, Bray.' 'She lives, at the Conrt"and addressed to each other during the were you when you saw him fall into
storm from a window set broken. and, weed-grown And the many a one thinks she was rght in next ten minutes were interrupted bya the well} said the young man, fixing
;; stone wall of the house lake is nothing but a vast green waste." her head and could tell, she knows. sound ,of clattering and, banging in his'aYes on the'crazyyomanrs.' .
r Luttrell was eighteen "True for You, your .Honor: It is something about Sir .Herbert. .She the hall without. "It was nightthere; was a little
the sight of the falling snow but a sorry old place now ; but they came/first/ to'Fendall as maid to Lady The chest The;chest They are moon, which made light and shadows:
inating'to her. .,have now only ha'pence where they Irmentrudeahandsome young woman, bringing the,chest! ":cried.Gladys, fly-, outside. .My lady had sent a note to
s go out and make a pile of once had guineas ; and they,can make but so.very,high-and mighty in herself ing'to the door and flinging,it open. Sir! Herbert, saying that she returnedhis
: to attack Rex with as he but a sorry fight against poverty' and : that she never Had a word for the other "-Letitia, entered, followed by two love., She told me nearly all her
the, gate 1 What fun !1" the rack and ruin round em." -, servants. stout peasant lads'bearing the box be- thoughts, and what she did not tell I
flying away to her little I am sure the place,has a history "Well, sir, the morning after Sir tween them. read .on the sly in; their letters. I
ready for the adven It'has, your Honor." i Herbert was lost'they found her in'her Here-before the fire, said Gla- knew that my lady had another lover at
: "Relate it, .P tsy., You are, ut -, I room all doubled up like 'in a corner (dys.J Fendall, but she detested him. That
down the stairs, and doubtedly'a good story-teller." : and quite mad entirely. They knew "Gladys, you shall open the chest, night she gave me two letters to de
| the long winding avenue, *' Thirty years ago, your Honor," he I that she had gone to Sir Herbert'sroom as your curiosity and patience have liver-one to h heart's lover, telling
K fine old trees of which she would begin, "yonder house, was the with a message the evening be- been strongly tried regarding it. that she belonged to him,,the other, a
scene of merry-making and festivities fore, and they do say that she saw At last the supreme moment arrived firm refusal of the suit of the man whor
t f"A aimed, you saucy minx !I" such as are told? of in fairy tales ; every something dreadful there that took when she,"found herself slowly raisingthe against her will, had made love to her.
+ shouted'a; clear, fresh'voice ; horse in the stables had a pedigree, the her wits clean away. Anyhow, she lid, and the mysterious contents of There was no name mentioned in the
Fendall stopped for an in' table groaned with dainties from for- never got over it, more's'the pity ; for the box lay revealed. last letter, and my lady did ,not seal
the headless 'stone lions eign parts, and the ladies' had, their if she only had her mind. who,knows At the top were various articles of a the .notes-she did not think I'was
the gateway to get rid of a satin gowns brought over.from London: but-what she might ''be able to helpour lady's' wearing apparel, of a cut and sharp, .enough to read them. I was in
of snow which some: and I' 1'ia. young master to_ _J get his rights,,? fashion,, quite, unknown to'the present a rage with S rJIerbert.that; day ba-,>O
: had sent flying down the "-Sir Herbert'Fendall"a b bachelor", She IS Very'qtiilty; so 'they-let her stayat 'day. '''Slowly.and. reverently' Gla'dys cause I had !heard him say something
: neck., 44 You shall pay'a twenty-four, was lord, of the .manor the court, instead of, sending her to laid them'aside, for: she knew instinctively scoffing of the Jews, my people. To
r that,' miss, when I have' then.. A fine, handsome gentlemanhe the madhouse ; but, sure, the Fendallswere that. .. these .were,the relics of some punish him, I put'my lady's refusal in
,, to think of punishment T was, but rather strange in himself- always good to the'"unfortunate." one long dead., She next withdrew. the envelope addressed to him and destroyed -
." hot.like other folks;' and they do say .III. X a heavy velvet': dress of a delicate the loving message intendedfor
your laugh is only on your that the poetry he wrote would just Two days before the close of the shade of ..green, embroidered thickly him. I meant the next day to sayI
eyes are quite sad; what bring tears to your eyes. Sure, every year, Gladys, on her knees in the atticof with seed pearls on the bodice and on had made a mistake, and so right
dear?" Gladys asked. lass in the country would have given the old house, was, busily turningover the front of the skirt; 'rare old lace everything. In the meantime he
I saw me I noticed how her eyes for a smile from him ; but the contents, ,of many mouldy hung in heavy: frills from the short would have had his punishment. Sir
." never a one would he'look at except boxes and.trunks. She was.searching sleeves, and a curious fan of carved Herbert read the letter, and his face
r : right, Gladys ; I have got Lady Irmentrude :Mowbray. She was for some bits of fur trimming with ,mother-of-pearl: and painted feathers grew white and set. He ran down the
of'blues, and since you staying' the court, and you may well which to adorn a red woolen jacketfor lay beside the dress. Gladys glanced private stairway leading from his
part of my secret, I may say she was a real beauty-looked like the old Jewess, Rachel, which was from the dress to the portrait of Lady rooms into the shrubbery. I called
; ; you all." the young lady, :Miss Luttrell, that's to be presented to; her ,on New Year's Irmentrude above.her. after him, but he did not hear me.
s arm stole through her lov- living at Fendall now, Molly Brady Eve ; the poor creature had a childish {l Yes, dear; Lady Irmentrude was He went swiftly toward the lake I,
retraced their steps to says. Their families were related, so love for bright colors, and she suffered painted in that ;velvet dress. A most watching him,frightened. Suddenly he
Gladys burying her hands that it was not surprising. The house- much from the unusual cold. of the sea- 'becoming costume it was. I saw her disappeared ; there was no tree or rockto
and fixing her eyes sorrow- keeper once showed me Lady Irmen-r son. *** ** *Tj P in it for the last time on that dreadful hide him, and the moon shone clear-
road. trude's picture in the big drawingroom I have'looked!over these rags"and night, thirty years, ago," said :Miss ly on the lawn. I knew what had hap-
months ago," began Rex, Ie a and faith, sir, I never see such a scraps a thousand times already," mur- I Fendall. "I packed her clothes away pened, but my tongue was paralyzed.
Rockdale told, me a story sight! Her eyes smile right down on mured Gladys, and might have saved when she left us, half mad with grief,' The railing had been taken away from
I I rebuilt my half dead, you'and you'd think the sun itself was myself this trouble. These bits of i and in that box I put'the last dress I the old well-that dreadful well so
said he had received : caught in her gold-brown hair, while beaver will have to do, moth-eaten !;ever saw her wear, some letters and a black and deep they said, the evil one
F friend in America news I her, neck, coming up out of her green though they are.. I hoped to find an journal in which the unhappy girl con- used it for a passage-way from below I
thought would prove to a gown, looks just like one of them lilies old chinchilla muff of Aunt Letitia's, 'fesses her love for poor lost Herbert.I A stone cover ,had been made for the
f the death of Herbert Fendall. over,beyant.CI but it seems to have disappeared. You could not bear to think of these well, but it was set in too late to save
; the matter eagerly and sir,.it was plain to be seen old riddle, what wouldn't I give for things, being disturbed perhaps by irreverent Sir Herbert. The next morning, be-
h, as you may imagine, that she would marry Sir' Herbert;; the key to you 1" strangers, so I ordered that fore the news of his disappearance was
i the whole story as base; fond enough they were of ,each other, The last remark was addressed to the box should never be opened. To- spread abroad the workmen covered
: many others which have and a fine, well-matched pair they the brass-bound chest, which now stoodin night I've relented, and I am not the well with the heavy block of stone,
r I made a solemn vow to were. So it went on till Christmastime the same spot, inwhich: Gladys'had sorry. 'Poor Irmentrude-yours wasa and no one ever thought to lift it since
!l if this last quest ended in when there was a fox-hunt., All seen it ever since she came, a child of sad fate The last master of Fendall has onlya
; l : would abandon all hope of the quality from the court followed the five, to live with' Miss Fendall. Many While the' old 'woman was thus sun-dial to mark his grave-odd,
? seek a new career for my- all the country round. Its. :well I remember -: that old. ,chest? ,. and,, ,wondered with a ,gathered up the 'velvet' gown in'her Here the woman burst into a wild
going to Australia/ 'it,though I sbut'a' bit of a child's eager cu 'iqsity what it containedit'being arms and vanished' with'it. discordant peal 'of .laughter and then
; 1 1" gossoon then, Sir'Herbert rode'close athis to her :youthful imagination When 'Miss Fendall raised her eyes sank swooning upon the'floor.
d man had declared that lady's side, but not' much of the an exaggerated Pandora's cas- .again, she started back with a cry of ,As quickly as possible Rex had the
to take his own life Gla hunt did they see, for they only lookedat ket;;,which she longed to open. astonishment; there, under the por- broken sun-dial removed 'which con-
not have exhibited more dis each' other."Well'sir. "Young people," began Miss Leti trait' of, Lady' Irmentrude,,stood what cealed the well. A man was lashedto
,. after the hunt there wasa tia, as she, Rex and Gladys were assembled seemed to be the l living original. It a: rope lantern and pickaxe and
ou could go that 'long jour- 'great ball inrthe evening.. When it ; about the open fire in. the was Gladys, in t eLady'Irmentrude's slowly lowered through the aperture.
from me?" she said, re was time to dress, Sir Herbert went up great drawing-room, to-morrow, New 'dress, but t her two companions were It seemed to Rex an interminable time
y. to his own-room, and, if you'll,believeme Year's Eve'will find 'us without almost speechless at the striking resemblance till he signalled that he had gone deep
don't make it' harder,for from that time-now thirty years preparation for meny-makii1g. It ,between the living: and the enough, ,and it was as if years elapsed
1 already is 1" exclaimed, Rex,. ago-till 'this, _he was ney'er seen or grieves me'beyond,words that such ,is pictured. face. before he pulled the rope to be drawn
I in his :voice. 4 My dar- heard of., Long and. weary :was the the case, but 'never- before, since these I You thought I was'a ghost, didn't I
; for you, that I go. We can search they made'for .him' all' :through walls have stood, has the old year you?," said, Gladys, with a merry up.At 'last the workman's rough shockof
on the pittance I-get here, the country, but never a trace,could passed? away 1 without: a festival being laugh. : hair was seen again at the mouth of
,. Australia I could, in a few they,find of him; and God only knows held within them. During your day, 44 Child, what a wild ,idea! You the well, and he scrambled 'out, as if
m years, make enough' to buy the dear what has become of Lord of Fendal 1 children, it is true the merry-making' really" glad; to feel the grass beneath: his feet
little cottage we so often talk about; Lady' Irmentrude grew thinner has been simple ,and unpretending;' But Miss Fendall's .speech was once more. _
". and you could have the pair'of ponies and,whiter,every day, till she looked but some difference has always been checked by another, apparition still There are bones down there, your
,t with rough tails and manes, which you like one' of; them lilies' thirstyy for a made. This has been' a 'hard year, as more strange in the oorway., A Honor-human bones, for I had the
.t declare" you dream about' so, frequent drop of-r.lln.1! Many a year, :';she fought you both know; we cannotafford any 'white haired woman, with,wild, restless skull in my hand. There was no water,
i .E I y. with the bItter .son'ow' in her.heart, outlay now, and without.money it is eyes burning feverishly in her thin, but I picked up these bits of things
e 44 Or, perhaps you made a fortune, hoping; that Sir HerbertNWOuld come difficult to Provide feast. The idea pale face, came forward,' with steps lying in the clay. "
p' we could continue to live at Fendall' back; but at last she went into a convent '- of the holidays passing like any other short and tottering like a child, to Rex took from the man's workstained -
l. k Court, restoring only a little bit'of.it, and -died, ten years since. May sad:days of the year ,is"what troublesme where the group stood. She wore a ,hands what seemed the tarnished
,at you know," said Gladys, entering into her,soul rest in"peace+ ; and so, for to-morrow night, I dark dress of coarse woolen stuff, a clasp of a purse, ond some bits of
t< t 1 the spirit of her lovers project with ; Well- ; as. .you? may 1 suppose, sir, have decided upon something 'which red flannel jacket' trimmed'with fur, leather that might have been a pocket-
w r : surprising briskness, considering her; I there was ,great ,talk in the county will'at.least give Gladys,some pleasureat I I and shabby, artificial 'flowers stuck at book, to which a discolored silver
I 4 despair of the moment before. [" .::..about.-what -should be done. .,with the this hour to-morrow evening you random. in her hair. shield still hung, Rex examined the
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bit of silver, and} then bared .his. head tdAKE"B, FAMILY >GROCERIES ': > > '.IT'STANDS' .{7 THE HEAD'. ;.<"'
involuntarily. The crest: of .the Fen- '. : !
Jails, with the initials *' H. F." beneathwas |1 .; '< -H r 'iThe'LlghtRonning' 'i/ "
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still plainly discernible. Almost '
beyond a doubt, he stood over ''the .:' ;.

grave of his longlo t t.kinsman! strange r* H I WHITNER *.?.:..... .. ........ :
resting place though it was. $ SCHUYLER tt
Offers for the approaching' lhlllday'1 a' line ,iEsTlcT-r
relics to the fate !
Other !* going prove assortment of Solid and Rolled 1 .

of Sir Herbert were found in the well, ..............._......._......_...... ...;..,...................-..-..:

and the various Courts of law admittedthat JLRY: : ,

at last the m.ystery'as solved. This cut shows the new style of wood work

The dust of the missing baronet ,was Ladies and Gentlemen's Have.opened at. the new !and elegantly, fitted Store, that the company is now introducing.

laid with his ancestors in the.old 'vIl- .

lage church, the funeral procession Gold ,Silver Watches, .'

being followed by the old peasantry, '' :L o: 47 'CEJN"-t-FL'EJ: ,STREET:
who' had waited thirty years to show CLOCKS', ALL KINDS, : r
honor to their master's '
this last ? .
memory. During the following Jan- Silver: Ware in Large, Variety, ',' : J, '. ; '. ,, ,
uary the church wasopened fora very SPECTACLES.. ",".', ",:,". :A: full line of Goods, carefully selected for family'use: ,'\ .",\ :: .
different ceremony-the marriage of


trell. A y A THL KTE'S JILT_ No Fancy REASONABLE Prices-to Pay RATES.for Style. FINE OROOEME TEA ANn CH IIEEl'

&* Call 'and examine stock. ,

"I eat," he said the other day, ,

-'and I always have eaten since I was Centre Street.: : .. ," ., Pure 2Z-
Spices Canned ; .
Goods .
a boy, a plenty of nourishing, generous Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885. .

food, and I am very'wIde in my ')

choice, eating, as a rule, any good food WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE.

that tempts my appetite, and that is Artistically Beautiful. ,

heartily myself enough I am not to be especially easily tempted.For fond of.. COMMISSION AND-MERCHANT, Imported Pickles and Circes, Dried Fruits, Ms, Withoni a Icor.

what you call prefer
Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
food in its plainer forms. For meatsI IT HAS NO RIVAL !

eat chiefly mutton and beef, and I BY THE CARGO,
deal of bread of The new lines of attachment that are
good "
use being a as careful as I can to get the For Domestic or Export Trade, ;,; ::, CRACKERS. AND CANDIES, .:. ,:, are now specialties.being! placed No other with machine each "Domestic"has them

best. My own idea is that so long as FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. These attachments and the new woodwork
food doesn't .. "- make the "Domestic" more than everwithout
have sound sweet it : -
you .. i ,
f question
make as much difference what kind it J j .,1;, -- :r "

is as how much you eat of it. I am R. G. McQUITTY I Toilet Soap :and Perfumery, : ':' .,;' .' The Acknowledged Standard of

very particular to eat slowly. I eat .
Excellence.FOR .
three times a day. Breakfast is a MERCHANT TAILOR, Best Brands Flour .
meal to howI Has removed his business to the rooms overMeddaugh's ,
light or hearty according ,
grocery store, on Centre street.
feel about it at the same time. He has received an assortment of seasonable .. .. ; Choice Butter and Cheese SALEBY-
Lunch in the middle of the day is always goods for ent.lemen's'wear., and is preparedto ,
light, and dinner at 6:30: or 7 is make them up to suit all tastes in the ;',; ". 1-. ; HENRY HOBEIN

the principal meal of the day. I always best. -style.Repairing neatly done. ,L iv, .: .... Hams, Bacon, Lard, etc. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

take an hour for that. If I Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884. ,..-'".' ,.
haven't an hour to spare at dinner -

time I put off dinner till I have the CURTIS & CO., -. .. Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.. '
.. Address,

meat and bread I must have'plenty of RICHMOND, VA.R..a.tY .

vegetables. No man can make Loans procured,Mortgages ne otiatedex.
changes effected. :
kind of an athlete without eating Mill Site?, Town Lots" from 25 feet to 4 'I'I1'T: ,

plenty of vegetables. I take all kinds, acres, Lands and"Plantations from 5. to, 5,000. e- Free ellvei"y.<< Fresh Supplies e'eklY" mar28. MANUFACTURER OF
and much of all fruit, too. acres, for sale. I I
pretty ij + Tin Sheet-Iron Ware '
N; B.-"St. Mary's having been selected
Fruits are good. A man can't stay as the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal I 't :TL:.
without that kind of fruit. He has no (under the survey made for Govern AND DEALER IX

endurance ment by General Gillmo're), charters for the | W B i B BB MBBi Bi B MH BM M
construction of which having been grantedby PARLOR R OFF C B nd C00 X
Yes, I'm Scotch, and I believe in the United States Government and the & STVL '

oatmeal, but I don't think you oughtto Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large (The for the South
eat too. much of it. I have it at increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe Cabbage
confidentl.looked for." (See New YorkSun,27383.1 ,
breakfast about three times a week. I

am fond of milk, too, and am especially Either for home tue or for-II-shipment to NOBTHXKT } .BXZTS. :.i i .*..._&}t':;*:::.:.. ...;': ,, ;.:: ...: '
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careful to drink it It's .'
slowly. ex- :> ** ffi 1M**";-..
cellent food, but it's very bad to'drinkit HENDERSON'S EARLY SUMMER. '.-. ;: "{:

fast. And it isn't good to take too h :{::).. .:. .:,':'; .

much liquid at any time, especially at This valuable variety, aa well as a fall list of the most desirable '0. '

meals. I have a habit of always The Best Newspaper- in America ; : :; ,
drinking of water when I first VEGETABLE SEEDS : ;-
a glass
and by far the Most Readable. 1, t;: ,:, ,
get urj-spring water, if I can it. r7 4- : ,
get I Will be found described In our Manual of EVXKTTHIK FOB THX GAKDET,"which will be sent. to any I >.
I don t exactly know why I do it. I Agents wanted everywhere to earn address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage. "I: 'f' -r

don't know that it is very good for me. money.in distributing the Sun's Pre GllOWEBS ::-
I guess it is because I like it. There'sno miums. Peter Henderson & Co 85 A :Cortlandt St.,
Of the Latest and :Most Patterns.
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Tea is my greatest stimulant. I geous offers ever made by any News- COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL IIXDS
don't drink much coffee, but I do take paper.

considerable! tea-black tea always ; I No Subscriber ignored or neglected. LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,
never use green-and I take it with ,
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sugar and milk, and never take it iced.I Something I II I 'VROUGHT-IRON PIPES.

don't mean when I say it'is my greatest Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in -
Standard Gold and otherWatchesValuable DRIVEN WELLS SPECIALTY
stimulant that I never take C. A. WOOLSEY'SJERSEY
any- Book the Beat --
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think I seldom do but AMERICAN ROOFS PUT ON.
stronger. very known to the trade, and an unequaled list SCIENTIFIC TIN AND IRON
sometimes, just before a race, for in-, rf objects of real utility and instruction. CITY 'A= L.ISHEO \ for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
Wind :Mills for pumping water'or running
stance if I need it I take '
some The most popular Weekly newspaper devoted light machinery promptly erected on order.
brandy; no malt liquor. That's bad, Rates, by Mail, Postpaid: to science and,mechanics patents,ever engineering published.discoveries' Every number inventions -- Church. Factory and School Bells for 'sale

especially lager. is very bad. DAILY, per Year(without Sunday) $6 00 WBITZ :t.EAD-: illustrated with splendid engravings. This at a bargain.
Well DAILY, per Monthwithcrat8unday 50 publication furnishes most valuable encyclopedia #33 Stoves at Wholesale Prices.,
In training? I make no difference of information which no person should be without.
,,SUNDAY, per Year I 100 The popularity of.the Scnarnna ..AtrntintTT is All go-nb ,delivered at the various transportation -
in my diet in training. I only FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 700 each that its circulation nearly equals that of all stations within the city free of
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pl1 sic! Physic is bad_ always. In NTS ItlENTS"lUnn4eo.hneallOh&4 Eight Fernandina Fla.. July 121884. "
training it's fatal. !' Wttace Ross in B before
,. ho Patent Office and have prepared R. ,S. SCHUYLER
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Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular .... :.. '., r AItEBICAlr, : :
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railroads. J.rr. 'H ; l A. B. NOTES Claim $941, Bond 1882
Closes} daily except Sunday...........10:00 A.M. : ":I.:-' ," '''" HESRvW.vs }'Attachment.
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writ of attachment been
lxsbnrg train arrives daily.......... 8:40 A. M. ."""rMnl'lf.'" a'It.. .,t<.t..t l. .AI..lilfIlj.,: :; .', :.i'.r:+ ',;. 'bUlaholt' ''IL'.., ,R,,, :JL., AitNQW'S MARX HELD & CO. against you, and your property attached to
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except Sunday......... 4:15 A.X. TIIF' W II F 'UUT.'H ; STREET.GEO. .
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p .i '. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : ,NOVEMBER .28,' 1885.'
.i i -
THE ,'LUflllA [IR"O i h. larger population, or larger. political. A MISTAKE CORRECTED'' trifle more than one million. For taking the place 'of' lard i in cookery-

'I influence. All parts'of the. country To thiEdiior'oJI.. ti..Mit'Toi':. wearing "apparel, house decorationand greatly to the advantage of

r GEORGE R.. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. should have an equal showing, according Washington correspondent of a the raw materials that go into every
Florida daily,in giving last week a such fabricswe, ,'paid. for_wool and .body. grades, 'serve as the
i {off. : Subscription, 82 per year:; six months SI. to the. importance 01 the brilliant list of notabilities present as manufactures: of wool, $44,656,482; basis, for the best soaps.
work ,A united action on the partof I
'for silk and its manufactures $40- >
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor.... counsel at the sessions of the 'United ; >A CORRESPONDENT. of a Western
our members, of Congress will secure > "IT" < "- 393,002;: :iorflax; 'hemp, jute and journal there is
RATES OF ADVERTISING. States Supreme. Court;: in that city: manufactures :thereof *' $32,854,874 says no surer way of
.justice to our Southern, commercial -: "T fJff --1 ;
: f Ten cents a line for the first,and five cents for "- Puts down,tbe: name of the notoriousB. for cotton and its manufactures in predicting a chDnge.in: the weather

each Special subsequent local notices insertion.,.15 cents a line. The'River.harbors.and Harbor bill :at the, ..F..Butler, ofMassachusetts;: ,"in'the the shape of embroideries, laces,. than by observing the:habits of the

Reading notices,25 cents a line. category,addi g'the surprising.bit of trimmings, lace window-curtains and snail. They do not drink, but imbibe
Special rate for time advertisements upon application last: session of Congress failed to pass various fine dress goods, of which moisture during rain
information that the said B. F. Butler and
4 at the office. because the committee tinkered away cotton forms a' part, $28,152,001, for ude it afterward. b The ex-

Communications upon all matters of local inter 'at it for weeks and months,listeningto was Attorney-General of the hides and skins used for the manu- animal is
est solicited from all parts of the county and from United States in the year 1833.A facture of leather, $20,586,443; for never seen' abroad ,except before a
R to make
special appeals trying
along the lines of Florida railways. natural mistake, perhaps ..considering furs in various forms, $5,257,547, and rain. The tree snail, as it is called
h 1c All communications Intended for publication interest enough to' carry it through, for hats ,and hoods two '
bonnets nearly; days before rain will climb
should be addressed to the Editor: all business the entire similarity .of u P
,4 ,w letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY. instead promptly.reporting a bill five millions more. the stems of plants, and if the
between the
Cia with just appropriations for the important names AttorneyGeneralof Coining to the things we take when

?, NOVEMBER 28, 1885. public works embraced in the last generation and, the too- sick the .items of chemicals, medicines is going to be a hard_ .and long one

well known Massachusetts generalof drugs ;and dyes imported'for will get on ''the sheltered side of a

..", '."THE. TR UE POLICY REFERENCE the Engineer report upon a scale the but after all the year cost ,the' nice little'sum of leaf, but if a short rain on the out-
t day
present a
; ,
.t ': which would secure prompt and ben-
+r : ,M HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS: $35,070,816. Iron and steel and side. Then1' there are other
blunder. Van Buren's species
Jam. eficial results. Thus delayed, fell big Attorney- their manufactures
The Harbor Convention which assembled that before
c -i : General since 'a 'rain are yellow, after
'' i long passed awayB. the. fact that
"wiiii into the-vortex of 'unfinished,work : notwithstanding our
at Savannah on Tuesdaylast blue. In other
the'' : F. Butler, of .New: '.York?: was a own furnaces.and mills were largely snails.deep indentations
in last days of. the session and ;
was a gathering of businessmen man of stainless; life and character. idle;for want'of a'market. For wood ; g at the head between
l called for important failed to be acted upon'by the,Senate., 1. and its C p the horns
together an The young men of that time were manufactures we paid $12- and ending with the juncture -
purposewith clear, definite and harmonious If our seventy-eight Representatives often him of the 629,062; for glass and glassware, $6- of the tail, appear a few days
; pointed.to
as one
j views, which were well em- and twenty Senators will act 256,194; for earthen, stone and china before a storm.
purest, religious men in public life, ware $4,837,782 for tin in bars
bodied in the"action of the conven- unitedly and promptly in pressingthe ; ,
,4. reasonable claims of our Southern or out, of :it. He. was a scholarlyman blocks or pigs,. $4,283,460; for clocks FOR an American to marry in

Y tion.Hitherto of modest bearing, and of unusual and watches, a million and a half, Mexico is a'somewhat'serious busi-
there has been no unity harbors upon Congress in accordance acquirements. Some after and for musical instruments nearlyas ness. He must be three times married

.wills the dignified clear and decisive years much more.- There
Kx of action on the part of the several', -nothing '
: quitting his High office at'Wash- twice in Spanish and once in
recommendations that the manufacturers and
contained in
producers -
v States and cities interested in the '
;i*.1t.-> .a.rjwiV" of our Southern har the resolutions of the Savannah Har- ington he was appointed' Professor of of'thiscountry can possibly dp English, besides having a public notice -
VH< improvement Law'in 'the New 'York City Univer- that will be more profitable than to of his: intention of marriage
bor Convention it cannot but
$? .<# bors. Each community has advocated hap- sity. He'was kind enough to invite make, .a 'careful study of this, list of placed on a'bulletin board for twenty -
S&f : as opportunity offered, the pen that beneficial}legislation will be imports and'find out'how much and
the stu tents of insti- days before the Thisis
a neighboring ceremony;
':. had. Let the tactics of log-rolling how of these articles be
$ t .claims of its own port or harbor. many can '
n.l to attend his 'the law. ; The ;public notice
Each member of Congress has tried and individual solicitation, be abanr: ,tution ; 'upon lectures on produced. .manufactured;. 4lin this 1 1 t'; can
the Constitution'of the United be gotten around by the ofa
y4 ; States. : country by 'the application of the payment
doned and united and
s to get what he could for works of a dignified >
The young men (speaking for. one of proper knowledge and skill. If any sum of money, but a residence of
demand be made for whatis ,
in his district persistent
;t public improvement considerable portion of the five six
them and'' f$r'i: } or. one month is necessary. The three
and, as a rule, has not. felt.called so clearly just. ; hundred millions 'that we"send
great interest to his clear and pol- ceremonies are the contract of mar-
.. .
'_ ; abroad for these articles
to advocate the claims of any J'.1i.n.TIlE -% I imported
upon work situated'; in other district. BOARD OF TRADE. ished, and learned exposition of Con- I can be retained; at..home. and. paid,to riage, the civil marriage-the only

any We hope:our'Boarcl; of: Tradehvill: stitutiona1:law.-No'; greater contrast our own workmen: ,and''producers marriage recognized by the law since

k .,) ... .His success depended upon the recognize the importance f of more could be well imagined than that I there will be less room for complaint 1858-and the usual, but. not oblig--
.$ of his character .
weight own personal -
of of
fthe* presented by,this quiet cultured profitable employment. atory, church service. The first two
"frequent''m'eetings; arid.taking gentleman
r t or the supppsed value of his in- The goqd 'feature[ of this showing
initiative in matters concerning our to the'Butler politician of our' is that must take place before a judge, and
"we exported enough nf.our
,, .. fluence in the support of the bill. '
times. in the of at' least four wit-
His commercial interests. 'The Board Of own productions during:the:year to presence
The merits of application had
'" Trade has it in its power to lead pub- A few years passed. on, and he, pay for all we bought abroad and nesses 'and, the American Consul.
not much to do with the success,of
lic opinion, create unity of action, came to St.Augustine a frail invalid; leave a balance.to our credit of$164- The civil marriage is .the legal form
his efforts. Members of Congress did As
f 662,416. long as we can keep
j. and his vigorous intellect and polished of marriage. These ceremonies ,are
inaugurate public enterprises
not seem to realize that their sea- such a: big 'annual' balance to'our
improvement. manners :still the delight of his necessarily in Spanish. Most 'weddings -
"' ports-the gateways of'commerce- encourage public : credit as the result of our trade with

The power of united,action.is felt in friends. It was characteristic of his the.rest""of the world we may be considered are confirmed by church ser
,, :were .,of importance? tov the :whole
1 devout a fairly .nation vice.
successful, 'religiousand of his prosperous ,
every. enterprise. Every
: .State. and. to. all 'communities'for for'4' 'croakers 'and \ to the
grumblers con-
;. 'j/.I Y' ; '. community needs,central, organization -: strict conscientiousness in acting ATTENTION is called by the Card
;* which formed outlet
they ,an
trary.notwith'standing. Philadelphia
'tyro' : .
t ;.' There never has. been a time when .to.take,cognizance of all a.ters' upon his views of_ right, that at 'this Times. ,I Trade Journal, in an .elaborate article -

time he'received visits Sun- to the.fact that the value of
affecting the public welfare. Mutual no on Water
the joint effort of fifty members,'of OF'INTEREST.
'Congress in the demand for'an equal conference in.reference-matters of day,".and. gave" up the. day:,:wholly::tothe 't as'an aid to blasting, when used

i I showing in the, River ana Harb'or cOmmon interest unites men in.their observance of'; .the duties' demanded THE tomahawk with which Han- in_ connection with explosives, is rapidly -

''"t'. bill would have failed to secure rec social life.:' Men' "who'work i together 'by-- hisPrindPles S 'as a Chris... nah Dunstan, the heroine of the becoming recognized in this

ognition. it 1 sensibly; \acquire a'bond, 't of t union, tianian N *' <3 1. Deerfield-massacre, killed her Indian country, as well as in the larger

i; ,*cr The present movement is in the and. public spirit brought out By. Some'occas.io s for grateful recollections captors while they' ,slept,and so made mines and quarries of Europe.

right direction; it aims to concen- the..> lead of'mutual:interest.." of,a gentleman whom he had' her escape, is in the possession of a Among the favorable points pertaining -
: : learned to :'before, he'had the at 'Line Vt. who to this mentionis
trate the influence and votes of the :We have: many ways in which val- : revere gentleman Derby process, special

Southern Representatives in Con- ble'vor'k could ..be 'done; through ,pleasureofmeeting him 'in ;New received it as an h idoom.DR. made of the fact that the powder,

for the more speedy completion the.Board.: of Trade.. The regulation York and St;.Augustine, induce the .ANTONIN'MARTIN says that the in exploding, bursts' the tube con
,s by the General Government of of I matter(.aff ting' out port, ,ai.in- writer to pay'this i humble tribute'to. t flavor of cod liver oil may be changed, taining the water, and-careful estimates -

r....'. important works of public.improve- yestigatibn' of the. Causes of the de= a: name'worthy'' of- all honor in- the to the delightful one of fresh oysters, showing-with increased power -

,M. K', Iy1, ,: ments which. have_ been recognized cline in the- lumber trade, the.regu- person of.B. F. Butler, New' "York. -.; if the patient will drink a large glassof or explosive violence; this is be-

lotion of port charges the obtaining SEXEX.s water poured from a vessel in cause the rending force is extended
g Lja by Congress, qs entitled to aid, but :
.t which have been carried on -by intermittent of; favorable ..freight 'rates by-water: :: Picolata,.Fl la.,*November1885i, ;'1 which nails have been allowed to through the water, in accordance

driblets of appropriations, and by rail, the publication of valuable WHATWE.BUY ABROAD. .; with certain well known principles of

'statistics of business the rust.THE California wine-makers at hydrostatics, over the enlarged interior -
r with long intervals of total inaction, pro- Notwithstanding ,our oftrepeatedboast one
when the work already,done was de:- motion of new lines of business, and that the United States can grow time this year thought they had.reason area of the bore hole, due to the

r terioated and injured.The the extension of existing lines. There from its farms and plantations dig to hope that the vintage of 1885 space occupied by the water tube.
from its mines'or produce from its for- A much of the material -
would be constantly before the board larger quantity
convention wisely ignored all ests about everything its.inhabitants would come 25,000,000 or 30,000-

.t special recommendations arid' BUg if its meetings were ,regularly held, need to eat, drink,wear,cure and shel- 000'gallons,.but an untimely spring to be mined or quarried is thus;
: gestions. The Government engineers many topics i of interest and,-impor ter them,the cold fact still stares us in frost compelled them to reduce their brought down or loosened with a

tance.; '..Fernandiria needs ; the face that we don't do it. The smaller quantity of the explosiveused.
.f : are the official authority for the character tojhaye a : estimate 59 per cent., and the yieldnow

and value' of the 'works: going, little. more s .lfassertion'more: push imports of merchandise for the fiscal expected is about 15,000,000, Again, the heat given off by
,a and effort to set its before year ending June 30,1885, amounted the burning of the powder and surrounding -
on. Congress has before it their official : ? advantages to $577,527,329. :In 'other:. words, which are substantially the figures

I reports of'what has been done i the world. We must, ourselves not we bought this large amount of goodsof of 1884. The quality of the. ,product gases converts a much

and what it ,is proposed: to do. These only value and be acquainted with various kinds from abroad be- is excellent_ wever, and the net re- larger proportion of ,the water into

officers are disinterested agents of these 'advantages, but'' we 'must. impress -. cause we either did:not produce'the sult will therefore be satisfactory.. steam,'the elastic-.force of which assists -

,them .' same articles ourselves or because we in the operation of blasting,and
p SIS the Government, and their recom- upon"'others;; and -we did;not produce them in the quantities Now that,,'cotton. is coming in, the together
need organization for this the steam and remaining water
,.mendations.should. be regarded as an purpose required, or, in some, instances, oil mills, are' busy. Nothing about;
e among others. *. '->- "f, because of the native : extinguish'the flame and
reliable, and of paramount impor- "E the quality pro cotton need( be_ wasted.- '-The 'fibrehavingbeen'separate
.....\ '"\ '", duction not to the f 9 l'r- '" of the powder.
was required
t When the Committee up : 'seeds'are
nce. on ,DEATH- OF'. VICE-PRESIDENT. standard. "d, the -
t t River and Harbors meets it has before HENDRICKS. -*- Dividing the,, list' imports_ into ,, again-"; inte%t g J,".' l all the. cotton adhering .- W. K. BAUKNIGHT,

it these reports. of .the Engineer Thomas.Andrews Heridricks,Vice- articles of food l, drink clothing, med- .to theI (;b ng,removed a ''and sold t AGENT,

Department and,the,estimates asked : icine materialsand miscellanies .the husks WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL
k C : President'of the United.,States, died building to the cotton-men; Then
.: ., for by the Secretary of the.Treasury. ." we get interesting AND STOCK,DEALER,
in)his Home ',in, Indianapolis of somevery are removed and'used. ; for fuel in the BUTCHER ANDDealer.
pa- results. In the.first list and
JM4SM When the Engineer Department re- sugar furnaces on.the premises., After the in Ice
'ralysis of the heart,at 5 o'clock Wednesday molasses occupy the first place,'having -
that 8500,000'can.be
$ ports judiciously cost us for the year.$76,738,713, seed is ground, cooked and pressed, TENNESSEE: BEEF, A. SPECIALTY.

: a. expended during, the coming,,fiscal afternoon. He was sixty-six being upwards ,of 13 per cent. of the I the oil being extrated, the refuse BROOM STREET WHARF-

year on the improvements.at two ;years old on the 7th of last' September total import, for the year. Foreign 'forms an oil cake, which 'is shippedin I-tf' FERN NDI A. ,FLA.-

'or more ports, there is no ground for I and though he has of late suf- fruits, including nuts; cost $16,705574 ,- large. quantities. ,to. Great Britain.. JAMES McGIFFIN,

k. r t ,the committee to arbitrarily decide "fered'somewhatfrom, ill health,,yet ; b_substances readstuffs.and.. cost other farinaceous for'''food for 'cattle. Last of all,, the BUILDEr.Th. :-

that one-half of that sum shall be ;his energetic appeararice. ,and vigor- millions; fish nearly five nearly;;millions eight; :ashes have. :virtue. of their own 1are. and 0ONTRACT.OR AND 1

$ given to one of these works,and one- :.ous-habits, of thought and ;action spices and '-eggs, five !millions! more, .soldrat 3" .high price. The oil Alachua Street between Second and ll'U.

tenth to heother. Impartial justice seemed' to promise- n. Ipng-lifie. (;He, arid vegetables and provisions, $3- .:goes to.Chicag to make 'butter and FERNANDINA, FLA.

t should be meted out to the several :died almost without_ warning. On. 700,000., 'U der.,the head of drinks lard; to Cincinnati,. where' an ,illuminating -
1 t we paid for coffee $46,713,318 for Orders aId estimates from a'distancecare
works embraced in the schedule ;
of Tuesday evening: he attended ; '
--- a re- tea$14,047,583 for'.wines $6,275- .oil is made from it, and to fully attended.to. 25FOR _

lj Government. works. No 'sectionshould .ceptibn, ';",on,Wednesday eyening all 703;over; an: Eastern city > be: .made'into pureolive : 'FINE' PRINTING SEND
I d .. be helped, because it. has ''a jwas... over......with! :himl: ... .,,(;..' ( '. ', "*' ''* two millions, arid for malt liquors a oil for. ,salads. It is already orders! to the MIRROR office.
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; ,THE. FLORIDA MIRROR:' ;NOVEMBER' 28,1885.Absolutely ..

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A rci Nr
ROYAL *r- +-11-++++-11-4+-i.+. 11 i f i +++++++.+f+M't t+4++++++++++
I., -pSI + ti 11If1NEW FALL DRESS


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++ -I-++ 1--++;-+ ++ +-p+-t I I '-t:+-t:+;;+:++-++:t:++
PlaidsPi'ints, Ginghams, etc.,

n.:: I :r WINTER GOODS. 3a Blankets Quilts
-AT- Comfortables,

,1 have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof

Winter GoorH ever brought to Fernandina-consisting.of Col- VERY LC>w 3P3FLXOEM
ored Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Blankets are among
my specialties: ; Gloves and Hosiery in'great variety;


Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen :Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, IS REPLETE WITH NEW GOODS OF FASHIONABLE CUT AND

'Feathers'Satines; PiquEs; Ginghams, and,. in, short everything .to DESIRABLE: FABRIC. ,FINE .CLOTHING_ SPECIALTY. -5
be found! in a.well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special
POWDER NEVER VARIES. A attention directed to m large and varied assortment4of1LBOYS' ::
THIS of purity, strength and whole-
someness. More economical than the ordinary u I<< HEW FALL STYLES IN GENTS' HATS [ ==
kinds, and cannot be sold.in competition = Jjb !
with- the multitude of low-test, short- MEN CLOTHING

weight;iSold alum only or phosphate in cans. powders. Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. t

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., which cannot be beaten, in the city, and which I am selling at 1
48 lOa Wall Street, New-York.NEW A :LARGE: LINE: OF ZZ. .2TDSOy :E GOODS. 0
'; (astonishingly )low,prices.! Suits equal .to custom made at one- I
half the cost. Alsoa large variety of Gents' Underwear and 2&-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to 0

COODS ,Furnishing, Goods'of every description. ,: ten dollars and over, sent,FREIGHT PREPAID.J. E

,2s 'I'. XYDD7 =
Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts. 12, I

for Men,'Ladies and :Misses, of 311'si'z ,'at low prices. In Domestic -

) Goods I.am.offering unprecedented. bargains, and I will. not be
!, i i undersold.. Linens'and White Goods are among specialties... FERNANDINA AND- NEW-YORK.
Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEFURNISHING f. ."


comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give,mea
call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at ,
now opened his large and extensive '

stock of Foreign and Domestic F o III ([(I THE BARGAIN 8 STOREI\11\\\ I \\I

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:FERN.c, : :: .NDi JSr-.A.' '.
French and English Cashmeres, Merinos, ,- .
Alpacas, Delaines,Satines, Lusters, Prints, ,';:,:\ -"' ., ,' :. D-' "YG-O D I
Seersuckers,a choice Jot of Family Blankets : .
Flannels all colors Red, Blue, -
( t
White, Brown, Olive, Opera, etc.,) Trunks TawIJ rUQS .! Natiana! Novelties
Irish Doileys Linens,Table, Towels Linens,and Napkins Cov- ,, :, ;, saBiiHiivivumij Hogiery, :, I

ers of beautiful design and ,
finish,Irish and Hamburg .HATS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, RIBBONS,

Edgings Laces!;,and Embroideries Shawls, :*" IIII (m. SUMMER 1 i !1II1 GOODS \\\ qII\ II Jewelry: Stationery: Slubber: Stamps,' :Etc.:


BrochE and all-
!;, Satinet Jeans. Cotton 1
Flannels, White Goods, Shirt- ,I1V.ODE I
:: :BRC::
ings,Sheetings! ,Gents' Furnishing SECOND STREET
Goods, Hats. Caps, Umbrellas, Boys
and Gents'Suits of latest style and finish -
,Trunks,Valises,Satchels,Ladies and i7 t RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. tJr..C
Gents'Shoes,Gaiters, Hosiery, Ladies and
Children's Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear, COMPLETE'STOCK
: : >I ..IDATX: :: : : : X:: .


Mattings, Bugs, Oil-Cloths, etc.
Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and : '.
China Ware, Goblets,Tumblers, Bowls,
Ewers, Basins, Butter Dishes, etc.
Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Nun's Veiling

Furniture, Chairs Tables, Spring ,. ..
Beds, Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions, "
and a great variety not mentioned here. ;. .

All the above was purchased by the Proprietor ,: *:: ,....
while recently in New York, at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES, and will be m((1 AT \GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.( 1 \\I\\ I 'i..i
sold at a small living profit FOR CASH. Ir' i .,:. '.
Having been established in East Florida ,f
since 1853,and in this city since 1861,I hope .
and expect to receive a large share of the
public patronage,and will endeavor to make


in the future, as in the past, one of the most SHADES, 'WALL 'PAPER,- etc.,' our stock is complete.' Proposed Sailings for October and November 1885.
popular Stores in the city.I Steamers leave Pier 20,E.R..at 3' ).m. Steamers leave Fernandina; ;p.m.
offer.my best thanks for past favors. : .will in assortment and'price with .
M. DOWNEY. November 10. Saturday November 14.
in the State. Carondelet..Tuesday, ,
Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885. .,. City of Antonio.-.Friday, November 13. Wednesday, Noyern.: 18.

J. A. RYDER & CO., 'CLOTH. and EAT. DEPARTMENT. (Cup stairs) embraces a line.of State,of Texas...............:.Tuesday, November 17. Saturday, November 21.

PRACTICAL- Goods' that p'cannot be excelled'- :the State-from th 'cheapest Cottonade Carondelet......"......-.......;...Friday, November. 20. Wednesday, Novem. 25.
I. This Line, Having 110 Transfers between Fernandina and New
BLACKSMITHS and WHEELRIGHTSCORNER up .to"..as'fin: a line ;Diagonals'.a!? is manufactured.In York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
( FRUITS, VEGETABLES,hand others.
BROOME AND SECOND STS.TTE :ALPACAS PONGEES' and SEERSUCKERS The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
,.we..aI'e. offering ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT. CHANGE; making close
ARE NOW PREPARED TO DOTT bargains to make room for Fall stock. : ,' ,' connections at FERNANDI with FERNANDINA &'; JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD -
any and all work entrusted to our ':. for .;JACKSONVILLE. and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
care promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work ., OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN: RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
Orders . '
t6f" mail-promptly attended
by to. *: ; ;
carefully pone at reasonable rates. WoodWork : crz r' :- RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS: and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
in all of its branches, at'living prices ., . : i :.." PENINSULAR RAILROAD for .OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
and at short notice.HorseShoeing. .,' ,: ; LAKE WEIR. '
Specialty. .
,-A.. ,., ",. '
j;ir'"Furniture repaired,repainted,stainedor ;'j\tl)#''tr'" d .', "' ", "< ,., For freight,passage, rates,and'schedules, or further information,apply to
varnished. Wire Safes made to order at '.;i h ;.",:..', CENTRE STREET,.FERNANDINA, .FLA, ,; :R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
short notice.A .. : ., .." '
share of the public patronage solicited.Respectfully pft ".'1.."'''';:: "''.}.,.').'(,'" ._, ? / h"? FERNANDINA,
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a4 .,:. GENERAL. DIRECTORY. Sheriff G. W. Epperson, Luke Butler., I I MADISON COUNTY. In the Circuit Court : .: .. -= '"at' \ "" jQcl' -; >
I 4 Collector of Revenue Bunberry' Haynes, \ fill.. 6. .,<,,:,. "K-' ,
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/- County Judge R; Witherspoon, Madison "FOURTH JUDICIAL NASSAU; _- >. '
10' /. United States Officers. Starke L'4: Q :=:-;j.-5r r: 1Y' Y'iI',:M r, ....i.f.'..

.,6 1. .." ,.:', LAND'OFFICE,"GAINESVILLE. Superintendent Schoo18-JI'L.'Hill. IJ'; Lake Sheriff S. A.-Parramore/Madispn.f ,-' : .. 'CO. .t XTY... FLORIDA._""_;.. )0; _:;.-)=_--.1, : ":.; >;;'. .
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l Butler. 'S ".: '... '- ;
Clerk-John MiUeggs, Madison ; s ; -
Gainesville. .
L.J Barnes
itegtster- Aro.szu JJpN': yEs .t.1 -_ -
ARD'COUNTY. ., )) ..
." John F. Rollins Gaines ille. Superinten dent o/'ciooteSahmel J. Perry ; "=, ::"" 't L:: Qt
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ti; 'Receiver t'Jf t > :::.==. ;:. .I. } .
.''Suro }/ r-General-J. F. McClellan. County Judge-Jzvaes' A. )McCrory, City :Madison. "Jf\\ ELLEN I K. :\l'ADLF.IGIailll" } L,,t'lL"C'l'rl'; *.- _-- ,- ..;- QE "
1 DISTRICT COURT. I Point. ?:; I Comity 1j'ea.rurt-S.: i S. Smith, Madison J.L JUHN 11. .W ADLEIGU. jAlilLli : ".. :.f, 1, ',= !-':.: .. .
"' Clerk-A.,A.. Stewart, Titusville: Collector of feveliue-13. V. Wads worth,' & :: < '
-:'judge-Thomas Settle, Jackson ville. '; I HAVING BEEN FIIEI1IN: ) ::c- :: ::.. ,'
-1 SheriM.. English. T'tusvillelCollector Madison. .. I =.-:1. : ;:_. .
'.JLr31U1l-J. cks 'entitleir .. .
H. Durkee, J n ville.' of Revenue-J. F.'Reed;THnsville.. .MANATEE. COUNTY. I.o 'e VMU.-iTsem jtrncregularly. 'l' :: I
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.INTEBNAL Superintendent of"ScJiools-John' H. Laws?! issietd'tbcr'iii;' and it etgglenring'| ': :; c. .
1 '. I County Judge-John G. Webb,<.Manatee.l. ( that the iIi'lViiilutitK Kllrif E. !S. WutlUighiindJohn :: = 't ':'" ,
City ; ,,:i, Clerk-Robert S./ .Manatee.Sherij u. = 1.C \
1 Griffith, II.- Wiulleteh i reside .beyond tit** .
CALUOUN. ,. :: :! .=.. ;: :" I
Collector S. C. Thompson Jacksonville. .' -.. =
1f. }- S.1Yatson. Pine Level. limits of tin- State ut Florida. tu within itnt -.. ,, -"" 1.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOXS.John' County Judge-William Clark. :/ Collector of ..P..evemte-IIenry.. Carlton,. of the,United State*; ; -g.%;< R per :

W. Howell, Fernandina. ,Clerk-James S.''Fan nin. ,. ': .' Fort Green It i is thVfeforiMiriltTeil( (that thetleft-whints,, :: r- ;:. o'I--: 'f. I.'f. ..
,pt Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Sheriff Joseph S. Stun Superintendent of Schools-Felix J.Seward,'' Ellen E. Wudlcfeh; anti the said John II..; =- '. : <

t.ci. John F. House, St. Augustine.. Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Pine Level. 'rudlei I,. do appear in the said Circuit .:., :; ]; ::.:= .il' ..4.I ;
Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins r :; -: ,
Court ami
> MARION demur answer the said '
.r .J COUNTY. plead or "; :! =-!.: ""
State Officers. Superintendent of ScJiools-W. G. Coxwell. : bill'on or before tlat 1 *'first t ')lnr. lay in November -,, .. =-:? :: .'J ::::
County Jurge-J Williams Ocala. !tc:: = ....
.. CLAY COUNT Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. nt'xt. A. I). lxS.>. tit laerw .-e the statements '-g.=-= :; :: .;,.. t"t'"
: Hvorrwnts ::and charges in said bill, -r.:: :::... 00: g ) I
J ,ti ... EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County .Judge-!. T. Copeland, 'Orange *lM-ij--U. T. Williams Ocala. : + $
contained \viii lJe t kt'n confessed and -4-c
as a :
Edward A. Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Revenue W. P. Trantham ; ... ; .
t Governor- Perry, .. .
decree -
fesso entered therein in =
i. con conformity ..
Clerk-G. N. Bardin Green Cove Spring. Ocala. pro .' .. .-..
LieutellAlnt- Govemor-Milton H. Mabry, the nil -. ,-.., .-.., -. I
to regiilatinj such i-auses. -
! ; eesburg. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools M. L. Payne' Fernandina.us:. September!; 19. 1885. r __ (5 = .0 ..4..
State-John L. Crawford .Tal Fort McCoy. = ero)
Secretary of Springs.Collector Q '
lahassee. of Revenue-'Y. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. p .. 9.rj
teat 44 Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. : .: .-
Comptroller-W. D: Barnes, Tallahassee.Jr'a Superintendent of ScJiools-Geo. W. Hall, :-' ; =- ::: ::: >
County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. .
:4 =.C' QQ
J Treasurer E. S. Crill.
'': ":' M. Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.' In the Circuit Cou..t.FOURTH S := < =-_ C.-...-:
t4 Attorney-General Cooper,
.s Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
; *' aee. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector ofRetenue-Mason S. Moreno, :::. r"-i > \
; r- Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake.City. Key West.Superintendent. COUNTY FLORIDA. = ':> = "'' t1 1

Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. .S//.CTijf---C. P. Farwell, Lake City. of Schools--J. V. Harris,.Key caL' .T
14 Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. ELVIRA 'C HORSEY EMILY]' :;.::: r7 q'

Adjutall.t-GeMral-David Lang. Superintendent of, Schools W. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. A. NOYES. E. P. NOYES j :: .--t-.. -
-... ....
SUPREME COURT. Lake ,City. and CHARLES A. NOYES, | .. ;-:: =- .....
County Judge-Hinton J. 'Baker Fernan- I''n .".-4..
Justice Qeo. G. McWhorter. DADE. vs. } II = C=S
Chief Chancery.
' dina. -.r r: (':) -...
? Associate Justice George P. Raney, Talla- Judge-Allen E. Heyser. ELLEN E.S.'V ADLEIGU,JOliN I IH.WADLEIGH.amlALONZO =' .g _. uJ
County Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. :: Z=,::: J3.--. (}2
hassee. I .
s Clerk-T.\\. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. ... .1d: r > ..
Associate Justice R. B. Van Valkenburgh B. NOYES. -
M. Mettaur. = _
SlieriffVm. nO::
Assessor of Taxes-Wm.-. Garland Fer ,
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tpTl4 Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm.. Ewan. nandina. BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN ? === .-h (J)

**'asf3l -># CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. regularly issued: therein and it appearing 5r't .

First C'ircuit--Augustus E.; Maxwell, Pen- William A.' McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, that two of the said defendants, to wit,
County Judge- .
cola. Evergreen. Ellen E. S. Wadleigh; and John H. Wad- ,' ,

44.4t. Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- sonville.Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan- lei} h. reside beyond the limits of the State ",' -;.,: .
'8ee. dina. of Florida to wit., in one of the United
Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. Y '
States .
,- Y v r Fourth Third Circuit Circuit--E.James J. Vann M. ,Baker Madison., Jackson- Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. It is;therefore ordered that the said defendants '. : ,-- -"t..f-'f, '"" ;.....,_f fV ft .' '. .

t ; ville. sonville. County Jtl.dge-J L. Bryan, Orlando. the said Ellen E. S., Wadleigh and

g:' Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Collector of Revenue Closes J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. John H. Wadk-igh appear in the said .\ ,. I. < ,

;2' ; 'ville. Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. Hardeman, Or Circuit Court and demur, plead or answerthe 'J. .. ri r f..
r e Sixth l.ircuit-H. L. Mitchell Tampa. Superintendent\ Sclwoll'ViUiam H. lando. ;' sail I bill on or before the first Monday' ,' '.. : .
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{t Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. cock, Jacksonville.) Superintendent of Schools-John T.'Becks, in'Novemhernext, A.'>. 1885, \)therwise'thestatenients "I i JJ: '; -J.' 1( f",
ESCAMBIA. Orlando. averments and charges in said 1 .-. ;c',,"_' f
1 Court Calendar Tate. Sutveyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando. bill contained will be taken as confessed.

1 Clerk-F.County Judge-'Valter E. de la Rua. .::... : Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. and a decree pro confesso entered therein in ............,,-, ..
FIRST CIRCUIT. I conformity to the rules regulating such ,
9+ x't ,, -fall: Term- Sheriff Joseph Wilkins. POLK. '", ""r'jj ,
+:l'? ; Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A..Fortner.. causes.Fernandina,'Fla.. September 19. 1885. ;a /: \J ( } :: t I' :
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Cl.erk-S. J. Pearce. t iT _, ;'
Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. JOHN A. EDWARDS: .
vi; Holmes 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday 44
; 4 -in October. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla.

'i FRANKLIN. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. :,i- : .. .
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday .-: : -
Notice of
Robert G.
Countg Judge- Baker. Insolvency. ,
4 .: 'in October. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. '.1. "

,;.. Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. A. Atkins. IN COUNTY COURT, Nassau County
Ill ari Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY.;
October. Florida : Whereas Fred W. Hoyt administrator .
.. Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Treasurer R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T., S.Houghton, Palatka. of the estate of W. S. Rawson, ", ,,'
A. Patton. '
Collector of Revenne-George Clerk-W. F. Forward'Palatka. deceased late of the aforesaid hav-
q This amended section 2 of act of February county ,
10, 1879, and does"not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry.C.: Hicks. Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr.. Palatka. ing filed in the office of the County Judgeof ,

l ,14 !J Spring Term. GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. said .county a written suggestion of the
k THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, insolvency of"said estate, notice is hereby .. ", '' ,
fen Spring Term- Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka. given to all persons having claims or demands 1-,

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. 'of any nature whatever against said

.April. Treasurer-A. W.: Smith. ,,County Judge John R. Kimbrew, Perry. estate, to file.the same, duly authenticated

:.IL Madison, 2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff-B. A. Tucker,:Perry.' in the office of the County Judge of said

'; 4, Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John Calhoun, Perry. I county on or before the 13th day of Octo- THE '
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. ber, A. D 1885, at which time there will be FLORIDA
HAMILTON COUNTY. rata to creditors entitled
in April. Perry. a pro payment
i Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Samuel McInnis., Jasper. 'County Treasurer D.: S..Sutton, Perry: thereto, and the Administrator discharged.! 'l'O'VN IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY.,
3 in April. Clerk-J. )!. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D.''N..Cox', Perry. Witness my hand and seal as County -

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondav Sheriff Sampson'Tavel, Jasper. Collector of .Revenue J. B. Hardee, Perry. Judge of said county, this 10th day of -

r in April. Collector of Revenue-John 'H Lee. SANTA ROSA. April, A. D. 1865. ,,Fernandina,
} ',w" !. Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, H. J. BAKER.
j' '
., Taylor 1st after 1st in County Judge-John Chain. County Judge. Towns on 'R. R. Line..lod .
;,, Tuesday Monday Jasper. Clerk-R. R.:Shepard.
Fernandina 11 1885. 6mo
October. HERNANDO COUNTY. April ,
% *! Treasurer Robert Robinson.
f'il Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville.. Collector of Revenue-W. J.'Williams.'' The time of the final distribution in the Cedar Key.

Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk=John C. Law. Brooksville: Superintendent,of Schools-:David Tinner.ST. above-mentioned estate. has been. postponedto
S&W& ] Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. 'November 3, 1885.: -

in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King,Lecanto. H. J. BAKER.
IMS' ; Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- td County Judge. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers: a Iazgt-

t: October. xille. tine.ClerkBartolo
K "IP JBtm ; Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of SclLO018-'V. C. Zimmerman F. Oliveros; St. Augustine. number of the most eligible and lles J'abh-
; in October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.ESTAfLISIIED .

y t -;i FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
t 1 pring Term- "HILLSBOBOUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. 187 $.
t St. John's, 2d Tuesday March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools Peter S. Arnau, City or Suburban Residences.
tai '3 "'i, Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine.

'. ,a Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April.' Collector of Revenue-W. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES UPON EASY TERMS.

i Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES.: Clerk-c. M. Knott, Sumterville.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Sheriff J.F. Galloway, Snmterville. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to-
County Judge-A. H. Brownell. .
r fall Term- Collector of Revenue-L N. Withers, Lees-
.i.iK ;a St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-T. H.: Pitman burg.Superintendent. & CO., parties engaged in manufacturing OJ indnsrial -
f ,, Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. "
w of Schools-C. F. Venable,
ch' Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Sumterville. enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
? lAt Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker

W Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. =I PHARMACISTS 1= erty purchased substantial improvements-
M. W.Phillips Live
; s'J' P Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.? JACKSON. County Judge- Oak.
Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak.
( 'f t1r FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. residence, or in which to conduct tlieb

Spring Term Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March.. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. business.

;i' t' Marion,'4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools A. W. Mizzen
i.1 Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4thTuesday in Collector of Relenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn.. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFAemK-.
.March.i ScJiools Samuel
i. Superintendent of J. Erwin. VOLU8IA COUNTY.
+ + Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in constantly on hand a fine assort- ERS by exemption for a term of years from
March. JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- KEEP
1 k Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge -W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. "and DOMESTIC, taxation, offered by the several. cities and
in April. Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Cl.erk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise.

fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. towns. :Apply to

itq Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Re1entle-T.F.Drudy,Em poria.. Drugs and Chemicals CHAS. W. LEWIS

Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools- -B.-F. Fox, New
2. Putnam 2d Tuesday in November. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna.
#SHS Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello: WAKULLA' COUNTY. Homoeopathic and Patent'Iedi ines, Office, Dury building (up stain),.

] Alachua, 1st Tuesday after, 4th Tuesday. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-It. S. Smith. corner Centre. and First streets"

fillh in November. ticello. Sheriff Charles s.AIHgood,Crawford ville... Proprietary- and FancyG ods, '..; ,". ,: .... ,,',. -.. "
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker; Crawfordville. > '" -'" < :; ; ; .'i .' t' .

11 Spring Term Counli/ Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools. -E. Y." Watts- -- -,, FINE TOILET ARTICLES, '. <,... :: ... ; I ': ,.- ::, ',
.r, t{ Orange, 4th Monday in January., -, '. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. '. ..-
i3 t Volusia, 3d Monday in February.-,'. f.' Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County TVeajunrr-W. ., W. Walker, Craw- r' : ''; ,<
r g Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent Schools J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville. PERFUMERY, ,. SOAPS, ETC., ;' ;
r'r "t Dade,3d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- '
4 Jai Term-' : fordville. IN GREAT VARIETY. [ ; t.
County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New c : ; ,
r, : Orange, 2d Monday i in August. Troy. WALTON. r \<: ,:!:, ; .

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector Revenue J.T. ,<, .,: { -
of Cates, Old Town. County Judge Daniel McLeod, Sr. : : <<:a.-,, -1-' -
i$ r Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor o/Tox -C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. JjlIPhysicians' Prescriptions .,'fl''f "'' ':1" :'".-"., ". .....
,, 2d Monday in November. 1.< is U ..,1 .. .
N1rM Sheriff -John C. McSween. : ; .
LEON COUNTY. carefully compounded with pure Drugs,.at ; :, .. ': ,': '
Treasurer-James E. Bowers. ....:i .t. !,..: f ."." ?; '
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x f tt County Officers. County Judge E. M. West, Tallahassee.' Collector of Ret'C7we-'V..B. McLeod.' -reasonable' -prices.SEWING. i" '. :a. ":tv". ., .- r'5':

ALACHUA. Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. 'Superintendent of ScJiools-"C. Gunri.WASHINGTON. ': ., ./ .Q-.1"r"# ....,xi.".,-';,';,'- .,1

r. ,", County Judge-Junius. C. Gardner, Gaines Superintendent Clerk--C. A. Bryan Schools, Tallahassee.=Henry N._ Felkel, MACHINES-, ,. ; r ';.;,. ..:,,:. : >'->.{.'.i'.t',.,' .'i.<.<:>".. j[.-'O,:-, '\: '

ville. Tallahassee. County Judge; -Wm. B. Jones.; '._' \\..' f- :i>!I-' :r.< -> ",, ', ,
1 a Clerk-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. Clerk D. D. ALL LATE. IMPROVED/MAKES, '':;;-. \.}:.,H\::" ', ,;( .. 1t. ..:, *." ".
: Melvin.
; Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.' ... .. ........j.TI ') ,r. r' '-"1t.t > "
") Sheriff S. C. Tucker Arredondo. Collector of Revenue C.- C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff S. W. Davis. For Sale v r t\t.c: r ':' ;
Manufacturers' ;
Prices ;
; ,_
Collector of Revenue H.C. Denton, Gaines hassee. Treasurer-Thomas'J.iJJer.- ; .: iY.z
{ ville. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Retenue-John Roche. -AuoATT1C""EUT8 : :.i < j";, /: .: .: ,; "
k $ ii Superintendent of School*-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry.Bush. S'S, ,;
r Gainesville. :; y n ; L
Sheriff W. H. of every description, and '
Bigham, Bronson. '
: '
j ,. BAKER -:1 -
q mUNTY.am.ey Collector of Retenue'v. H; Anderson, Notice for Final, Discharge. for any Sewing Machine, ':W '. ,."