<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Florida mirror
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00294
 Material Information
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: January 9, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00294
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Nassau County star

Full Text
'''i,, '' '' ''" '''''''''''-'''''v-Tv" f 4.- -' '. -' ,- > '-< > ...s -
:! '' ': -i ,r"II
., ., ., ,- ... ... _" ._ --nn" <'#< .
<"" ". I.
".. -,T-J -"T TT.-.. ,-" -',--0.'..r .tT..+ '.' < .. .. ,';""1"-' pSPf.rY' ,;/ r- ;
'
OJ' Yf.p '51 ; {tt'f, > :x""i : : <:
: -??* i' :r '* :, ::;! "i"- : J

,
ty yy
_4 _'. ..J. ,_ ...' ,. ) ,. -.-
.. > J. .: :. -
'
).1.-- ._ "f .....,.,-:...,:-:"',\':;'y/;'.. \ '
'" i--- ;,
\'t It>ti-.V t ; ;. ,.:.- J....; ;.t, .

1 ".,....,"'......0"... .--. ..-.- ... ." .,..,' _.j '.- ...-...........,".;.;,;: '.\.:-.'-.:;>.:-;';',:,': ', ; ,.....
-
" '" "", '\T :t
< ; : ;
; T .
# '
. .
V- -- ;:.iil
-' f -4;' ;r.7i. :"
{'J :7. ::t ,, .; ., :.; ; .,
.' : ,. ; ; t
'
:' 'e' :' ort' "d t'r.tor ;:T'&i; ; :;i:
.... .1. .I "'';L''i.-. ', ':::::'
t \ '!' ', "-' '''
,
--:7 !-
,
,. .1. e' '-"GJ.
." ____" .. ..._ :' :. V .
..' "<' ; "" "' """;;'::1t.
r' .. -:
.
, c' "
'", .
-".' "I,".. -" .; .:,.J.%:
C' 1 "" > '. '''
; : -- -- ----.--- ---- -- .'_ :. .
fi -
._ .- ..- ,_ _--___ --r-. "'--,", :-- ;-- -- -- ---- -' -- ----- ---- ,;r------;. ------ -- ----- _*

VIII. : \ FERNANDINA,. l LA., >.If KIT),AY, JANUARY _9., 1886.. XO. 7.

VOL. -. :. ., .
,
,. ,..... '...., ... ( ." "1'"
--r -..- .' "' ,-F 1.-l -- -.-.-.-.-".-."-.-..._- .....-:--:;- 1"-). .

lil'i'h1tr1 .'' ,:":, .1-.f', ..1 Idnrr.ILiSTifi; +11LU' SUSK.PASSENGERS ; THE STILL OIIll1STJI.AS." R. Austin, stove and pipe:.....:.......... 8.25, J. c6 T. Kydd's Special Bargains. -.;
Of .11 t
T -
ITK31S ;
: : 1 '; J __ f. Countij Bridge 1 CH8egu'ud atH
: dark
.,' ; 1 : ; .' r 'Still Cli tnms" in olden time Prints:: cents per ,. ,
There was a Fred W. & Co. .:...... .. .
farmeci.; <.1ifEi i AND CRKW SWEPT FROM; Hoyt : supplies 4..iO yard.

CHESHIRE, MASS.,, .. arc. .. j{ TIlE T'CK-SIX OF THEM DROWN.FOIIT And the .bells were, hushed and the B. F. Rich, keeping bridge................ -5.00" 1 case best> Print at 5 cents per yard., :> ; !.
of their surplus apes at410 i it 'Minster chime ). Criminal Prosecution Selected t
poking | GAiNCS GA. Jan. 3.-Six styles at G cents per yard.: _
: ;
loud of old St. Paul'sVerestillel I
And the '
: ton, to be shipped to a, mince meat Ifactory I' mil s ahoFort Gaines, on the grand, tones W. S. Livingston, service as magistrate All wool scarlet' Knit Undershirt, at"G5. t

>Icsi ; river at 7 o'clock last \ in their glad ante cadence fall, ............................................... 1G.93. cents, worth $1. '. / ;t' 'i
Chattahooehee
;
in
a
l
'I' bend the For the King lay sick:, and J the' people said : Jurors and witnesses...... .................. 6.00 Brocaded Dress Good at 15 cents, worth -." t.

A )MASSACHUSETTS man has invented night, while roulidiiu a into, the "Keep silence! Ere nurii! he may be dead. W. L. Harding deputy sheriff..:.....,... 3.30::: 25 rents. ," _i ..'- ; ;%.

a machine which lie ,says will tie ]! steamer hank UD.which. Clu'pt'rr..1,! : owing* to the The King grew better, hut,.afterward.For -. Stephen Morris service as constable Job lot all Linen Towels half\price. from : :

knot hitherto 'l regarded by |I I rocky unable good long time, no bells were heard ; ............ .................. .................. 1.00 10 cents up. I ILadies' ,
dense darkness the pilot was
a square :: Xo organs; pealed ;' no Christmas! cheer
Charles! constable... Jerseys at 50
service 2.00 cents.
M'Rory. : t
inventors as beyond the: power ofmachinery. to sec. The l.Olt't'a: :; so; badly damaged Was kept with the shadow of death so near; '. ,
Pauper Account- 100 pair Pants from $1. 0 to'$1.00 beio.vregualr

i ; that she sank almost instantly.A and. Yet when the'shadow! was gone, and ,time For supplier and allowances..........;... 54.1X3 price.: i : # _t" \
1 strong current was running, Made free the English bell to chime
thai the editor of tai R. M HenderMin, coffin fur pmper... (6.50 New stuck:: of Overcoats. jusKreeeiv&l t
It is reported and I .
: I' the. panic-stricken:: passengers: King Charles, on England's\ throne. restored, I In: the matter of the building 91'a bridgeover from $3 up. -- t
edition of 1 rdiastcr'o' liigtioriary, : from the deck into Made the"bfrthdavof the Lord tl
new J..qre-Tf; were swept merry ; BraifJy Branch in District No. 11. it i is J. & T: KYPD.. -'

President Porter of Yale; !his decided |t Ho! ".''1t'r. Luckily the deck was But in the long time tho Pilgrims; dwelt ordered that the road commissioners of said l lli'tf f.'oorfs. i I !

filled with bales of cotton and other On the Plymouth! : .hire they prayed
: .j su' ,
to admit "lJu1Jdozin6"hoycott; district be notified that the board being! un- Remember the doxing: : out stli'! -inDry": t
of nature which the and knelt : .' *
dude into its ,.'elllets but is cargo a buoyant certain as to the experience of going to an Goods etc., at ..!
and 1r{ '
could Christmas
in the water the still because
: Fusees'
They kept
,% '" : people struggling: ; expense of$230( for such bridge, suggest thatif _PAUL .'., $ t,
hesitating about mugwump.; i iCALironxrA cling to. They had not been in the they: thought. ;' jAIL '-
a majorty of the taxpayers of said district Wool r--F
hour when the steamer Exiles and Pilgrims as they were, ought.There I '- .
water :an Scarlet Flannel :Shirts 80
: cents. .'
has been having a r by petition favour the, expenditure of .
jV the sum, to be dt'll1ctelfrom the total I I
it will ____ __
markablc rainy season, though i hove insight :
; behind the Chqiley, never was Christmas: whate'er we will, amount of road tax which would accrue to l '

lot compare with that of 1819.) In i anal began picking up the peo- Without a household sad and "still ;; District No. 11. (and which would no doubt Handsome I'resentt, '. t
I presents given to z
: av.-uy parties.buying !
Xon mheroYerele'.en inch .of water, ple floating among the drifting And whilb bells were ringing without as in absorb the entire amount) this board will $10 or more at ..

fell half the total rainfall for the'wet wreckage. Six lives had been lost, There were 'hearts sore stricken'" amid the then take the necessary action. P\UL Ft XKE'S. ,

however, before the Naiad appearedon din,
in California lasts six
season, which :: the s'cene.rrllC victims, whose They kept a "still Christmas, ," as best and Railroad Orders." Valuable Orange Lands for Sale t

months.:; names have not yet been reported, I meet.; J' ,' The management; of the Florida Railwayand i Tracts containing twenty acres each of tl
I For an angel had stolen wjtlsilent feet choice high hammock land on Orange Lake ;
two white male a Navigation Company have promulgated
were passengers,
Ice MEN along the Kennebcc and suitable for orange growing and truck farming -
negro child, and three negro deck Into the household to call away the following circular to th .cmploy s of the are now offered for sale. These landsare : t l t

Penobscot rivers 'are pre]>aring. to ]hands. Fifty (of the three hundred Somebody wanted on Christmas! day. road : very conveniently situated for transportation 1

gather this winter's crop. If all the bales of cotton aboard the sunken May he he said as he took his wing, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., January 1, 1886. by water or rail and will be sold: on

be filled been recovered from the I will bid sweeter bells to chime and ring To all employes and others to whom it may terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques \
Maine houses now empty craft have I tionable. Also valuable timber lands in .
it is said the crop will be the'largestever river at this point. Captain Spartas I From the 'Minster that shelters the guest I The concern necessity: heretofore existing for em- large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS .\

says his vessel will prove a total loss. bear ploy 's making drafts and orders on the paymaster February 16. 1882. Fernandina, Fia. ;
gathered in that section, footingup Through the silent pathways of the air; against their wages, or otherwise disposing -

far Above 1,000,000 tons. Mrs. Urundy Says. And though a 'still Christmas' through of their time having been removedby Cash Buyers ;t '
the regular prompt monthly payment of Will find it to their interest:! to buy their r
That rents in Jacksonville are advancing, mortal
years wages due, notice is hereby given to all Clothing, Dress Goods Flannels, White f.
As STATED in the Provinzial-Sclwl- the demand jo great from former Fernan- Some house may keep in the vale of tears, whom it may concern, that on and after Goods, Woolens, Notions, Shawls, Hosiery,

coUsgium, the maximum of daily dinians. The 'Minster halls where 'my guest I bore February 1st, no order or draft made by the Domestics at

That groceryman Meddaugh also feels like Shall ring with the welcome to shelter employes against their pay will be acceptedor W. J. LOHMAN'S.His .
in Prussia
considered
work to
school
Jerusalem and recognized by the paymaster. And em- prices! are positively below those of 1 .
be compatible with health is fixed at going over to the growing more. ploy+ s are hereby forbidden to make such competition. f
up with the town. drafts or orders under penalty of dismissal
from seven hours a day for childrenof That the selection of the Everett block City Council., from the service of the receiver. Winter Clothing.

11J years, up to nine hours for for the offices of the Florida Railway & Navigation A regular meeting of the City Council was Merchants and others who have hereto- Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at
fore been in the habit of negotiating for or PAUL FUNKE'S.Dissolution .
and The stand- Company will result in all hands held Wednesday evening.! Present: -G. F. such orders drafts from
those of 16! upward. ; receiving: or employee -
being fired out before next August, instead Avery, President; Aldermen :Stark, Austin, will please note this circular and of Partnership.

ard is thought too high by very many of being -frozen out" as was feared; Dorsey, Wilkinson, Walter, and McDonald., govern themselves accordingly. The partnership heretofore existing be-

German teachers and doctors, and That it is too bad that those staid deacons Minutes of previous meeting were.. read D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Sup't.Approved. tween J. A. Ryder and J. W. Nunn. under

Dr. Roth states that 64 per cent. of and good church' (:mber receive an ante- and approved. '', H. R. DUVAL Receiver. the firm name of J. A. Ryder & Co.. has .

those who should work'afteif'rallitatou -* :m rt 11! 1 ifJ"1i'tr: ::to 1ty.:by. 'The petit 3nfnf: ;St*,,ticn: ; ;itys' ,.to.huh1-a; >.t..... .... ..-.:.;;'4..! _---.. .tduC been>tlif dissolved>>fiushou. by lds mutual-i ?consent.id .tpJ.taA All n''je.r.bills* .': a -J 1
in such "sheol" those small house:on the river front, for the purpose them ,
are much below the normal confinement a as The party that took my sail and oars from who alone is authorized to receipt for .c. I
headquarters will be next summer. of opening oysters., was'referred to and who will settle all liabilities. 'i : :
Broome street will please return them thatI RYnir..t
standard of health. The standardin That we begin to realize what it is to be a Committee on Streets. J. A
may put them away again. Fernandina, Fla., December 5th! 18S5. '.
Denmark is still higher, and a 'railroad town" 'that if we don't now, vie The bill of C. J. Westberg. for commissionon II. W. KING. -. \. I

recent Government investigationfinds will when we begin; to be '"railroaded" out collections, amounting to $16.50, was re- An Ordinance f .

of town. ferred to Finance Committee.Bill tAl f
that 29 per cent. of the boys For Sale. For Fixing the Hate of Jssefsuient for Taxn- 1!
That we still have the Beach Road left- of John Stays Assessor, for $50, was
and 41 cent. of the 50 TONS COTTONSEED COMPOST. Lion for the Year 1SSJ. l
per girls arc yes, it was left four months ago. also referred to Finance Committee.The .

"sickly" from confinement and That good tinny: purchasers; of tickets following bills were ordered paid : Single ton ............... ........................$10.00 IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY '!, I'

mental strain. got left about the same time. Stephen Wright, special police........ $ 2.25 Two tons, or more.......................n.. 9.00 BE of Fernundina, That, for the r "

if there is Elias Lottery special police............. 5.00 H. H. LINVILLE, Agent. purpose\ : of meeting the current expenses of +,
That she want to know any said city and the past due i ulel>tedncis
Chas. McRori special police............ 9.00 ;
Toil Xovos Yrcmyn- gives the following "rebate" on these tickets. 11. L. Denefield Marshal, for December thereof, for the year 185; ; uiso.! for the pur- .

of the territorial That. it looks as if the road itself had the .. ....................... ..... ............... 35.00 List of Letters poe: of establishing \VatrWnrksat'l: Fire'
summary Newton for December 25.00 Remaining in the Post.Office: at Fernan- : I'rotfi-tinii there be r.u-t-d by levy upon the '
Bradley police
loss- s of Turkey during the last two same "time limit" that tlo-e: tickets had. i real and personal pmperv:: of tu! city, asa
Stephen :\ police for December: 25.00 dina, Nassau. county, Florida, January
,That if any of our lumbermen are cutting Geo. E. Wolff, Clerk, for Decemb'er... 25.00 "'sesse'l. tax of thirteen (n l'->) Jnlull: thedollar
for these letters
centuries; : Since the capture of Con- 9th. 18S6. Persons calling as !follows : For current expenses,
a million feet of lumber for a thousandroom Samuel Lofthou.se. day scavenger, for
stantinople in 1453 they had gradu- hotel Amelia Beach not November................................... 20.00 mus* say advertised : nine O(! ) milts : for past chn Iw)' d-,''>-at' (1).
on they are Samuel LofthouM- John A King, Louisa mill, md t fur water supply and tire protection .
lighting: street Barry,
ally seized the whole of the Balkan saying; anything about it. lamps for December..............:...... 20.00on.tl Caldwell, Elizia Love, James three (J; ) n.ills.
Peninsula the That. when J St. Mary' gets her railroad Cox. Amy Mandivelie, .r R First reading. December Ifith..
excepting Montenegro [ that night scavenger work be
s.tem' per- Davis, T Montgomery, Ira R Second: read]in'2, December Ifith.
Peloponnesus, the northern shore of : anti telegraph : we will have ome-: formed as usual from the'' 10th January Elliott, Ch Nelson Rebecca Third reading,and passed. December 16th.
whei'i 'cse to tu t<> than Jacksonville. We :\1.. G. F. AVEKV.President '
for and from the Stewart
10th of March
the one month Falany, Mary ryGaiH's'
Black Sea and of the Sea of
of Council.
tired of Jacksonville.That R
are getting for one month. Wash Woodbary.
Azov. W II Moses Attest : Gco. E. WOLFF.City .
In 1711 the Ottoman empire Groscupp Wiggins : I
our liverymen are preparing for a The attention of the Street Committeewas Hardee, Millie Wilkerson, Florence I Clerk.

possessed more territory in Europe brisk: seu>on. Courier is out with a gorge- called to the foul condition of drainage Harris, Gus Washington, Thos Approved : W. II. TOPE.janl .
.
than any other power except Russia, ous ''transfer"! wagon.; on shell rod, at City Park.Assf Higgins, Bias White April 4w --Mayor.In -

That among the latest things out is the :-:"or Stays having completed the roll Jackson Sharp Waitay JohnS.
her possessions extending westwardto T. RIDDELL, P. M. the Circuit Court,
miutitich of our friend who recently- for 18S5 and it Council the
young presented: : to FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
.
the Adriatic and the Danube and HELD FOR POSTAGE.E
atlained-his-majority ; ask him to let you same was upon motion, referred to Finance COUNTY FLORIDA.
& New York N Peterson ,
J Denning Co ; -
eastward to the Dneister, the Dnie- see it.That. Committee for inspection. Norway ; Delia Wilson, DeLand ; Dr -

per, the Don and the Kubon. Thus the roof of Maj. Duryee's! new house : Council adjourned.GEO. Harter, St'Louis; Ch Akins Orange City; GEORGE ,\ BAEE '

Bessarabia looks like a crazy quilt. E. WOLFF City Clerk. Dan Johnson Tallahassee. | /n c''h'V8. an.cery. ;
the Crimea, and other I Order, Divorce.
That the Junior Mode Brother brought MARY ANN BAER.JIt I

Mongolian regions were under the back a wild turkey from a late expeditionup The Countg Commissioners.The Special Bargains in Youths' and appearing from the affidavit of GeorgeH.

dominion of the Turks, whose pos- the road-!says he shot it! regular monthly meeting of the Boardof Boys' Clothing.Just Baer, the complainant in the above suit.
received by J. & T. Kydd. Our buyer that defendant, Mary Ann Baer, is absent
sessions on the Continent of Europe That Capt. King says he believes in elec- County Commissioners was held at the :Mr. J. Kvdd has bought a fine line of these from said State, and resides in the Districtof

covered of tric belts-bought one, |Iput it in his County Clerk's office on Wednesdy last, the 'goods below regular prices, and we intend to Colnmbia-

an area 15,454 square trunk, and has hot had an attack. of rheumatism following commissioners being present : give our-.customers the benefit of it. Call :Now, therefore, it is ordered that said de-

miles. But from this period the decadence I since. I Charles W. Lewis, -president; and Messrs., and see them. J. & T. KYDD. fendant, Mary Ann Baer. appear said and bill
answer or demur to complainant's
of Turkey commenced, and That she wishes you all a felictious begin- Phineas Johnson, J. J. Upchurch and J. T. Agenis wanted all over the South to sell of complaint, Bled) in said Court in the s'

with the exception of her temporary ning to another annual cycle. Higginbotham.The Anderson's Plant Protectors, insect, frost county of Nassau, on or before the first
That this is the month of good resolutions following'bill were ordered paid: and waterproof. Special territory and liberal Monday in February, being the first day of r
success against Austria in 1739, she commission. For information address said month 1866, and that this order be ,
went -when the young lady resolves to keepa General Expense Account- GEO.' ANDERSON,60 Fulton st.,New York. published in the Florida Mirror a newspa-
on losing territory to such an John Owens service school superintendent of Fernandina.
diary and the young man resolves to keep as- per published in said city
extent that upon the eve of the war sober. from May 1st., to Dec.31.1885...$333.33W. Wanted. county of Nassau, for four consecutive

with Russia she had only 9,450 That the diary reads like, this for several F. Scott commissions on collec- Smart white girl for store-room work at wt'eks.Witness Hon. James M. Baker, Judge of

square miles of territory of which weeks, interspersed with notes on the ions....................................... 100.00 the Egmont Hotel. Apply to the Steward. said Court and the seal thereof, this 31st

weather-"Theophylus called this evening Fred W. Hoyt & Co., hardware for day of December, A. D. 1885.

-j94S miles were governed by Princes, time". clerk's office........................... 3.25 Gents Furnishing Goods, JOHN A. EDWARDS
splendid Court Nassau Co. Fla.
Clerk Circuit ,
who merely owed her suzerainty.The That this occurs about twice a week for a Pluramer Edwards, fuel for clerk's At great bargains, at Fernandina Fla., January 2, 1886.

Berlin treaty deprived her of4o5S while, then comes a change -"Theophylas office..................................... 8.10J. t PAUL- FTOKE'S.Shoes .

miles, so that from 1700 to didn't come tonight wonder why?" T. Higginbotbamserviceas.com-; i' ". Shoes! Notice. CONCERN

1S That the calendar of the year is a blank so missioner..............__............... 36.09J. stock of Gent's La- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY :
< 8 the Ottoman Empire lost in Again arrived a new Notice is hereby given that I have been
: far as Hint diary is concerned and the sequel A.Edwards, salary auditor for... '\. Iisses' and Children's Shoes. Theyare appointed Administrator of all and singularthe

Europe 10,666 square miles, out of follows. December................................ 25.00 of the finest quality and neatly made.If goods, chattels, rights and credits of
which one can undersell me I want to knowit JOHN C. SNOWBALL, deceased. and all
8,902 RusSia M. A. Williams rent for December 18.00 any
were conquered by That Theophyln's good resolutions lasted
as I haven't heard of a single instance up creditors of said estate legatees, and persons v
who has annexed 4,816 square I just two weeks and that his love for Bach- Phineas Johnson, service as commissioner I to date. W. J. Lou z.\s. entitled to distribution are notified to present -

Nilcs. After the of over came his affection for Eliza and ...............................: 6.40' their claims and demands, duly attested -

war 1877-8 he filled up" for 86. J. J. Upchurch. service as 'commissioner Blankets and House FurnishingGoods within two year from this date, and

Russia annexed 468 square miles in The doctors are chuckling over the cases ...................................._. 7.40 at New York prices, at that ited within the same said will period be aforesaid.C. barred unless. exhib-

Asia Minor and 167 in Europe, while pneumonia a which they expect from the, Jail AccountJ. PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. A. SNOWBALL

Austria annexed 1,073 (Bosnia and audience who nightly.stand around in the A. Ellermann, keeping jail for Administrator estate of John C. Snowball.

chilly air listening to the "chestnuts" and December................. ............:.... 116.00 Boys' Clothing. deceased.
Herzegovina) and England 174 Hart's Road, Fla., December 29th 1835.
Cyprus waiting to purchase a dollars worth of Mode Bros. blankets and mattressesfor $1.50 up to $8.00 per suit. dec29 6w .,

). lightning. jail..................... .................... 13.20 W. J.' LOHMAS. .




i



.-


'A'jyyhliflFlY.'';0.' '.+.:'1 ,.{Y'..ffI.. Y ;t. y'Y+.;. ,ii.At' ,....+' '.. .:o-k..."" '>.,,,,' 5->.':' ....'"...... -' ; ,. -- .. .. : ",. ----._,-' -._ ,_ -'" ,..,..!!!! .



.- ,.' .- (- -" "': ,' '. ._ ;: ":.: ... -- :.; < '.!!"":': ". .' >., ". ,r L .. ,r''r' ..- ' j4'r '; 'S-- "' ; <" : ; !: : '> tI'f\ 7 ,; t. : \ :' : ,
\ : g.t2:; <::.!0 ;(oJ R, ,, ,: ': :

,
,
'r '
r'A' ,f n
., ;' '! .THE FLORIDA -MIRROR : 'JANUARY 9. 1886.
y
{ ,
.i ,
"W '\} "''tf'il -
b r-. XEir-YEARTS NIGHT 'j gently, "and" Mally: and, I have been i I a wond'erfully clear, true voice, the I.I. \V.a. nigh desperate; he coul.dn'.t tear r dozen men and fOUl wagons. 'You'll
f drew old :Mall himself from his and if take of Miss Kathleen '
trying to make you better -' sound"of which always y away cousin, care Paul! the
dt ,, :, ; When XVw-Year's night is over and'the "u It is very good of you,to take so from the kitchen. I was accustomed I he married her there was little but poor boy wistfully when bidding me
.; '1 t: r ttr; Is looking caller all for forlorn liis house-stoop, at an hour much trouble with a foolish old wo- on those occasions to.sing The Wearing starvation before them. 'Twas mighty good-by! 'and should anything"happen ,
ar; I' ;" lung past morn. man, my dear," she replied ina weak o' the Green to a piano accom- hard on the young creatures, but the to me you'11 never desert her,will
'.: F 4tij. He searches for his! night-key; in the pockets voice ; and the ghost of a smile flitted paniment; and when ,Mal y's national darker things looked the closer they you, Mally?' 'Can you doubt it?' said
t" f?"-ff i of his vest, stirred to another and however I. 'But what should
enthusiasm
11J, t, And wondering where he left it, sits down over her pallid face. was sufficiently by clung one happen to one
tt : Jf f to take a rest. "Ould and foolish !" indignantly its irresistible passion and pathos to< despondent he might be, the masther as IS prayed for by a pure saint like
.. Q :IiJ unlocks repeated Mally, furtively drying her dash into a jig, thereby settingthe old had always a smile for ':Miss Kathleen, my young lady?' 'What, indeed,
t1 1' +t i'I': yt In the the morning big i front when door the, servant eyes on her apron, and turning a woman capering like a true daughter while she, God bless her, loved the muttered he ; and then he wrung, my
,i.l.tt<5'I She sees the young man sleeping and hears beaming face toward her mistress. of Erin. '*, very ground he walked on. I had hand, and hurried off to take hi laSt
j.tt'j: .tf. his every snore. "Sure, it's joking you are, Miss: Kath- Mally: invariably apologized to her nursed them both, so it was quite kiss from the sweet lips he loved Swell
+ is of the fun he had the first
:l k tr ; ;I He night dreaming of the year, leen. And what would Masther Shane mistress for "shaking her foot," as she< natural they should confide in ould little thinking 'twas the very..
l1. r And wishes he was hack again to have more say did he hear you miscalling his termed the antics she indulged inthen ; Mally. last on this side the grave.
t.."j .':-1rJI;; wine or beer. .,sweet Kerry rose?" bestowing an admiring glance on "Och, but it was a black day when "So we were left alone, the two
"!;.ttf{t"! Midday when lie awakens he feels his aching The old Irish woman's words had a me, usually added insinuatingly : Masther Shane made up his mind to. young ladies and myself, in the little
' : ; \ head A << hadn't seek his fortune in Australia. 'Twas cabin in Melbourne. :Miss
,1Jrr:: ; wonderful effect on the invalid. Sure, Miss, nobody as a dropof Kathleen
*..."." -$?'\\oJ'". I : He moves the bed about the 1 pillow and rolls around faint pink flush suffused her cheeks, the real ould blood could lilt the young Edward Doyle put it into his kept her word, and didn't fret,though, '
f ;-a ;.u .J' He swears he'll' never drink again on that her eyes shone, so that for the moment tune as you do". head to emigrate. He was the second, many a time her heart was full. She
'!,,"ltl; j.'.I{',: or any night, she looked almost pretty. The change, "You think she has Kerry blood in son of Squire 'Doyle, of Killibog Cas- just went quietly about the house
I.?"-t.s.a' ,. I And keeps tight.I It his. resolution-until he next however, was but fleeting. The color her veins, Mally :Miss Moonshee tle, and having a bit of money, he thinking of her cousin and nought els e',
\; '"I" gets -New York Tribune. quickly faded, her eyes resumed their would say with a smile. thought would make it more by sheep- 'T vould have been a dull, time but for
.,,..iol '.. --- usual expression, and murmuring "Sorra a doubt of it; and if Masthei farming in Victoria. Miss Ellen, his Miss Ellen Doyle. She was the one
1. ;' ,"}, LITTLE MISS MOOSIIEE.ft something to the effect that one is Shane heard her play The Rocky sister, the toast of the county, and a: to be always singing, joking or laughing -
; .1 always fair to those, who love one, she Roads ,to Dublin,', he'd say the same." great friend of Miss Kathleen's, was and the days sped rapidly until
! : '. Picture to yourself 11. neat little figure I.f closed her eyes, as if 'to shut out some The little lady's face always red- wild to go with him, and the long and the ninth after the young gentlemen
;. : habIt.ed in a rustling brown silk disagreeable recollection. Presentlyshe ,dened at,the mention of the foregoingname short of it was, Masther Shane, Miss had set out on their journey. 'Twasa
rsf, + gown, point-lace cap and collar, and said, in a low entreating voice : and I noticed immediately Kathleen and the two young Doyles Friday night-I remember it well"for
,W. ;,..:f black mittens ; a small elderly lady *' Oh, Shane, darling, why do you afterward she became restless, making made up their minds to try their luck sorra a bit of fish could I get for
,; ,":;,,J"t_ with mild, wandering blue eyes and a linger? Old age is creeping on, and I frequent excursions to the window, together in the far-away land the dinner that day; and Miss: Ellen
t(--k t' :,: : tremulous mouth, whose uncertainglance am weary of waiting-oh, so weary !" from which she returned sighing "Sure, 'twas hard to leave Kerry, laughed when I came back emptv-
j' ::' .' and! shrinking manner spoke of And as she spoke the tears trickled heavily. I had long ago identified where I'd been born and reared ; but handed, and says sheV shan't
f"',' J,: .. some terrible shock sustained by the slowly down her thin cheeks.I Masther: Shane with the dear friend 'twould have been harder to bid good- dine to-day, Mally; we'll just wait till
.,.',0'1.? t :;i nervous system in days gone by. was glad when the entrance of the whose advent she anticipated. "Some by to my darlings ; so I up and saidI tea time.' And so they did. Passing
: :':/;t Such was :Miss Moonshee when I first maid with, the tea things roused her. old lover," I said to myself, knock would go with them if they would 9 o'clock, they would have me into the
,:t ,. ; :s, made her acquaintance. Desiring :Mally to place the tray on a ing about the world, but still confi- but take me. Of course we'll take parlor. 'For, :Mally,' says Miss Ellen,
t::Y", } = I was the daughter of a Melbourne: small table beside her, the little lady dently expected by the faithful heart you, Mally: ," said Masther Shane, in 'we want you to tell us one of your
i.f: :I : $ merchant, and born and brought up sat up, and insisted on pouring out a that believed vows long since for- his joking way. '\V e.re four giddy capital stories. Let it be about Kerry.'
<< II:::. in that city, but at the date of my cup of tea for me, apologizing, while gotten by the wanderer. Was this young creatures, and it's a quiet, innocent We were sitting round the table, our
:!7't.; ;. \ story ((1872)) we had removed to Richmond handing me the bread and butter, for how matters stood; or was the, much- body like yourself we need to knitting in our hands. I was betweenthe
?(: i 1.' : a suburb of the Victorian capital. what she called her rudeness. "I was talked-of friend a phantom of poor little keep us in order.' young ladies, and had just opened
rrs', :, ; I A strong, active girl of seven-, overcome with old.memories, my dear, :Miss Moonshee's weak brain f So it was settled ; and before three my mouth to say that the story I
(W'&lJm:,;;: ; : teen, I was daily In; the habit of walking so I hope you will excuse me." The I put the ,question rather abruptly months had elapsed, he had left ould ,meant to give them was called "the
I
{:O.(:,>,d j up to town to attend classes at a tea was strong, and under its stimu- to old :Mally one day when engaged in Ireland and sailed for Melbourne in a' Banshee of Gobkillin, when, withouta
1lit :;f school in street. During my walk lating influence my hostess became interviewing her parrot in the kitchen :: big emigrant ship. Ah, weary me bit of warning, my darling :Miss
i rti'i :'- to and from :Melbourne I was morethan quite talkative. She told me her "Who is, Mr.:Shane: ? And do you. but there was a sweethearting galore Kathleen gave a sudden start-The
';'> r, ;l. once struck by the appearance of name was Kathleen. :Moonshee ; that really expect him ?" aboard. All gentlemen were head stock whip !' she cried, 'I heard it "
ii. ,7. ; one of the cottages which I passed. It she was by birth a native of County The old Irish woman's face went as and ears in love with my young ladies. distinctly !l' Miss Kathleen trembled
t .;;, J;, 'was a neat little place, painted whl.te, Kerry, Ireland, but had been for more white as the table napkin she was But Miss Kathleen had no eyes save like an aspen leaf, and calling to mind 1
J ',:' t with green veranda posts. The windows than thirty years resident in Victoria. ironing. "What put it into your for her cousin ; and Miss Ellen flouted Masther Shane's words, my heart sank .
J : which faced the road were full of "But I have never quite liked the pretty head to ask ?" she inquired them all to their faces, all but a young within me. She lay back in her chair
r.1 ',; rare geraniums and ferns, and the colony, my dear," she said in her gen- coaxingly, but with a suspicious glance. English officer, who had a smile now without a sign of life, her fair young
'''''''' :trimly-kept garden-plot was planted tle way; "and Mally and I would Well, Mally, I have thought more and again from her just to keep up face convulsed with such a look of
.. with all manner of fragrant, old- have left it long ago but for H reason than once that, as the Scotch say, he his heart, she said. terror as I never saw before or since.
t fashioned flowers and herbs. It was of our own. There is a friend, a very is lang in comin'." "We took close on five months to "We got her into bed, and then
. m; ,:: the lady of the cottage, however, who, dear friend, who has promised to joinus : "You may well say 'long,' :Miss," make the voyage, and how pleased all Miss Ellen ran out for a doctor; and
fecTP even more than her pleasant surroundings some day soon, it may be to-day;" I returned old Mally tearfully. "Tisn't on board were when the anchor was chancing to meet :Mr. Webb, the surgeon -
1 : :*;lrlt interested me. When the sun and her eyes brightened. "<< I cannot in this world :Miss Kathleen 'will ever dropped in Hobson's Bay. :Melbournewas of the ship that carried us to
i :: : shone she was always to be seen, tell for certain, however. But when set eyes on him." a small place in the year we land- Melbourne, brought him back with
J&'* 'V&,<<' ..dressed in the fashion I have already he does come we shall all go home to- "You don't mean to say that he is ed, more like a village than the great her. He was both kind and skillful
.#,%7*K3v. ; described, seated under the veranda in gether to the cool, green Kerry dead !" I exclaimed.The city of to-day. But the young folks and did his best for my stricken dar
"+i A low chair busily engaged in netting. meadows and its. beautiful lakes. You old woman nodded mournfully ; were in high spirits, ready to make ling ; but he told us plump and plain
u.\" t:, .i--.. __Like Pen_ !ope'8'.web, her task seemed have heard, I daresay, of the lakes of then asketl ,in* 'whisper ifI were the best of everything, even the dirty that her case was a mortal bad om
iJ "i1 -- endless, and she seldom raised her Killarney ?" quite sure her mistress was asleep. inn they were forced to put up at the 'Twas brain fever she had ; ami for
J1} :t eyes from her work, which engrossed I admitted I had read of them, but Yes, I was quite sure ; she dozed off first night ashore. Next day the weeks she lay 'twixt life and death,
.:rf z all her attention. An old Irish woman begged her to describe them, which while I was playing one of my simple gentlemen hired a small four-room raving ever and always of her cousin ",
r "i.l"i i { who was continually hovering she did in a rather rambling fashion, lullabies, and when I stole from the cabin, into which we moved, and and the danger he was in.
:t f + .'-i- about, either weeding or watering the stopping frequently to inquire if she room had fallen into a profound where the young things were as happyas "The fever was at its height when
''tilt: r garden, appeared to be her only domestic were wearying me. At last the'clock slumber. the day was long. It had been arranged late one night young Edward Doyle
:ti: tt.J.: ; but I was soon to become warned me that it was getting late, "The<< saints send her dreams of that :Miss Kathleen's weddingwas knocked at the door. Ochone'' but
1?""," ?& better acquainted with both lady and and I rose to go. Masther Shan !I" piously ejaculated not to take place until Masther he had the bad news to tell. Masther
te.SI: servant. i "Am I to have the pleasure of see- Mally, who, like her mistress, belongedto Shane and young Doyle had built their Shane, the last and best of his race
:,,litlI,1,: I:, .l One hot January afternoon I wasplodding ing you again?" asked Miss: Moonshee the "ould religion ;" "for 'tis the house on the land allotted to them was dead, murthered by the blood-
,ef.i :;.J\.i'f': et' I slowly 1 I homeward, my mind as she took my proffered hand. Mally only comfort'she has, poor, darling." somewhere in the Western District, the thirsty blacks. It was on the ninth
,4. : J required by Herr H--:on the mor we should be delighted to see you if put in eagerly. ould Mally's charge during their ab that the savages set upon them, taking
; :r row. In my preoccupation I was in you care to come." "One<< of the ould O'Connells of sence. them at unawares as they sat round
' 1.1 the act of passing the white cottage "I shall be very pleased to come,'' course. Kings they were before the The night before they left I was their campfire But a volley from the
i<, -t: I with the green veranda posts without I replied, and shaking her hand Conquest, Miss, and from first to lastan cooking.the supper in the kitchen, white men's pistols sent the blacks
a.,: looking, as I usually did, to see if the heartily, took my leave, being followed open-handed race. And by reason when Masther Shane called me into back into the bush howling like fiends.
flag"; old) lady was in her accustomed place, to the gate by the old Irish woman of that same generosity Masther Shane,, the parlor. The young Doyles were Then it was that the masther, vowing
..:f..v I when a cry unmistakable anguish. calling down blessings on my when he came of age, found that sav- out, and he and :Miss Kathleen were vengeance on the savages, plunged
:
tfj! '<. from the interior arrested my steps. head.When ing the ould hall and two hundredacres sitting together on the sofa. Her into the wood in hot pursuit of them.
r it To unlatch the garden gate and hurry I told the story of my adven- of bog, sorra a foot of the great head was hidden on his shoulder, and The others followed but in the darkness .
c,;t j f+ ;, tip to the front door was the work of a ture at home, at the same time de- estates of his ancestors ,belonged to she was crying bitterly ; while he, poor lost sight of him ; nor did they
C.: /1 1 : moment. There, however, I paused, claring my intention of paying Miss him. And now, :Miss, I'll tell! you the boy, a troubled look on his handsomeface find the poor boy till daybreak. He
R,; !, undecided whether to knock and offer Moonshee an early visit, my father whole story, for it's you desarves to be was trying to comfort her; but was lying under. a tree quite dead, the
k' r"1f my services, or retrace my' steps. laughed and patted me on the cheek. treated like a friend of the family, so 'twasn't a bit of use. 'Shane,' she blood slowly oozing from a deep woundin
r. :i'' While I hesitated the door was opened "Please yourself, Polly," he said, "butI << kind you've been to my poor lady." sobbed'tis. the first time we've' been his side. He had flung away his
from within, and the old Irish woman am inclined to think your new friendis There was a solemn look on her parted, and my heart tells me we empty pistol; but his right hand still
i',h. ,:1 presented herself, beckoning me to neither more nor less than a harm- wrinkled face as she made the prom- shall never meet again.: gripped the heavy whip with which he
, ':: enter. Silently I followed her into a less lunatic." ise, and without further preamble old Mally,' says the masther, despairingly had seemingly defended himself againsthis
Jj t'i-"l: .. prettily furnished sitting-room, bright ( My father's opinion of Miss Moon Mally related her tale, somewhat as 'what can I say to comfort her?' enemies. They buried him where
f{'\ ,,a'. .. with pICtures! books and flowers. This shee did not greatly, astonish me. follows : Then 'a sudden thought striking him, he fell, under the shade of a blue-gum
r :':r .. I I"M' much I took in at the first glance ; my There was decidedly something pecu- Miss Kathleen and Masther Shane he turned to his cousin with a smile, with only a rude cross at his head, to
Jf. : second rested on the evident cause ofi..i liar about her ; but, argued I, that is were cousins, and reared together at and 'Mavourneen,' says he, 'you mark where the last of the O'Connells
't I' i > the old Irish woman's dIstress-the no reason why ,I should not fulfill my the hall by Miss O'Connell, their aunt, haven't forgotten the old story we read lay.
iU'l: pale, inanimate form of her mistress, promise. So it came about that two for they were orphans. Fine chiller long ago of the brave'Sir Roland, who "Such was ,the sad tale young Doyle
" .'It;x' ;i1! : which lay stretched on a couch near days later I again found myself in the they were, and they grew up among sounded his horn in the Pass of Ronce- told us, the tears running down his
f.<<::;: \ t., -' the window. The poor lady was in a little lady's parlor. This visit provedthe the kindly Kerry folks, who loved valles, in the Pyrenees, when he was face the while, for he loved Masther:
W :ft! : dead faint, a phase of indisposition forerunner of maliy more, until, them for their own sakes, as well as sore beset by the Moors, and how Shane like a' brother, and his heart
I t".' t sufficiently alarming to her faithful from an occasional ,caller at the white for the good blood that showed itselfso Charlemagne, the great Emperor, ached for :Miss Kathleen. The doctor
", \ f- domestic, who,.in an agony of tears, cottage with the green veranda posts, plainly in both. For hadn't :Miss heard the sound where he was huntingmore shook his head when he heard the
+ : :' w. asked if it was any use to send for the I became the daily, visitor and inti- Kathleen the bloom of the rose, the than a hundred miles away?' stoiy. 'Twould be a merciful thing.
".' 'Ii' J".t doctor. mate friend of its mistress. r had eye of the dove and the sweetest tem- She said she remembered the tale. he said, provided his patient did re-
: Now, I had had considerable experience learned to love poor little :Miss Moon per in Ireland? And wasn't :Masther Well,' says he, 'am I not your own cover, that all recollection of the past
!fflm'I J in the treatment of fainting fits, shee with a protecting fondness, suchas Shane tall and handsome, with curly true knight, asthore? And although I should have faded from her mind.
f. .: "r my mother being unhappily subject to the young and strong sometimes entertain black hair, the eye of the hawk and, haven't a horn like the gallant Sir "She did recover, poor darling, but
: ; \" frequent lapses into unconsciousness, for the old and weak. Moreover ould'bearing of the O'Connells? Sure, Roland, I have something just as very slowly. At fijrst we thought her
l i iJ :from which, acting'under the doctor's8i to, me she seemed the embodi- they were made 'for each other, every- good-a stout stockman's whip. So, memory was entirely gone. By de-
: '1 orders: I ,had generally been successful ment of that old-world' refinementthat body ::said: ; and so' they seemed to if danger befall, I'll just fetch a sound- grees, however, she began to remember,
!'o s!, : t,,1 in recovering her. I therefore assertive young colonial as I was, think, the'young masther being barely ing smack with the lash, and here in and by-and-by asked for her cousin.
,i r ,; poke reassuringly to old Mally-she I could thoroughly appreciate. And one-and-twenty and his, cousin but this cabin you'll hear the noise.: To please her, we said he had gone on
. ': t; ,t It : ,had told me her name-and at once she clung to me, this gentle Irish lady, eighteen when ,they were betrothed. He was smiling all the time he was ar long journey up-country ; and when
; '1, : ,,set about applying the restoratives to looking eagerly for my coming, and, Wirra! but sorrow was at hand.. MissO'Connell speaking, but Miss Kathleen took it we found she believed it, Mr. Webb
.t d1 1! the invalid that I had found so useful following me with wistful glances the !nant' died,'and, her j income seriously. You won't forget,' says I told us to keep up,the delusion.
: 'sl t! I ,on former occasions., In a short time when ,1 took my, leave. She spoke that had kept' them all comfortable she. 'Sure and I won't,' says he, 4f :I "' rl ell, miss, there isn't much more
' i o i i we had the satisfaction of seeing the but seldom of her past, and although died with her; so, -as I said you'll promise not to fret till you hear :I to tell. :Miss Ellen Doyle married the
,:' 'r ; poor lady open ,her eyes and fix,a be- adverting .at times to her loug-ex- before, except the ould hall, a,bit of the sound of the lash.' 'I promise,' English officer who 'was so, sweet on
.L. i} ; "wilder} look on her maid, who was pected friend, seemed, on the whole, .wet; bog and a trifle of money r in the says she ; and with that Miss Ellen her during the voyage out and went
I. on her kr.ees: by the couch. Her to prefer drawing me on to talk of my bank, Masther 'Shariea8 left penni- and her brother came in at the front with him to Tasmania. About the
'' gland\ $ then.re't'l;;l on me with a puzzled chool friends and studies. Then on a less. As for Miss Kathleen, her sweet door, and I went back to the kitchen. same time, Squire Do le's eldet: sp n
t \t" r. : : expression. Saturday afternoon ,she would warble face was her fortune. "'VeIL, miss, Masther. Shane and his having been killed in the hunting

. ::11.'. I'Y'"'..;' ",, .: -,' ., ou.liare, ,, ".., _been ill 1," I explained plaintive Irish ballads,_.to ,her harp in Well, miss,-,the,poor young! .masther, friend started next day with half a field, Mother Edward\ was written fOr

!,', .:' 'f ';'. ..,..j'-_;k'; ".L ,.:'. I ,' "',,' ..; I i ;' ', ,,;: : ,,

< f :, _, ; ::.. : ,
l' :'(' ; I Itf' ,
'. .
I I I ti'
, I \.. '
f.i ,
; ':

4 ,
.' : ,, c .!,;.R''L: _' ,",;::;:'*J''O'..;;;;<; ;,; ':I>- ''LJ."i;: >ifL vJ.d" '"':;' ""ri' :<,,," ,>-_'::,..::. .i. "": ,,'i. y". ..,
-



> '' -- \: '''; ""-' ,, .- r. .C'''' ':0:"" --. ,,_.-. ,,,' ,: }, '-f'C''I.; :","" :" v.,":". >'. *= ,". cI '-" '-' "'--'''':'''-
'f ,.,". ,," 1 : '''}''1..r .. b1. ,. u' ,
,
"
,, ',. .. '''' r .
.0' :
; ) :
y : .. :. ::T..: \f. :i. ; : : ; {J -I Ii Ir I'
; I ". ,.
I


I

.
'
?
;

.. ,.
'
"t' f" ,' ",' '
: .. ;: : .:
.. .
.
: -
I
; -
: -- ... :: : : ;: .
:
)-
THE. FLORIDA MIRROIl/JANUARY 9 .
'.' t.: : 1886. ,_ .
\ ,. '
.
: 1 .J ,
I.
by his father. But before he went he ner.began to bluff, and-" ;. t .. GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY ETC. IT STANDS: A'l THE'EAD. ,

had this cottage built and furnished.: I "How: did it, result ?," the mayor '" .

for Miss Kat Teen, and he and Mrs. I I asked, with heightened,interest., WHOLESALE -
Major Gayworthy Miss; Ellen Doyle Oh., I lifted'him for about two hun- AND.RETAIL.. The I..igbt.nlulIdn

that was-settled a small pension on dred.., ,
my mistress that. keeps her in comfort. You don't say so Gentlemen,that ,

Here we've lived for over, thirty years, was, doubtless, a very interesting game. j""DOlVIESTICM
and except for the longing she has to As there is no business of any impor- !

see her cousin, it hasn't been altogether tance we'll adjourn and go down to : *...................................................................._- ;,,

an unhappy time for my poor lady.I Anderson's back room." r = t% ?S3Fsssssjs

used to worry myself, thinking how Next morning the'daily paper con- r sgfesi ra 5& > This, cut shows the new style'of wood work i

lonesome she'd feel if I were taken tained the following notice : that the company is now introducing 1
first. But since she's come to know l{ The enemies of our chief of the fire 1t

and love you, miss, I've been quite department having circulated reportsto t

easy; for should anything happen to the effect that he had willfully neg- ., 1

ould Mally, I know you'll never see lected his duty, that gentleman was 0i .}

her at a I loss" last night summoned before the city r : it 1
.
The old Irish woman had told her council to answer the charges brought : t ,

tale with emotion. Nor could I for against him. The investigation re- SS fe SS! s&rKlS t

the moment help crediting the super- sulted in a complete vindication of our IiwIt ;' f

natural element in the story. But at worthy chief, and friends on every side fI

this moment Miss :Moonshee's voicewas pressed forward to congratulate him. nl I

heard calling me by name, and I The idler's tongue is ever flippant,

hurried to the sitting-room. Never and, to our shame be it said, we are ,

had I peen her more animated. Her ever willing to harken to the words of 1 I6 F I

were sparkling, her cheeks crimson the traducer. Our worthy chief will :t
eyes _
and she smiled gaily as I entered. be a candidate for re-election, and, as SOUTNPUB.Co.NYP'!' .e.+ .a,? (

"My dear," she cried, "I have had the matter now stands, it will be impossible dIJ r t

such a sweet dream, all about the dear to defeat him." b,t I
A. B. NOY.ES _
friend you have often heard me men sY;;
SELF RESPECT MUST BE PRESERVED
cousin Shane. But I must
tion-mv -DEALER IN-
show his likeness." And with
you Parson Baxter meeting Jim Webster .
Artistically Bcantifnl.
fingers that trembled sadly the poor rebuked him for his '
lady opened a locket she always wore, intemperate"habits. FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES > Without a Peer.
disclosing the miniature of a fine- ,
"I'se mighty to heah dat IN ITS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION
sorry .you
looking youth, with a pleasant ex- "
on his .frank, coun- am drinkin1 agin, wusser den eber. and Grain IT HAS ISTO RIVAL !
pression open Hay Ship Stores
111 ain't heered nobody say I'se.been ",'- ," ..
tenance. I drinkin'agin, but I spects dat hit am The new lines of attachment that are 3
"Is he not handsome? she inquired, '
now being placed with each "Domestic"
de blew and
gazing fondly on the smiling face. so. Las'night warf up FURNITURE SMS PAINISffl are specialties. ;No other machine has them
"He is indeed," I returned, feeling pounded me on de top ob my/ nead; These attachments and the new wood-worst'
,
: J '
and when I come,, ter my senses hit make the Domestic" more than ever,witb-
the tears gathering in
my eyes. : out question,
seemed Ii ke it day befoah
was
yester-
I
"Dear Shane what a deal he must
HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE ETOROCKERI C.
have gone through?" ':But he is really day. I i. The Acknowledged Standard of.

coming to-night; ah 1 yes, and then "Jeems" why does yer drink so Excellence.FOR .
much? .
how happy we shall be. I may not PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.N. .- *
"rse de bes in de
tell you my dream to-day," she added got grounds SALE BY- *
world Parson.
with a little laugh; but tomorrowyou ''What, *'. E. corner Centre: and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla.
dem HENRY
will look in to-morrow before you am ar grounds HOBEIN;
<4I drinks ter from
pervent'infsef
'
go to church? Then, my dear, you .. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. i
Parson for when dis
shall know all." getting thirsty, ; ,

I gave the desired promise, and niggah getst thirsty he can be relied on "". ..;:., ,. :: ;,r;; ": '::J' ; ., : I' ",'. ., ...' .,," ..
make beast of hissef and \,
ter a plum .
wanted in
shortly after bent my steps homeward, Agents unoccupied. territory
meditating on little :Miss :Moonshee's I'se gwine to persurve my self-respec', h'. Address,
poor
ef I has ter steal der money ter buy de DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
sad history and harmless delu- J ;
"
whisky ter do hit wid. RICHMOND, VA.
sion. The morrow found me an hour :. .. h!'
before church time at her door. It "
GETTING PARTICULAR ABOUT IT :Fl.
.a..UlS'rIN'MANUFACTURER :
'
was opened by Mally. Miss Kath, x'rr "1.; t .frj f:: t '? ?'. .- ".... ."":; ."",".:::...._ .... .-i.!._,-_. ,
leen has overslept, herself," she said; It used to be an easy matter to .: -.. :t.li. : f'" + .' .i OF "
"but I'11'ust tap and ask if she won'tsee satisfy European holders' of American Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND
you in bed.Repeated ." railroad shares when a dividendwas

knocks at her mistress's passed. It could be laid to DEALER IN L ,

I door eliciting no response,the old Irish droughts, freshets, snow slides, grass- H. E. DOTTERERINVITES
woman turned the handle and peeped hoppers, yellow fever, heat or cold, PARL R, rrl E IDQ X T VBtJ

in. "She's sound darling or need of rolling stock. Those people
asleep, poor ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OFTFINE .
," she whispered. Just cast your are getting more particular within ... ......'I;' eyes on her, miss, and see how pleasedshe i the last year or two, and really ,", .. .,.:;:.:t'f.BI' .
looks. expect shares to bring 'em in some +- .. !ft ?''i 1Y.; y rl-.1n;.0.--;;: :,.. tj ,1
,
: !
I did so. The expression on her sort of income. An American now { FAMILY GROCERIES } --.,:"-..:"" ,:!. 1 I''.:,tNJ.1r.4'i'fHQ.: I :: '.
.
in writes home -0-..:....... ---.L.' : .. i'1; ''-.. : ,
face was indeed a happy one but traveling Germany -H- .. v. ',( --: 'f'-f" > .,
; .
.J:
there was that about it which causedme that some of our non-paying divi- I jit .".. 'II'n'l .-';''.""jt"r.' i.''t'":::.;: r',;'II;it,'.tl..;...,.. J '

to forward and dend railroads will have to employ 'IjlR", :' .'., f, '.:i. _;;;;_;.t '..
.
.
quickly .
step lay my ...I!. "' I. > ..'v. '.I'
EMBRACING NEALY THIS ALSO IN THAT OF :' ,-_... ,. ...I.
first-class liar to invent and EVERYTHING IN LINE, 'N J I' '" :..:. -. ,,
hand a new \ A -..' ,. ,
lightly the brow of the
on sleeper. 't1' r.#.. ,....;. ._ .:....Y.: :;.. "
It was icy cold 1 Yes, he had satisfactory excuses, or the shares } '\
come for her at last, the longexpectedlover. will come hack. As one German FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. ; 5a ij 1'I.tN. I.
.. '
For, gazing on the placid coun- holder remarked to him: \: --:- :ilfjf : ="
tenance of the dead, who could doubt My friend, I wait now about five ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS .

but a vision of the beloved one had years for some difidends on my '

gladdened the soul of the sleeper, and stock, but I doan' shmell a cent. PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. tr

left its impress on her smiling face, ere Eafery time it vhas cyclones, grass-
death had claimed its prey! hoppers, poor grops or repairs, und ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF COOKKG UTEXSILS OF ALL KM,

"Twould be a sin to wish her back, dot difidend goes py. If you doan' I.. -
so happy she looks," wailed old haf some peesness for your railroads LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,
poor JFINE I TEAS |ND COFFEES j I 1-
Mally. "But oh, :Miss Kathleen, dar- vhy doan' you go on foot mit ox- WROTJGHT-IRON PIPES.
ling, why didn't you take me with teams?"-TVall Street News. :- t

you!" THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY

The separation was but of brief duration DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
The faithful old Irish woman TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
soon followed poor little :Miss :Moon- ESTABLISHED 1875. NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. Wind Mills for, pumping water or running
shee light machinery promptly erected on order.
to the and a white marblecross
grave; Bells for sale
School
Church, Factory and
In the corner of the Melbourne Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA at a bargain.

cemetery marks the spot where mis- DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES 4 j& Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
tress and maid their last t, All goods delivered at the various trans
sleep sleep.-
,S r.>"" portation stations within the city free of
Chambers Journal. -<, ,..I .
: charge. All sales for cash.
'
& CO., .; ':- i :, .I,:: CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.

COMPLETE VINDICATION.A {:rr1'( .\o : Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
fire .. -r..-I.j"i T ,-. v. 1,;:, :> ,, __ ,
occurred
in an Arkansaw J:, '. : ; i' < <, J; .:' ,' ":;:...., .

town the other night, but the chief of =1 PHARMACISTS 1= ,., ,. .... ,, %'7';' :;' R. S. SCHUYLER,
the '
fire department paid no attention : : 'f:' .'. ; ; '" '. ":; 'F'L', .:; ; '; IY",; -A.RCHITECT- .
to the alarm. The next night he was f

summoned cil. to appear before the coun- Centre Street, FOR BUILDING OF ALL
DESIGNS with Plans, Details,Specifications -
"Mr. Chief," said the mayor, "did FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, and Superintendence.In .
you hear the fire alarm last night?"
"'Yes. constantly on hand a fine assort- the Circuit Court,
KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
"Were you in good health at the EIGN and DOMESTIC COUNTY, FLORIDA.A. .
time of the "
alarm? ..
| Yes, believe I was." Drugs and Chemicals, B. NOTES Claim $941, Bond 1882.
'Then, you acknowledge a willful The Cabbage the South HERHART.Attachment.. ;-
"
neglect of duty ?
and
Homoeopathic Patent Medicines, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
""No, Rl.r" Either for home we or for shipment to KosiHENDERSON'S MLB>aT3, YOU writ of attachment has been issued
Why, then, did you not respond ifyou Proprietary and Fancy Goods, -I&- against you, and your property attached to

were not determined to neglectyour satisfy ing to $941.79.the demand Now of, A.unless B. Noyes you ,shall amount-ap- .'.
FINE TOILET ARTICLES EARLY SUMMER.
duty ? pear before his Honor James M. Baker,
"Couldn't get away." Judge of the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
Illness in ?" PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., This rateable variety, as wen as a full list of the most desirable Circuit, in and for Nassau County, on the
No." your family first :Monday in January, A.D. 1886, being
IN GREAT VARIETY. VEGETABLE 6 SEEDS the fourth day of said month,judgment will
Then,sir> I demand the reason." be rendered against you, and your.property
"
Well, you see a passel of us fellows I win be found described In our Manual of"EvrRYTHnro:: ros THE GASUKT,"which will be sent to any sold to pay the debt.
Were ... Physicians' Prescriptions address on receipt of stamps[6c.].to coyer postage. H. J. BAKER,
In Anderson's
back room when Attorney for Fl intifL
the; bell rang. I had four aces at the carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at SEEDSXE3 A GROWERS, Fernandina, Fla., October 3d.'1885. 3mALL
time, and-n easonable prices.POR Peter Henderson & C 35 A 87 Cortlandt St.,
t o. NEW YORE.I KINDS OF JOB PRINTING EXEJ' ,.
;; \yhat ? FINE JOB PRINTING. SEND in the highest style of the art, at -
"Yes, held four aces., John Buck- orders to the MIREOE office. the MIRROR Steam Printing House. <


"


.


< :....:. 41.".;d.i'. ';;";J.,":'. ,d( ,.,,,-,.>_, ,-",' .- .... .. .. .,."t',. U"" ,' ,,j/j:"" ,,':_ .," f ..--=-.;-.::::>>:. -,' ., ::' ." .".-.r ',&1.<_:-:' :: '. ':: .. ", '. ""



\ "," \y:. .. ,'''';'' "''':'r"');.. ,\!.,.; ,,,-:,. :;'"N'''' ;::- 'f.'' S73' (;?! : ,$gHi. ::j$3 .*' ':)" ; ,,-:.- ',..-- : ;.. I
-. \ ; ,
.
'
'
.
; : : : I't-
: '.: : ; ;". :; :'?: ::- ? : i. : : : ( : .

,, k .. '

1 IJr f

r

,
'
I In

n -fD1' 1',, ': THE FLORIDA MllCUUll : JANUARY: J. 1S8G.
.
.
,.
,- i
: -- .. ,
>' --- -- -- i
_
: .-- --- ----S
-
i llj _--
:(J;!jir : : ----- i } -- !

y;: 'ti !,,tJ to" THE FiiOKMDA J: J ) M II.LUKOK.Ill J:( I '. Such settlers ought to be located in facturers'and capitalists before him, UNSCIENTIFIC CHEMISTRY. f f T JD>ALTIMORE THE WEEKLY, IHHI1'ET SUN
said with much seriousness : of the so-called : j
't"/\'l';/\ the vicinity of other settlements, Mr. Edmunds \ Many applicationsof 't AND i
!E GEORGE R, FAIRBANKS EDITOR. : '* I wish to tell yon that it chemical science to the arts were | BEST OF FAMILY XE\YSPAI> f
where the conveniences of life are y 1 EI;$. I
rJr t.tj ': is well worth your time to begin to first made by persons who.were en- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
I [
ir;r.;,i'io1.[ ':!.J tt Subscription, S3 per year. ; six months -SI. attainable, and not go out into the study more closely how much we all !1 i tirely ignorant of science, and who t[ THE n.LTDlpnlWEEKLY SUI I has i

t""I;; J J' wilderness, Crusoe-like, to create the owe it to that long future which is did not know the meaning of the |11on been recoxniz-d as the, Ideal Fimilr I
1 \ Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor .
?.. Newspaper. It contain the News /r
e"..*; I ordinary appliances of civilization.,adjustment I word chemistry. Five hundred years I World ; the latent : n41 i fullest Mark(-t?1 I

li'j.; ,' RATES OF AWVKUTISING. With good land and facilities for i t ago t nners'ho, did not know that J mercial and 'Monetary Report ; ()i.,COIn"it: ,
; Ten cent!A line for the first, and fIve cents for ourselves :and those who furnish the I a raw hide contained gelatine, and I and Practical Auriirnltura'l. Pairs'Choicest -." ,!,Iie l

each subsequent insertion.Special transportation, they would soon muscle and'foil that give, vigor and .! were ignorant of tale fact that tannin ., Geni! of Current I.Hl'1'\tlJrl'ill i h
notices, 15 cents'tine: try and I Romance the t"e"
local ; most \ttro
the difficulties '
"' overcome ordinary of tour would render it insoluble tttethe
success enterprise. ; produced
Jtea Efth't Special rite: ftrtimeadvertisemeutsupon appli, settling in a new country and become These are words of truth and so better leather than is made anywherein Useful and Beautiful in all that (It'rtains ntot to

.:; ,. t cation at the oIi! <'c. valuable settlers.. the world to-day. The stonemasons the Household ; the Cream of.1t ;,ml Iin
11f;: ';."; 1 very berness. The average }politician in of the :Middle who did not mor; the En'llts Every-day Lt'r,'. Tunm,"!|b
?.g 4' Communications upon all matters of local inter There are abundant places to' be' office thinks of men only as voters, Ages, its many and varied sotim01' illt ,rruli.n'
,
!t.t est solicited! from all of the and from understand the union made by sili- i its readers are promptly 1 i mad.: :It'I"II".1t) ,!
; : ; parts county found where these colonists woulddo and directs his plans to carrying the I with I events occurring in I
1' cious sand and lime made tiny } : (
quick mortar yotrttro't
: lines Florida raflw ,
l along the of ass' election. The statesman who! ans- I World. The ample facilities \
lIt"
( Tup 'tx
,. st All* communications intended for publicationhould well, and we hope those who de- that is stronger now than the rocks for obtaining by telegraph the : :
!! wers to the definition of "a philoso- } : Sews f
:: .. : ? .. be addressed to the Editor all business I the
''ff' tiI ..I't. '; sire another location than Sarasotaor in action thinks of I r it binds together. Tho! ignorant Hin Old World. and its larj/e corps of 8petial
o"tf_ ,-f!;: THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY. pher men as
l ; simply to I Correspondents at Washington.
: ? doos the banks of the and New
: on Ganges, YorkPhiladelphia .
I.l. the outside will not become
region with needs and
- --- -- -' -- --- ----- human
::3' :::-:: :::: = =- ;-=- : := ::::: = : beings I : Bcston, Richmond 1 and other

t? .. '.;:tt1i", JANUARY, 1S8G.RKMO ,discouraged with their purposes i incoming wants, and aspirations:: and shapeshis I the steel wild that 1 Arabs worth in Eastern its: Asia in, made leading for cities, as also its superior arru: p<-ements
weight gold. securing prompt intelligence
t
cj" to for them the best ryevery
--
--- -
( -- secure
"- course '
,r' ,.. VAL RAILROAD OFFICES to Florida, but try a more Quite too much is claimed for sci- I all the Counties in Maryland] !, and
and conditions of
happiest living. I leading! point of interest! in adjacent: St-itrs
,
favorable location. Cheapness of of the useful and
ence as a
f .i\ i That these conditions not promoter combine to make it a
: t The Receiver of the Florida Rail- are everywhere -' i complete Newspaper
." land is a small consideration jn fulfilled in this country highly decorative arts. It explains many I unsurpassed in general and reliable! informallion
", way & Navigation Company is reported but it produccg.very few by any of its contemporaries: THE
processes, I
i choosing a home, and there are.lands favored as -we are; compared with the i WEEKLY SUN can be subscribed
1 : : to have decided to bring the that Medical: science if in- : for any
*
are new.
S: enough at moderate prices to be had other nations of the world, is pain- day of the year,and the present time i is more J
'i 4 !m offices of the other officers of the fully evident to those who give deed there is any such science, is lit- ; than usually auspicious. The news includes
: in the older counties.It any tle more than a classification of the I all events that transpire under the new N a.
railroad to Jacksonville where his attention to the subject. There are
: tional Administration and .
is be that such remedial discoveries made during the Sessions
to
regretted exaggerated by empirics. -
:SS 1 f: + own headquarters are located. This "little creaks" in the social ma- ? 5 I of the New Congress besides the Le..
f
'
: descriptions of Florida are chinery betraying a friction that i illative! Intelligence Maryland.. Virginiaand
,
!- :: S; is no doubt more convenient during _. ; other States,and the General News from
-- ----- -- --
given by land agents and nol_ yet threaten an "explo- I
; the of newspaper may every State and every quarter} of the Globe.
/ progress a thorough repair "
+': correspondents. The truth is attract- sion as'Mr. Edmunds suggests, byway
: ; S and reconstruction of the roads. As THE BALTIMORE
l WEEKLY
x, \' of emphasis, but which do call SUN.
ive enough in itself without undue r'sAf rI
(. ; i.t ft permanent arrangement, we see no for attention. And the 'discontentthat Terms Invariably l Cash in Advance.
embellishment and it-is better for
+; ,/' i, advantage to be gained by a location causes their friction does have, Postage Prepaid by Publishers on Subscriptions
". ,. the country that settlers should not as the Senator;affirms, an origin in in the United States
," ) :.: }!:t1 at Jacksonville. The main business and Canada.
come with exaggerated'expectations.' wrong or injustice. The bearings Lt.neteyrRt1YAL
'
tri : til of the road is in .
r transporting freight, .- -.;- ', 'are too closet or. they want lubri- ,' AQSOEUTEI.I PGWDA IAE ONE DOLLAR A COPY FOR ONE YEAR.

;tj ,I!.: ; and the bulk of this, in volume as THE MILLED RAILROAD, TO j cating. Otherwise: they should not .. .
.
r. : .. .. PREMIUM COPIES
t4'z' TO GETTERS
ij"-i': .. :' 'I I! 1 I well. as profit,is [in the main lines ," ..' HAHT'S ROA1 creak. > Ioo" < < : CLUBS FOR THE BALTIMORE UP.OF... >

; ,: J leading up from the peninsula: to The statement. .h s' been. .:'again ; One of thq things that,is wrong at'' WEEKLY SUN.

;.J i ; ,*1-> Fernandina and Savannah. Fernan made that the ,contracts-for, the i'construction bottom is the relation between capi- FIVE With COPIES..,,,.,..:........_.........$ 5.00

iw./--i wSi* tuna is the natural outlet, of the peninsula of.this'road;hadbeen signed ..:. tal and labor' which denies to either Sun one an year.extra copy of the Week- j

> & ? : the right to ari equal voice in concluding t TEN COPIES........_..................... 10.00
{;"V, "*T. :+ ., and will increase in this respect but we" have seen no authentic: the terms upon which they t I With an extra copy of the Week-

with the of the inte- corroboration of the We ; r ly Sun one year, and one copy of
',,V:: 1.. ';: progress rumor. will work together.: ,Capital wrong the Daily Sun three months.

/VfS' :- T4IJ rior. The orange and vegetable crops have little doubt but that this road when it insists that it shall have FIFTEEN COPIES........._............ 15.00

,'.Eft ':,5..1 t afford by far the most valuable will be built sooner or later, but how power to dictate the conditions upon With] Sun an extra copy of the Weekly -
; which it will .direct and one year and.one copy of
employ
1t.t :. 4J freights to the roads, paying four to soon is still, perhaps, uncertain. We pay KIJ4G the Daily Sun six months.
labor. It has no right to say. as one TWENTY COPIES........._....:....... 20.00
i"' .!/"fi. five times as much as cotton rates. hope, if it is built, we shall have sucha of its representatives once said, thatit With an extra copy of the Weekly -

I.; The fruit and vegetable trade is increasing connection with it as will be of will ", bur'labor as it buys bales of Sun one year and one copy of
the Daily Sun nine months.
,
: \r largely every year and wllti benefit; to Fernandina. It is be- hay." In a country wherein slavery THIRTY COPIES................:....... 30.00
: : has been abolished the laborer is en- With an'extra copy of the Weekly -
that
; F require increased facilities and special lieved bya short increase of
POWDER Sun and
one of the
titled to a voice in fixing the terms copy Daily
m" ".(tMJ trains on fast schedules. So far as distance the route might be deflected Sun one year.
Si' '; the peninsular freight is concerned, 'to Fernandina,; or near it, en route to work. Labor, on the other: hand, Absolutely Pure. With an extra copy of the:Weekly -

; hardly any of it goes to Jacksonville the St. John's river. has no right to assume to do this Sun and one copy of the Daily
HM Sun one also extra
; year an
wt copy
? : '.'vi1iil and not much of the passenger busI- alone. Capital is:-not a fund maintained THIS POWDER NEVER VARIES. A of the Daily Sun for six months.

: PAY ORDERS. for the purpose of enabling of I purity strength and whole- FIFTY COPiES...... .................... 5O.OO
rq.f i9' ,ness. We,think, the management ,:of someness. More economical than the ordi- With an extra copy of the Weekly
e Fi4 iN 'F (he railroad will find that Fernandi The receiver's notice in reference to men to, .earn. and. receive the wages nary kinds and cannot be soul in competition Sun and two copies of,the Daily -
} necessary to their support upon con- with the multitude of low-test, short- Sun one year.SEVENTYFIVE.
otl-! ': ,:l.,.,.; na is the most suitable place for pay orders will be found in another ditions of their;own fixing. It is weight alum or phosphate} powders. COPIES............ 75.00: ( (
.4 1: "' \ column. The of the road 35*Sold only in c:uH. With an extra copy of the Weekly -
'" headquarters-certainly for all the employes money employ e'cbby its rightful own- BAKING
: '>.4 fi, ,! ROYAL POWDER CO, Sun and three copies of the
r& ; ;:i 'J line of road except, perhaps, that' are no doubt gratified at the prompt ers' to earn more money. If it 48 103 Wall Street, New York. Daily Sun one year.

k' of their and chooses to take .the trouble and the ONE HUNDRED COPIES............100.00
payment glad to
'i'; leading west. The l completion of the wages,
risk of active LAI E"S With an extra copy of the Weekly -
earning more by employment -
r Jacksonville avoid the necessity of giving ordersto Sun and four copies of the Daily
.1(1t:: .y; Ta'inpa & Key West
than it
can earn by idly
1:1.1': {' 1-L ... ,J Sun one year.
4 JJ"i the merchants ( 4f_ '
Railroad to Sanford will make a diversion who furnish them lying at interest, it is certainly entitled To Europe and other Postal Union countries

i ; ,;',L of much of the heavy freight their supplies. The business men of to a' potential voice in' its own JEWELRY STaRER at 1.32: for twelve months.
> 'tl
J.' ;, g'.:. interior Fernandina are entitled to much management. Equal rights are secured -
r:; ; ,. to points by through cars, .,. : THE SUN,
'* "R ;<- "
' : ," "'; .: and hence lessen the amount ofIf credit for the liberal manner in which by the method of conferenceand r Daily, except Sunday.Term .
t4 t
t. arbitration that has recentlycome
they have sustained the credit of the : Offers for the approaching Holidays a fine
at terminal of
: transshipment? present in vogue; and the friction be- assortment of Solid and Rolled ? Subscription by )Mail Invariably
: Cash in Advance Postage Prepaid on
railroad during its financial
points. pressure, tween and labor
if-11t money capital capi- .. Subscriptions in the United
it i\\ --- by furnishing supplies to the em- i tal will be greatly diminished by its ar" E '.oV, "_'-.1 : :?" f'\ -:.-.-.. .. States and Canada
:
::0. ,
t t ) Till S.tUASOTt.COLONY. employment. There is lubricator One Year...........$0.00,One \ontll..50 Cts.
3-k : ployes and taking their orders in I no Six Months....... 3.OOThreeVeeks....:;"+ ('r.-.
,: It is said that considerable dissatisfaction like good feeling but justice and fair Ladies and Gentlemen'sGold |
payment, even though obliged, as Four Months..._ 2.UOT\vo, Weeks.....25l'tThree >
" +i::\I exists the Scotch colonists play will prevent the ominous little Months.... l.oO.One. Week......_13tt<.
t' 4 S among S they ha.ve'been during the past year, squeak." Silver Watches Two Months..... 1.00,
i '1 who have recently gone to Sar- to wait several months to have them To Europe and other Postal Union countries '

t$ ,& asota. There would probably be some taken The more careful adjustment of the CLOCH3 0? ALL HINDS, 76 Cents per Month.
up.
1 relations between, employers and em-
discontent hOvn.in reference to The value of Till SUN as an Advertkin:
; anylocality The "order" system is a bad one for which Senator Edmunds
ployed, SilverWare in Large Variety, Medium is. of course in proportion to itS
: which might, be chosen. It and should 'only be resorted to in pleads, calls for something beside immense circulation and its prices for advertising

fsiWs; :;t! is a severe strain on the equanimity. case of necessity, which has now justice dictated by self-interest. It .1 j-SPEC'I'E;tCIAES.- -the far main less; in element proportion of value to the in advertising circulation I

; : of the average man or woman to happily passed. requires, as has been said, that -than those:: of any other daily iw
REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT
"
MiJlli!' ... break old associations habits every one of us must perforce look of which we have knowledge.
., M : up out for the welfare of each and every RKASOXAP.LE RATES. The safest method of transmitting mode
;,,' and conveniences of an old established THE SOCIAL FRICTION. by mail is by check draft or postoffi! *
i 1 \ brother man, or we shall fail in try- No,Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. money order.
jd country, and be transferred to Senator Edmunds spoke with the ing to look out for our own." No

'1!"t'\1 an entirely new region, with new insight of a philosopher and the man's welfare is properly consideredwho ;'Call and examine; my stock. Xo DEVIATION FROM PUBLISHED)
s4: foresight of a statesman in his re- : cannot exercise of industry TERMS.:
byjhe -
faces customs and :a
new
: occupations.Much WM_ THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANA:
marks LAKE
before the
Merchants'
Asso- temperance-and: prudence, main- valuable publication of ninety-six pae; wpublished
more would this be the case ciation, in this city, when alluding to tain himself in comfort, and makesons Centre Street. as a Supplement to THE :Ski: :;

W :' I t when the llC\.locatin is in a, climate the conditions and jealousies and provision, even though it be Fernamljiia, Nov. 14J1S85.WILLXAK : about nor is the it distributed first! :: of each except year. to It is subscribers not for sale of

. '{.., '. and soil entirely: different: frpiii the disorders that are disturbing society but little, for the inevitable sicknessor "THE SUS," Daily and Weekly for who

4 ;: r I old home, in the midst of comparative in almost every part of the civilized<1 old age.The great and growing E. 0. DTOYEE.COMMISSION benefit. 'published.. Every subscriber to
; world. u Nihilism THE SUN" Dailyor Weekly, whose! :
s.' communism and disparity between the gains of ', '
solitude and where the immigrant money ": books
5j name is on our the first of the ye.ir
: t t rr is every other species of ism, he said, and muscle, between the results of / MERCHANT will receive a copy of THE SUN .ALM\Ar
,
; ti-1., comparatively Helpless. Naturally "wild and violent and ,
. } wicked as financierin,! skill and mental or free of charge. .
!1 a feeling of discouragementand much as it is, grow out of a fundamental manual labor, is producing the con- -v- Postal I Orders Checks Drafts. rt a"-

"3&." p?: home-sickness.comes on, and he sentiment, an instinctive and dition of "instinctive and intrinsic Manufacturer> of Southern Pine Lumber, be NESS made: Communication payable: and *all addressed!NEWS: and, to W :&1

disfavor andI intrinsic discontent, showing that discontent" of which Senator Ed- BY THE CARGO, A. ABELL& CO.. Publisher*.
something is wrong at the bottom." munds spoke. And_ while no chimerical Sun Iron Buildinp1'iiltimor
Ii feels a strong inclination leave the -. V't: 1
,. Leaving: out of the question the small notions of a fair division" For Domestic or Export Trade,
promised) land and l return to the' old .
f l .'Rj ;' percentage of agitators who are of property are likely ever 'to make F RX..UDIKA: FLORIDA.SEWING W. n:. KAUKSIGR'u

" <.:' 't ''f!] place and the old home.'r kiiavcsror lunatics, the Senator affirmed headway "in a country wherethechances'are AGEXT.WHOLESALE .

):" .!; For Western men, who have pioneered that "there is no general discontent theoretically and legally AXD EE'.tZLB

t in the settlement of one new in a considerable: body of I I so ;equal as":: they are)here, and where MACHINES, UTCHER AND STOCK DEALER.

I any part 'of society that does not the majority j of fortunes'.were made ASP
.
t. ... !HfJ k country, Florida presents,'no J novel !have :some small basis of truth ,and, I Ii by their, possessors-it:: is yet true that ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, :ca2cr in Ice

'41 .discouragements. They seek the new tr i justice to start upon. Something is j !its our society: grows older and itcoiiditiolbeco For Sale &tManufacturers"Prices" TENNESSEE BEEF A 81'1-C I

.m and unoccupied. portions of the country out of joint." .And he pointed his I,. ? ne; more fixed: the --SL. I, BROOM;; STREEt WllRF..

1 k;1i to. gft the benefit of its future meaning with this suggestive illiis- fortunate;'possessors 6iwealth- owe o'i 551R l-tr FERNANDFNA.JA3IES ) j,
tration: "If you men" who have'a'1: j jI an obligation to their fellows which A MfH i '' of every description! and -_ __, __.. .,L ,
m : growth and I h'10.fIr 5l"-V t ewiug.Ma chin >
J., progress. 1nijiUYH'
:... I !hundred' thousand; spindles buzzing; j..toy few:_of tliemhave! yet shown that & for sale. t : 32?$IP FIX.
; ; m The middle-class Englishman or: in.your factory hear'onelittle squeak I II they acknowledge'appreciate. The '

!1U m Scotchman who comes to Florida is I in, one corner, 'you know that thtd 1I i thing that is ""Tongat' bottom" in prces.. i-'Macnint-S{ repaired[ at moderate C 0 ACTO R ,AN> Bl'Il.t I II'

: I, machinery is out of order and if ; this'countn" is that_ wealth is '
from
at the
.}f a disadvantage outset, ; you commonly 'HE nY HOBEIN. Alachua S'treet. between Strnndrna' T
fi froin) hh utter hick of 1 i! letit go on, and if that unpleasantnoise I used too selfishly.] What is :' ." Corner Third and Ash Streets,
t tt : familiaritv !! .8 ,. ; ..Fla. FERNANDINA. FLA-.
be
)4 t : happens to hear the engine,1 needed to ease the friction is an application _::; ? Fernandina .
g with the soil and climate :
1 ( of -" ---'" -- -" '- --- -- *"
a country'.almost ..
i i will .
):you prpably.ha"l! an exp'lot. of the socialism of the golden '
t Orders and estimates! from a distaw
OR FINE JOB PRINTING. SEND
,
:tl : the opposite of his own. sion. :Speaking: ; still to the manu- rule.-Kostfm Herald. '. ; '' E,' your.order.- the MIKKOR' office.. ,- fully.attemled to. yrt.

.. .
; -' ' .Z'5, !'.' ., : : : >-
) '' '
; : :

:, i' Y ,

l' i ,
k

,'f'lI'
'4 : .... I .
.t w


-... .



,,_. '""."...._....., ; ... ,-,., ,. -'-,,,', -, .'.. ,. --'.. '." ,'.''n"" "" ;>,'..........' .-..> ....."."'...,.N--"W" ...,..,,,'7.. "" -:: < .;"" ."":r,..,.-r-T"'. ,. '" ',ni7 "'...... ..... ."" .,.. '" : ':" ..- ........ ,
.. ,, '"'''' .. '.' '1- :'. : ::.\1- ( .' .
: .
.. :;: ; "
... ; : + < > f. : "' ;: .- .? ;: .

., YI
!
I
.

I I

THE FLORIDA MIRROR': JANUARY ,9, 1886.' 0 i. .

;


I FORTHE HOLIDAYS, .:..:;;-U,a.' ; .' .. hr J. &? TA WYDD :

: .PA ULFUNKE'S ,
,. O.'YE. .ARE NO\V RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF OUR FALL
STOCK. JUST RECEIVED:
A FINE LOT OF I ;; z
+++++++++-m++++++++++++++++ t +++++-++++++++-fo+-fo f-fo+'+ +++4

H H FELT AND STRAW SSSSH t = J1wfl II !! NEW FAll DRESS GOODS \ l,ll"

H- A TTTTTT SS SS SSHHH : }i DRY GOODS EMPORIUMifj, ;' I t

A A TT @
SS t- CASHMERES:
gHH| AAAA TT
SS +-++:++++-t++-t-:+l-i+++{++++-Hrl 1rr t-s++++t-+t--r++++t--F++++HI
H H AA AA TT s SS Plaids, Prints, G i l ghamsetc., !

H H TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED, SSSSFEATHERS I t
I NEW WINTER GOODS. Blankets, Quilts, ComfortablesAT I


,. I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof o -- e t f
"'"inter Goods ever brought to Fernundina-consisting of Colored -

RIBBONS Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres ; Illauhcts+ are among
VELVETS AND
my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in gre.lt variety; f'

-\TKINGS -

stk' PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS -OUR CLOTHING DEPAQThiENT )\-

4$ BAZAR 1 ; ,'s
G \
Cyk9_ Embroideries, Laces, Silk and\ I4ho'n !n IlIflken hit'f 'lli .n&l ; IS REPLETE WITH NEW GOODS OF FASHIONABLE CUT AND

of Feathers, Satines, Piques, (indiums; and insh'+rt'every thing to .. DESIRABLE' FABRIC. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. I
"
Also nice
a display
be found in a well-appointed 1 Dry Ui).Mi> r'sralclishnleut! ? : 'Special SUITS MADE TO ORDER BY BROWNING. KING.... g
attention is directed to my hr .c'and varied sisM/rtweht of, & CO.. NEW YORK. FIT GUARANTEED. \
CHRISTMAS GOODS, "

Marked very low to suit the times. MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING! V. ll NEW FALL STYLES- IN GENTS' HATS ll[)}b == 1 e


: Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. e i
.
STEW COODSIN which cannot be beaten in. tile city, and which L am selling at. "',
.
8 .7A = :LINE OF XTDSOMS: GOODS.: e i
astonishingly low price Suits equal to eus.toin-niade at.one- feft :

THE- half the cost. Also) a large.' variety of Gents' Underwear and. J&r-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to e t

Furnishing Goods of every-'.""ecription.,. ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. s

,... 3'. & .T. II: "2" DID: : .
HATS CAPS BOTS SHOES
e MART
CITY I
t f .. Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.:, ; J
.
..
sizes low 'In'-Dpnies-: 1J :> .NEW YORK, OFFicE-83 Walker St. }p- FERNANDINA, FLA. .. i '
1 ; I for Meiii Ladies and Misses, of all at prices. :
'tic Goolls.I am offering unprecedented bargains;'and -will'not be

I undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. .
M. DOWNEY ... Attention is also directed to my large assortment of FERNANDINA AND NEW-YORK. .

.
Has now opened his large and extensive HOUSE- URNISHING GOODScomprising I 4

stock of Foreign and Domestic everything in that line, at prices to suit. Giveme ::.. e : tiar.'. ..'" Y.K., .." j .... l .-;..;.'. .. ,. s. ;. : t

a.call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at -\3 ". '. "' 1' :" '.:0- ," .' .;:.' "- j :.. "- ./ :, ;' f '. .. ( ) I
DRY GOODS : _. ; \.:':. ;.
.
-

-AND- PAUt FUNKE'' nRY G D EMP RmM tCENTRE t- .
FAMILY GROCERIESCONSISTING 1 t-o GENERALINSURANCE REAL. ESTATE .

_
IN PART OF- .
.. .A..' 'ENC: sr- .
French and English Cashmeres, Merinos, / STREET, .
Alpacas, Delaines, Satines, Lusters, Prints, .; .
choice lot of Blankets
Seersuckers Family -
Flannels a of all colors (Red:Blue, :F'I :E: JE=I. JSr JC) J[ .A. j"

White, Brown, Olive; Opera., etc.,) .I .'. ,it. CHARLES V. HILLYER
:
Irish Linens, Towels Napkins '
) 1' : "
I Covers '

finish,Irish and Hamburg 'FERNANDINA ,:,,;
w
Edgings} Embroideries, I I FLORIDA. > ; ,
I
!
I Laces and 1 Shawls, HO FOR CHRISTM1\S '. '. .,'....''../" '


: READY.MADEIICLOTHING, : OFFICE, S. W. CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS. .. ..

..
BrocheV (plaid and all-
Wool), Broadcloths, Doeskins WHERE T O 11BCa SZ t
Satinet Jeans. Cotton .' I '
Flannels: White Good Shirt!
ings Sheeting! Gents' Furnishing YOUR M
Goods, Hats. Caps, Umbrellas, Boys -
and Gents'Suits of latest style and fin- I I
ish,Trunks,Valises.! Satchels Ladies and -
; .

Children1'Gents' Shoes Vests Gaiters, Gentlemen's, Hosiery Ladies Underwear and I I. \ ,[ /[/[(( H 0 II 0 fA Y. f I I l.y l 0 (}) D S \\\\\1\\\111\\\ I\\ I IIII 1 1 1I 1l RIVER----AND- OCEAN STEAMERS.MALLORY'S '

INGRAIN AND BRUSSELS --- -- --- I I'I' II .
I :FWI.C):IDA.. SE] E&"'VIci: :: :. .

CARPETINGS ',(,
'l .. _(c.
.
..9"k STEAMSHIP' LINE !
Mattings, Rugs, Oil-Cloths, etc. '..( ':H I 1,; .. .. ." ..,. .

Also a nice line of Crockery Queen's and tl. r SEl\1I-,"EEKL Y SAILING S.-sa '
[;I 1I6r
China Ware, Goblets, Tumblers Bowls, .,> i I
Ewers Basins, Butter Dishes,
etc. : We have just roc iv6d. from the North and East an & ,
..'
A NICE LINE; OF FURNITURE, .M r immense stock of "' ".

..
;
Furniture Chairs Tables, Spring : ... .
Beds, Mattri'- i's, Bolsters and Pillows, "t II DRY G3iiS! I CLOTHING I \\; .. 'Y ....:.: ff
,
and a great, variety not mentioned here. ., .y( ..
,; .. ,, :.'; .:
All the above was purchased by the Pro v :;, ;,,.
prietor while neatly 'in New York, at the Hats Caps, Boots and Shoes, ; .""
YEll ,,i.t. ..
LOWEST "IGURES. and will be ; "" "J.;A I.
sold at a small living prolit FOR CASH. k and in fact a fa111iaa in cvsrj Department, of>the' :'.,'!.'
Having bern (-'tahlfched in East Florida (' '
8_
"'
siiio 1\:.iaand):: in thi city :nnce 1801, 1 hope :- LATEST 3S3I5N3:: ; ani as-we: are ableto'buy and} expect to receive a large share of the in bulk, 770.ars :prspared: to offer same at \cJ: .::
publii patronage,and will endeavor make '::t> c) ,.";:<."'.
'

-+THE CITY MART- (PRICES llJ iJ i'hoell: Y COMPETITION! f1'f. .' ,, F'ffl...


in the future, as in the past, one of the most I ..:if:

popular I oift-r Stores my best in thanks the city.for past favors. Sush of fcusinsrs:: prevents our naming specialties ; ': Proposed Sailings for December and January. :

:...' AU we ask is a trial Call' ani cnaoar stock : Steamers leave Pier 20, E. I;.., at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina, p.m. .
:51.: DOWNEY.
:.'3 before purchasingelsewhere.. .' : STEAMERS. LKAVE NEW YORK. LEAVE FERSAXorxA. *
Fernandina, Nov 14, 1835. .. : CITY OF SAX ANTONIO..........Friday. DI't'l'IlIIIt'r4th. Wednesday December 9th.
No trouble to show goo: ::: .HODS BBO'S. STATE OF TEXAS....................Tti.->day. Dereruln-r 1 8th. Saturday, December 12th.
----- : : ', .CAROXDELET........................._Friday. Dew-mber lIt h. Wednesday. December 16th.
U.u'ranCr1,1 SSortKiise:: Deecis. :..;+',"". ."-....' .j.,." STATE-OF TEXAS....................Friday.: DtivmlNT 18th. Wednesday( December 23d. .
LINEN l'\PEH-7'5' CTS. PER of'CJ DOZEN ,l -",'If1': .; .. :- -. ,....:.: '. CA110XDELET...........;..............Tuesday. J)(>,vtnbi-r,! :.."M. Saturday, December 26th.
) ( sent upon receipt i I I "\' \... :, ,' '. "'. ,.;". CITY'.OF SAX Ati1'ONIO..Friday.Ikt- -,oi"-r2.a.!: Wednesday, December 80th.
:: '
taiap. AddressFLOPJDA MIRROR, \ .. ,..' \ {fIj.\ /I.s ', .' .,,.,-- :'.." ., .-. .. I, STATE OF TEXAS....... ........._Tiuwlwy. -t-eniln-r-r 2)5fi., atim1aj'! ;January 2d, 18SG.
'sl!' J'crn;\nllin8. l?la. ', .. ";:". "'. \'), .. c ... .. This I inc I>iatt;;iary no Traiisicrs' Ic-lwc.en Fcmamlina and New
.- .., ..'.;--. ...,. ::._ I York, offers the BEST AND: QUICKEST TKANril'OIiTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
-"- -- ------- ------ .
VEGETABLES, tn.1'othE-r3.
FItUITS, :
Notice to Tax-Payers. ( : lv ; ... The traveling imhm srrt- '>;ren-d tTw Kd--( :JsrtrtS.f: ; !: a DIRECT LINEand, UXSUR-
I am n.I\\' re.ulto r' the State: and ; : 1rOD"BRO'R : PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS: FIOilirVlTTOrT. CHANGE: making close
Comity taxes :1; f'i''I1'11 upon tluk real and t : ; connections at 1"EI: m,' \ JI i.irh r'fNAN1)1NA & JACKSONVILLE TIAIL-
..
!prrsup I :'! tifuperly in the esuluty of Nassau! ..,;,.':,\:. ROAD for f.\CIi.: O X,'!I..7.Z:. R .il theme nv' Sh1ulmers to alt points o.n the 81'
1.1.! .., f.lr the year 18S5. ,mull l 'rtn in found at JOHNS OCKLAWAIL\ INDIAN :UVBR':;: and with the FlOTIIDA TRANSIT
my. Till '''. in t the! ",i'r Knii! O. Friend .::::9r RAILROAD for1..11 }sf.t'rioNS: mm! rimhF PORTS OF FI.f'JUDA ; and with the
< >n'l T ('('ntr ;nd Third strwts. every Wedtusiljiv PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
mad Saturday: when not on a collectnr ( LEADERS QF lOW-PRiCES I2I\ for LAKE WEIR. .
'!' : in the oounv. I THROUGH SHLLS OP 1.\npi(; '!',,: .ALL.: I'OIXT +t'
W.\K'KX 1". SdOTT,
(',.I.etibralf: ; llewnm Nassau (Imnty.K'Ttuimlina. l For freight, passage nitt-s. and ..-Ii 'lui!>s" "or further Information,apply to ,. .
: Fla. ),' ', r7,1RS5. J St. 'n SOUTHWIC'K, Agent, ". .
-.- : '. FLORIDA: .:'.
FERNANDINA, ; ,_
Wcklcil. ()inters' 1. ': Nos. 30 & 31 Centre, St., Fernandina ., C. H. MALLORY V CO'., ;. .... : ','. <. "
\t ,- /...f.WliiTMip., i .C; CIIUYI-KR'S.. :.. ,;:> ; ( .. : Pier 20 East t:1\"p"\'k.: .,: .....:,. ,,. ,. .. .- ". _' 1r. -'e.
--i/ ; '
: Jf '
> # ? >- < / .' t :" '" ; I r'
'o,4: : : ., '$: .': >: I ;. :.';'i. : >r_ '. ; ';; : ':t.: ,::;;' {:< :: fL'j: : : 7\-"',.,''!' -f: <;-\"jc': ,'.


I
.

..
-

>..} ,.".. ....''"...i1.,:;, ..... .hI." ., ..:;!..,.....,..... .," .<,>f-is.1'',i-r.c ,";,...,':i.. :. .......'" :,-':: ,''''.v''';' T" ..,;".:.. ."' : ko.; .. -.. ,..., ...:.,-.'29- ...,.,,;;...... "' .. .. .
-
------



-, '''> ,'r ..,. -."\ '''''''}'''''''::> ;:.'fi' :;' ': "" '" ";- .. .ft "
__. ...., .., .. ..." "..-.. J.rl'> ,, ,....,.r'.N .? ';1;. ... r.''ff.; :;:'fiY&, .. .; : b rt '*
,: 7. : : :c : '; : : f
: ; f"r: ? : : :
:{
: ; \ ; .

.

i Y1 v.q : : : : .


.
.
'i f'U'
i iqy '

.., ...':.': ,.;.... \ ; ',

.,:."..........., "" .. .. .. ....1.. ._. .; ''1HL':--FLutllVA MIRROR .JA '.BYr..9-_ "-,='-1886'n., .... -.,.--. ,- ,.._... '-. ,__H__.,_ ...

7.+ e

GENERAL' DIRECTORY. Sheriff G. "W. Epperson, Lake Butler. 'I MADISON COUNTY.- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ':s ::!- 1

,... Collector of Revenue. -Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi : [ V [[r-J:: !
'
United States! Officers.' Starke. son. Slieri 'Sale. yc'0d0 : 'i 1,.

t LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.degistcr Superintendent. Schools-J. L. Hill, Lake Sheriff{ S. A. Parramore, Madison. : and by:.virtue of an execution is- ,-1 00---::: 0 -5"'ci "

l :, -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Butler. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison U'XDER of'the Circuit Court Fourth 32: p-.otj= :;(tj:;

:/lectiver-J01111 F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel'J. Perry, Judicial: Circuit, iii and for Nassau County, ym yomo0 Q

.- i: Surveyor-General McClellan.. y'JudlJames A. McCrory, City Madison. in a suit in said Court determined, whereinP. .: ;.:O -uu=rc I
'Y Point. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. I. Courter is plaintiff and Clarence N. r;j ... 0. Clo .
*r :, DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.!: Collector of Revenue B. V. Wads worth f Brewster defendant, and George Henry garnishee o M
"t ...
}Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff M. E. English. Titusville. Madison. I have levied Upon and will sell at .=,..-. .-.r -3"
"f S JIx.rltfJ.l-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. .Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed, Titosville. ,MANATEE COUNTY. public auction in front of the Court-house p -jx- ;2'-' :o:
Clerk-Philip Walter,'Jacksonville. o o ::" ,ooO
Sclwol.s-John H. Laws
Superintendent of in the
city PVrnandina. on Monday, the >
County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee. 2 3 "Q 3 :::j
D4r' "FI INTERNAL REVENUE. City Point. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. 4th day January, A. D.188G, all the right, 00:0, oo yr. M::
CALHOUN. title and interest which had ..... wti .... 8.hcD
i Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Sheriff A. Watson, Pine Level. George Henry r: O"4* _
Countyjudge-William Clark. Collector ,13. Carlton on the 27th day of May, 1882, or at any time rn
,
'A1. COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. of Rel'enue-Henry :;.p t=jQ'
Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fort Green.. thereafter in and to Lot one((1)), Section four- o. 0 ..rC t

ti lr' John W. Howell, Fernandina. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, teen ((14)), Township two ((2)), North. Range ::: ; -; py 4...
Edwin Hisgins, Jacksonville. East joo::: ::: = tj I IZ I
Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Pine Level. twenty-eight ((28)) containing fifty-four: o :. ?
John F. House, St. Augustine. '
Collector of Ret'enue-Joel P. Atkins. MARION COUNTY. acres' Q m'o: ay
Tenns.cash: purchaser paying for title.J. "'SPp':> 14rn
Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well. :;;
c" + # State Officers. County Judge-J. II. Williams, Ocala. A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff. '::: g't- p:: 3 0 :.:.:. c
A CLAY COUNTY. Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. December 3d 1885. ::; ::: M)
Fernandina, Fla., ":1'< Q ;:;- 3 '
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange herif--E. T. Williams. Ocala. o Ooo ::,,_ ,y' '

. r (o/Jernor-gJwilrtl A. Perry, Tallahassee.I Park. Collecor of Ret'enueV. P. Trantliam, Sheriff! Sale. ."m r,-_oooo- tj:; F Li i

s' Lierttellant- Govemor- Milton II. Mabry, Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. and by virtue of an execution ji ra::: 5>"::'Q'>t"4_ 1 :'

: Leesburg. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne: TiNDER out of the Circuit Court Fourth ... P -2Phr

ti Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee Springs. Fort McCoy. Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, o S 8o'

"aN riM Collector of Refenue-'Y. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. in a suit determined, wherein E. E. S. Wad- ::<.1..g.....cw tj L! II

+''rk r a DJnptroller-\V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. leigh, Administratrix of'the estate of Win- 'Ga _-<,.<--IO t>.",'.....,. 0"4" Q

'etUurer-E. S. Crill. Mcllae. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. horn A. Sanborn, deceased, is plaintiff and ; <-c._;3 0"-$

AUomcyGmeralf.. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY., Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. Frank Foster and Joseph Longwood defend- '* 2 2- H:: irr o-?* ',..4.,

,see. County Judge-W.. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue Mason S. Moreno, ants, I have levied upon and will sell at c. S5" m oo >1
In' Commissioner of Lands-C. L., Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. public aution in front of the Court-house in S O s"OXJ (00 t) Z,

Superintendent of Public Instruction-.A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key the city of Fernandina. on the first Monday OcG0 Z

Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. in January, A.'D.1880, being the 4th day of 'jn "as O"'S, ""+. .:Il-3 0

Aeljutant-General-David Lang. Superintendent of Schools W. A. Sheffield, :NASSAU COUNTY. said month, a steam pile driver, levied uponas ::I.t1":1: -'"tg"'..'t:! .....
:
::
SUPREME COURT. '* Lake City. the property Foster and Longwood. 0 .......w

Geo. G. McWhorter.AxsuciateJustice DADE.. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. c.::IooC"C"...;;:D00P <::t::> j
Chitf Justice- dina. ...
sty 4 A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff. ; 00
-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge,Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Fernandina, Fla., December 3d,'1885. z.:03.--.w,4r OooI rn
1-40 p
.
.
: to Clerk' T. W Faulkner.
hassee. ; Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Iv! oo -a
i Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Wm: M. Mettaur. o='
S Assessor Taxes Wm. H. Garland Fer- In Court.
Justices
of -
M S :! _
Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm Ewan. .-... rn
nandina.
Tallahassee. "" -Charles Peacock. STATE OF FLORIDA, NASSAU COUNTY. : 5""zi '
! ,Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Collector of Revenue
r Collector Revenue Warren F. Scott Fer-
t of To Mrs. Martha Schuyler and Geo. W. Schiiy-

? ; CIRCUIT JUDGES. ,, .., tr DUVAL" '_COUNTY.. .,e. nandina. ler:
1' Vt 'First CircuitAugustus E. Maxwell.'Peh-; County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, You are hereby notified that a writ of at- .

sacbla." sonville. Evergreen. tachment has been issued against you, and

;Second Circuit-David S. Walker.,Tallahas-J ..., Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville.. County 7Tea.mree-Gustav Stark, Fernan- your property attached, to ,satisfy the demand :- :ti l 'y "1
SSH 'r see Sheriff Henry D. Holland:Jacksonville. dina. of W. B..C. Duryee, amounting to .:; \ .

-a.' Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. .. Assessor! of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jacksonville -' ;ORANGE. COUNTY. i $70.15. Now, unless you shall appear beforeW. ... ..t.", ?-.'f"'I' .I I -*s ,

3 t .t 1 i I 'fourth Circuit-James M.Baker, Jackson :, s County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. F. Livingston, a"Justice'bf. the Peace in f-c'J E f'ff_ ''''-'-''' ,",". .''," if i--" ..,
ha r fl! ville. : Collector ; of Revenue-Moses tJ.,; ''Brown. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. and for'said county, at his-bffice at Fernan 1'1
Circuit Thomas F. King Gainesville dina the first of A.D. ,1 '/' I ., -..
Fifth Jacksonville. ," Collector of Revenue-F. ,T. Hardeman, Or on Monday February, ..' < f/ t-
-I' .. Superintendent of Schools-William H:Bab-, lando. .. 1886, at 10 o'clock the morning,judgmentwill ; .

r. Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Schools John T. Beeks. be rendered against you, and your property '-'Y": ."" '- ... -"rJfl" ", ." '"",
Superintendent of .f 4 _, '.
. . .. 2s "
: Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. ; : i' 4 41 >4 sold to pay the debt. I i : :: .. : :
'ESCAMBIA.d Orlando. : ,}f"" f'; .: : ,_ 'i
Dated this 2d day of December.A.D.1885. .
0. Fries Orlando. .. ,
.
SuJ'tJeyor-J. '
.
Tate.ClerkF.
/ ..( Cqunty Judge-Walter { ;
r,,,, .h C.. art' Calendar '" la Rua Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. ,H. J. BAKER, ,' I. '
E. de
dec5 8w Plaintiffs .
Attorney. !;r ff: :! ,Hf ":::1 't'
f FIRST CIRCUIT. 'Sheriff-Joseph'Wilkins. POLK; .
',,' -14.\' <, ; : '
( ; : : :
;
I' i Fall Term- Treal'Urer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A..Fortner. Sheriffs Sale. # .
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Manuel Palmes.
Collector of Revenue- Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
and by virtue of an execution ,, ..
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Schools-N. B. Cook. UNDER "" -r":.. ...-
Superintendent of Sheriff W. H. Jonson. out of the Circuit Court Fourth I' '0; :> -
:\< :
. Holmes, Wednesday after 4th Mondayin FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Seville. Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, ',..< ''i':.'. -.1" ..". ... ',,' ,""'',.
October. < "
G. Baker. Collector of Revenue-J. D..Tillis. in a suit determined, wherein Joseph C.Readis 3i't '
after 4th Judge-Robert
2d Monday Monday Countg
Washington
Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. ..: : .
in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. plaintiff and John O'Donald defendant, I .

"Nd "p Jackson 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. have levied upon and will sell at public auc- ,
r ?+--"" ( ig:
. U tion in front of the.Cour.t-house in the -'t: ;
city
October. Treasurer R. H. Porter. Probate-T.S. Palatka. ; : : :.<: 1 "' ,' 1-'
Judge of Houghton, .. .. .
of Fernandina, on the first Monday in Jan- > u. 'I' #
in December. Collector Revenne-Geo e A.'Patton. '
catty c& Escambia, 1st Monday of Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
* ? section 2 of act of February of ools-Henry C. Hicks. uary, A. D. 1886, being the 4th day of said
+ This act amended $Superintendent Sheriff Geo. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. month, the east half of the northeast quarter :' ,'. ''-
10 1879 and does not change the Price.
GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph
of northeast quarter of Section 30, Township
; Spring Term. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public School*-A. J. Wood, 2; North, Range 25 East,and Lots 7 and 8 in
,
THIRD CIRCUIT. i
t + t y Term- .,' j.AI.. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka. Block 6, city of Callahan. Also, one and a
Spring in Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. half acres of land, situated, lying and being
t (v t-, Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday 7rea.mrer-A. W. Smith. County Judge John R. Kimbrew,Perry. in the city of Callahan, and described as follows -

Q April. in Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff: 'B. A. Tucker, Perry. : Commencing at a stake, said stake
M Madison, 2d Monday April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. being the southeast corner of lands owned THE FLORIDA
,., '' Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools T. J. Faulkner by the Trustees of the Free School,and run-
+,, Suwanee, 1st Monday after. 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY.
r Perry. ning west along the line of said school land
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. ,
i, in April. 3d after 4th Monday County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. County Treasurer D. S. Sutton,Perry. and lands belonging to John O'Donald, TOWN

'r.' Columbia Monday Clerk-J. M; Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. which bounds said lands on the north, two .
'Gig 1i in April. Sheriff-Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. hundred and ten feet to a stake; thence Fernandina
6th after 4th Monday ,
f Lafayette, Tuesday Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. south along the line of lands belonging to
i'r in April. Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid, John O'Donald. which bound it on the
Towns R. R.
Chain. on Line
F- Fall Term- County Judge-John
I west three hundred and fifteen feet to a
Jasper.
: ; Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
A t : HERNANDO COUNTY. stake; thence east along the line of lands And Cedar
Robert Robinson. Key.
October. Treasurer- to John Booth, which bounds it
,,,,f"ti Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rn'enue'v. J. Williams. on belonging the south two hundred and ten feet to a
in October. Clerk John C. Law, Brooksville. Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
Hamilton, 4th Monday Superintendent of -
stake,this line being parallel to the first line;
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. thence north along the lands belonging to
? Collector Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto.
of
2 f in October. in J. F. Shands Brooks- County Judge)[. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Jehu Booth, which bounds it on the east Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
; 'c.; Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes- three hundred and fifteen feet to place of

i October.Lafayette 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday xille.Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman tine.ClerkBartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. beginning. This line is parallel to the sec- number of the most eligible and desirable
,
iii, Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine ond line.
Floral
.y'' o in October. FOURTH CIRCUIT City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. J. ELLERMANN, Sheriff.

r I Spring St. John's Term-, 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools Peter S. Arnau, Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, 1885. City or Suburban Residences,

fair 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine.
Clay Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. In the Circuit Court,
Bradford! 1st Tuesday in April. UPON EASY TERMS.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. County Judgc-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU

r 4 i Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. COUNTY, FLORIDA. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

u" y a E Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sheriff J. F.: Galloway, Sumterville.

; Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Collector of Ret'ellue-I. N. Withers, Lees- THOMAS HADDOCK parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

i Tr St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff{ Thomas N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent. vs. }} Order.
MARY HADDOCK.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of Schools-C. F. Venable, It appearing from the affidavit filed in rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Tucker. Sumterville.
Collector of Revenue William
said that the defendant Had-
Mary
cause ,
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of School.s-'Vhitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
dock, is now in the State of Georgia and in
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge M. W. Phillips, Live Oak.
JACKSON. the county of Camden, as defendant be-
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. residence, or in which to conduct their
F. Baltzell. lieves,and that she is over the age of twentyone -
County Judge-George Live Oak.
John R. Sessions,
FIFTH CIRCUIT. Sheriff
C years; now, therefore, it is ordered that
Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, business. i
Andrew Scott. said defendant, Mary Haddock, be requiredto
Sumter 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Live Oak.
answer or demur to the bill of complainant -
, t :Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Collector 7Teasurer-James Retenue-John E. Heam.B. Anderson.' Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, filed in said cause on or before the first INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in of Welborn.
Schools Samuel J. Erwin. : Monday in January, A. D. 1886.
t lt March. Superintendent of VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames by for term of from I
'" Witness, John A. Edwards, Clerk of said exemption a years
I i Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. H. Chandler, Enter- Court, and the seal thereof, this 2d day of +'

March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. December. A. D. 1885. taxation, offered by the several cities and

Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff-D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. JOHN A. EDWARDS,

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

Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. W. LEWIS
a dr + Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New Fernandina.
+ 4 Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. .
7rea.mrer'V. M. Girardeau Mon- Smyrna.
County ,
' ? Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. J* Office, Duryee building (up stairs),

': Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-R. S. Smith. tJ'b.e! ww.The corner Centre and First streets.
r Alachua 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday
,
?' ticello. Sheriff Charles Alligood,Crawfordville.
. in November.
: LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. .
I y t SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Best Newspaper in America,
; Spring Term County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy.
. Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff G. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. W. Walker Craw- and by far the Most Readable.
Treasurer W.
' 4 Volusia, 3d Monday February. Clerk Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County ,
wanted to
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew fordville. Agents everywhere earn .
t Dade,3d Monday in April.I Troy. Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- money in distributing the Sun's Pre- :;. ; .. .
i fordville. "
all.Term-' County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New miums. ; ,

Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. .-' <

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue J.T. Gates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. The most interesting and advanta- ,
'
Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. offers ever made by Newspaper i a 1 ',
geous any r'f'r ; .
r Dade, 2d Monday in November. Sheriff--John C. McSween. :,

., LEON COUNTY. Treomrer-James E. Bowers. ::'. : :': i- ;,' ,
County Judge-E. M. West Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-W: B. McLeod. :
f
:, County Officers. No Subscriber ignored or neglected. ,1 ,.'
Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. :.'r tJ'i,, }t' '
for '* .. :: ,
ALACHUA. all.
'" Clerk G. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. Something : ,

ville.County Judge Junius C..Gardner, Gaines- Tallahassee.Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in ':1.. ,' .

Clerk D. D. Melvin. Standard Gold andotherWatchesVamableBooks
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. : ,
-I'' Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff S. W. Davis. Miller. the Best Family Sewing Machine ,-" i :

,4 11. Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Collector Treasurer-Thomas Ret'enue-John J. Roche. known to the trade, and unequaled list lr ,

ville. LEVY COUNTY.ClerkJ. of Bush. of objects of real utility and instruction. :r : t ; r .

f Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry ;. -, A

Gainesville. Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. Rates, by Mail, Postpaid: ti.

a BAKER COUNTY. Collector of Revenue 17. H. Anderson, Notice: for Final Discharge. DAILY, per Year(without Sunday) $6 00 a

4r k County Ju.dgT. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. IK MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST DAILY, per Month(without Sunday) 50'' ;<.; :; .

3f?' fl! Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, S publication of this notice I will presentto SUNDAY, per Year 100 I c .'" ,'... -i
'
A? ,Sheriff J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. the Hon. H. J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 700 : --'. ':' .t ; ,_:.
Ilttenue-J. W. Barnsed San <;
Collector of LIBERTY. Nassau county, my final accounts and WEEKLY, per Year I 100 "
i derson. County Judge-R. F. Hosford. vouchers executor of the estate of
as
Address THE SUJfJfew,, York City.
Schools Wni. Lessene ,
t t 1L Superintendent of Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for a
Sanderson. Sheriff D. G. Harrell. final discharge. -

BRADFORD COUNTY. Tf'etUurer-J. E. Roberts. JOHN A. ELLERMANN, T HE MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING send for our Select List of
Ctunty Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. ) Collector of Ret'enue-L. G..Wilder. Executor. House is noted for the artistic mannerin ADVERTISERS aperJ. Geo. P. Rowell & Co-

Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools- .T.J.Gregory.: Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m which it executes all kinds of Printing. 10 Spruce Street ew York.




*r-i ,
''MS'Yr
II


., \. .
... ,..' .., ... ,,. '. .'.., ','-,: -_ ". ... .. ,. .." J
; :
fo.; ; \ rt"--t ;';';"' '.c <', ,,' .._...';" ',; '::.J.w; ";<"' ::6"'.... ;;;; :::.;<, &,; ; ;;i/.O: ""'!;' ""'.#""'> >iJ i.if '::'''''" -.A.rrr'' ;'>:;;::':b >I'>;",, -,,,-1o.r''" ""' ''" '-'''d d.:J.l .,...- .I



,._'. -" .' -" ". b"raartnY,;=,:"!'.' }'; .. .. .. r ... t. :. t. s9'; i' 1.f. .. y LL':r.
,
'
... :; : ', .'c. : .. ,.: ..: ': ;':..;, -':. >;: ; .r \, .. ':." : : ..' "" .r' ; :

r .'.-, .
:. '
:

'. 3

t

THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JANUARY 9, 1886. -



SEA-ISLAND- ROUTE NOTICE ,OF REMOVAL.R. RAILROADS Savannah,Florida &Western, R'y. :Ar.'Interlachen............' G.lOa m 4.06 p m
-- Ar.JT&KWJune..7.30ain
: 4.55 pm
., G.. McQUITTY WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka......'.'.........7.40am 5.lOpm

MERCHANT, TAILOR Florida Railway & Navigation Co. :Ar. Jacksonville........... 1.22pm 7.12pm
THE KEY LINE STEAMER, All trains of this road are ran by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .

Has removed} his 'Jsiness to the rooms overMeddaugh's ((90th) :Meridian time, which is 33 minutes Ocala Leesburg..... ............) Fast Mail

grocery store, on Centre street. slower than Jacksonville time., For Pemberton's Ferry ............ >
He has received an assortment of seasonable THE KEY LINE, -' For Astor...................." ............J 11.45 a m
goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto ON and after Sunday, T.r. .T.TY M make them up to' suit all tastes in the EMBRACING- THE WESTERN, CENTRAL AND Trains will. leave and arriveas For Jacksonville........} ..._...... ..............
best style. SOUTHERN DIVISIONS. follows: For St. Augustine.... 3.00am 2.05pm
Repairing neatly done. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS..
Fernandina Fla., July 12, 184. Leave Jacksonville TRAINS ARRIVE GAINESVILLE..
daily at... 7:30 a m
CENTRAL ((90TH MERIDIAN) TME. ONE HOURSCHEDULE Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 ,, Frm Pemberton's Ferry........... ) Fast Mail

STNICHOLAS, J"_ A. :RYDER SLOWER THAN WASHINGTON, D. C. Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a pm m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............}[ ..............
CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. Arrive at Waycross daily at.10:00 a m From Ocala................ ............ 3.05pm :
-PRACTICAL- IN EFFECT NOV. 15,1885. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m From Palatka........... "J Ex. Sun. ......?..?.. i
-- Arrive at Bainbridge daily at....... 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... f .*.......*..... .....*......*. 1
BLACKSMITH AND WHEELR1GHT Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50: p m From St. August in e...j 9.30pm 12.45pm \

RECENTLY FITTED UP IS APPLE-P1E ORDER. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.WE Western and onthwestern Fast Line. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m, STEAMER A. J. LANE. 1 1

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

PLYING regularly between Fernandina and all work entrusted to our a.m.p.m.7.30,!........ Lv......_J ackson Vllle..Ar ........ 8.40 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg...........................10.30 a m !F
Savannah upon the following care promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work 8.14....... ............Bald\v........... ........ 7.48 cola and A.tlantip.Railroad daily for Pensa-, Returns to Leesburg.................... 4.45pm t
schedule carefully Done reasonable rates.:!; WoodWork 9.451........ Ar..Lake Clty..Lv ........ 6.13 cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only -afternoon -
LEAVE FERNANDINA every Monday, i in all of its branches, at living prices 10.36 _...... .. ...........Live Oak.......... .. ........ 5.1! Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- trip : I
arrival 11.44 ........ ............JHadison............ ........ 3.53 wick take this train
Wednesday and Saturday, p. m., upon and at short notice.IlorseShoeing. arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 pm
trains at Savannahthe p.m. I ICOXECT'ION'S.
arriving B.&W.R.R.at7.40p.in.
of evening 1.30 ........ .........Ionticel1o.........: ......... 3.20
following mornings. a Specialty.Furniture 2.091........ .........Tallahassee........ ....._ 1.15 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this 1
LEAVE SAY ANNAII every Sunday ; y&r- repaired, repainted stained 3.20 ........ .............Quincy............. .. ......_ 12.01 train, Savannah to Pensacola. Mobile .
Tuesday and Thursday:, p. m., and! reaching varnished Wire Safes made to order at a.m. and New Orleans. i
: or
Fernandina the following mornings. 4.00......... .......Ri'\"er Junction...... II .......11.20 Pullman Palace Sleeping; Cars Jackson- At Palatka. with Jacksonville, Tampa &
at Savannah with all rail short notice.A '4.55 _...... ..........larianna ... ......? 10.49 ville to Cincinnati via Key West Railway and 'fast river steamersfor
Connections share of the public patronage solicited. 7.00.DeFuniak, Spring.:.. ........ 8.40 Jesup. St. Augustine Green Cove Jacksonville \
lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Respectfully, 10.35......_ .........-Pensacola-......... II ....... 5.05 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- and all Spring, -
Savannah vessels to and from New York J. A. RYDER. a.m. ville to St. Louis via Waycross. points North East and

and Boston and at Fernandina with trainsfor 3.10....... ............lobile.............. ........ .1220p.1n. West and with up-river steamers for South r
FAST MAIL. Florida also with the twin-screw iron
; new
all Florida points.A.. 0.. :MACDONELL, CURTIS .fc CO. 8.15.,........ .. .........XC\\ Orleans........ .. ........ 7.00 Leave Jacksonville daily at... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka" and steamship J 1

..... ........ .. ........ of Monticello for r
Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., G.fJO.. ... .. lontgomery. 8.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m City Charleston, New
ESTATE AGENTS
REAL p.m., .1 a.m. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 York Boston, Philadelphia, etc.
E. MAXWELL, Fernandina Fla. ST. MA GEORGIA 7.25 ...... ...........Xllshville........... ........ 7.50 Leave Thomasville at. 2:10: p m m Mail trains make close connection both 1 .

D. General Superintendent, a.m.1.40!........ II ..........Eyansville.......... II ........ 1.00 Leave Callahan daily 3:15 p m ways'via Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West ,
Fernandina, Fla. Loans procured Mortgages negotiate dex- .. Arrive at Waycross daily 5:05: p m Railway,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast
changes effected. ....... ............St. Louis..:......... ........ .115 Arrive at Jesup daily at. 6:38: p m Line-Fast Mail.
Mill S ices', Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 8.001. .a.m. Arrive at Savannah at......... 8:25 At Wait's Crossing with Florida
2.20,........ ...........Louisyille........... ........ 1.00 daily p m & Co. Railway
USE acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 : Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m Navigation for Waldo.At .

acres, for sale. : ........ II .........Cincinnati.......... ......... p.m 8:45: Arrive at Washington D.C., daily..11:45 p m Gainesville with Savannah Florida &
N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas 6.35.......... .........Indil1napolis....... II ......... 3.5& Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00: a in Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savan-
C. A. Wt rOOLSEY'SJERSEY the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi ......... ............Chicago ............ II ........ 3.45 Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars nah, New Orleans and all points North, ;
the made for Govern Savannah East and West and with Florida '
Canal (under survey Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. to New York without change.EAST ; Railway
ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Baggage checked through. FLORIDA EXPRESS. & Navigation Company for Cedar Key,
construction of which having been grantedby Pensacola New Orleans and Tampa.At .
Leave Jacksonville at..........
CITY the United States Government and the daily 7:20 p m Ocala, with :Florida Railway & Navi-
Central an d outhern Divisions-Quick Line Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m gation and hacks for
Legislatures; of Georgia and Florida, a large Company, Silver
increase in the value of adjacent lands may North and East! :Leave at Callahan daily at.:. 8:35 p m Spring.At .
-' IITE LEAD: be confidently looked for." (See New YorkSun,27383.1 Leave Gainesville daily at........ 6.00 p m Leesburg with the St. John's & Lake
''Leave Live Oak at 8.55
daily
m
p
D'wnl Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
Read Read Up.a.m.P.m.1 .
Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:00 pm Railway and boats on Lake Harris for
10.00 5.00 Ly..Fernandina..Ar: Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p m points on lake.
\ a.m.\P.m.\
-AND I Post-Office Notice. 11.26 6.35Ar.! ..........Callahan..Lv Arrive at Jesup daily at..12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
8:00 to 6:00 M.I Arrive at Thomasville at...... 7:15 F
Office Hours-From : A. M p. 11,45 8.25 Lv..Jacksonville..Ar 6.20 220p.m. daily a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort Bade,
Sunday hours, 10:30: A. M. to 11:30 A. M. .\ \ Arrive at Albany daily at.10:30 a m Tampa, and South Florida. i
Money Orders and Registered Letters from 1233 9.25 Ar........... llaldwin..Lv 5.45 1.30 Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 am.. 0. W. BROMWELL,
READY-MIXED PAINTS 8:00: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00: p. M a.m. Arrive! at :Macon daily! 8:50 a m : General Pass.Agent.
to 3:30 m.ARRIVAL 7.30 9.30!Withlacoochee..Ar 7.4 7.40 Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m : SHERMAN CONANT
p. 7.50 ........St.Catherine......... 7.5 7.25 i
AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. 9.501" Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m General Manager.Traveler's .
... .. .... "
Transit & Peninsular Railroad- 8.40 ..... .Panasoffkee. ; 6..45 6.45a.m'l Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 pm'

J8 THEY ARE THE BES1.saXALSOMINE Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45 p. M. ::: p.m.5.10 ............Orlando............ 9.2: 10.10 Arrive at Washington daily.10:30 a m -'
Brings mails from the North, the 8.20 ............Tavares........... II 6.10 8.10 Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Guide.
Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular 6.59 9.02 ...........Leesburg.......:.... II 5.20 7.38 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
railroads. 7.21 9.55 e. ........._.Wildwood.......... II 4.40 7.08 Waycross and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading
_...... ............ II
Closes Sunda.10:00 M. 8.34 11.3. .... OcaIn. 3.05 5.56 Cars via Jacksonville Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of infor-
daily except A. Jesup to
8.55 11.53 ........silver Spring........ 2.36 5.32 ,
Takes mails for the North, the a.m. Connections at Atlanta with Western and mation to the traveling public. To be reliable -

Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular 9.48 12.52 ...............Citra.............. 1.38 4.29 Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and it should be correct. The managers of
All Shades 50 CENTS Pack roads.Leesburg 11.02 2.18 Ar............_Waldo........... ..Lv 12.05 3.12 Georgia Railroads for all points West and the different railroad and steamer lines will '
per train arrives daily......... 8:40 A. M. 7.00 ......- Lv..Cedar Key.-r.Ar ....._ 1.25 Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
of Five Pounds. Brings Western mail only. 8.42.._ ............Bronson............ ........ 5.29 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- by notifying us of changes made in the run-
age Femannma & Jacksonville Railroad- 9.13....... .. .............Archer............. ........ 4.56 ville to Louisville via Thomasville. ning time, when they will be promptly cor-
; 10.06....._ ........Gainesville.....:.... ........ 3.57 rected. [ '
Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:15 A. M. p.m Connections at Montgomery with Louisville ] f

Brings the Jacksonville and St. 11.08 2.30 .............\V aldo....._....... ". 11.50'3.15. and Nashville Railroad for New --
*". John's river mails. p.m. '. Orleans and Texas points and the West and .
,.t FOR "SALE, AT Closes daily except Sunday..10:30: A. M. 12.03 3.23 ..............starke............. 11.10 2.22 Northwest. At Savannah with Central TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
Sunday JailJacksollville 1.22 6.00 .. ........_Baldwin..........::'" 9.35 12.40a.m.. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and Day Passenger Train leaves

and St. John's River, 225: 7.20 Ar.........Callo.han..Lv 6.50 11.33 Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail- For Cedar Key and Wildwoodand \ '"
R. L. ARNOW'S arrives....................................10:25: A. 10,[. p.m.1 I way for all points North,.with steamshipsfor all points on Transit Road........10.00 a. m. -" ,
Northern mail arrives............*..... 9:00 p. M. 8.45 1.25Ar..sayannah..Lv! ...... 7.01 New York Boston and Baltimore. At Savannah and all points North .
Jacksonville, St. John's Riverandthe a.m. p.m. Charleston with steamships for New York and West................................10.00 a. m.

No. 43 CENTRE STREET. North closes...................... 6:00 A. M. 10.45....... II ............Atlanta............. ......- 3.30 Philadelphia and Baltimore, (connecting at Callahan.)
Jacksonville and St. John's River 6.50'........ ..........Cincinnati.......... ......- 8.41 Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all .

only closes.............................. 4:00 p. M. II a in. and Steamship connections, and Baggage points on the Florida Central & 4
SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. p.mm 1.53....... ..........Charleston.......... ......_ a.m.3.00 Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths Western Railroad................ ...10.00a.m. .

GEORGE F. LEWIS, Agoa-b.: 6.55.......I ..........Richmond........... u .......10.49 and sections secured at Company's office in (connecting at Baldwin.)
WANT): -Ladies to work for us at their own 11.56 ........ ......-lvashington......... ........ 6.00 Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at Depot Day Passenger Train arrives
7 to $10 per week can be quietly a.m. and board From Cedar Key Wildwood and
NO CURE NO PAY made. No photo. pamtin; no canvassing. For 1.30....... U ..........llaltimore.. ......... u ........ 4.10 Ticket Office on People'sLine ,
full particulais please address, at once, CrescentArt Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCUEE all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m
Co., Boston, Mass., Box 5170. 4.40.-, II .......Philadelphia........ ........jP.m. and JENNIE LANE. From Savannah and all points in .
Money refunded and no questions asked if 8.00i.; .....1 I ....._...Xe\v York-......... : ........ JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55p.m.
.lon.xsovs CJIIM and lrJ:"EIt TOXIC General From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
fails to cure any case of CHILL AND FEVER or NOTE-HEADS. LET ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Passenger Agent.
BILIOUS FEVER. A specific for Chill and }'ever BILL-HEADS etc., neatly printedat R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. all points on the Florida Central
and preventive of Malarial troubles. Price liD the MIRROR office.FOR between Jacksonville and Orlando and Mont- & Western Railroad..............._ 3.55p.m.
and Orlando.
Pent'. For sale by PEARCE & IIOBBS, and gomery Train leaves i
HOLT'S Jacksonville, Fla. Send CONNECTIONS; : I Florida Southern Railway CO. Night Passenger
for circulars I'IIARMACY.to JOHNSON & CO., Sole Proprietors FINE PRINTING. SEND YOUR At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for For Wildwood.......................... 5.00p.m.For .
Monticello Fla. to the MIRROR office. Savannah and all points North
,
Palatka and all landings ; at St. Catherine with
Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, ORANGE BELT ROUTE. and West................................ 5.00 p.n1.
Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburgwith (connecting at Callahan.)
steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, 'GOING SOUTH.
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. From Cedar Key Wildwood, and
lando with South Florida Railroad'for all pointson Lv. Jacksonville via all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a. m.
their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat From Savannah and all points in
J. T. & K. W. R'y. 7.45 a m
Company, for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon St. : via the North and West................. 9.45 a.m.
Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc. Lv. Augustine i
rt rtH. St. John's Railway................. 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
all points on Florida Central &
Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p m 9.45 a m
FERNANDINA: &JACKSONVILLE :BRANCH. Ar.Interlachen. 6.30 p m 10.50 a m 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. 2.50p.m. Ar. Rochelle............... 8.40pm 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily except SundayFor
Ar.Jacksonville............... 8.45" 4.35"
B. AIKENS Lv. Jacksonville................-. 9.25 5.10" Lv. Rochelle 9.05 p m 12.20 p m Jacksonville........................ 7.20 a. m.
Ar. Fernandina................_11.00 6.36" Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 p m For Jacksonville ........................ 2.50p.m.
(SUNDAYS ONLY.) Ar. Micanopy .12.50 a m 12.50 pin 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. m.
Ar. Jacksonville........._...... 8.26" 4.56" Ar. South .Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville...................... 6.30p.m.
Lv. Jacksonville...............- 9.10 5.:0"::: Ar. Leesburg.............. 7.00am 3.55pm Bundfl1o1111-

=: HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER : Ar. Fernandina................10.36 6.56" Lv. Leesburg.............. ............ 4.00pm From Jacksonville ....................10.36 a.m.

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

FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Connections made at Fernandina every Sundayand Ar.:Astor.................... Daily. 6.45pm. From New York. direct every Tuesdayand
Thursday with the Florida Steamship Com- Lv. Fort Mason...........10.00 a m 5.00 p m Friday eveing, at 3.oop.m.
pany for Savannah, Charleston,New York and Ar. Eustis..................110.10:: a m 5.10 p m .
CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
C Boston.BRUNSWICK Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 p m .
to :r AND INLAND S.,B. CO. Ar. Lane.Park...........J.1.00 a'm 5.45 p m For Jacksonville and Palatka,by City of
Connections at Fernandina daily from and to Palatka or City of Monticello, every Mondayand
Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. GOING NORTH. Thursday. From Charleston same days
Collyer leaves at 2.30 p.m.A. .Daily. Fast Mail. For Charleston, by-same steamers every
o. MACDONELL, Daily.Lv. .Sunday and Wednesday. From Palatka and
General Passenger and. G. Ticket COLEMAN Agent.W. Astor ... 7.30am Jacksonville sanie days.

Gen. Tray. Agt., Jacksonville,Fla. Lv. Lane Park.............. 3.30 pm 8.40 a m CUMBERLAND ROUTE.
D. E. MAXWELL, Gen.Sup't., Fernandina,Fla. Lv. Altoona................. 8.50 a m
< I PAPER HANGING KALSOMINING IE I Lv. Tavares................ 3.50 p m 8.55 a m Steamer'Thos. Collyer, for. Bruns-
Notice of Incorporation.. Lv. Eustis.. 4.20 p'm 9.15 a m wick daily at......;........ ............ 2.30 p.m.
I (connecting at Brunswick withE.
HE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE Ar. at Fort Mason. from T. V. & G. R.R. for.Northernand
.' Lime Park'....:... 4.30 p m 9.20 a m
JL notice of the formation of Western points.) .
Ar. at Fort Mason from Steamer Thosl:Coilyerfrom Bruns- ;i

THE EAST GEORGIA FLORIDA RAIL- ,Astor..._9.40 a m wick daily at..........................12.15 p.m, ,

) ROAD COMPANY, Lv. Fort Mason.... 9.50 a m ST. MARTS RIVER. .
Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.3.5 a m
for the purpose!' of constructing, maintaining Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-' "-
PAINTING OF ALL. KINDS. and operating a railroad for public use L":. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 am, ', For St. Marys and CrandallTues ,,00

in the conveyance of persons and property Ar. Leesburg ._10.25 a m 'day and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m.
from the St. Mary's Rh'er.it or nearly opposite Ex. Sun. For St. Marys and Dungeness, on *
DONE AT REASONABLE RATES AND IN HRST-CLASS: :MANNER. : the City of St. Mary's, Georgia i to the Lv. Leesburg.. 6.30 p'm 10.45 a m Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p.m;
City of Jacksonville, 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._..V..:.10."0 p m 1'" ,- p ra Monday and Thursday........... 8.00a.m.

Counties of Nassau and Duval, Florida. Micanopy:...2.45 a m 2.05 p m. Steamer Martha arrives- .
"". T. DILL Ar..Rochelle. 3.35 am 2.35 p m, 'From St. Marys and Crandall, on

H. S. MORSE Lv. Rochelle................ 3.50 a m 2.40 p m, Monday and Thursday............- 7.00'a.' .m.
SHOP LOCATED IN SWANN'S CONCRETE BUILDING, W. E. KAY, ,Ar. Gainesville............. 4.20 a m 3.05: p m From St. Marys and Dungeness, .

A. II. COX. Lv. Gainesville.._......... 3.00 a m 2.05pm on Wednesday and Saturday.... 9.00 a.m .
C. P.. GOODYEAR. Lv. Rochelle... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,. I

FOOT OF CENTRE STREET ,0".>:.. ,: Jacksonville, Fla.; ", September 17. 1SS5. ,.' ;Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a m 3.24 p m Tuesday and Friday......,......... 2.00p.,,- n, .- .

'.: ,, t' > ." :',' ,. ,. l --i
-.: ,
I ,: ., ,' ..' .,. _,;"\ 'o'_ .' : ,
: i: ";'"" ; ',': .









.. .. -- -i- 'I -- .- '- ,.. .. c ;a : ",q 1i" "" .-



; ,.....tf"i""."' "" :"i'' ', "'!"?' '.. ,' ''.'*. ''':::'''r '':,""J'I. :' iT:.. T., -f', ". .::;'' .rn, ....,. .!;;72'r' :," :'''-; '. ',, -- T" "
1" '
"
: -'"i ,: ; "
; ,
: : : : !:!/:;; ':<:o. : ,

,
> >? ,

r i iUEBTr


... 1
;" I :
}+,. } 'i'" ,, ". .
... .. .. .
.. ,- THE FLOiUDA. .MIRROR : JANUARY .9, 1886. w. : '" _

Y t'
_-
-
i THE FLORIDA MIRROR Governor. Perry has appointed Mr. Noah Camilla Urso.TH EGMONT HOTEL -

}" &f'it r A. Hicks of Dutton, a Justice of,the :Peace -. ,

fi \:>/! for Nassau County. A good appointment.A K CELEBRATED VIOLIN VIRTUOSO IX,CONCERT. EERNANDINA, FLA., 'sIl.Garden'
-4u A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS FI- Seeds
m! t mijl \:1 tI: '" hurricane passed over the Gulf of Mexico Great violinists, like great artists, are born, I I II
:
,
f't! Jteflecttotis. yesterday, passing to the Atlantic. The not made. Ole Bull, 'Ernst, Pagan Jti, Vieuxtemp NOW .PEN ltd ; 1 CROP OF \&? -$ i I I

m:: to',O' .. -- tail end struck us yesterday evening. During -, Camilla! Urso, Reim-nyl, Wilhelmj; ,

/ :; : ;:-;' Camilla Urso, the celebrated violin virtuoso the night it blew great guns from the are nartme:\' as well known' to'people of) musical UNDER EHTffiSLY NEW MANAGEMENT. In papers or in bulk, at I r

f.ili1j.- ;1\4 at Lyceum Hall on Monday night. west. This morning the ground in the culture List are the names of Howe.ll, I,
it
,.., !\. : .. streess was frozen. ,At daylight the ther- Janus,-Ca'fJcv.JL.'ir'J ; ::'- a''l t : 1 Unveil! to i',r:,f.is "VTEWLY PAINTED AND THOROUGLY FRED W. EOYT & CO'S. I,
itri1J ; BauknightX i ice house .atthe, foot of '
flre' mometer stood at 20. JLi renovated ; magnificently furnished ; .
,f of literary tu-Vr*: No wonder, then, that the i
{i. Brooine street., i is receiving extensive repairs. ', : sunlight in every room ;, Gas, Oral Anuneiators ,
I The Boston Photo Co.'will open 'a neat music lovers:! ofthuita a embled in full Hot and Cold Water Baths, Steam- I
The exercises at the public school in.this
iwf f 4 little tent on the vacant lot,nearly opposite!" force at IeGiveV.last r.i.rht;:' fo hear MadameUro heated and open Fireplaces.UNSURPASSED .
:; city will be resumed on Wednesday next
/ ,'. the Mansion House vherecustomers can be :\lHl"J her admirable; Cot11I'Jm\\ in a nro-"

; the 13th., >' f waited on in ferrotypes: about nest Tuesday j gram nw, (;every}number! of which, waxugpni.To ). CUISINE, ,

m The pastor of the Methodist Church being and in photos the next week following.; say; that Mii'lam1 Frs!)':; pa\inr! ; was all and complete comfort of guests assured.A. I,

: absent, no services will be held 1 l in that Improve this good opportunity, as they pur- that the mosj\ i exacting ciiticrouUl df-in.-i is II. IIASKINS, Manager.Buildin Corn Oats Hay: .Bran :

*f &, church to-mnrrow. pose stopping but a short time. quite uniHTca: ;<8iry! :ts'she ieknovIrtUrfN; .no ,
1 .
-
Read the comments of a I lending Southernjournal superior a-sn: (.i iolinirtuoo... and certain it *
t riI. on the concert given by the! Camilla Opening Hop at the F.gmont.Col. : i i-l: she has few, if { nv, equals." Her arti-nc Material. MIXED FEED, ES FLOUR, ETC i I II I;

r' !,. M 'Urso Company in Atlanta in December last. !. and Mr>. Hawkins will give the opening rendering of the "Cirnival1nflr'elt.CC'; will -- II

t :i".f". ..,., : Mr. Chas.' L. Plea-:1nt editor of the Jacksonville hop at the popular Kgnicuit on. Friday .long be roineinhered, l. as will her tr.'tUMyip-! BRICK, LIME. PLASTER, WHOLESALE AND nET \IL. I;

I dit Illustrated Hold Hews was in the evening next, January 15th. tion of the\J'Pt/waiu-e! i\'cr"--hoth! plavcdas

:ro ,;!;::jI. ; city this week, and made a call at the Jlimr The Tourist Hold to Open. ,encores.. 1 Madame J. "'. Ur:-;o's phrasing is CEMENT: SHINGLES, NAILS, ,
,,, i simply drl'ituyi' lld ; musician FRED W. HOYT & CO.
''i?,: t" office.t Mr. W. G. Eltenwoul'jll Tour- .:{ t cultivated : .
.r'J.. open the : / sis 3 h'i MfrJ 2t :her' -marvelous techtfJ : = ASII'DOORS AND BLINDS, ,
r Rev. Mr. Chandler pastor of the Methodist Pat Hotel on the loth in-K )lr. Ellen wood *, ?. .t -- I
: .her o-f erteeutieli'
aiulluTwnndpvfulfinjreMnjxi
nique. 'faeiJiry
r'f1I'f': : w!!;: Church, left for Orlandu Wednesday is a brother-iu-law of the late lamented : '. PAINTS AND: OILS.

;tJ I-: ::... ..; ,morning, to attend, the session nf the annual: Conductor Dasher who met an untimely ) : i ; :."Inc Writer". '.1.w.I: lu::irdPagnnini's l'
'
' .. *1!; conference. in that city. death in the railroad accident at 'dhorn FRED W. HOYT & CO. Retailers of Tobacco
,t'r ()ll/l111.! ) fiy lt4"IY; / :" i-\v: Whlsc'n.j! mil [IySauret
( 4-+ The office of Mr. J. 11 r. Bushnell, Chief last week. Mr. E. reports that Miss Dasher: hut with the --
t niter lightnoss; rare -
g
t:';4 ".:'> Engineer and Master of Roadway of the who was severely injured at the time, is # CAST SVE MONEY BY BUYIXCiFRO.1I
and
it Madame Ur.M last
delicacy given by 1)
I
: :t Florida Railway and Navigation Company rapidly rcco'eringShe will arrive here as When You Paint
w night. It was; the gem of thu e\uuuH.; ; US.
(1<.,. was transferred to Jacksonville this week. a guest of her brother-in-law next week. I
.
1.** .,' Madame Ur-'I'lar"l: ; an original l transcription --- -

.vr::1 :0. r:,;-t t t """. Dr. Snyder expects to make a professional JUagntflcrtn MI1'Ipr. of two 'w(>l1 known airs, Chopin's USE THE BEST PAINTS., THEII. WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE on :FOUR

t., ,'..:!}i'j'' tour down the road about l next Wednesday, A very remarkable optical phenolll(>nor "'aHzOiusG, !," and Schumann's "Trau- FIRMS: IN THE STATE THAT' BUY

t.::"...,'} .t1)S ,-,:. (,w the 14th, and parties wishing: immediate occurred on our coast on Friday night of merei. It takes a high cla::<> mu-ician. ,V. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare

: .I."Ja'..'.,,;.:.';,;r:))1}'. :' dental operations should visit him before last week. The captains and pilots of the interpret Chopin properly.! Jifetffv: tried it acknowledged to be of superior quality, LORILLARITS GOODS

t'.. .' ',.",!' ':.;..- that date. steam vessels along;: the Georgia and Florida in Atlanta and 1 failed ; Remenyi essayed it

t\ !-t" ?i.i: The Week of Prayer and Praise has been coasts report that the atmosphere on that and fell far short of the mark ; Blind Tom and will cover much more than cheaperand DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS
I
). :, 1. observed every night this week at the Pres, night was so clear that. the light on St. played the "Polonaise in C." and he, too,
lighter brands. Sold only by 1r-GET OUR .
; QUOTATIONS.FRED
'i.6 byterian church.; The attendance has been John's bar, usually visible only thirteen failed signally'!! other !great artist, such as .

:t .itl .,: quite large, considering (the inclemency of miles at sea, was easily discernible from St. Rive-King, Carreno, Beycrnun and: Von :1 FRED W. HOYT & CO. W. HOYT & CO. I

:..!,,,}: the weather. Simons, some forty miles distant and thatat Bulow have endeavored to attain that:
-
J
<.. one time all the lights from St. Simon's smoothness lightness and subtle limey so -
'f". ; : \ \ Have you secured your seats for the musical ,
;:A', '1',' entertainment at Lyceum Hall on to St. Augustine were in sight. Captain necessary in the rendering of all of Chopin's

rj r '"'ci Monday night? The chances of a real good Williams of the City of Texas and P. Den- composition, but it has remained for but

!, +r," .' ;, ,, ... musical treat are too few. Do not miss the nette, first officer of" the ship, both took two artists to play Chopin \rol'erlyJal1. FFFFF U U RRRR XX N II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEEF

J., !.; 1' '> 3 one the concert of Camilla Urso offers. notice of this phenomenon, as did also be- ame Urso and Anton Rubinstein. In the U UR RNN Nil T U UR H. E

.* "..., ,'' '" sides the pilots. Captain S. L. Dennette, "Traumerei" the large audience was held F U UR RNN Nil T U un REF
"1'H.I.: .111f Miss Hattie L. Baltzcll leaves this U URRNNNIITU URRE
: who now runs between New spellbound during the long r and beautiful
and
1,,"'l .;"' evening for Jacksonville, where she will Jacksonville Smyrna pianissimo passages and at the close broke FFFFWareRoom; U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEE

r,:'1 .::M:r make her home in the future. She leaves into F 'IT UR R N XXII T U UR R E
W deafening applause. F U UR R N NNII T U UR REF
." .
,4 with the good wishes for her future of a host
: Shipments from This Port. Every member of Madame Ur-o's: com- U U R RN NNII T U U R REF

F?::. 1; of friends, who regret exceedingly her departure During the past week the following ship- pany is worthy of special mention Mr. ; UUUU R R N NN II T' UUUU R n. EEEEE

:: t )' J from our midst. ments were made from this port via the New Sauret, brother of the violinist Sautet. over
(;
;.1.1'; I.,{'"{,''i. .' The steamship State of. Texas brought, on York and the Charleston steamship lines : whom all Europe at one time raved, is a

r'."; ':.: ;k. her last trip from New York, a small steam Per Mallory steamship State of Texas, for pianist of great excellence! and interpretedhis

a b' ';,"J-;{. 1 launch belonging to Major B. S. Henning, New York, Jan. 3-1,580 packages oranges, numbers_most_ acceptably. )Ir. Tel'butt, on Centre Street West of Second.

1" > r'; : r' '. President of the Florida Railway and Navigation 587 bales cotton, 720 sacks.cotton seed, 75 the English tenor, was fairly good, and sang ,

;. "Jtd- :j Company. The launch was forward- cases cedar, 51 barrels rosin, 39 barrels Kucken's song with feeling. Miss:: E-ty is a .

1.,,i.f.' : j"1<, "- ed to Cedar Key on :Monday last. spirits, and 42 packages merchandise.Per good soprano. She has a clear) full voice

;):if: ''': ;;;.. J The offices of Mr. A. 0. MacDonell, Gen- Mallory steamship Carondelet, for New and deserves the reputation she has.made\

,; l(,j I f ,.... eral Passenger and Ticket Agent, and of Mr. York, Jal 8-968 bales cotton, 1,320 packages in Boston, \yhe.'e.! she was !for a long time! a FRED W. HOYT & CO.

;lr: t4, F( ; F. B. Papy, General Freight Agent, of the oranges, 241 sacks cotton seed, 140 member of the Tremont Temple quartette.She .

"'4 :}? .;. Florida Railway and Navigation Company, cases' cedar, 37 packages merchandise.Per was encored vigorously, as \\as Miss

; ,, will be transferred to Jacksonville on the Charleston steamship City of Monti- Savage, whose recitations were well given.;:

rnor.; .; 15th inst., offices having been procured in cello. Jan. 3-5,140 boxes oranges, 30 bales The company, all in all, is by far the best

!t .t.; ;:.=i the new addition of the Everett Hotel, on cotton, and 56 packages merchandise.Per concert organization now traveling in the

qty; jt '! Julia street. Charleston-steamship City of Palalln, Son. .Atlanta. Constitution" Dec. 50.,ISSo.. 1

.i' \\it The schooner Ruth Darling cleared this Jan 7-2,325 boxes oranges, 44 bales cotton, .', .

,", :!J.: week with a load of choice yellow pine. and 107 packages merchandise. !, .MAIL INI:.
-
.... .. 7
f ,:'1 This is the fifth cargo that Major Dnryee,has 1'ort'oj; Fcruanilinn. 1$ \ -i!

:..,.:,). =;. shipped to the Manhattan Elevated Railroad Off For South America. 'HIGH WATCK.
.. .. ,,,.?.4 W WI
.,
.t
"; J. Rudolph us'V. Dohoney late Master Jan, 9_.10 ::;; ]0.j9
,' i l a ;;. of New York. All the lumber shipped by of Saturday, 10..11O9.: \ r. lltl.; P...v.
Sunday,
} tv : i is of )Ir. I. L. Machinery of the Florida Railway and .... "
tag t !if-j: Major Duryee Schuyler's Monday, 11. 11:' Of() ,
Pw. +! : l Navigation Company l leaves to-day for Tuesday, ", 12........... 0.-28:: 0-16: ..
,:" f'i'tn: inspection,and its accuracy has given perfect I
111 $
Wednesday, 1.1:3): : L
c ChRISTMASGROCERIES flU
the ..
Argentine South
l1 satisfaction. Republic America, on Thursday, 1#. :1l" '.'.:&)'
the brig Colbjmore, Captain Davis. Friday, Jan. ;.3. 3OS": ;;::H"
5 i- r .. The introduction of a boy-choir at St.
Mr. Dohoney has for some years been ,, _
Pi : Peter's fUmrch, which took place on Christmas
; connected with Fernandina interests and Steam-packet Tlios COllyer,Dilwood from 1'runs-.
h : 4: m day, and has continued the past two leaves with the be>trbhes of hints of wick, Gcurrfa( laily. WE HAVE ADDED TO OUR ASSORTMENT, AND ARE NOWOFFERING
Steam-picket! Nicholas, Gina, frcoa.Sarnntiah I
.J being attended with and
t7'.A Sundays success
friends for his future home in the Southern Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; treijfiit A LARGE VARIETY OF
R-; : "! meeting very general satisfaction, will nor and r l.xscnrcrs s to Key Line (P."lw& N.)
r 1 :\ hemisphere. Previous to his connectionwith Jan. 2- l5tateofTeK:>.", \Yiili>aa#;;,from
r+;tfJ7 ; doubt become permanent. There ,seems to New 'iork freight and to
: the Florida Railway & Navigation ; pas-HinjfcH;
z -4 be no lack of good material, and careful,1":4i1h. It. W. Soirthwick, agent. FANCY GROCERIESAND
i'f jfll' Company, Mr. Dohoney has been Master of Jan. 7-Steamship Caroudulet, John Risk, from
: training will doubtless develop some excellent New York mid to I
:, :Machinery of five of our northern roads, ; freight passengers I
voices.Complaint. R. W. Soutluvick, tlg nt.
/ commencing with the Western :Maryland at Jan. Steamship City of Fulatka Vogel, from i I -
rt ( is constantly made by the Charleston: to W. O. Jelfrcys, .rent.
,: Norfolk, Va., in 1870, and in all gave evi- '
Steamship C'ty of Monticello, McKee,
1 H'iil steamship captains coming to this port that dence of his untiring energy, irrepressiblevim from Palatka; freight find passengers, 3M5TABLE DELICACIES %

j the sailing vessels here are universally anchored and thorough to W. O. Jetlreys' ent.
practical
knowledge of
Jan. Steamship City of Monticello, UcKccJ
:*:f';; i right i in the middle of the channel. his profession in its minutest details, gainedin from Charleston : freight and passengers IMPORTED VEGETABLES IN GLASS,
's 5 t r- As these boats arrive and leave here more of to W. O. JeffreY:', agent.
the school active personal
3 experiencefrom Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel, from DOMESTIC VEGETABLES IN GLASS
, ''. in the night\ than by daylight, it makes the beginning to the topmost Palatka; freight and passengers, to ,
' i ; : navigation of the river dangerous. Who of the ladder. rung. W. O. Jeffreys, agent. IMPORTED FRUITS IN GLASS,

'f '" ,. '. is to remedy this? The pilots or the Har- Mr. Dohoney, while eminent in his pro- CLEARED. DOMESTIC FRUITS IN GLASS,
bor Master? It is clear somebody should Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Brunswick -
.- fessional capacity, also gained hosts of Georgia, daily I IMPORTED SOUPS IX GLASS,
s1' p see after it. friends by his many genial and social quali- Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina for Savannah I "IMPORTED AND DOMESTICPRESERVES ,
Monday, Wednesday Friday freight
;
r \jIN; The children's Christmas service of song ties and we sincerely trust the best results and passengers, by Key Line (P. R. N. Co.) I AND SAUCES
,
"-ii': at St. Peter's Church on Sunday night December may attend his: present visit to the far-off Jan. 2-Steamship' State of Texas, Williams for
New York; freight and passengers, by OLIVES AND OLIVE OIL
t.., 27th, was charming in its simplicity I but most progressive republic in South R. W. Southwick. agent. I ,

.. e and in the smoothness and with which America. Wish talent in Jan. 7 Steamship Carondelet. John JlNk. for SAUCES CATSUPS PICKLES
\. t, spirit ; no ordinary his New York; freight and p,.,engers, by I ,
it was rendered. Masters Willie Boone, special line of business, gifted highly in intellectual R. W. Routhwiek, agent. IMPORTED CHEESE
,
of l'alatka"o cl. for
Whittle Hillyer and Walter Whitney as the"Three attainments, a thoroughly Steamship City f
;, ; agrca- Palatka: freight and i'-i"!>K'ngcr, by fI I DOMESTIC CHEESE,
of Orient deserve ble and faithful W. O. Jeffreys, Agent.
Kings special companion, a warm friend
; t-8tt"amllhlp City of lftlltlf'(>l1o, McKee : CURRANTS, RAISINS, CITRON,
-, mention for the excellent rendering of their combining all the good qualities of the forCliarlexton; freight and pawngers,

( parts.: All the music was given with pleas gifted race from which he springs, we augur ., Steamahlp by W. O.. City Jeffrey of,Pulutka nx'ent.: V wl. for I CHOICE TABLE NUTS AND RAISINS,

)) ing correctness, showing thorough training. and trust that a brilliant future awaits our (C'harl..ton: freight and luuwnxvr, by ,, FINE FRENCH CONFECTIONERY.:

t Some ,,'ccksltnce we cautioned friend In his new home. W. O. Jelfn.let'nt.. ASSORTMENT OF FINE CAKES AND CRACKERS
a our people Ptwimihlp City or Alontlorlln.McKee, for \ .\ LARGE ,
(+ against the dangers of the Jrt."u ld Jlg --- I'aUtka; treizlit and |"' .!**'njrcr*, by
W. (t t. Jeffrey IN NEW VARIETIES.
Arrival at the
f.0m .ea v>n. Foul' flues, decayed and mossy Jan. 2-BritUh trig $C. Krnnrl tlwmt MentesTnmt -
..htn tt'S. and catflcwnoM, cost the world John C Andenon' Jr, Mrs Ur Catlin AntI Ttd.'n: ..r, br ('. II. 111.4. j FRUIT BUTTERS, JAMS AND JELLIES: : ,
daughter N Y ; U W intuit and wife, lk H :-Ilrltl.ta t brigs*. \.o,lljr l jrrk 4m ltn a.
large turn of money. At the Kenundina ton ; A L Hunmf.ml, Jacksonville: .\ T Anrr.tll.a IUf.'Mir ; .u M DRIED FRUITS AND MINCE MEAT.:

General Insurance Agency, Mr. Hillyer hat Jones NO II Fergersnn. Hurt Ami J. C. HIHMLVi I i I I
b e : i; Wat ft 2-8t-tn"'r tttttJt T t........ '
dl.burM\1 this fill and winter In rariotu lace<' lUmlMirg, N Y J K: JUker. M (1 ; J itHecklnjrrr. .. rk: pogo w 111I..... ...t t I', -AUK) A FIXE USE orSTAPLE ,
J-ickwmTllJ 1: (' rays... II C I t-FelMrttMlhr i t.ft.: .... 1llttaaia? PlrY :,
-
In addition! 'j ..
small f 1,3.\1 to which
amounts, i {Conk II" UlU I I II' I II f 't. i
llljll.larvl !>* 1ttO GEOCEEIES.: : :
: .
K to ..,a., at.. ..... .
t Mnrrrat (vrsons hat lost property not In. A Ikllattrrll... HUM+ W IV,.i !. iiii1 uVilte t """'

fttml' Including threw dwriting) *. A lowttflmatf HI. h.t1's.11.111* J- r. MI....... I .. aI-1., 1M. sr ..lJjUU J
of the value of all property consumnt Meyer ?i1 'H" II iWfc. 'M" i A W .. tN.ea .. I,
\". K U Ihu.ft. X J is; J. ......,... t. $ rstsiI.. t.a..rt
t'j fire In this vicinity during U'U' t S..t \YlllbtiM.. IL.Vttm.*. M4 I It4l M!I' wttrttetats 'trat I............ "...., IzfA ...... ?;WHITNER & SCHUYLER ,,*
would' t.to... Hetcral great dan,," huebutt Mmlili.FU.. (' t: ,UUrMl.| J lt irriirN V.; y&.. ,
..
arrrtfd by virtue of the ritjr ladder Dr Neilt Mltehell.I Jaek....,.... ; H f Wat- I. Hrll +h UrkMrt i....... .. .11 t J..!" "
s.m and wife, It-Man II .\ UiiHiarine. Ik- I I $* Mary hung ).l'L.Ift.n.: Vt_..'. I IIIrld.t 1: 2sro. 47 CE1: 'rBE STBEET.I .
I ordinance, but greater care and better belli$
twit C I. I1ea+'tll. JackmvllU C. T \ bniantltt"R'M I I
; $rhtumer. I''h". ,." :.. .. .
It. ,
, ties, Including a water supply" for Are prolection Itilejwr' Tarawa; It W Lockwu.l, toe C Uil.I. hnrmcr J. 11. 11olden Krntt, iTttaShMItM. 1 1

t .. ,,'" are liidlfpcmaMe. Krmandina canr I..,.. J II Ark ral. Charleston 8 C; Mai and .chooner Anna It. m"boJ'. KuUn. Xw York.trhooner '
+ --. It.: ." wtJT... V ...,iK...f, imy, \ ., vntr to t!.- Mrs Wm II C 0111')'('(', Edgar C Bird, John J, K. A. Ga.kill. \vil+J'hI'J4ltJrhls.. I I I. .x Ht
, !It" ti/i.v. rviuaiidiua W J'utet, Button E Pohnpr.1. W PtBrr.: Warren. l'htlHf1! ?'Phi.1. ,
I .. i .l ash heaps Let us have those artesian wells I Hooker, S J Turner.; Jacksonville ; S, B 'Schooner William Hayes, mitii, iscu lurk.: I _. .__ ,__ __. __ ,
) } '.
'crthmbo
Schooner Haskel.; Eaton
t-!' :. ',.... and watrr-pdpes.t Cotrell, Brooklyn ; S B Bouston, Savannah. Schooner Carrie G. Jameson, Collin, New York.) I ,I

, ..!"', I
-, III II IIf
{I.: ,
1. ,. .'
._, t. ,
' '
J
. t << ( f t
I I
I
i rIt
I j


.' \ < .- ... -. -- .........._ --