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: December 5, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. He will :be succeeded in England by The City COlit cil.' springs andstreams of pure water. It New Mince Meat,

Rustem Pasha, also a Christian. The regular meeting -of,the City- ,Council is not.the intention of the managers of At WHITHER & SCIiCYL mfs.
ONE-FIFTH of all the coal producedin was held; on Wednesday evening last, with the enterprise to raise any cultivated

the United States is found in four LIEUTENANT GREELY believes thereis the following aldermen present: Avery Mc- crops for feed. The ground will be Agents wanted till over The South to sell

the an ocean 1,500 miles in diameter, Giffin! Starke, Austin, Wilkcrson Don- in and clover. Anderson's Plant P.-ottvtor. iiiM-ct. frost
is kept will
counties, of which Pittsburgh -. grass They and waterproof Sj.-<'ial! territory ami lib-
centre. Nearly one-third of round about the pole, that never ald, Walker and Dorsey. rely on corn raised on the Illinois side eral commission. For information address
business A petition of property owners to have of the river to fatten the The GEO.ANDERSON: Fulton !'t., New York.
converted into coke. freezes and conjectures that the pole hogs. _
the product is ; Broome street, between Seventh and Ninth h
will be
corn over in boats be-
There are 100 cokeniakers, 12,000 itself is the centre of an ice capped streets, improved was referred' to the Street longing to the company. The great large red Lost.A .
land covered with ice from 1,000 to Committee.The pocket-hook containing; several
invested. Six American bottoms
ovens,and $13,000,000 embrace some of letters of value only to the owner. A
4,000 feet thick. These conclusionsare following bills were ordered, paid! : the most productive corn, lands in the :suitable reward will be paid to the tinc1t'r.,t
thousa'id men are employed. Fred W. Hoyt & C-o., supplkS; ......:.$ 19.43} the Mirror ottlcv.
rejected by prominent Arctic authorities Samuel Loftii,mse.day scavenger r for world. It is proposed to stock the
IT is estimated that Connecticut ..... ranch with
in November. 40.00 sows obtained at the St. J. & T. Kydd's Special liaryalns.
will pay more revenue tax upon cider England. W. H. Pope, Mayor from April 1st to .,Lonis stock yards. These animals can 1 case good dark Prints :Itt} cents
November 1st... 175.00 per
all PROFESSOR EATON, of Yale College,. be and will be valuable -
brandy this year than upon Geo. Demott, night scavenger;for November bought very cheap, yard.

the tobacco industries. In Western in a recent lecture to the students ......-.......".. 80.00 for the purpose designated. First- 1 case best Prints at 5 wnN per yard.
Geo. E. Wolff, clerk for November.... 25.00 .
told them it not certain Eve males will be employed Selected styles at 0 cents per yard.
Massachusetts thousands of barrelsof was Newton Bradley, police for November 25.00
the tempted Adam with an apple in the Stephen Morris, police for November 25.00U. improving the stock. The pigs will All wool scarlet Knit Undershirts at 65
apples are rotting on ground, L. Denefield, Marshal for;;November have an extens* ? range abundant cents, worth $1.
though an enormous quantity of cider Garden of Eden. He thinks probable ...'. 35.00 shade and water. All the conditionswill Brocaded Dress Goods at 15 cents, worth
it "because the Amos Atkinson, special police, Old be favorable 25
was made. was a quince, Town.. 1.25; to a healthy condi- cents.

of mild steel apple of the present day was propa- Simon Johnson, special police, Old tion of the animals. The location is Job lot all Linen Towels half price, from
TilE manufacture To\v n. 1.25 excellent for obtaining supplies and 10 cents up.Ladies' .
from the and it is
the Bessemer: process has, it is said, gated crab-apple, Rinal McDonald, special police,Old for marketing the hogs when they are Jerseys at 50 cents.
Adam would have Town. 1.25J.
been so greatly reduced in cost in not at all likely IIippart, special police, Old Town 1.25 in a condition to slaughter. 100 pair Pants from $1.50 to $4.00 below

steel and iron been taken\\in by such a puckery lit- Geo. Bryant, special police, city....... 6.35 regular price. 4
England that [ ships ANANIAS IN IRELAND. New stock of 'Overcoats, just received,
tle bait." The Finance Committee,reported that the from $3 '
of the same class have come to One of the members up.
ships of the
fines collected by Mayor Pope up to Novem- party J. fc; T. KYDD.
be offered at precisely the same price. ON a clear night about 3,000 stars ber 1st (54.50) had been turned over to the alluded to was an Irishman named

This possibility, it is remarked, arises are visible to the naked eye. A like Treasurer.The 'Billy E-, who only had one story, Cash Buyers,
Tax Collector in full for but who always told it as earnestlyas Will find it to their interest to buy their
largely from the fact that a steel shipof number in the opposite hemispheremakes report of Clothing, Dress Goods, Flannels White
the collections of 1884 was referred to the if it ,had been freshly coined for .
strength can be made ofmuch a total of about 6,000 that can Goods Woolens, Notions, Shawls, Hosiery,
a given Finance Committee. each sitting. Deprived of its brogue, Domestics'at : j ;
than of iron. be seen without a glass. The tele- "". J. LOHMAN'S.
lighter weight one The night scavenger,.service was orderedto ran something like this:

THE megaloscope is a new apparatus scope stars, unseen by the unaided be suspended from December 10th' to January "Well,gentlemen, you may believe competition.His prices are positively below those of

eye on account of their remoteness, 10th, 1886.Cancelled me or not, but the facts I am aboutto
to the notice of
lately brought classified high as the fourteenth city scrip amounting to$1,13 .98, relate can be vouched for by a Winter Clothing.
the Academic des Sciences. It is are and fire scrip, with interest, $28.75 was destroyed hundred of the best men in the Old Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at
and their number is vast- PAUL FUNKE'S.Pape .
armed with an incandescent light, magnitude, in open Council. Country. Among the many small x

and is used to explore the stomach, ly greater, being reckoned as high as The Street Committee was authorized farmers of the North of Ireland wasa ). Shell Almonds

bladder, and other cavities of the 20,000,000.IT make the necessary repairs t. .on Cedar street Mr. McAnally-and as honest a At WHITNER & SCHUYLER'S.

is reported from North and central .for proper drainage. man, too, as ever lived, rest his soul.
body. By its means, an objectivelens The Chief of the Fire Department was instructed Besides his occupation on the farm Gents Furnishing Goods,

may be carried into the cavityand Sweden that this year migratory to make. necessary. repairs to the he also hurried a good deal of lime At great bargains at '. .

a magnified image of its interiorbe birds have left in large numbers hook and ladder truck. C for that section of the country, and PAUL FUNKE'S.

obtained for the physician's in- at an unsually early date. Between Council theq voted $20 for-the use of the made considerable money by it. One Shoes, Shoes !

August 16th and 18th thousands of Street Committee to repair 0 the road to Old :Saturday night (he was a mighty Again arrived a new stock of Gent's. La
spection.THE Town, and adjourned. : conscientious man) he banked dies' Misses' and Children's Shoes. 'They
wild fowl wcre'seen passing over up'the are of the finest and made.If .
quality neatly
Vice-President's widow is left lime kiln so that it wouldn't need
Commissioners. any one can undersell me I want to know
Stockholm ir. for The County s
in comfortable, .'circumstances. She progress lasting. caring for: on the .Sabbath day, bu'tsomen Jt, as Ihaven't: heard of a single instance up $'
monthly meeting of the Boardof
several hours at time. A The regular. to date. W. J. LOII
'taken of a severe r H. w he felt about it and I.\N.
has herself largely charge County Commissioners fob Nassau county uneasy ,

the private business* affairs of her -winterjs" anticicipated- in the, 'north.'. was held at?the clerk1! of t ce.Wednesday_, ;before church time next morning he Just Received,

husband, and has managed them of Europe. 'Theautumn"HasT been" the following: t'imiiis touti:;_L,:i g"1 enft' jventdownitojook: *" tit, mounted-->.. ".thes1dna ;Pare Spice; for the Holiday trade at.* ;- .. _. ', .
; with Iong rake ****<* *"""-- .
Lewis Phineas Johnson, 'J. J. a waglixirtg "" J&'SciiifrikR ;
very cold in Norway.AN Charles W. :
with successmueh better
signal something about the kiln when sud-
Upchurch and J. T. Higginbotham.A
the Vice-President used to say, "thanI extraordinary feat in telephoning communication of the Road Commis- denly he fell through into the red Blankets and House Furnishing

could have done'myself.: The residence was recently accomplished be- sioners of District No. 11, asking an exten- hot mass beneath. Fortunately,how- Goods PAUL, at New FUNKE'S York DRY prices GOODS, at EMPORIUSI.

where Mr. Hendricks died, in tween St. Petersburg and Boulogne, sion of the bridge across! Brandy branch, on ever, Mr. McAnally held on to the
rake and it rested the of the
the Alachua trail referred back the over top
distance of miles. Conversation was to. Boys' Clothing.
Indianapolis is worth $10,000 and a 2,465 -
kiln in such a that the
Road Commissioners, with instructions to up- $1.50 up to $8.00 per suit.
he had other property in the city, was kept up, notwithstandinga furnish the Board with the probable cost, per half of his body was not injured. W. J. LOHM\X.:

valued, all told, at about $60,000.His rather high induction. The exper- and whether the public convenience demands His cries for help soon brought his Dry Goods. ;

life was also insured in a con- iments were made during the night, the outlay. wife and the serving-man to the Remember the closing out sale in Dry "

siderable sum. Altogether it is esti- when the telegraph wires were not at The following bills were ordered paid : scene, when they took hold of oppo- Goods etc., at
Minus McCleary. hauling furniture, site ends of the rake and lifted the PAUL FUNKE'S.

mated that he will leave $100,000, work. The Russian engineers hopeto etc.. for Circuit Court....................$ 1.?5 unfortunate man out, who was horribly '
the bulk succeed in conversing by tele- J. A. Ellennann, Sheriff jail account Smoked Halibut,
of which represents the fur November.............................. 72.05 burned from the waist down. At WHITNER &; SCHUYLER'S.
earnings of hisjprofessional) career. phone over a distance of 4,665 miles. Clem Bowen, building bridge across The serving-man then ran three

Cross Swamp...................;...... 49.00 miles, gentlemen, to the doctor's, For Sale.
TIlE English mint made in 1884 a A RECENT traveler in Spain tells B.T. Rich keeping county bridge,and
who arrived in the of time Two lots
course city adjoining, each 100 feet ,
keeping road for November. 41.00'V.
how the children Grenada'
net profit of $440.000. The deputy playedat Mahoney, services as magistrate and who at once said : square; location desirable; neighborhoodselect.
On of the'lots is six-room
master says,in his recent report, that bull fighting. One boy, holdinga 9.21 Go and kill a sheep as,quick as tage, with kitchen one ; piazza on a three sides: cot-;

much of the British gold coinage pair of wooden horns on his head, W. F. sheriff.Hig inbothalU..services as dep- 1.25 you can, and bring me its hide.' always cool in summer. Lots face on three
uty streets; ground high and dry no sand best ,
"The doctor then told Mrs. Mc ; ;
finds its way here, and ho mentions represented the bull. Other boys, Hiram Davis,services as deputy sheri bricked well of water in town ; half down
i iff.... 7.10 Anally to make a churnin' of butteras
the coincidence that as he and Pro- mounted on each other's backs, were Jurors and witnesses fees in magistrate i sweet orange trees four years old; several
fast and while she and
as possible, was sour trees bearing; peaches grapes, two
fessor Roberts entered the meltingroom picadors, while others again, with W. :"4.; Living-ton rourt' : ., services us magistrate 10.40 at that job the hide of the sheep was years old.Enquire. of GEORGE F. LEWIS..

at the San:; Francisco :Mint prep- their jackets in their hands, were 9.50 brought. The doctor then took out Office Town Improvement Company. '
Witness i .... 4.50J. his knife and cut the hide into long
arations were in progress for melting supposed to be matadors and chtt Js. A. Ellennann, Sheriff, serving -
papers .
which he wound and Cherries. '
about400 The bull would his feet and 5.90 strips, around Evaporated .
of stamp '
ounces sovereigns. They Something fresh and nice at .
around the burned from his
J. J. Upchurch, services as Commissioner man c
were informed that from July 1, 1882, roar, then make a rush at one of the to .. 24.20C. waist down to his toes. When this WHITHER & SCHUYLEU"*.

to June 30, 1884, 213,629 ounces of chinos, whose jacket was thrown up W..Lewis, services as Commission 8.00 was finished the butter was ready, All Wool .

sovereigns, of the value of :831,818, by the wooden horns, but whose Phineas Johnson,services as Commis- which the doctor melted and pouredin Scarlet Flannel Shirts, 80 W.cents.J. LOHMAN.' '

were melted touched. Then the 12.80 between the sheepskin and the .
at that mint while at body was never "
; '\ O. Jeffrevs, services as Commissioner man's body. When the work Handsome Presents.
the New York office in the ,bull would charge one of the picadors 2.00 poor
assay 'Handsome given a"ato parties
Geo. W. Schuyler, for'filing and Indexing had been thoroughly: done Mr. Mc presents 0 ,
eight years ended, June 30, 1884"n6, whereupon the boy playing horse. papers. in County Clerk's office Anally was carried to the house and buying$10. or more at '
less than l had been would throw himself to the I 65.00: the doctor left promising to PAUL FUNKE'S. {
i,358,822 received : ground come -, .
W. II. Garland, postal cards.............. 1.25
or an average of 169,853 a and allow himself to be properly W. H. Garland;assessing taxes. 1885 back,the next day., New Season Seedless Raisins, ,
four-fifths of whole amount'due....,, 291.85 When the doctor came again he At WHITHER &. SCHCYLEB'S.
year. gored.. Florida Mirror, printing,clerk's office 5.50 examined the
Pauper account to........... 79.50 injured.man carefully, Lands
MUSURUS PASHA, who has been the A COMPOSITION has been invented and said, *McAnally, you're doin' Orange for .

Turkish Minister or Ambassador at by an English engineer which is HOG. RANCHES. fine.' He called every; day for a choice Tracts,high containing hammock twenty land on acres Orange each Lake'of

the Court of St. James since 1851, is claimed to effectually preserve iron week, and then said,he would wait a suitable for orange growing and truck farming -
Hog ranches are the l latest 'Western offered for sale. These
little longer when he would call and are now lands
about to retire, owing to his great ,from rust;.being also usefully applicable agricultural craze. They, have long take the sheepskin, off. Well, sir, at, are very conveniently situated for transportation -

age, as he is now 78.He is'a nativeof to other materials, such as had horse ranches and cattle ranch'es.and the allotted time the doctor came ,to by suit water purchasers.orratl, and TItles.wIll areun be'soldjonterms ques-

Crete, belonging to an old family stone and wood, used in conjunctionwith mention has been'made of a goat back again,and, lo and behold, whenhe tionable. Also valuable timber lands.in
In that ranch in Colorado and a goose ranch- took hold of the it large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS n
metal. This
island, by race a Greek, anda composition con- sheepskin refused February 16. 1882. Fernandina, Fla.-'*
member sists of 100 125 Texas. Now some enterprissng citizens to budge-it had grown fast to ,
of the Greek Church. A parts virgin wax, of '
of St. Louis have concluded :
to' .
McAnally's body And the Dissolution of Partnership.The .
representative of ,a Mohammedan Gallipol,200 of Norwegian pitch, 100 start a hog ranch They have'secured est part of it was that always after partnership heretofore existing between -.

!power in a Christian c'ountrhe'has, of grease, 100 of bitumen of Judea, a large tract, of .broken an'd\ partially they had to shear'l\IcAnally.just the J. A. Ryder and J. W. Nunn under
the firm name of J. A Ryder fe Co., has
discharged his high functions in?a ;235 of gutta percha-120: of red lead, wooded land'on the 'bank of the Mis- sane as they did the sheep. Every' been dissolved by mutual consent. All bills

manner perfectly satisfactory to ,the 20 of white lead, these ingredients sissippi river' about thirty-five; miles: year he yielded eight pounds of the due the firm should be paid to J. A. Ryder
south of the"City,:-where they propose finest wool that was ever seen in Old who alone is authorized to receipt for them
successive Sultans who have em- being mixed together in the order to their Much'ofthe and who will ,settle all liabilities.
carry on, operations. Ireland." Unidentified Exchange.THE r
ployed him. He is man'of the named.in a boiler the J. A. RYDER.
land is
a ; gutta percha broken, but a considerable Fernandina, Fla., December 5th. 1885.' '
highest literary cultivation, speaking being cut up in small pieces or rasped. portion of it is adapted to tillage'pur army of artificial.flowermakers -

several modern languages and The mixture is stirred at each addi-' poses. The tract contains.a large 'number in Paris is said to number not less English Dairy Cheese,
good tion, and poured into moulds. For of oak "and nut-bearing'trees. than 30,000 souls., No country equals At WHITNER & SCHUYLEB'S.:

classical scholar. His transla- iron it is melted and ,laid on with'a' It'is expected to derive considerable France in ,this art, and,expert artificers -

tion of the Dante into modern,Greek attests brush ; for stopping holes it is used profit from the mast 'the'trees will af-. -generally girls-:can always ALL KINDS in the OF highest JOB PRINTING style of the art EXK-at:

solidity of his acquirements. as a paste. ford. The land is well supplied with find work at good wages. the MIRROR Steam Printing House.J .

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a't(. "itr!:"! ;.'-t.. .. DREAMS WERE BEST. The climax- was reached on. the oec-I ically'at the ragged hat and muddy must keep by yerself, and not hang I I t Hello, bub I 'Bout ready to quit-
"t'J .. ;;'T'., ';;.; -. ond day, when they were politely! boots. "And how sister Fan and about our 'claims. All the bottom I f the diggings, ain't ye?"
):, :rtP: :'" I dreamt a strange,strange dream of bliss; Formed. that they ',would ,be given two brother Fred would turn up their aris- claims are taken up, but ye can hey "No, ; haven't made my fortune
!Jil iI1tl'k I thought that some one came: kiss, hours to get put of the'valley.: They tocratic eyes.at mY:"red shir't'aqd blistered :the little plateau up on the hillside'at .yet.:'
And heliI I soul in long
r.' ff1r And softly my spoke my one name' were further) iven to understand that fingers he added, with anotherlaugh. 'a fair price. Some of the boys will "Making pretty considerable fast
", r."t.i1.Jj. those' found in the valley after that ., take ye up an"let ye examine.it. Ihey though; I reckon remarked one of
j-1{ \'!- The I voice still haunt my waking ear, time would be dragged out by the Fortune seemed particularly complacent already sent Scampy Bob up to the men, glancing about sarcastically ,
Ht ,
I feel the embrace
1t1t.tJ'41t ;nut daylight long veils the thing.most dear- heels.A this"afternoon. As he came in stake it out." And a queer smile {' Shouldn't wonder a bit if ye'd taker'
..!.;!.;1t'? :r I cannot see the face. few minutes' conversation among sight of the aiggings he was startled showeditself about the corners of his out an ounce or more during the week
J', ; : .'Ii, themselves convinced them that this by a deep' growl followed almost immediately mouth. Without replying Paul went i immediately
' 44ji. : : Whence be?did thee come? Who might thee was the only alternative; "with' mut- by a sharp cry fort help. But is there any gold up there?" to his tent and brought out a

f ,... :r'l.,'' Ah still my fancy deems tered curses they once more strappedtheir Without a moment's hesitation he questioned Paul, looking at the stony bag of dust and handed it to the man
f I.{ trr' Tivas my twin soul" who 1 came to rnAcross'the impediments to their backs, and darted through the underbrush in the hillside, dubiously. As the claim is mine now, I
.J:.:..\. r;,<11 l'>,,- land of dreams. trudged solemnly toward the mouth of direction of the sound. He had scarce- That's for ye to find out," was the pose I have a right to order off all 1 intruders
zi; t After long days of storm and rain. the valley. ly gone 'a dozen steps, however, whenhe short answer. When ye get dissatis- ," he remarked, quietly resuming
tf I' 1" Of gray and gloomy weather Veiy quietly they walked along until was brought to a sunden standstillby fied, ye hev the privilege of leavingthe his pick.
;.11t f .The.The blessed glad birds sun shines sing together..out again they had reached what they con- a great, shaggy form rising up directly valley." ;' Mighty touchy !I" muttered the
.. sidered a perfectly safe distance from before him. A mocking light crept into Paul's eyes. miner, as he and his companions retraced -
t-;; So fairly perfectly are bleat the scene of their late discomfiture, Now, if there was any one accom- It will take a deeper game than their steps. Seems well
"''It rtiJ ,,} '' The angels lights must of!earth have and surely skies.The lentI' then with one accord they wheeled plishment which he took particular that to dislodge me, now I am here," plied with dust, but he is a turned sup-
about and favored their grinning it his he fool to sink it in that "
: j, ,;. f: A day from Paradise? opponents pride was markmanship. \Vin- thought.A sulehill.
r. : {:, below with a most wonderful terville itself was near the frontier, half hour later he was on the hillside Slowly the weeks glided by at Lost
!!.. f, ,:. I find How no dear words she that is to I me may; tell volley of invectives and gesticulations. and ever since he had been able to examining his contemplated pur Pard. No demonstration from the out-
: <; r My lips are laid beneath a spell! Getting warmed up to their work, one hold a gun he had been accustomed to chase. Contrary to his expectations, side had been made, and had it not
{ik '!' And vowed to secrecy. hairy.faced giant swung his ponderousfists spend most of his vacation in the he found the surface thickly covered been for the youngster on the hillside.
).? But what is lost though I be dumb, over his head and yelled for themto woods. Of'pourse: a mountain grizzlywas with fine "sparklers." Could it be the miners would have felt perfectlysecure.
r ;4'. Since nightingale and dove come up and let him shake them rather out of the ordinary line of that the miners were really intendingto .
W:.": ,;w And l all the wind that go and come out of their odorous boots. As his his hunting encounters, but in the act fairly by.him? This certainly But long's he sticks up thar out of
....f'.r.......:';'I?,,,.. Sing her a wealth of love? arms increased their velocity, and his present instance the surprise was so looked like it. the way we won't trouble his roost,"
.i'lt. ,/p In my dreams I held her language became more tinged with sudden that he had no time to realize "How much?" he asked, briefly, of they chuckled among themselves.
t; :'!1 When the night was dying, brimstone, his companions in misfor- the peril he was in. Bringing his rifle the miners, who were regarding him "Mebbe a few weeks more useless
+11 i ,J Dreamt On her I held breast.her, lying tune hooted their delight. to his' shoulder with a quick motion, with a curious smile. scratching will induce him to vamoose

....., .p Suddenly the red-headed windmill he lodged a ball between the eyes of Somehow, in spite of the evidence for more paying diggings."
,.--t 'l;-JII' In my dreams I kissed her *.1 clapped his hand to his ear with a look his bearship, and before the animal before him, he could not help regard- Not one of them dreamed that it was
-Ji. ,..;'"'i f. Kissed From her her as though could never of startled inquiry. As he felt the could realize what was the matter, followed ing them with suspicion. anything more than a hope of gettinga
: lips sever
ksx:' {'r!.. .- t Mine that pressed. blood trickling down his face, and a it up with another behind the "Twelve hundred," they repliedcoolly. better claim, and dislike of confessing
lful second later heard the faint report ofa shoulder. himself sold, which kept him in the
;ji, : ,, ,In my dreams I held her. rifle, his look of inquiry changed to With a mingled roar of agony and But isn't that rather steep ?" ven- valley. They had examined the place
\ In dreams I kissed her
;;. my ; of alarm, and with a howl of con- Bruin toward him but tured Paul. and wonld have
}.t : :,.\. But the waking missed her- one rage sprang thoroughly, sworn that
.t"a'.; R r.. [ y Dreams were best! sternation he bounded up the path, was brought to the ground by.another "Look at the ground and answer there was not a half-dozen ounces of
:4'j.tI:Jt,, K' 1j closely followed by his companions.The ball sent with the same unerring accu- your own question. Our terms are the precious dust within fifty yards of
r.lt..4' ," THE SALTED CLAIM. last thing they heard as they disappeared racy. half down and half in ten days, or quit the claim.
.A twR...;(",' "t in a friendly thicket was along "Jumping jiggers, but you've doneit the claim. Do you take?" But just now Paul was bothered by
!?j.iJ} AN INTERESTING STORY OF THE GOLD peal of derisive shouts. !exclaimed an admiring voice, anda Another look at the shining sand another consideration. His pile was
7't ,r ':I a1f :MINES OF THE WEST. But if the proprietors of Lost Pard great, raw-boned miner staggered to decided him, and without another increasing so rapidly that he saw it
.1*x?,:! Claims were scarce in Lost Pard diggings expected to be able to get rid of all intruders his feet and began wiping the blood word he counted out the required would be impossible for him to take it
':t!";' 5 and the faces of new arrivals aq'v thus easily, they would 'doubt- from his eyes. You've saved the old amount. through the valley without exciting
:,,' sumed disconsolate less find out their mistake. man's life for the varmint A he muttered
a very expression ere long yonker, sharp bargain, as suspicion. He must use stratagem.
t .,.,: as they walked from one end of the little I The reports which this incensed little would have finished me in about one he watched them walk down the hill. Toward noon he walked quietly up
; i", cliff-enclosed valley to the other. band would carry back would soon more mouthful." They have the six hundred anyway, to where several miners were standing,
,t., ,';.N They had left a rich thing behind bring a crowd, which even their legal As Paul looked at the torn, lacer- and if I don't pay in ten days, the and announced that he was going out
c. .. them, claims which turned out a steady rights might be unable to withstand.It ated face, and the clothing which hungin claim also. Well, I ought to be able after game, and would bring them backa
i':'''' .4 stream of the yellow metal to those was not until the excited party of rags and dripped blood at every to get'that sum from such a bonanzaas steak for supper.
::rk who were willing to work for it. NotI.J miners were several hours on their return step, he could very well believe that this in ten days. If I can't, I shall The scowling looks with which they
}J' : an enormous yield like some of the journey that they discovered one about one more mouthful would have be cleaned out, sure," he added, rue had viewed his approach gave place to
; 1 diggings, but enough to insure a goodly of their number to be missing. But finished the job. fully, for I haven't a fifty left. ButI knowing winks among themselves.
: / fortune to those who were willing to beyond a "Pegged out, likely !I" from I could wished ye'd stopped in couldn't very well back down after "Got tired of digging a worthless
li: : put in a few years' hard toil. the giant, no halt or comments were earlier, yonker," continued the miner, going as far as I had." claim," they remarked to one another,
tf f : ,..-/" They had been more than contented made, and Paul Winter, or Young Pro- eyeing himself ruefully, "but I s'poseye A couple of days work, and Paul as they watched him up the valley.
f ',,a,,,1't' with their pannings until one day a fessor, as he was familiarly called, was did the best ye could. If the threw down his pick in disgust. There 'Twon't be many days now 'fore he
'r : ;'l rumor reached them of a fabulously left to fight his own way back. But durned critter hadn't caught me with- seemed plenty of fine dust on the sur- turns up missing."
{..1 .' rich valley hidden away in the mountains he was, doubtless, equal to it, else he out my weepins I shouldn't have face, but not a particle could be found But they none the less relished the
: .... ; a Golconda, guarded by a'few would hardly'have slipped from,their squealed. Bat'I owe ye,, a, good turn beneath. generous chunk of venison he left themon
4; ; !}. zealous miners who wished to keep the midst as. 'he did, arid kept himself con-" for.this; lad **& 'out with it. Would Salted !I" he groaned. a his way back to the claim. As a ;
'", t. ,',,.',:.*. ....: enormous riches to'themselves. It was cealed in the friendly shadows of the ye like a bag full shiners, or the: greeny I was to be taken in so." fresh piece was left every day they be-
,,4 Vt }:or";' \ 'f t like' tinder thrown among them. A fortune rocks until they were out of sight. best hunting outfit Frisco can furnish?" For an hour or so he lay on his back, gan to look upon him with more friendly -
r' i::{ ),i 'in a few years was good, but was I am not through with Lost Pard But Paul, who recognized throughthe gazing hopelessly at the frowning cliffs countenances.
a :':.,:;;;, !not one in a few months, or possibly yet," he muttered,as he emerged from dirt and blood the face of the prin- around him. It was rather too rough on the lad
i.f in a few weeks, better? But an apparently the rocks and turned his face once more cipal man of Lost Pard, quietly requested This won't do," he at length exclaimed after all," a disreputable miner affirmed -
fei, ; : ;! ) insurmountable obstacle presented toward the valley, from whence came that he be allowed to remainin I springing to his feet. If I one evening, as the appetizingodor
t fc: : ,a:''; itself. Rumor said that such a the faint thuds of the pickaxe. It the valley. have been a fool, I won't give those of a bear steak tickled his nos
:. :H-rr.y, valley existed, but did not locate it. seems to be a rather tough gang to butt The man's face underwent a curious scoundrels a chance to laugh at me. trils.U I reckon we'll have to make a
::raw f. :/ *./4 t :Mountains were on every side of them ; one's head against, but the soil is too change at this modest request. His I'll hold out the remaining eight days present of a good little bag of dust
,( ::,r", ).t! which contained the valley? :Most of remarkably fertile to be abandoned.And eyes became blodshot< and in spite of then bid good-bye to the confounded when he leaves.
aa J.v. -)s.> 'Ir the miners resumed picks which moreovor," he soliloquized, "a the dirt one could see that his face valley." But it is doubtful if he would have
.;:'::1;:"1 >. %-' they had thrown aside in their excitement look of quiet determination creeping was convulsed with passion. But bya On the fourth day he was waited on been so generous could 'he have seen
,$1.:1t.: ,. j'lhi and went back to their claims. I into his eyes, "I think that I see in strong effort lie recovered himself. by a delegation from below. the numerous little bags of the same
i.y". ., : i;tt::1 :They preferred tangible riches to myth- this little valley the salvation of Win- Do ye know, lad," he said hoarsely I *' How does she pan?" their spokesman metal which Paul carried out of the
::.: j. :",-( ical. terville, and the removal of the linesof that every"miner in the valley is asked in a sarcastic tone. valley every day, and failed to bring
i ;. ; A few, however, determined to seethe care from my father's brow." bound by terrible oath to protect it ",I am not ready to find any fault back.
.:It.1S thing through" and went to work This, then, was the cause of the with his.life? Every man who comes_ yet," was the quiet answer. One morning as they anticipated he
.. ....1.s., ,:. in a systematic manner to trace the rumor young man's intense pursuit of the yellow -;; into our diggins 'to remain is marked, Plucky !I" was their outspoken com- failed to turn up. But about three
,, l'J l 1>'f.'i-: to its source. At 1 length they metal, and which had already and we watch him every second until ment, as, after a few more words, they months later Scampy Bob who had
t1ii .!' found a drunken half bree called called forth many looks of disapprovalfrom he is hid away under the leaves. Ye'd turned about and retraced their steps. somehow got hold of a newspaper,read
;.: :, Smoker, who declared that he knew his elder companions. better change your mind, lad, and git The combined pannings of the third, an account of the improvements goingon
1,....,. .:ot (! the location of the diggin'," and Too young for a miser," they away from here as fast as ye know fourth and fifth days would have hardly at Winterville ; new mills going up,
4 : '. i \ would guide them there for ten growled as they watched the eagerness how." bought him a new pick, but Paul cottages being remodelled, and every-
f<: -l slugs." After a little chaffing, how- with which he gathered up 'the pre- I shall remain in the valley for the did not feel particularly blue over it. thing assuming a wonderfully prosperous -
< ;:,; ever, he agreed to take five slugs cious dust and hid it away in his belt. present," replied Paul, quietly, and He had given up all hope of making condition. It also' mentioned a
:i '. "{.i,.:' down and five quarts of chain-light But was not Winterville, which some if you think your life is" worth what anything out of' the claim, and only young Mr. Winter who had lately returned -
\ .: i' ; ning on reaching their destination. remote ancestor had founded, and little assistance you can render me, I waited a good excuse to bid it a final from California with marvelous!!
:;::j.,: ;...j\r r: i As Smokers reputation for veracity which had come down through succeeding shall be glad to have your aid." farewell. wealth.
', '(.F f was rather questionable majority generations of Winters into The miner looked at him medita- But on the seventh day, as he was The miners looked at one another.
'i i.: : i', \ of the miners emphatically declined to his father's hands, in danger? A few tively. striking mechanically into the side of Could the chap have got the dead-
.,, tr put themselves under his guidance. So months and the. great brick mills, the You shall remain in the valley," the hill, he was amazed to see a shower wood on us, after all ?" they ques-
-J. ., ', when the prospecting expedition was picturesque cottages along the'stream, he said, at length, and I will induce 'of glittering' nuggets fall about'hisfeet. tioned.
hS' t ready to start! it was found to have the, stores, farms, and even the noble some of the ,men to; sell: you a small With trembling hands he struck But no one could answer.-Sew
':\h. f =!;t dwindled to considerably less. than a mansion on the hillside, would be 'offered claim. But if' I"do, remember that another blow, and another shower: fell. Francisco Call.
t !. dozen. The valley, however, was too at public auction,, and for the you buy and payfor.it.without assist- His. eyes fairly glowed,: as. he realized ,
i If;; ,'< exciting to.be abandoned, and the little first time the Winters would be obligedto ance from me. If I guarantee you! that he had struck wonderfully rich MATRIMONIAL MISERY.
i : I party set o amid the jeers and sarcastic go.forth into the world enniless. protection while you 'remain with us, vein. The more furious he rained the Much of the misery that makes
,J i congratulations of their friends. As he'saw'the picture 'of.his dainty, .shall consider it to cancel all obligation -: 'blows upon the hillside, the faster came many people unhappy in the state of
t. i 4 r But.for once Smoker knew, what he luxurious'mother reduced to want; the on my' part. But, for the ,last the precious stream, until length he matrimony comes from the prevalent
was about, and on, the eighth day demanded hot tears started from Paul'seYes,and time, I would-advise'you;to,leave." had to desist from very exhaustion. desire to appear richer and as comfortable
t ,,: ifl his "lightning." It was given. he vowed that no danger or_ hardship, Paul shook ',his' head, at the same Then came the 'harvesting.' No dinner as people who have plenty of
i. \ jt him with,such generous additions that however" 'terrible, ; should keep himfrom time wondering at. the \man's changeof 'or supper for'him'that' day. With money.It .
t 4 'I bleared, eyes; fairly protruded.with: that which was to remove. the speech. At first he,talked like an nervous<; .fingers and beating heart1 he is a strange'thing that in a co un-
? : ;rl!tt delight. impending mountain. ordinary, \illiterate miner; now he, continued his occupation until the very trywhere the'dignity of labor is talked
I'i( 1 Very light were' the hearts of the And they never so much as gave showed'himself to,be a man of educa- last beam of light had.faded away.inthe of ad nauseam, labor, and, with it, frugality -
{i)' ,. miners, as: they' .entered the valley me a hint of the danger," he mused, as: tion. 'west. and ,industry, should be so utterly -
i 1- 1. i which they,.fully expected was to fill 1 he- walked briskly 'along, "but let'me Leaving ,the young man to follow/at: That night his pillow was worth a '''despised. Those 'old Puritans,
i 1" f their pockets with the precious metal. .keep on college, spending money as his leisure, the miner hnrried to the good-sized little'fortune.The of whom their alleged descendantsboast
.+-, t But how their' faces lengthened when though I had theBank England' camp,.-and, :was presently surroundedby next three days 'were the same.- so much, had to be very frugal l,
1 ..1 ,'I they.found that ,every foot; of it was my disposal. Well,. I suppose that_ his companions. That they were- 'Each;night he _added a glittering heapof and they were never ashamed of it;
t p Y staked out, and that however extravagant father thought the dandified_ 'young talking 'about him Paul: could not dust and nuggets to.his store. .But the early Knickerbockers, were a most
,f'W. a price they mig t' offer! for a Winter too effeminate and fond of his doubt, for,he.could* see their scowlingfaces earlyon the tenth day he tookJroni careful race ; in fact, .if there is one
ijf ',> Of'' claim, its owner would variable- .cigars to be interested in business af- turned frequently J where he stood; his pile'enough to 'finish paying for'theclaim quality that to 'be fashionable here, it
: t 'f. fus e- "i t with a mocking laugh j.! fairs,and'mother did not want to worry =, leaning on his rifle. > : and carefully concealed the rest'1 is ,frugality. The ancestors of mostAmericans
:=lt';! m They soon' discovered that rumor I ;me. I wonder- what. they would' :At.:length one of.them left the group All.traces of his work;were also care-. did not come over in their
ttt::: .'. tit-r had not magnified the richness of the say if.they l knew Ihad; discovered; all and came forwardto him., fully- obliterated. own yachts ;. they made.virtue, of necessitY
t valley. The quantities of the,nuggets about it by accident, and instead of Boy,". he said, in r. a and' dust which they _sac taken from lounging,, around ,dear old Yale, was ye saved Sam's life, we've concludedto the'hill, they found him digging rather the young people are making up for
1 tl''j I i: : the claims made, their hearts ache aa j I put, herein this rig,?". and, he burst let y ye stay:in, the valley. But, understand : :dejectedly at 'the other end ;of the the self-denial of their ancestors..-'
s.. ;; they wandered disconsolately about. ,I into a merry laugh\as he. ,looked,crit-: ye, can't ,mine with us. 'Ye claim; ., ;< York Freeman's .Journal.
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR':* 'DECEMBER If' 18851yOTIOXS : w.'f...,,'.....,...,., ..:.;t..,. '-...". .-.r-. ... -."! ::' .----.;.. .-.- '-1 .-;,., .,-:,

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IN DECORATION. 'LAE'E"SII J, ,'.' '. ..... I ,
Cabinet recesses are being lined _J L + *! _.vimf : :'.')'i -.
_. _. .
with glazed and colored panels to I .G7Tt-- --; .-- -- -- i-"
how off their contents. Indian cups, ] JEWELRY STORE n' The Light-Running. ;

brass-embossed articlesare : '. C.t't. .. !
and -
Salvers H.
tint. I* # *J I ,_ '".. i C."..".............._............. ..... ........
well set off by a ruby I' > !
Offers for the approaching Holidays a Hue I : DOMESTIC Tf; f
and other !
Limoges popular wares assortment of Solid and RolledJEWELRY > 'T- HEL'A'DIES I
ire now made to represent the trunkof .4 ". .................................-......-..........._......._.....;.-..

; a tree, with heads of boys and; : : JiOF. I

girls protruding out of the burstinghark. I -- FERNANDINA This cnt shows the new- style of wood work

Ladies and Gentlemen's i I II that the company is now introducing.

There are exhibited at Bailey's two I
Ijlue-and-gold $500 vases that are exact ,
fac-similes of two made for the : II I

Palace of the Tuileries. CLOCKS OF ALL :KINDS, -+ FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.+- 1 1i

Fine soft flannels stamped on both Silver Ware in Large Variety, i I

*ides( with rich designs arc a new material -

for room curtains,and arc both 1i-S1'ECTACLES.: a' GROCERIES !

cheap and effective.Sculpturesque -- ,
forms or figures in
miniature which appeal to sentimentarc SPICES, ,

coming greatly into use for orna- No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. i iI I

bronze bust or figure exemplifying ; :r-Call and examine my stock. ; i iI

action will, when mounted on -WLAKE, I I .

a bracket,often, suffice for ornamenting IN, ALL. QUALITIES AND PRICE. 1

the side of a room. Centre Street. i f a -:4.- .
Fernandjna, Nov. 14, 18S5. I
idea in faience is II I
A pretty a large : :
prickly pear with a section cut out r NEW CROP OF NUTS : T ;
to use as a receptacle for ornaments
Artistically Beautiful.
table. -----
on a boudoir I
Wall spaces arc again beginningto IMPORTED: CHEESE
with and etchings -AND- ,

and engravings are more in favor Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber,
than paintings.Wickerwork PURE AND SWEET BUTTER, IT HAS NO RIVAL !
tables 1 The new lines of attachment that
are more pop- are
ular than ever, and are much improved -' For Domestic or Export Trade, RAISINS, JAMS AND JELLIES, :I now being! placed with each "Domestic"are
j specialties. No other machine has them
by the way the ladies ornament -I FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. MINCE :MEAT (Buckets and Tubs These attachments and the new wood-work
them with ribbons.', ,_ ; ; make the "Domestic'*more than everwithout {;
i ,
A new idea in interior doors is to W. K. BAUKNIGHTt DRIED I
paint panels on them representing AGENT, ; '. ,f : I The Acknowledged Standard of

plants flowers insects or small land I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !
scapes. BUTCHER ANDDealer I
Instead of lambrequins with tassels -
in Ice I i iI i
beautiful silk scarfs with fringed SALE:BY-


Revolving book-racks are now -l-tf- FERNANDINA. FLA. I, FERNANDINA: FLORIDA. t.

much used in sitting rooms,with the 3STO.-'4V CENTRE STREET
alternative shelves filled with bric-a- I
: > Agents wanted in unoccupied territory. t
brac. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, ft Address, \ t

Grandmothers' shawls are being \ DOMESTIC SEWING :MACHINE CO.,
Alachua Street, between Second and.Third, \
resurrected to drape over easels,sofas RICHMOND, VA.MANUFACTURES I IEI.

and the corners of the chairs. FERNANDINA, FLA.

Chrysanthemums in Japanese jarsare : .. U"S-rrN": : ,
Orders and estimates from a distancecare-
to be seen in the windows of-very fully attended to. 25-tf OF .

many fashionable houses. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware i

Copper plaques and ornaments are SEWING MACHINES,
to a great extent taking the place of AND DEALER IN '"

those Little made ribbon of brass.bows are placed on For ALL Sale LATE at Manufacturers'IMPROVED MAKES PricesALSO [The Cabbage for the South PARLflJ R rrI B a ndC00 x ST0 VB S, '1 1uu 1

almost every conceivable article of I ..." .
drawing-room furniture. : Either for home use or for shipment to KOETHERN MARKETS, =-.-,<'-' .'

A' deal of I A of every description, and f
great embroidery on I ATT "H"ENT8 for any Sewing Machine,
plush is being done, especially in for sale. HENDERSON'S EARLY SUMMER. v
gold and silver thread. t
,I.r Old Machines repaired at moderate
Real peacock feathers are now prices. This valuable variety as well as a fall list of the most desirable

used to decorate screens instead of HENRY HOBEIN
embroidered ones. Corner Third and Ash Streets, VEGETABLE SEEDS f
8 Fernandina, Fla. ,
Tinted lace is being extensively' _- - -- I Will be found described In our Manual of EvmTnmro FOB THE QABDET"which will be sent to any I
address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage.
used as a fringe for surah curtains.

Much of the new pottery comes in SEEDSMEN & GROWERS,
yellow shades. KNABE Peter Henderson & Go 35 & 37 NEW Cortlandt YORK.St., | s $

Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. !

of Sweeping, for a.well woman, is one IN ____ __,_ _______ _____.___ COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, I
the best kinds of exercise. It calls TONE, TOUCH, WORKMANSHIPand

in play especially the muscles of the WILLIAM DURABILITY.KNABE &, CO., -USE- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,

upper extremities and chest, and,in- Nos.204 and 206 West Baltimore St.,Baltimore.
deed it is No. 112 Fifth Avenue,New York. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
a pretty good thoroughexerciser
," almost too strong for any SPECIALTY
woman with a. weak back, though DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. SCIENTIFICAMERICAN

this depends very much on what is CITYVVHI'I'm BLISHED i .Ic'tl> AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. 1

to be swept. A painted floor and EST.A.DLISI-IED 187,. The most popular Weekly newspaper devotedto TIN ers for Tin Gutters promptly filled. i
science,mechanics,engineering.: discoveries inventions Wind Mills for pumping water or running"
Canton matting easily and patents ever published. Every number -
sweeps ; an -- illustrated with splendid engravings. This light machinery promptly erected on order. jo
ingrain carpet is harder; a rag car- : LEAD- publication furnishes a most valuable! encyclopediaof Church, Factory and School Bells for sale :

pet is harder still,while Brussels and DRUGS and MEDICINES The information popularity which(of the no person Scmmna should AMEBICAK be without.is at a bargain. t
velvet such that its circulation nearly equals that of all $3r Stoves at Wholesale Prices. '
are "awful. Well, then, in -AND other papers of its class combined. Price. t3-:!!)a. AH goods delivered at the various transportation
:any case, cover your head, and if it year. Discount&CO.,Publishers.to Clubs. Sold No.36lBroadway by all newsdealers.MUNN ,N.Y. stations within the city free ofcharg t'

IS in the parlor or sitting-room cover HORSEY & CO., ATENTS Munn also had A;Co.Thirty.I have {'. All sales for cash.
furniture and I |Eight years' CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. i.: 11;
your books and damp READYMIXED'PAINTS '
w .before
I I practice
Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
en your broom; let it stand ten minutes .- 4 the Patent Office and have prepared t

and then sweep carefully but =| PHARMACISTS 1Cp.ntre |= .%I .AZ' 'I. more Band than applications States One and Hundred for foreign patents countries.TJ1OuI in the-. L R. S. SCHUYLER, l
persistently. In the corners insert THEM 'Caveats. Trade-Marks Copy-rights.
Assignments and papers -
your broom but fran-
: repeatedly, not securing' to inventors their rights: in the
tically until clean. Street, United States Canada. England. France. I
quite Heavy countries
I Germany and other foreign pre- FOR-OOLDIXG; OF ALL
carpets best with pared at short notice and on reasonable terms. ,
are swept a quick, | Information as to obtaining.I&tenta cheer- DESIGNS with Plans, Details, Spe-
short stroke. In any case bring the FERXANDINA, FLORIDA. : : .. |'information fully given without sent free.charge.Patents' Hand-books obtainedthroah of cifications, and Superintendence. ,I.
broom toward or even with Mnnn A;Co. are noticed in the Scientific :.:.
you you'do ; constantly on hand afine: assort free. The advantage of such notice is
not flirt it in front of you. That KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR All Shades 50: CENTS per Pack- well American understood by,.all persons,who wish to dispose In the Circuit Court, i

motion kicks up a dust which is bad EIGN and DOMESTIC of their..J1atenta..AddrMa .. .Office,,SonmncAMKBICAK ; FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
for the lungs. Some things, like age of Five Pounds.FOR 361: New York. COUNTY FLORIDA. 1
straw, ravelings and bits:of paper, Drugs and Chemicals 4i! A. B. NOTES Claim Bond 1882 }
are best picked up with the hand, or .. i I Ii vs'Attachment$941 "
i II
with a small broom, to which they Homoeopathic and Patent'Medicines, SALE AT I HENRY HART. f
readily and be removed II. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
may YOU
I. of attachment has been issued
with the other hand.-Science of Proprietary and Fancy Goods, R. L. ARNOW'S 1, MARX HELD & CO. against you. and your property'attached to

health satisfy the demand of A. B. Noyes, amount-
FINE TOILET ARTICLES, IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS OF ing to$941.79. Now, unless you shall ap-

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.R. pear before his Honor James M. Baker,
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., FL.OWERS'AND Judge of the Circuit Court. Fourth JudicialCircuit.
in and for Nassau County on the ,
: being
first Monday in January A.p.1886. l
MERCHANT TAILOR, GEORGE: .T.E'ATXS: ,Ages tbefonrth day of said month,judgment'will ..t:

Has removed his business to the rooms over FEATHERS, be rendered against you, and your property !
sold to the debt. ,
;Heddaugh's grocery store, on Centre street. p- Physicians Prescriptions pay e
New York. H. J. BAKER,
ue 602
& Broadway
has r
received an assortment of seasonable carefully compounded With pure Drugs,at Warranty and Mortgage Attorney for Plaintiff. ,
pods for Rentlemen's wear and is prepared easonable ices.FOR PAPER-75 CTS.PER DOZEN Pay the Highest Market Price for all kindsof Fernandina, Fla., October 3d, 1885. 3m ;
J make them up to suit all tastes in the sent upon receipt of 2-cen Bird Skins Egret White Crane Heron- .
best ""
style. Plumage etc. Ship }Direct to.New York.: : J
.7 "Repairing neatly done. FINE JOB PRINTING SEND AddressFLORIDA MIRROR. Can use only large quantities. Express charges Nr" the MIRROR office. Get the best.
1-ernandina, Fla.,July 12, 18g4. ., orders to the MIRROR office. 2G Fernandina, Fla. must be prepaid on sample packages 36 (

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rw. f "1 THE FLORIDAW '1 LJ t;) R. ,sion men who'send large quotationsand THE HARBOR CON VENTI0.1: Post-Office Notice.

.. Of The universal approval of the action FORTHEHOLIDAYSJ: OjJiceHours:: FTon\ 8:00 A. M. to 6:0u P. M
still course
"J larger promises. ,
Sunday hours I0j30;: A..M. to 11:30 A.M.
.I. '!"- "II'tF GEORGE R.. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. the entire success of the Fruit Exchange of the recent Harbor Convention Money Orders and Registered Letters from
d,r; "jfr. 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 i'. M.; and from 2:00 .
p xt
1f "IIJ;: months 81. : depends the co-opera- held at the to 3:30 m. '
>:? Subscription, 82 per year; six upon p.

!. a Office corner Centre and First streets',second floor I[ tion of:'the fruit-growers. A compar1atively strong hold upon public opinion this rA FINE 'LOT 'OF: Transit ARRIVAL d' AND Peninsular DEPARTURE Railroatl-OF THE MAILS.

[ > (>1J--XJJ-tJ jnjlJ-u-u-u-ijX small quantity of miscellaneous subject has at the present time. Con- Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 P.M.

tl-1.1t "'+. RATES. OF ADVERTISING.five cents,forffI' shipments to,irregular agents. or gress is about to assemble, and we H H FELT AND STRAW SSSS Gulf Brings coast mails, Transit from the and North Peninsular ,the

;: ";.iJ; each Ten subsequent cents a line insertion..for the.firsthand t' commission houses nuiy depress_any hope that the, ;members ,from the H.H SS S railroads.
Iii" line. interested"in Southern harbor H SSHHHH. daily except Sunday..l0:00: \ M.
': : Special local notices,15 cents a market. Some shippers think theyare states .H. AA.TT. Takes mails for the North, the '

: j' Reading notices, 25 cents a line. in improvement ,Will at once confer SS Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular -
f .I; ; Special rate for time advertisements upon appli, : showing their sagacity ship- H H AAA TT SS roads.Leesburg .

1 4 ration at the office.Communications. ping small lots to several different with each other with.a view to united H H AA AATT S js train arrives daily.......... 8:40\: 5r.

f.tOO....; upon all matters of local interest houses in the same city. A moment's action. The reports of the Engineer H H TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED sassFEATfiERS Brings Fernandina Western d'Jacksonville mail only.Railroad

1 M, solicited from all parts of the county and fromi41a reflection would show them that Department upon the various worksare Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:1.\ x.
; along the lines of Florida railways. the Jacksonville '
Brings and St.
,y ti All communications intended for publication they are putting their fruit in competition already in print, and all the nec- : John's river mails.

1 .should be addressed to the Editor; all business with itself and depressingthe essary information is before them. Closes daily except Sunday......?..10:30 A.M.
letters to THE FLORIDA :MIRROR. Sunday Mail-
} simply
tt1.,'t ;r:; .., -_-_ --- -- -' market.It The heads of departments have already Jacksonville and St.John's River

1'" ..'' -= DECEMBER-- 5, 1885. follows that made their estimates. Whatis VELVETS AND.RIBBONS, arrives....................................'ioi>.v, M
,Jt1 .4TCTIW shipments Northern mail arrives!: ................. 9:00 p.j,'.
u made to a large number. houses now wanted is concert of action -A T*- Jacksonville, St. John's Riverand

E La\ ::4 ; THE PRESID TIAL SUCCESSION. the North closes...................... 6:00.I.
the states in Con- '
increase the competition betweenthe by represented Jacksonville and St.John's River t

i in: J The sudden death of Vice-Pres commission houses to sell the gress. The reports of the Engineer ( -KI N G'SBAZARt only, closes.............................. 4-00 p. M.
;, ident Hendricks has directed attention ,_ -- ._j '! 8.\ [L.T. R1D ELL. P.M.:
j : fruit, and, of course, tends to depress Department are much better authority : ----- .
which --
114 to the hazard may prices. The auction system, if it than the-:criticisms of Northern Also a nice display of Sheriff's Stile '

: .: arise from the want of definite and1tt should become general, would seem newspapers. Last year some of the TTNDER and by virtue of an executioniSSilell
: : legislation in' case- of a vacancy U i out of the Circuit Court, Fourth
judicious to promise the best results, by bringing wiseacres of the press at the North CHRISTMAS GOODS, Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County

l;: t. ; of the President or Vice-Pres- the buyers in competition with selected Romney Marsh as a targetfor in a suit determined wherein Joseph C.Readis
the Marked low to suit the times. plaintiffand John Donald defendant, I
1 ident or both at present moment. very
I s each other, and also putting the dif- criticism and witticism, not that i, have levied upon and will sell at public auction -
;'. # Should President Cleveland in front of the Courthouse in the city
! ; ferent shipments in comparison with they knew anything about it, but LYCEUM HALL. of Fernandina on the first Monday in Jan-

f; l die there is no provision for a suc each other giving the best fruit a the name .tickled them. Public nary, A. D. 183G being the 4th day of said!

%f:$. cessor. The existing legislation is mouth, the east half of the northeast quarterof
KtfJ j chance to be sold on its merits. money asked for to improve a northeast quarter of Section SO,Township
hased upon Congress beIng In ses- 2, North, Range 23 Eas tand Lots 7 and 8 in
! ;:; marsh! What was to be done with >
%: & sion and having presiding officers of We observe that the California Tuesday: Dec. Stli'S5. Block 6, city of Callahan. Also, one and a
I the marsh when ? Was it
fruit-growers have followed the example improved half acres of land, situated lying and beingin
VVtrZ &
> both houses. But it frequently hapis,4 the of Callahan and described
; city as follows
3 to be made into ?
cabbage -
a patch -
of the Florida and organized -
growers : Commencing at a stake, said stake
::4 that from March to December
JW :: pens Fruit Exchange. etc. They did not even know whereit being the southeast corner of lands owned
; there are no existing presiding officers a ATKINSON'SCOMEDY by the Trustees of the Free School and run
tfiv: There is one advantage about the was or what it was. They, to be ning west along the line of said school land
;):*: of either house. The arrangement and lands belonging to John O'DonaUl
might ascertained from
!' the sure,
I that it closes out
.t.: that the President of the Senate auction, system, which bounds said lands on the north, two
: ;,,:b, ,;: at has no the engineers' report that it was simply iCOHPflHY hundred and ten feet to a stake; thence
\ shipment once, repacking! ,
..;'J Ji or the J Speaker 1 of the 1 House shall south along the line of lands belonging to
the local
designation of the chan-
"t,; ( '' .); exercise the office of President no delayer loss from keeping, but John O'Donald.which bound it on the
l. i' ..:! pro the quick returns. Thisis nel connecting the inland waters of west three hundred and fifteen feet to u
.j,"t f',,:".', n tern at best seems clumsy and inappropriate. gives growers In the NEW MUSICAL VERSION of stake; thence east along the line of lands
," !\ a very considerable advantage, and two sounds near Savannah, and belonging to John Booth,-wliicli bounds it
The election for the Presidency
:; the south hundred and feet
two ten to
V'S '\ results of the forming the only inland channel, or on a
t.:; '.: ;, is a virtual verdict of the people taking the average two stake,this line being parallel to the first line:
methods will be found think to passage-way, between the Savannah thence north along the lands belonging tit
al we ,
.f ;: as to the policy to be.pursued by river and the St. Marv's river-a PECK'S BAD B SOY Jehu Booth, which bounds it on the east
be in favor of the auction ..
fr ". ",''+ the Government. The'issucs made largely sys- three hundred and fifteen feet to place of
'w-Y most important work in the system beginning. This line is parallel to the sec
L: :, : A during the canvass have been formulated tem. ______________ I ond line. I J
of inland
-'iif1 protected navigation along Terms cash purchaser paying for title. i
!,-* :7$1 by the respective parties. When THE VICE-PRESIDES'CT. the coast extending from Charlestonto 1 I AND HIS PA.lla9'SEE J. A.ELLERMANN, Sheritf. I

\$! the vote has been cast,and the result The death of Vice-President Hen- the St. Johns river. On the New -Fernandina- Fla., December 3d, 188;). :i
{ #' shown,it should represent the wishes dricks ,leaves the for Sheriff's Sale. 1
? Presidency a
t t j5'jjY { England coast they have a, placecalled'Holmes'

t !<5 of the people; their definite declaration ] few days; without provision for a suc- Hole. Now,it wouldbe THE GOAT SCENE: UNDER and of by the virtue Circuit of an Court execution, Fourth i is-

ftfflftfe' : that their will is that a certain cession if the President should die. just as sensible to criticise the improvement Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County.

-* should be pursued ..ahcU. be in a suit in said Court determined, whereinP.
?.,%,,.'is1M'V policy Probably the first business of the of Holmes' Hole, and ask HE'S ALIVE: : I. Courter is plaintiff and Clarence N.
0? carried out by those whom they have Brewster defendant, and
George Henry
; I.* Senate will be to elect a President gar-
C> what is to be done with the hole etc.
i ,
Vj nishee, I have levied upon and will sell at
rS--{ entrusted. with the.po\yers of goyern-: pro, tern. Mr. Edmunds will, no .as. to catch up 'the designation of public auction in front of the Court-honse I
? '" in the Fernandina, Monday, the
ment.It COME AND LAUGH. city I
'] ; doubt, be at once elected. Romney Marsh\ as a point of .crit 4th day of January, A.D.1886,all the right,

JrJ it] .is altogether illogical. and unwise The necessity legislation is now icism. '. -- title and interest which George Henry had!
11 'J the 27th day ofMay, 1882 or at time
:. that matters should be so ar- on any
"' .t made more apparent meet contin- The number of small ri\:ers and thereafter in and to Lot one((1)),Section four-
r y Admission, 75 Cts. and $1. teen ((14)), Township two ((2)), North Range
President: gencies which may hereafter arise. creeks which have found place in twenty-eight ((28)) East, containing fifty-four
\. .Ut Mr. Edmunds will fill the pro tem. the River and Harbor Bill at the Tickets on sale at Horsey's Drug Store. acres-
of government should be trans- Terms cash purchaser paying for title.
: : power term with dignity and fairness, we South are.but 'few, and the' amountof J. A. ELLERMANN Sheriff.
13ktfl ferred to the party which has been SEA-ISLAND ROUTE Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, 1885.
have no doubt. He is a thorough appropriations for them insignificant. .

;: "t..:. defeated at the polls.? Republican, but he is an able statesman We think it would be betterto Sheriff's Sale.

\: : .f The party which has succeeded- in and will not tarnish his repu- separate the rivers.and harbors in I THE KEY LINE STEAMER, TiNDER and by virtue of an execution
out Circuit Court, Fourth
Presidential election to
::s 1 u ought remain -
ii-1 I }fJs tation by any unworthy act. two separate bills or classifications, Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County
; ; in power during the Presidential in a suit determined wherein E.E. S.\Vad-
> J The only advantage of a Demo- and let each rest upon its own merits. leigh, Administratrix of the estate of Win-
:.; 1 term,no matter what accident or born A. Sanborn, deceased, is plaintiff and
\\w: cratic Vice-President, so far as the The Southern harbors require liberal -
S Providence do in reference to Frank Foster and Joseph Longwood defend
'....,t'ii'",'" may Senate is concerned, is in having a appropriations to meet the de- ants, I have levied upon and will sell at
s j i If 't the persons elected to the chief of public aution in front of the Court-house in
'- casting vote in case of a tie. The mands of commerce. Large ships
:. fices. This is an entirely fair the city of Fernandina, on the first Mondayin
\ prop- Republican majority of eight in the and steamers now: do the carrying ST NICHOLAS: ; January, A.D 1886. being the 4th day of
?;vspit: osition from any point of view-as said month,a steam pile driver levied uponas
: the Senate renders such a vote improbable. trade, and steamships are taking the CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. the property of Foster and Longwood.
fair for for other.
one party as
i The importance of the office of bulk of the business. We noticed Terms cash. purchaser paying for title.J. .
: How then this be secured? A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff.
: can
$ :$ the Vice-Presidency lies in its possi recently that in the port of Savan- RECENTLY FITTED UP II APPLE-PIE ORDER. Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, 1885.
: It will be admitted we think thatthree
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bilities. In the case of General Har- nah there were only two sailing ships In Justice Conrt.
.,.:: "' lives will afford almost an ab-
i\\, ";,1: rison, Tyler's Vice-Presidency madean and fifteen steamships and a few PLYING regularly between Fernandina STATE OF FLORIDA, NASSAU COUNTY.
; ;1 solute guarantee of the permanence Savannah upon the following To Mrs. Martha Schuyler and Geo. W. Schity-
Administration barks. These steamers
very disappointing freight are schedule .
t of the succession. Let there be two ler:
::; to the party which had elected made deep for carrying a large cargo LEAVE FERNANDINA every Monday, You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment -
:"1- ',', t Vice-Presidents elected, to be called Wednesday and Saturday, p. m., upon arrival has been issued against you, and
him. Mr. Fillmore was not so muchof and require a great depth of water. evening trains arriving at Savannahthe property attached, to satisfy the demand -
: and Second Vice-Presidents
the First
:. but:Mr.Arthur'saccession This exists where following mornings. of Yo B. C. Duryee, amounting to
a disappointment depth now only
:. 1-1 dl: and to succeed to the office of President LEAVE SAVANNAH every Sunday, $70.15. Now,unless you shall appear before
was not very pleasantly re the harbors have been improved. Tuesday and Thursday, p. m., and' reaching I! W. F. Livingston, a Justice of the Peace in
,. t':1: respectively. If any further Fernandina the following mornings. and for said county, at his office at Fernan
: : ceived. Unless our harbors are improved, the Connections at Savannah with all rail of February.D.
dina,on the first Monday
ale is to be made for
: ; provision a tern.
'I," .. pro Northern harbors will have a virtual lines,and with Ocean Steamship and Boston 1836, at 10 o'clock in the morning judgment
; .t administration the Chief Justice of ACCORDING to the 'l latest offiCial & Savannah vessels to and from'New York I. will be rendered against you,and your property -
d tli monopoly of the ,carrying 'trade.. and Boston, and at Fernandina with trains sold to the debt.
11 the Supreme Court who is a statement the .author for all Florida pay $).
.{ permanent published by This is against the interests of the points.A. Dated this 2d day of December.A.D.18
It i officer or the Secretary of State ities Russia there in that MACDONELL, II. J. BAKER,
J :t: ,. are, country Gen ,
Great West as well as of the South, Pass. & Tkt. Agt. dec5 8w Plaintiff's Attorney.
U '!\, might be designated. not'less than 14,000 square, milesof Fernandina. Fla. -

fj 1;M!! It seems very strange that so important oil-producing land,but'of this vast support and our of harbors the Western should members have the of D. E.General MAXWELL:Superintendent, LUCY COTTAGE,

H I' (J a matter should have been territory the field at Baku is the only 1 Fernandina, Fla. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel.
\ Congress in behalf of their own in-
;-,1, t so long left open, at the risk of such worked and this covers
terest in:them. It is no raid 'c. serious consequences to the good order only the limited of some three Cards, etc., neatly printedat
"' space treasury, but.simple justice for legitimate the MIBROR officeFOR Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor
.: ", ; of this great nation. and one-half square miles. The out- without board. Table Boarders will be
public works that we ask. Let
,": is enormous and the fact is stated accommodated;
'(,: THE FRUIT> EXCHANGE. put there be no strife' ,and no effort at to the MIEEOE office. 2. Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSONGENERAL
by who witnessed the ofa -
;1. M h AVe learn that the Fruit Exchange preference of one improvement over ,
well in that that column
} 't'I .. is'in the full tide of successful exper3 ,locality a another, but unity of action for the INSURANCE REAL ESTATE *
il 01 oil spurted to a height of 100 feet,
3 i 4's' iment. The more its plan of operations common good.
: r carrying great stones with.it,the flow ,
r is examined the better satisfied
: '

-4 t.. !> ,l, .t, are the fruit-growers. It was not to ;itroleuni continuing was until'a formed large The lake"of product pe- NO CURE, :NO PAY .;.-.{..,j.'> .. .. .. --" A.ENCY. : .

; 4.t" J expected. that after such .a wide: : Money refunded and no questions asked if "
is -refined
on" the'regidue
'ij": 'scattering of.the crop into the hands fails to cure anv case of CHILL AND FEVER,or
fuel for
b.eing"used'as steamers and "CHARLESV.-
BILIOUS FEVER. A specific for Chill and Fever HILLYER
1 commission merchants the
of large .
.i I ihvays. and preventive of Malarial troubles. l-r1ee0 .
Cents. For sale bv TEARCE & HOBBS, and '
l-r m. Exchange could at once reform the' ; T-f-.--,----.j. HOLTS PHARMACY, Jacksonville, Fla. Send

f. ; ill evils which all have felt. The selfishness SIXTY tons* of. almonds 'were gathered for ,circulars Monticello to JOHNSON Fla. & CO., Sole Proprietors .-I : '. 'FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
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5 t i)s ., 'and conceit of some,and the from sixty-five- a'c"res oh.'the. Oak-, YfJ ANTED-Ladies to work for us at their own : .,
1 t t audacity of luany'' more,. will, for a .shade farmiri.Yolo. :; county,.Cal.;.the, made.T V ;homes.No photo.' $7 to pafnting$10 per; no week canvassing.can be quietly For

!' timecontin shipments to commis-: ,. present season." full particulals, please address, at once, CrescentArt OFFICE -S..W. CORNER OF.. CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.
.. Co., Boston;Mass:, Box 5170. .
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!;! .o 1 +1 I I I 1H- I II IH- ; CASHMERES;

,. Plaids, Prints, Ginghams, etc.,
I .
_'' '1\\., I I :::-:--- NEW GOODS.
Blankets, Quilts, Comfortables,

I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof -AT-
Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting. of Colored -
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Blankets are among = vEEtLew: : PB.ICES: :

my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety;


Embroideries, Laces Silk and Linen Han kerchiefs, Ribbons, IS REPLETE WITH NEW GOODS OF FASHIONABLE CUT AND
Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to DESIRABLE.FABRIC. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY.
Absolutely be found in a vell-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special SUITS MADE TO ORDER BY BROWNING, KING ...'."
POWDER NEVER VARIES. A attention is directed to my large and varied assortment of1LBOYS' & CO., NEW YORK. FIT GUARANTEED
THIS of purity, strength and wliolevomcness. .
More economical than the ordinary =
kinds and cannot be sold in competition I NEW FALL STYLES IN GENTS' HATS 11 u =
with the multitude of low-test{ short- CLOTHING
weight alum or phosphate; powders.
Z:T Sold only in cans. Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc.
ROYAL which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at <
4S lOG Wall Street, New York. A LAnGE LINE OF H.S.2TDS03 GOODS.
astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at one- -

half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear and ; 1r-Orders by mail promptly attended to,and all orders amounting to t.
NEW GOODS Furnishing Goods of every description. ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREP AID. :

J. & T.Northeast XYDD ,. I
corner Centre and Third Sts.,

for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes,at low prices. In Domestic NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. }t FERNANDINA, FLA. N

CITY* MART Goods I am oflering'unprecedented bargains, and I will not be I
undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties.
Attention is also directed to my large assortment of FERNANDINA AND NEWYORK.CLOSINGS .



everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea
call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at -THE PRESENT STOCK AT-
now opened his large and extensive i
stock of Foreign and Domestic

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French Alpacas and, Delaines English Satines.Lusters Cashmeres, Merinos Prints,, : '. f' :JEt.'Y": GrC> C> :I:> S t
choice lot of Family Blank '" 1
Seersuckers a
AsYlanuc\sof all colors(Red, Blue, --'- Trunks Towels S H&nakerchiefs Notions Novelties

White Irish, Linens Brown,, Olive Towels, Opera, Napkins etc.,,) ,???, s, Hosiery, 'j.

Doileys Table Linens and Covers w
of beautiful design and HATS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, RIBBONS,

4 A finish Edging Laces,Irish!,and Embroideries and Shawls Hamburg, I I I rr'J/fI'/ {{( SUMMER\\1\1\ lr\1\ GOODS \\\hllJI/ \\ Jewelry, Stationery-REMEMBER: :Rubber Stamps, Etc.. t[,.

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Broche (plaid and all- i
Wool), Broadcloths, Doe SECOND STREET_
skins. Satinet Jeans Cotton \

ings Flannels,Sheetings White,Gents'Goods.FurnishingGoods Shirt I' ]VIDIXE3 ER: :;IS RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. t tFJ.C

Hats. Caps, Umbrellas, Boys . = ,
and Gents'Suits of latest style and finish -
,Trunks,Valises,Satchels,Ladies : : : > .ID.A.. SmJR:"VJCE1.: F.
.Gents' Shoes,Gaiters, Hosiery, Ladies and
Children's Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear, WE ARE NOW OFFERING OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF



Mattings, Rugs, Oil-Cloths, etc. 1.
Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and \
China Ware, Goblets,Tumblers, Bowls, 1r
Ewers Basins, Butter Dishes, etc. 5 .
Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Nun's Veiling C. 't(
Furniture, Chairs Tables, Spring t
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 Pro- ;:=cJTGP4'IJi1 -- ;':
prietor while recently in New York, at the 1:1
sold VERY at a LOWEST small: living FIGURES profit FOR, and CASH.will be '! m AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 1\\\ \ui\,\\) J;" t

Having been established in East Florida -' I'.'.1 I }:
since 1853,and in this city since 1861,I hope 1;
and expect to receive a large share of the J'l
public patronage,and will endeavor to make
Proposed Sailings for December and January. f

- THE CITY MART+- In MATTINGS,. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, WINDOW Steamers leave Pier 20, :E.R.. at 3 p.m. Steamers::: leave Fernandina, p.m. 1 1STEA
in the future, as in the past, one of.the most SHADES, WALL PAPER, etc., our stock is complete. ..........................:rue ,la)". December bt.atl1rda; ), December 5th. i,
popular Stores in the city. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..........Friday. Defender 4tli. Wednesday, December 9th. I
I offer my best thanks for past favors. Our SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment and, price with STATE OF TEXAS..................Tuesday. December $th. Saturday, December 12th. J
\I. DOWNEY. any CARONDELET.........................Friday.. December 11th. Wednesday, December 16th.
in the State. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..'........Tuesday. December 15th. Saturday,December 19th. *
_Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885._ STATE OF TEXAS..Friday. December istb. Wednesday, December 23d.
CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT stairs embraces line of CARONDELET....:....................Tue (la'.. December>+l. Saturday, December 26th. I
J. A. RYDER & CO., (up ) a CITY OF'SAN ANTONIO..........Friday.:December 2>111. Wednes'lJav,>December 30th.
-PRACTICAL- Goods that cannot be excelled- ;in_ the State-from the cheapest Cottonadeup STATE OF.TEXAS........ ...........Tuesday, December 2!th. Saturday, January 2(1,1886. f
This Line, having 110 Transfers between<< Fernamlina and New
BLACKSMITHS and WHEELRIGHTSCORNER to as fine 'a line of Diagonals as is manufactured. York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF !
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t. I. tth. .. Collector of Revetiue-Bunbeny Haynes. County. Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi and 'by virtue of' an execution ;..."-');-;:< ':1n -=":l _-,. i"p,
United States Officers. Starke. .o
; ;: son. >* ontof the Circuit Court. Fourth "I rca ,
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill, Lake A.. Parraniore" Madison." ::".>)O$ ; ::;h
Sheriff-S. Judicial Circuit
i1s LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE; in and for Nassau County 'j = ... .... .
Butler Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison in suit determined --
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* ft A. Barnes Gainesville. ; Joseph ''' -- -
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I BREVARD COU1"TY.County Superintendent of School*-Samuel J. Perry and John O' onald :; : 0
'; 'I'Ii *Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. plaintiff defendant, I = :::0 .: (JJ
"-Surveyor-General F. McClellan. Judge-James A. McCrory, 'City Madison.. have levied upon and will sell at public RUCtion t---J : g -;
Point.. County Trcasvrer-S.S. Smith,'Madison.. "in front of the.Court-hbuj-e in the city .r.-Al r= .0.1.xiJm ../
t .I'' .-.' .DISTRICT COURT, Collector Revenue-B. V. Wads worth of Fernandinn ; ._._... .
tfrir Clerk-A.. A. Stewart, Titusville. of on the first Monday in January --, -- --
!f : Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.1far31u Sheriff "XL. E. English. Titusville. Madison ,-A.'1.). 1H8G, being'the 4th day of said ,;:,:;) :::." ,;.:; t:::
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. rt 111 >.. -J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville.Clerk Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed,Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY. month, the east half of the northeast quarterof ::: .-o! =
-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Sc/wol.s-J hn H. Laws, northeast quarter of Section 30 Township :) o =-;: o
tjt: John G. Webb Manatee. a
: County Judge- ::: c -= :2
; 'i.r\; INTERNAL REVENtE.f City Point. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. 2. North, Range 2o East,and Lots 7 and.8 in il' r.o lSx

1t Collector S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. CALHOUN. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Block 0, city of Callahan. Also, one and a = ._...-:;'<-::: tz:
half of land and! = r 1 :
acres. situated lying being <
Judge William Clark. Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton "
J11if County :; :
in the city of Callahan, and described as follows .
Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fort Green. ; osS's-e
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John W. Howell, Fernandina. : Commencing at a stake, said stake
Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward vppr-a', = p 0.
;1 Edwin Higgins: Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Pine Level. being the southeast corner of lands owned ::oc g. .l
;: I John F. House, St. Augustine. lletell.ue-Joel P. Atkins.' by the Trustees of'the,Free School and running :::
Collector '
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.""t} 9 Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Coxwell. west along tlie line of said school land -3. _-0"'n-=- 2a g1.
" } State Officers. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. I and lands belonging to John O'Donald, 12: 53c 5sa 'ci
"n.f-t 1' i CLAY COUNTY.: Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. which bounds sa lands on the north, two 'r:r; s:: -""*s

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-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Reenue'V. P. Trantham, south along the line of lauds belonging to A :: .o... o F
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Bardin Green Cove Ocala. John 0 Donald. which bound it the
Clerk-G. N. Spring. on
'. 'sbls '" Lieuteoant-Governor-Milton II. Mabry, 2 ;; ?=
. ?" ,;; Leesburg. I Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne, west three hundred and fifteen feet to a f yyrAn: r at -L
=r ." "I : Fort McCoy. stake thence east along 'the line of lands
\ State-John L. Crawford Tal- Springs.Collector ; ;
1 Secretary of nrw
t 4..\1. lallaSSCC..k of Ret'enue-"r. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. belonging to John Booth, which bounds it :: :. +1-3
-! ; Schools Geo. W. Hall the south two hundred and ten feet to C '< 4d:0 5
on a
Tallahassee. Superintendent of :
+ W. D. Barnes .
Comptroller- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.
; stake this line to the first line = Q
: -; '; d. Trea.urer-E. S. Crill. McRae. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. being parallel ; .... .... -- o-
thence north along the lands belonging to *
t1\tt:\ !....q Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. =. 00 .run=
Jehu Booth which bounds it the east.
' ;., see. County Judge-W.. Ives Jr., Lake City. Collector of RetenueMason S. Moreno, ::. ._. :> >
three hundred and fifteen feet to of (AI
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place !
\ t ; Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. 5.j0":1"sLspires- en !:Z tiI
This line is to the :;j
beginning. parallel sec- r
ti }Sys, Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sluriff G. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key O'eer Z
ond line. .. 0
.. Russell Jacksonville. f'!) ".
:. ) Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. 0rI4p! = Joi
Terms cash. purchaser paying for title.J. _
.Io.j.'l.'j"i' Adjutant-General-David Lang. Superintendent of Schools-W. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY.CountyJudgeHinton A. ELLERMANN Sheriff. :::..yaa'=' ...... p,
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1.f.' f SUPREME COURT. City. J. Baker, Fernan- Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, 1885. : 0 --e-w

\mot'W;:t. Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter. DADE. dina. _
"'1 .f; : \ Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Sheriff's Sale. : w- m

T \..':'::' hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. and by virtue of an execution is- stf. w>
t Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, Sheriff Wm. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- TiNDER of the Circuit Court. Fourth ::-:.-.- 'O:. "u-.... T
! ; Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. :'" ::: (AI.= t=j m
Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau County, .
J.I Clerk-D. C. Wilson Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue Charles Peacock. 9q ; :;-.z
Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- in a suit in said Court determined, whereinP.

i CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. I. Courier is plaintiff and Clarence N.

.'W':: iif'ftrfS t First Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, Brewster defendant, and George Henry garnishee -

: : sacola. sonville. Evergreen. I have levied upon and will sell at

."). .:. : : Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan- public auction in front of the Courthousein f
'- j '''' Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. the city of Fernandina. on Monday the

%ti! $1 see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. 4th day of January A. D. 1886, all the right, .

!, Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. title and interest which George Henry had

'1::"';' .1.'" ville. Collector of Revenue-Closes, .1. Brown, Clerk-Thos.;]. Shine, Orlando. on the 27th day of May, 1882, or at any timethereafter c-.o.. }'"
( i.;' J .i Fifth Circuit-Thomas ,F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville.. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- in and to Lot one((1)), Section four- ;%:h; li7 .; '

;(" \IA vine.'YySixthCircctitIi. Superintendent of Schools-William,H.Bab- lando. teen ((14)). Township two ((2)), North. Range j' :# I .',;. if

; L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of SC/tOols-John T. Seeks twenty-eight ((28) East, containing fiftyfouracres ;!f .
f:;:', ;: J Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford.Court Orlando. ....,1!, .

l ,,J I ESCAMBIA. Sutveyof-J. 0. Fries, Orlando. Terms cash, purchaser paying:: for title.J. .. .. ,
t Tate. FM mrr.
County Judge-Walter A. Sheriff. ,
;,. Calendar Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. ELLERMANN .. .
:;; .b.. ('f'I'I :' Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, 1885. .fi, ., -"n -
r ,. FIRST CIRCUIT. Wilkins. POLK. ." .
.1.j. !' Sheriff Joseph ; ;;: }} '"
-:. Fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Sheriffs Sale. .f.4'W.J.l-,< >,{;, .t..
;. :;1 : ;. Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
and virtue of execution
'.its ..! ; r Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff -W. H. Jonson. UNDER of'the by an
: out Circuit Court
Fourth '
I a:o : .'1 Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday Treasurer-F. F. Beville. '. :. ;' ;: :-1' .
Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau
IJ. jc ,
k in Octoer.Vashmgton.2d. Collector Revenue-J. D. Tillis.
;, of ; ;S'y.t ;
r1 in a suit determined, wherein E. E. S. Wad-
: after4th Judge-Robert G. Baker.
:4 t: \ Monday Mondayin Countg Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy.
.. ,t October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. leigh Administratrix of the estate of'V inborn -

}: "" :. Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. A. Sanborn. deceased, is plaintiff and .P. ,4"

., :.'. October. Treasurer R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka. Frank Foster and Joseph Longwood defend- l \;:
f.:. :: ." i Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector ofRevenne-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. ants, I have levied upon and will sell at
section 2 of act of February of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. public autinn in front of the Court-house in .
:';" :.:l' This amended Superintendent Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka.Collector ,
''' and does not the the city of Fernandina. on the first Monday .,
l.: : 10, 1879, change of Revenue-Joseph
.. .1. ':.. .,r' Spring Term. GADSDEN. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, in January, A. D. 1886 being the 4th day of '; ';' -. .
"'", .\J'',/: 5 THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Palatka. said month, a steam pile driver, levied uponas : .;. [
,r Clerk--Augustus Nicholson. the property of Foster and Longwood. :
Uo! : ; Spring Term TAYLOR COUNTY.
Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. Terms cash. purchaser paying for title.J. .
1st after 1st in
Tuesday Monday
'/-Q. Tarlor, TreUurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff.
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fit s :'i''., 'J'; .\Madison, 2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff E. A. Tucker, Perry. Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, 1885.
.' Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. THE FLORIDA
Hamilton 4th :Monday in April.
.1 Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. In Justice Court.
fit Snwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY.
"i Perry.
)1.. .. .... in April. -Samuel Mclnnis Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. STATE OF FLORIDA, NASSAU COUNTY.To rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
t' County Judge ,
; ;tFII.fL nt Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Mrs. :Martha Schuyler and Geo. W. Schuy-

;. in April. Tavel Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. ler:
rc' .: '. J Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th :Monday Sheriff-Sampson Jasper. You are hereby notified that a writ of at- Fernandina,
Revenue-John H. Lee.
.. # "I. in April.Fall Collector of SANTA ROSA. tachment has been i issued against you, and t
':!(0'' ..' "'4; Term- Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, County dge-John Chain. your property attached to satisfy the demand Towns on R. R. Line.

t, 4...),. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert of W. B. C. Duryee, amounting to

1', ':cot;?.I' October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Robinson. $70.15. Now, unless you shall appear before And Cedar Key.
'? .I ';}, Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rerenue-'V. J. Williams. 'V. F. Livingston, a justice of the Peace in

t}4" :'fi\ { Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. and for said county, at his office at Fernan- -

"''\.''.:..'..:\t Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. dina, on the first Monday of February,A. D.
t ', It in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E. King, Lecanto. 1886, at o'clock in the morning,judgment
J! County Judge)[. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
t!' ;:, Columbia, Monday after 4thIondaY1l1: Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- tine. will be rendered against you, and your prop- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
; t of'" I October. xille. erty sold to pay the debt.

:', '': Lafayette, Oth Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Sheriff Clerk-Bartolo Ramon F.Hernandez Oliveros, ,St.St.Augustine.Augustine Dated this 2d day- of December.A.D.1885. number of the most eligible and desirable

'.. in October.,, Floral City. H. J. BAKER,
:1 Collector of Retenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Lots suitable for Business
:. ', :r FOURTH CIRCUIT IIILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.County St. Augustine. PlaintffTs Attorney.dec5 Purposes, or for
f fII" Term 8w
;t'.'" ., t Spring St. John's,-2d Tuesday in March. Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, City or Suburban Residences, S
.t1 I'--.t:;J;1 Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. Augustine. In the Circuit Court,
'',. f't t'', Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. -' ., COUNTY.County FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU UPON EASY TERMS.
Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,
!;'. .j :t-:. Baker, 2d Tuesday in April.
Clerk C.':M. Knott Sumterville. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
"i ,
; t Nassau 3d Tuesday April.
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville.
Dtival 1st Tuesday in May. II. Brownell. ..
Collector of Retenue-I. N. Withers, Lees- )
.. Fall Term-
) Clerk-T. H. Pitman. vs. } Order.MAEY parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
", 'of t .;. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis. HADDOCK.

;'14"j j F'. Clay 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Sumterville.Superintendent of ScltOol./f-C. F. Venable, It appearing from the affidavit filed in rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

; ,., i Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker. said cause that the defendant, Mary Had-

I.tl 1: 1'. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. dock, is now in the State of Georgia and in erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
:f 1:' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. the county of Camden, as defendant be-
r': in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J. W. Newman Live Oak.
Duval, 1st Tuesday ,
lieves and.thatshe is over the of twentyone residence or in which to conduct their
.. age ,
: 1I.'t F. Baltzell. Live Oak.
R. Sessions
.v ", FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George Sheriff-John years; now, therefore, it is ordered that
ttl; Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Ret..entte'Vilson H. Sessions, said defendant Mary'Haddock, be requiredto business.
r Sumter 3d Tuesday March.: Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak.
H':: answer or demur to the bill of complainant -
,1.' .; R'r. Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of ScJtools-A. W. Mizzen, filed in said cause on or before the first INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
:}. .t! '.I Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. Monday in January, A. D. 1886.
... .. )[arch..L Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
u- Witness, John A. Edwards Clerk of said by exemption for a term of years from
\. : :: Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- Court, and the seal thereof, this 2d day of

.':14. ,is h ,, March. County Judge W. B. Lamar, :Monticello. prise. December A. D. 1885. taxation, offered by the several cities and
Jti jf, Alachua 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. JOHN A. EDWARDS.

.,. ,:PJ in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, :Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. Clerk Circuit Court Nassau County, Fla. towns. Apply to

..'!f : J :r-l .. Fall Term- Superintendent of ,Schools. -J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. CHAS. W. LEWIS,
',":Ir 'j .' Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New

J ; ...4'j: i Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer ,v. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. ;" Fernandina.
x y '1,. Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. ticello.' 1 WAKULLA COUNTY. ggSr- Office Duryee building (up stairs),

.1. t.f j- Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge -R. S. Smith. W'b.e: ww.The comer Centre and First streets. I
: ; .it ; Alachua, 1st Tuesday aft.er.,4.th Tuesdays ticello. Sheriff Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville.

s ;: I", November. LAFAYETTE COU1"TY.County Clerk-Nat.,R. Walker, Crawfordville.
.M ; .; J SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts; Best Newspaper in America,
.I TermOrange T..T. Chessen New
Spring Judge- Troy.
\' and far the Most Readable. "' t.'! ,," "" ,' <,i <',i" .,.* : ,:
4th Monday in January. Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby. rR .1 :
Treasurer- W. Walker Craw-
County : ,:-.S:, i ..if.; :. j ;: ;: ,
't r \ Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A, McAlpin, New Troy. fordville. wanted ? 4.
{ Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew Collector of Rerenue-J. J. Pearce Craw- Agents everywhere to earn

." '"., Dade,3d Monday in April. Troy. fordville. money in distributing the Sun's Pre .: ,. .',. ,<: .:r;-:! j: 1.to : ."-.
Pall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. New
;' F''" t : Morgan, WALTON. miums.
t Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy.
:, ; w;.i : Volusiav 2d :Monday in September. Collector of Ret'enue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. The most interesting and advanta- '

t ,t..1. Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxe*-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod.
offers made News-
Sheriff--John C. McSween. geous ever by any : s. .,
7, s Il Dade, 2d :Monday in November. S .';'. ," S
( "N; LEON COUNTY. Treasurer-James E. Bowers. paper. ,

I County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-W. B. McLeod. ": : '., ..
r f''f'I f: County Officers. Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. No.Subscriber ignored or neglected. '

f'; ) i' ; ALACHUA. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. Something for all. .:.i i 'I .- ;',. .

r County Judge Junius C. Gardner. Gaines i Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in ,.I,. :'! ,'. '. ...jir
r l ville. I Tallahassee.
Clerk-D. D. Melvin.
>! t As 1) ; J/erk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Sheriff-rS. W. Davis. Standard Gold and otherWatche8Vaiuable :"' ',: .

It }. lffi\ Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Treasurer-Thomas J.Miller. Boob, the Beat Family Sew ing.Machine : ::

", 'II' t 1 Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Collector of Revenue-John Roche. I known to the trade, and annnequaled list : :. ;

: t' .o \ ville. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. of objects of real utility and instruction. ? :; .{> ;; < ;;1e. 1-:;
; 't t Superintendent of Schools-W.' N. Sheats, .' < '., >\ .:
; tr f i Cltrk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. "< Ji.. ,
iJ : k3 Gainesville. Sheriff-W. H. Bigham, Bronson. Rates by Mail.Postpaid: ", r.,
: Notice for Final Discharge. .. .
.1 p'W: BAKER COUNTY. Collector of Revenue W. H. Anderson, DAILY, per Year(without Sunday) $6 00 "

.h' sh County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. SIX' MONTHS AFTER THE. FIRST DAILY, per MonthwithoutSnnday) 50 : '

1 CI.erk-F. J. Pons, Sr.. Sanderson. of Schools-Jus. P. D.ePass, of this notice I will presentto SUNDAY, per Year I 100 j...; ,

Rluriff-J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. the Hon. H. J. Baker, Judge of,:Probate FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 .
i' ; Collector of Revenue-J. W, Burnsed, San- for Nassau "' ,' .
LIBERTY. final accounts and .
I county, my :
] derson.Superintendent. WEEKLY, per Year ., I 00iddren L'i;;;# :.. ':
vouchers the
'f County Judge-R. F. Hosford.: as executor of estate of t
:j !t. I 1: of Schools Wm. Lessene, Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. WILLIAM MASON, deceased, and ask for a THE SUN, New York City.

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GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ET I RAILROADS Savannah,Florida&Western R'y. Ar. Interlachen._......... 6.10a m 4.06 pin

---- Ar. J,T & K W June.... 7.30am. 4.55pm
==: WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka...;.'............. 7.40 a m 5.10 p m
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Florida Railway & Navigation Co, Ar. Jacksonville.......,. 1.22 p m 7.12pm

All trains of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .
((90th) :Meridian time which is
slower than Jacksonville time. 33 minutes Ocala, Leesburg..... ............} Fast Mail
THE XE: ThIN'E; For Pemberton's Ferry........... V
For Astor.................... ............J 11.45 a m
ON and after Sunday, :May 3d, 1885, For Palatka..............
EMBRACING THE WESTERN CENTRAL AND: Trains ) Ex. Sun. ......_......
follows will leave and arriveas For Jacksonville...... f. ........... ...............
SOUTHERN, DIVISIONS. : For St. Augustine....J 3.00am 2.05pm

CENTRAL ((90TH MERIDIAN) TIME. ONE HOUR Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m TRAINS ARRIVE AT :GAINESVILLE.
SLOWER WASHINGTON D. C. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 piu Frm Peraberton's Ferry ............") Fast Mail
THAN Arrive at Callaahn daily at............, 8:08 a m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............ V ......_......
Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:00 a In From Ocala ?................ ............ J 3.05 p m
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 15,1885. Arrive! at Thomasville daily! at...... 1:30 p m From Pal atka........... ) Ex. Sun. ......_......

-- Arrive! at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... V......_...... ..............
Arrive at Chattaboocbee daily at... 3:50 p m From St.Augustine...) 9.30pm 12.45pm
Western and Southwestern Fast Line.
.Arrive at Pensacola daily at.......,..10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.

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

a.m.7.30,........ Lv......?Jacksonville........Ar ......_ p.m.8.40 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa Leaves Leesburg.........................;.io 30 a m
8.14........._ .. ........_Baldwin............ .....?. 7.48 'cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- !. Returns to Leesburg.................... 4.45 pm
945_.<..... Ar..Lake City...........Lv ......_ 6.13 cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield afternoon
10.36 ........ ... .........Live Oak......... ....._ 5.14 '|Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- only -- -
: t Fl 11 44.....,... ........._Madison........... ........ 3.53 wick take this train arriving at Brunswickvia 'trip :
u {, -t p.m. Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 pm
1.30!....... .........Monticello......... ......? 3.20 B. & "W. R.'R. at 7.40 p. in.
1 2.09,L...... .. .........Tallahassee......... ........ 1.15 Pullman Buffet Sleeping iCars on this
/I ...........Quincy............. ........ 12.01 train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .
3.201./i a.m. and New Orleans.
i ".....River Junction...... .....?11.20 Pullman Palace Cars Jackson- Palatka, with Jacksonville Tampa &
4.551-.I ........._Marianna..;.._.. ". _...._ 10.49 Sleeping Key West Railway and fast river steamers
7.001........ .. ......DeFuniak Spring..;. ........ 8.40 ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. for St. Augustine, Green Cove Jack-
10.35! ....._ .........Pensacola_........ ........ 5.05 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- sonville, and all Spring,
-' a.m.)1. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST points North, East and
1---- 3.10...... ............Mobile............ ........ 12.20 West and with up-river steamers for South
I .1. .p.m. MAIL. Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron I
...... ...... ...... ......_ "
8.15 ; .New Orleans 7.00 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30: p m steamship "City of Palatka, and steamship
A. B. NOYESDEALER ._ .........:\Iontg mcQ.......... ........ 8.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m "City Monticello," for Charleston New 1

6.50......... .........Nashville.......... _.......a.m.7.50 Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m York Mail Boston trains make Philadelphia close etc. 'I
IN- Leave Thomasville at.................. 2:10 p m connection both I
___ 1.40, ......_ ..........Evansville......... ......_ 1.00 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15: p m ways via Jacksonville Tampa & Key West t l
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-'- I p.m. Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 in Railway, Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast
GlDERIESlEAYY SUPPLIESHay 8.001.. ....... ............St.Louis.......... ....... 7.15 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ G:38 p p m Line-:Fast Mail.

'J'lFAMILY 2.20....... ..........Louisville.......... ......._ a.m.1.00 Arrive! at Savannah daily! at......... 8:25 p m &At Wait's Crossing Co. for, with Florida Railway i,
p.m. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a m Navigation Waldo.At .
....... ..........Cincinnati......... ........ 8.45 Arrive at Washington,D.C., daily..11:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida & "
6.3.......... ........Indianapolis....... ......... 3.50 Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee Savan- !
and Grain, Ship Stores, : ......_ ...........Chicago ............ ........_ 3.45 Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, nah, New Orleans, and all points North.

Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Savannah to New York without change.EAST East and West; and with Florida Railway
Baggage checked through. & Navigation Company for Cedar Key,

FURNITURE I SUB Finns CROCKERY Leave Jacksonville FLORIDA daily EXPRESS.at........... 7:20 p m Pensacola At Ocala, ,New with Orleans Florida and Railway Tampa.& Navi-

I Central and Southern Divisions=,Quick Line Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m gation Company, and hacks for Silver .
North and East. tRead Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m Spring..At ;

--- ,' -- Leave Gainesville daily at:............ 6.00 p m Leesburg, with the.St. John's & Lake i
HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE, ETC. D'wnl h Read Up. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p m Eustis Division of the 'Florida Southern :
Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:00 pm Railway and boats on Lake Harris for :

a.m'l p.m.5.00,Lv..Feruandina.........Ar a.m.lp.m 3.55 Arrive at Waycross daily at.........10:55 p m points on lake. .-
11.26)) 6.3.\,Ar...........Callahan..Lv 9.451 2.30 Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a in At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line }':
.........J acksonville........ 2.20 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort Dade '
p.m.\ \ Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m Tampa, and South Florida. iI
12.33 9.25 Ar........._Baldwin...........Lv 5.45 1.30 Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m 0. W. BROMWELL,
X. E. corner Outre and Second Sis,, Femuiidiiin, Fin.. -----r.m.1 Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 a in General Pass.Agent. ir

_. ._ 7.30 9.30,Withlacoochee..Ar..... ........ 7.40 7.40 Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m SHERMAN CONANT,
-- <- ---------- ------ --- -- 7.50 .. .8t.Catherine. 7.2. 7.25
:Arrive at Savannah at.......... 6:20
8.40 9.501" .........Panasotfkee......... 6..45 6.45 daily a m General Manager.
Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:45 p m

a.m.\p.m.. \ ............Orlando............ 9.2.3 10.10 Arrive at Washington daily..........10:30: a m Traveler's Guide. I'
6.30 8.20 ............Tavares........... 6.10 8.10 Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m
6.59 9.02 ",..........Leesburg........... 5.20 7.38 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
EL E. DOTTERER 7.2i 9.55 c. .........?Wildwood......... 4.40 7.08 and Pullman [The Travelers Guide is, as the heading
8.34 11.3. ......_......Ocala_............ 3.O 5.56 Waycross. Palace Sleeping indicates, intended as a means of infor-
8.55 11.53 ........silver Spring........ 2.36 5.3l: Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. mation to the traveling public. To be relia-
TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT a.m. Connections 'at Atlanta with Western and ble, it should be correct. The of
INVITES ATTENTION OF 9.48 12.52, ...............Citra.............. 1.38 4.29 Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and the different railroad and steamer managers lines will
I 11.02 2.18iAr..Waldo..............Lv 1205) 3.12 Georgia Railroads for all points West and
greatly assist us in our efforts to make it
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7.00 ..... Lv..Cedar Ke.Ar 7.25 Northwest.
.... ............Bronson............ ......_ 5.29 Pullman Palace Cars Jackson- by notifying us of changes made in the run )
FAMILY GROCERIES .... .............Archer............. ". ......_ 4.56 Sleeping ning time, when they will he promptly cor-
IFINE I} ......_ ........Gainesville.......:.. .". ........ 3.57 ville to Louisville via Thomasville. .rected.]
: .-' p.m. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville __ !

*. 8.42.. 2.30 ............'Valdo..............'" 11.50 3.15 and Nashville Railroad for New
I 1 Orleans and Texas points and the West and TRANSIT it PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
3.23 ..............Starke............. :c 11.10 2.22 :.
NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS ALSO 6.00 ............Baldwin............ 9.35 12.40 Northwest. At Savannah 'with Central Day Passenger Train leaves
a.m. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and For Cedar Key and Wild wood and

7.20Ar., ........CallahD.n..Lv 6.50 11.33 'Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway all points o"n Transit Road......10.00 3. m. ,
p.m. for all points North, with steamshipsfor ,1<'orSavannahandallpointsNorth .

FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES..a"I 8.45 I 1.25 Ar..8ayannah..Lv ......_ p7.001 New York, Boston and Baltimore. At and West...............................10.00 a. ni.
a.m. Charleston with steamships for New York, at Callahan. .
10.451........ ............Atlanta............. ........ 3.30 and Baltimore (connecting )
ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK. AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS 6.50 ........ .........Cincinnati.......... II .....- 8.47 Philadelphia For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all :
a m.L53. Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail points on the Florida Central & I'

......_ ..........Charleston.......... ........ 3.00 and Steamship connections, and Baggage Western Railroad................. ...10.00a.m. .
PURE AND OF GOOD p.m. a.m. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths (connecting at Baldwin.)
QUALITY. 6.55....... II ..........Richmond_......... _.....10.49 and sections secured at Company's office in
11.56....... .........'Vashington......... ........ 6.00 Astor's 84 street and De- Passenger Train arrives fu'Day :
Building, Bay at
1.30......._ ...........Baltimore........... II ........ 4.10p.m. pot Ticket Office, and on board People'sLine all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m
From Savannah and all in .
4.40,......_ .......Philadelphia._...... ......12.20 and JENNIE LANE. points I
-= FINE = 8.001.. .._ .......__New York......... ........ 9.00 JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55 p.m. :
TEAS AND COFFEES I General From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
-+- --rtr't- ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Passenger Agent.R. all points on the Florida Central ,
between Jacksonville and Orlando and Montgomery G. FLEMING, Superintendent. & Western Railroad................. 3.55p.m. I:


CONNECTIONS : Florida Southern Railway Co. For Wildwood............ ............. 5.00p.m. :
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At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for For Savannah and all points North

NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. Florida Palatka Southern and all landings Railway; at for St.Pemberton Catherine Ferry with, ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING and West................................ 5.00 p. In. 'i

Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburg (connecting at Callahan.)
with steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, SOUTH. Night Passenger Train arrives )'
Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida Accom. Fast Mail. From Cedar Key Wildwood, and
Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Or- Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. tf
lando with South Florida Railroad for all pointson Jacksonville, via all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a. m.

their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat J. T. & K. W. R'y.................. 7.45am From Savannah and all points in
Company, for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon via the North and West................. 9.45 a. m.
I Lv. St. Augustine
.___ 1 Springs, Manatee Tampa, etc. St. John's Railway................. 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee and
all Florida Central &
points on
Lv. Palatka Fla. Sou'n 4.50 9.45
. FEENANDINA JACKSONVILLE :BRAN CR. p m a nlAr.Interlachen. Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m.
.......... 6.30pm 10.50am
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m FERNANDINA A JACKSONVILLE R. R.

t-kr' .! Lv. Fernandina..............._ 7.20 a.m. 2.50 p.m. Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40pm 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily, except Sunday-
C' 0 .. $-'-, Jacksonville................ 8.45" 4.35" Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 p m 12.20 p m For Jacksonville........................ 7.20 a. m.
Lv. Jacksonville..............?. 9.25" 5.10" Gainesville............ 9.30 12.45 ... .....
Ar. a m p m For Jacksonville ... .......... 2.50 p.m.
Ar. Fernandina.11.00 6.36" Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p in Train arrives daily, except Sunday-
F H. B. AIKEHS; (SUNDAYS ONLY.) Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p m From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. in.
Lv. Fernandina................. 7.00a.m. 3.30 p. m. South Lake Weir... 5.25 3.17 .. I
Ar. Jacksonville........_...... 8.26" 4.56" Ar. a m p m From Jacksonville.... ....... .. .. 6.36p.m.
Lv. Jacksonville................. 9.10 5.30"' Ar. Lcesburg.............. 7.00 a m 3.55 p m Sunday only-

Ar. Fernandina............. ..10.36 6.56" Lv. Leesburg.............. ............ 4.00 pin From Jacksonville! .....................10.36a.m.
Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p m From Jacksonville ..................... 6.56p.m. .'a
:MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m. !,.1
Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns ...... ............
PAINTER For Jacksonville 3.30
Steamer leaves Jacksonville Wednes- p. m. 1.
: HOUSE AND SIGN : express & Lake Eustis Div.... .. 4.00 p m
days and Saturdays at 5.10p. m.,connecting with sail- Ar. Fort Mason............. ............ 4.45pm MALLORY LINE. ,.
.. the ing elegant semi-weekly steamships for New York the Mallory direct Line Lv. Fort Mason............. ............ 4.55pm For New York direct, every Wednesdayand
FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Ar. Altoona............... ............ 5.30 pin Saturday'evening. I

Connections made at Fernandina every Sundayand Ar. Astor.................... Daily: 6.45pm From New York. direct every Tuesday .
Thursday with the Florida Steamship.Com- Lv. Fort 1\lason..l0.00.a m 5.00 p m and Friday eveing, at 3.00 p.m.
pany for Savannah, Charleston,New York and Ar. Eustis....................10:10: a m 5.10 p m CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. I
FERNANDINA. FLORIDA Boston. Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 p rn ,
,; ; BRUNSWICK AND INLAND S. B..CO., Ar. Lane Park..1LOO.. a ni 5.45 p m For Jacksonville and.Palatka, by City of 'M
; : Palatka or City of Monticello, every Mondayand
: -..t ... :.,;, r <. : .J : ; Brunswick Connections and.at coast Fernandina points.daily-Steamer from and Thos.to i GOING NORTH Thursday. From Charleston same days.
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Fast Mail.
Collyer leaves at.2.30. p., m. ,, Daily. For Charleston, by same steamers, every
A. O. MAcDONELL, Daily.Lv. Sunday and Wednesday From Palatka and
.. ,"I.; t. r: 1 'IV"- General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Astor .................... ............ 7.30am Jacksonville same days.CUMBERLAND. I
.W. G. COLEMAN I Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m.

D. E. MAXWELL Gen. Trav., Gen.Agt.Sup't., Jacksonville,Fernandina Fla.I;Fla.. : Altoona:;...............:.. 8.50am Steamer Thos. Collyer, for ROUTE.Bruns-
;Lv.Tavares.-- .m 8.55 a m
p wick at........................... 2.30
Notice or Incorporation.- :Lv. Eustis.. ................. 4.20 p m 9.15 a m p.m.
(connecting! Brunswick with .
SPAPER! HANGING KALSOMINING I ,,Ar. at Fort Mason from E. T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY- GIVE', ''Lane Park...:..........4.30pm 9.20am ,and Western points.) 1 f.
of the formation of '
Ar at Fort Mason from
: Steamer Thos.Collyerfrom Bruns-
-. ,. .T :' _r; THE EAST GEORGIA- & FLORIDA- RAILROAD -, ,Astor.............;.......... 9.40 a in wick daily at............................12.15 p.m. +!f'

1' .: < 1', :..) rl; ::. j COMPANY, Lv. Fort Mason............ 9.50 a m! ST. MASTS RIVER. !:;
!>- I iAr.,Leesburg............... 10.35 a m .it
; .jf1 1 dock
1 Steamer Martha leaves Centre street -
maintaining ;i
(11 for the purpose bf constructing, ,-- '
J Pemberton's; Ferry am 'For St.;Marys and Crandall;TuES-'

>* PAINTING OF ALL KINDS1DONE in the and conveyance operating 'a of railroad persons for and.public property use;'I .An Leesburg............... 10.25 a m. day and Friday........................ ''3.00 p.m. 1.

from the St. Mary's River, at or nearly Ex. Sun. For St.'Marys and Dungeness, on :t
posite the.Citytof St. Mary's, Georgia, to op the Lv.'Leesburg............... 6.30 p m 10.45 a m Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m. h JFor
Ar. SonthLake'Veir.... 8.10 p m 11118 a mAr St. Mary's and King's Ferry, t
AT of Jacksonville Florida by the most
REASONABLE. RATES AND IN A FIRST-CLASS. MANNER.SHOP .. 12.25 ........... 8.00a.m. r.
direct and 'practicable route through the .'Ocala:............... 10.30 p m p m Monday and Thursday. t
2 Counties Nassau and Dnval,'Florida. ,Ar. Micanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 p m Steamer Martha arrives !
W: T. DILL, Ar. Rochelle................ '3.35 a m 2.35 p.m From St. Marys and Crandall. on t
f" 'H.-S. MORSE, Lv. Rochelle................'3.50 a m 2.40 p m Monday and Thursday...........- 7.00 a.m.
LOCATED IN SWANN'S CONCRETE 'BUILDINFOOT ;; ; .W. E. KAY, Ar. Gainesville.;.......; 4.20 a m 3.05 p m' From St. Marys and Dungeness, I I

A. H. COX, Lv. Gainesville.._......... 3.00 a m 2.05 p m on Wednesday and Saturday.- a.m 11
C. P. GOODYEAR. Lv. Rochelle .:............. 4.00 a m 2.55 p mAr. From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, :E :
OF CENTRE STREET. ; Jacksonville. Fla., September 17, 385. ."Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a m 3.24 p m Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.m :;,
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During_-past-week'; : the t. .
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. FCN'ATiLYCECM. HALL ON 'TCESDAY Y ,EVENING. :.1.. .. <; i.' fi. .. Ir.' 1.
.t..v t1l ments were made from this port via the New I f
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t Q ,s.oo A YEAR; $J.OO. ,ion SIX MONTHS York and the Charleston steamship lines: The'Atkinson Comedy Company will'pre-

sent, on Tuesday evening next, at Lyceum
)' .: ." Per steamship San Anton'itJl,921'pack-,
\ir...., # 'Reflections.Mr. : Hall the, screaming! comedy of" Peck'siladBoy.
f ages oranges, ,354 boxes cedar, 200 logs .cedar -
l iTself -tiso-BtE ddoI
, 4 The play in amounts to nothing -; :
+ Wade S. Dent has gone for a short 125 bales, sea 'island cotton, 2G cans but its ridiculous features never fail'to
't'llli"t 47 merchandise 32 bar-
" 0 Georgia.The .. shrimp, packages '
,k 1 please and afford much amusement to an .
rels rosin and 4.barrels,spirits of turpentine,
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a' will for the
I;i.i Egmont open sea- audience. Says the Charleston News and
Per steamship State of Texas 2,400 pack-
;P,1; f son about December 12th. Courier:
: ages oranges, 1,130 bales cotton, '240 sacks
y Visit HOYT & CO'S furniture store and It is very seldom that such a rare combination -
cottonseed, 48 cedar 19 barrels spiritsof
cases ,
' of fun, and dance is presentedto
bedroom ong
t .ft inspect their new .suits. turpentine, 39 cans shrimp and 34: pack- an audience wls' exhibited last night

t [" The schooner Annie B. Bishop is unloading ages merchandize.Per at the Academy of Music. "Peck's Bad

,:;M}r. 445 tons of steel rails for the Florida steamship City of Monticello-4,256 Boy is no stranger to Charleston theatre- We have, as usual, large variety of

;?r( w.tt Railway & Navigation Company.The boxes oranges, 380 bales cotton, 30 barrels goers. Last night he had a large audienceto
' ift(1(n"! see his pranks and practical jokes upon alticles'snitable for the Holiday
L ; office of Mr. C. V. Hillyer, fire, marine fish, 9 bundles hides and 14 packages mer- his Pa and the Groceryman. The audience, season,
tlt\ chandise.Per which included a large contingent of Charles
"I'tL and life insurance, has been removed
; Palatka boxes ton's bad boys, was appreciative to a degree and enumerate below a few of the goods
:p' to the second story of Dotterer brick store. steamship City of -4,900
:<'I rarely seen. Applause began with the first;
r4 1r. :'.c The schooner Ruth Darling discharged a oranges, 92 bales cotton, 120 barrels rosin act and ended at the drop of the curtain at that are specially desirable for

t 'b cargo of 250 tons of steel rails for the Florida; and 23 packages merchandise.The the conclusion of the last act. The audiencewere presents.Of .
convulsed with laughter nearly all the
; ':4;; Railway& Navigation Company early in the Regatta. time. course only a small portion of whatwe

_I't i J week. Only four of the boats entered in the The Groceryman had other qualities than

f' $ ; >s: The steamer Old North State was sold at Thanksgiving Regatta sailed in the 'post- those of a' good subject for the pranks of have can be mentioned in an advertisement -
mischievous boys, as was shown whenevera
'!F! Jacksonville this week to Captain J. R. Patterson poned race on Monday last, namely : song was introduced. The Bad Boy

'# 1 t for account of )fr: B. G. Worth of Undine, sailed by R. W. South wick. proved that'he could do something besides : We invite an inspection of

. ; Wilmington: N. C. Jessie and Nellie, sailed by Commodore Mc- play practical jokes, as in handling a banjohe
exhibited great skill and won round upon our stock which will be found to in-
l tjil.: The sloop yacht Mamie of the Hull Yacht Cottery round of applause from an appreciative au ,

< Club, Plymouth, Mass., H. A. Robbins, Tallulah, sailed by F. Kruse. dience.
Winnesquam, sailed by John Clark. The silver bells as handled by Miss May include articles for everybody.Our .
; master into and
!ff:$ came port Saturday, proceeded Dixie
Dixie and Mr. F.
Leyton Harry gave
The starting signal fell at 10:15: a. m., and
f i south on Tuesday. soft, sweet music that will linger in the ears line of Children's Chairs Rockers
the first boat over the line was the Jessie and ,
of those who fortunate to hear
!it:; N The pay-car of the Florida Railway & were so as
Nellie, followed by the Undine eight minutes them. The model Irish policeman, "Patrick
f,j: Navigation Company will start over themow and high is You
..''\;, after,the Winnesquam two minutes later, Duffy, delighted the audience with several very complete. can
; road on Monday next. Paymaster Thompson songs. The Bad Boy's chum, "Jimmy Duf-
and the Tallulah fourth. The breeze which
i;. son will pay off the employes for November. fy," besides helping'in all the tricks of the find something that will please the lit-
when the Jessie and Nellie
was very light Bad Boy, gave an exhibition of wonderful
+ .. ,;.5181 Mr. F. W. Simmons has gone to Atlanta, ; crossed, sprang up ten minutes later and skill in jig dancing, which the audience required -

where Mrs. Simmons has been for some I sent the two last boats over in fine style. to be repeated. The musical featureof tle ones there. These goods are very

1'f :1-r 'r weeks under medical treatment. It grieves the play was very good. The audienceleft
; It was a straight sail for the buoy, and after
: : the house well pleased with an evening's cheap and at the same time durable.
rtt i: )f us to state that Mrs. Simmons' condition is ,
ballast dock
;. leaving the fast, time was entertainment that afforded more real fun
tn ,"! 'ji very precarious. made to and around Tiger buoy ,and the than one usually expects.
; /! 1J.! ;!'...., HOYT & CO. display a large lot of new sails were well filled coming up the river. Reserved seats can be secured at Horsey's very ,

J :,ti: tables chairs. etc., this week. They crossed the line on the return in almost drug store. the for older
J MH} $ same goods people.
the'same order in which they started,
: l
tt! December! but the Undine had gained and came in win- The schooner rigged steam yacht Leila, of For a lady one of our Patent Carpet
i ,
, the county some time. Parties in town who ner of the first prize ($15 and the club pen- I Calais, Me., called at this port yesterday en

m: dental nant in hour, fifteen minutes and fifteen route for the St. John's river. The Leila is
? i wish work should make arrange- ) one Rockers is a beautiful present. These
ments to see him before that time. seconds. The Winnesquam made the owned by Mr. C. H. Eaton, who is on board

P: Mr. T. M. Carnegie and family arrived on second best time and won the second prize and comes to Florida for the winter. goods are cheaper than ever before.

( ; Wednesday last, from Pittsburgh a special ($10)) in one hour, sixteen minutes and forty MARINE.

\S&i car. They were conveyed by their seconds. The Tallulah made the third best We, of course, have a full line of Cane

time (one hour, nineteen minutes and eleven Port of Fernandina.
V;:: ; steam yacht bf age, which was gaily decorated -
c:>;4s with bunting, to Dungeness. seconds), but on account of having to makea HIGH WATER. and Perforated Seat Chairs, togetherwith

>*t time allowance of five minutes to the Jes- Saturday, Dec. 5............ 7:08: A.x. 7:26 P. ar.
$ : Mr. T. A. Phillips has been appointed Assistant Sunday, to 6............ 7:51" 8:06"
B"Tj' lie and Nellie, whose time was one hour, Monday, 7. .......... 8:30: 8:47 "' Revolving Spring Chairs. Other
< : m i i General Superintendent of the Florida twenty-three minutes and thirty seconds, Tuesday, 8m.........9.:09 9:27 II
: Railway & Navigation Company with Wednesday," 9.1025: 101 II
! .'1t the latter boat won the third prize (the Mir Thursday, 10............11:02: 10:42 II articles in the Furniture Departmentthat
, headquarters at Jacksonville. Mr. Phillips which Friday, '. 11..........11:44 11:21"
ror cup), is now on display in the
i.." y t will have immediate supervision of theTransportation ENTERED.
(;J" ,,r l''f window of Messrs. Mode Brothers, and will may be mentioned are Whatnots,
: )I" I! Department. Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Bruns-
I ;:..,' I !.I' be at the disposal of the latter boat at the wick, Georgia, daily.
',.if.' FRED W. HOYT & CO. almost Nov. 27-Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from Centre Tables Extension Tables
:l.. ....If are receiving end of the week. The cup is not as elab- .New York; freight and to Flower
r::::;f'l'\H\ daily large additions to their furniture orate as the Mirror would have made it had R. W. Southwick, agent. -

" i f .1 stock. more time, been given to arrange for it ; but i:. Dec. l-SteamshipStateofTexas New York; freight and,Williams passengers,from, to Stands, Hat Racks and Bureaus. Those

r =: 1: Z Mrs. Elizabeth Martin, wife of Chandler we feel sure that if the winner ever attemptsto R. W. Southwick, agent.Nov.29 .
of Palatka, from Beautiful Baskets that at
-Steamship City Vogel, are displayed
} ,J. r
E. Martin Roadmaster of the
: and empty it in our memory it will have occasion Charleston; to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
M1 :\::'a Southern Division of the Florida Railway & to remember us for a long while 29-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
JIk.:: : .. .+ from Pal atka; freight and passengers, our Furniture Store make elegant pres-
: '.l.f: Navigation Company, died, at Starke, on thereafter. to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.

,&, {; .,:'1 Friday, the 27th ultimo, of paralysis. Mrs Dec. 2-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
, \\,, t 't Nassau County Taxes. from Charleston; freight and passen- ents, and the same can be said of the
: Martin was in the 67th year of her age. gers, to W. O.Jeffreys, agent.
The Board of
County Commissioners, at of from
Dec. Palatka ,
Steamship City Vogel
f ,l'Jt.t,,: 1. The brig Salus, Captain Emerson, has just their meeting on Wednesday last approvedthe Palatka; freight and passengers, to Crockery, Glassware, Mirrors, etc. We
..: .t1" finished loading, at Huot's mill, one of the W. O. Jeffreys,
books for Nicholas
tax the year 1885, and issued Dec. 2.-Steam-packet St. Usina, from
i k .' ',l"" finest cargoes of yellow pine lumber that their warrant to Collector Scott. The following Savannah; freight and passengers, to would call particular attention to 0111-
JL1.:7; : : j ever left this port. She will clear for Buenos the Key Line (F. R. &N. Co.)
; figures from the books be of interest
may Nov. 27-Schooner Mary F. Carson, Robinson,
j K<. ,;,-; j Ayres to-day. Mr. Huot will also have completed to the readers of the Mirror: New York; ballast, to master. large assortment of Table and Pocket ;

; ,: ..: ,1t ; loading the schooner Mary Castner for The total number of acres Dec. 2-Schooner Ruth Darling, Chipman, Phila- I

\>f:;.,11')"': .,....i.t Philadelphia, with 300,000: feet of pine lumo assessed in the county is 338,313 4-Schooner York.delphia.Anna R. Bishop, Rulau, New Cutlery, Lamps, etc., etc., (at our Second iI i
Ot these there improved
', ,. b ere were -

'i\\A,"'r' :rat i Mr. J. E. Tucker, recently of Denver,Col.., These lands., including improvements 4,213 Steam-packet Thos.CLEARED.Collyer, Dilwood, for Bruns- Street Store.) j

&. { has been appointed Land Commissioner of ,are valued at$930,494 wick, Georgia, daily.
t of
: I Nov.28-Steamship City San Antonio. Wilder,
h1 :::J the Florida Land & Navigation Company, The town lots are valued at 512,094 for New York; freight and passengers, In the line of seasonable delicacies, we I
There are in the county: by R. W. Southwick, agent.
t ..,..f'" and took: charge of the office on the first in- Of horses....................... 589 Dec. 2-Steamship State of Texas, Williams, for have to 1

r}"; :' stant. Mr. Arthur T. Williams, who has Of cattle....................... 8,240Of R.New W.York Southwick freight and passengers, by addellarg-ely our stock. Nuts,
; ,
';;*-, ::4: r had charge of the office for some three sheep and goats......... 1,951 Nov.Steamship City of Palatka agent. Vogel, for
ftn' > ( *' months, resigned some time ago, but con- Of hogs........................ 4,101 Palatka; freight and passengers, by Jellies, Preserves, Dried Fruits, and an i
These W. O.
animals are valued Jeffreys, Agent.
s tt appointed. I 114,338. 29-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, elaborate of :+
' Other personal property is for Charleston;freight and passengers, display Confectionery, are
I by W. O.Jeffreys, agent.
; assessed to the value of 298,824 Dec. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for !
Swann & Williams have opened
... : Charleston: freight and passengers, by mentionable. keep in large varietyall 1
: r." a branch office in Jacksonville for the sale : Making an aggregate of W. O. Jeffreys agent.

.','j..,.,, ;*:i "f of the valuable lands owned and controlledby real and personal prop- 2-Steamship Palatka;City freight of Monticello and passengers,McKee,,for by the staple Groceries, such as Ferris' 1
assessed of..
; .j. tj them on the line of the Florida Railway erty 1,855,750The W. O. Jeffreys.3Steampacket .

/'f. ":.i &'Navigation Company's railroad. The office St. Nicholas, Usina, for Hams and Boneless Bacon i
town lots, with the exception of Savannah; freight and passengers, by ; very finest
\r:: I, has been located in the State Bank of the Key Line (F. R. N. Co.)
about $15,000, are in Fernandina. 30-Brig Carrie E. Pickering, Marshall, for
l' Jr) :. Florida, on, the, corner of Bay and Pine San Fernando, Trinidad. Creamery Butter and Cheese; fresh Pork f

,:: M. streets, Jacksonville, and will be in charge 'THE TAX. Nov. 27-Schooner Maggie Cain, Scull, for Phila-
*u From this assessment the
&:'*r>"i' '.;>' of Mr. A. T. Williams and S. D. Swann. amounts are to be collected: following Schooner Henry Crosby, Stubbs-, for Port : Sausages.; Fulton Market Corned Beef; P PEitiaFine

H :p Y1\ : An elegant line of carpet rockers-patent Spain; Trinidad. .
general State I
expenses -
1 and common-at: FRED W. HOYT.& CO'S, .. $6,017.22For Bark Salus, Emmons, Shoeham. j Mackerel ; Breakfast delica-

? Centre street. State school purposes Bark Signet, Quebec. l
1,855.79 Schooner Lizzie S. Haynes, Sawyer, New York. 'cues; such'as' Buckwheat> in -'bll1k' and in .
't, '1 r:; The fine steamer St. Nicholas, owned by Total State.................. -$ 7,873.01For Schooner J.B. Holden, Scott, Philadelphia.
',l J the Florida Railway & Navigation Company general county expenses Schooner G. M. Ruckerson, -, New York. ." '
Schooner Seventy-Six, Montgomery, Thomaston packages Oat_ Flakes Oat Wafers and
J 7,873.01 ,,
: ,',: ; .. ,commenced this week tri-weekly trips Maine. .
t:' '\ For county school. purposes Schooner Sallie Ion, West, Belfast, Maine.
;, '" between this port and Savannah. This route 7,423.01For Schooner Mary F. Carson Robinson, New York. tiVheatenGrits' ;. .new 'Florida' Syrup and

i ':':1. has .always been a favorite in the winter county roads......... 1,855.81 Schooner Ruth Darling, Chipman,Philadelphia.
,t ,1t:: ,months, and since the steamships of the For Board of Health... 2,319.26 Schooner Anna R. Bishop, Rulan New York. ,

Line have Total county.............. 19,471.09 Golden Drips ; Canned Goods of every
Charleston calling at Sa-
tJIoj\ stoP.ped. ,List of Letters

ti t,:;1 vannah, the St. Nicholas will, in a measure, Total State and County $ 27,344.10The Remaining; the Post-Office at Fernan- description.In I

i .. fill the want of this connection. The schedule dina, Nassau county; Florida, December5th

f is published elsewhere. Origin of the Old Town;Fire.! 1885. Persons calling for these' letters a word, everything for everybody. ,
In the account of the conflagration Old ,
''Ii. r must say advertised. : -
: ,
;f-.l. .rt.t Fires and Water Supply. Town, published in our last issue,'the origin'of Artis,."Mary McCarl, G. W. .:' .f

f ) Is there nothing be done in reference the fire was attributed to sparks from the Cutler, John J. Marshall, Linda. .: ;

i: ,.. to a water supply for Fernandina? Every chimney of Miss Seton's dwelling, as was Clark, H. C. McNeely, Thomas

t.. town on the coast, as well .as many on the stated to a representative of the Mirror by Douglais, John Milltor, A. .
v ''Dorsev, "W. M. Marson Sammie
; -t' St. Johns and in the interior, have successfully residents of Old Town. Miss Seton writes FRED
Ellis. D. H. 'Nathiel, Josephine &
\ ... obtained'an ample water supply by the Mirror that this statement, is erroneous, Griffin, Dennis Sheldon, Isaac IOYT CO.

1 )t' 'p :\ means of artesian wells. The well bored at that her chimneys were cleaned by being Hayes, Shade ..Tomkins, Mary ,- : i ij
Harrison Thomson T. N.
.fit: Read's mill establishes the fact that an artesian frequently burned out, and that there is
g t r m Holland, Chas. Thomas, L. A.
i ,"p'it'' well,need not be sunk toa greater: depth' every. reason to suppose that the sparks>, Ledd, Alice Walker, R: W. _
'" t i than 300 feet to secure'an ample flow of wa- I came from a source from which it had been I Lombart, Ross Wyley, Toney

:' .1" ''m ter. ;A six-inch bore would' probably meet I: dreaded for winters past namely, the build- Libetom Lombard., AmeusVilison Mariah Wattier,.Josephine Tomas Furniture Store, Centre Street. :

l' our present demands. Why is it not done? ing used for the public school. The day Thomas Williams.S .

m c We are already admonished that the season being very cold, a large:fire:was required to : T. RIDDELL, P. M. ,
conflagrations has already come. The make the large cheerless room endurable Grocery! Store and: Office: Second Street.

IVrfa; fire at Old Town destroyed more uninsured and that in all probability, the chimney At .It. L' Arnou ,

property than'a well would have cost. Why was very foul. The wind being from the 10,000 Oranges: ; ,. ... ._.. ._ ... ; ...,.. .. .. .
the ., '
west sparks were carried to her roof and '" ; 'C" '. '' < :' r. .- '
10 barrels Apples. ."; .?. .., .,,. '
is not something done? ignited there. ;' !' .:., ....;.i.,. ..:;.r. ;,.. '..4i'1'.k; :: ;; <..;.-r" \ "C ':-r.; ;

:1''''I oJ'i i Potatoes, Onions, Cabbages. ." .', ;" .. ,.. .. ,' ;

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