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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 12, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VIII. FERNANDINA: FLA., SATURDAY* DECEMBER 12,, 1885.T KO.3. *
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,1 Sad Death.A Florida' Appropriations.The Mrs. 'Grundy Says

Board of Trade was organized in Fer- Washington correspondent of ,the That there, is a demand for tenement .
nandina some years ago. It held 'one meeting Times-Union sends to that paper the folio w- CCC H H RRRR II SSSS TTTTTMN NM A SSSS buildings renting from $10 to$20 per month

,pot tired, and lay down to rest. It has wing extract from Secretary Manning's report C 0 H 'H R ,RIIS 'S T MM. MM AA S S That if there is any desire on the part of;
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for its officersto the estimates for!. MM A A S our citizens of
awakened since, except in reference to Florida means to advance the
never C H H R R II S T' ',1\11\1 1\11\1 A. A :S pros-
attend a banquet paid for by some one improvements : C perity of this place,they should
HHHH RRRR. ,II SSSS T' M 111 1\1 A A SSSS see that the
. else, and to participate. in a free excursion. For internal revenue. 14000. For rivers C H HR',, R.II S T :M 1\1'\1 1A A S above demand is supplied ; ,
, and harbors Apalachicola bay $45,000 harbor CCHHRRII STM: MM M AAAAA. S That vacant lots are altogether ioo
con-
A Fratricide in Jail. at Cedar Key 20000. harbor at., Key C'' C H'' H' R R II'S S'' T M M MA AS S spicuous, in]Fern an di na. .
Gilbert Gibson, a colored man, from West $35,000 harbor'at Tampa bay $37,000, CCC H H R R II SSSS TM: M MA A SSSS That Collector
harbor at Pensacola $60,000, Apalachicola Mahoney and Deputy Stew-
Ferry was sent to the county jail, in Caloosahatchie river, 13000. .4J>
};ing s river $20,000 art do not yet show any evidence of severe
thirdly, by Justice J. H. Haddock this Choctawhatcb.ee river$15.000, Escambia and i mental
... disturbance over the complicated duties
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$5.- ""-
killing his brother Emanuel Gibson Conecuh rivers $15,000. LaGrange bayou
week for river$58.000, Peace creek $5.- of their recently assumed positions.
with an axe, on Friday of last week. 000 700, St.Manatee Johns river $638.800, Suwanee river ;:''"f'; ?" -_ ,'J1WFASHIONABLEAND,.,.... '! That the deputy gazes 'with pitying eye

two brothers got into an altercation $37.000 Volusia bar $7,500, Withlacoochee ;, r' ,' .)'
The the three
DURABLE- a upon yard masters in his former
colored woman, to whom both river $13,400. :
a "
about o'f" : position.
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Denied attention, which resulted in Under the coast survey $10,000 is recommended ', ;' "'
to pay for the survey of the western toast That the Fernandina Boat Club are think-
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the killing; of Emanuel. Gilbert escaped to of Florida. ing of another regatta for',Christmas! day.
Georgia, but afterwards remorse for his For the salary of the Register and Receiverof F o. @rTWEAR That complaint is made, because ModeBrothers'
worked him to such an Public lands at Gainesville. $6,000; for ,
crime upon
awful the completion of postoffice'and courthouse clock, does not keep either sun or
extent that he returned to King's Ferry, at Pensacola. $10.000; for continuing :Mo- -AT standard time. i

gave: himself up to the authorities, confessed squito Inlet improvements, $40,000 ; for establishing That President Cleveland ,lost his reputa-
his crime, and was sent to the coun- a4i jght at Hillsboro Inlet,$17.500;
tion for
in
brevity issuing his last
national
for sites for two martellow towers at Key
ty jail here. 'V cst. $9,000; restoration of Fort Marion, J. H. PRESCOTTSIT address.

The Scotch Colony. $10,006. That those old favorites, "Thomas and

The efforts recently made through the These figures represent nearly all the Jeremiah," have made their annual appearance

columns of the New York Tribune to keep the prominent public works requiring Federal ," ;

Scotch colony, under the leadership of :Mr. aid, with the exception of Cumberland That they can be found by going throughthat

Tait from coming to Florida have proved sound and St.Mary's river-the most prominent IS IMPRACTICABLE AND UNNECESSARY .TO little side gate on Centre street near
futile. The Scotch are a hard-headed race, of all. The latter, being the boundary 5" the Downey block.

and once they make up their:minds, it takes line between Georgia and Florida, is ,: ATTEMPT'TO, GIVE A DETAILED LIST OF That the store windows begin to show the

the mere statements that they generally]] credited to Georgia, and hence, extensive brain work of our artistic clerksin

cannot more than stand the climate, and that they probably,' its omission by the Times-Union ,rr' 'lIYA,:;. : GE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT,,, Ir arranging Christmas. novelties.

know nothing whatever about the raisingof correspondent. We take the liberty to sup- ; : OF STYLISH AND' SERVICEABLE That the Fernandina youth need not I

the products of Florida successfully and ply his omission from General Gilmore's report ',. .: ,.:. ',' hang up a very long stocking Christmas eve,

profitably to keep them away.A as follows : : unless the pay car puts in an appearancesoon.

telegram was received yesterday by Mr. On the improvement of the entrance to SLIPPERS. .

A. 0. MacDonell, the General Passenger Cumberland sound, Florida and Georgia, BOOTS SHOES That the "Avery Transfer" enterprise
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Agent of the Florida Railway & Navigation $7: ,115 was expended during the past fiscal shows evidence of thrift in having the sec-

Company, from Mr. H. R. Duval, the Receiver year and $3,398 remains available. It is ex- *Y ond wagon on the streets.
that ,pected by means of jetties to maintain 'u low ; That the probable removal of the passen-
and General Manager, stating I HAVE E. C. BURT'S LADIES' FINE BOOTS,
the Scotch colony had left New York on the water channel not less than 20 feet deep ger depot of the Florida Railway & Naviga-

Mallory steamship State of Texas for Florida, through the entrance to the channel in BURT & MEARS': AND HANAN & SON'S GENTLElIEN'S tion Company from Centre to Beech street. :

on Thursday last, the Messrs. Mallory &Co. place of the present depth of 13 feet. The is not taken very kindly by the croakers;

having held the steamer there two days for amount remaining available is too small to SHOES,, PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE' That they hint, suggestively, inasmuch as
numbers be used during the next fiscal year. At the all the officers of that company, cannot get
which
them. The party, eighty- NEW YORK ,AND EASTERN GOODS, IN HAND;
four, will probably arrive in this city to- present rate of progress, the report' says, to the,Mecca of their ambition-Jackson-

morrow. Every attention possible will be thirty or forty years will be required to com- MACHINE, AND STANDARD SCREW WORK. :ville-they try to move. !-their offices as near

shown them by the railroad officials. Theygo plete the project,and it is recommended that to it as they can without leaving the corporate -

to the Gulf coast, about 100 miles southof $600,000 'of $1,806,023 necessary to completethe THESE GOODS. ARE HONESTLY AND' SUBSTANTIALLY' limits of this county,;.
improvement be appropriated as soon as That: as the distance by rail from here to
Tampa. ,..,,;. : MADE: FROM SOUND STOCK 'TO I
practicable: Jacksonville will,be so much shortened by
Shipments'from This Port. No work:'.has 'been' donednring the'past : :::tb1#MYJiESPECl&Llr-ORDER: :FOR R TAIL-dus'TOl\i- ', : .' ,, : the removal of the depot info Duval county,

During the past week the following: ship- fiscal year on the improvement of the inside they hope the fare;will be )reduced: "accord' -
ments were made from this port via the New passage between Fernandina and the St. TRADE, AND MUST NOT BE CONFOUNDED ingly;

York and the Charleston steamship lines: John's river, Fla., and $4 still remains avail- That they suggest that the new depot be
Per steamship San Antonio-1,971 pack- able. An appropriation is asked for the WITH ORDINARY SHODDY GOODS MANUFACTURED called the Half-way House.

ages oranges, 47 cases cedar, 30 logs cedar, next fiscal year. FOR JOBBERS. That she should like to know the cost of
bales cotton 100 barrels rosin 75 bar-
1,011 ,
the crack boat of the Fernandina Boat Club
rels spirits of turpentine, 248 sacks cotton Our Fire Department. FOR THE SAME, OR EVEN A LESS PRICE -the Undine-as some of her friends wish
seed, 44 cans shrimp and 58 packages mer-
the information for the purpose of, building
chandise.Per HOW TO MAKE IT MORE EFFICIENTSUGGESTIONS THAN IS ASKED FOR UNRELIABLE GOODS, I
after her model, provided their means will +
steamship Carondelet-2,400 packages TO TilE CITY FATIIERS.
CAN GIVE YOU A SHOE POSSESSING MORE permit.
oranges, 340 bales cotton, 136 cases cedar, A recent City Council kindly allowed our -

184 barrels rosin, 20 barrels spirits of turpen- citizens to be assessed for the purchase of a STYLE TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. MORE Died,
tine, 1C bales moss and 56 packages mer- fire engine and a hook and ladder truck. On Thursday, the 9th of December, at

chandize.Per Both have proved themselves of great value WEAR, AND (HAVING A GREAT VARIETY OF Crandall, Fla., Mary Alice, the beloved

steamship City of Monticcllo-4,124 to our city in saving property from destruction wife of Captain Edward ,Warden, late of

boxes oranges, 21 bales cotton, 36 barrels by the flames. Recent experience, how- SHAPES AND WIDTHS FROM WHICH TO SE- Sunderland, England.This .

fish and 112 packages merchandise. ever, has proven that their efficiency is sad and unlooked for event has casta
LECT ONE HUNDRED PER CENT. MORE
Per steamship City of Palatka-2,800 boxes likely to be impaired by delays in reachingfires. : ) gloom over the community in which Cap-

oranges, CG bales cotton, 12 barrels fish and No one will dispute the assertion that COMFORT. .' tain Warden and his wife though only recent -

33 packages merchandise. a fire apparatus, however valuable in itself, is settlers, had already won the esteem
not useful unless it can reach the conflagration IT IS NOW A RECOGNIZED FACT, THAT THE and regard of their neighbors. Everythingthat

Turn the Tramps Out! that is to be extinguished or controlled.Our the most thoughtful kindness could
With the regularity of the annual influxof fire apparatus we are quite likely to INGENUITY OF TANNERS IN PREPARING STOCK suggest was tendered by their many friends,

tourists and winter visitors, comes also have some day, will not do us much good ENABLES THE MANUFACTURERS OF SHOES TO and deeply appreciated but in vain.
that curse of civilization, the tramp. Fer- when stuck in a sandy street half a mile The funeral took place Thursday, in the!

nandina in common with the rest of Flor- from a fire. Only last Sunday, both the en- MAKE UP WORK HAVING ALL THE OUTWARD beautiful cemetery at St. Mary's.

ida, for the past few weeks has been over- gine and truck were gotten to where the fire The bereaved husband has the sincere

run with these disreputable characters-in was only by the exertions of a few men who, APPEARANCES OF HONEST GOODS, AND THATIT sympathy of the community in his truly

almost every instance strong, able-bodied had the fire not been under control when sad affliction.
REQUIRES AN EXPERT OR A THOROUGHLY
men, well fitted to earn: their livelihood by they arrived would have been too ex-

honest! labor. The large contingent of Italians hausted to do any work. POSTED SHOEMAN: TO DETECT THE DECEPTION. Anderson's Agents wanted Plant all Protectors over the,South insect,,to frost sell

which has arrived here by the Mallory I Then, too, there is no proper means of and waterproof. Special territory and liberal -

steamers, and are :still continuing to come, I sounding an alarm of fire, and delays that commission. For information, address

seem to furnish no small quota of this num may prove serious are likely to occur from GEO.ANDERSON,60 Fulton st.,New York.
RELIABLE G O O D S ++++++++.++++ .
ber. These pests appear to be getting more that cause. The best department in the French Candles and Confectionery

insolent from year to year. Among others world, without a proper alarm and facilitiesfor :1. -AT For the Holidays, at

tbis week, three Italians, with bagpipe, monkey reaching a fire, would be almost. value-, WHITHER & SCHUYLER'B.
,etc.,"did"the town. They were not sat- less. ; i a M I <++* *". --REASONABLE PRICES '
J. & T. Kydd's Special Bargains.
isfied to follow the usual custom of their
It is clearly the duty of the Council to J
guild, but made house to house 1 case good dark Prints at 4J cents per
a canvass,
provide at once a proper, fire bell, and arrange IS MY MOTTO.
invading, especially in the up-town part, for horses to haul the apparatus to yard.
where 1 case best Prints at 5 cents per yard..
the male members of the
family were fires. There should be no delay about it.
down Selected styles at 6 cents yard. .
town about their business per
even the Let the cow ordinance and, if necessary, the .
residences. It seems to us that it is clearly discussion over the policemens' salaries be fiORDERS BY MAIL WILL RECEIVE CARE- All wool scarlet Knit Undershirts at 65

within the province of the city's police authorities given a vacation, and the subject of savingthe FUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION. .' cents, worth $1.
Brocaded Dress Goods at 15 cents, worth
to order all such idle and
disrepu-
lives and property of the people be con-
table characters to leave' the city at short sidered. 25 cents.
notice. .. : Job lot all Linen 'Towels half price, from
And as to the Fire Department, it is the \ ,
) J. H. PRESCOTT 10 cents up.Ladies' .
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The Florida duty of the officers to thoroughly organizeand
Dispatch ,,.. -. h',_ Jerseys at 50 cents.
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Mr. C. W. DaCosta, of this city, and proprietor drill the companies so that the men .i. : .- (': ,' ,
r'J', t. ., 100 pair Pants from $1.50 to $4.00.below
of the largest and best job printing may be prepared to work intelligently, and ,' ;i.. '. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. regular price.
establishment in the State, has purchased to advantage, when the occasion offers. : ; ,. ., New stock of Overcoats, just received

from Mr. C.D.Owens,of Savannah,all of his Everybody will admit that something. ; ,. from $3 up. ". J. & T. KYDD. .

interest in the Florida Dispatch newspaper,, should be done, but will anybody do it? ; .: _'{: H".1.' "
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published in this city. Mr. DaCosta is now Neufchatel Cheese,

sole owner of the paper, and will probably:> Notice to TaxPayers.I English Dairy Cheese, '
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CCC :H ''';H RRRR.. II SSSS1Tr'rMN' NMA SSSS '
at an Eidarn Cheese, .
early date, make ,several changes in am now ready to receive.the State
and ,
the C CH HR: RIIS 'S T 'ID1" MM AA' S S Pine Apple Cheese,
editorial County taxes assessed the real '
depa.rtment.-Jacbonville- Daily in the upon and C CH HR, R n's' T MM ;MM:; AA S' At WHITHER & 8cHuYLER'e.Wint .
Herald. personal property county of Nassau
Fla., for the year 1885, and can be found at, I C 'H HR 'RIIS' T MM ::1.I:1tr' AA, S
Dehesa Raisins, my office in the store of Mr.Emil Friend, C HHHH RRRR II SSSS T' M M '}1 M A.A SSSSC Clothing.
For table use, 'corner Centre and Third streets every Wed H H R R II S TM M 'M' ,,,M A. A S Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at F.
At WHITNER & SCHtiYLE 's.Scarlet .' nesdayand Saturday, when not on a collecting CCHHRRII STM MM M AAAAA S PAUL FUNKE'S. '
tourin the CCH 'H R RIIS.' ST 1\1U': M A ASS
county.WARREN .
All Wool' F. SCOTT, CCC H H R R II SSSS T M 31. M A A SSSS Gents Furnishing Goods,
Flannel Shirts. 80 cents. Collector of Revenue, Nassau County. ,. 'At great bargains, at ,
W. J. LOHMAS, Fernandina, Fla., December 71885. .PAUL FUl'f' ] E'8.,



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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : DECEMBER 12 1885. I

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Ifliw, ; FORTf1:1?E TELL1XI<' 1 be off i in theVsninmer, Housed, to give I the world except*?hatf she made giving wl n"w'e'wr.re married,' says she ; 'he; .ducedi'.teCause I must run home as '
{I me the keys, and liwas; to look-in every musjc 1 lessons,;or something.of the was alone in the world, as I was, and fast as I can with the medicine for
,I1t, A A glenm stretch of p of'ld broad(rum hiue the.sunset sky;,, i.p"%' :. ''nighit and morning to see"that,11'othing/' sort. ,The(r. oy didn't say 'no more,and' I never'knew:"he had been rich l; Then, 1 mamma ;'. and before I. could say a
A glimmer of distant: waters: .1 went wrong; When the family came kept so' q iet. his father thought the I saw in ajoainute as how 'twas. The. word that Brave little thing wa oft I
'' : With fragrant meadows nigh p 'J. back I/always/ got a handsome.. extra, business 'was"'all! over, but Master: :boy? ''had 't, 'told a word. He'd been went inside, and I got.what I ould to
'' .1' ..;0. \. w', : '""40 '.i for Iftr.'Chauncey 'never'was*ilean 'It Frank, being headstrong and 'u'sed't6 too.' "to'Tetr l ;"''her; know what he'd give'them children in the morning but
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,. Cattle Along loitering a dusty homeward road; wasn't his love of money as' broughtthe having his own way, went and married done, and yet again too proud to 'acknowledge the thought of Master Frank's son Laving -
Afar in a distant wheat field, trouble, but .his pride:-his pride, the girl anyhow." When he come. even to her,that his father nothing but ,a tin horse worth ten
,5 I A lumbering harvest load.' sir-for if that old gentleman was home that night and told his father' hadn't acted square'with him. I didn't cents for his Christmas, and that, too,
Near by in the meadow-pasture, King of England, he couldn't bemore; what he'd done, Mr.: Chauncey just got l say any more then about Master: coming from me, made me hide the
f '/ In the midst'of clovers red. .. .... .. atuct} ,JIP about, his .name and family up,and said.:, Yon can go.sir; you'reno Frank'speople, but,1 kept her talking things away soon as I got home. I
rl ,. Janette stood pulling a daisy star; than he is now. When :Miss Alice was son of mine.' Then, after Master until I fOundout, just how: things were. couldn't give *em myself, but my wife
With the sunk ht,ou.her head. about ten years old, :Mrs. Chaunceydied. Frank had rushed out,of the house, his It seems, after they got married, they she carried 'em up next day.
''t **He-loves-me-not!" she murmured I remember the night well, sir; father told David, who had stood andheard went off 'to another city, and .Master "That was ,a hard winter for Mrs
As the petal fluttered low. but that's many a year; ago.. .After' it" all,to call his daughter and Frank he, tried to get work, but some- Frank. She couldn't get her strength:
.. } ., Suppose And .et-"et the last I must should know tell ]the" same? that I didn't.see the.family much, for the servants. When they came, he how nothing, suited him. And how but she never lost courage,and always
t'A' iK f ) the front shutters they, were always told 'em all, then and there, as how could it, sir, when he never'd been putto believed things would hold out till she
.b 'r So. one by one from her fingers kept closed, and when ,I met :Mr. 'twas, and said whoever mentioned nothing steady ? Still, they managed ." was able to work, and then all wouldgo
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r' Her The sweet snowy face!petals flushed) fell with, eagerness Chauncey he had hishead bowed, and Master Frank's name in ,his presence one way and another, and were smooth. ,And so it would 'a done,
a f4p To know what the last would tell. never seemed to notice me. I used to would leavethe: house, even if 'twas happy as two doves together.: for she isn't one o' them fine ladies as
lEti'A talk with David, the butler, some-- Miss Alice herself. Then he stalkedup They'd been married seven years; sits down, when trouble comes with-
r ? A step shadow in the across grass her behind own her; times, when I was passing'up and stairs tothe: boy's room,''locked the ,and had a ,little ,girl and a little ,boy, out'knowing 'Yhich'way to turn'
While a rich voice deeper than hers foretold. down nights, and he told me as how door, and. put they key in his pocket. :when the foundry where! Master Frank '" But one night in the spring, whenI
*; i '' Her fortune in tender tone. Mr. Chauncey paid no attention to And that's the way things was going on, 'was acting as'clerk went under. They'd was walking! along my beat, I gavea
The cattle strayed, cropping the clover, anything but them two children, and sir. Miss Alice, she was' crying a'mostall :had the gumption, sir--or she had ; j jump, for there was'the big house all
The 'sunset turned gold, especially to Master Frank, and, ''how the time, and she., said to the old, her young husband never'd 'a done.itto lighted up, and I saw Miss Alice her-
While'pretty Janette her fortune heard- he'd always have th '.little fellow on butler': 'David,' says.she: 'search day'. '- lay by a penny'; so when he got self at one o' the windows. You can
1" Though KLudlum the daisy.in never told Other! Saturday. his knee after dinner, finding out what and night for my poor brother, for Ia! ;an offer to go with, a company to the be sure I didn't lose any time in hunt-
/ Every he'd been learning! the daytime; for never-shall ;;..rest till r can help him.' Brazils, he I, left what they'd saved for 'ing up 'David, and he' told me as how
,_ ON CHRISTMAS EVE. they had ;a >governess: them childrendid Search we did David and I, up and. her, and off he went. 'I hadn't the Mr. Chauncey was all broke up, and
,.although'''twas Miss'Alice took all down,' by night and by day, for either courage tojSay; no,' she says, although he believed he ,was just pining away
''Good evening, Joe, .and merry the care of her brother, who was three one of us would 'a died for that boy, it'broke my heart to let him go, for he about Master Frank ; for the first thing<
i g .,*E Christmas to you." years younger than she was. They and yet quicker for Miss Alice. Bu. 'was so eager, and sure, he would come 'he 'did,after he got into the house was
The same to you, sir,.and many of said it,.Was-touching,--sir, the. way she'd:, it wasn't, no use sir; we never found back with plenty of money./ The"'party 'to go up to that'ooy's room and unlock
t 'em too." play.. little mother to him. a' trace of him, and' ,the girl he'd mar- had :gone :out exploring some big the door, which hadn't been opened
.vw'..., :',.'.' As I came along B-. street on a "Sorrow always' has to give way ried was gone, too: river, and making out how to bring summer norwinter all them yearsand
t'C't ,"p crisp, sparkling Christmas eve, I en before sunshine, I've noticed, and it Things went on gloomy enough in things that grew there down to the go in and shut himself up. It wasn't
f .A countered the old night watchman Joe, wasn't so many months after the mother -, the big house after that. :Miss Alice, coast. He'd been' gone about two no use his repenting now, I told David,
fit!; ; standing ou the sidewalk in front of a died that the great house! was all she didn't seem minded to marry, and years when she got a letter as said he 'and the boy dead and gone ; but that's
-,t 'i.?.' "< ,;:brilliantly-lighted mansion, gazing up thrown open againjust as I've, seen' MivGhauncey; ,he got' sterner and si- went out'in a boat one day with two 'the:way folks does mostly, sir ; when
.,,: '"' I at the windows, through the' halfpraised happen to 'dozens of other houses in lenter every day. I used to meet him, more, and they'd' never come back. there's no mortal good in it, thay comes
P } t r curtains of, which were, to be the street here, arid then ;.1, : begun' to sometimes; pacing, up 'land dpwn the, The' place ,was ti vild, .and an easy one around right. Master Frank-was gone,
,', f had glimpses of a Christmas tree. see :Miss Alice and. Master\ Frank. I walk. ,at, itikht", ,but I never said no to get l lost in, and they'd most likely but them as belonged to him were here,
,* \I 1,,:, fmt-f:' I had lived only six months in'B- used to see a gre t: deal of them children -: more 'nor' 'good evening to him, for died off somewhere in the swamp. Still and the.thing, to be donewas:: to take
'(:)Itf't jh 'i"Ry' f with any of its inhabitants. wild one, and would often scamper on' my mind-a lh; 'lwas.afore. He hadn't her money was a'most'gone, and in the about without stopping. She's a big-
'ft ';k : Bnt I had made friends;;with the old the street at hours when he should "done right by that boy. Not that I ,little place where he left'her there was hearted little woman, if ever there was
I ':" : night watchman before I had lived a have been home- in bed. He didnt! .dont: ;blame the boy, too, for it wasn't 'nothing be done; so she'd gathered one. Mrs. Frank loved her right away.
:\;; I': week on the street. He had come to mind anybody'but'Jiis :,sister/'but'she:; '' :isquare' .for him"'to go'"agin his father to courage and come back here again, She didn't'want'to take a thing from
.t : '-J my door, as customary toward new could do most anything with him,' for that length, nor yet to bring troubleon thinking she,could,get scholars among'the her at first; 'but there's no standingout
: f'j : : resident, to inquire I wished his .services he was a soft-hearted little chap when his sister; but, bless you, sir, boys people she used to know. The against Miss Alice. She always
'::t;'rt( s.'' and, I was so struck-with the appearance you knew how-to touch him.right, but don't 'stop ,tb think' of what's ahead worry and the exertion had broke her has her way, somehow, and she took
lit 'of the that I had: ever and self-willed when : down and there' she sir too weakto nice she fixed
L. ) man headstrong asboys are, they're, .Qtily twenty-two years was, 'em,to' some rooms up,
\ 'fI! since availed myself of every'opportu- sir. As years parsed) them two corrie as tHis one:was ; and if they get a pret- lift a finger.,, And the idea, too, ofa and, there wasn't enough she could do,
; i nity to talkwith: him. Rarely'have' to be as handsome a. pair as'you ever ,ty face.in, their minds,,they don't con- 1ady.Iike.she was living in such lodg- especially for them children. She went
>i ,! met one of his class who' possessed soY saw-Miss Alice with her sweet blue sider father nor sister, nor anybody, but ings ; but she got the cheapest she and told her father ,all about 'em, too,
i t much intelligence and good' sense. He eyes and lady-like/ways; 'and' 'Master the girl they want' to marry. could that was decent and 'how and how'Master Frank'was dead, nobody
.i ftm f. : was tall and muscular, with a' grip likeiron Frank with his,fresh, eager face. The ."''More. than ten years went on, and "'twas. :Youmay think it odd,her'tell! knew when nor where. The old
which had' been tested'several only thing that troubled me' was'* the never a wo rd' of ''Master:r 'Frank. Mr. ing me so much, sir"and I a strangerand man just,hid his face, David said, and
: : 4 'times when unruly boys or suspicious- boy never would ,stick, to, anything.His Chauncey And Miss, 'Alice had gone ,a working-man ; but soon as she didn't say a word. After_ ,a while,
M', $. ,> looking: ,loungers'came in'his way. He father sent him to college-for traveling.in'Europe, and taken David found I'd known her husband, it Alice,' says he, their home is here.
i '" 4.l \1'); : : was very proud of the character, 'of 'his there was nothing he wouldn't do'for: with:"'em', ana,the'big' house was shut 'seemed to do her good to talk. But not yet. I couldn't bear it yet:
ir'J fl, : street, and of repeated that.i i in the :Master Frank-but he was back homein up, when one afternoon, as I..was sit- "I,was just going, when out came Nor. Mrs. g Frank she ,couldn't ,briog-
N', t thirty years he had had care of it there less 'an three months. I didn't : ting at home, my"wife'says', Joe, there'sa ,the little girl from an:inner.room.'leading herself to"'go there neither, "till, just a
;n '. a ij had ben'no robbery"and no disturbance like it, Joe;'. he says to me one night: poor sick woman moved into the upper a ,little 'boy, about, four year old. little while 'before Christmas, without
i !r'j:; of anyserlOus character. A strongTiearted What's the need_ anyway, to do whatI floor today"and I was thinking if If there ever was, anybody repeated, saying a'wordhejust sent Mrs. Franka
!r.ij.: ;>i noble man he was, too., His don't like?' And so the boy staidat you'd carryher-up; a bowl of hot broth over again, there was that boy the image letter, and begged her for her hus-
rig t: L 1 ..ru gge4,,kindly face, with Its,crow of home, drove his ponycarriageround i i.t.wouJ n'.t come, ,amiss;' My wife was of his father at his age ; the same band's sake, and for the sake of his old
:. ,)\it gray, tangled hair,' was worthy of a town, sailed his yacht, and ailing, sir, or she'd gone up herself; rosy cheeks and curly hair clustering father, who never'd known a happy
', .J. ijl painter's study: Even the proud resident's amused himself with lots of ,other but as' 'twas;; I" took\ -the broth and round his forehead, and the same handsome day sincehe turned his boy away from
I of the street esteemed,him highly young fellows, whose company didn't went. When I knocked, a bright lit-: willful face. him, to come and take possession of
trwa t; ':' and befrIendedhIm_ in,many ways. do him any good. t. -' tle girl1 opened the, door;' and when I,. '* When I got on my beat 'that nightI what was her own, as it would have
'': sii, !i i As Joe stood on the sidewalk that "But there, come .time., sir, when ,went in I saw lying on the sofa as pret- thought it all over.; :Miss Alice was been 'her husband's, and he alive.
':tJ" I"I bright Christmas eve I noticed that he he was changed. I couldn't tell. just ty a young woman as ever I sot eyes off, mere was nobody but me to What with the letter and Miss Alice
i1 _) .i was much more serious han usual,and how it came'about; nor no .more just on.: But'' I saw another thing, sir. look, after Master Frank's wife and urging her, for the children's sake, she
r;} J ,wfa less inclined to talk. After my greeting what the change was, but I'd see him Standing on ja..little table against the them two blessed children, and, what consented. And to-night they went,
;rk?." | he turned and began to move slowly when he come home late sometimes, wall, right '''where the* sunshine was could I do fit for such as them, any- sir. They've been trimming a big
V d '..,3'r sJI up the street;: letting his club fall on and there was a difference. He got falling, was a'picture of :Master Frank. way? tree at the house for them little ones.
; ; the -sidewalk with! dull. thuds as he quieter, and his voice when he spoketo My husband's picturesaid the lady, I used to ,go up to see 'em every I And old Mr. Chauncey he has been as
!il walked. At this instant the door of the me was as soft and'g ritle 'as' it'usedto seeing me standing stock-still before it. day after that, and Miss Nell-that's I eager as a boy, and Miss Alice couldn't
r", reat house was thrown open, and a be when he was a little boy. One I didn't know whatto say., I, was so the little girl-and little Master.Frank: make it nice enough to suit him. Last
.ji.l : right stream of light came out, in night he came home earlier than usual, took 'aback; Strange; sir, but when they come to call me Joe,' just as their : night when I passing he come to the
f!;' { which stood a sweet little girl and I said tomyself that young man's ; you've been longing for years for something 'father had done afore 'em. Little by :. front door. Joe,' says he, taking.hold
t tt"j ; \ Joe," she cried-" Joe, are you in trouble ; for he walked :right by me happen, when ,it does happenyou little I told Mrs. Frank Chauncey the of my hand, God bless you, Joe 1 1' It
Jilt,l:! there?" and never looked, nor said,good even: don't do the thing as'would seem whole truth about her husband to that isn't for me to tell what more he said,
';Ql" :j ,: 'I Yes, :Miss Nell," he' answered; ing, as he always had, before. Aboutan natural.; So,,instead, of going to workto day. She didn't seem to care about but as ''for giving up watching my
this. hour later I down find out' about that there I the said how thefather had houses I've taken of this
1/. y(I:,r'1; IS me. as was coming boy, was money, as as care many
t -t Here, Joe," she said, I'm not to the street, again, I heard,Mr. Chaun- standing and thinking of nothing except cast Frank off, that was an end on't, years, I couldn't do it-not till I am
(1Jgrl ask you to come in now, because that cey's front door slam as if a hurricanehad how out of place I was bringing a and never a cent would she ,touch if forced to, sir. But'if I'd''been dressedin
!.,j { would be off duty' you know, but I 'bio wed it, and tearing down,the bowl of 'broth 'to' Mrs. Frank Chaun I 'twas offered her. purple and fine linen I couldn't
found this on the very topof the tree; steps came Master Frank.. cey. I don't know how long I'd 'astood After that things got awful. :Mrs. have felt prouder' nor happier than I
l i and see, it has your name on it," handing I I don't know how I dared ,take the there with that bowl of broth in Frank she grew worse every day, till a did when ne spoke to me that way.
:,1'j 1 1 f him a neat little package, and it'ssuch liberty, sir, but I did. I steps rightup my hands, if the ,little miss hadn't kind of low fever came on her, and "When Mrs. Frank and the children -
I tt1J\\ a splendid tree;and everybody is to him, and takes hold of his arm. brought a chair and asked me to sit everything fell on 'that blessed little were coming_ seemed as if the
I ': a'ii.i; BO happy. Were not strangers tonight Master 'Frank.' says I, there's trouble down. Then I got sense to say, Excuse Nell. Oh;she was a fare'one for sucha old man' couldnt: bear it, after all ;
t 4. i' Santa Claus and I, are we, Joe ?" going,on ,for you But I've: Jjnown me, Mrs.Cnauncey, but !my wife mite! The way she'd dust around and up he went,to Master Frank's old
'; .And! with a merry little laugh she van you since you was 'a baby, and whatever thought as how you was"poor f folks like and take care of' her mother and the room, and there he staid. But when
r'', t fished 'tis, I'm the one as says itVnothing : us, or,she wouldn't/a, ; 'made so'bold as little chap, too, beat' all T ever see, sir. they got there; what did 'Miss Alice
4:t,$:. ':+ Blessed little mite," said he, in a wrong.! : to send some::1 -broth, thinking ''you'djust The money gave out, of course. :Money' do but take the little chap-he was
t choked voice. Then, after going a '" 'No;Joe,' he says"", in a voice, as moved'inand* -hadn; f t got a' fire always has ,that way'with it :when'it's dressed in a little black velvet suit,
block or more without speaking, he wasn't his-' ifs nothing wrong.' He made,maybe.: most wanted,I've'noticed._ :Mrs/Frank! with .a plaid'scarf over ,,his shoulder,
L; Ji added: Sir, if you don't mind walk- couldn't stand still, so I walked'' alongup "Ve.are "poor, very poor,' she an- she gave me, every '''blessed thing she just such as :Master ,Frank, used to
}11'JI* '" ; ing up and_ down my beat a little, I'll the street at his side. Suddenly he swered me, and thank ''your wife very could spare to sell for .her, and I had wear: -and lead.him up to where his
", :t' tell you a story as makes the merriest stopped.I Good-bye, Joe,' said he; I kindly.' to do it, much as it went'agin- mebut, grandfather was. She just pushed
r 'h !1 ; Christmas eve of my life. It isn't, ;any won t be here any more I'm married;' Oh,'she"was'alady, sir, every'inch she never dreamed how little I got for open the door and put him inside,and
t family secret, or I wouldn'tbe the,one and before I could say a word he was off ,of.her. You: idn' have tolook long 'em. That was the most I could, dosir. ,. came away as fast as she could. They
,, ,to tell it. It's a history, as everybody? -clean gone in the darkness, 'sir.A to see that.t, Might make so '''bold, .. waited and.waited, and Miss Alice she
'I' fi ," knows, and to-night its 'over, ,happily baby might have knocked me down as says:!," as to ask where your husband ''I was thinking to-night about wanted ,to light the tree ; and the
;, 'Blessedly over: solar, as, it can ,be, considering I stood there.. ,My breath. was, took. might bef now, ma'am?' You see I Christmas eve just one year ago., I ., youngster didn't come. So she told
\: : : : him that's gone." away. I tramped: u"and, ,downfall' ;was 1't a bit natural, for I felt kind of was coming along the street early in David,to .and.. get him. When David -
: ;, walked quietly at his side until,he that night, pondering and'' thinking, "awkward"'before the.lady, and: didn't the.evening! when what :should. ,I see went ne saw little Master Frank
\i'! 'C i: \ was pleased, to speak,, and! could make nothing out of it. know how she'd' take being questioned. but" that little .Nell standing looking sitting on his grandfather's'knee, right
i t'" i The gentleman as lives in that "And .I.didn't' make anything out\ He is dead she answered, 'or at ; at a big Santa Claus,in a toy-shop win- there in his father old room, and the
:: pt; I great: house," said he, is Mr. Chaun- of it till one night I met the old but- least they tell''me so. 'I can'never believe dow. It a'most broke my heart to'see ; old l man was crying .like baby; and
;1.. 't 1 ir i cey. He's one of the richest men on ler, and he told me as how it was, sir. it. Were you a friend of Frank's?', her, Master ,Frank's' :little daughter, that boy he was patting his cheek wIthi
I our street. When I first came on here, It seems Master Frank had met a she added, suddenly. Then I told heras there.all alone in that.poor way. ''But i His ,little, hands.- When: David said
,:I; 'e thirty years gone; he was a young man young lady and fell deep in love with well as I could-for I was half that mite, she.was never,down-hearted. :Miss, Alice was lighting the tree the
i. :' prettychildren her, but when hementioned the,matter stunned, .thinkingof. ;; that boyashow When she see me coming, Joe says little- fellow, .jumped go, but his
I t as you ever saw. 'Miss Alice, to his fatherthere: ;was high words, I was only .a, watchman, and she, turning her*wise little face, toward :grandfather heseized, hold of him,and
\; : 'w I Ai slje,was the oldest, a golden-haired little for :Mr. Chauncey had:set his heart on couldn't think of calling myself a friend. where:I was-' Joe, that's a fine-look- said, quite calm like'that he'd go, too.
\1 I f beauty, and Master Frank, he was seeinghis boy married to a girl he'd of the rich Mr.; Chauncey s only son, ing1' old fellow 'in the' window there., So down .they; -went, the old man andthe
'.; t"I I(1" a fine boy; almost, 'a"; baby then, sir. picked out; rich she ,was, of course, but that I'd watchedihim! andloved :But ;he's.very proud, to-night, and he boy, hand'. n hand. David couldn't
f ,' [ From, the very first"Mr."'Chauncey was sir, while throne Master Frank wantedwas him ever since he'was born ; but 'she won't ;look at me., We're strangers, stand it no longer, sir, and out he came

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flooded its silent front.. Both' of us assortment of Solitl and Rolled ..............-.....-...-..-.....-..... ... ..............----

were so absorbed in thought not to sEI W.:EI JFt.Y: -,'

notice the approach of a gentleman, This cut shows the new style.of wood work
until he laid his hand familiarly upon Ladies and Gentlemen's that the company i is now introducing.

the old watchman's arm. I was amazedat

the strange expression that, came Gal J Silver Watches,

over the old man's face, and still more

was! I startled at his sudden exclamation. CLOCKS OF ALL HINDS, ,

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"Master Frank 1" said he,in a hoarse. Silver Ware in Large Variety,

whisper. ,ter
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"Joe, said the stranger,. eagerly, SPECTACLES.

"tell me, for God's sake, are my wife REPAIRING, PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
anil l children in my father's house? I AT REASONABLE RATES. f

have) traced them there, but I cannot ____
believe it." No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. ____

Yes, my boy," answered Joe, theyare 33-Call ahd examine stock.
my ( a a *-
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: all there together. The Lord be -- j Ta g &.dMii
of and forgiveness SOUTH PVB.CO.Nr_ *& ki_*_* .'' +b1O"LA.
praised for this night peace -. 'W LAKEICentre ----- j-- r
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Street.
With one bound the young man was I
at his! father's door. We heard the Fernandina,Nov.14,1885.WILLIAM B. NOYES,

I heavv night bolts drawn back, and the \ -DEALER, IN-
figure; of the old butler appeared in B. C. DURYEE.
the doorway. Instinctively we turned Artistically Beautiful.

away and walked down the street. At COMMISSION MERCHANT, FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES Without a Peer.IN .

that moment midnight chimed from a -AXI> ,
ITS MECHANICAL
CONSTRUCTION
neighboring church tower, and merry Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber,
peals of bells rang out a welcome to Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, IT HAS NO RIVAL!
BY THE CARGO
Chrismas ,.
the glorious morn.Harpers
The new lines of attachment that are
Weekly. .. For Domestic or Export Trade, now being! placed with each "Domestic"
----------- FURNITURE STOVES FAINTS AND CROCKERY are specialties. :No other machine has them

TIDBITS.t FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. These attachments and the new wood-work
t make the "Domestic"
more.than ever,without -
Dio Lewis says hot water will cure W. K. BAUKNIGHTt .. questionThe /

every complaint. It certainly helpsa AGENT. HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE, ETC. Acknowledged Standard of

rum punch in, cold weather, and WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

may stop some complaints in that BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER PRICES AS LOW' AS THE LOWEST. Excellence.FOR .
direction.-New Orleans Picayune.A ANDDealer

little boy who was told that the in Ice SALEBY-
baby sister he was bending over had TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY N. E. corner Centre and,Second Sts,, Fernandina, Fla. HENRY

come from heaven looked at her BROOM STREET WHARF HOBEIN,

awhile,and then said, softly,"Pleasetell l-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
us all about heaven, baby, before
it."Harper's Bazar. JAMES McGIFFIN, -
forget
you
H. EL DOTTERERINVITES .Agents wanted in unoccupied territory
Yes,sir, repeated the man in the AND BUILD; Address,
plaid ulster, I played with McCul- CONTRACTOR
lough for several years." Why," Alachua Street, between Second and Third. ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF DOMESTIC RICHMOND SEWING MACHINE CO.,
VA.
said his friend, "I didn't know you
FERNANDINA, FLA. *( *
were ever on the stage. "Wasn't, -+ ;-
neither. I tag with him Whenwe Fl. A..uSrJ1'WMANUFACTURER ; ; '
played < Orders and estimates from a distance carefully { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }
school." Burdette.An .
were boys at attended to. 25-tf OF
-+ of-
uIH ountry schoolmaster whose Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND

wife was one of his pupils had occa- SEWING MACHINES,

sion to punish her one day. The ; ALL LATE IMPROVED :MAKES, EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF DEALER IN .

this next inscription day the school-house: "School closed door bore for I For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY PARLOR R, OrrTC B &nQ C00K ZTIJOice

one week, owing to the illness of the
-ALSOATT"'H"ENT8 -
schoolmaster."-Shoe and Leather Re- SUCH GOODS ,KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
of every description, and
porter. for any Sewing Machine,
\
When a Boston woman loses her for-sale. PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .

leg she gets a burial permit, inserts .;?S3-01d Machines repaired at moderate ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF t '
amputation as the "cause of death," prices.
and has A. Limb HENRY HOBEIN,
tastefully engraved Ia
Corner Third and Ash -1
on the casket. Then she goes and 8 Fernandina.Streets Fla. FINE TEAS AND COFFEESrt f fttt =-

gets a cork leg,which is unnecessary, -* *- A
as a Boston woman is always a cork- +
Y
Philadelphia'News. THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.
KIABE
Wife-There! the paper says that <

the Redwood family, out in the Yosemite NEW GOODS Received by ,Every Steamer.Cor. .
Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
valley, are often seen with PIANOFORTES.

trunks forty feet in diameter. Now, VUNEQUALLED IN Second and Centre 8ts., FERNANDIKA, FLA COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KIX S,
don't you ever complain of the size TONE, TOUCH' ,' WORKMANSHIP

of my trunks again, Richard. These WILLIAM DURABILITY.KNABE &. CO.::: LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
Redwoods aren't much of a family, Nos.204 and 2OO West Baltimore St.,Baltimore.
either. I never heard of them;-Tidbit No. 112 Fifth Avenue,New York. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.

$. -
DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.
The Sunday school writer whose '
: AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
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touching little volume called Reach- TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled-
ing Out" was advertised this week, EST.A.BLISI-IED 1875. Wind :Mills for pumping water or running
with the assistance of the intelligent -- light machinery promptly erected on order
H. B. AIKENS and School Bells for sale
Church Factory
been reader, Retching Gout, has DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY at a bargain.
expelled from the church for S?*Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
the use of improper language.-Com- AH! goods delivered at the various transportation
stations within the city free of
mercial Bulletin. & CO. charge. All sales for cash.

If George Washington had been HOUSE AND SIGN P'AINTERFERANDINA CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS-

captured by the English he would, Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.

no Rid doubt, have shared the fate of =1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1= R. S. SCHUyLERARCHITECT,
and we would all be orphans.
There would be no Washington mar-' _-

ket, Washington Territory, or Washington Street. FLORIDA. [
FOR BUILDING OF ALL
City.-Texas Siftings. FERNANDINAFLORIDA, ,, DESIGNS with Plans, Details,Specifications -
While Keene was playing Richard > and Superintendence.In .

III. in Little Rock,just as he called constantly on hand a fine assort-
for a horse, a man from Washington KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-. I I the Circuit Court,
EIGN and'DOMESTICDrugs FOURTH.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
county said to companion: COUNTY, FLORIDA.
"Come on, Ab, an' les' go." -
and Chemicals,
'Wait minit Sam. The clown A. B. NOYES )
a Claim $941, Bond 18S.HENRY'HART. .
show's has called fur a to hoss,an'I reckon,the Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, IgPAPER HANGING KALSOMINING !l J Attachment.YOU .

goin' begin.ArkansawTraveler. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
Proprietary and Fancy Goods, writ of attachment has been issued
against and your property attached to
you.
Undertaker (to recent widow)- satisfy the demand of A.B. Noyes,amounting
The carriages will be 65 apiece madam FINE TOILET ARTICLES to$941.79. Now, unless you shall appear
if the horses trot. If prefer before his Honor James M. Baker'
to have the you PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., PAINTING OF ALL KINDS Judge of the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
funeral procession move Circuit, in and for Nassau County on the -
slowly to the grave, I shall have to IN GREAT VARIETY. first Monday in January A. D. 1886, being
charge $7.50 for each the fourth day of said month,judgment will
carriage,on ac- DONE AT REASONABLE, RATES.AND IN A FIRST.CLASS'MANNER. be rendered against and propertysold
you your.
count of I Ir
the extra time. Widow to the debt.
pay
(very much distressed) L-let Physicians' Prescriptions H.'J. BAKER,
tn-them trot,, Poor John could nev- carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at Attorney for Plaintiff
er bear t-to ride a-after a h-horse on easonable prices. SHOP LOCATED IN SWANK'S CONCRETE BUILDING, Fernandina. Fla.,October.3d, 1885. 3m

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itlll l'nE tLOUI1)A.l! IRiU) IL auguration.. He. has' the highest PRO-. ", TE3LPRESIDENT, ; OF, TILE A.NOVEL.method raising-funds ESTIMA TES,, ,FOR,APPR OPRIA_--

praise which can ,be given,.that of SENATE. is to be, resorted to at church en- TIONS.
'
'" t c GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. called a Pres Senator Sherman has been elected tertainment' 'be
t i1 t being everywhere good shortly to held in CALLING,FOR $15,678,158 MORE

'io ;1 it: j' I Subscription, 82 per year; six months $1.T4 -ident.FLORIDA'S.: President pro, tern of ,the Senate, Dayton, Ga., Each lady attending DID THE ESTIMATES SUBMITTED -THAX
f ;-f : .. .wliic, l'isabout as near-the. Presidency LAST
v will'be in YEAR.
I PRiJDrioTl. ,wrapped waterproof"and.veiled
VARIED a gossamer -
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Ji! i :, Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor "
as""he..is &ver likely:? to get. Mr. WASHINGTON, December 7.
f1 :; \ In view of the advertising of spe > and: carry a lunch -The
.. .."" ...r BATES OF ADVERTISING. declined Secretary of the Treasury
+ the the ad-
Logan 'place"'by to-day
.t; 1t: Ten cents a line for the first and five cents fort cial .localities. and the eloquence of basket filled. They will then be transmitted toi Congress the
3 :t- r.. each subsequent Insertion: vice of his friends,.and Senator Ed: "sold : estimates
land agents, it is no wonder that ? ; 'at auction, to' the' highest of appropriations required for
J1 local notices, 15 cents a line: thefis-
_;j.t k Special coming to Florida be- ,munds, by far the 'most fit for the bidder and the will cal ending June 30 1887.
j Reading notices 25 cents a line. strangers get purchaser secure year The .
'f$ ;N rl .F{ Special rate for time advertisements upon appll1Jr wildered and fail to ascertain the real place;was intentionally ignored. The the dy's,comp ny,as ,a partner for total amount estimated as require
?
., cation at the office.Communications. value of the different,sections and lo- importance of the place consists in the rest of the evening and a shareof for all expenses of the Government
}j ,:; all matters of local inter is$339,589,552, which is $15,67
upon SIOS
f calities. It be said in a generalway the possibility of the President dying. the contents of her lunch basket.
,
!ti"lj est solicited from aU parts of the county and from may more than the sum called} for in
the
,
.ii c)k:, 1"" along the lines of Florida railways. that the lands between the Su- Otherwise it is only a chairmanship EXPERTS. ,'who. with pick and spade estimates submitted, ,last year and
'lit i I ':' All communications intended publication rivers based to keep The of the $50,826,710 more than the
waneeand Apalachicola order. Speaker aggr'
i 'j$:: should be addressed to the Editor; all business have scratched the rough crust of the I: !ate
;. t'.h i letters simply: to THE FLORIDA :MIRROR. mostly on a strong clay soil, ,alA the House a far: more important personage earth in the line of the Blue Ridge, of appropriations The Lr the present fiscal -
i: lands and best suited to he has the appointment of year. estimates for 1886
strongest ; =
:", ., SATURDAY DECEMBER, IS, 1885. in'the.county of Rockbridge,Va., report were $323,911,394,and the
1 M corn and cotton, pear,trees and Irish all the, committees. and can ,give di-. the discovery of most valuable for the same year 8288,762,842.appropriations

frl{' i: :t. TIlE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. potatoes. The central region between 'rectidn'to the public business. The veins 'of tin ore. These veins are ;;,, The estimates, for 1887 are made up

: k The message is of unusual the Suwanee on the north and the committees of the Senate are chosen large,and many tracts of land have of the following items :

clear concise statement of and the Senate itself and made 'Le islativeestab1isl. l nL.....,. $ 3.'
but is a Alachua savanna are good pine by' are 5.8 S
; l' lately been bonded to. miners but
,r,MIrJ Executive establishment.........._ 18.491.311
.(. << the operations of the-various: departments mixed lands,producing,cotton, corn, up n'caJlcUs, of the, predominant the best veins to be along the Judicial establishment........,...... 408,300
"i'ft {{t appear Foreign intercourse.................. i
for the
:(_t of the Government, of great vegetables, peaches, arid some parity majority of the committee waters of Irish creek, in the north- Military establishment-* 25,680,495 AiWJOl!

:; value to the careful reader, as presenting These lands Columbia ,- and. by caucus of the minority Naval establishment.........-....... XS3G337< ;-
ttj ; oranges. compose1 eastern corner of the ,county. The Indian affairs............................ 6.051.2j
, 1 '0! in a synoptical form the actual Suwanee, Baker Bradford i for the remainder-, of the. committee.- veins are generally 'less than a foot Pensions..........;....................... 7.3.830.2CO
,. k condition of af- -- '. ------ Public works............................ 26.8fiOftlfz
:;t? 1 governmental and. Alachua counties. UNWISE FRUIT-GROWERS. thick, but some'are three or four feet Postal service............................ 7,443,914)
T-\ti"Jj.' : ::1-: \...'. fairs. The President, 'in the beginning The eastern'and southern portionsof The who thick, and the tin stone occurs in Miscellaneous.......................... 24.195J95I:
: fruit-growers consign Permanent annual
S r ,of the message, makes this Alachua have shown great adapt- their fruit to unknown and irrespon- crystals, in nodules, and ,in strings. estimates approp'tions the 118,910,955The
except on legislative -
:t : graceful and appropriate tribute to for and
\.l.'i, ability vegetables, oranges ,sible parties may be wise in ,their THOMAS<; STEVENS, who is attempting establishment, judicial establishment -
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""'.i: the late VicePresidentYour : :With the
; peaches. Iarion.ounty intercourse
own eyes, but evidently they are not to make'. tour of the world'ona foreign and
! : aasembling is clouded by a sense miscellaneous
central of be- for
region orange-growing are larger sums
'e'':Fxrl of public bereavement caused by the recent wise heJpinion..oflhos? ,whoare; bycicle, had some rough' experience than those
iii and :Marion Sumter and Her- appropriated during the
tt! and sudden death of' Thomas A. Hendriclis, gins,, in' a position to judge of the effect. .,in.Asia! i Minor. The people did present fiscal year. The appropria-

r '', JR, Vice-President: '!of'the'United'' States. ''His nando are especially, orangegrowingcounties. The following from :the American not know what'to make of his strange tions for pensions for the present

ttfi' : distinguished public, services: ,, his complete Below these counties come ,Grocer a.5,disinterested authority steed. ,In some, places they would year amounted to 860,000,867 ; mili-
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:t t .1. : i integrity ,and devotion (to every duty, and Hillsborough, ,, i Manatee and/ Polk. > their tary establishment $24,349,507 na-
not let him ;
!f I/ l" his personal virtues wilj find honorable record .. gives expression to whatjwe; :all:'know enter villages;and
. which almost' t yal establish meat.' !
,, are ( exclusively engaged ,821,697,729; pub-
A,tt in his country's'history", Ample and is the1 natural effect l of ''the "suicfda would have 'no dealings with 'him. lic works
in $8,926,829; postal service,
fruit culture with cat
9. l%: M ; 'repeafed'proofs of the esteem and,confidence some -
.oI course of shippers who,in their eager- In other ,places, thee inhabitants decided 8211,581.
; tIe-raising. On the eastern coast the
fellowcountrymen ness'to obtain highprices, ship to that he was ,the devil, and
:; ; is found from Fernandina to, WRECK, ON THE CANADIAN PA
/ j I offices of the most important trust and the orange 'people who promise anything and threw stones at him. As a rule,how- CIFIC.

:'. ': highest dignity, and at l length, full of years Cape Florida and, also. onboth' banksof remit nothing:: -".Fruit sold at $1.37J. ever, he'was'very well'received. He
.f-; j and honors, he has been laid at rest amid the Sfc: Johns river. is at Teheran where he will CAMPING NAKED ON SNOW AND ICE BY
box now
' "per! probably nets the shipper ; ,
universal and It is misfortune that the .THE SIDE OF.
r8 'J sorrow benediction. a, ,orange' THE BURNING: CARS. '
nothing at'all,.even.if the, consignee spend the :winter, and ;will start next
if} '1" The message discusses with much culture should be a paramount object ; TORONTO, Dec. 6.-The Canadian
,
made a return The auction sales spring on his long journey across Pacific "
ii ;*}' clearness the status of the .I proposed with so many of our new-comers. Railway train from Winnipeg -
; have been far in Khorasan Afghanistan 'and China.A : '
more satisfactory was thrown from the track
by
.:. : ;4 international canals' and railway
it. .st ship :Much of the land of the State is not
-n.' 1 the Eastern, cities ,than the sales the spreading rails several hun-
t projects.A adapted to .or -growi much COMPARATIVE table of the
ng '
dred mil
g; es'west;of Toronto early last
:! ?,'i:., ,t' point of particular.interest'taken more of? it;requires high fertilizationto 'made by the, irresponsible parties" strength of the merchant navies of Friday morning. The cars, rolling

E Pl up is the, Spanish treaty .reference produce, oranges profitably, while'it who have received. consignments.. the world, which',has just been pub down a steep'bank, were destroyed

5W to' he' admission' of the,products of is probable '.that if all the'land + I7'EMS'OF"INTEREST., : lished in'' France shows "that Great byfire from the heating stoves. The
;
3Mfr
$&FJM Cuba and other Spanish colonial: suitable for orange-growing was de Britain possesses'22,500 trading vessels -, ,accident happened, early in the

: possessions? into the United, ,States CRATER.' .LAKE- is thus 'described- in with, an aggregate tonnage of ,filled morning the, ,and cars the had passengers a narrow who

piill: ,- : free of duty. This the President produc a,petition that:; i is'beirig industriously 11,200,000 tons. Of ,these vessels 'with their lives: while many escape were

F V; :" .;Kopposes,34_ :; anHunequal, : bargaimand, ; demand,- and. only those who :possessed .signed(in Oregon to make National 4,649 .are steamers,, with .a tonnage severely burned, and others, had

$ <;' a great loss of revenue. The President's locations of great natural fertility reservation of the wonder: "The surface of 5,919,000 tons ''or rather more' ;:limbs broken.- The- ,passengers in
of ;tne' lake is above :the sleeping! cars had, not left their
: ; Views,on this..(question.are! : ,of would derive any considerable : 6,300ifeet than one-half-the grand total of bur- ''berths: when the accident happened,

. 4'1'(iif-J. interest ,to;; Louisiana) ,and Florida] profit. sea.level, andit is about eight miles den. ,The, United> J', States makes. .avery and they had to leave the burningcars

.814? : tHe sugar-growing States. The. revenue There are'many'other things whichcan long and six miles wide. It contains bad second, with 6,600 sail and in their night,garments.,

f t : derived from sugar' and molas- be profitably, 'cultivated in Florida a circular island 600 feet high, on :2,700,000 tons. 'Norway has 4,200 The 'weather was extremely cold,
J rh '' I which is found an extinct crater !vessels with 'and Germany and there had been a :fall of snow a
ses is now about 39' per cent of the I _besides oranges. Vegetables of .1,500,000 tons, --.
short time previous to the accident.
i :.! I whole revenue collected from duties. every kind,:do .well .here, and can'be which: is ninety feet deep and :475 ; which comes immediately after -, Men, as'well as women'and children,

: 1 The l question! of,revenue and tariff placed in market early ,,enough to feet in diameter. In another por- : herhas,, 3,000 sail, with a total of I were nearly frozen to death before

' F..t,, l'i revision is discussed by the President command a large price. Upland rice tion of the lake is found a conical- ;1,400,000 tons; France, Italy and they could get to the nearest house

j} {i t with much.Plainness, and in grows well on most of olr'uplands, shaped rock, which is perpendicular, Russia bring. up.the rear, each with .for shelter.
t and rises to an,_altitude, 2,300feet ;less than vessels. The They were all more or less injured.
j \ accordance with, his previous well and is quite profitable. Early peaches 3,000 proportion Some
to
were'obligcd on snow
g known views. He of the above the water's surface. Other .of steamers is,however of greater camp
''' lf expresses essentially Chinese varieties have proveda and ice for several hours, althoughclad

t 'd'fj1:, : ;' the feelings of. the great mass success; the LeConte pear can be rocks of remarkable form'and eleva- importance than the'.total number in a single cotton garment and

. 1 I' of the American people on-this subject .profitably cultivated on all lands tion tower high above the lake. The :of ships engaged in,trade, and in this only, protected ...from the bitter cold

C t; 'C.. without partisanship, and :with having'clay subsoils; the Japan per- lake.walls, are nearly perpendicular, ''regardFrance'stan 1s second_ though by the heat from a pile of burning
, debris of the wrecked train.W. .
+' t 7 t a sole bearing on the ,public good. simmon is one of the finest fruits and vary in" altitude from 1,000 to she has but 458 (e mers,- of 667,000tons .

4!J :( In connection with the revenue question known, and can be raised without 2,000 feet. in:all-to, .Erigl li d's,4,649., .Germany ,H. VANDERBILT DEAD.STRICKEN' .

liY I, he gives'particular attentioni to difficulty-budded on the common THE STATE of Nuevo Leon,Mexico, presses ;her closely' with 420 DOWN IN HIS OWN HOUSE.

< ::i r the subject of silver coinage and the persimmon, it thrives admirably and is just present,enjoying ,one of its steamers and 476 tons. NEW YoRK'iecember 8.-William

]ftii bi-lnetallic'standard,to both of which tis perfectly hardy. Then we have periodical reyolutions. The real Gov- ABOUT eighty years ago the Geor- H. Vanderbilt was stricken with apo-

:;':. ii he is opposed, and f rwhich'he'givcs: :the fig, which flourishes well all ernor of the State is at the City of gia State Agricultural Department plexy a few minutes after 2 o'clock
:;
,; e, ::i''En his reasons in, an able, andsatisfacitory ; through the State, and could be Mexico trying to secure federal aid :received from Egypt a collection of this afternoon 'and died almost in-
'' of
He in 'the
-l' manner., ;made a profitable 'article of export. 'and the' acting Governor has ,been African seeds, 'which were distributed stantly.his ',residence- was''on Fifth avenue library, at

' 1; .Upon the subject of civil service :Grapes do well, with ,varieties. driven into a neighboring State. No among Georgia farmers. In- the time,:and,'was sitting in his easy

' :.. ,; 1 reform the President'speaks,with, no: lected to suit our climate., one seems to know."what the revolu- ,eluded in;the .lot ':were, seecls of the, 'chair and conversing: with, Mr. Rob

. "';,Trr I uncertain sound. He has clear and JtjS.'lQt. requisite: : that every one tion is about'or what the revolutionists -- jKaffir, corn, so called- -I because- it is- ert Garrett; president of the BaltI-

J"w.1 ,'i' -defined views this subject should in inor9.e want. As. nobody ever could, more & Ohio 'Railroad, and up to
; upon : _engage. J orangegrowing.: : .. > (the principal food of the Kaffirs. ofSouth'
the moment of the'attack was
1L:1( : i which are entIrely' consistent ,with : to do, ;;well.''in Florida. ,make--head-- or:J' tail.of.> .-Mexican f : .. v i rev-; Africa. A little of this has apparently very in! ,his 'usual health and

Ia; 'utterantes lution;:the present k of knowledgeon been cultivated Dr. J. Not 'Hint moment'swarning
PALATKA. .. ." .J every year by spirits. a; or a
l. ;;':I "' t and do credit to the honesty -Talatka Has shown great recupera- the subject'may' be said 'to be, !i H. Watkins. ,. of Campbell county,. did either he or his famIlyhave

I'' of his character: and, his faithfulness ,tive energy. The' burnt:district is'' normal.. There .a.kind. of.suspi-, *who found it to r 'be excellent for' for-" that his.health. was in so.precarious -

.: df! to his convictions.. Tha.clamorous cipn .that, the,fuss.is being fomentedby a condition He' was stretched
now covered with fine brick blocks This he
age. year planted an acre dead the at his feet
1 I on floor guest's
t.i' ? office-seeker, the demagogical orator, and hardly a vestige of.its;;great'conflagration I. agents, of the Diaz admin tra- ,of it on the poorest land he had, almost as suddenly as though his

k, and a portion of the ,press will, no., ; remains.. In plaee of its : tion. It is claimed that Diaz wants :which'would not have,yielded three brain had been pierced by a rifle

: doubt, berate the''President, but he to- name. his successor and that if bullet. Since 1881,'when he suffered
llj two moderate sized :hotels, it is putting ; bushels of wheat. Without any: fertilizer -.
t'. ::1.: ,1 :1 wlll have',the sympathy! the mass up a new Putnam Hotel,larger he can-secure: pretext for establish-- : ,however,the Kaffir corn yielded shock of''paralysis; not long after New
the 'sale 'of of
of the 'in : 260,000 .shares
: tr' people his effortsto- restore ing' a military government in the '
" : than both of those which were burn ed.< thirteen bushels. 'He had some of York Central his health had been a

l' '.; tJ, the character of our institutions and Everything betokens activity and enterprise revolutionary province, he will be it ground into flour. and made tPfbread. matter of almost'constant, solicitude
} 'I j elevate the aims of statesmen., able to: advance his designs by.the z : several
: Her citizens "now. look. forward ; The flour was fine, andhad with his family, but for
t;: ; Upon a careful reading of the message ,to irapicl: growth,'and-increase .means.' ''. ,If ,I lDiaz.. ','wants', -- .Ito'. -, control. .sg-> ja rich,.creamy'color. It was made months/recently he had been better

: we have no doubt of the genera = one province or .by.the.useof: arid brighter. He frequently spokeof
of
many into biscuit
l population'and business. Her position < egg-bread and,cakes,.and the himself and
;, appreciation_the people the the .military lie} has enough to I p improvement ,
.twit
at the internal head of navigation ; In each form proved delicious. Except was often, congratulated upon his
'ii( :t I man who now so ably'and,honestly. find a-pretext or make one. A .
colorit; to
for vessels, and steamer lines in was-impossible dis'tinguish hearty appearance. He clung tenaciously -

lni 1 m i fills the ,Presidential chair. The lion- from Charleston,gives.'her great business ,THE capture -Mandaiay and the it from, the,finest Ohio valley -. to life, ,and often,said ,of late

.1 m csty of his character, the firmness of advantages. Cars of merchandize surrender of Kirig'Thebaw add a 'flour Specimens of'the bread that by the ,time he. was sixtyfivehe

l: : fi! his..utterances,and,the earnestness of can be unloaded as readily thereas :would be rejuvenated and set out
splendid territory to the already vast and cake .distributed at the 'Depart- .:
b' l his purpose to have.a"cleanjust and at any other point: in 'the State, on another'long life. '''HewaS'suty.;
faithful administration' and she is much nearer to the inferior dominions of the Empress of India. ment of.Agriculture excited surprise four when he. died..
public'affairs trade. With her railways steam -Burmah.is about the size of Pennsyl- by their excellence.. The cultivation
Dry 'Goods
I,r\' ,has impressed itself upon the ers and ,splendid,, ew hotels, shehas vania,and,has between 4,000,000 and of Kaffir corn is likely to become Remember the closing 'out'sale in Dry

.J Y, public, mind from the day of his'in- reason to have'great expectations: 5 0000 00 inhabitants/::' 'iTl't in Goods etc., at .
large' Georgia.-Savannah News.
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12th 1885. Persons calling for these letter ,

must say advertised: J'&T.KYDD
Andiver, Dader Jones.0, A FINE LOT OF :
Archer. C Jones, E CITYeMARTI J ,
Allen Emeline James, Dotisherj
-G- Joins, Charley H H ''FELT AND STRAW' SSSS N WE ARENOW, ; ,RECEIVING'LARGE: SHIPMENTS OF OUR'FALL ..
Koeni Ubrick ..
Brown Cojion STOCK.;: JUST 'RECEIVED:
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Baxter,D Kelly, LehrBrown H A TTTTTT3SSHHHHL .
Andrer Lewis.T S
Bailey,,Mich Lawson, James Ar. TT SS M. DOWNEY' A I'I'I[I
Carter,'V P McKwnon.C McKay, C A ,C H HI AAAA TT SS NEW FALL DRESS GOODS 1 \\I&
Cole)', William AA AA TT 9 Y
.SSS
Danford, Frank Mellon, Geo HH -
Dorse', J W Peoples, George H H TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED, SSSSF'EATI3ERS Has now opened his large and extensive
Dennis, F W Rich, Amanuel stock of Foreign and Domestic CASHMERES,
Davies, Kate Randall, Verdell

Gibbs Evans,,Harriett E T Robson Rolling,,M Mick C K : : : : DRY GOODSAND Plaids, Prints, Ginghams etc.,

Glint, Hannah Roeson Frank 0a
Green Benjman Starke W: H Blankets Comfortables

Hall Hogans 3lrs James A V Willams Worthington Cornish, E C C(2) VELVETS AND .RIBBONS, 0fe Quilts,
Hoover Frank:Thomas B WilliamsMaria Williams Joseph -\T- FAMILY GROCERIES, -AT- 0

Jones, Harrison Williams: ; VER"Y: LOW II .ICES: :
8. T. RIDDELL, P. M. 'KING'.s CONSISTING IN PART OF- .

I BAZAR ;; French and English Cashmeres :Merinos, .

Smoked Halibut and Herring, Alpacas Delaines,Satines,-Lusters Prints,
At WmrxEB & SCHUYLER'B. Seersuckers,a choice l lot of; Family Blan- -OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT![j jIS
Also a nice display of kets Flannels of all colors(Red Blue

Cash Buyers White, Brown, Olive Opera,'etc.,)

Will find it to their interest to buy their CHRISTMAS GOODS,. 'Irish Doileys'Linelis.,Table Towels Linens:and Napkins.Covers 'REPLETE WITH NEW GOODS OF FASHIONABLE CUT AND
Flannels, White fefe
Goods
Clothing! Dress of beautiful'design 1 and DESIRABLE FABRIC. FINE ,CLOTHING A SPECIALTY.
Goods, Woolens at Notions Shawls Hosiery, Marked very low to suit the times. finish,Irish and Hamburg SUITS MADE O. ORDER BY BROWNING, KING .
Domestics ., Edgings, Embroideries, i .
W. J. LOIIMAN'S. &CO.,.NEW: YORK. FIT GUARANTEED.
of Laces and Shawls,
those
His prices are positively below

competition. LUCY- COTTAGE, READY.MADE CLOTHING, : ,j u (( NEW FALL STYLES IN GENTS' HATS i \ =
Shoes, Shoes! Seventh-St., n<>Egrnont Hotel,
stock of Gent's La. .
arrived
a new
dies'Again, Misses' and Children's Shoes. Theyare FEn AKDI A, FLORIDA. Broche"e (plaid and all- Furnishing Goods, Gloves, ,Hosiery, ,etc. eH
of the finest quality and neatly made.If Wool), Broadcloths Doeskins
one can undersell me I want to know Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished withor Satinet Jeans. Cotton ,<&. LARGE LUTE OF HANDSOME 'GOODS. .o
any without board. Table Boarders will be Flannels, White Goods, Shirt-
it.as I haven't heard of a single instance up .. .
to date. W. J. LOHMAN. accommodated; also transient. ings Sheetings Gents' Furnishing ,yST Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to c
1> Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.SEAISLAND Goods, Hats.:Caps, Umbrellas Boys
and Gents'Suits, i of latest style!:and fin- ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. ;
Blankets and House Furnishingf ish Valises.Satchels, Ixldiesand.Gents' =
,Trunks
.Goods, at Sew York prices at : ItO-pTE' Shoes,'Gaiters,.Hosiery, Ladies and :"." : J- .**' RYI D .'
PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. Children's Vests Gentlemen's Underwear,. I m
.. !iu Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,

INGRAIN AND BRUSSELSCARPETINGS NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. }- FERNANDINA FLA. .I
Pickled Oysters, THE KEY LINE STEAMER, ,
At WHITKER & SCHUYLER'S. '
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Hoys' Clothing. FERNANDINA AND NEW-YORK.

$1.50 up to $8.00. per suit.W. J. LOHMAX. ..: ; Mattings/Bugs, Oil-Clotlis,.etc.

: E Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and
Home-made Ginger Snaps, China Ware, Goblets, Tumblers, Bowls,'
In tin boxes, Ewers, Basins.'Butter Dishes etc..
At WHITNER & SCIIUYLER'S. ST. :t:TICIIOI: AS,. t

Christmas Candles, c..UTAIS'M. USINA, MASTER.. A NICE LINE OF FURNITURE: ,

In all colors, Furniture, Chairs /Tables, Spring
At WHITSER & SCIIUYLER'S. RECENTLY TrED UP 15 APPLE-PIE ORDER. Beds, Mattresses Bolsters''and ''Pillows,
and a great: variety not mentioned here.
Handsome Presents. The Cabbage for the ,South
All the above was purchased by the Proprietor -'
to
parties
Handsome presents given away PLYING regularly between Fernandina' while recently New York at the ,
buying$10 or more at Savannah upon the following VERY LOWEST FIGURES and will be ,Either for home use or for shipment to NOBTHZBK MABKXTS,
PAUL FUNKE'S.Dissolution schedule. small FOR CASH. '-ISHENDERSON'S -
sold at a living profit
LEAVE FERNANDINA every Monday,' Having been established in :East Florida
: of Partnership. Wednesday and.Saturday,'p. m., upon arrival :
since 1853.and in this city since 1861,Ihope EARL YSUMMER.This
between of evening trains, arriving at Savannahthe share of the
heretofore receive
'r\}( partnership existing and expect to a large 0
following mornings.; '
J. A. Ryder and J. W. Nunn; under ; public patronage. ;and'will endeavor to make '
LEAVE SAVANNAH every Sunday; I valuable variety as well as a fall list of the most desirable
the firm name of J. A. Ryder &Co., has
been dissolved by mutual consent. All bills Tuesday.Fernandina and the Thursday following, p.mornings.m.; and'Teaching -+THE CITY MARTin '-*-
due the firm should be paid to J. A. Ryder, VEGETABLE SEEDS
Connections at Savannah with all rail
who alone is authorized to receipt for them, ,
and who will settle all liabilities, lines,and with Ocean Steamship, and Boston, the future as i in the past.,one'of the most win be found described In our Manual of ErEitYniEm FOB THE GABDKC*which win be sent to any
J. A. RYDER. Savannah vessels to and from New York popular Stores in the city. 1 address on receipt of stamps[Gc.]to coyer postage.
Fernandina, Fla., December 5th 1885. and Boston, and at Fernandina with'!trains I offer my best thanks for;past favors.,
for all Florida points.A. SEEDSMEN & GROWERS,
.' 0. MAcDONELL, M. DOWNEY. Peter Henderson, .Go 35 &
KINDS OF JOB PRINTING EXE- Gen. Pass. fc Tkt. Agt.. a7NEWdYORS; .I
ALL
in the highest style of the art, at Fernandina Fla. Fernandina, Nov. 14, 188;).
the MIRROR Steam.Printing House. D. E. MAXWELL

General Superintendent, .,
Fernandina, Fla. -USE--
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NOTICE O.F REMOVAL. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
C. A. WOOLSEY'SJERSEY

R. G. :McQUITTYMER9HANT

TAILOR, ITY, :JFIL.C: >:E tDA.: SEE: : = : T :ELMALLORY'S.

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Has removed his business to the rooms over
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' '' ROYAL uL hoWinri w ucy r 'o,aj Z Meddaugh's He has received grocery an assortment store on Centre of seasonable street. -VVBI'I'E: : :z.E'ACAND : : STEAMSHIP LINE :.!
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goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto
make them up to suit all tastes in the
best style. ,- >I16rSE&rI: : =WEEKLY SAILINGS.a '
J;:Repairing neatly done.
Fernandina Fla..,July 12,18g4.J "
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EADY-MIXED PINTS
.A. RYDER, "
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PRACTICAL '
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FI BLACKSMITH AND WHEELR1GHT
@-THEY ARE THE BEST.-'a ,: a ;f .
CORNER BEOOME AND SECOND STS.WE I .
L I t i
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ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO
4KIJ4G and_ all work entrusted to our I .LSOMINE: .
care promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill. Work ". r'r; ;""
carefully Done at reasonable'rates. WoodWork ".
I in all of its branches' at:living prices All'Shades 50 CENTS per Pack ; F
and at short notice.horseShoeing'a. .,.b..
of Five Pounds. : i. E"
Specialty. age ,.", ', .., :. .
'u 1
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POWDERAbsolutely &r Furniture repaired,repainted;stained ; 'N "',.
or varnished.:.-\Vire'Safes made to order at ,. 'J v : -I- :.d : .; !
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short notice. .4' 'i..b, ......
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SALE '
FOR '_- ,
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Pure. A share of the public patronage solicited. "
and
ri' : December January.
Respectfully.: .' .'.1 __ ...\ :.\ '. \ Proposed Sailings: for .
THIS POWDER NEVER VARIES. A _J. A. RYDER.Warranty Steamers leave'Pier. 20, E.R.? at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina, p.m.
of purity, strength and whole- R.: : L. ARNOW'S STEAMERS. LEAVE NEW YORK. LEAVE FERNA J>[NA.

someness. More economical than the ordinary and Mortgage Deeds. CITY OF SAN .ANTONIO..........Friday, December 4th. Wednesday. December 9th.
kinds, and cannot be sold in competition PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN STATE OF TEXAS.::.................Tuesday.,December 8th. Saturday, December 12th.
with the multitude of low-test, short- LINEN sent of 2-cen No. 43 CENTRE. STREET.. CARONDELET..Frida\: December 11th. Wednesday December 16th.
weight alum or phosphate powders. upon receipt CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.........Tues ay. December 15th. Saturday,December 19th
J3S*Sold only in cans. stamp. i AddressFLORID: .MIRROR,. :STATE OF TEXAS;...................Friday, December 18th. ;Wednesday, December 23d.CARONDELET..Tuesday. .,
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., December 22d. Saturday, December 26th.
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48 106 Wall Street New York. 26 Fernandina Fla. GEORGE F. :LEIS,<&gezrfc. CITY OF'SAN ANTONIO........Friday,,December 25th. Wednesday, December 30th..

STATE OF ,TEXAS......., ............Tuesday December 29th. Saturday, January2d,1886.This .

GENERAL INSURANCE :REAL ESTATEA.GEN.C.Y NO CURE, NO PAY '! ; York-offers Line thl. BEST having AND'no' QUICKEST Transfers TRANSPORTATION between. Fernanclina TO SHIPPERS ana 1''..ew OF

Monev refunded and no questions asked if FRUITS VEGETABLES', and others. of'a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
JOHNSON'S CHILL'and FEVER TONIC The traveling public are offered the advantages
=-: .. ..I fails to cure any case of CHILL :AND FEVER or- ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT, CHANGE; making RAILROAD close
JACKSONVILLE -
BILIOUS FEVER. A'specific for Chill and Fever- connections at FERMANDIXA with FERNANDINA &
J and preventive of Malarial troubles. Price 5O JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
.:..u'r.-..+*'>*:' Cents.. For sale by PEARCE & HOBBS, and for OCKLA'V AHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
HOLTS PHARMACY Jacksonville, Fla. Send JOHNS, FLORIDA and with ''the
OF
for circulars to'JOHNSON & CO., Sole'Proprietors RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS ;
CHARLES V. HILBYER. Monticello,_F1a. PENINSULAR: RAILROAD for.OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor

,r.. ::\..'!;.. /i. ))1; WANTED-Ladies: to work per week for us can at be their quietly'own LAKE THROUGH WEIR. 'BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
: No no canvassing. For
made. photo. pafnting; to
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. ... ..i /- full particulais,please address, at'once: ,Crescent -freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply .
., (J) Art Co.;Boston Mass.,Box 5170. R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,

.' ....... HEADS. NOTE-HEADS, LET-: FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.'. .
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BILL Cards etc., neatly printedat C. H. MALLORY; CO:, : ., 51.
OFFICE S. W. CORNER OF.CENTREr:AND SECOND.STREETSya::[( the MIRRoR office.: ". Pier 20..East'River;;New' ,York.', :' ":'' ',-,:: ." ,..,, ,.: (,;;., .
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. t -t Collector of. Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-!t-...:M. Witherspoon, Madi .-. : ." 0'_ _'"'__ __ '____' 1----. (--n-t) .. ::g (IJ -3 .,
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. : LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.. -. Sheriff{ S. A. Parramore, Madison. 0'''' 3 CO> 1
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: I Butler. _, t'BREVARD ("lerlc-John M.Bags, Madison UNDER an -' R..7.w
GainesvilleReceives / S :
. t ..neguter-L. A. Barnes, :> COUNTY. 5 of the Circuit Court. Fourth 310 .- :
'!001! ....John F. Rollins_Gainesville.' Superintendent choo.l8-Sanlhel'J:Perry, Judicial Circuit, in arid for Nassau County, jt: =:(1): 2 S Q
Jrl Surveyor-General. M ..Clellan.I .- County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison.GbuntyTreasureLS.. ft"i" .,* ", in a suit in said Court determined, whereinP. ;--.;: -c- .
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,3id1: \ DISTRICT: COURT. Clerk-A.. A. Stewart, Titusville. CoUector of Revenue-B. 'VI: Wads'worth, I. Courier. f; is'.li.\l1tnnd.plaintitf George and Clarence N.Brewster ,{-JIO'tIt.-o' -= = -... .
J : p Henry gariiisheeVI'have -.
Jtidyc:"Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Madison. o..o : .
{( ; Sheriff M. E. English, Titusville. I levied and sell :: 8 .
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.lfzrahal-J. H. Durkee Jacksonville." rJ
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Collector Revenue-J. F. Reed Titusville.
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public auction in front of the Court-house : : Q'
[Tr**..rl.i 5 qzerk-Pl111' Walter,.Jacksonville. Superintendent of' Sclutols, -John H. Laws, County Judge=John G. Webb, Manatee. in the city of Fernandina. oh Monday,the n o |: |: |r.o j H 0

.XYr i 'r INTERNAL REVL CE..1ti'Ji' City Point, : Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee, 4th'day of January, A: D.1886, all the right, OO--CD....,:: --n n'S. :J ..l.j
(Collector S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. CALHOUN. Sheriff:: A. Watson, Pine Level. title and interest \ ,George Henry had .- -,-,-,,-," -,, tj

\ ti! COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS, County Judge-William Clark. Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton, on the 27tla' day of May,'1882,"or at any time i=c .:-t;; n r3 ::-N:t:=:j

" John W. Howell Fernandina. Clerk-James S. Fannin. ,, Fort Green. thereafter in Hind to Lot one.((1)),Section four- ) ." (t> :::

.i.1..1 t Edwin Hi Jacksonville., Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. ; ",,' Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, teen ((14)). Township two ((2)), North.. Range '' ,Ioj = tI ,..::. S
tP John F. House gins, St. Augustine.: Treasurer-J.r P. Richards. '" Pine Level. \ twenty-eight ((28)) East, containing fiftyfouracres 0 C rR(=c...... ::> 5, t -I Ihi j
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t : Collector of Ret'euue-Joel Atkins. MARION COUNTY. Q""1 rn ":j -.m rj:
r. :J' Superintendent of,Schools W. G. 'Cox well. Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.J. 2 ==.jA.tow: E1
State Officers. County Judge-J. H WilliamsOcala.
i F L A. ELLERMANN. Sheriff.
",'..!.:>'JoL'(f' i'Jot. \ CLAY COUNTT.County Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Fernandina, Fla., D.ecember-311.1SS.5. UR-: r1
,: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E. T. Williams Ocala. n c.Q( ;
r.' ;.;'.f1I.!!1'.,.'C'I'r.t 41 'Gocernor' -Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee.: Park. Collecor. of Revenue-W. P. Trantham, SherifPs Sale. ja olAoS.............. .
. Clerk G. N. Bardin Green Cove Spring Ocala. -
$ -? 'Luate Goverlwr-Miltoll H. Mabry !':). S"- c.
; > and by virtue of an execution *S M*' n -
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;v.1 Leesburg. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cov Superintendent of Schools-,. L. Payne, UNDER out or"the Circuit Court. Fourth -o o xn :
Fort
,' : Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal Springs. McCoy. Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Ojjr; :> cy.
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Revenue-'V. J. Wilson
Collector :MONROE COUNTY. 7HG
[ t!,,l'i: lahassee. of Hall in a suit'eterinined, wherein E. E.:S. 'V ad- ..I'.! .....
rt J I : !Comptroller-\\ D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key. West. 'sleigh Administratrix of the estate of'V inborn ,'. 01::: O-

'1.c t5! 3-8 'Treasurer-E. S. Crill.lItr Mcliae. Clerk-Peter Knight, Key West. A. Sanborn, deceased, is plaintiff and .-.... 4'.=.." 0_-..... -o."'I'. Q
:! Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. 'Frank Foster and Joseph Longwood defendants c== o- :-= ;=

:. "';lfijJ #0: see. County Judge-'V. M., Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, I have levied upon and will sell at -S. 5. "=* -n 5 (>)
'( '; Commissioner of lAnds-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West public aution in front of the Court-house in oz- -nn,CO-.> : CoG z
-l f-t r Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. :Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key the city of}Fernandina on the first Monday 0:; g ZIj

' t'.l''f.. Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. in January, A. D. 1886. being the 4th day o'f ,tI, 85-s 0CO
.Adjutant-General-Davld Lang. Superintendent of,Schools W. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. said month, a steam pile driver, levied upon ''> 'tS
bt4 Lake the of Foster and a': _1 ....
'l'I.t: : SUPREME COURT. City. as property Longwood.
DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Terms cash for title.J. oCQc-i
: Justice Geo. G., McWhorter.Associate purchaser paying .
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t \.. g! Justue-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Fernandina., A.Fla.ELLERMANN, December 3d,, Sheriff.1885. ::): Z'tS-.:-::CJ.1.-.UJto .... m
.::/ Llj1 hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. HO j W

} B. Van Valkenhurgh, Sheriff Wm. .Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- In Justice Court. --9>< ::: (rn R l9fl
i i' '; Jacksonville.Clerk Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. ? ;::' :: IA tj m
% I'8sociat.eJusticeR.-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer STATE OF FLORIDA, NASSAU COUNTY.To '?r 5';;" z
Mrs. Martha Schuyler and Geo. 11: Schuyler -
-j; CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina.

t .First Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, You :are hereby notified that a writ of attachment -

* sacola. sonville. Evergreen. has' been issued and I
: against you,
! .t l ?:rev.!. Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman;Jacksonville. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan your property attached, to satisfy the demand ': -. ': .'. ;t' r''f' ,
iiI"we\r. dina. .
:',. f"' '. Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. of W. B. C. Duryee, amounting to .'>'; t". ia .!t,
::8!.. ,:. ,' f see.Third Circuit-";. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of TaXes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. $70.15. Now, unless you shall appear beforeW. '

.ij} Fourth' Circuit-James' M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-:J..L. Bryan, Orlando F. Livingston, a Justice of the Peace in '!i !i'v,'' i. ', I :

;: .ij.Ji'I ville.I .' Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J.-Shine; Orlando. and for said county, at his official Fernan- ; ,< -l

I '" Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- .Jacksonville. Collector of Retentte-F. T. Hardeman, Or- dina, on the first Monday of February, A.D. _>t, .;'','_;':\,.; _' {t. I
if'}\:, T ville. Superintendent of Schools-William H.Bab- lando. :1886, at 10 o'clock in the morning,judgment I '-p-

; r''f :111 Sixth C rcltt'7H.! L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, will be rendered against you, and your prop- .,-. ...i .- ."j'
flJrti" Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando. x ert .sold to the debt. :
, ... ,:J ESCAMBIA. } pay ;: j h
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.:at er,, ,'---. Suiveyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. Dated this 2d day of December.A.D1885. "'" .
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:ie Walter Tate. 4.;:; :
County Judge- / :
f C6 art Calendar., Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. H. J. BAKER,
1 Clerk-F. E. de la Rua.SheriffJoseph'Vilkins..
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:': -'l'1 FIRST CIRCUIT. POLK. ) ,!._ \. 1;.i '.,
.i/ (ir : Fall Term- Leonard. .. ,
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: .1 Treasurer-J. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. SherifPs Sale. 'S r. ;.
'(,r 1,1:I{ Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. ,s .,!".
R*'< i'';'" ,, Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Treasurer-F. F. Beville. out or'the Circuit Court, Fourth ',,
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/<; .fll-* in October. FRANKLIN. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, '

;:i.t':: .+ Washington, 2d Monday after4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools John Snoddy. in a suit determined, wherein Joseph C. Readis '
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'tf "'1iH in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. plaintiff and John O'Donald defendant, I :q

l:, t Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff 8. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. have levied upon and will sell at public auc- .
R. H. Porter. tion in front of the Courthouse in the ),"" ," .
'*. i October. Treasurer- Judge of Probate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka. city : "
r:t: i m Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector,of Revenue-George A.Tatton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. of Fernandina, on the first Monday in January ,-.
ff : :r This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. A. D. 1886, being the 4th day of said I '" ("jir.- _" ';{" '>f.. ,

t if 'JJ. 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. month, the east half of the northeast quarterof ;' '" .. ,.

}f.ti" ...(."..:t'1 Spring Term. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, northeast quarter of Section,Township '",,'" '\<;<- ., ',f- ',Y'1,"
;,:,_..y. ; THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams.. Palatka. 2, North, Range 25 East,and Lots 7 and 8 in .
.:t .c:i .r Spring; Term- Clerk-Augustus Nicholson.Sheriff TAYLOR COUNTY. Block G, city of Callahan. Also, one and a t 4. ; .. 1 > : :-
.'fI1.:''.;' \I Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in { -Thomas :Mitchell. half acres of land, situated, lying and being
John R. Kimbrew
1 Smith. County Judge- Perry.
;: April. Treasurer-A. W. in the city of Callahan, and described as fol-
e4., An Madison, 2d Monday in April Collector of Revenue-R.1tI. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. lows : Commencing at a stake, said stake
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-C.'E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
z J 1 Hamilton, 4th Monday in A'pril.kt.p Superintendent of Schools being the southeast corner of lands owned THE FLORIDA .__'"
Superintendent of SchoolJ-T. J. Faulkner.. the,Trustees of the Free School and 'if.
1st after 4th by. running ,
< ;; Suwanee, Monday Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. '::'7; :M"'f
Perry. west along the line of said school nd
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J ;.;a' in April. County Judge-Samuel McInnis; Jasper. I County Treasurer-D. S. Button;Perry IMPROVEMENT, COMPANY.
: w, Columbia 3d Monday after 4th Monday and lands belonging to John O'Donald, rpOWN
4' !!\t; in Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper.Sheriff County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. which bounds said lands on the north, two

l ':c" 't f1I\j Lafayette April. 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday { Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of.Revenue-J. B.'Hardee, Perry. I hundred and''ten feet to a stake; thence
J !)4t11 Fernandina,
Lee.
Revenue-John' H.
in April. Collector' of SANTA ROSA. south along the line of lands belonging to
r;t'l.i > t Superintendent of Schools- J. N. Reid, John O'Donald. which bound it on the
John Chain.
} Fall TermTaylor County Judge-
11; Towns on R. R. Line
!Vh 1ri 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. west three, hundred and, fifteen feet to a
,.. : i :! October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. stake; thence east along the line of lands And Cedar

... # ,\q Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue W.J. Williams. belonging to John Booth, which bounds it Key.
;: Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. on the south two hundred and ten feet to a

-11'' Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. stake,this line being parallel to the first line;
!\ !;i. l in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto. thence north along the lands belonging to
:M J.id Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Jehu Booth, which bounds it on the east, Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
-,1 : ,,'c. October. xille. tine. three hundred and fifteen feet to place of
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"'" "t''J'.J.'. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th- Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo,F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. beginning. This line is parallel to the sec- number of the most eligible and desirable
Hernandez St.
t: ;r. ;f;.. October. Floral City. Sheriff-Ramon Augustine ond line.
; I FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
i i\'I, Spring Term HILLSBOEOUOH COUNTY. St. Augustine. A.ELLERMANN, Sheriff.

\\t( I St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, 1885. City or Suburban Residences,
Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. Augustine..
in March.
:y. Clay, 4th Tuesday
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.. J. P. Martin Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. In the Circuit Court
Sheriff
.:t : r're Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. ,
r: ,'j. ';"4$ Daker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue'V.J. Martin. County Judge-J.-H.. Steele, Leesburg, FOURTH JUDICIAL 'CIRCUIT, NASSAU UPON EASY TERMS.

', .tl Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. IIO-MES. Clerk-C. M. Kndtt, Sumterville. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
?,!-, 'r : Duval; 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A, H. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
.CA: y l Fall Term- Collector of Revenue. N.'WithersLees-;: THOMAS HADDOCK ) 1
Clerk T. H. Pitman.
1. .jf'? St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff{ Thomas N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent. I vs. }J- Order. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

'; :' Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. ,Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of Schools-C. F. Venable, !, MARY HADDOCK. J JII
'. ,tJ.i'J if Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker. Sumterville. appearing from the affidavit filed in rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Schools Whitnell SUWANEE COUNTY. said cause that the defendant, Mary Haddock -
r4": 'It Superintendent of Curry.
.,; + t Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. is now in the State of Georgia and in erty purchased substantial improvementsfor

."ir .,-lI'i: Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. the county of Camden, as defendant be-
" ..; t 1' FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John'R. Sessions, Live Oak. lieves,and.that she is over the age of twentyone residence, or in which to conduct their

.: '_:"i3, Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, years; now, therefore, it is ordered that
t i;+,, 1l' Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. said defendant, Mary Haddock;be requiredto business.
"' ,-It"' ,.::t! Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, answer or demur to the bill of complainant -
",j r! Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. filed in said'cause' on or before the first INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
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Schools Samuel J. Erwin. in
\j .t'."t.ti- March. Superintendent of VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames Monday January, A. JJ.1886.
!' '" Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday inJi.ifBi JEFFERSON. H. Chandler, Enter- Witness, John A. Edwards, Clerk of said by exemption for a term of years from
t March. Court, and. the seal thereof, this 2d day of
tw after 4th County Judge W. B.'Lamar, Monticello. prise. December A. D. 1885. taxation, offered by the several cities and
l. '1-p' r April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. towns. to
Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Fla. Apply
County,
l d1 Fall Termit.t Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia.
"aI' Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, CHAS. W. LEWIS,
Sumter, 1st Tuesday, in October. Monticello. Superintendent Schools-B. F. Fox, New

-r11 i'I Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer-W.. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. Fernandina.

.:t.t.i ,i Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. ticello.. I *WAKULLA COUNTY. .Office. DnryCe building (up stairs),

ti.r s."; fk..lei.. in Levy Alachua November.t 4th, 1st Tuesday. Tuesday in November.after 4th Tuesday ticello.Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- Sheriff-Charles County Judge-R.S.S.Alligood Smiths,Crawfordville., #?! xw.The corner Centre and First streets. u

LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. -
hi't..4" SEVENTH CIRCUIT.
... .r' Superintendent of .Schools-E. Y. Watts r .'
Best in America
t ,\' Spring TermOrange County Judgc- T. Chessen, New Troy. Crawfordville. I Newspaper t it '':;
I;A t 4th Monday in January. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby. County Treasurer W. W. Walker Craw- 1 and by far the Most Readable. .
Volusia 3d Monday in February. :
k il Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. ,
: .", Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- i {
"; 't Dade,3d Monday in April. fordville. I. money in distributing the Sun's Pre- ,.' :- ':? *
f1 fall Tenn- County Treasurer-A.. L. Morgan, New I -"
WALTON. miums. .
..I Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. "
S Volusia, 2d Monday in September. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. ,: !;
Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. The most interesting and advanta- .,
Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Ta.rt..f-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. .. '
i iit!:4!' Dade, 2d Monday in November. Sheriff--John C. McSween. geous offers ever made by any Newspaper. .' ': ."i.- -i/ ; .l :
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) { LEON COUNTY. :. '' ,
-Treasurer James E. Bowers. ''';)1 ;'i; "
Collector ofRet'enue-'V. B. McLeod. -.. > ", _"' ..n .. ,
County J'Ldge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. r.t : (t"

t.I:" County Officers. Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-,C. C. Gunn. No Subscriber ignored or neglected. .. '. : .. ,...." '
II ALACHUA. Clerk C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. Something for, all.' ". ,.. ,, ,,.',.; :"'Jji :; '; ... '-. "', :,
> 1fwflj .
i Junius C. Gardner Gaines- -J. \?'" .d -.r
Judge- Schools ,
U County Superintendent of Henry N.F lkel, 0
County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ''
i;S; ville. Tallahassee. Beautiful Substantial Premiums in ;, ":- "
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Clerk
D. D. "
I Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.Sheriff Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Melvin. Standard Gold and otherWfttchesValuable .
..1 Sheriff S. W. Davis. : -, : ;i iM;;..,-" -,.. (,- '
S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector ;Book .. -
-"t"t .' of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, ..Talla Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. : the Beet Family Sewing Machine j, 5' if.T,* F
: i'1 i .Collector of Revenue:-R.C. Denton, Gaines hassee. Collector of Revenue-John Roche. known to the trade, and annneqnaled list :,-.'" :
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Jt n yule LEVY COUNTY. Bush. ,of objects of real and instruction. '- :.: .
Superintendent of lchooHenry utility
; f Schools-W. N., Sheats
of
; Superintendent Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. .
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j $f rn Gainesville. BAKER r't'l Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. Bates, by Mail, Postpaid: .. .. '.,.!." .
COUNTY. Notice for Final Discharge: -.
Collector of Revenue-W. H. Anderson, 'DAILY Year 'S'> .
(without $6 00'
Sunday
t County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.,, per ) .j ;
:
IX 1.IONTHS'AFTER THE FIRST
F.J. Pons Sr., Sanderson. S DAILY, per Month(without Sunday) ,50
Clerk- Superintendent ,of Schools-Jas. P. DePass ; ,
publication of this notice I will present !
't'l SUNDAY, Year I 100 .
,
I J. W. Van uskirk Sanderson. per
Sheriff ; Bronson. ...
:* 't'm Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- LIBERTY; for to.he. Nassau Hon. H.J. Baker,' final Judge accounts of.Probate and FOR EVERY DAY IN THE.YEAR 700 1f-r...',.(ff''If.' ,,'...,,';::,'It'I'.' .'' ):- ";'>''1_F> '.'_,'" -.

1 I' derson. vouchers county, my' WEEKLY per Year I 100 ., ,
r &h.ooWm. County Judge-R. F. Hosford. as executor of the egtate'of !
) Suoerinttndent of. Lessene, Clerk-A.,J. Wboldridge. WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for a Address TTI2 SUN, New York Cttj.THE" i
i" -Sanderson. I Sheriff D. G. Harrell. final

j' I BRADFORD COUNTY. I Treasurer-J. E. Roberts., discharge.JOHN A. ELLERMANN, MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING .
J. R. Richard Lake Butler. i A DVERTISERS I send for our Select List of
County Judge- Collector of Ret'entL. G. Wilder. I Executor..
I .I is noted for the artistic mannerin
./V Local Geo. P. Rowell & Co.
: { : Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.J.Gregory. j Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m which it executes all kinds of Printing. 10 Spruce Street Newspapers.,New York.

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : DECEMBER 12, 1885.

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.'e' n- .... ... .- ,.. 1 ILROA1JS.. I'Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. .Ar.'Interlachen.6.10a m '4.06 pm

Ar. J.T & K.W June.... 7.30 a ra 4.55pm

.. I ,WAYCBOSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a ni 5.10 p m
.' Florida Railway & Navigation CO. Ar. Jacksonville......... 1.22 p w' 7.12pm
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f All trains of this
FUNKE'S road
PAUL Central
are run by :TRAINS. LEAVE GAINESVILLE. ,,
((90th) :Meridian time which is
33 minutes
I For Ocala ...... -
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slower than Jacksonville time. Leesburg ; .. ) Fast; Mail
THE KEY For Pemberton's.Ferry u...........}} .
4 t-n- -H'-I ( i i i i it HMMM i t H-t- and after For Astor................... ;........... 11.45 8 m
EMBRACING 'THE"WESTERN, CENTRAL.AND ON. Trains Sunday, May 3d, 1885, For Palatka............. ) Ex. Sun. ......_......
will leave and arriveas For Jacksonville......}\ ., ...i.
I SOUTHERN." DIVISIONS." follows. : For St. Augustine_... 3.00am 2.05pm
jDRY GOODS EMPORIUM I NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT' GAL
CENTRAL (90TH MERIDIAN) TIME. ONE .HOUR 'Leave Jacksonville daily at-......,.. 7:30 a m ESVILLE.
Arrive Jacksonville<< daily at...... 8:00 ,Frm Pemberton's Ferry '............) Fast Mail
.... SLOWER THAN WASHINGTON, D. C. Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a pm m Frm Astorand Leesb'-rg ............ V ......_......

1 M II I t H Arrive at Waycross daily at.10OO a m From Ocala................ ............J 3.05pm
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT.NOV. 15,1885. Arrive at Thomasville daily at....... 1:30 m From'palatka........... ") Ex-Sun: ......_......

.- i Arrive! at Bainbridge daily at......? 3:30 p p m From Jacksonville.... > ......_...... ......_......
Arrive at Chattahoochee .. From St.Augustine.- 9.30pm 12.45pm
at. 3:50
daily p m :
NEW WINTER GOODS. Western and Southwestern Fast Line.
Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.

Arrive Mobile daily at.............. 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta-
Read D'wn Read Up. :i Arrive New Orleans daily at::..... 7:45
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the 1est.W3Sortnient a m tula, etc.:
I have just.received, beyond question, ; _
Goods to Fernandina sistin of Colored a.m 1.30... Lv.JacksonVllle..Ar ....._ p.m.8.40 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa Leaves Leesburg..............:...........10.30 a m
of Winter brought
ever 8.14 ._ ". ............Baldwin........... ........ 1.48 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg.................... 4.45 pm
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres ;' Blankets, are among i; ', 9.45 ........ Ar..Lake City ..........Lv ........ 6.13 cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield. onlyafternoon -
Gloves and in 10.36 ........ ". ........Live Oak.......... ....._ 5.14 Mississippi points. ',Passengers 'for Brnns- trip :
my specialties; Hosiery; great variety ; 11 44......... .........,Madison........... ....._ 3.p.m. 'wick take this train, arriving at Brunswick'' ,Leaves
Leesburg.-......... 5.20 p m
Via
: 1.30.......;.. Ie ..........1.Ionticello.......... ..... 3.2D B.&W.R.R.at7.40p.m.
PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS; 2.09 ........ ." .........Tallahassee........ Ie ....... 1.15 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
., ....._ .............Quincy............. Ie ....... 12.01 ''train, Savannah to Pensacola. Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .

3.20........... "........River Junction...... ........ 11.20 a.m. and Pullman New Orleans.Palace Sleeping Cars .Jackson. Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa &
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Ribbons 4.5.,_...... ..........l\Iarianna.......... ......... 10.49 ville to Cincinnati ,Key West Railway and fast river steamersfor
Laces via
Embroideries, : 1.00....._. ..._DeFuniak Spring...." ......_ 8.40 Jesup. St. Augustine:Green Cove Spring, Jacksonville -
Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to 10.35....._ ..........Pensacola..:...._. ........ 5.05 ville Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- and all points North; East and
to St. Louis via'YaycrossJFAST !
be" found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment: Special .. a.m.3.10 ........ .............l\Iobile.............. ..........12.20 West and with upriver steamers for South
attention is directed to ray large and varied assortment ofSBOYS' MAIL. Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron

8.15,........ ........New Orleans_....... ........ 7.00 Leave Jacksonville daily at:.......... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship

6.50..'_'" .......ontgomery......... ....... .8.40 Arrive at Jacksonville,daily at......12:00, m "City Monticello," for Charleston, New-

p.m. a.m. Leave Chattahoochee ............. York Boston, Philadelphia
7.25 ........ .........xashyille.: .....:.... ........ 7.50 at .12:00: m :Mail trains ,make close connection both
MEN CLOTHING Leave Thomasville at........;.......... 2:10: p m
a.m.1.40 ........ .........E'ansille.: ....... ........ 1.00' Leave Callahan"daily at................ 3:15 p m ways'via Jacksonville! Tampa & Key West
.p.m. ,Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m Rail way at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast
8.00 ........ ...,.........St.r.:Louis..;........ II ....._ 7.15a.m. ,Arrive at Jesup daily at................, 6:38 p m .Line-Fast Mail.AtWait's .
which cannot be beaten ,in the city, and which. I am selling at .. Crossing, with Florida Railwav.
r 2.20....... ..........Louisville.......... ........ 1.00 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at one- Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a mi:

half the cost. Also -large variety of Gents' Underwear and ....._ ..........Cincinnati.......... ......... 8.45 Arriveat! Washington, D.C., daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &
: 6.3.j...:.... ........Indianapolis...... ....:_ 3.50 Arrive at New York dally at......... 8:00: a m. Western Railway, for Tallahassee Savan-
Furnishing Goods of every description. ....._ II ........;..Chicago........... ......... 3.45 Pullman Palace Buffet'and Sleepiag Cars nah, New Orleans, and all points North.
East and West; and with Florida Railwav
Savannah to New York without .
change.EAST
Throngh Tickets on sale at all coupon offices.
& Navigation Company, for Cedar Key,
checked
HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES Baggage through. FLORIDA EXPRESS. Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa.At .

Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:20 p m 'Ocala, with Florida Railway & Navi-
Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line I Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m gation Company, and hacks for Silver

for Men, Ladies and :Misses, of all sizes, at low prices. InjDqmes- ,* North and East. Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m Spring.
Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m ,At Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake
f I will not be
;, tic Goods am offering unprecedented bargainsyand ('Leave Live Oak daijy'at) ....f...,..... 8.55 p m Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
undersold.! Linens and White, Goods are: among 'my specialties. / i Read o'w"I' ... Read Up. ,Arrive'at'DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm Railway, and boats on Lake Harris. for

Attention is also directed to my large assortment of a.D.\\ 5.00 Lv..Fernandina..Ar. 'ta( a.m.\P.m.\ .Arrive Waycross daily at.1055 p m :points on lake.

6.35iAr..Callahan..Lv; Arrive at Jesup daily-at;: ................12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry,; with Hack Line

HOUSE-FUROTSHIN4 1L4451 ..:....:. ......'... 6.20 2.20 Arrive at Thomasville ,daily at...... 7:15 a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, ,Fort Dade
OPS.i; p.m., Arrive at Albany daily at..10:30 a m Tampa, and South Florida.

12.33 9.25jAr., .........Baldwin..Lv 5.45 1.30 Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m 0. W. 'BROMWELL,

Arrive at Macon at............... 8:50a
comprising,everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea I a.m.l daily m General Pass.Agent.
7.30 9.30 Lv......Withlacoochee..Ar 7.40 .1.40 Arrive.at Atlanta SHERMAN,
> daily at..12:30 p m CONANT,
call: All Grders'by luaU 'prom ptly J attendedvtd' at \ < 7.50. 9.50 I .......8t.Catherine......... 1.25 1.25 Arrive Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m General Manager.Traveler'8 .
8.4010.50, .........Panasoffkee........: Ie 6..45 6.45 '
Arrive at Charleston daily. at..12:45 p m
a.m.!p.m. I Arrive .... ..
at ...10:30
5.30 5.10 ............Orlando............ 9.25 10.10 Washington daily a m
6.30 8.20 ............Tavares............ 6.10 8.10 Arrive at New York daily at....;... 5:30 p m Guide.
6.59 9.02 ...........Lecsburg......... 5.20 7.38 'Pullman ,Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
-T AL'TNKE Y5MIVM G n : +- 7.27 9.55 ,. ...........Wildwood-......... 4.40 7.08 Waycross and Pullman Palace [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading
8.M 11.3. II ..............Ocala............. 3.05 5.56 Sleeping indicates, intended as a means of infor-
8.55 11.53 ........Silver' Spring........ 2.36 5.32 Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. mation to the traveling public. To be reliable -
Connections .at Atlanta with Western and
a.m.
..... .. ". ;'should be correct. The managers 'of
9.48 12.52 .Citra... 1.38 4.29 ,Atlantic and East' Tennessee, Virginia and
11.021 2.18 Ar.Waldo.._.........Lv 12.05 3.12 Georgia Railroads for all points West and the different railroad and steamer lines will

CENTRE STREET, 7.00.;.... Lv..Cedar Key......_..Ar ........ 7.25 Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
8.42....... ............Bronson;.......... ........ 5.29 Pullman ''Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson by notifying us of changes made in the run-
.; 9.13....... .............Ar-cher.....;....... ;:...... 4.56 ning time, when they will be promptly, cor-
:Fi R'N'.tS.NJt"J.'IWA: : : 10.06....... ";......Gainesville;....:..; ........ 3.57 ville to Louisville via Thomasville. rected.]
.. .. p.m. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville
'>''J' (.r ,' : :, !'.I t ., .' -" ,- / .* 11.08 2.30 ............'Valdo............. 11.50.3.15 and Nashville Railroad for New
Orleans and Texas points and the West and TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
12031, 3.23 ............Starke..Baldwin.::....,.... 11.10 2.22 'Northwest. At Savannah with Central ; RAILROAD.
I '" t. t'' t 6.00 ....:...:. ;..:........ 1, 9.35 12.40 Day Passenger Train leaves
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'Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
a.m. For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and
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.. .- 2.25, 7.20 Ar.........Callaban..Lv 6.50 11.33 Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail all points on Transit Road.....10.00 a. m.
way for all points North, with steamshipsfor ForSavannah and all points North

8.45 1.75 Ar..savannah.....;.....Lv ..... 7.01 New York, Boston and Baltimore. At and West.......................:.......:10.00 a, m.
a.m. S p.m. Charleston with steamships 'fur New York
10.45 ........ ...........Atlanta............ ... 3.30 Philadelphia Baltimore, (connecting at Callahan.) ./
) \\ 6.50 ........ ..........CincinnatL......... ......M 8.47 For. Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
1I'f/rffI/ :SUMMER )11 t [llll GOODS hm1 am. Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail points on the Florida Central &

\\1 1"I 1.53'......... ..........Charleston.......... ......_ 3.00p.m.l and Steamship connections, and Baggage Western Railroad................; ...10.00a.m.
I a.m. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
Baldwin.
m ......_, ..........Richmond........... .......10.49 and sections secured at Company's office in (connecting at )
f 6.55//........ ........ashington...__.." ._...... 6.00 Astor's ''Building, 84 'Bay street and at Depot Day Passenger Train arrives-
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From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
AT f tlVLOI 1.30........ ........Baltimore.......... _...... F.1 Ticket Steamers Office H. ,B.and PLANT on, CHATTAHOOCHEEand board People'sLine all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m

4.40....... ........Philadelphia........ ........1220 JENNIE LANE. From Savannah and all points in
8.00_.. ..._ .....__..Ne'v York-......... _...... 9.00 JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West..............- 3.55p.m.
General From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
Passenger Agent.R.
a'aO'S ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS all points on the Florida Central
> ffi : ', .. G. FLEMING, Superintendent.Florida .
between Jacksonville'and. Orlando and Montgomery '---11- "1FI __ LT & Western Railroad...............- 3.55p.m.
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and Orlando.

CONNECTIONS :' I I Southern Railway Co. For Night Wild Passenger wood....Train.........leaves-.............. 5.00p.m.
At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for Savannah and all points North

COMPLETE Florida Palatka Southern and all landings Railway; at for,St.Pemberton Catherine Ferry with, ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING and West................................ 5.00 p. D1.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING OUR STOCK OF
Brooksville, Bartow and ,Tampa; Leesburg; (connecting at Callahan.),
with steamers for landings'on Lakes Harris, SOUTH. Train arrives-
Night Passenger
Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with,: Florida Accom. Fast Mail.
Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Orlando Daily ex.Sun. Daily. From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
with South Florida Railroad for all pointson .J.y. Jacksonville, via all points on the Transit Road._ 9.45 a. m.

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

(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) AT."Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

Lv. Fernandina.........;....._ 7.20 a.m. 2.50 p.m., Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 p m 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily, except Sunday-

Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Nun's Yelling Ar.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"Ar.
........... 12.45
Fernandina11.00 6.36" Ar. Gainesville. 9.30a m pm For Jacksonville ........................ 2.50 p.m.
Ar. Micanopy''.............12.50 a m 12.50 p m Train arrives daily except Sunday-

(SUNDAYS ONLY.) Ar. Ocala.................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p m From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.
Fernandina.............. 7.00 3.30
Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions, Lv.Ar. Jacksonville.............-_ 8.26 a.'.m.' 4.56"p. m. Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville.........?............ 6.36p.m.
Ar. Lcesbn ............... 7.00am 3.55pm
Lv. Jacksonville....._.......... 9.10" 5.30" Sunday only-
Ar. Fernandina.10.36: 6.56 Lv.. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm From Jacksonville ....._.............10.36 a.m.
1'" Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p m From Jacksonville ..................... 6.56p.m.
MALLORY STEAMSHIP; LINE. ,' St.Johns Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.

m AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 1 l Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednesdays 4 Lv.Leesburg& Lake Eustis Div.... ............ ,4.00 p m For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30p.m.

,, i II .. and Saturdays at 5.10p. m.,connecting"with sail',, ,Ar.Fort Mason............ ............ 4.45 p m MALLORY LINE.
of the Line,
7 the ing elegant semi-weekly steamships for New York Mallory direct. Lv. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.55pm For' New York direct, 'every Wednesdayand

e .. ,. ," FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY* An: Altoona........<........ ............ 5.30 pIn Saturday.evening.

"J Connections made at Fernandina Sunday Ar. Astor.................... Daily. 6.45pm From New York direct, 'every Tuesdayand
and Thursday with the Florida Steamship every Com Lv.'Fort Mason..........10.00 a m 5.00 p m Friday eveing, at 3.00 p.m.
pany for Savannah, Charleston. ,New York and Ar. Eustis...................10.10 a m 5.10 p m
A Boston. Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 p ra CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP pNE.

In MATTINGS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, ;RUGS,. WINDOW' BRUNSWICK. AND INLAND 8..B. co. Ar. Lane Park............. 11.00 a m 5.45 p m 'For Jacksonville andPalatka, by City of.
Palatka of Monticello
or City every Mondayand
Connections at Fernandina daily from and to
GOING NORTH.
SHADES, WALL PAPER, ..etc., our, stock is complete.. t Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos.. Thursday. From Charleston same day .
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*. Daily. Fast Mail. .For Charleston steamers
a :, Collyer leaves at 2.30 p.m. by same every
A. O. MACDONELL, Daily.rLv.'Astor Sunday and Wednesday., From Palatka and
Our SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment and, price, wit any General Passenger and Ticket Agent. ....'.'............... ............ 7.30am Jacksonville same days.CUMBERLAND.
in t' "' :) ?t. "" : ; W. G. COLEMAN, Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m
the State. Gen. Jacksonville Fla. ROUTE.
D. MAXWELL' Trav Gen.Agt., FernandinaFla., Lv. Altoona............:... 8.50 a m :
; Sup't., .. 8.55 Steamer Thos. Collyer,for, Brunswick -
Lv. Tavares...; ... .:.....:3.50 p'm a m
CLOTH and HAT :;DEPARTMENT '( up stairs) 'embraces ''a line of Notice or Incorporation.. Lv. Eustis.. ................. 4.20 p m 9.15 a m daily at.....1...................... '2.30 p.m.
(connecting at Brunswick 'withE
Goods that be excelled in the CottonadeUP Ar. at Fort Mason from T. V. &G. R.R. for Northernand
cannot
the ,State.-.from cheapest UNDERSIGNED GIVE .
HEREBY
THE : ;Lane Park............... 4.30pm 9.20am
tice of the formation 'of'THE Western points.
Ar. at Fort Mason from
to fine line of is manufactured. SteamerThos.Collyerfrom Brunswick
as ., a Diagonals... '.' as. ....' EAST GEORGIA& FLORIDA RAIL Astor_..................... 9.40 a m daily at..........................-12.15 p.n1.
In ALPACAS- PONGEES and ] .t. ROAD COMPANY Lv. Fort Mason............ 9.50 a m
SEERSUCKERS4\sc| are'offering ST. MARYS RIVER.
; ; 'A r: ..Leesburg.............. 10.35am .
Bargains to make for Fall stock. ., 1 f l ? for the purpose:of.constructing; maintaining -' 'Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00am 'Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
room our i' I I For St. Marys and Crandall,Tubs.
t'i j r ft. tB J in the and conveyance operating a of railroad persons for and public property use Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.25 a m dayand Friday....................... 3.00p.m.

Orders by mail promptly attended from the St. Mary's River, at.or.nearly "Ex.Sun. For St. Marys and Dungeness '. .

posite the City of St.']'Iary'.s, Georgia, to the op- Lv. Leesburg.......;...... 6.30 p m 10.45 a m Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m.
City of Jacksonville;; Florida, by the"'most Ar. South .Lake Weir... 8.10 p m "11.18,8 niAr. For St. Mary's and 'King's Ferry,

direct and practicable route through the Ocala.....................10.30 p m 12.25 p m :Monday and Thursday............. ,8.00a.m.
: MODE BRO'S Counties. of Nassau and.Dnval'Florida. Micanopy..7. ,;............ 2.45 a m 2.05 p m Steamer Martha arrives- -
T4 W. T. DILL, Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 a in 2.35 p m From St. Marys and Crandall, oh

H. S. MORSE, Lv. Rochelle................ 3.50 a m 2.40 p m Monday and Thursday...........-7.00 a.m.
CENTRE STREET FERNANDINA FLA
":" L. : : : ,. W. E., KAY, Ar. Gainesville......... 4.20 a m 3.05 p m From St. Marys ,and Dungeness,, '
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": -"'. A. H. COX. Lv. Gainesville.......... 3.00 a m 2.05 p m on Wednesday and Saturday.- 9.90I.m:

-::l'-{{ ; : "> C...P."GOODYEAR... .Lv.Rochelle ............... ':4.00 a m, 2.55 p m From St.1\ary's and King's Ferry, '.
,: ; ._,," \ Jacksonville, Fla., September 17, 1385. Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a ra 3.24 p ra Tuesday and Friday.:...............'2.00. p.m.7" ... .
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; resident of this city, died on Friday, ,night''la'st.ofpulm ,f I.. : 'i'!;::1; -'piori' Pi :'of'FertidnfUna," J :;}' -Sf a'{:'i'.\ :1* Q ;i';: "T'T A'1"ri' '- TT''f

.; ,. A 'TEAR; $J.OO FOR'SIX MONTHS ; n r disease HIGH WATER. (A .:.)..... (" : : J, ',' -
,, '::t.f i "" -i L""IT"i imrmReflection General SatUrday'Dec..12.U:44: A.M. 0.-00
;;"" Freight Agent F. B. Papy; of the : p. M:.
Sunday13... .... 0:09:0:31: "< "
i f;,ift';. & Florida Railway. & Navigation Company; ,, Monday V:-J14; .-......-... 1:01:: ". '153 .,
ri'T' --- Tuesday, ", ,. 15...._..:.., a5 -. ,2,17Wednesday .
removed his office:to .
the 1.1ns. Jacksonville. .
Rif ifu. ;i ''The irregularity of the, arrivals'i of ;" 16.; _.._.. 2:51- '* ': 3:14" .'
; r tlj 'riiail? is Retting to be very'regular. Carpenters were to work this week fitting Thursday; ". '17.:......-.., 3:47: "". 4:12.r .. EASONfrBLE4 GOOD1
,Friday, 18.?...._ .. 4:47" 5:12: "
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J jf Who says Fernandina! not. a growing up the former trciisurer'sbfficecifthe, Florida ENTERED. .

: 'Railway-, & Navigation. i.Company. for' a.ticket. .. ;Steam-packet. Thos.Collyer/Dilwood.. from Brunswick : I
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crowded office. Georgia; daily. -
; Dec. 5-Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from .
r :;:t.J :Mr.. A. D.. Ronssell of the Bargain Store New York freight and .' .'
i. ::d .f.be.firn of, Fred W..Hoy"t! .& o.was; the RJ-W.'Southwick: agent.passengers. .. ,'.to ..
'. ; : first to pay the taxes, assessed for 1884, and on Second street,'has'renioved to, Jacksonville Dec. Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from
Collector Scott informs tliat they did where lie has established a general New York'; freight and passengers, to '
'W- us R.; W. Southwick, ;'
agent. have .
'r la:,.. likewise this year. agency business. Dec. "Steamship: City of Palatka, Vogel; from We as usual, a-large: variety of

:{ i, Ladies who desire Elegant" goods will rejoice Mrs. Upham, 'wife of Dr. J.B. :'Upharn,arrived ," ;Steamship. Charleston City; to.of W.Monticello O.Jeffreys,,' agent.McKee. articles suitable the

;iF'I! to, know that J. H. PRESCOTT has from the North, with' her daughters, to from W..o Palatka:Jeffreys; freight agent.and passengers.. for Holiday season,

.tII now In stock.,the.genuine: C. Burt boot infin on the Mallory steamship Carondelet, Saturday Dec. 9-Steamship City, of Monticello, McKee, and enumerate below few of, the
rW a
from Charleston goods
: French kid. y morning last. 1.; freight and passen-
"I'iI.,ktl'fv gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. '.
1', t :. Some of our sidewalks, .during. the late Right Rev. Bishop Moore who has lately Dec. 9-Steamship Palatka City freight of Palatka and ;Vogel,from to that are specially desirable for presents.

:;'f .d rains, would have been strong competitorsof returned from. Rome. Italy- will. ',officiate W. O. Jeffreys; agent. passengers
r:" ', the of tomorrow at, St..Michael's church and give Dec. 5.Steampacket St. Nicholas, Usina, from Of ,' ,
t ,h'f1i1"'f "'; the St. Johns bar, as far as depth Savannah: freight and passengers, to ; ,course only ,a small ,portion of whatwe
,r. i water on them was concerned.. the Papal benediction. the Key Line (.r'. R. &N. Co.)

'i. :'11" It is suggested that the Council order a Owing to the,absence of Rev, Mr. Chandler ll-SchoonerJ.ballast: to H.master.May, Riggs, Coosaw; S.C.' ; have .can be ;:mentioned, in an adver

-t. u:: \ white bean .to be hung on each street corner, who is attending the session of the South -Schooner E. A. Gaskill,Wilson,Philadelphia -
; iron, to Florida Railway &Nav-
f t m so that th;- Present tired lamps may rest, Georgia Conference at Brunswick, there will .f igation Co. .. "tisement.Ve invite an inspection of
'l and the streets be better lighted: be no preaching at the Methodist Church in t .' ''': CLEARED. .
,-fI this city tomorrow.: Steam-packet Thos. Collyer Dilwood, for Brunswick our stock; which will be found to in-
Mr. J. Bushnell, Chief Engineer of the Georgia, daily.
;. l Florida Railway & Navigation Company, i if Hon.! Virgil 'Hillyer, of Washington, D. Dec. Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for include
New York freight and by articles for everybody:
; passengers
...., .J:;: has been appointed Master of Roadway. I C., who has been superintending the ship- R..W. Southwick .
: that system, with his office at Fernandina.Rev. ping of the orange crop from his grove at .Dec. 10-Steamship City of Antonio, Wilder, Children's
Our line of
;: : for New-York; freight and passengers. Chairs, Rockersand
is Citra left for his home yesterday morning. by R. W.Southwick agent.
/ Mr. Scott, of Pensacola, urged for '
';) Hillyer is the father of Mr.:C. V. Dec. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for .
iit. f.r. Hillyer
Jj! :' the of' the is
the appointment to bishopric Palatka; freight and passengers, by high, very complete. You can
of this city. W. 0. '
Prostestant Episcopal Church of Florida, Jeffreys Agent.
i:, Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,.
t;" ";\1 t made vacant by the death of Bishop Young. Mr. Austin ''H'.' Haskins; who will have for Charleston;freight and passengers, find something that will ,please the lit-
? the by W. O.Jeffreys, agent.
x." .1'o.1<" management of the Egmont Hotel dur-
t.t.". : A heavy rain storm, accompanied by se- Dec. 9-Steamship City''of Palatka, Vogel. for
1t 1 vere thunder and lightning,.passed over this ing the, winter season, ,arrived in the city' Charleston:freight and passengers, by tle ,ones there. These goods ,are very
W. O. Jeffreys, agent. .
last and is domiciled that
6.lt.t'! :." .' part of the county on Wednesday last, continuing Tuesday, at pop- Steamship City of Monticello,McKee,for
!Z ":'; ': "1, until Thursday afternoon. The ular hostelry. He will personally superintend Palatka; freight and. 'passengers. by, cheap, 'and at the same time durable.We .

;:r'h. from indicate the fitting up, repairing and changes. W.O.Jeffreys.
weather predictions Washington Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for
,, f..:, J that it will be followed by a cold spell. The'house'will be opened'on Christmas day. Savannah:!freight and passengers, by .have, some very 'pretty rockers of ..
the Line F. R.
.f,9, Key ( N. Co.) J "
'JJ.,}" well The Fernandina Roller Skating Club will 5-British bark Sams, Emmerson, Buenos
'i. < Burt and Wears' shoes are so .known, the for
: Ayres; lumber, by C. H. IIuot.II same goods older people.
Ilii:';. L and so highly esteemed by gentlemen, (with give a masquerade' skating carnival. and ball 5-Br. Bark Signet, Durkee, Buenos Ayres. ;

Fw, el?, 4: } feet) that it's only necessary to say they can on New Year's eve, which'will be similar to :Schooner lumber/Samuel by Payne McMannery., Cook&Co. Baker For 'a lady, one of our Patent Carpet
';, l; be had at'J. H: PRESCOTT'S. the one which took place atthe, 'rink l last New York; lumber, by.L. A.Davis &

{: Collector Scott is.now ready to receive the ''New Year's eve. Musical favors will be' distributed 14 5-Schooner Bro. Nettle'Langdon, 'Bagleyi; New Rockers is a beautiful present. These
i/ State and County taxes assessed the and. the ,new year ushered in as York; lumber. by W. B. C. Duryee.
-} upon "
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Schooner Mary F. Castner, Barrett, Philadelphia '
t ). real and personal property in Nassau county was'done so ,merrily a year ago. If:anything ;Jumber, by C. H. Huot. goods are cheaper than ever before.
-"fI'j can be added' to 'make this the Schooner. ;eventy Six, Montgomery, for
for 1885. He has established his office verybest
)1'l.' !.t; in Philadeldhia; lumber, by J. C. Read.
."'. E. O. Friend's store, where he can be found affair ever .given by the. club, it 'will ; Schooner Anita Jewett, Port ,Spain, We, of course, have a full line of Cane
i"'"';''r.:1 on Wednesdays and Saturdays.. See his notice certainly be done; and it is expected thata Trinidad; lumber, by J. Mizell & Bro.
'fI: .r very large party will join actively in'the VESSELS IN PORT. and Perforated Seat Chairs
C elsewhere. togetherwith
1 :. Schooner Lizzie S. Haynes, Sawyer, New York. : ,
entertainment. ,All arrangements have no'tas Schooner J. B. Holden, Scott, Philadelphia.-
; ;
of the
The roof residence of Mr. J. E. '
yet been perfected, but will be.as soonas Schooner G. M. Ruckerson, -, New York. Revolving Spring Chairs. Other
t lf.,fi "Meddaugh, on Sixth ,and Broome streets, Schooner Sallie Ion, West, Belfast, Maine.
; : possible, and due, notice will be given in Schooner Mary F. Carson,Robinson, New York.
was discovered on fire last Sunday afternoon the next J/trror. Schooner Ruth Darling,Chipman Philadelphia. articles in the. Furniture Departmentthat
:.. .' It was' soon extinguished before !. Schooner Anna R. Bishop Rulan, New York. : ,
i ; ::ij much damage was, done. The fire apparatus It is ,conceded that a man's,heart may be Schooner Schooner E.H.A.'May Gaskill, Riggs, Wilson, Coosaw., Philadelphia.The S. C. be mentioned Whatnots

t i..: :, : I!'. .. was gotten out by a few of the citizens reached by way of his stomach (or feet.) may are ,

J,.-; !"''rh:, :J but, fortunately, its services were not Any lady therefore, desiring to be remembered boys in the Chinese. Mission Schoolin Centre Tables Extension Tables Flower

:l": ( needed.Mr. by'any particular, gentleman Boston appear.to:prefer women,teachers. ,

+V:1' ; M. A. Williams, and not Mr. A. T. 1'(possessing a. heart) should place pair of'PRESCOTT'S One of them who, ., in" the. absence, of his own Stands, Hat Racks and Bureaus. Those -'
$ Elegant Embroidered Slippers teacher, was putunder_a man teacher seemed
i Williams, his son, will be in charge of .the :
'. I(! ; ;g :Jacksonville branch of the firm of Williams ,within his reach on the morning,of December uneasy. When?, asked 'the reason i; he'replied Beautiful Baskets that are displayed at

l tJ, r:11 Swann, as stated erroneously in our last 25th. "Me wantee old gal.

t, ;,z issue. Mr., A. T. Williams still retains hisposition our. Furniture Store make elegant 'presents -

?! i as Land Commissioner.of the FlorIda -
!!
t j r t t..di Land & Mortgage Company, the Sir Ed- and the ;;same can be said 'of the

.rr ti ward Reed purchase. ... ..
Crockery Glassware Mirrors etc. We
'
; Ifi Mrs. C. Cone, living at Coneville, on Bell ,

ji r.., ;, river,presented to the Mirror this week some II "r. '-I" would call particular attention to our

if ;: ; samples of guavas raised!!! on her homestead, f I

844.i i ; in this county. It is the.popular belief that large assortment' of Table and Pocket
ffi'.fi' : this tropical fruit grows to perfection only in

W: :t ':111! South Florida, but the samples,sent to this *:: HOLIDAY GOODS! 44 Cutlery, Lamps,. etc., etc., (at our SecondS
. ar1J office certainly contradict this, though they

',.; R may have been raised under favorable cir- reet Store.)

ht't,( ; cumstances. While none of them were under .
.-. ,. .. ,.
.t;, the average size,one specimen'measured I WE HAVE'ADDED TO OUR ASSORTMENT.-' .ARE: NOW' :In: the line 'of seasonable delicacies, we
; t-tl f 9 inches in circumference. The flavor,was P '" ; '

.r 4 r t t very fine, at least so it was stated by a lover OFFERING A LARGE VARIETY OF "V( ., have added largely to our stock. Nuts,

r : of this fruit whom wegottosampleitforus. :
J : Our taste has not been educated' sufficiently Jellies Preserves Dried Fruits
lJ i1 J quite FANCY GROCERIES and. an
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w i! to appreciate its good quality.

1\S z?t If. R. Duvats vouchers (fiaving a greenish -AND- elaborate display of .Confectionery, are

r: 1: tinge on the back) will be taken (at pa:) also

;4.it f,'Jt. .'... at PRESCOTT'S in exchange'for'those inde- 7 : TABLE DELICACIES' mentionable. We keep in large varietyall

structable school shoes. .
I '
lt. t. ,the staple \Groceries such as Ferris'
,: : ,
;t.t: Z Evidences of i improvement about the Florida ; IPORTED'VEGETABLES IN: GLASS, '
.!,+ t r-tl Railway & Navigation'Company's depot, "
DOMESTIC Hams and Boneless Bacon finest
VEGETABLES IN GLASS ; very
t' ,
,
;'1' wY under Receiver Duval'sadministration,; are .

already perceptible. Mr. Joe Marzyck is IMPORTED FRUITS IN GLASS, : Creamery Butter and Cheese; fresh Pork

b.i: :lj'" I erecting framing for pile-drivers to at once DOMESTIC FRUITS IN GLASS, -

1uJ:: commence driving piles for the enlargement Sausages Fulton Market Beef
i IMPORTED SOUPS IN GLASS, ; Corned ;
.1 of the.dock and extension of the freight- IMPORTED AND, DOMESTIC -
: .
. !, i house 200 feet There is also in contemplation PRESERVES AND SAUCES. .Extra :Fine Mackerel ; Breakfast delicacies ,

' the erection of a local freight and passenger .. ... ,

i : lr.1 depot fronting on Hogan street.. The .... OLIVES, .AND OLIVE OIL,4...T: '," such as Buckwheat in bulk and in

." Jt lot is being cleaned up to-day, and just as ,'.1.., SAUCES, CATSUPS. PICKLES,

: ?fr r. soon as all preliminary matters are arranged .'. .'i:" IMPORTED CHEESE packages, Oat Flakes,, Oat Wafers and
1- ii." ;t the public may be surprised at any hour.by ,
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't..If.;: a the commencing of the erectlOn.o C these additional CURRANTS' RAISINS DOMESTIC CHEESE, Wheaten Grits;' new Florida Syrup and
CITRON
1 .
structures. Mr. is chock fult'j ,
r : rf\1 Duval '. '
j.;; itl i of good business knowledge, and will prove CHOICE TABLE NUTS AND RAISINS, Golden Drips ; Canned Goods: .of,
: ft tt the correctness of this assertion in less than CAKES. ,,ETC., ,IN NEW' ,VARIETIES,
!tI '!t+ !, three months.-Jacksonville Daily Herald: description.
FINE FRENCH CONFECTIONERY.
c On Sunday evening last Mrs. C. S. Clark, :; '

)''gyp ''f wife of the local editor.of.the Natsau County LARGE ASSORTMENT, OF FIRE-CRACKERS, :' In a word, everything ..for,.'everybody.

t 'ti t"I' Record, died at,her home in'Callahan, after FRUIT BUTTERS, JAMS AND JELLIES, .

,I; a brief but painful illness., Her death; is DRIED FRUITS AND :MINCE MEATS.; ;
11 t made all the more sad from the fact that her
husband had but. recently located in Callahan -ALSO A FINE LINE OP_: ,

1 I, !l' and, after preparing! a home sent for '

4 :g'r his wife only two weeks ago to make it happy STAPLE IRO 'O E'lR, I;.IE,S., FRED & CO.

1ft: f tf and pleasant. The lady was but twenty- ,,.1' ,: W.JOYT .
ii: 1 eight years of age, and of.that bright, loving,.

'.,; m kind and gentle disposition,that won quickt *,WHITNER & SCHUYLER3STO. .

,. 'It (:t and easily the hearts of all whom she met.- .
: m Her young husband who is a well known .
: .' Furniture: : Store Centre Street.
-47 CEIErTjEWE STREET .
Iowa newspaper man, and writer of"Floridian :: :
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: Facts" and other Southern
'. I articles
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1.1' for Northern press,will have the sympathy i t.: :' Grocery Store and Office Second Street.
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t I of all who know him. 'Mrs. Clark's .. 't' '. :

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. K t county. Fla., and is a prominent attorney. ., '\:: : .o ........;..1J'i.- >C?; :' :,.,:..,...." '" c, ; : .':' ,

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