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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 19, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
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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>.
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VOL.; VIII. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY> DECEMBER- 19, 1885. 'NO.4.
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ITEMS OF INTEREST.GERMANY A .TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE. p. :" .
The
I. City Council.
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ATLANTA Ga. December 15.-A '" .
,
,The regular meeting of the City Councilwas
,devotes 9,000,000 acres to frightful and fatal collision occurred CCC H' H RRRR II SSSS TTTTT'MN NM A : SSSS held on Wednesday evening last with
the cultivation of the potato The this morning shortly after 12 on the C C H ,H R R II S S T. MM MM ,AA S S following aldermen ,
'' O. C.H. HR RIIS1 T MM present: G.F.Avery,
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Pacific about fifteen miles
last year was 23,000,000,tons. Georgia C President and Aldermen McGiffin, Austin
yield H H R R II S TU: M MM A A S ,
from here,.in which eleven lives were Dorsey and Robinson. -
THE population of Oregon, accord- 0' HHHH RRRR II SSSS T'{: :U '1\1 MM AA SSSS ;
lost and three persons so badly injured C H.H: R to the County Assessors, ,is 204,000, that it is thought that death will re C C H H R' RII S T :M MM M ,AAAAA : S. W. H.'Pope, services as IayoriorNo-

being an increase I of 28,800' since 1880.A sult. The circumstances of the wreck C CH .H.R&RIIS S T .M M MA ASS vem ber................_..........:........*.....25.00
CCC H H II SSS ? 'M M MA''A SSSS Ge. Demott, scavenger work to Decetnber.l1th -
REEF known as the Culaberas, are as follows : : ..:..............._............... 80.00
The East Tennessee and Georgia .RI'R t G.F.A"ery, repairs to Old Town road, 20.00
sixty miles.from Tonga Island, in the Pacific use the same tracks from At- F ; HE'tf. Bryant.special police, city.......,, 2.25
become an.active : Elias Lottery, special police, ...... .
South Pacific, has lanta to Austelle where they diverge, "... city. i itB. /
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A.
,, "" I. Noyes supplies for city............ 2.80
volcano 900 feet high. one going west and the other north. I" .'' \ Palmer Brothers, supplies. city.....: loo
however leave the from different Ili FASHIONABLE i,. The Fire
They, city AND DURABLEaAT 'A<" : : Committee was authorized to
THE Wisconsin Central Railroadhas .., : ,,," .- .
at
depots and meet just the city .' procure a fire bell for the engine house.
made a desirable innovation upona 'limitS; and from there they both use ." .?,4"fA' : ; The bond of John Stays, City. Tax Assessor

bad custom by paying the porters of the same track to Austelle.. Just! one F O. :() T--WEAR was approved. *

its new sleeping car lines $50 a month, 'mile east of Austelle is a water..tank. The Finance Committee recommended
The night train on the Georgia the adoption of.the following ordinance
them of dis- passenger ,, :
and forbidding on pain
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Pacific leaves here at 10 o'clock, ,-' An Ordinance for Fixing: the Rate of Ass'essment -
charge,from receiving tips. The Pull and the East Tennessee 'train at 10:45. for Taxation for the Year 1885. '

man Company pays its porters $10 a Last night the: Georgia Pacific train J. H.PRESCOTT'S Be it ordained by the City Council of Fer-
nandina, That for the of
month. was somewhat delayed, and when it purpose meeting
stopped at the, water tank was on the the'current expenses of said 'city, and the
Union Pacific Railway Com- due
THE past indebtedness thereof'for the
.East Tennessee train's time. The'East year
4,499 miles of road 1885; also, for the purpose of
pany now operates Tennessee train came flying around the establishinga

and either controls or has proprietary curve and, without a moment's warn- water works and fire protection, there be
IT IS IMPRACTICABLE AND UNNECESSARY TO raised by levy upon the real and personal
interests in 1,305 miles more, makinga ing, went crashing into the rear of the .
property of the
,city,as assessed a tax of((13)
total of 5,804. In operating. this Georgia Pacific train. .' ATTEMPT TO GIVE .A DETAILED LIST OF thirteen mills on'the dollar,as follows:'For
I The engineer and fireman of the
which five States current expenses, 9 mills due bonds.
: past
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system, penetrates ,
East Tennessee train saw the Georgia ; MY LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENTOF mill
; water supplies and fire
and Territories, over 20,900 men are Pacific train, but 'too late to avoid the, mills. prtectiop,3
'collision. The fireman jumped from STYLISH. ,AND SERVICEABLE;; .
employed.DR.
.. The ordinance was read for the first and
VON GALHLORN, who had been theengine, but the engineer remainedat t. : second time and, the rules being waived,
his post, reversing the engine and K'" placed upon its passage and passed.
troubled with insomnia tellsof :
greatly applying the brakes, though he was BOOTS/SHOES SLIPPERS. The Finance Committee, to whom was referred -
the method which he has found effectual :- unable to prevent the collision. The the final report of Tax Collector C.J.

for two years in'curing it. It engine tore its way into the rear coach, .. Westbergfor- the year :1884, recommendedthat

consists in bandaging one'leg up to the and that telescoped the one in'front of ..,. I HAVE E. C. BURT'S LADIES' FINE BOOTS, the report be adopted, and that the list
'
it which forced into the aheadof ; .' .of
was one uncollectable taxes for 1882, 1883 and
knee with several layers of wet calico
it. The rear coach, was filled'with ,;iBURT & MEARS' AND, ;HANAN& SON'S 'GEN 1884, amounting to'$57.14, be stricken'from
and covering these with a sheet, of wa- passengers, and the cries of the wounded the roll.

terproof cloth. This procedure dilatesthe rent the air. All was dark, and TLEMEN'S SHOES, ;PHILADELPHIA,.BALTIMORE, The report was adopted.

vessels of the leg,.and by dimin- the statements of those who hastened NEW YORK, ':AND, EASTERN GOODS, IN HAND, .
.Knights Honor.
to.the scene are that words cannot describe -
the amount of blood in the head
ishing ,
the awfulness of the situation.As MACHINE, AND STANDARD: SCREW' WORK., At the meeting of Weeapopka Lodge, No.
induces sleep.DR. the East Tennessee 2,535, Knights of Honor,at their hall in this
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soon as possible
DRAPER, of the Meteorological train; was backed from the wreck THESE, GOODS.. ARE HONESTLY' AND SUB, 'city, ,Tuesday. evening, ,December.' 15th. ,..,thefollowing ,

Observatory, is said to regard ozone asI I and the;work of removing the :dead STANTIALLY" MADE, FROM SOUND' 'STOCK, TO' .' of cers'were elected. for the year. \.
and wounded commenced: From Aus ; : 1886Dictator 'l =---/4." ,. -. .;;.t
constituting ,& predisposing cause of telle here : r' Y-ESPECIAL ORDER FOR RETL. CpST01ki .f ,. -1 .'l"a.1- '' ..:.-. ". -
messaga sent : .
a was apprising : ''''' '_ .
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the the : : "., 1 ''::- if--
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pneumonia. thisbe case, 1. "Y t-*" -* <#* -*-* *-** V" -*'>i :Vl .D: --- b01't. \' .... __ .: .
the officials of the road of the accident ''
matter of keeping plants in, bedrooms and asking for help. At 2:25: 'a. m..atrain TRADE, AND.. MUST NOT, CONFOUNDED. Assistant Dictator-. Charles H. Leggett. '
Reporter-John. Brooks.
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becomes serious, as flowering, and especially left here bearing physicians and WITH ORDINARY SHODDY GOODS MANUFACTURED -. Treasurer-C. V. Hillyer: .

odoriferous plants, exhale several of the railroad officials. The Financial Reporter-W. H. Garland. I
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ozone largely. The value of ozone officers of the road immediately set to FOR JOBBERS. 'Chaplain-E.: T. Roux.

pro and con has been much discussed, work to have the track cleared, and at FOR THE SAME, OR EVEN A LESS, '''PRICE Guide-A. ;j. Houser. .
8:30: this morning this had been done. Guardian-Sol. A. Mode.
but there appears to be no doubt that About 7:30: a. m. a train left Austellefor THAN IS ASKED FOR, UNRELIABLE GOODS, I Sentinel-S. T. Riddell.

small quantities act upon the lungs Atlanta with the dead and wounded The retiring Dictator, W. J. Woodwardwill

with great violence. arriving here at 8:05.: The killed CAN GIVE YOU A SHOE POSSESSING MORE occupy the seat of the sitting Past Dic-

were placed on biers in an undertak- STYLE, TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. MORE tator. Dr.Theo.Starbuck goes to Pensacolaas
WILD fox grapes in the Alleghany ing establishment, and hundreds of the representative of this lodge to the

Mountains, in West Virginia, are made people have crowded its doors all day. WEAR, AND (HAVING A GREAT VARIETY OF Grand Lodge, and :Mr. G. N.Saussy as alter-

into jelly and sold by the residents in The blame for the accident is not nate.A..
SHAPES AND WIDTHS FROM WHICH TO SE-
those poor cabins to the keepers of the I yet placed, and an investigation will 0. MacDonell,W. J.Woodward and C.

crossroads stores for fifteen cents be necessary to settle it. The coroner's ? LECT)' ONE HUNDRED PER CENT. MORE V. Hillyer were elected masters.
per inquest has been going on all day. In The affairs of the lodge have been excep-

pound, the pay to be "in trade." The the examination Dr. Roy, surgeon of COMFORT. tionally well conducted ; the financial con-

jelly is of two kinds, one dark blue, the Georgia Pacific, said when he ,ar- dition is good,and the membership has been
IT IS NOW A RECOGNIZED FACT THAT THE
the other a pale green, and both are rived on the scene the engine had tel- largely increased, with good prospects for

said to surpass the Scotch jams and escoped the sleeping car, passing INGENUITY OF TANNERS IN PREPARING STOCK the year 1886.
through to within a few feet of the
jellies that in this country sell for forward end, and the water and steam ENABLES THE MANUFACTURERS OF SHOES TO Shipments from This Port-
the week the
During past following ship-
twenty-five cents pound. from the boiler ,
per and tender gushed MAKE UP WORK HAVING ALL THE OUTWARD ments were made from this port via the New
and flooded the whole train.
through York and the Charleston lines
ACCORDING to the last at the steamship :
report According to his examination not a APPEARANCES OF HONEST GOODS AND 'THATIT ; Per State
close steamship of Texas-2,600 packages -
!? of the military manoeuvres, the
of the dead died from
single one external -
530 bales cotton, 100 barrels
oranges
German counts at 161 but all met their death REQUIRES AN EXPERT OR A THOROUGHLY ..
army present injuries, rosin, 220. sacks cotton seed and 25,packages
regiments of regular infantry, 20 bat- by being scalded or their inhalation of POSTED SHOEMAN TO DETECT THE DECEPTION. merchandise.

talions of light infantry, 93 regimentsof steam. ,. i Per steamship Carondelet-1,775' packages

i 674 bales cotton, 229 cases cedar,
oranges
cavalry, 37 regiments of artillery Conflagration in Jacksonville.A .
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158 .barrels rosin,14 barrels spirits of turpen-
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with 341 destructive conflagration visited .
batteries
of six guns, and 19 very RELIABLEAT tine, 220 sacks cotton seed and 28 packages
Jacksonville on Wednesday evening last,
battalions
of pioneers, making a total merchandise.
which laid waste one of the most valuable
for the of Per steamship City of J/onticello-3,240
regular 1,263,746
men.
army blocks in that city. The losses '
prosperous.
j ; boxes 28 bales cotton, 12 barrels
REASONABLE PRICES
And > .++ ++ oranges
the garrison troops and Land-_ foot up nearly $400,000, which are coveredby fish and:43 packages merchandise. '
sturm insurance to the extent of about 75 .
amount to 809,817 men. percent Per steamship City ofPalatka-5,700 boxes,
'
., The fire broke out in the rear of S.B. : IS MY l\IOTTO.-
IN oranges, 18 bales cotton, 48 barrels fish, 24
some recent scientific experiments Hubbard ,& Co's store, in their four-story ,
j :
.' barrels oranges and 54 packages merc. an-
on the effects of cold two frogs corrugated iron warehouse, and before it dise.

were frozen solid in a temperature of could be, stopped took, in the buildings -. t&'ORDERS BY MAIL WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL -

owned by C. B. Benedict and :Mr. Abell on .Cranberries, ,
about 20 Fahrenheit, and kept in one side and :Mr. :McConihe on the other. AND PROMPT ATTENTION.. For your Christmas Turkey at '

that condition for half an hour. On Among those burned out was our valued WHITNEB& ScnUYLER B., .

thawing slowly they' recovered contemporary, the Florida Herald, whichwas .. ,
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per- Dry Goods.
fectly, but it was fonnd that longer only partially insured.: The paper, .:.w. :;. 'J.:: .H. PRESCOTT: Remember the closing out sale in. Dry
however usual the next evening
appeared as .
periods of '. Goods etc., at _
killed
exposure invariably the city offices having placed their facilities It :::1 : ; .". PAUL FUNKE's.All .
the animals. The experiment was at the disposal of the proprietors of _\ .ft i.t., ; ?,. ': .' '.' :FERNANDINA, FLORIDA:, Wool I

tried of freezing hermetically sealed the Herald. Scarlet Flannel Shirts, 80 cents.
meat During the conflagration William Bradleywas W. J. LOHMAN. ,
so as to kill its bacterial'organ- .
killed by the falling of the walls of the .
isms, and thus render it of Cheese,
incapable English Dairy
upper story of the Abell building, and two
Eidam Cheese, .
.
putrefying. It was found, however, other firemen were seriously injured. All :CCC H H'RRRR'' II .SSSSTTTTTMN 'KM: A.I SSSS Pine Apple Cheese, '
that so low a temperature as 80 below three belong to the.Duval Company, a colored C C H' H R R II 8' S :T MM MM AA 'S S At WHITSEB &SCHUYLKR'S: I "

zero would not destroy the vitality organization,. which has always rendered C CH HR: .R IrST MM MM AA S'C
; very efficient service at fires in that, H H R R ILLS ,T' MM. .MM., A A. S Handsome Presents.
of micro-organisms. It was thus city. C HHHH RRRR II SSSST M'I M M A A SSSS Handsome presents given away to parties

made clear that the attempts to preserve C H H R R. II S T M M M M A A S buying$10, or more at
Agents wanted all over the South, to sell C C H H R: R IIS T M MM M AAAAA S PAUL FUJIKK'S.
meat for a long time by' a mo:' Anderson's Plant Protectors, insect, frost C C H' H R RIIS S T M M MA :AS S

memory; freezingof: it must beaban-, and waterproof. Special territory and liberal :- CCC ,H H R R II" SS T M M MA j;A SSSS French Candies and.ConfectlonervfFor ,
doned. ; commission. For information, address '' the Holidays, at
> :
GEO.ANDERSON,60 Fulton st.,New York. ,. WHITNER & SCHUTLKR'S. :;

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: t} : ::Ar0:CLASSES:?< \ Not.so, poor Lorimer. He ,,,a's.very long I know not.' :murmured, and then again he seemedto stand it no longer. I stopped short
'.I l.f4 f good looking and had a charmingly At last she 'raised her head and : doubt my veracity. and looked him in the face.
Xo clashes here? Why, that is idle talk. sympathetic voice. He had evidentlybeen looked at me. Then'she pointed to ",rve been talking i in my sleep?'* he 'Look hereLorimer"I: said quick-
, :r.J :a. The village heau sneers at the countryboor well trained for the stage,and vas Lorimer and ,I understood that she said, and'you've caught a name. It'sa ly, flesh and blood can't bear this,
>n.: I! ; a useful all-round man for comedy or wished to speak' to him. bad jest, Tom Leeson, and I'm'a bad you know. Either stop talking to
"" ";i:! t'I: The Our importuning city streets drapise mendicants the parish who walk poor. farce; but when you said that you said Do you want me to awaken him?" I ,subject for jesting with, I give you no- yourself or tell me the whole story?"
; ; everything. There was never a touchof asked at once, laying my hand on his tice. I thought you knew me better He looked up in surprise, begged mv..
bi.tri t : :. The daily toiler at some noisy loom passion or of tenderness in his act- arm. She shook her head. by this'time, you young scamp !I." And pardon, and lapsed into 'silence.
I i::, .......,It. : .. Holds aid back her garments from the kitchen ing-and he knew it. His heart was "You,cannot ; he sleeps top soundly turning away as though to hide the We did not exchange another syllable -
' ?,: 1.t: Meanwhile); the latter leaps upon her broom not in his work, and never would be ," she answered in a low voice which i. emotion he could not.help showing, he : that night, but trudged along stet -
' iiftSS Unconscious of the bow the laundress to the end of time. We were a trav- sounded.sweet but faint like the windas pulled out his pipe and began to fill, ily until we reached the place whence
1''t.:t'LtlJ.f......., '1 made. eling company-not a first-class one, one hears it, from below sweepingover it ; but his hand trembled andhe let we set out early in the day.
: a"'- r.i rJ.r.i The grocer's daughter eyes the farmer I lass but still fairly good, and our l last 'venture the tops of the tall pine trees. it fall. Our landlady's: surprise was great
,ta. ; With haughty glances, while the lawyer'swife :was a piece which had a,great run ,And, sure enough, I found i it impossible I was growing a little hot over it on seeing us'again, when she thoughtwe
':1rJ.$1'; :t x;tf I i Would i no visits from the trading class in town, and we had played now in the to rouse my companion from the myself by this time. It was hard to were far on the road northward.but '
't' If policy pay were not her creed in life. provinces until we all knew our parts ,deep sleep into which .he had fallen. have one's word doubted after' being luckily, our rooms were unlet and i iso
by heart and were ''beginning to be When I spoke close to his ear he mere- startled and almost frightened out of we were able to turn in aft.er
h" .f'\\tit The nierchant's son nods coldly: at the clerk; rather sick of them. However, it gaveus ly turned uneasily: and buried his face one's senses. hasty supper. In answer to inquiries a
l of pedigree
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",., ;,n izr t Ignores The proud the possessor youth whose father rose by good deal of leisure and, as I:was in his arms on the ground.I "Believe me or not, ,asyou choose," Lorimer said shortly that we haci i
"" ""1'iI! $9' work; very fond of walking I saw a great looked from him to the.silent fig- I responded sulkily. "I've told you changed-our minds, and would follow
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:1r.t.<,<.t.r.td j.A'i.. l'it U The. title-seeking maiden scorns all three. deal of the country in the pleasant ure at his side with wonder. Againshe just ,what happened neither more nor the company later. I could see the
.; :" }r1'':-::;' 'The aristocracy of blood' looks down spring-time. Lorimer joined me very shook her head. less, except that I asked her to speakto good woman look upon us as a
-11. 4. I Upon the nouveaux riche; and in disdain often in those rambles, and we grew I can only speak to him throughyou you herself, because you were sure couple of lunatics ; and, indeed now
t1- The lovers of the intellectual frown closer friends than ever. ," she went on in that same low to say you, didn't believe me." that the fear was wearing off a little, I
and at the shrine ofT
On both,
:5"!:.. ,4.."...w. Brain worship We ,had been, about, three' weeks at. 'tone : "but you must give him my "Andwhatdid she say ? Oh, Tom, felt uncommonly like one; myself- but
t":'id\. a very pretty country town in Somer- message for-the sake of the love you if you only knew How can: I believe she stood considerably in awe ot mv..
,t;:. 1f"ii No" classes" here the"clergyman his has said setshire, andwere; leaving for a large bear him. Tell him there danger ? I feel as though the earth was companion, and said little.It .
[ Yet
\, ;t1:i And We horror are one, when family.his.favorite"see son would rage manufacturing city in the north. It before him,-and I have come to/warn/ reeling under my feet. Tell me quick was in vain I tried to sleep. I
" ':;- wed' was lovely weather, and, we were loth to entreat him to delay his journey.He -every word!1" he cried, in a hoarse tossed about: for an hour or so, my
.)''&iffi"*;" \'I Some pure and pretty player on the stage. to leave our pleasant quarter for smoky must not go to BThere is broken voice. brain whirling with excitement, 'wonder -
**. 't t; i It is the vain, and natural human way B., with its whirr of machinery and danger, horrible danger !" She said I was to tell you not to and speculation; and then I got
r3 Of vaunting our weak selves, our pride, uglyinstead surroundings; so I proposed that, But we are on our way there now,:' I doubt the truth of what the Helen you up and! struck a match to look what
tv.N'mj our worth of going on with the',rest of the I .said mystified. love says,. and if you were still incred- time it'was. .
!fi.! : : Sot Shall till the we behold lon .delayed"No Millennial classes", on Day God's company" ,on Sunday afternoon, we Turn back: then ; oh, make him ulous I was to tell you that she showedme Lorimer must have heard me stirring -
! t II earth. should walk through Leafham Woods turn back !I" she entreated, stretchingout her hand." for he called out from the next
Etta Wheeler Wikox. and catch the night train from Far her small white hands imploringly.What "Her hand ? Her left hand, was room for me to come in beside him.
' tt ". ham, a junction some miles away: could it mean ? All sorts of it ? And you saw-what?" Perhaps he, like myself was glad to
;tt;: .t I- A TWILIGHT VISIT. We had a very pleasant time of it, .. romantic ideas flitted through my That the first joint of the middle have human companionship. At any
f. 1 I"'f" and enjoyed our stolen walk amazingly. brain. This beautiful creature was finger was wanting." rate he welcomed me warmly, and
r'I- was an imaginative, romantic lad Everything combined to ,make it some girl who loved him, and who There was dead silence for a moment there in the silence of the night opened
':t,1. ,F'<,<, i s of eighteen when I' first met Sydney; harmonious ; the blue sky. overhead was mixed up' with his true life, and after I had said this, and then the his heart to me" and told me the story
Y-li.:L- Lorimer, and accepted him at once with the sun coming through-the trans: he was about*''to be discovered by his sound 'of a long gasping sigh. I tried of his life.
t4: with effusion as the hero I was waiting parent green of the young leaves; the family-or who knows what ? I wished to see' Lorimer's face, but he pulled his It is not necessary for me to repeatit
ff1t 14,.., for. He was the very man to captivate joyous notes of the birds; the flowersat to get 'littlepeep into the secret. hat over his brow and was leaning here ; and, after all, there was noth-
*.1t. : '; a boy's fancy at first sight, espe- our feet, and last, but not least, the ; But 'what IS' the' danger? Can't against-the trunk of a tree. ing very uncommon in it; just the old
? : cially a boy whose soul was above cheerful mood of Lorimer happened to i you tell'me about it, so that.I can impress Presently he,put out his hand in a story of a reckless youthchancesthrown
l '" his surroundings, and who could recognize be in that;day, which of.course. I fell : it more on him ?" I asked persuasively. blind hesitating sort of fashion, and away, talents misapplied,
: the gentleman under that care- in with at once.I i took hold of my arm. He began to friends alienated, and all the rest of it.
&. 'fI" less reckless, Bohemian manner of his. never saw him so merry. He *c No, no ; I may not say. I cannot lead me along, walking slowly and Then a hasty marriage with a sweet \
\\r Lorimer never gave himself any airs laughed, and he joked and trolled out tell, you more." stumblingly, as though faint and childish girl whom he had known and
rJ' '':.'.'N, never asserted his supremacy; in fact, snatches of student songs in his rich, But he won't believe me Why stunned. I.stopped after a few steps. loved from boyhood, and who clung to
tt rf he was hail-fellow-well-met with us all, full baritone voice, and told me some not'rouse him and' warn ;him yourself, Where are you,going?" I asked. him in spite of everything and joined
t r:/ \ from Barebones Botherton, our leading queer stories of his college days, untilwe madam ?" Back," he replied shortly. her fate to his in the hope of reforminghim
i. i tragedian, to little Tommy Howard, fairly grew 'tired of jolity and "Would that it'were possible" she "Then you do believe me now?" I heedless of all remonstrance and
:r gJ.'l i\i the newest and ,rawest of our supers ; and trudged alongfor a, while in si- replied sadly, with a sort of wail ; he queried triumphantly. .,.opposition. .
: c.f << but there was something about him we lence. has prevented that by the life he has "Yes ; you could not know that." For a time she succeeded, and of a
f I' ; : instinctively) 'recognized as superior to Suddenly he declared himself tired, led since we were parted. Oh, Syd- And.we went on in silence for awhile ; truth the two must have loved each
ll ourselves. Even the manager, as big and lay down under a tree to rest. He I ney, why were you not true to the then he looked up to the moonlit sky, other very dearly, for Lorimer's tone
fl ; 'a bully as ever breathed found fault must have a sleep or he couldn't walk I memory of our love, that I might have where the.fleecy, clouds were hurrying grew tender andreverent as he talked
> .}':.. with him in an apologetic sort of way another step. I was anxious to walkon guarded and saved you?" along over the dark luminous expanseof of their happiness.But .
... i.r.,1f;, +'.tt.1-. '.- ,_, ,.: ---_ wt-'lobhged" to do so, very different fearing to lose the train knowing Tell him" she went on after a mo- heaven. I believe, ay, all I ever it proved too hard a struggle for
1if.
( '.. -I/INJ -.theton.9..q e o Q.luy.\t\ the r s.t Qf that the morning one would land us ment-" tell.him not to doubt the truthof doubted, before-the eternity of love the girl wife, delicately reared and
)' l:? t.1t 'f"o- us Henad an iciea;thinlrjtHat: Lor- at B. too late ; but Lorimer was too what I say to you=-what Helen the the possibility of .reunion ,Tom, do nurtured, and her health gave war
' ZL J j imer was only doing a bit of acting for masterful for'me, and soon overruledmy Helen he lovedsays. If he is still in- you think the.dead ever return to the under it: Her husband saw this, and
i,:r ti:,, '.f' 'a .: love of adventure, as so many swells weaker will. ,It was growing dark, credulous tell him".I showed you this," earth ?" it maddened him. For her sake he
h L,. :, ij t do nowadays, and that at some future but the moon would soon be up, and and holding up her thin left hand "The dead?" put;his pride in his pocket and appealed -
fi tji time it might prove advantageous to then it would be pleasanter going on. against the moonlight which had now Ay, the dead. If they with mightier for help, first to his own and \
k: g31 stand well in that quarter. It would There was plenty of time, and if we flooded.everything with silver, I no- powers have'greater,love, what can then to her relations; but in vain. As
J not be politic to offend a possibleDuke's didn't catch one train there was an- ticed that the first joint of the middle keep them from those who formed a the young couple had sown, so they
1 Jfi: son by swearing at him for unpunctuality other and life was too short to hurry, finger was missing. part of'their existence here?" must reap. Her friends offered to take
;;, or for not being well up Another moment and I had started My heart began to beat so loudly as her back if she would consent to separate
(.:.. ..."+ -... in his part.' I etc.Well, naturally, I gave in, and in forward and was peering into the he spoke that I could scarcely hear from her ;husband, but this she
!t 1 ; And yet, after all, the poor man's. five minutes, my companion was fast shade, for the figure, which had been and I shuddered from head to foot. refused, even against his pleadings.
. 1 3 ;:l''M, patience must have been tried many asleep. A very imprudent thing to standing a few yards from me, was What was the meaning of these strange Never If they were to starve, at
tt": 4'::': and many a time, for. a more careless, do, to lie on the damp ground with gone, and I was once more alone with words,following on what had happened least they would starve together, said
q; erratic, unreliable fellow than Lorimer the dew falling as it does fall in my sleeping friend. As quietly and before? I grasped his arm tightlyand the tender, clinging: little creature: in
{tiS&di''4Pi : never existed. I liked him better than wooded places at sunset; but I never mvsteriouslv as she had come so had glanced nervously:.behind., answer to every entreaty.
anyone in the company, but I could thought of that. We were'young, and she gone ; :and though I sprang into You, mean-. Tell me, for Heav Perhaps those who wished ,to separate -
g.. ;',lcj; not help wishing! he would be steadier. things do not seem to matter so much the wood and shouted in all directions, en's sake tell me, who it was that spoketo them never fully realized how
i(, .;m There were times'when it really seemed then.I neither sightJ sound of her could I me while you'slept?" .very close the wolf was to the door;
;t? Q as though the devil entered into him ; sat watching him a long while, and gain.Slowly. It was my wife," he answered in a perhaps they meant well to Helen in
t l'";r. 1I he could not rest, he could not study, was surprised to see what a changecame and disconsolately I returnedto low voice. using every means in their power to
: J.. he must be in some mischief or 'other. over his features in sleep. The the place I had:left, to find Lorimer And where is she ? Where did she bend her to their wishes ; but at any
!fj l" ; "What is the use of you talking to fay, careless expression died out from sitting up and rubbing his eyes as go?" I cried wildly. rate, they did not succeed, and bitter
Ul 'i: .; me ?" he would say, in answer to my face, and he looked years and years though just awakened. She died two years ago !I" must have been their remorse when
1.1: \ '. feeble remonstrances at such times. older. You could see that it was a "What on earth are you making I started back in horror. Those few the end came.
. : ;'t.. "You: are only a boy; you've never mask of gayety he wore habitually, such a noise about?" he asked, in an words so calmly and quietly spoken, She died, and her child with her for
I : and that the real man behind it had aggrieved tone of, voice. Have you rang in my ears for months. Never want of the simplest necessaries of life.
excitement.:; known sorrow and trouble and sadness. lost your senses, Tom, that you go on shall I forget the effect they producedon What wonder that Lorimer refused
;&?$i $ ,I must forget." The sadness infected me unconsciously, like that?" my imagination. But Lorimer on with bitter scorn to hear of any recon-
'l>lr: And what could I say? I was only and as I looked I sighed. Did you see her? Which way did his part never noticed my agitation.He ciliation after that?
.3r3fr! !: a boy, and he was so much older and What was that ? she go?" 'I asked quickly. seemed in a sort of trance-a rapt, She he held dearer than all the world
' QiW/ 'w J more experienced that it seemed presumption :My sigh was echoed by another close She ? Who is the mysterious she exalted state of mind which rendered was gone. He would show them it was
.. 1.' in me to preach prudence. at hand, and as I started and looked in the case? Ah, Tom, you; rogue him"'oblivious of external 'things; and not for-himself he had stooped to ask a
:' I n .- But still I believe I had.a good influence round I became aware that we were have you had an adventure while I kept murmuring to himself in the favor; and, worse than all, now that
1=r': ,f t. J .' over him, though it might be no longer alone. slept? Too bad to steal a march on strangest way. there was nothing left to keep him
I J merely a slight one. I was the only From out of the gloom formed by me, old fellow !" "You know "should heed 'your straight; he became more reckless than
l ;7j i one in the company e..ev r talked. to the mass of foliage ,beside me a figurecame He'was evidently quite unconsciousof warning when I was' sure-that 'poor ever. He had lost, faith in the God
., { "i about himself .He'flirted "desperately quietly on until reached Lori- all that had ,passed. Adventure little missing finger which you fretted who had allowed her to die and in the
/ :J ti: :a ,with the,women, and he drank freely mer, when it stood looking down on Well, it was that, certainly, and a about because 'you' fancied it spoiledthe men who'might 'have hindered it had
i't! 11'I with ,the. ,men, and yet none of themi his recumbent form without speakinga strange one, too. beauty of your wee 'white hand ; they showed common feeling.and this
i .' E. came near his real self but me. word. How she startled me Where Did nothing tell you that some one but, 'oh,.have I not kissed the placeover made Him wild and careless.I .
:; "''''::1.4''' Not that he was communicativeabout had she come from, as quietly and youknewand, cared for was near?" I and over again, my ,darling and understood, as he talked, what had
J:.'Pith his past life or his belongings; ..stealthily a shadow? said slowly, keeping my eyes on his told you.it only made you dearer tome made'him so different from the rest of
!; J';j "\ only that h e'did'not'seem.called'upon It was getting late and far from any iface, which looked white' ,and set in 'since you 'lost ,it in :saving my life !I' us. His heart was broken,but he had
'! i, rq to keep me 'at such a 1i distance as the house or village, and it seemed strangefor the moonlight. He passed! his hand Once more it saves me from some un-, got to live his.life out for all that; and

j others, nor did he snub me for any a young girl to be wandering. alonein over his brow. known danger., ;But it ,does seemcruelyou the.very remembrance of his love grew
;, .I' t, I questions I might.ask To be sure, I such a place.: "I was dreaming: ; I believe," he answered so near, so; near, arid,..I sleeping bitter ,to him?and helped him on the
{i;.ti: !r r.:; was not vulgar enough 'to:go. on showing All,this passed quickly through my .in a graver' tone ; "dreaming there like a senseless. block!1.Oh. my downward'path, since he no longer be
r l. 1' curiosity where I saw it hurt; andbesides mind,but was lost in the interest I felt of one I can never see again Bah 1 Helen; could you not have' given one lieved in a heaven where they shouldbe
} ; : I was, as I.said before, romantic as I scrutinized her-more closely. The what is life itself but a dream? The look, only one, to carry me_ on through again together. '''Poor Lorimer!
i' and rather liked "an air of mystery light was 'not very good l, but she was past is gone, and she with it ; what's all the dreary years to come.?" There was nothing but pity in my
1 to surround my friend and hero. near enough for me to see that she was the use of thinking of what is past recall And so he,kept on talking half incoherently mind before he had finished telling me
li He was,not, and .never would be, a very young and very pretty. ,Such a ?" and I listening eagerly and all this.
.. \,:t I' great actor. Better for him, in many sweet, pale, wistful little face, with Are you so sure it; is'past recall?" yet reluctantly, if sucha thing is pos- "Ahif, I could only live it over
I ailfti: ; ways, it would have been if he had dark, curling hair and soft, sad.eyes, I asked, and then,X told him what had sible, hoping against: 'hope for some again !1" he groaned" the last two
i possessed that wonderful gift which. that I could not take mine away It happened. At first he laughed at the common-place solution of the mystery;;; years, I mean.: I,promised her I'd be
t r. W" for want of anything better, we call fascinated, me?,_and yet it awed, me idea of, a mysterious lady who was'so butI could make little out of it. A true to myself and to, the memory of
genius. So long as art is left to a true somehow,-'like a face seen in r. dream interested in him, and chaffed ine un- deep love,'a' deeper regret,' despair, a our love and I've been as false as-
'i" :' artist: he can never be-whollY and' entirely *which the dre f1er.dare not approachtooclosely mercifully about my talent for romanc- lost finger}losfrby gun accident when you know how it's been-with me, Tom,
i.": : I miserable. He can always escape :; lest.it fade out andrbe :seen ing; but as I went on he listened more ,he;, arid.tjie. glft|;' lovedwere childrentdgelherV : ,though I hate the excesses into which
S. : ; from a: world which bores, or disgusts ;no more. attentively, and his eyes questionedmine ; air'tfiis"mixed up together I've,plunged;.and Heaven knows I've
d. or'pains, to a happier, more congenial '-. And still she stood,there motionless, with eagerness, < 'ina:ni nne.r. impossible to follow. had but little enjoyment put of them.
If: .one. ,-j..: : -. ,.- .l |and still I gazed spell-bound. for how Good God ,!f Is it, possible; ?-" he ,-A ,".)sari 'I, felt-. as though'I. 'could :'One tries and. tries to.'drown memory
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and to fo'rg t"" but with how littlesuc-. ; :LAKE'SL GROCERIES PROVISIONS. ,.,SHIP CHANDLERY ,ETC. :. :. ,IT STANDS. A 1 THE::HEAD'!
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next day'pa8sed uneventfully, :
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AND RETAIL. '
and had I .
down ,
I broke to I
save keep in that bed, where Lorimer nursed me JEWELRY: STORE i* ....-... The Light-Running_ ,-.

as tenderly as a;' woman could have T* '* -x -x *j zr=*= ===i ===_-S= SE-" rSSES '!.........................................-...........-.-.-........-.....-.
and when the manager telegraphed I.
done
; Offers roichtn r Holidays' a fine. I "DOMESTIC i -
he Lori- assortment !
for us peremptorily, (
mer) sent as curt a reply. There'were: of Solid and- Rolled ..................................................--.-.-.-...: /
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>&=tS3a3_ SW3O- _
and to step into a*= ?= :-" -
others waiting eager JwEi :L. FI.-y",
our shoes, he said laughingly, \when I .' This cut shows the new style of woodwork
fretted over the future, and it was only Ladies and Gentlemen's .that the company is> now introducing.

give them a chance.I .
fair to
a = TES --=-.-- .......
knew that Price and Hanson had Gold j Silver Watches, -- ::: "
.. but this d '.
both understood our parts, '
seemed to me poor consolation. However CLOCKS 0? ALL :HINDS,' -: : .

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I was really too ill to move, and, "
Silver -Ware in Large Variety, .
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indeed, it was weeks before I was fit -

to act again. Nervous exhaustion anda

shock to the system, the doctor whom J! -SPECTACLES.1 x } 4 'I .::

Lorimer called in said it was, and REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT .
curious to know what s t I x u '
seemed very REASONABLE RATES.
had caused the shock. Neither of us sat- I
isfied his curiosity it is needless to add.I No Fancy Prices to:Pay for Style. It

had overwalked myself, I told him, -
;? Call and examine my stock.
he h -= -- t
. with which statement was obligedto
be content. WM. LAKE

Now comes the queerest part of the -
Lorimer kept it.from, me untilI Centre Street. _
storv. A. B. INTO YES _
was! stronger, and told me himself as Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885. ,

quietly and calmly as possible.On -DEALER IN-
the first night of our company's WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE.COMMISSION t

appearance fire,and before in it B-could the be extinguished theatre took :MERCHANT, FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES ? Artistically Beautiful.Without a Peer. f fIN

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was burned to the ground. This hap- -AND- ITS MECHANICAL

pened during the time the piece in Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber CONSTRUCTION
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which we would have appeared was Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, IT HAS NO RIVAL i

going on. and the actor; who took Lor- BY THE. CARGO, The new lines of attachment that
are
imer's part for the time was the first For Domestic or Export Trade, now ben! placed with each "Domestic"are [,
victim. A burning beam fell upon FURNITURE STOKES PAINTS AND CROCKER specialties. No other machine has them f'
him as he was hurrying off the stage FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. make These the attachments Domestic"and the new wood-work f j'
and crushed him under it. One of the out question: more than ever.witb-

actresses was very much rned-so W. K. BAUKNIOHT HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE ETC. .i
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much so that she died from the injuries AGE T.WHOLESALE The Acknowledged Standard of

-and two others were seriously in- AND RETAIL Excellence.FOR .
AND STOCK DEALER PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
jured. Lorimer was a changed man BUTCHER ADDealer

after this. I did not see much more in Ice ,
of him at the time,for,his elder brother Centre SALEBY- r
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM N. E. corner and Second Sis, Fernandina, Fla. "
dying without heirs, he succeededto HENRY HOBEIN
STREET WHARF, t
a splendid estate and fortune in an

out-of-the-way part of Wales, and hadto l-tf FERNANDINA FLA. FERNANDINA, ,FLORIDA.

take the duties and responsibilitiesof

his position at once. But he kept JAMES: HIcGIFFIN, : .... : !, .. Y .;:.;; ,; .. ;
.. : 'N"' : ::: : < : :; : { < ; Agent wanted in unoccupied territory'. i
true our friendship, and helped me on CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. : '.u.; ;Y '-;: Address -1

as much as my pride would allow; andI DOMESTIC SEWING
MACHINE
often heard from him, and still of- Alachua Street, between Second and Third, I.' ,1k/ : CO., I
i. 'RICHMOND .
I ... '. VA.MANUFACTURER
tener about,him. He was always do- .. .i:1 { ,
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FERNANDINA, FLA. J ,
ing good in some quiet, unobtrusive ';..:j',. ;. i
way-helping the needy, raising the Orders and estimates from a distance carefully .;' .;. t. itt ::1:1. .A.U"S-.rJ; : : i
fallen, and comforting the stricken.He attended to. 25-tf '!' ': \.. '" i', 'h : ";: .:? r.t..J:' ::.."}i;': .tJ-; :,.- '::"; L. i : OF !
has never married. There must .- -"TI:. ,.tI,: is. _..._4: .".',-' ---1 i, :i '.-4, ..'t"."." .' .:>;" x r., ,>.. -, ., Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware -- hWiA

V>e no -woman in his Helen's place, for SEWING MACHINES,
he feels that she is with him still in AND DEALER IN

temporarily.Neither spirit, though. the grave divides them For ALL Sale LATE at Manufacturers'IMPROVED :MAKES Prices, H. E. DOTTEHER rAflLJOR A t R OF C dC00 X ST0f VB I

of us ever alluded again to INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF ,

that strange warning which came to -ALSOATTACH"ENT -
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us in the twilight of that long-past of every description and -+ i-

spring, but we have never forgotten it, Ii for for any sale.Sewing Machine, i { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES } f.t f.

and it seems to form a bond betweenus t:

true and firm, and tender. He 'Old Machines repaired at moderate -+ +-
loves me because I am linked with his prices. i
HENRY HOBEIN,
past, and I love him because he has Corner.Third and Ash Streets, EMBRACING: MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF a
had strength of will to rise to a higher 8 Fernandina. Fla.

level through his sorrow and his pain. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .
-Belgravia.

TEA FOR BRAIN WORKERS. KIABE'PIANOFORTES. : LY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS \ % I Ior

Tea is unquestionably the drinkfor
the brain-worker. It is PURE AND OF GOOD
more refreshing QUALITY.ESPECIAL the Latest and :Most Approved Patterns.
[
more restorative,more portable -

less heating, more easily made, TONE, TOUCH UNEQUALLED, WORKMANSHIPand IN ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OFt COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, :

and-Brillant-Savarin is correct in DURABILITY. ffla f-
eflirming that a man would grow WILLIAM KIVABE fc CO., & I Ittt I- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, i
FINE TEAS AND COFFEES
: Oil.204 and 206 West Baltimore St. Baltimore.
mad
who drank one litre of strong No. 112 Fifth Avenue New York. .
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-*- -1- WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
coffee every day for three months -

continuously-it has the recommen- THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY .
dation of being less deleterious.This DRUGS MEDICINES, ETC.ESTADLISIIED t

isperhaps, not the opinion of NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. TIN AND for IRON Tin Gntters ROOFS promptly PUT,filled.ON.
the 1875.
coffee merchants, who are la- Wind Mills for pumping water or running
menting over their dwindling trade. light machinery promptly erected on order.
Nor, we may well believe, has En- Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA. i Church Factory and Scnool Bells for saie .
DRUGS and MEDICINES I, at a bargain.
gland taken to tea and cocoa in pre- ggfStoves at Wholesale Prices. :

ference to coffee merely out of regardfor :_" ,i.I, ,. ,',.,, "," ,<: All goods delivered at the various transportation ,
;
''\ "(' ;;;.A J' i : -1 t :j ; 'r.'''f-' :.c.:
the stations within the city free of
public health. Fashion taste
and convenience must be reckoned, HORSEY & CO., .. ', ; .,:;.: JJ .. charge. All sales for cash.
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the : r"'
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=1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1= ;
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is so natural that it will be donein .' ..i(1..r .",: .Ar "" 0., R. S. SCHUYLER,
spite of the aesthetics of good breed- .. : ....' ,. : .j.......:. .: .1.":'.,...."'. ;' ..,' ;.'.":'-:.."., .'..':. ')':F':;,' i" ".: -ARCHITECTDESIGNS _-

ing. They met on their weekly shopping Street, I

tour, and their greetings were FOR BUILDING OF ALL
most cordial. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, with Plans, Details Spe-

"Why, Cicely, dear, how delightedI cifications, and Superintendence.In .
hand
'a fine
constantly on assort-
am to see you. KEEP of FRESH' and, PURE FOR- the Circuit Court,
Isn't it delightful? And:you haveon EIGN and DOMESTIC: FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU.

your last season's bonnet, too. COUNTY FLORIDA.:

Why,it looks almost as good as.mine, Drugs and Chemicals I -
that I've" put on 'for the. first' time The Cabbage for the South ) A. B. NOTES |Claim mif. Bond 1882.

to-day. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, :HART.Attachment.
"For the first time? That's the ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
Either for home tue or for shipment to NOETHXET: UASXXTS.
same feather you had three winters Proprietary and Fancy Goods, -IS- YOU writ of attachment has been issued
against you. and yonr property attached to
ago satisfy,the demand of A.B. Noyes, amounting -
FINE TOILET
ARTICLES
A woman's memory is not to be HENDERSON'S EARLY SUMMER. I to$941.79. Now, unless you shall appear -
trifled with-Hartford Post. before his Honor James M. Baker.
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., This valuable variety as well M a full list of the most desirable Judge of the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
Valuable Orange Lands for Sale Circuit, in and for Nassau County. on the
Tracts containing twenty acres each of IN GREAT VARIETY. VEGETABLE SEEDS first Monday in January, A. D.1886, being
choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake the fourth day of said month judgment will
suitable for orange growing and truck farmIng I will be found described In our Manual of"ETXBTTHIXG FOB THX GAKDET"which Will be sent to any| be rendered against you, and your propertysold
,are now offered for sale. These landsare ,J'" Ph7sicians'rescrip ions address on receipt of stamps[Cc.]to coyer postage to pay the debt.
very conveniently situated for transpor- I carefully compounded with 'at H. J. BAKER,
Drugs,
pure GROWERS, for PlaintiftFernandina
SEEDSXO &; Attorney
tation, by water or rail,and will be sold on
terms to suit purchasers. Titlesare unques- easonable prices.FOR Peter Henderson & Co.I 35 4k 87 Cortlandt :;im.I Fla., October 3d,'1885. 3m
tionable. Also valuable timber lands in NEW .I .
J\r bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, FINE JOB PRINTING. SEND O "BOTCH" PRINTING DONE AT .
February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. orders to the' MIRROR. office. N the MIBEOK, office.. Get the' best.



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'FILE FGEORGE LO1 I1)A j II JtJo, 1:. Savannah, and, it is also true that by DEATH'- OF ROBERT*. _. i_ TOO3IBS. will advance, the money out of my I Relief for Rheumatism and Neuralgia.

t, r the appropriations which the impor- own pocket and trust the people ofGeorgia .

: THE FAMOUS GEORGIAN PASSES AWAY for its He ad- Having been at times for
A R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. of the of Fernandina repayment. years a sufferer
tance port ,present -i
r from Rheumatism and
H'iS'COUNT vanced Neuralgia in
IN Y :HOME, $30,000, which the Legislature mv.
Subscription, 82 per year'; six months 81. and prospective, demands, Flor- refunded.- He back, I am now testing'the efficacy of the
was intensely
Dorgitz Magnetic Belt. Have had
r Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor ida can have steamships of the larg- General Robert Toombs passed' proud of.his, State,'and :would_ n thear of'the old trouble: ,since putting it no on return, but

Y est size enter this port.'JVIIOLESALE away at his home in Washington, her good name assailed.. On whether it effects a permanent cure time
RATES OF ADVERTISING. have to The
His occasion he chanced hear i1I" prove. appliances, sings:
Ga. death
; Tuesday evening. one to. a
t ii Ten cents a Une,for the first,and five cents for litany_ part of the body; collectively, con:
;" each subsequent insertion. TRADE. was not unexpected+ as he.had been lawyer in the Supreme Court room stitute a complete armor from the crown of
Ito : intimate that would not the head to the sole of the foot, and
S cialloca1.notices,15 cents line. Georgia are ree-
We are surprised that the great ill for a long time. His funeral took paY'.er ommended! for almost all local aid chronic
notices,25 cents line. debts.
Reading a The impulsive old man
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Special rate for time advertisements upon appU natural advantages of Fernandina as place on Thursday last. at once interrupted the speaker, and, diseases.J.. A. SL.\UGHTER"Fernandina,
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* cation at the office.Communications. a distributing point for merchandiseinto Robert Toombs was born at addressing the Bench, said : Sole Agent Dorgitz Magnetic Appinancp

.. *, < upon all matters of local inter- the interior of the State have Washington, Ga., July 2, 1810. He May: it please the Court, Georgia for Jacksonville and Fernandina.

est solicited from all parts of the county and from not attracted more attention. Itseasy I. was graduated from Union College will pay her debts. 'If she does Smoked Halibut and Herring

along the lines of Florida railways. in 1828, and studied law at the University -; not, then I will pay them." At 'VlIIT ER &; SCHUUElls.CasT" .
All communications intended for 'access by sea low rates of freight and
publication ,
of Virginia. He began the I In his later Mr. Toombs became -
should be addressed to the Editor all business years
; direct connection rail with all
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. by partsof 'practice of law in his native town. somewhat infirm, his sight'especially Buyers

the State, would indicate: that this In 1836 he served as a Captain of failing him, and a cataract Will find it to their interest to buy their

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1885. location was a very superior one for volunteers in the war against the began to form upon one of his eyes. Goods Clothing, Woolens Dress, ,Notions Goods I ,, Flannels Shawls, ,Hosiery White

,wholesale business of every kind. Creek Indians. The next year he He was fond of relating his political Domestics at .

FLORIDA'S SEAPORT. was elected a member of the State reminiscences and found W.'J. LOIl t, N'S.
.. many eager
Our river front should be,filled with ,
I - His prices
Nature has unmistakeably designated Legislature of Georgia, in which he auditors. He took great'pleasure in competition.. are positively below those of
y wharves and capacious store houses.A continued to with the
Fernandina as a seaport. Its serve, exception !. the presence of his grandchildren,
cotton compress should be estab- of the year 1841, until he was by whom.he was surrounded in'his J" cCT. Kydd's Special Bargains..

xt< location, on a high and healthy lished here Machine shops would elected to 'Congress in 1845. :He rich and comfortable house in the 1 case good dark Prints at 4J cents per

island surrounded by salt water with his district tin
find it peculiarly eligible.for their represented Congress little town of Washington.Notes yard.

deep channel ways and ample an- continuously until: .1853, when he was u_ __ __ 1 case best Prints at 5 cents per yard.
business, the raw material, such to the United States Senate. Selected styles at G cents
promoted per yard.
. chorage for fleets of vessels, a waterfront from Callahan.To .
heavy goods 'as steel, copper, iron, He served one, term in the 'Senate, All wool scarlet Knit Undershirts at 6T.
of nearly two miles railway the Editor of the Mirror
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I tin, brass, coal, lime, grain, hay, etc., and was re-elected for the term end- cents, worth $1.
0, tracks extending along the water As your paper enjoys an extensive patronage Brocaded Dress Goods
which handled small ing in 1865. Previous to 1850 he at 15 cents, worth
are on a margin
front, or which may be extended, was in politics a Whig. He entered and is 'withal) a very respectable and 25 cents.
tax '' of profit, could be received by sea at conservative journal, I desire to present a Job lot all Linen Towels half
: giving every facility for the transaction into the disputes which led up to the price, from
few remarks to its readers relative
the docks and loaded on the cars to range- 110 cents .
of a large commercial business- rebellion'with great energy, being an in fair ,. Uil.Ladies'
without any expense for drayage; extreme pro-slarery man. After Lin- growing our county. Jerseys at 50 cents.
already we see entering our harbor The prevailing idea with strangers coming 100 pair Pants from $1.50 to $4.00 below-
.
,+ sash doors nails builders' hardware coln's election he was one of the fore-
fine .to Florida seems'to be that oranges cannotbe regular price.
semi-weekly steamships running
I stone, etc., which are in general demand -I most in .urging the South to arms. grown profitably so near the icy regionsas New stock of Overcoats, just ..receh'ed.from ,
f from New York another excellent He was intensely devoted to the in- $3
; up.
that part of Florida bordering on the line
could be operated in from this
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t Jr terests of his own state and vehemently ; ;
line of steamers from Charleston ,
of Georgia, and that,our lands are too low
i point to great,advantage ; furniture, insisted that .Georgia should '
; semi-weekly,a daily line from Brunswick and wet for the cultivation! of either fruit or Deliesa
: : wagonscarriages and implements follow the of South Car- Raisins
0 farming example
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connecting with' the East Tennessee vegetables.I For.table use,
I could be received at this olina and secede from the Union. am frank enough to confess that,to some At WHITHER &;SCHUYLER'S.
" Georgia & Virginia and the He made secession
fir. afiery;, speech at
extent this is the with
rfiy point and distributed at littls case some portionsof Winter
Albany & Brunswick-railroad; a tri-1 ? very' :)Milledgeville l -on Nov. 15, 1860, and Clothing.
Nassau county, as is also the case with Great sacrifice in Winter
I All that is needed is for a Clothing at
t''', weekly line connecting with Savannah expense. on Jan. 7, 1861, he openly advocated Duval, Clay and Baker, .and, in fact, with PAUL FUNK fs.
besides vesselsof few energetic business men to lead secession on the floor of the United most of the counties in East and South Flor-

numerous sailing off. There has always to be a beginning I States Senate. In the course of an ida bordering on: the coast. But that orangescan Gents Furnishing:Goods .k
a large size transacting a large At great bargains, at
i inflammantory reply to a speech of
The sagacious men who be grown with safety from cold, and with PAUL FUSKE'S.
{ commercial business with domestic Senator Crittenden on that occasionhe profit to the grower, in Nassau county, the -
commence new enterprises generallyreap
i ,, and foreign ports. Take, for instance exclaimed:._ extreme northeastern county in East Flor- Shoes, Shoes!

0. the exports by steamship to the fruit of them. We remem- "The Abolitionists "have for long ida, is demonstrated,'beyond the shadow of Again arrived a new stock of Gent's, La-

ber very well when the first saw'mill years been sowing: dragons' teeth, doubt, by the many trees now bearing and dies', Misses' arid Children's Shoes. Theyare
New York and Charleston last
week. of the.finest quality and neatly made.If .
? .of any importance was started in and they have finally got a crop of coming into bearing, in ouc county. Thereare any one can .undersell me I want to knowit -

; M* The shipments by steamships were Jacksonville and it was deemed a armed men. The Union, sir, is dis quite a'nmnber,of trees within a'mile or as I haven't heard of a single instance up

c ( 11,295 boxes of oranges, 1,438 bales solved." two of Callahan that have been bearing fruit to date. W. J. LOHMAX.

hazardous venture to engage in so At that time South Carolina alone for -some of them forty ,
of cotton, 183 cases, and 30 logs of many years years
,w '" t large an enterprise. So when the St. had passed an.'ordinance: of secession, as can be verified_ by the old settlers-and Blankets and House FurnishingGoods
_cedar 284 barrels of rosin 95 barrels
at New York at
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prices,
James Hotel was started, about one- but within two weeks afterward they receiving no more attention than ordi- .
PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.Boys'
of of 248 sacks of
spirits
turpentine
similar ordinance shade trees and the fruit is, as a
: fourth ofits present size, it was considered Georgia passed a nary ; gen-
cotton seed, 44 cans ,of shrimp, 16 and four days later.on Jan. 13, :Mr.: eral thing,as fine as that' grown anywhere in
I doubtful if sucka hotel couldbe Clothing.
s bales of, moss, .48 barrels of fish and Toombs withdrew'om the Senate. Southern Florida. ,

x 259 packages of. merchandise. The supported. The extensive house On March '14_:that body, expelledhim. Many ,of our farmers are beginning $1.50 up to. $8.00. per'suit.'V. .'J.'LOUMAN.Homemade ."

of S. B. JIubbard & Co. began witha 0 grow oranges, not merely as an ornament,
; greater part of. the shipments were : Ginger Snaps,
y' but'are'actually planting out groves;, and
small an, floor. He became a member of the Con-
space on upper
made by the Mallory Line, except federate some of them are, even now, reaping the reward In tin boxes,
, Montgomery
Congress .
M We believe that Fernandina offers At WHITHER &;SCHUYLER'S.Christmas I
the oranges, the bulk of which went and from 'February: until September, of their labors. Prominent in this par-
V the best business opportunities in ticular are Captain, H C. Pickett, Messrs. Candles
by the Charleston, Line.. During the 1861, he was provisional Secretary of ,
four weeks at least boxesof the State as a distributing point. State for the Conf deracy. He after- Henry Geiger, J. T.Albritton,John Boothe, In all colors
past 50,000 and many others in this immediate vicinity, At WHITXER &; SCHUYLER'S.
Our merchants ward became in
are now doing a good a Brigadier-General
oranges, 6,000 bales of cotton, be- who have all they want for home use, and
the Confederate but did not .
I.deal of business in the way of furnishing army, is Dissolution of Partnership.
some to spare. Captain Pickett now gath-
pro-.I: supplies to the interior, but succeed well as a soldier, his imperious ering and shipping his crop,and he will ship The partnership heretofore existing be-
I disposition rendering him unfit tween J. A. Ryder and.J. W. Nunn, under
, u the business is this which is doublet
carried under 25,000,or 30,000 season
on
; He' the firm of J. A. Ryder &; Co., has
for
name
) a from this port. An examination of military discipline. was. several -
some disadvantages. They lack facilities times ordered under arrest for e number shipped by him last year; and been dissolved by mutual consent. All bills
the reports of shipments made by if the season is good another year his crop due the firm should be paid to J. A. Ryder
which could be easily fur- disobedience of orders.It who alone is authorized to receipt for them,
Savannah and Charleston will show will probably increase_ .a third more, on ac-
nished by wharf and warehouse was not far from :Mr. Toomb's/ and who will settle all liabilities.J. .
more count of young trees coming into bearing.
that, outside of cotton and lumber, home that Jefferson Davis was A. RYDER.
conveniences. For this distributing captured He has in grove: about 500 trees,mostly from Fernandina, Fla., December 5th, 1885.:
the of their bv Federal 'soldiers. Toombs
largest part cargoes are
three to seven,years old. He also has thirtyor
business to be done to
.41 furnished by Florida. Why should advantage, himself barer escaped capture at forty pecan trees bearing heavily, the fruit

they need locations. directly on the the same tune and for several dayshe from .which is of to
this be, when.we have a Florida port quite a source revenue
..j if sides of the railroad witha was concealed in the house of
bay-both him, as he finds ready sale for it at from
much nearer to the producer? First, water front. We hope to see some Col. E. A. Tate, in Elbert county, Gait twelve to fifteen cents per pound. He also itOY4

the ports of Savannah and Charleston movement in this direction is said'that at' this time the neb has quite a little vineyard of scuppernongs,
,, soon.
originally not as good as Fer- roes on Col. Tate's plantation became which is now beginning to bear, and from

nandina, have been improved by Our water front'presents an animated aware ofIr.. Toomb's presence which he will, no doubt, reap good profitsin

that of appearance with the_ business now through his resemblance to a portraitof a very few-years. His grove is on King's ROYAL Rawo '

c public money so ,,steamships crowding in 'upon our port. More himself which.hung in Col. Tate's Road, twenty miles from Jacksonville, andis eeeretnrve,

t large draught can 'enter; secondly, parlor; but they faithfully kept the a fair specimen of what can be done in
tracks
warehousesare
more.room more
by the energy and.enterprise of:those fact from the Federal detectives who the way of fruit-raising in the flat woods of

t cities, and the public spirit' of the needed. A few active, enterprising were on the track of the fugitive and Nassau county ; and there is little doubt but

t t people of Georgia.their steampship ,business houses brought in would offering rewards for his capture. He that early vegetables can be grown as successfully

s develop Fernandina rapidly.AT finally. escaped to France, and lived for the Northern'markets,as upon
lines have been fostered and
sup- for several months in Paris.After the famous St. Johns river. As'fine peaches

ported, and made profitable., In Russian railway stations pas- the passions 'of the war had are grown here,too,as can be produced any-

point; of fact, all the advantages ;'sengers now,find grievance book," cooled .and' he had returned to his where in.the State.

w y.r r should be' in favor of Fernandina. .in which complaints are entered. native Georgia, he lived .quietly at Captain Pickett bought 'the place'upon

: his old home being possessed of.considerable which his grove is situated five or six years
L The steamers from this port are built This record of reaches the ,
ii wrongs M. Maxwell
y '. property but he could not ago from the late Colonel W. ,
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for the trade. They have ample car- I central office once a month, when forgive the North. He refused to of your city, and Mrs. Maxwell had started 4KI"J40POWDER

; rying capacity, and are staunch, fine the complaints are investigated. accept a pardon from the .North., exclaiming the grove, having set out quite a number of

iq and well for trees, which were well under way when the
I r' ships, equipped ;freights :

.i and passengers. Their full passenger COPIOUS rains in California give Pardon me! Why, damn 'em, Ihaven't ; place was purchased by Captain Pickett.

promise of a very prosperous year pardoned them yet!I" More anon. CRACKER.
lists attest.the popularity of the
Near Callahan, Fla., December 15, 1885.
for the farmers, while they.have imparted His..;advice_as a_ lawyer was somer
lines. That there is no difference in
tunes railroad and ot-he
sought by .
increased List Letters
activity to mining of
time between Savannah and'ernan- he' did not Pure.
corporations although Absolutely
Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan-
e dina to New York is attested the operations' throughout the State. his He
Itk bv actively practice profession. dina, Nassau county, Florida, December

{ last trip of the State of Texas, which Everything is auspicious for a prosperous never, lost his interest ,in the welfare 19th,.1885. Persons calling for,these letters THIS POWDER of purity NEVER, strength VARIES.and whole-A

'..g made the trip from New York to season the: present winter, a of.Georgia He was one of the:prime must say advertised: soraeness. More economical than the ordInary -

better feeling pervading all classes of move jn calling'the Constitutional Benjamin Willis Hunter, James H' kinds, an 1 cannot be sold in competition -
00 Fernandina in sixty-four hours-a Convention of 1877, and he insisted Breckenridge, SamuelHarris, Kate with the multitude of low-test, short-

little over two days and a half. business. A decided boom :in trade that the State: Constitution of 1868 Belcher, :R I Johnson, Edward weight alum or phosphate powders.
and is looked for. Breacdic, Victory Johnson, Hardy .%& Sold only in cans.
industry
There is, therefore, no reason why I I was a nullity as its ratification rested, Bird, Elsey King,Edwin S ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,

the Florida port of Fernandina1; TELEGRAPHIC communication has on the bayonet, and it was a badgeof Bolds. E.Nancy Keeters, Dolly 48 10G::> Wall Street, New York.
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to live under it. 'He Bradshaw, Ella M Little, Louisa
slavery ,
should not receive the merchandise been established between Paris and Clark, Hagar Lewis: Smuller
be the
wanted the Constitution to Drake, Mrs McNealy. Thomas COTTAGE,
brought by sea from Eastern ports, Rheims, a distance of about '115 work of the people: of- Georgia by Dudley, Amanda Pearson,Rose LUCY

f I and should not export the products ,miles, and the transmission of soundis their own free will even if they did Defoe, Sarah Roberts,Julia Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,

4 of Florida. With the present depth said'to''be perfect. Five minutes' 'no more than to ratify it as it stood. Evans Gilbert,E Robert T Scott Robertson, M Henry W FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

t ; of water bar it is true that When the State Treasurer was in Hatcher,Benj Taylor, W W
i j on our conversation costs one franc and in
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'doubt as to his authority to pay tha Hartly,Eliza Wilson, Mary Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,with
x the trade is limited to smaller steamships five minutes each party'can say some members of the Convention.for extre Hun erfol'd, Wm Wilson, Maybell or without board. Table Boarders will be
Headen,.Polly ((2)) Wilson, Francis accommodated; also transient.
*:'x* than those which. now. run to 300 words. days of service; Mr. Toombs said, "1 & T. RIDDELL, P.'M. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.
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. ';THE FLORIDA. MIRROR::..-DECEMBER'- '" 19'.,-'1885.. .. .. .. ..-
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FORTHE HOLIDAYS HO FOR CHRISTMAS -,J. & ''KY.DD.' .


N WE .ARE'N9W RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF OUR FALL
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.z STOCK. JUST RECEIVED:
A. FINE LOT OF


H H FELT AND STRAW SSSSH WHERE ,wJ PURCHASE: : 'A 4jfiNEW I I )I FALL DRESS GOODS \\\1\ '

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A TTTTTT | ,., '.
A A TT -YOURHOLIDAY :
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5 AAAA TT ss CASHMERES,

| H AA AA TT g' SS [' \\\ '' 9tt Plaids Prints Ginghams etc.

H H TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED, SSSSFEATI3ERS III rr( _: GOODS .u '

Blankets, Quilts, Comfortables,

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:HcG i '' a "VElR."Y I o W PR.XCEIS
VELVETS AND RIBBONSAT ,

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DEPARTMENT!\}|>-
KING'S BAZAR : ./: ,' We have just received from the North and East an
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.. .,I immense stock of '
C. \\e ==
".I ... ., IS REPLETE WITH NEW GOODS OF FASHIONABLE CUT AND

Also a nice display of j 1 II DRY GOODS -:I CLOTHING, ))1 u>> DESIRABLE SUITS MADE FABRIC.TO ORDER FINE CLOTHING BY BROWNING: A SPECIALTY., KING y..

& CO., NEW YORK. FIT GUARANTEED.
CHRISTMAS GOODS,
Pfe
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, III11 ID. ==
Marked very low to suit the times. U u NEW FALL STYLES IN GENTS' HATS)1)
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and.in fact a full line in every Department, of;the

-- LATEST DESIGNS; and as we are able to buy - Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. a

ECOORSIN in bulk, we are prepared to offer same at fP P
A LARGE LINE OF HAXTDSOME GOODS. =

THECITY9 PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION} t...:! JS-Orders by'mail' promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to -
ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. =

J & T.Northeast XYDD ,. 'w
MART ,; Rush of business prevents our naming specialties.
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,;'i'.\R;; I All we aSK is' a trial Call and examine our stock ? corner Centre and Third Sts.

." ie'1(:'. before purchasing elsewhere. NEW YORK. OFFICE-83"Valker St. |} FERNANDINA, FLA. .4

,::1>\{; : Il6r No trouble to show goods at :MODE PRO'S.l" ,'. ..'

M.\ DOWNEYHas ; S) -.- ;f FERNANDINA AND NEW-YORK., '

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now opened his large and extensive :
stock of Foreign and Domestic I' ." ;, '.
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DRY GOODSAND .
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MODE BRO'S: I I
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FAMILY GROCERIES, GENERAL INSURANCE <
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i -encli CONSISTING and English IN Cashmeres PART OF-Merinos m.l LEADERS OF LOW PRI.C.ES\' .. \ l., \ AGENCY

Alpacas, Delaine.s,Satines Lusters Prints, 4 ,' 1
Seersuckers a choice lot of Family Blankets )-
Flannels of all colors (Red Blue, "
White, Brown, Olive, Opera, etc.,) -\' CHARLES V. HILL YER' .
Irish Linens Towels; Napkins Nos..30 & .31.,,Centre, St., Femandina.-t_."." 1- ,, .,
Doileys,Table Linens and Cov- .' .
ers of beautiful design and \
,
finish,Irish and Hamburg = .
Edgings!, Embroideries, -. t FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
Laces and Shawls,

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I READY-MADE CLOTHING, : PAUL FUNKE'S OFFICE,:S. W. CORNER OF CENTRE 'AND SECOND STREETS. i

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Broche'e and all- ,' .
(plaid :
Wool), Broadcloths Doe \\hd .. I i
*-+!+t-++t-++I-+I+I-+1+[-M-+I+1-+I+I-+1+(-+I+(--)+++-+ +++++++++-+++++++++.f..++++
skins Satinet Jeans. Cotton .
Flannels: White Goods, Shirt !
ings,Sheetings,Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Hats. Caps Umbrellas Boys IIIDRY I GOODS EMPORIUM I .
and Gents'Suits of latest style and fin- 1
ish,Trunks,Valises Satchels, Ladies and i
Gents' Shoes,Gaiters Hosiery, Ladies and !
Children's Vests Gentlemen's Underwear, +++++++++++++++++-++++-+ry RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.


INGRAIN AND BRUSSELSCARPETINGS NEW WINTER GOODS.. F-J.aC>:B..XJA.: SEJR..-VICE:.

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I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment S' MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !
Mattings, Bugs'', Oil-Cloths, etc. of Winter Goods ever brought to Ferhandina-consisting of Col-
i ill
ored Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres ; Blankets are among
Also nice line of and
a Crockery Queen's specialties Gloves and Hosiery in variety : SAILINGS
great 'SEMI-WEEKDY
China Ware Goblets, Tumblers, Bowls, my ; ;
Ewers, Basins Butter Dishes, etc.

A NICE LINE OF FURNITURE, PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,, ,, !i

Furniture, Chairs .Tables, Spring
Beds, :Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows, Embroideries, Laces, ,Silk .and Linen Handkerchiefs::!, Ribbons, .i ,.).', ,
and a great variety not mentioned here. Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to ::'.,
be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special l.,t
All the above the Proprietor ,
was purchased bv -
attention is directed to and ..
varied ofMBOYS'
while recently in New York, at the my large assortment I' :; .
VERY LOWEST FIGURES, and will besoM .
at a small living profit FOR CASH. !:
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Having been, established in East Florida .. p. x ,s.I' .,
MEN "
since 1853,and in this city since 1861,I hope CLOTHING ; :;;':-.
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and expect to receive a large share of the d .";,, .';
public patronage,and will endeavor to make. ., "
which cannot be beaten in, the city and which I am selling at i ; .,
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-+THE CITY MART-- astonishingly low prices. Suits equal,to, custom-made I at one-' i

half the cost. Also. a large variety,of Gents' Underwear and ,''..
in the future, as in the past,.one of the most Furnishing.Goods of every description.
eProposed
popular Stores in the '
city. '
I offer my hest thanks for past favors. Sailings for December 'and January.

HATS GAPS BOOTS SHOES ; Steamers leave Pier 20,-E.R., at 3 p.m.. Steamers leave Fernandina, p.m.
M. DOWNEY.
STEA IERS. LEAVE NEW YORK. LEAVE FEEXAXDINA.'CITY .
Fernandina, : \. U, 1885. OF SAN ANTONIO..........Friday, December 4th. Wednesday.December 9th. .'
for Men, Ladies and:Misses; of all sizes,at low prices. In Domestic STATE OF TEXAS...................Tuesday.lecemher 8th. Saturday December 12th.
Goods I CARONDELET..J........................Friday! December llth Wednesday, December 16th.
am offering unprecedented bargains, and I will not be
Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..........Tuesday. December 15th. Saturday,DecemberlOth. .
undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. STATE.OF TEXAS.:........_........Friday, December 18th. Wednesday, December 23d.
LINEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN Attention is also directed to my, large assortment 'ofHOUSEFURNISHING CARONDELET..............;...........Tuesda-. December'22d. Saturday December 2Gth.
sent upon receipt of 2-cen CITY OF-SAN.ANTONIO...........Friday, December 25th. Wednesday, December 30th.,,
stamp. AddressFLORIDA :MIRROR, GOODS STATE ,OF TEXAS........ '...........Tuesday, December,29th.! Saturday; January 2d1886.This ,
26 Fernandina, Fla. 'Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New.
York,''offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF ,
comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give pen .FRUITS, VEGETABLES and others.
JVottce to Tax-Payers. calll All ,orders by mail promptly'attended to, 'at The'traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED .
lam now ready to receive the State and .' .' ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
County taxes assessed the real and connections at FERN 'XDISA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD -
upon
personal for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
property in the county of Nassau,
*la., for the year 18S5, and can be found at : JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT !
ay office,in the store of Mr.Emil 0.Friend, -1YAWL+ TgNK DRY G D 5 EMR1UM H+ RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the ?u.
corner Centre and Third streets every Wednesday PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and.with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD ',
and Saturday,when not on a collecting for ..LAKE WEIR. <1'I
tour in the county. THROUGH BILLS OF 'LADING TO ALL POINTS.For ,';;: ...
WAEREN F. SCOTT, g'r
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Collector of Revenue, Nassau County. CENTRE STREET,. freight, passage rates, and schedules or further information, apply to ,j

_Fernandina. Fla., December 7, 1885. .. R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, "
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; .GENERAL. DIRECTORY. Sheriff-G. \V.. Epperson, Lake Butler., I MADISON COUNTY. ; LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.Sheriff's. -ac-.r w .
.: ".j Collector of lievenue-Eunberiy Haynes, County Judge-R.. M.." Witherspoon Madi.: ( .Q:-:: p (-II"n _
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J r United States Officers. Starke. .. Sale. ,. 0--0 00---: g.c oOt.. ,
t'jIt"'JI v Superintendent of Schools J. L.-Hill, 'Lake. son.SheriffrS. Madison. < 5''"I Q -s.
LAND OFFICES GAL ESVILi.E: A. Parrainore, and by virtue of an execution 1 is- :::
Butler Clerk John'M. Madison : UXDER :: =w
Beggs, =
orlhe Circuit Court. Fourth
Barnes Gainesville.
: Jf Registerj. fA. BREVARD COUNTY. Samuel J. ;:.: Q-C
Superintendent of Schools- Perry, ... r:
,,raj ;; ;j ..Rcccwer-John F. Rollins; Gainesville. Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County .= _. =.3 2j
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;r" rG ;Su v yor-General-J. F. McClellan. > County Judge-James A. McCrory, 'City Madison. in'a suit in' said Court determined, whereinP. 3 2.TC ,
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1 Treasurer S. S. Smith :Madison. o 1f =
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County t;
Point. .
I. Courier is plaintiff and Clarence N.Brew&ter iJ. 0 ..
: tt..r.:; t,8 rvii. DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-,A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of. Ret'enui-.n. V. Wadswortli, defendant, and George'Henry gar- ,(-II' Q.:..:.:... --....

't11't .Judje-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.. Sheriff M. E. English, Titusville. Madison. nishee,) have. levied 1 upon ami will sell at ;; o ::": ";::
:Jfarshat-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville' Collector of fievenuc-J. F..Reed,Titusville.'Superinterideiit'of'SchiiolsJohn MANATEE COUNTY public auction in front of the eonrt-hous e :::"* 4 -

'"'\.'t Cerkt Philip Walter, Jacksonville. -H. Laws, County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee. in the city of Fernandina. on Monday, the 2:'J r\W sc:: "-." 5-3*->r*.CJ Wco

I' '';.:It,r1l INTERNAL REVENUE. City Point. / ':..' Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. '4th day of January, A. D.188HIl1' \\ the right, rf';=::' r(:: =a-9.';:
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.; 't1! 'Collector-S. C. Thompson-Jacksonville. CALHOUN. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. title and interest. which George Henry had :-:: 0Q 1>o i""S .P- "
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COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge William Clark. Collector, of.Rezenue-Henry E. Carlton, on the 27th day of.May, 1882, or at any time ::: .-< <0 :;. .--.. '
'\i'" Clerk-James S. Fannin.. Fort Green. thereafter in and to Lot one ((1)),Section four- o"' :.:.:.. :::"
l-. John W. Howell, Fernandina. Steriff-Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, teen ((14)). Township two ((2)), North.Range' .:;!. -:= <:= ...:!
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1t'.l it 'Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.Collector Pine Level; twenty-eight ((2:;) East, containing fifty-four : .O o; as :c.Lt'"l :,:-::s 1Q

,m VJ John F. House, St. Augustine., of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. MARION COUNTY. acres. ': Q oo = t-3

I t : Superintendent of Schools W.. G. Coxwell. Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. 2.3 ; r aw g 1
fsl State Ulcers. County Judge-J. H. Williams,.pcala. J.A.ELLERMANNSheriff.Fernandina 0 () :::1 0
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r 1.t! : CLAY COUNT 'E C"'c :::s ::: -..
Clerk Robert Billlock Ocala.
|1.rbft': Fla., December 3d, 1885. '":1 cr ;;" ... O:::
.# ; ?: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E. T. Williams'Ocala.Collecor Q c..C 00 ::-c:
Y;,. ft" Edward A. /Tallahassee. Park. of Revenue W. P. Trantham, Sheriffs Sale. '.t6 .0(110..,.... _.....
Perry -
i Goeernor-: >t"'
! 1f.I Li utena1Lt- GOL'ernorIiltoll II. Mabry, Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. TTNDER and by virtue of an execution g. 0 ':; C") -
'" Leesburg. ., Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne, U issued out of the Circuit Court. Fourth -r :: r. = 9
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John L. Crawford Tal- Springs. Fort :McCoy. Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau County "M 00000. .... ...
t;I Secretary of State- :;;: Q. ..,.
1:1 ey 1 Green .. .. ,
lahassee. Collector of Revenue W. J. Wilson, MONROE COUNTY. in a suit determined, wherein E. E. S. Wad- : '..- :1.....,<" 1>o i

... 1a: : Comptroller-W. D. Barnes,Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. leigh, Administratrix of the estate of'V inborn O 5.; ::-:: 0 t:1 oOt

)I f.I' Treasurer-E. S. Crill.i McRae. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. A. Sanborn, deceased: is plaintiff and ..,.. --H 5"X
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i : Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. Frank Foster and Joseph Longwood defend- _*_ :: '" O
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i G see. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake; City. Collector of RetenueIason S. Moreno, ants, I have levied upon and will sell at :-:. ;: ? o w yo"
::"' Commissioner of Lands-C. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. public aution in front: of the Court-house in :;:: 2=-c; oi K7 z

i' :I' Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Slt.erijf"-C.- P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of SlLools--J. V. Harris,Key the city of Fernandina.. on the first Mondayin !O g
,.L.) Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Ta.res-'V. Payne, Lake City. West. January, A.''D. 1886. being the 4Mi day of O":.j* 0-10w'B S'P3 0

:II.. .f\\ .Adjutant-General-David Lang.' Superintendent of. Schools\V. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. said month, a steam pile driver, levied upon :3: K'H.Scrars
. ...... Lake City. as the property of Foster and Longwood.
;! r ii SUPREME COURT. DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Terms cash purcbaser paying for title.J. IMSifSI:: ::;: :

: Chief tiu-Geo. McWhorter.. dina. A. ELLERMANN. Sheriff. 5. 0 -- C'Oen
! ii'iit: Associate Justice-George. P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. C'lerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, 1885. P _Z-s 0 ::
hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sheriff-John Ellermann, Fernandina. ......... ,.....,. (c JJ _>..
,f.\*. Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Wm. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, 'Fer- In Justice Court. .S'. ":1.0.... :-:: rJj C'O-- ........
I Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. := tj
'f'.t'11 STATE FLORIDA NASSAU COUNTY.To .
!, :.". Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer- 'Mrs. Martha OF Schuyler, and Geo. W. Schuy- 9' =--z

;A "" CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. ler:

i.; I First CircuitAugustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, You are hereby notified that a writ of at- .-

.:. sacola. sonville. Evergreen. tachment has been issued against you, and
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:5?;.::: ,,,.,. .toiI Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Trcasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan- your property attached, to satisfy the de- .
:'....l"if.l'. see. Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. mand of W. B. C. Duryee. amounting to ; ... :' ;::,' H .;,; .: f.;.; :

Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. $70.15. Now, unless you shall appear before ;.: :';.d( t F:

as! 7 I Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jacksonville. sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando.' 'V..F. Livingston, a Justice of the Peace in ,, 'f' i: : ; Wi; : t ,
i Collector of Retenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. and for said county, at' his office at Fernan :..,:,':; .. ; ::

$N: Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- dina,on the first Monday of February,A.D. ,;:
fedfJjjiH ville. Superintendent of Sctools William H.Babcock lando. 188C, at 10 o'clock in the'morning,judgment "

; ; f1' Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Jacksonville. Superintendent of Se/tools-John T. Beeks, will be rendered against you, and your property ,' .
: < \ Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando. sold to pdy the debt. :: r ;'T 1.'

t'Sf'Hi: ::. ESCAMBIA. Surveyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. Dated- this 2d day of December.A.D.1885. .,"J'J, :;;" '*, "1.f'" ,>

''flH'liwv' ; ; Ctr nrt Calendar County Judge-Walter Tate. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. H. J. BAKER, "
' Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. dec58w Plaintiff's Attorney. ..
& &i FIRST CIRCUIr. Wilkins. POLK.
Joseph
Sheriff{ '
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&,...;.._ ';( Fall Term- Trea.mrer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Sheriff's Sale. :. :);:,.,,' < {: .

, K\{\. ; Santa, Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm 's. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. and by virtue of an execution
Walton 4th Monday in October. Schools-N. B. Cook. W. H. Jonson. UNDER
{; Superintendent of Sheriff .
out of the Circuit Court Fourth ..
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Holmes 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Treasurer-F. F. Beville. : 1',
FRANKLIN. Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, ... ,f. 1I'1j ( ...
in October. Collector Relenue-J. D. Tillis. ", :. .
'If..1Jyfll'S Baker. of in a suit determined, wherein Joseph C.Readis \.7. ,., ,l... ....:
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c .. Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy.
plaintiff and John O'Donald defendant, I
Clerk-J. A. Atkins.
in October.
tH: ':: iiS PUTNAM COUNTY. have levied upon and will sell at public auc-
4th in Sheriff-S. A. Floyd.
; :2i.t Jackson, 3d Monday after Monday
t ': "" October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate T.S.Houghton, Palatka. tion in front of the Court-house in the city .. ."j.!" jf :.;.

#1''1. '. Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. of Fernandina, on the first Monday in Jan- .',-, "';,'i"ti.! if ,. t,.?,.
; ;;., a This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C.'Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr.. Palatka. uary, A. D. 1886, being the 4th day of said ,
month the half of the northeast .
' the Price. east quarterof ..
1A 10, 1879, and does not change GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph t
; ) Term. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, northeast quarter of Section 30, Township
x. Spring R. Hams. North 25 East and Lots 7 and 8 in
it"} .. t THIRD CIRCUIT.Spring Countg Judge-J. Palatka. ,Range ,.
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Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Block 6, city of Callahan. Also, one and a
TermTaylor TAYLORCOUNTY.
"' i "y Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell. half acres of land, situated, lying and beingin
i: 1st after 1st Monday in '
q : ; Tuesday Trea.mrer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. the city of Callahan, and described as follows -

,"'fi. ". '.(' April.Madison. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. : Commencing at a stake, said stake
,1 2d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. being the southeast corner of lands owned THE FLORIDA

!1 44 Hamilton, 4th Monday in April.Suwanee Superintendent of Schools- -T. J. Faulkner by the Trustees of the Free School,and run-
: 1st : after 4th Monday HAMILTON
Monday COUNTY. Perry.
ning west along the line of said school land
r ; in A rile Treasurer-D. S.,Sutton Perry., IMPROVEMENT COUP.A.N'J
t 11,4 County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. .County and lands belonging to John O'Donald, rrOWN
JiVfevH*' : Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. which bounds said lands on the north, two

;.fUf; "' April. Sheriff{ Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Relenue-J. B. Hardee Perry. hundred and ten feet to stake; thence Fernandina
. ),1 \\ Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. south along the line of lands belonging to /.

{ '* 1It'"do April. Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid, John O'Donald. which bound it on the
John Chain.
"My '
Towns
t, : ': 7 Fall Term- County Judge- on R. R. Line.
;ii' west three hundred and fifteen feet to a
' after 1st in Jasper. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
1st Monday
i Tuesday
b.j Taylor, HERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. stake; thence east along the line of lands And Cedar Key.

}f. =.: 1 lm October.Madison, 2d :Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rl'/lenue-W. J. Williams. belonging to John Booth, which bounds it
the south two hundred and ten feet to a
4th in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. on
Hamilton Monday
r t',1 -
lt r; stake,this line being parallel to the first line;
1st after 4th Mondayin Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S
':" :k 1 Suwannee, Monday COUNTY. thence north along the lands belonging to
h.. .". October. CJllectorof Revenue-Jno.E.King,Lecanto. County Judge)[. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Jehu Booth bounds it the east.
Taxes-J. F. Shands Brooks- which on Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
4th Assessor
after of ,
3d Monday
; Columbia, Monday
W .p.t xille. tine.ClerkBartolo three hundred and fifteen feet to place of
: : October. F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. beginning. This line is parallel to the sec- number of the meet eligible and desirable
Schools W. C. Zimmerman
after 4th : of -
liiltfi: Lafayette, 6th Tuesday Monday Superintendent Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine ond line.

Pya : .4 in October. Floral City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph' F. Llambias, Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
;?f c'l FOURTH CIRCUITSpring HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. A.ELLERMANN, Sheriff.

\ "!. 1" n; Term- in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, 1885. City or Suburban Residences,
St. John's, 2d Tuesday
".1t:! ; Augustine..
Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa.
in March.
.! i' Clay,4th Tuesday Sheriff 3. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. In the Circuit Court,
j 1 : ''1 Btadford,1st Tuesday in April. UPON EASY TERMS.
tt )s. Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
f"i
Clerk-C. M. Knott Sumterville. COUNTY FLORIDA.
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Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES.
: Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
F. Sumterville.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Sheriff-J. Galloway,
Brownell.
;" : County Judge-A. H. Collector of Revenue-I. N. Withers, Lees- THOMAS HADDOCK")
: f Fall Term- Clerk-T..H. Pitman.: Order. parties engaged in manufacturing or indns-
burg.Superintendent vs. j-
John's 2d in September.
St. Tuesday Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
of Schools-C. F. Venable, MARY HADDOCK J
liW'' Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Sumterville. It appearing from the affidavit filed in rial enterprises, who will erect on the property -
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector Revenue William Tucker.
j : of
SUWANEE COUNTY. said cause that the defendant, Mary Haddock -
rafejO Baker 2d Tuesday in October. Schools=Whitnell
Superintendent of Curry. substantial
J'i I Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. is now in the State of Georgia and in purchased improvementsfor
JACKSON. Live Oak. the county of Camden, as defendant be-
erk-J. W. Newman
in November.
Duval 1st; Tuesday ,
'. :... residence in which to conduct then
\1. or
'" County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. lieves,and that she is over the age of twentyone ,
k 1'k,, FIFTH CIRCUIT.
\:' i Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, years ; now, therefore is ordered that
;..R't' Spring Term March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. said defendant, :Mary Haddock, be required' business.
f Sumter, 3d Tuesday in Treasurer-James E. Heam. Schools-A. ,W. Mizzell to answer or demur to the,bill of complainant -
Superintendent of ,
in March.
ItJ Marion 4th Tuesday INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS
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Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. filed in said cause on or before the first
:. ',tJ'. = Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY.CountyTudgeJames Monday in January, A. D.1886.
l t i March. Witness, John A. Edwards, Clerk of said by exemption for a term of years from
.4 ,;"err Levy; 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in .JEFFERSON. H. Chandler, Enter- Court, and the seal thereof this 2d day of

,t i}:; t-:t'tI i March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.ClerkH.. December A. D.1885. taxation, offered by the several cities and

',"! 1 Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. JOHN A. EDWARDS, I
; r in April. Clerk-W. C.'Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton/ F. Brooke, Enterprise. Clerk Circuit Court :Nassau County,Fla. towns. Apply to

'ij"I'. !J Fall Term .. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. :CHAS. W. LEWIS
s Sumter, 1st Tuesday in Octob- ,Monticello. Superintendent of.Schools-B. F. Fox, New 'Fernandins.

Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna., ,
" Putnam 2d Tuesdayln November. ticello... WAKULLA COUNTY. JIiD'"" Office Dnryee building (up stairs),
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: Levy, 4th Tuesday i November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-R. S. Smith. mbt uu. corner" ,Centre and. First,streets.
Alachua, 1st Tuesday er' 4th Tuesdayin ticello. Sheriff-Charles S.:Alligood,Crawfordville. "

November. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. ,- "
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, The' Best Newspaper in America ,
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Spring Term- County Judge-T.,T. Chessen, New Troy. Crawfordville. 'r '"- ,
}. :1F1 Orange, 4th Monday January. Sheriff-C. 8. Weathersby. County Treasurer"W. W. 'Walker, Craw- and by far the Most Readable. ., ,.":,".::; :' .'
3d in Clerk-Neal A. New ,, -. ,r
Volusia, Monday February. McAlpin, Troy. fordville. wanted "
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Brevard 1st Monday in March.. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew Collector of.Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- Agents everywhere to earn 1"j'--v'-. : .,.fr'2': : .
Dade, 3d Monday in April. Troy. fordville. money in distributing the, Sun's Pre- \" ::'r't.:: :...' .>',,i' >:' .
{ Halt Term County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan,- New WALTON. miums. :
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Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. ii'1Jsr' l
# Volusia, 2d Monday: in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. The most interesting and advanta-
Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod.
2d Monday in November. Sheriff John C. McSween. .geous offers ever made by any News- !} ; i' ""::*1H1 ,' _:&.

ft LEON COUNTY., Treasurer-James E. Bowers. paper. :i: ;?;"'i.'iG\1 ,: '. ::: !." c '.t

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: ; County Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. ignored or neglected. > r '."$<-;
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C. Gardner Gaines- Superintendent of Felkel : ...,, :i", : ..; tf: ; ;
t; County Judge-Junius Schools-Henry County Judge-Wm. B.Jones. Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in t '" '., 'cf'f '':; ;, .' '. '

ville.Clerk=J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.- Tallahassee.Trea.mrer-J. Demilly Tallahassee. Sheriff Clerk-D.S.D.W.Melvin.Davis. Standard Gold and other WatchesvaluableBooks ::;::: :ft = : : ;1:'

Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue C. C. ,Pearce, Talla- Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. the Be.st"Family Sewing Machine !. ". -,,',,'.>O\W1-.'t, ,.. .f1t..,,, (;: .,'5 .;!
a. Collector of Revenue H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Collector Revenue-John Roche. known to'the trade, and an unequaled list -"..',: .i..;',' ;K,;,;? .. ,...., .....r .,'' ..',; ',;, rz' 'tS
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l p r Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Cl.erk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. ';: .

b Gainesville. Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. Rates by Ma.il, Postpaid: : > : :
t BAKER COUNTY. Collector Notice for Final Discharge. ,, ''r.'r.l l Jf / /w
of RetenueW. H. Anderson, DAILY, per Year(\rfthcmt.Sunday) $600 t3, ;
County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. IK :MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST DAILY, per Month(without Sunday) 50 :

ti ; ,( Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, publication of this notice I will presentto SUNDAY, per Year .' I 100 ... Y. ; '.
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SEA-ISLAND ROUTE NOTICE OF REIOVAL.I I! RAILROADS : Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. Interlachen.Ar.JT&KWJunc..7.30ani_......... 6.10am 4.06pm

4.55
; pm
R.. G. McQUITTY WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 5.10 p m

STEAMER MERCHANT TAILOR Florida Railway & Navigation CO. Ar. Jacksonville............ 1.22p, m 7.12 p m
KEY LINE ,
THE
All trains of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .
Has removed his business to the rooms over ((90th) Meridian time which is 33
% Meddaugh's grocery store Centre.street. slower than Jacksonville, time. minutes Ocala, Leesbnrg...... ............ Fast Mail
He has received an assortment of seasonable THE KEY For Pemberton's Ferry ............}}
LINE7
for gentlemen's and is preparedto and For Astor..................:. ............ 11.45 a m
goods after
make them, up to suit wear all tastes in the EMBRACING THE WESTERN CENTRAL AND ON Trains Sunday will,leave:May and 3d, 1885, For Palatka.............. ) Ex.Sun ......_......
arriveas
best follows For Jacksonville....... k ........... ......_......
style. SOUTHERN DIVISIONS. : For St. Augustine_...J 3.00am 2.05 pra
#Repairing neatly done. NEW;ORLEANS EXPRESS

Fernandina Fla., July 12, 184. CENTRAL (OOTII MERIDIAN) ,TIME. ONE HOUR .Leave'Jacksonville daily at........... ,,,7:30 am TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.

ST. NICHOLAS SLOWER WASHINGTON D:C. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m Frru Pemberton's Ferry ............ ) Fast Mail
J.A.. .RYDER7 THAN Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m Frra Astorand Leesb'rg ............}} ......_......
CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. Arrive at Waycross daily at.:........:10:00 a m From Ocala................. ............ 3.05pm
-PRACTICAL-. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT, NOV;'15,1885. Arrive at Thomasville daily at..1:30 p m From palatka........... | Ex. Sun. ......_......

BLACKSMITH- AND- WHEELRIGHTCORNER -- Arrive at Bainbridge daily at.....?, 3:30 p m From Jacksonville....} .............. ......_......
Arrive at Chattahoochee From St. Augustine... 9.30 12.45pm
daily at... 3:50 pm
m
RECESTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. Western and Southwestern' Past'Line. p
BROOME ANDSECOND Sxs. Arrive at'Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m STEAMER A. J: LANE.

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

PLYING Savannah regularly Between the Fernandina WE and all work entrusted to our I a.m.7.30 I._ Lv.Jacksonvllle..Ar ;...._ p.m.8.40 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-. Leaves Leesburg..........................10.30 a m

upon following care, promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill.: Work :,, 8.14,._ ...........Bnldwin........_.. ......_ 7.48 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg...... ............... 4.45 pin
schedule carefully Done til reasonable rates WpodWorkin 9.45 _...... Ar.Lake City......_Lv ....._ 6.13 cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- :For Yalaha and Bloomfield onlyafternoon
LEAVE FERNANDINA every Monday, of its at I 10.36 _...... ":.........Live" Oak......... ......_ 5.14 Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick -
and Saturday m. arrival all branches living prices 11.4-1 ......_ ........._Iadison..... ...... ......_ 3.::>3p.m. trip :
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Wednesday p. upon ; take this train at Brunswick
j and at short notice.HorseShoeing. .: arriving Leaves Le sbllrg........................... 5.20 p ra
of trains arriving at Savannahthe via'B. &
evening W. R. R. at 7.40
....._ ..Monticello.3.20 p. m.
following roomings. 1 r a Specialty., 1.301.. .,_...... !..........Tallahassee......... ......_ 1.15. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this '
LEAVE SAVANNAH every Sunday, SD* Furniture repaired repainted;stainedor 320';......_" '..t .............Quin' ..:...... .......1201 train, Savannah to, Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .
Tuesday and Thursday p.m., and reaching varnished. Wire Safes made to order at j a.m. and. New Orleans.
Fernandina the following mornings. : 4.001......_. .......Riyf'r:Junction...... ......_ 11.20 Pullman Palace Cars Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa '&
at Savannah .with all rail short notice. _...... ..........J.Iarianna_......... .......,10.49 Sleeping Jacksonville Key West Railway and fast river steamers
Connections A share of the public patronage solicited. 7.oof.' .....:. ." .....DeFuniak Spring..; ......_ .8.40 to Cincinnati via Jesup. for St. Augustine Green Cove Spring Jack-
lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Bostont Respectfully, 10.3;>.1......_ ......;._Pensaeola_.........."' ......._ ::>..05a.m.1 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- sonville and all North
Savannah vessels to,and from New York ville to St..Louis via Waycross.FAST points East and
< J. A. .HYDEn.I .
and Boston, and at Fernandina with trains I i ............. IobiJe_............ "......._ 12.20 West and with up-river steamers for South
all Florida points.A. II 3.101.1', ... p.m. MAIL. Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron
for o. MACDONELL I CURTIS fc CO. ......_..'e\\, Orleans_......" ......_ 7.00 Leave'Jacksonville daily at.......... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka" and steamship

Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.. ......?Iontgomerr.......;. ......- 8.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.1200 m "City of Monticello," for Charleston, New

Fernandina Fla. ..I REAL ESTATE: AGENTS, GEORGIA G.50j.-l. ._...... .........-Nashvllle.. .......... _.......a.m.7.f>O Leave Chattahoochee at .............12:00, m York Mail Boston trains Philadelphia make close connection, etc. both
I). K. )MAXWELL 1 ST. MARY'S. n.m.1' Leave Thomasville.at.......:...:........ 2:10 p m
General Superintendent, I ....;_ ..........E'.nnsyille.......... ". .;...._ 1.00p.m. 'Leave Callahan daily at.....'...i....... 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West
Fernandina, FJa. Loans procured, Mortgages negotiate d.ex- 1.40j. Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 m Railway,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast
changes effected. 8.00......_ ....._..,..St.Louis.........,II ......_ 7.15 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ G:38 p p m ,Line-Fast Mail.

Mill Sites, Town Lots from '25 feet to 4 "2.20.,......_ II ..........Louisville- _......... ......_ a.m.1.00 Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 8:25 p m &. At Navigation Wait's Crossing Co. for, with Waldo.At Florida. Railway
-USE acres Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 p.m Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m ,
acres for sale. 6.35.: ....._ ........CUlclnnati.......... ..,...._ 8.4.5; : Arrive anVashingtonD.C., daily_11:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah Florida &
N. B._"St.' Mary's having been selectedas 9.45.,......_ .,.......Indianapolis....._ ......_ 3.f>O : Arrive at'New York daily.at........ 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee: Savan-
#" C. A. WOOLSEY'SJERSEY the terminus of the Atlantic& MississippiCanal : ......_ ........._.Chicago ............ ....._ 3.45 : Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars.. nah, New Orleans, and all points North,

(under the survey made for ..Government Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Savannah to New York without change. East and West; and with :Florida Railway
by General Gillmore), charters for the Baggage checked through. EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key,
construction of which having been granted Pensacola New Orleans and Tampa.
,CITY. b3'.the :United 'States Govern nient-and'the .Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m ,At Ocala with Florida Railway: & Navigation -
r' Legislatures of Georgia and :Florida, a large Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line. Arrive at Jacksonville daily, at..... 8:55: a ni' Company, and hacks for ,SilverSpring.
Leave at1 Callahan :;..........,
increase in the value of adjacent lands may North and East. daily at. 8:35: p m .
--WHITE LEAD be confidently looked for." (See New'York Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m At Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake
Sun,27-3-83.) Read Read Up. Leave Live Oak daily.at .............. 8.55pm Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
I Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm Railway and boats on Lake Harris for
i a.m.10.00 p.m.5.00 Lv..Fernandina..Ar a.m.9.45 p.m.3.55 Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p m points on lake.

-AND Post-Office Notice. 11.26 6.35IAr, ........._Callahan.Lv 7.f>O 2.30fi Arrive at Jesup daily at...............12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line

Office Hours-:From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 r. )I. 8.25 ......... ........ 221 Arrive at Thomasville,daily at...... 7:15 a m for Brooksvilla Tuckertown, Fort Dade,
Sunday hours 10:30: A. M. to 11:30 A. M. \ Arrive at Albany daily at..10:30 a m Tampa, and South Florida.

READY-MIXED PAINTS 'Money Orders and Registered Letters from 9.25Ar..Baldwin..Lv, 5.45 1.30 Arrive at Branswick daily at........ 8:00 a m O. W. BROMWELL, I
8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 r. M I a.m.l I Arrive at Macon daily! at.............. 8:50 a m General Pass.Agent. :
to 3:30 in.ARRIVAL 7.301 9.30 Withlacooehee..AI' 7.40 7.40 Arrive at Atlanta daily at..........;.12:30 p m SHERMAN CONANT, :
p.
i 7.f>O 9.f>O I ........st.Catherine......... 7.25 7.25 Arrive at Savannah ....
AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. daily at. ..... 6:20 a m General Manager.
8.4010.50 .........Pannsoffkee......._ 6..45 6.45a.m.l
Transit & Peninsular Railroad- Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p ru ,

JK2TTHEY ARE THE BEST.aXALSOMINE Arrives daily'ex ept Sunday........ 4.45 p. M. I p.m.5.10 ............Orlando..........." 9.25 10.10 ,Arrive at Washington daily.........10:30 a m
Brings mails from the North, the 6.30,, 8.20 "............Tavares.....?..... 6.10 8.10G. Arrive at New York- daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide.
Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular .::>9 9.02 "'....._.._Leesburg.......... ::>.20 7.38 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
railroads: 7.Z1 9.55 .. ..........Wildwood_.........." 4.40 7.08 ', and Pullman [The Traveler's Guide isasthe, heading
8.3-1 11.3.' ......_.....OcaIn..:...,......<" 3.05 5.::>6 ,Waycross Palace Sleeping indicates, intended as a means of infor- I
Closes daily except Sunday: .........., 1:00.A. M. ", u Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville, to Cincinnati.
8.55 11.::> .......Silver Spring.. _...... 2.36 ::>..32a.m. mation to the To'be relia-
traveling public.
Takes mails for the North, the Connections' Atlanta with Western and
Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular 9.48 31 ............;..Citrl1:.;.....:...:. u 1.38 4.29 Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia and ble, it should be correct. The managers of
All Shades 50 CENTS per Pack roads.Leesburg l1.02r Ar............_Waldo.Lv 12.05 3.12 Georgia Railroads for all points West and the different railroad and steamer, lines will I

train arrives daily.......... 8:40 A. M. 7.00 ......_ LY..Cedar ._ 7.25 North st.. greatly assist us in our efforts to, make it.so
._ ......... ......_ notifying us of made in the
Pounds. Western mail 8.42 :: Key..Ar.: 5.29 Pullman Palace Cars Jackson- by changes running -
age of Five Brings only. 9.13....._ ............. ......_ 4.::>6 Sleeping time, when they will be promptly cor- f
i Fernanamd& Jacksonville Railroad- 10.06...._ ........Gainesville., ....._.. u ._ 357:: ville to Louisville viaThomasville., rected.]
Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A. M. p.m. Connections at Montgomery with 'Louisville __

.A : r I Brings"the Jacksonville and' St.. t,*' 11.08 2.30 ";..........._'V aldo. ..._.........." .11.50 3.15 and Nashville Railroad for New I
John's r \' mails. p.m. Orleans FOR SALE. AT 12.03 3.23 ." .. .........Starke:.._........." 11.10 2.22 TRANSIT, & PENINSULAR RAII.ROAD.,
Closes daily: except Sunday..10:30. A. M. 1.22 ...:......:.Baldwin:........... II 9.35 12.40 Northwest. At .Savannah with' Central Day Passenger'Train leaves- a
Sunday MailJacksonville 6.Qqj" a.m. Railroad of Georgia for all points ,West and For Cedar Key and Wild wood,and .
and St. John's River, 2.2.3 7.20 I Ar........Callahan....:.;......Lv 5.50111.33 Northwest. Charleston and Savannah,Rail- all Transit Road..10.00 f
R,. L. ARNOW'S arrives..............;.,!...................,.10:25 A. M. p.m. way for all points North, with steamships Savannah: points on and all points North a.m. l

Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. M. 8.45 I 1.25 Ar..8avannah.Lv" I......_ P..01a.mm 'for New York, 'Boston and Baltimore. At and West................................10.00a.m. '
Jacksonville St. John's.Riverandthe m. Charleston with steamships for New York.
Xo. 43 CENTRE STREET. North closes....;. ....... .... 0:00: 10.45., ....._ ............Atlanta............ ._ 3.30 and (connecting at Callahcn.: )
; ; ; ; A. M. 6.f>O _...... ..........Cincinnati.......... ......_ 8.47 Philadelphia Baltimore For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all
Jacksonville! and St. John's River a in. Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail points on the Florida Central & '

only closes....... ..............;.......... 4:00 p. M. 1.53.:: ....._ II...........Charleston... .......... .._ 3.00 and Steamship connections, and Baggage Western Railroad..10.00 a. m.
/ SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. p.m. a.m. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
GEORGE: F. LEWIS Ageni G.55....._ ..........Richmond-......... u _.....10.49 and sections secured at Company's office inAstor's (connecting at Baldwin.)
for :: ......_ ........nshington......... II _...... 6.00 Day Passenger Train arrives-
-- "TTTANTED-Ladies to work us at their own 11.56.. Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot .

YV 'homes. S7 to 810 per week can be quietly 1.30 .I .........Baltimore_......... _...... 4.10 Ticket Office, and on board People's From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
NO CURE NO PAY !, made .No photo painting no canvassing. For I p.m. Line Steamers II. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m :
full particulais, please address, at once, CrescentArt 4.40..I I _. .. From Savannah and all points in j
......_Philadelphia. ..... _... 12.20 and JENNIE LANE. .
Money refunded and no questions asked if Co., Boston, Mass., Box:5170.: U ......__Ke'v. York........... II _...... 9.00 JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West...............r 3.55 p.m. t
JOIIXSOX-.S CHILI, and FEVER TONIC General From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and f
fails to cure any case of CHILL AND :FEVER, or B'UL-IIEADS.: NOTE-HEADS, LET- ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Passenger Agent.R. all points on the Florida Central
BILIOUS FEVER. A specific for Chill and Fever etc., neatly printedat between Jacksonville and Orlando and 'Montgomery G._ FLEMING, Superintendent..
& Western Railroad................. 3.55p.m.
and preventive of :Malarial troubles. Price 5O the MIRROR office.FOR .- and Orlando.
(Out. For sale by PEARCE & HOBBS, and CONNECTIONS Florida Southern Railway Co. Night Passenger Train leaves
HOLTS PHARMACY, Jacksonville. :Fla. Send FINE SEND YOUR : I :For Wildwood........................... 5.00p.m.
for circulars to JOHNSON & CO., Sole Proprietors PRINTING. Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for
For Savannah and all North
the :MIRROR office. Palatka and all landings with points
Monticello :Fla. to ; at St. Catherine
Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING and West................................ 5.00 p. nl.
.- Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburg (connecting at Callahan.)
with for Lakes Harris SOUTH.
steamers
landings on ,
Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida Accom. Fast Mail. Night Passenger Train arrives .
Southern, for Lane Park; Eustis and Astor; at Or- -*., Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. From Cedar Key Wildwood and
lando with South Florida Railroad for,all pointson Jacksonville 'viaJ. all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a. m.

N their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat T. & K.W. R'y.................. 7.45 a m From Savannah and all points in
:; ; i: Company, for Gull coast points,including Tarpon Lv. St. via the North and West.................. 9.45 a.m.
Augustine
Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc.
St. John's Railway................. 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
: f )1f"y all points on Florida Central &
'' Lv. Palatka, fFla Sou'n 4.50 p m 9.45 a m
\ e FERN ANDIN A JACKSONVILLE BRANCH. Ar.Interlachen........... 6.30pm 10.50am Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m.

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

Lv. Fernandina..............._ 7.20 a.m. 2.f>O p.m., Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 p m 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily, except Sunday-
Ar.Jacksonville.............._ 8.45" 4.35'" Lv. Rochelle .:... ......... 9.05 12.20 .
H. B. AIKENS Lv. Jacksonville..............._ 9.25" ::>.10" p m pillAr For Jacksonville......................... 7.20 a. m.
Ar. Fernandina11.00. 6.36" Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 p m For Jacksonville .......:................ 2.50 p.m. t
(SUNDAYS ONLY.) Ar. Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p m Train arrives daily except Sunday

Lv. Fernandina.............. 7.00a.m. 3.30 p. m. Ar. Ocala;................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p m From Jacksonville......:...:.............11.00 a. ra.
Ar. Jacksonville........_....-.. 8.26" 14.::>6" 'Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p mArl From Jacksonville.....'................. 6.36p.m. t
Lv. Jacksonville...............- 9.10" .5.30.' : Lcesbn ............... 7.00 a m 3.55 p m Sunday only- .!i

Ar. Fernandina.10.36< 6.56:: -" Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm From Jacksonville! ...:...............1036am.
: HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER : Ar.'Pemberton's Ferry. ..:......... 7.00pm From Jacksonville ..................... 6.56p.m. I"

MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Lv. Leesburg. St.Johns For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.

Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednesdays -' & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m For Jacksonville ........................' 3.30 p.m': ,
and at :: with
the elegant Saturdays steamships 5.10p.of the m.Mallory connecting Line, sail-: Ar. Fort :Mason!............ ............ 4.45 p m MALLORY LINE. r

ing semi-weekly for New-York direct. Lv. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.55pm For New York direct,, every Wednesday f
FLORIDA STEAMSHIP''COMPANY. Ar. Altoona................. ............ 5.30 pin and Saturday evening.
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Connections made at Fernandina every Sundayand Ar.Astor.................... Daily. 6.45pm From New York direct, 'every Tuesdayand 1 t
Thursday with the Florida Steamship Com- Lv. Fort Mason............10.00 a m 5.00 p m Friday eveing, at 3.00 p.m. I
.. i.i pany for,Savannah, Charleston,New York and Ar. Eustis..................10.10.a m 5.10 p mAr I
STEAMSHIP LINE.
CHARLESTON & FLORIDA
Boston.BRUNSWICK -Tavares _.;..............10.40 rii 5.30 p m
AND INLAND S.B. CO. Ar. Lane! Park............11.00 a m 5.45 p m For Jacksonville and Palatka by City of
Connections at Fernandina daily from and to ; NORTH. Palatka or City Monticello: every.Monday
Brunswick and coast points. SteamerThos.. GOING and Thursday. From Charleston same days.
Collyer leaves at 2.30 p. m. Daily. Fast Mail.Daily. 'For Charleston, by same steamers, every f;'
,' A. o. MACDONELL, .
Sunday and Wednesday. From Palatka and ,
General Passenger. and Ticket Agent. Lv. Astor .................... ............ 7.30am Jacksonville same days.CUMBERLAND.
W. G. COLEMAN 'Lv.Lane Park............ 3.30 p m 8.40 a m
Gen. Trav. Agt., Jacksonville ROUTE.
: D. MAXWELL, Gen.Sup't'i Fernandina,Fla. Lv.Altoona................ 8.50 a m !
PAPER HANGING ALSOMNG 1 ; Lv. Tavares...............:..... 3.50 p m 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Bruns- .
at............................ 2.30
Notice. ,of Incorporation.. ; ,Lv Eustis.. ................. 4.20 p m 9.15 a m wick'daily p.m. .
(connecting at Brunswick withE.
Fort Mason from Ii
Ar. at T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern
... THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY: GIVE. Lane Park....... ......... 4.30 p m 9.20 a mAr. i
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f of the formation of
at Fort :Mason from .
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Steamer Thos.Collyerfrom Brunswick -
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I.i THE EAST GEORGIA*; FLORIDA RAILROAD ', Astor. daily at..........................12.15 p.m.ST. .
: ," '. '' COMPANY, Lv. Fort Mason............ 9.50 a m i
MARYS RIVER.
1" ; A \ ,Ar. Leesbu ............... 10.35 a m '
: for the purpose of constructing, maintaining 'Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-. I
PAINTING OF ALL KINDS arid railroad for Lv. Pemberton's_" Ferry 7.00 a m Tor.St. Marys and Crandall.TuESday -.
operating a. public'use :
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'in the conveyance'of persons' and property Ar., Leesburg-. :......:::...... 't 10.25 a m and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m. 1

from the St. :Mary's'River, at or/nearly opposite Ex. Sun. ,For St. Marys and Dungeness, on
DONE REASONABLE RATES AND IN A FIRST-GLASS :MANNER. the City of St. Mary's, Georgia, to the Lv. Leesburg............... 6.30 p ra 10.45 a m Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p.m. 4
., J .t City of Jackson ville.,_Florida, ,by the most Ar. South Lake-Weir.' .. 8.10 p m 11.18 a m For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, '
direct and practicable route through the Ar. Ocala.-.-.....-............10.30 p m 12.25 p m Monday 'and Thursday............ 8.00a.m. :

.'. ''\ Counties. of Nassau and Duval, Florida.W. .Ar. Micanopy............... 2.45 a m :2.05 p m Steamer Martha arrives
.. :.!.:... ',' t ; .: '') ""''w .> <'. T. DILL, .Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 a m ,235; p m .From St. Marys and Crandall on s

j '>:t- H. S. }MORSE Lv. Rochelle.......:....... 3.50 a in. ''-,2.40: p m .Monday and Thursday..........._ 7.00 a.m. ';
SHOP LOCATED IN SWANN'S. CONCRETE BUILDING, 7 .. "; '_.:' .W..E..KAY: ,. Gainesville............ 4.20 a m : 3.05 p m From St. ,Marys and Dungeness,

A. H. COX, Lv. Gainesville............. 3.00 a m 2.05 p m on Wednesday ana Saturday..:!. 9.00 a.m t
..,, '-. C. P. GOODYEAR. Lv. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m From.Sti:!Mary's and King's Ferry,> ,.,

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9 :,THE FLORIDA MIRROR. As the coming Christmas falls on our pub- JIAK1XE. : ', : ij

!1 ication day.(Friday)the Mirror will appearone -
Port..ofFernandlria."HIGH .
r "fi.OOA YEAR; 1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS day earlier next week, to give allan opportunity WATER. '

t of enjoying the holiday. Saturday, Dec. 19............ 5:42 A.M. 6:08: p. M. '
cb Reflections. Major W.B. C. Duryee cleared last week Sunday, 20._........ 6:37" 7:02, "
: Monday, -." 21.. _......._ 7:32 7:54 .!,
n '4 the schooner Antic Lanydon with 240,000 Tuesday v'4 22............ 8:26 8:46 U .
', The Egmont opens on Christmas day.Dr. feet of select pine lumber for the Manhattan Wednesday;4I c. 23?..........9:19 44" 9:37 u, $EASONIBLE. GO'OD1We
a f Thursday, 2410:06 10:28"
W. E. Snyder has been in Callahan Elevated Railroad Company. Friday, ". 25............1052 11:19ENTERED. .
during the week. I
City :Tax Collector C. J. Westberg has
Mrs. George R. Fairbanks and family ar- Steam-packet Thdsl Copper Dllwood.from Bruns-
made his final report of collections for 188.4.The wick, Georgia daily.
y x w rived'from' Sewanee, Tenn., last evening: total 'amount of uncollected taxes is Dec.13-Steamship State of Texas,Williams,from .' '
New York freight and .
; passengers ,
Mr.Edward Cunningham,Superintendent $57.17, vhichJs a"remarkable good showing, R. W. Southwick, agent. ;
!1 of the Staten Island Railroad, is in the city. as well .for the citizens in meeting their' Dec. Steamship Carondelet, John Risk,from

A great many new railroad men, conductors '- share of the common public expenses, as for New R. W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers, to have. as' usual: a large variety of
Collector Westberg's attention to his Dec.Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel, from ,
here within prompt
etc., have arrived
engineers,
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Charleston to W. O.
} : Jeffreys, agent. articles suitable for the Holiday season
official duties. 44 City.-of Monticello, ,
< the past two weeks. 13-Steamship McKee, I
w from Palatka; freight and I I
J4' 1 Music Stands, Corner Stands, Fancy Ta- :Mr. E. G. Brown, of New York, is in the to W. 0.Jeffreys agent. passengers and enumerate below ,a few of the goods
bles, at Hoyt& Co's. city. Mr. Brown, who is a contractor: for Dec.Steamship City of Monticello. McKee,
from Charleston; freight and passengers
ky t Miglionico's excellent Italian orchestra building railroads and docks, is largely interested to W. O.Jeffreys. agent. that are specially desirable. for presents.Of
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1 in Florida. He owns the Waterman Dec. Steamship City of Palatka.-Vogel, from.
has been engaged to furnish_ music for the Palatka; freight and .passengers to
Grant in this covnty-20,000 acresandsome W. O.Jeffreys, agent.
small of
New Year's eve carnival at the rink. 130,000 acres on the Apalachicola river. Dec.. 8.-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from course only a portion what
'e- old friend Colonel W. F. V. Scott Savannah; freight and passengers, to
; 4 Our Major W. B. C. Duryee has shipped over the Key Line (F. R. &N. Co.) we have can be mentioned in an adver-
has gone to Tampa, where he has taken the 44 15-British Brig Henry Bolduc, Rosaria: in
1 H 30,000,000 feet of lumber to him in the past ballast.to C. H. Huot. _
contract to erect several brick stores.A ten vears. 44 15-British brigantine St. Francois, Gagnbn, tisement. We invite an inspection
meeting of the fire companies will be 4 'St.John, N. FJibala.st.to C. H. Huot. of

held,on Thursday evening next, for the pur- Christmas Services. Buenos- brigantine: our stock, which will be 'found, to in-
pose of adopting a constitution and by-laws. Christmas services will be held in St. Peter's Campania; ballast,to J. C. Read. .

John Miles, the keeper of the North Range Episcopal Church at 10:30 a.m., stand- 44 Schooner; ballast C. B.,Payne to master., Hillyard, Charleston include articles for everybody.Our .

P;; ,'' Beacon, whose leg was recently amputatedby ard time. CLEARED.

l ., ,1fR' Drs. Palmer and Scoville, is fast improvs. At the Catholic Church the services will Steam-packet Thos.Collyer Dilwood, for Bruns- line of Children's Chairs, Rockers
begin with the midnight mass on Christmas wick,Georgia, daily. '
ing. Dec. Steamship State of Texas, Williams, for
The frame for the new Island City Hall, eve. On Christmas day the usual services New York; freight and passengers, by and high, is very complete. You can
will be held, Rev. Father Kilcoyne offici- R. W. Southwick, agent.
belonging to the colored Masons, is going Dec.15-Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for
r up on Fourth street,between Ash and Beech ating.In New York; freight and passengers, by find something that will please the lit-
both these churches the singing will be R. W. Southwick, agent.
streets. Dec. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for
very fine. The Misses Upham, Miss Annie Palatka; freight and passengers, by tle ones there. These, goods are very
far Those pretty Carpet: Rockers at Hoyt & W. O. Jeffreys,Agent.
1 J'c t Tucker, Major W. B. C. Duryee and Mr. H. 44
i w Co's make elegant presents. B. Aiken will render, the anthem in St. Pe- Steamship for Charleston City ;of freight Monticello and passengers, McKee, cheap, and at the same time durable.We .

't The table delicacies advertised by Messrs. ter's Church.At by W. O.Jeffreys, agent.
Dec. Steamship City of Palatka Vogel. for
: : a Whitner&Schuyler elsswhere,are displayed the, Catholic Church Millard's Mass,on Charleston:freight and passengers, by have some very pretty rockers of

j i in a most tempting manner in their show Christmas eve, will be sung by a strong 44 16-Steamship W. O.Jeffreys City Monticello, agent. ,McKee,for '
{ s''hirA; window. choir, consisting of Miss Fannie Johnston, Palatka; freight and passengers, by the same goods for older people.
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W. O. Jeffreys.9Steampacket
The first of the new locomotives ordered ,Miss M. Mayo, Miss N. Hernandez and Mrs.T. 14 St. Nicholas, Usina for
f,I +K by Receiver Duval left Paterson, N. J., on A. Ascosta, soprani; Mrs. J. J. Acosta, Savannah; freight and passengers, by For a lady, one of our Patent Carpet
the Key Line (F. R. N. Co.)
it t Friday of last week. Two more were to follow alto; Mr.Charles H.Berg;tenor,and Mr. H. 44 16-Schooner Gertie M.Rickerson,Anderson,
s on Wednesday. 'B. Aiken, basso. Major Duryee will sing Caiebraien Cook'&Co.VESSELS.,.Cuba; ballast, to Payne,' Rockers is a beautiful present. Thesefoods

' .:; ':.3Z The schooner E.A. Gaskitt is now unloading ''Thy'Light is Come," by Holden, at the IN PORT. are cheaper than ever before..

543 tons of steel rails at the New York offertory.The Norwegian bark Livingston, Bowitz, Buenos
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u steamship dock for the Florida Railway & children of the Presbyterian Sabbath Ayres.British brig Henry,Bolduc, Rozario. We, of ,course have a full line of Cane
Company. school will have a service of Scripture and British brigantine Aeretas, Bodewis,Campania. ,
Navigation
Song, The Prince of Peace," at the churchon British brigantine St.Francois,Gagnon,St.John,
, Two the Florida N. F. and Perforated Seat Chairs together
by
engines purchased ,
Tuesday evening, December 29th. This Schooner C.'B.Payne, Hillyard, Charleston.
Railway & Navigation Company from the Schooner Lizzie S. Haynes, Sawyer, New York.
service will consist of recitations, responsive Schooner J. B. Holden Scott, with
Philadelphia. Revolving Spring Chairs. Other
Mobile & Ohio Railroad arrived here last
readings and singing, after which the usual Schooner Sallie Ion West, Belfast, Maine.
week and in service. Schooner Mary F. Carson Robinson, New York.
are
yearly distribution of presents will take Schooner Ruth Darling,Cnipman,Philadelphia. articles in the Furniture Departmentthat
As will be seen from the proceedings of place. Schooner Anna Bishop, Rulan, New York.
Schooner J. H. Ri .S. C.
r,yam;r a r4r the City Council elsewhere, they have authorized Schooner E. A.May Gaskill,Wilson, Philadelphia. may be mentioned are Whatnots
a levy of thirteen mills upon the Before you buy present for your wife, ,

r.-r f x city property for the year 1885. mother, sister or daughter, call at Hoyt & Masonic. Centre Tables Extension Tables Flower
furniture and those Ta- ,
store
Cheap, useful and durable-presents se- Co's see pretty Amelia Lodgei;NoV47, Free and Accepted

a lected from the furniture stock: of Fred W. bles, Chairs,,Rockers, Lounges, etc. Masons meets on.-Monday evening next in Stands, Hat Racks and ,Bureaus. Those

w Hoyt & Co. regular communication 'for the election of
M ,KINDS OF JOB PRINTING EXE-
AM I The office formerly occupied by Mr. John ALL in the highest style of the art, at officers for the'yeafr 1886. All Masons in Beautiful Baskets that are displayed at ,
WITSW the MIRROR Steam ,Printing House. good standing are requested to attend.
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+ Hedges, cashier of the Florida Railway &
our Furniture Store make elegant
Ne t %$& Navigation Company, is being fitted up for .presents ,

? + ,i t the telegraph office connected with the rail- ., J_} and the same can be said of ,the

it'4i l1tJ road. .

#''I 1 r'T; The shipping at this port has been very Crockery, Glassware, Mirrors, etc. We

lf .it A brisk the past week. During this time three

:''i i rj! schooners,two brigantines,one brig and one A ':..- 'I would call particular attention to our

;:lf! i.y !: bark entered, in addition to the regular fleet ,W' W

1 l,.. 'a'- % rij;i6 of steamers. I rc large 'assortment of Table and Pocket


91'J t"- .,":. cases Every of steamer those reliable brings custom-made from tive to fifteen shoes CHRISTMAS GR CERIIS L Cutlery, Lamps, etc., etc. (at our Second

. t.t' ;xr; for J. H. Prescott. His present stock enables -
Street Store.
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11' : '" WE HAVE ADDED TO OUR ASSORTMENT.AND; ARE NOW In the line of seasonable delicacies, we
t : Ponce de Leon Council, American Legionof

;: Honor, meets at the hall of the order, on OFFERING A LARGE VARIETY,.,.I.OF... have added largely our stock. Nuts,

.1 k' Iv'i'9 r,,, Third street, on Wednesday evening next, '

r 4'p( '- t?;C1 instead of Friday. The annual election of FANCY GROCERIESAND : Jellies, Preserves, Dried Fruits, and an
M officers will take place at this meeting.

; 'i l f: Santa Claus has left special instructions elaborate display of Confectionery, are

, t1 with Emil 0. Friend to have a nice variety

'i"ij, j i!i''I'! of cake on hand for Christmas. He says 7 .g TABLE DELICACIES 3* mentionable. We keep in large: varietyall

': .''''' the children must have fruit, pound,jelly,

'hjf sponge, Duchess, and a large assortment of the staple Groceries, such as Ferris'
IMPORTED VEGETABLES IN GLASS
ri. i .' small cake, with nuts, candy, raisins, fruit ,
Ir t s f! etc. Emil'will be ready for the rush. DOMESTIC VEGETABLES IN GLASS, Hams and Boneless Bacon; very finest

l t k Paymaster W. N. Thompson, of the Florida IMPORTED FRUITS IN GLASS, Creamery Butter and Cheese; fresh Pork

., k !: .i Railway & Navigation Company,' arrived DOMESTIC FRUITS IN GLASS, .

{] : ;! here on Wednesday evening last with IMPORTED SOUPS IN GLASS, Sausages ; Fulton ,Market Corned Beef;
]}r\. the pay-car, and on Thursday, up to 12 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC -

:iffi J clock, midnight, was ,busily engaged pay- PRESERVES AND SAUCES ,Extra, Pine Mackerel ; Breakfast delica-

; .ftj ing off the employes of the road for November .

1 and two: months back pay. The sum he OLIVES AND OLIVE OIL, cies, such as .Buckwheat bulk and in
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r f', 'I t1 brought with him aggregated nearly$50,000. SAUCES, CATSUPS, PICKLES,' *.'. "

. "t The steamship State of Texas, which was IMPORTEDCCHEESE," packages, 'Oat Flakes, Oat Wafers and

iS New York for two in order
delayed at days
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a e Wheaten Grits Florida and
t, {; to bring out the Scotch colony,left that port CURRANTS, RAISINS, CITRON, ; new Syrup
l at 12:20.p. m. on Thursday, December 10th,
.4 J t CHOICE TABLE NUTS AND RAISINS, Golden Drips ; Canned Goods of every
r 1; and arrived at Fernandina on Sunday morning -

" -R t' at o'clock-sixty-six_ hours and FINE FRENCH CONFECTIONERY.

,, f''" "l thirty minutes from port to port. This is A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE CAKES AND CRACKERS, description.In .

. f i K the best time yet on record made by the
IN NEW VARIETIES. a word everything for everybody.
! "i1i popular steamships of this line. ,
'J FRUIT BUTTERS, JAMS AND JELLIES,
's No little one's Christmas will be complete

!: "\f f without one of ,those pretty little Carpet, DRIED FRUITS AND MINCE ''MEAT.
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l : : ', Cane or Willow Rockers, at Hoyt&Co's. *
'-ALSO A FINE LINE OF-
,- i I If you want one, or half a dozen, gent's .
' 3 "Star" (perfect fitting) laundried shirts, STAPLE GROOERIES. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
k 's the E. and W. collars and cuffs, or gent's "
'\ scarfs in late fashionable shapes, silk handkerchiefs -
>, 'f or fancy hose, remember Prescott
has the fine goods. Call on him early. *
.JI 7* WHITNER & SCHUYEER _
,I kt The suits in the United States Court of I

IflH Kaneweiler against Messrs. Swann and :
NO. 47 CENTRE STREET, Furniture Store, Centre Street.
Kydd for the lots on Centre street'where

\ Kydd's store now stands, and the office of e >
zit Grocery Store and Office Second Street.
: Mr. Swann, was finally determined in that : ,
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