Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00295
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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System ID: UF00054505:00295
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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ITEMS 01 IXTEREST. and that.all portions of the common I. GREAT FREEZE OF 1886. Jacksonville and Fernandina; Tuesday THE CITY OF NASSAU. '

country share alike in the bounties of recent freezing weather in 'morning 24 at Sanford,,26 at .
MANY curious coins and other interesting the common government, and that the Florida will be for' along time asso- Volusia., On Wednesday morning SPARS THAT MAY BE HERS ABOVE THE ;
objects have been discovered public interest in every Bc-'ion; and WATER OFF BODY ISLAND i
ciated with that'of l&5i as being the the weather moderated and the
in tearing down some old buildings locality-shall receive the attention and sun The steamer City /:..1Ya.salt which }.
in Charter street Boston. Some consideration due to actual merit. nearest approach to that'memorable' shone part of the day, thawing out sailed from Philadelphia) for Jacksonville -

: the thirteenth It may be said that Southern Sena- freeze for fifty.years.- \ the frozen fruit: On Thursday the on Dec. 24, has been given up I

of the coins date back to tors and Congressmen have been pow- The earliest relation.. we .have of day was cool and cloudytemperature : by her owners as lost. There is a belief !
and fourteenth centuries. A erless to withstand the influence of the -I pilots and men I
among shipping
any cold weather in Florida, is a about 50 Some fruit was
collection of silver plate bearing a party which has been in power and r that the spars and upper deck of t* J'
statement made by John Bartram quite soft, while seemed .
some quite
little has been sunken
coat-of-arms was found buried under that for this reason so steamer reported by the i
done. If that be the case, then it is the botanist, who Says that on. the) firm. We have noticed that soft schooner Wilson ce: Hunting to be ly-

the base of one of the chimneys, it high time the Southern people should 3d of January, 1865, being on ,the fruit has hardened, and now, at the ing about- 15 miles north.by east from I

having probably been hidden there put men there who have the ability, St. John's river,. south .of' Lake end of a week, the juice seems. sweet Body Island.on the North Carolina
by the owner during the occupationof the energy and the will to work for coast, are those of the missoing vessel.
George the thermometer was at 26 and the plugs firm.
by the British. the interests of their constituents. : The City of Nassau passed out of the 11
: Men of capacity and determination, the wind northwest f ;, and"' the ground The trees have .been slow} in.dropping Delaware river on the day before

A PARIS DENTIST who caused the are not to be deterred from doing their frozen an inch thick on-the' banks oft their leaves, and it is difficult to Christinas.' Two days after she was S

death of a patient through nitrous duty by ordinary obstacles or even by the river, and that i'wasthe fatal say to what extent they are injured.If ; sighted by two different vessels off \

oxide is being prosecuted for having organized and well managed opposition night that destroyed- 't the lime,'citron the fruit :buds are injured the Winter Quarter shoals, standing off i
not content to sit idly against a gale that blew 70 i
: miles
anaesthetic without the aid ; they are an
used an : and banana trees in St. Augustine. for the will be
\ crop -present year
by and be merely figureheads, making hour. Since then nothing has ever been i
of a doctor of medicine, as required ornamental spread.eagle speeches and In 1774'there was a$ snow storm j light. The general impression now seen or heard of her, and even those t
by law. The correspondent of the enjoying the empty honors and full) which extended over" most of Florida, is that bearing trees have sustainedbut who were the most sanguine in their j

London Medical Times says that the pay of their positions while their particular doing little damage.-**: little injury, and that smaller belief that she would yet reach port, i

scientific interest of the case lies in sections or States are ignored. In 1822 William Says the cold trees and nursery stock are more or have given her up. None of her brave ,k l
Such rather fires their crew of 17 men have been heard
injustice ever : ;
the fact that nitrous oxide is quite as gross was so intense in 'wt Florida that less killed down, according to loca- from and !
hearts and arouses their energies to no hope is now entertainedfor 1
dangerous as chloroform, and ought correct flagrant abuses and demand, all the,fruit-'trees wfre'- killed to the tion and protection.It their safety. They are believed '
never to be administered without and by persistent work compel, a just ground and. several persons frozen to would be very desirable that to have gone down with the vessel. .

proper precautions and an examination and fair recognition of the claims of death. On, ,the 6tf|. April, 1828, a reliable information should be' fur- It was thought by a good many at 1 k t

into the health of the subject.Tier. each locality, and especially of their heavy and destruct frost occurredin nished from all points in the Stateof the time" that the vessel sighted" by the
bailiwicks in of brig Sarah''E. off Hatter-
." own particular cases Kennedy : ,
: French have looked with neglect. Such men always command East Florida.-..1 He", temperature the temperature on the 9th, 10th, as shoals in the terrific gale that swept. #

alarm upon the steady export of respectful attention, and through the was as low as: 27,, and.It was the llth,and 12th>of January.A the Virginia and Carolina coast on t\

Percheron horses to the United very justice of their demands often coldest day' of that y!:ar. reliable record of the actual temperature Dec. 26 and 27, was the ill-fated ,<

States; but the most prominent force a compliance, where dilatory action About the 8th February, 1835, the and the results of the freeze steamer. If it was, it was probably ,
weak utter but a short time before she went down.
breeders there now say that the advocacy or neglect severest cold ever. .known, in Florida would be, of great.value tothe, repu- She then
would meet with indifference or deserved was laboring very heavily.
progeny of these horses raised in the contempt, and helpless con- was experienced. T.Jie! ,weather had tation of Florida. Nothing that is known to have

I Jnited States are an improvementipon stituents suffer thereby. In this age beeri warm and'the tees were about The lowest (degree of cold in I: r- belonged to the City of Nasseau has .

their Hires,and that it is profita- where nothing is asked nothing is blooming. A northvestwind set in nandina "was :15, in Jacksonville ever been found washed ashore. If l

Me to reimport.. It is known that given, and a half-hearted advocacy or for several r -Yst-whic |bl w violentlyfor 15, and on,Orange Lake '.16, by or- she had broken up pieces of her wreck 1. ,
would have been found '
excites derision likely
mention very
only ,
III. used to Per- a mere about da \vl the temperature instruments. ; :
Xapolcou import ,tlgec 's en dinary but much E
whereas a.strong and logical presentation : not so as a spar or a piece of t
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cheron horses from Vermont for the of a case, backed by justice and :wenS dowi. ir,td,7 above zero. SOUTH GEORGIA n AND MIDDLE plank has come up from the sea to tell }.

post chaises which he used so much, fair dealing, will attain its object, even The St. J tiverC". as frozen several FLORIDA RAILROAD.A .' the story of her disappearance. ,

as Gen. Fleury, his Master of the against odds. rodsfrom4the >shore, and all committee from Quitman had a The City of Nassau was a new steam t t I

Horse, found them much superiorto There are many in our 'national kinds of,fruit trees were, killed to the conference with Col. II. S. Haines yesterday er. It was on her first voyage that ;
she sailed ,
councils whose names figure, only. on Philadelphia. The J
the Mechlenburg. horses. more the rolls or in some ornamental. and ground! the Wild'.:.'\:"...groves" ,suffering. relative to building a railroad mystery that surrounds her disappear i

generally in use.? '.' ,. unimportant positions, who for years equally. ;v- with Vtr".1 "fiffy"t :jjeg.A"X eh;: .from Quitman to.:Monticello It; .consists ance'maybe solvedl when the ;wreak

I TUB AGENT of a New :Mexico have represented "' certain portions: notwithstanding the severity of this of Messrs. J. G. 'MaCall, chair- .off Body Island is investigated.. An
of the sovereign people of the United- old pilot said yesterday that he had I d
ranchman paid his semi-annual visit freeze, Williams, writing in 1837, man, H. B. Hines, F. J. Spain, J. B. ?t
, States, and whose main efforts have no doubt that when examined it would
I to a distant grazing ground onlyto been devoted to the drawing of their only two years afterwards, says the Creech and A. P. Perham. Several prove to be the lost steamer. The

find the sheep herder dead and salaries, while their constituents mightas young groves were eight to ten feet other gentlemen who were membersof top-mast and upper decks of the sunken I-'

the sheep quietly feeding in a fertile well have been "represented' bv high, and a few trees had exhibited the committee were unable to be vessel were seen rising above the ,
present owing to the shortness of the the officers of the
water by Wilson &
a painted portrait, or even a passable blossoms. The wild
canon near by, jealously guarded by groves notice of the proposed conference.The .
chromo, for all the benefits they have Hunting.The
his dog. In the rear of the corral, obtained. The time has now come south of Volusia were not killed conference was very satisfactory, .Nassau was due at Jacksonville ion .

into which the sheep were driven when each public servant will be required down, and were bearing in 1837. It and the committee returned home last Dec. 28. For a week or more f V

is also quite certain that the Kings- evening. The citizens of Quitman when she did not arrive it
every night, lay the bleaching skele- to give an account of his stew- was f,
have been anxious for time for
tons of a dozen or more sheep. Astonished ardship, and a failure to accomplishany ley grove, on Drayton Island, was direct railroad a communicationwith long thought that she had gone to sea to get I
work will more out of the storm, and no great anxiety' I_
apparent tangible good killed down the writer
at the of the not as saw
sagacity dog Florida and have made their
be sufficient cause to dispense -with up was felt, but when after three weeks t-
the ranchman secreted himself and his services. large- trees with trunks a foot in minds, apparently- that their progres-' nothing was heard of her this side of- '

waited until night. As the sun began That Florida has had her full shareof diameter there in 1843. sive city shall not be overlooked in Hatteras, her owners looked upon heras

to sink the sheep came troopingin neglect no one can truthfully deny, Hardly a winter passes in Florida the vigorous movements that are lost. Mr. Smith, one of her ownersin
made to railroad
now being com-
with the dog in the rear. They and that Pensacola has had more is without the thermometer going be- open Jacksonville, upon being asked the
munication between
some points on i,
other day if he had given the steamer
crowded into the corral through a and apparent the ruins at a glance of what at the Navy Yard for- low 32. This was notably the casein the Savannah, Florida and Western up for good, said : Yes, from all thatwe t

narrow opening, and as the last one midable while were once 1855, and in 1868 there was a railway and some point in northern have learned I cannot see on what '
forts of
a comparison
pushed forward the dog seized and the appropriations and her tonnage freeze which caused the loss of the Middle Florida. If their effort to to base a hope for her safety. In my

killed him, and dragged the )lifeless with Galveston, New Orleans and Mobile fruit on the trees. In December, build a railroad successful from that will city to opinion she has gone down and all on
Monticello are it give board have been lost." r
body to the of the corral where shows a shameful discrimination 1872 at Jacksonville the
rear mercury them great advantages in ,a business In regard to continuing the line be-
he made a comfortable supper off a against have her.received Albeit those than ports their may due sank to 27 ; in January, 1873, to point of view. Quitman is well equip- tween Jacksonville and Nassau, Mr.
portion of the carcass, leaving the share of attention more and aid from the 24 ; in December, 1875, to 28; in ped with capital, and has shrewd and Smith said that while her owners are

balance for future meals. He had government. The time for Florida to December, 1876, to 24, and fruit as enterprising business men. It is, perfectly satisfied in their own minds

been doing this ever since the deathof make herself heard is at hand, and the low down as Marion county was therefore, prepared to meet the demands that the City of Nasseu has gone down
of the trade of the territory
they are not positively certain of it,
his master, and would probably people will, e're long, have the opportunity frozen ; in December, 1877, to 29; which a railroad between the points and as they cannot now build a vesselin

have continued his guardianship her public to servants pass upon, and to the select action those of in December, 1878, to 27; in Jan- indicated would .open up. There is time for the season's business, they

over the flock until he died. most likely to look after her welfare.In uary, 1879, to 25, and fruit on some probability from present indica- will wait a while longer until every }
tions that there will be two railroads of for the of the
vestige hope safety
next November there will be two Orange Lake was injured. On December -
built into Florida from points<: on the has and
Nassaa disappeared com-
OUll REPRESENTATIVES MUST Congressmen to elect, and in January 30, 1880, to 29, and fruit Savannah, Florida and Western rail- will have
mencing next spring, they anew
WORK. following it becomes the duty of the injured and trees lost'.their leaves in Monticello -
way-one from Quitman to vessel completed in time for the i

The national legislation for the last Senator.Legislature to choose with a these United three States important the northern part of Florida; in December and one fiom Thomasville to Talla- opening of the trade early in the fall. ; ,
Surely -
twenty hassee. There is room for both of them.
or twenty-five has been and
years positions to fill, they will note 1882, to 23 trees again
marked by its strictly sectional character. indifferent to the character and ca- lost their leaves south of Marion List of Letters
This sectionalism has not only Masonic.The i Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan-
been in favor of pabilities of the men likely to be pre- county.On dina, Nassau county Florida, January23d
public expendituresof sented for their support. There is no Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted
every conceivable character for dearth of talent in the State, but whatis Friday, the 8th of January, : Masons, which met this week in Jackso.- 1886. Persons calling for these letters

places, localities, persons and things most wanted is talent combined 1886, a very heavy westerly gale ville, elected the following officers for the must say advertised :
111 the North but has been Braun, S A Indermaner Willet
instances, innumerable with working qualities and upon men prevailed all day. The Signal Office ensuing year: Beth Ellizie Ieppes. T
directly against anything possessing the latter will the choice be had cold with Grand Master-George S. Hallmark, of Burgin, Dr J P lang, Frank
Southern, and the fact that an a wave, Pensacola. Cribb, Mamie J Lambert, Mariah :
most. certain to fall who will devote
expenditure was asked for in the interest ; men heavy frosts as far south as Tampa Deputy Grand Master-X. R. Carter, of ConnereTeere Lindsay Josephine
their entire official time and do
Levyville. Colins. S Law, James
of anything South has oftentimes effective work in the interest of the quite a heavy rain, prevailing Senior Grand.Warden-W. F. Bynum, of Cole, Gen R E Little, Louis
been deemed sufficient cause to people men familiar with the wants of Thursday night. At dark on the ::Live Oak.Junior. Carroll, Redmond May, Sue F ,
deny it, without going into the merits ; : Grand Warden-J. J. Delaney, of Carnavies, Betsy Murray, M J
of the case at all while it is the people and capable of presentingtheir 9th the temperature began rapidlyto Key West. Caramel, Adelia Robinson, I F
a claims in such a manner as will fall. On it was Grand Treasurer-Hy Robinson, of Jack- Duncan, Joe Smith, Hary.
fact that what has been obtained ,Saturday morning sonville. Dnpree. W II; Sotne. J L
amounts to a mere pittance of the'gener secure attention;; in a word, men who 4 below freezing- point. On, ,Sun- Grand Secretary-D. C. Dawkins, of Jack- Elirmun, Henry 4 Sparkman, R M 1
l know their duty, and who are able Edwards, Lattimore Tucker, Mary
expenditures, always given and willing to do all that it requires.We day morning it had fallen_to 21 at sonville. Ginkins, A Williams Ammer
grudgingly and Grand 'Chaplain-Rev. J: S. Wharton, of
confined to a Howell, James Whom, Mary
very, have enough men of this character Sanford, and about the same at Or- Madison..
very! few favored localities. I Hacker, Allen White, Annie
and the people alone will be to lando and '18'" I
at Fruitlandand
This state of affairs has existed Tampa; Harris, Gus Wright, Ch
long blame if they are not chosen and our For Sale. Harris, Janey
enough, in fact too long for the general present representation must, make a' Switzerland, Jacksonville and ,,50 TONS COTTONSEED COMPOST. S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. :.

tice demands good, and a common sense of JUS- good record, else they need not be Fernandina; on Monay, the 11th, it Single. ton...:........... ........................$10.00 HELD FOR POSTAGE. 1
in a manner to make its surprised if others fill their was 24 at Sanford250'attakeland, .... ..... John Murray: Sidney, Australia: Ch.
Demands heeded, that it shall cease' places.- Two tons. or .more............. ... ; 9.00 Aikens Orange City, Fla.; Delia N Wilson,
Pensacola Adrance: Gazette, Jan. 15. and about 22 at Volusia, 20 at H. II. LIXVILLE, Agent. DeLand, Fla.; Nickoline Peterson, Norway. .



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.. FLOU1DA MIRROR JANUARY 23, 1886.ste I

"I) tj! ,
'I'tf 1 -
J.YEVERJIOlE. prisoner. thought I would drop in and ask you how : KEEPING -
1f lll1rt G '"Ono'of Gen. Early's scouts. you liked, the new minister yesterday.Fine .

:!"" I ; The dusky swallows in thy balcony "Then'I have no'hope. You may have sermon,wasn't it?" By an'Appreciative Son-in-law.,
igtl it To build their nests: again will come again the heart, however, to hand me a, drinkof D. W. : "Excellent. Never heara net- Hint for Sisters.

;.; With friendly wing beat clamoringJ'o 3 oust Y water. I am burning up'with fever." ter. He is a very eloquent man, and is From has time 'immemorial the mother-in- What a hideous green you are

'!-r. t "rtr.;; Against the window-pane. There was a gourd on the bench and the very happy" in the selection of his.sub- sidered law fair been slandered for inhuman, and man.is still This con- into that tidy," said Belle to her puttin"weir g

li coldest water down the rocksat game best friend," as sat
purest, ran jects. talking
11i, f r# Cut they that passed, for,retful to pursue the door. I raised the man's head and D. B.: *'Remarkably so. Sermons on sort of thing has gone quite far enoughand fancy work. over then-

fflJ 1i:.,: Their flight, thy beauty and my' bliss before he Imbibed more than a pint. subjects that touch the sympathies are progress of the demands sexes has change.been The writtenup relationship I know it," answered Kate good hum

t" < 1'p.' % His' hands were tied together at thewaists better for us all than. the discussions of, oredly. You seel boughtit one
: To whom sound familiar time and again, but no one has con eYenin
}: our names a grew- "
: and the cords had sunk deep into points of doctrine. and began to work on it
will back sidered it worth while to tell us some- lamplight
idl"l{ ;, .They come no..more.t the flesh., I severed the bonds with my D. W. :. "Certainly. what could be thing about the truerelationship of a man and thought it looked pretty well. Bui
Kj.J.t. ,\ .I knife and rubbed his hands until the circulation happier than his subject yesterday: 'Suffer some colors are so changeable it
tt Again, luxuriant, thy garden wall to his mother-in-law.: looks
I of blood was restored. little children to come unto me!t' How frightful by daylight..
!' 'fhe of will climb only know
f 1 honeysuckle, as yore, ; Man's nature is but cowardly and mis- one
its blossoms "God bless you for that! I have suffered tenderly he spoke, of the, little ones I thing I can do with it-I'll give it to
'U\1 Again open, prodigal erably weak, for has he' not conceded Ben "
death twice !" ho "U sort 0' heart to hear him u will he like ", '
l.t j f .. Of sweets. at eventide. over F declare it melted my that the wife is the. better. half? If this Why- it?
r breaking down like a woman. tt "Oh, I know I
1I do.n't ; guess
be true then the mother-in-law must be so. It'll
n But they, the blossoms that for us exhaled His wound had not been dt'tjssed. I (Enter lady who has business with the better two-thirds. help make him out for Christmas and du

;: v SI Their sweets, whose cups with dewdrops propped him up, cut away his coat and Deacon W.) What wonderful is hers well enough for hrs" room. "\We
..rt.t i, t brimming o'er : shirt,and washed off the blood and dressedtho D. W. : "Well-ma'am, what can'I do Privations a insults "hints courage" which fall everything in there; and Kate gave stuff
; ,
!t' t' Like tears of joy, together we beheld wound as well as possible under the for)'ou1" little short laugh, then flushed a
harmless like darts :: coat of
-G':;:: it. .: They will come back no more. circumstances. I was finishing the oper- Lady: Hav you got any houses to mail, cannot paper shako the iron rom will a of the as she caught Belle's blue eyes bent suddenly wonderingly
n : ; ation when I heard a step behind me, and let?" upon her. -

*: And on thine ear love's ardent utterance as I rose up and turned my head old D. W. : "Yes'm." motherinlaw.Her "Why," said tho girl, and her finders

F t1$, Falling again, tins silence, too, will break, Humphrey sprang upon me. Ho had a Lady: "I am looking around to find a endurance is simply marvellous stopped in their: busy motion, "l' and her is and fear- fast
p'fcHirv: And, yielding to its spell, thy heart, per'IPI' gun with, him, and. why: ho didn't shoot good house at a reasonable rent." tongue wonderfully as soon think of putting anything
this ? u"1\
elastic. But what does
chance. me down I could not guess unless it was D. W. : "Have you any children. ?" fully prove' into the parlor as into Frank's I
It that she knows wh room ho I
; -: From its deep sleep awake. in the hope of making another prisoner.The L. : "Yes." '' proves simply nshe's is so choice of it." 'j

) 1 ol'd fellow sprang at me like an en- D. W. "Then I can't, let,you have a got the bent of 'you,.and with her, "Oh, well, boys are different

l } But as the saint in silent ecstacy raged tiger, and during his first fury he iouse. Don't want any .children in my knowledge is power. Kate in confusion. And stammered
.f J t. : :, Before the altar kneeling may adore Can the son-in-law cope with her eloquence Belle
; .i got the better of me. However, after a ,louses. feeling that she was
s. ,. ,> As I have loved thee-love like this thee ? Can he meet her treading on forbid
to unflinchingly
,struggle of three or four minutes lost Lady takes her leave and the deacons den ground adroitly turned the
Shall ah !. ? What does he do? Coward he conver
xy come nevermore as
q t gaze
his wind and I tied him hand and foot. resume their conversation on the sermon. sation. Yes, she knew that Ben
t -Spanish of Gustavo Bccquer.A is, he shirks her presence, goes out at was
;t. and such
j Then he broke out in revilings, -Yonkers Statesman... different from her brother, and oh how
f night and tells his wife not to sit up for ,
oaths and I never heard be- thankful she felt for
imprecations I. ... that difference
him. ,
What is this
: : STORY OF THE,W AR. fore or since. 'He boasted that he meantto mysterious power, thankful that Frank was strong and
tI' William Gone to Canada then, which she possesses? It is the man
r torture the lieutenant to death, and he ly, kept above temptation- for
sorry the
that is weak
: ; called such curses down upon my head as Bank robbers have their hours of knowledge man naturally great contrast in her friend.

rEt.; ::;r \1 By an Ex-Rebel. did not seem possible for human tongueto :sorrow and disappointment, as well as and she keeps him so. "You must all do something to try to
Men who have braved death at the
r't'' \ "Never, till life and memory perish,' utter. other folks: Three of the fraternity late- cannon's keep Ben at home these evenings," said
fr-. "\: :' j will stories of the War of the Union cease By and by, when he had exhausted him- ly planned to rob a bank in a village in mouth have been known to turn his father one day. "I don't like the

., ." "t..1J.4 oJ. to be told, with the circumstance which self, the prisoner asked : Wisconsin, and the first thing on the pro- pale with fear when told that "dear" ma he is spending the time." way

gives them an interest not to be found in "What will you do with me?" gramme was to get the cashier out of bed was coming to spend a week or so. And. And Kate, as she heard the words

W .4'S history., Here is a good one: Thatwas, a puzzler. I had no show to and make him open the vault. After a when "ma" has come, these same miser. wondered what she could do. ,

|a ;. fli\: After Sheridan's troops bad carried out get him into our lines, I could not remain great deal of trouble,they effected an entrance able men have actually professed to be That afternoon there was great over-
: ; of there and guard him, and as ,for leaving to his dwelling, but when they came glad to see her-hypocrites as they are. hauling furniture stairs
clt; that order to bum ten square miles the Hence man's weakness is want of moral up ,and by supper
+:l4(; Shenandoah Valley there was a more bitter him in the hands of old Humphrey it was to his bedroom they found only his wife time quite transformation had taken
: t.; .M1rif. ..' turn to the war waged in that locality not to be thought of. The old man had and child. Rousing up the woman they courage.. He does not know how to resist place in Ben's room. There were pretty,
t But if he did, he. would still becomparatively
z' who endured privations and brooded over his asked her where her husband was. bright chromos and
::. :;of, Many of the Confederate farmers had one or two choice
4?'.': .... J>een neutral, or had tried to be, now became wrongs until he had become insane. His "Are you officers of the law?" she has a strong helpless ally In, for her his daughter.motherinlaw engravings on the, walls, hitherto bare
: 3- ravings showed that. queried. dainty white mats the
fJ' : I guerrillas and bushwhackers and upon bureau; fresh
Some have been rash to
\R J .f J' lost no opportunity of killing a Federal. "I'll tell you," I replied to the prisoner, "No ma'am; we are bank robbers." men enough muslin curtains draped back from the
combat wife and mother-
1' After that burning :Mosby had no difll- who was on his'feet to try his strength. "Sorry for you,.gentlerneti, if that's the 'in-law single-handed' window, and everything as inviting as

/4' ; }t: J I culty in securing all the men he could ''I am going away for three hours. WhenI case. William Ctarted for Canada- five out too.worsted But they in the have struggle.invariablycome The I thoughtful hands could make it. "Now,"
: "
a' return I shall take. to Port Re hours "
l 7.i ": handle, other guerrilla bands sprang into you ago. said she I wonder if he'll notice it.
j1 ..<) r' i life in the various valleys and scrupled at public. Be ready." But the keys of the vault?" female sobs weapons are and all-powerful"unconditional for they "Have you a headache, Ben?" sho

.;..,: ; ;t nothing which would cripple the enemy. With that I walked out. It was six They went with him. are surrender", hysterics an asked as she passed his open door that
the of
,4y tt I", ,a'r4k :J know that scores of Federal prisoners, hours before I returned. The prisonerwas "Then we'll have to break open tho All mothers on part to become man. mothers- evening and saw him sitting with his head
,&...':' who would otherwise have been treated as gone. The old man lay on his back vault." hope bowed upon his hands. ".Oh, no," ho
;3: ... t"iii"."I prisoners, wero shot down as soon as captured just where I had seen him last, and as I No use in that. All the money went in-law, and thus is the race perpetuated. answered, "only thinking of going down

1 '- on account of that burning. bent over him I saw that he was dead.A with William Sorry, gentlemen, .as I town, but it looks so pleasant and homelike

,: 4.,'J r4t!' Among those who turned bushwhackers day or two after a prisoner whom we remarked before, but this is a wide world. Lincoln and the "Bloody Shirt. up here I guess I'll stay."

a) .;:,r: was an old man named Humphrey, living captured' stated _tha_ ...the lieutenant got Please shut the front door as you go out, "C. M. B." writes to the New York And he did stay: it wasn't the last
i r if .t.1"f; about two miles from Strasburg. He was !il' "\b rL rThfrOit: Pr' as the" baby is very sensitive to the nightair. Tribune as follows : time, either. By and by he began to invite -

rW 62 vojirsold. quite lamo in one leg from Few seem to be acquaintedwith some of "the fellows" to come and
t r ,c hip disease,and up to the burning was look- Dog-flesh, Snails and Rats. .p the origin or real significance of the see him at the house, and with great sati
ed upon as a kind-hearted, goodnaturedand Ilonglfon> on the Indies. expression "wave the bloody shirt." i. isfaction would ask them to "step up"
> old The Federals A reporter for the New York Mali and to his room. Was it strange that from I
.* -y i forgiving A new sect has sprung up in Canada The writer had the story in 1871 from
& ? r burned the houses and barns of his two Express dropped into the St. James Hotelto whose doctrine is that women have no Richard Williams, an old lawyer of Pekin, these little gatherings more than one went

KrW'g [ sons, further down tho valley, and one talk with John Roth, the celebratedchef souls, because the Bible nowhere men- Illinois, formerly president of Henry College away feeling that it was a grand, good

? sue if lay two or three drunken soldiers came and learn from him some of his tions women angels. The leader is a in Kentucky. The incident occurred thing to have a home and be worthy of

.s.tr i j'Wsi'! to his house and demanded dinner. Ho .nysteries. The great man was found in Frenchman. just before the war, but the date and the it?

refused to give them, anything. Ono oft his kitchen, studying deeply the various name of the criminal have both escapedme. "Do you know," said Kate to her friend

i them drew a revolver to shoot him down, dishes that were being prepared for that 4. A murder had been committed in one day, "your plan has worked like a

a.:. but the weapon was accidentally discharged night's dinner. John is a good chef. LITTLE JAKE, THE ELEVATOR BOY I Pekin, and Abraham Lincoln was employed charm."
and :Mrs. Humphrey was mortally "Some people eat strange food, don't to assist the District Attorney of Try it, girls !Philadelphia[ Call.

r' wounded. they?" asked the scribe. "It's Well with the Child." Tazewell County in the prosecution.In -
; 't ,'' ',. After her death and burial old Hum Indeed they do," saia Roth, "and 1 his address to the jury Lincoln dis- 4'0A .
3 phrey disappeared and was next heard ,of like to try any new edible myself, some That was' W4& he was always called, played the nether garment of the mur- "<;recII' jiridegrnoin.

l+ in the mounrains. He lived in a cave and times. A little while ago I had a nice for, although he was the elevator boy in dered man profusely stained with blood. A young co Imp
r became a bushwhacker. That term is young dog: Somehow or other the dog a big dry goods establishment, he was so The'garment, swayed back and forth with evidently a steady worker. applied for a
: :,+ 'r c Hardly strong enough. He became a man- broke his leg. and 'so I killed it. It was small that ladies would look in and in his long arms while pleading in impas- marriage license in Indianapolis the other

sentiment so nice and fat I thought I would see howit quire: sioned tones, made a most imposing and day. He had just returned from his day's !

; would taste cooked, so I prepared the 'Where's" the man'that runs the elevator dramatic scene. The murderer was con- labor, as his dinner bucket and the condition -

a ing Iris arms from his Federal victims, dog as any one would prepare a joint of ? victed. After the trial some of his breth- of his clothing indicated. Deputy

.and his few_provisions from tho farm pork, roasted it and served it with the Then little.. Jake would" pipe up from his ren at the bar rallied him on his taste in Clerk Joyce waited on him with the usual
houses. In his old ago tho man became same sort of dressing one would put with corner: Here I be. "swinging that bloody shirt about." interrogatory:

[4t :. an avenging spirit. There was something pork, and to a stranger the joint had all him I do not know anything to compare The earnest but characteristic response, What is your name?"

: appalling in his tireless vindictive the appearance of pork, and it taste: l lel- to, but a ray of sunshine lighting up "The man was guilty of an atrocious "Green, I'se called."

i' '' f trailing of Federals. 'Ho hung about icious. It was very sweet and !tl: iJer." a dark place. He was of such lowly stature murder; wasn't it better to wave the "Green What is your first name?"

j amps:; and picket-posts and marching "How do the regular dishes, in this that when ho was in his corner there bloody shirt than to waive justice!" silenced Green is my first name."

a ; :fl.w lumn&> and ho Uok desperate chances country compare with the French disll,?" seemed to be nobody there. But grad- all gibes. What is your other name?"

'ya'c lo gratify Its!: thirst for blood. If he "There are many more varieties in this ually the small, earnest, cheerful face "Oh It's Needham, Needham Green.".
arao across three foragers together twos country than in France and wo can make grew visible, and as you looked it bright- -- "Are you sure of it?"
4 ; would certainly )bite the dust and he u more varied menu here. Green turtle ened into such a happy smile that the Reading for Whist Players.A "Yes, sir. It's Green Needham."

Mr would not hesitate to attack even where over there is a very expensive luxury and little man seemed to fill the whole eleva- circuiiiouuice which is certainly wor- "Well, now, is it Needham Green

the number was five. terrapin is very seldom heard of. :Manyof tor with sunlight.I thy of note took place at a gentleman's Green Needham?" '

t3! p:=w, In ono year old Humphrey killed thirty. the fish eaten over here are never seen wonder if the ladies who used to give cluh-room of this city a few evenings ago. "Green is my name my given name.

;, .: six Fedcrals. I make the statement on there, and then game is more plentiful him a nod or a word as they went up and Four members of the club, whose nameswe It's Needham Green.
the authority of people who saw the tally here.' They have only one kind of wild down absorbed in their purchases will could mention if necessary, and whose It is not Green Needham?"

} ,i 'Tho old man preserved a relic from each duck and have not the canvas-back or miss him now and speculate as to what reliability no one would question for a Yes, sir that's it."

i body-knife, ring, watch-chain or button mailard at all. Partridges and quail are has become of the quaint little fellow who moment, sat down to play a social game It was finally registered to the prospective -

rv., + + -and there was no chance to mistake the much smaller there than here." was always smiling, helping, always doing of whist.A groom's satisfaction as Needham

iiumber.'R Did you ever cook snails?" his duty bravely? thorough deal of the cards was made Green, but he had to refer to his compan-

, .i ,'v.' Ono day, In making scout near Cross "Very often, and they are very nice He went home sick one night and said by one of the number, and the usual cut ion for thenameof the forthcoming bride.

# "Ke 'srI was discovered by a scouting par when cooked properly. The best way I "Good night" bravely, swallowed a lump made for deal. The deal fell to another .
v'. ty of ten Federals, ,and ran into the know of to prepare them is to let them in his throat and ran off. The day after member of the company. He dealt the -'gypFichest
1 mountains. The pursuit did not end here. soak in salt water for about a couple of his father came in. cards and the cut for trumps was made lUau in the Quaker City.

r r Some of them dismounted and hung to days, so that all the glue and slime about "He was petter, mooch petter," his and the cards given around to the four A slender, medium-sized old man walks

my trail for another hour. It was in them is removed. Then take them out father said. players. slowly down Chestnut street. His smooth-

Y. 1 avoiding these men that I accidentally of their shells and clean them and remove Then his mother came; they wanted the When this was done ono of the party shaven face is furrowed, his cheeks are

' : .stumbled upon old Humphrey's hiding the head. place kept for the boy. laid down his hand expressing great sur- seamed and his wrinkled hand trembles

ers '.. place. It was a veritable cave, warm and You then place them in a red wine, "Oh" so sick. He is too much sick prise on finding that ho had thirteen cardsof on his heavy walking-stick. He looks

[ dry, and well hidden, and I had entered claret or Burgundy, with some aromatic here, the mother said laying her hand on one kind-namely, spades ; a second ninety. He is, in reality, about seventy- I

4. it before I knew it was occupied. The herbs to'flavor them, and boil the whole. hor breast. party laid clown .His hand with the same three. His hair is rather long, for the

; old man was not at home, but I had When they have become cold take some "Tell him" to get well and,he shall have surprise, he also having thirteen of a kind cold weather has come, and from late

{ .scarcely detected signs that the place had shallots, garlic, shedwell, cloves choppedfine his place, said his employer. "To-mor and the third and fourth men. now placedtheir summer until early spring his hair remains -

' h :an inhabitant when a voice called from and mix the snails in with butter and row we shall come and see him." cards: upon the table, revealing the uncut. His attire is comfortable,

;', : ,, the gloom at the rear end: red wine. But on the morrow the father came into same kind of hands. One of the gentlemen but plain, such as a sensible old clerk
"For God's sake, who is it-Yank or "Then place the snail back in its shell the store and his eyes were red and: belongs: to St. Stephen, and he held might wear.

Ueb?" and put a little butter on it and bake. swollen. all the trumps.-[Calais (Me.) Courier. The man is L. N. Williamson, the possessor -

a Eeb, I guess. Who are you?" After they are cooked serve up. with bread "Mine lectio Jake," he began and then -=--a.0 according to common understanding ,

$ 1'a ;; "Then there is no hope! ho groaned. crumbs and melted butter. You know broke down and said no more. of some 16,000,000, and, consequence
s 'w t' I struck a match and advanced towards English people arc fond of salt water It went the rounds of tho store like Tells the Whole Story. by repute the richest man per in Phil

him. On a ru
r! a rag in it for a wu-k:, and as soon simply boil these and eat with vinegarand dead, and you would havo thought at tersely described: in this epitaph which County half 'a century ago with next to
IhmUudttetl this coidd, .soo everything pepper." least that he had been the proprietor. written
as was by an Englishwoman for her nothing. His fortune is the fruit of close
JD t. ,.' <-.''V4'. On ',...e h.i "* r-f"'Ie Did you ever cook any snakes?" And he was, in his small way proprietor husband; application, skill and foresight and of
, "" i'' and foot. I never did, but I have met of the hearts of the people ho served; blundered when
floor lay a prisoner, tied hand people Hymen 'twas done, economical habits. Though so rich, his
: of their
Ho was a Federal a second lieutenant, who have told mo that some kinds of dend esjteem', their good will-a divi- 1821 personal expenses do not exceed S"OCO()f(

i3:1 and belonged either to the Twent --nfth'' snakes are very good; and why should they in the that will serve him better than money Oft it thundered, so did you, a year, but he has given away a fortune in
New York or tho Twenty-fifth Pennsylvania not be? eels are only snakes, you know, where he Is to-day. 1822 charity. He is a bachelor.-IPhila. >rC'38.

Cavalry. Having afterwards lost and they are eaten in all sorts of styles." flowers They sent, every one of them, beautiful Death kindly sundered you and me, .
note-book I am not sure of the regi- Rats are spoken well of bysome people to little Jake's funeral; he was 1823.
d ,f ment. ; did you ever cook them?" covered.with the last offerings of good-will 4.4 A Suit 103 Years Old.

The cave contained a bench or two,.a "Rats are very nice when they are from those lie served. A Convenient Cigar Case. -
1 pile of straw and two or three quilts,for young. During the French and Germanwar "We wish we had known that he was The Burmese ladies A Georgia lady has a suit of clothes .
so ill. We" have a peculiar in her that is 103enr.; old.
might have ministered'to possession :
while the
7 Germans hh
in the of
,,s4 abed, and a lot'of trophies way were surrounding
, ,; s I and sabers Paris they were eaten by tho besieged in wants or perhaps'saved him," his employ: cigar case. But there are, two objectionsto Her grandfather cut out and :made the(
guns said with sad its ever becoming popular here, of suit with his hands. Thesuit is mad(
ers own
[ asked of tho very large quantities. A regrets. .
Who aro ? I man as good to
l. you way But there which the less important is that each cigar, of flax and the buttons cut from &
is to are
.., I bent over him. prepare them is to skin them and clean nothing regret, "It'swell ,
: them with the child." And it case holds only one cigar, and then the and covered with cloth. The
"Lieut. Johnson, of Sherman's Caval- then cut them up and put into wine is no. longer gourd
ho answered. with aromatic herbs and then make a "Guten nacht," with thee, but "Guten cigar ,case is the lady's ear. Instead of trousers are of the old flap-kneo breeches
.. ry. frieasee-of them morgen,"Little ake: wearing ordinary earrings, the Burmese style and the coat is an oldfashionedsack.
? just
"How.camo here as would of
I you chicken. you a women havo a largo hole in their ears, and A pair of flax stockings, made at:
last .
"I riding with a dispatch .
f wear a cheroot in it till wanted. Tho suit.
the time wedding
completed a
same ,
bushwhacked ands "People used to be '
k evening when I was disgusted at the
A friend suggests : "I hear considerable really great advantage of this cigar rose 103
idea of years ago.
made prisoner. I have a bullet in the lefthoulder. eating frogs,butnmvfrogs'legs are '
i complaint about' the cost of housekeeping is that it is never left behind.
n ." considered a great delicacy and are in 410Novelty .
I know of I
for couples.
i "Who brought'you here?" great demand ever '"Where.," young in Bonnets.
Came in the
two couples that have rented a home MayfloTrer.
"An old acts as if he were .
I man, who
4 jointly. They fitted up a, kitchen jointly, bonnets'come among other A few nights ago at a church festival in
; crazy. "Suffer Little and together hired a cook, who is also imported novelties but the wood has was
It was tho first prisoner old Humphrey Children to Come unto 3Ie." by West Union, Ohio, a wooden chair
44 housemaid. This done, they divided the some chemical'process been made as softas Bradford
+ wondered it. Deacon exhibited belonging to George
ever took,and I greatly over White. (who is a leather
property ov.-ner rooms of the house, each couple living as while retaining; its original which has been an
t His policy was to kill, and how came ho and ,runs, a real estate "Goodmoriin tints and of that village, long
1 man's life "agency, ) : distinct from the ,other as if separate grain ing. Thl;substance covers heirloom in the Bradford family and
to Deacon Black.
span __ houses, and atv des .than the 'cost ofboarding. the> crown, whijo the brim b of Astrakhan iI1
from England
M brought.over
"Who ? suddenly asked the Deacon Black was
aro Good '
J you : morning. 1 ''u.iii fur or
o" velvet
Atlanta Constitution. l orsilk
-[ plush.
,... '- .. .-. I .. the Mayflower.
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and a great variety not mentioned here. by mail iby check, draft, or postoffice!' light machinery promptly erected on order.

AH the money order. Cor. Second and<< Centre Sft,., FERNJ\NDIX, FJ,A. Church. Factory and School Bell:: lor saleat
: above was purchased by the Proprietor a bargain.
while recently in New York, at the :No DEVIATION FROM PUBLISHED -KS"Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
VEIIY LOWEST FIGURES and will be TERMS.: All goods delivered at the various transportation -
sold at a.omalllivin profit FOR CASH. THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANAC, a ", :, .;!' ". .'- :,\ 'f" .:.";. :.. : .. .: ; stations within the city free oi
.]laving been established in :East Florida valuable publication of ninety-six pages is mace 1833;: ,and in this city since 1861,I hope published as a Supplement to THE SUN .. i >. ;'. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND ST L (;
and expect: to receive a large share of the about the first of each year. It is not for sale. '
public patronage,and will endeavor to make nor is:; it distributed except to subscribers of ,:: 'ernandinala.., July 12, 1884. t

"THE SUN," Daily and Weekly, for whose .. ',,;.-./. -., t
'iMART+- benefit it is published. Every subscriber to .. ., R. S. SCHUYLERARaHITEaT,
THE SUN," Daily or Weekly, whose (/..', .
: .
name is on our books the first of the year :. .- ., _--
i in the future, as in the past, one of the most will receive a copy of THE SUN ALMANACfree -
Popular Stores in the
city. of charge.
1 offer my hest thanks for past favors. Postal Orders, Checks, Drafts, etc., are to DESIGNS with Plans. Details Specifications ,
be made }payable, and all NEWS and BUSI- and Superintendence.In .
NESS Communications addressed, to

Fernandina, Nov. a, 1885. A. ABELL& CO.. Publishers, -- the Circuit Court
Sun Iron Building,

Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. ,

LINES PAPER sent-upon 75 CTS.receipt PER of DOZEN 2-cen W., u:. KAUKNIGHTV AGENT, B. NOYES |claim $941, Bond IS,,:!.
The Cabbage for the South Attachment.

___ Fernandina _D AJfDDealer Either for home ore or for shipment to Sovraxxs MABTTTS YOU writ of attachment has been issued
,- .-. --- -'- in Ice I:, against you; and your property attached to
satisfy the demand of A. B. Noyes, amount- :, ;
Xotlce to Tax-Payers TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY SUMMER. ing to $941.79. Now, unless you shall ap- ,
asn now ready to receive the St"4o and BROOM STREET WHARF pear before his Honor James M. Baker :
ounty taxes assessed upon the red and Judge: of the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
\personal 1'I property in the county of Nassau, 1-tf FERNANDINA.. A. Thus valuable variety as well u a foil list of the most desirable Circuit, in and for Nassau County on the t
a., for the year 18S5, and can be found at first Monday in January, A. D. 18SG being
t 111)'office,in the store of Mr. Emil O.Friend, JAMES JIcGIFFIX, VEGETABLE SEEDS the fourth day of said month,judgment will >
Corner Centre and Third streets every Wed- be rendered against you, and your propertysold
"!iesiiay> and Saturday, when not on a collect- AND .BUILDER. I Will be found described In our Manual of EVERYTHING TOB 1'BJI Gain which will be sent to any I to pay the debt.
S tour in the county. COXTRACTOR address on receipt of stamps(6c..]to cover postage. II. BAKER, ,
WARREN F. SCOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff. ,.
Collector of Revenue, Nassau County. Alachua Street, between Second and Third, SEEDSHES: GROWERS, Fernandina, Fla., October 3d, 18S5. 3mALL < i

K'rnandina, Fla., December ?, 1885.I'icfcled FERNANDINA, FL A. Peter Henderson & Co. 35 A Cortlandt Si.,

Oysters, Orders and estimates from a distance carefully in the highest style of the art,at
.\1 WIIITXEB & SCHCYLER'S. attended to. 25-tf the MIRROR Steam Printing House. '

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r 'J t'1Jrj;; 1 ;' J,,'1m 1 Almuoit.n 1 1i /. ida is $600,000. twenty-five: percent ATTENTION', ,BUSINESS MK\: thirty years, the fact that it is liableto t -

j, !l1'rn .. is allotted to each, we should( In another, column. we have .set occur must affect all 'investments '
i jr GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. in orange groves and reduce the $2-50
I f.attt be satisfied. If less isg given to either, forth cogent reasons fora( fair and value of such property considerably. .

"; !Subscription, >92 per year; six. months 91. distribution of the amount Inevitably also
,;rw li'f'tW. .'itJ1"1 it will be in order to favor some impartial capital, always cau- WILL BUY A
tious and timid will look elsewherefor
h t Office corner Centre and First streets second floor recommended by the Congressional i ,
.. other work. If the Southern men "
H .. a more trustworthy "frost-line, GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEADAT .
".t1:!1 t:1i{:;'''1''l.,,?".i' RATES OF ADVEKTISING. interested in our coast harbors will Committee for the improvement of and it will find it in Southern Cali-
i\ Ten cents a line for the first and five cents for fornia. The that "It's
proverb an
the rivers and harbors. To that
u 1."! 'j J f': -. each subsequent insertion. act together and demand an equal see ill wind that.blows nobody good" is FRED W. HOYT & CO'\>

Special local notices 15 cents a line. will and shall justice is done is the duty of our illustrated in this Florida's
H t Reading notices 25 cents a line. sharing, they get.it we case. FURNITURE. STORE:,
f ? Special rate for time advertisements upon application Representatives but there is another disaster is California's opportunity.In .
all full rata ..
get our pro appropriation. ..I CENTRE STREET.
tJ wl at the office.Communications. the first 'place, there will be a
t'tt'; !'. Any other policy will be sui- duty to be perr 'tnled by our business dearth of oranges for present con-

,>fity"r upon all matters of local interest men and property' owners. The sumption; and the last Californiacrop ..
. cidal and injurious. --
: t.- solicited from all parts of the county and from --
rf! P' abundant. Thus far
fN.4.P; I :"'t along the lines of Florida railways.! gods help thosewho help themselves." was no
i, j]. All communications intended for publication THE ADVANTAGES. A DEEPWATER California oranges have been mar-
"f1.. .ft."JJ i should be addressed to the Editor; all business; 1IARBOH. Our sist city of Jacksonville,always ; keted here which compare at all favorably SASH,. DOORSAXD
!!1t."t letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR with the .Indian River fruit, ,
'f.. 1.". rf. From Hyer's report of the commerce fully alive to its interests,has already, -
and the grades of California
,L t, :. .''Ui1 SATURDAY JANUARY 23, 18S6. of the port of Pensacola, we through its Board of Trade, selected oranges are not equal in juice or BLINDS,

tfi '' learn that nearly ten million feet of able delegates to go on to Washington sweetness to the common Florida

i J 4 A FAIR ANI IMPARTIAL DISTRIBUTION lumber were shipped from that port ones. But the California groves arcYOln AT FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.
1! ; : tl: DEMANDED.JIif'r.,1 to see that her interests are prop- and
: improving every year,
!I.t during the month of December and
ffa. ? The River and Harbor Committee erly represented. in the. distribution and since the market for oranges is
that eighty vessels entered duringthe unlimited in the --- -- --- -'..

ft"K r&itktvtl '?! J it is reported, have decided to report month, mostly of large size. : of the amounts for public improve practically circumstances, the Pacific crop existing may D R. BOSCO,

a bill for improvement of rivers and With the same depth ,pf water as ments. Shall Fernandina, the only be expected to flow in rapidly to GERMAN PHYSICIAN,

11; .harbors not to exceed eleven millions Pensacola has,.our own port. of Fer- deep sea harbor on the Atlantic coast meet the demand. It is, of course, Specialist of Chronic Diseases. Asthm.perfl'ctIy .\
I much to be regretted that the Florida and permanently cured within
of dollars. This will give about nandina could furnish a ,similar re- of Florida sit supinely down and two
tt <, groves have suffered so greatly, but weeks. Male and female diseases cured in

:i:'.' per cent. of the amount ;port. There are millions of acres of by''taking no action whatever, rely it is some satisfaction to know that short time. Consultation free.

" "' yellow pine timber within reach of the loss can be at{ least partially sup- Office hours from 7 to 9 a.m.and 3 to 6 p.m.
for the the undoubted merits of
HIM1twentyfive by Engineer'De- this port,and that there is a constant solely upon plied from another State of the Office, foot of Centre St., Swann Building.

*111:&K?* ..;. i {partment, if divided pro rata. Whatever demand for it in foreign countries is her port, and the vague hope that Union.-.': Y. Tribune. Special Bargains in Youths' and
----- -- --- --
'1,<.:.e- 1.t:'h. works are reported by the Engineer shown by the splendid report of the somebody will come to her relief ASBESTOS cloth has been chosenas Boys' Clothing.Just .

; ;: Department to be of national business of Pensacola. We rejoicein and represent her.. while no effort or the jacket" for the boiler of a Mr. J. Kydd.received has by bought J.&T.a Kydd.fine line Onr of buyer these

;tF.t ;l't. : 1 importance should be dealt with by Pensacola's prosperity, and only request is being made on the part of new locomotive built for the Boston give goods our below customers regular prices the benefit and we of intend it. Call to

tij.t,(. ., I J fr the committee fairly and impartial- desire: to be placed in a similar con- the people most immediately inter-' and Albany Railway. This will not and see them._J. & T. KYDD.

" dition: as to.facilities for entrance to "' char as does wood and will retain Dry Goods;
1rjai';: ly. If they will at once proceed to ested ? '" ,
; our own magnificent harbor. more heat. Remember the closing out sale in Dry

3 ,t.t 7 make up the bill on the pro rata Wake up you business men and Goods, etc., at
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Ax EXPERIENCED vocalist has it is PAUL FLh sE S.ESTA.I3LISHED .
f\r: .;...! basis, they would be able to reportit "FLORIDA'S DISASTER. Board of Trade, and by united action ,
r'r,i '" (! f'liI said, (during fourteen years cured 1875.
; ; .. 1;' ,fit-i,.--1. in a weeks time. and secure We reprint from a recent issue of press upon Congress the need of a any number of cases of obstinate --

J&M 8i2:(\}:t .'" prompt action.i It is not the amount the New York !ZVi7r an article .prompt and liberal appropriation, at cough by prescribing the free use of
\ .j( ,. .. of the I bill, or any special in it, that Florida's Disaster. this term, for the completion of the raw oysters as a diet. The remedyis
The to Florida by the recent -
I' creates opposition, but the log rolling injury jetty works. at, the entrance to our easily tried.DESPITE .
x cold weather
unprecedented & CO.
ft; ( and discrimination which, under the harbor. :. **,. Vermont's stringent fish- ,
0' need not be underestimated. It is ,

pressure of persistent effort, have very great and very serious. The As no one, thus far, seems willingto protective laws, some scalawag depopulated ----

: ) "tin f f caused the committee to give some immediate pecuniary loss caused by take the initiative, we take the one of her lakes the other =1 PHARMACISTS 1 t=
r tF' 't .Ji _.
day by exploding a quantity dynamite -- ----
"-- -- --
: !f works amount in the loss of at least one-half of the -
i E1tfi: a larger proportion liberty of calling upon Maj. Duryee,
.. ... under the ice. Every fish
o ;!f millionof Centre Street.FERNANDIJfA .
less than
; V4 '. to the whole amount, than others crop is hardly one Col. Read, Mr. William Lawtey, the apparently, was killed.
dollars. A great conflagration in FLORIDA,
f tJ equally entitled to consideration. ---- ---
j : managers of the railroad, the Mallory -
{ .:,. a Northern city frequently destroys THE MOST valuable postage stamp hand
constantly on a fine a.sort-
.' ;" t.was. a noticeable .fi feature of the I but in Steamship Line and the Town KEEP of FRESH and PURE .
,t iIJ much more than that, our known to collectors is said to be one FOREIGN
1.l 0
"*fa.. M I' Harbor Convention_ ,at Savannah that case we have no insurance. Apart Improvement *Company, and Messrs. issued by the Postmaster at .Brattle- and DOMESTIC ._____*

; local interests should not be from the loss.of the fruit there is the Drugs and Chemicals
t pressed, Hoyt, Noyes, Dotterer, Kydd, Prescott boro, Vt., in 1847, which was sup-

i!: ? but all stand on equal ground; and question of the damage the crop of Swann, Stark, and others inter- presssed after a few weeks. A speci- Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,

this is.the and the i the present year will sustain, and men now is worth six or eight hun-
right spirit only
iSai'fl5&' ested, to meet-say Monday night, Proprietary and Fancy Goods.
i themselves
the damage trees may I dred dollars.
t:: \ ): rf ; way in which I action should be the 25th inst.-and act in the matter
)" turn out to have sustained. The' ------- -- FINE TOILET ARTICLES,

t.f', 1 1fd sought. If there appears to be in impression is now quite general that without.further delay. VESSELS plying the placid Mediterranean
}'f" 11 \ have a hidden foe more to PERFUMERY: SOAPS, ETC..
i.\1 t 1 r Im 1 any quarter .a disposition to obtain the crop of the present year is damaged Why not':Mr. Hoyt, as secretary of
J '( ; : be dreaded than the sharpest reef. IN GREAT VARIETY.
t. : ;..:... : :. tan undue share, or to undervalue in quantity one-half to two- the Board of Trade, extend a call Shipmasters are warned of an er-
: p t. r '
other works in order enhance thirds. This loss in quantity may, Physicians' Prescriptions!>
t 4 j: to for ri.i of the citizens
to-day meeting \ ratic torpedo which has lately broken -
carefully compounded with Drugs,at
:! : : and probably will be, made up in
'lt their own, such an effort will react part in higher prices. or the board, on :Monday afternoonor away from its moorings, reasonable prices.

1,, + against the parties who seek to gain The loss to nursery stock may be evening? Such action on his and is drifting about seeking to entrap An Ordinancefor

::a"', .I.f.::' ,:1 an advantage over others.I admitted, but it is only a prospective part will, we are sure, be approved some unsuspecting craft. It Fixing the Rale of assessment fur Tau+r-
r r 7 t seams that the Tripoli governmentin lion for the Year 188:;.
!ft{ Senators and Representatives of the loss, and not very serious at that. by all citizens. a sudden panic at the prospectof

P-i,,'r(' 1 Southern States interested In harbors The nursery stock of the countrywas There are other matters besides:: ,the an Italian invasion, filled its BE Council IT ORDAINED of }Fernandina BY That TilE for CITY tlu-
\\j iViiJf :, in of the demand and of meeting the current of
"" excess purpose expenses
: F r\ can effect much if they act in concert bar that it would be well for our port with 18,000 men and strung said city, and the past due indebtedno-
t can well be waited for. its harbor. thereof, for the year 1885; also, for the pur-
t ; l and with efficiency but if each torpedoes across Duringthe
I ;
to discuss and these cannot
r.t! people pose of establishing a Water Works and Fin-
: :1 If the entertained is .
opinion now recent stormtwo of these engines Protection Unreal
r J' Senator or Representative has some there be raised by levy upon
;1ir ij'1 correct, that the standard trees have be as well considered as at a public of destruction went adrift. One was and personal property of the city a>
"< } ; work in which he feels a particular assessed a tax of thirteen ((13)) mills on tin-
..." : not sustained serious injury, the gathering. wrecked on the coast, and the other dollar. as follows : For current expenses.nine .
!!i'1 I(1.( interest, and endeavors to give proportions of the disaster are much Call the meeting! is still missing. ((0)! ) mills : for past due bonds: one <(11 1>
'Hi mill, and for water supply and fire protirtion
. '\'.. undue prominence to it, he loses the I diminished, and it can only be regarded ----------- --._-- --- three ((3)) mills.
, #' / First reading December 16th.
t I gt confidence of the committee and of'ii' as a temporary set back. Second reading December ICth.
The American far The recent heavy frost in Floridais Third reading and passed December UHli..
. his associates and the whole seaboard people are
G. F. A
believed to have seriously injured VERY
"'" i energetic a people to be disturbed bya President of Council
!rl harbors suffer from the want if it has not killed outright, a large !I Attest: GEO. E. WOLfF.
'I'h'I. 1;' TYI! -of united effort possible freeze once in thirty years- proportion of the orange trees in that City Clerk.

: in this case once in fifty-one }*ears- State. As yet there are: no statisticsof fU wElGyT Approved : W. II. POPE.
No should be asked ROYAL{:uwo" : janl -lw: Mayor.In .
representative the but the cold _
and our confidence in the suitabilityof damage, as was, esoiurnrpe4 I -- -- -

or expected to make himself a, special the climate of Florida for orange according to all observers, greater !... .. i the Circuit Court.
+ t than has been experienced in that ....,, .:...:. : FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAl"COUNTY
advocate of his district of growing will no more be shaken ; -==
any since 1835 and 0r )
region as a temperature FLORIDA.
-work in his district. His duty- his than that of the people of Italy and below 20 must have inflicted 1ii. .;..... .::1

c I' Southern Europe, who are familiar very serious::; injury upon the orange f'a. .m Ii"' GEORGEV.. BAEK.) .
lie in IClftJlrer
influence and his interest an !/
; trees the oldest and ... : as. '
with freezes at much shorter inter- except, perhaps, AN'X B.teRJ Order Dit'Jfl'I''.
energetic and impartial advocacy hardiest:: it is a safe assumption that "i' I MARY
,,," vals. In fact: it. should inspire confidence .. .1 :JAbsolutely It appearing from the affidavit of GtM-rj-'i';
the of Florida will be '
a I all works of public importance indorsed in the to orange crop '< ill ; II. Baer, the complainant in the above suit.
orange industry greatly reduced,for at least a year; to p that defendant Mary Ann Baer is air1'
f : by the Engineer Department know that the trees can stand a come. Add to this the statement from said State, and resides in the VI.truTof ::

and recommended by them for improvement temperature of 15 to 20 above that' all the oranges left on the trees Now Columbia therefore it is ordered that said defendant I

1I ; .t obtain zero, without material injury. The arc ruined, and that the loss of Mary Ann Baer appear anal
lie should labor
t to picked oranges ,will reach half a answer or demur to complainant's said bill
; : full and Florida orange will continue to million boxes and it will be : of complaint, filed in said Court in the
ti ". a recognition an equal seen first
P hold the market county of Nassau on or beforethe t.
on account of its
that this frost' has had far-'
killing a Monday in February being the first day
*-hare, for the public works of his
:. superior excellence, as the Tribune reaching most mischievous effect. said month. 1806, and that this order be
district He has no right to If the published in the Florida Mirror a newspaper
a assume admits. Even if the present year injury proves as general as POWDER published in said city of Fernandina.l

; to decide on the respective merits pf' shows a diminution of the crop it now indicated, moreover, that confidence county of Nassau, for iour consecutiveweeks.
l1 j .in equability of the climate .
1 i d t ,, these'works in the interest of one fir I I1i will be but for one year; ,' and ,the which has been the chief_ support : Pure. Witness Hon. James M. Baker Judge of
said Court and the seal thereof this 51-'
smother community. I great increaseof groves will soon of heavy investments there POWDER NEVER VARIES. A day of December A. D. 18&:).
more than replace in'market the crop during the last ten years will be THIS of (purity, strength; and whole- JOHN A.. :EDW AHDS.
The amount estimated for and recommended of 1885. We have no fear of much shaken, if not destroyed.The somenes More economical than the ordi- Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Co..Fla.Fernandin .
+ '.: capi- nary kinds= iind cannot be sold in competition i, }Fla.. January _: 18fil'
i : by the- Engineer Department tal being so timid as to look for a "frost-line" theory, in fact, with the multitude of low-test, short- -

1 for' the two most important : new frost-line in Southern California has been shown to be untenable by weight alum or phosphate powders. Blankets and House Furnishing
this single storm:because even if gf Sold only in cans.
4 three thousand ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Goods, at New York prices, :ItPAVL
t k-c i .' i works on the Atlantic coast of Flor- away.. such a frost only occurs once, in 48. lOO.Wall Street. New York. I FUSKB'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.

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J. & T. Xydd's Special ,BU1 gains I! .",
' case good dark Prints at 4J cent per J. & +T. KYDDWE e

yard.1 case best Prints at 5 cents.per yard. .M b i :E EEtC'S .

Selected styles at G cents per yard ; tN ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF OUR FALL

.All wool scarlet Knit Undershirts at. OT I STOCK. JUST RECEIVED:

cents, worth $1. i
Brocaded Dress Goods at 15 cents! worth IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR ;1 1 1I ',
I 1 .
25 cents. '; : ill NEW FALL DRESS GOODS I

Job lot all Linen Towels half price, from 1 I J ,

10 cents up.IJadics' .

Jerseys at 50 cents. [/Jlffl{( 1886hlll! \\ = C.ASIIMERES:
100 pair Pants from $1.50 to $4.00 below / DRY GOODS IN .

regualr price. / I Plaids, Prints, Ginghams, etc., j
New stock of Overcoats, just received

from $3 up. J. & T. KYDD. I P* Blankets, Quilts, Comfortables, I

Gents Furnishing Goods, !I \ -AT- = I

At great bargains, at
.r_": ''I --
Shoes, Shoes! ,; f t:'." -!) i
Again arrived a new stock of Gent's. La. .., ;::::":;'.' !
dies<< )lis cs' and Children's Shoes. They .;' We have just received from the North and East an -TOUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT}>-
are of the finest quality and neatly made.If ., '. immense stock ofgjYaooDsoLoTHINo11 H
anyone can n ndersellme I want to knowit t"r.
as I haven't heard.of a single instance up ir: IS <* I
$1.50 up to $8.00 per suit. GUARANTEED. J
Hats Boots and Shoes
W. J. lJ JlII.\s. ,

All Wool k and in fact a full line in every Department, of the = I II NEW F STYLES IN GENTS' HATS i
Scarlet Flannel Shirts, 80 cents. i '
LATEST DESIGNS and able to buy --
\V. J. LOII:MAC, ; as we are
(' r in bulk, we are prepared to offer same at Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. e :l
Handsome Presents.
Hamls-oine presents given away to parties -a. LARGE; LUTE; OF II.I SOME GOODS. 0 :
$10 or more at a /
PAUL FCXKE'S.Cash > $&-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to 0. t
ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. t!

find it to their BuyersWill interest to buy their Rush of business prevents our naming specialties. J" & T. KYNortheast : : ,. = o !
Clothing, Dress Goods, Flannels, White d{t All we ask is a trial Call and examine our stock
Goods, Woolens, Notions, Shawls, Hosiery, ., > before purchasigI elsewhere. corner Centre and Third Sts.,
/ Domestics atW. NEW YORK 'FICE-83: Walker St. }\ FERi T AA DIIvA, FLA. N
J. 1J00IMAl'His '\' d) I
!t n6r No trouble to show goods at MODE BED'S.
prices are positively below those of

competition. ... ', I G
Winter Clothing. 1I
Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at ;

Notice.To I DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, in 1 :'

Notice is hereby given that 1 have been
appointed Administrator of all and singular .A.N"C".A.BY ::a:3" :1EEE 13Iv 1-
;the goods, chattels, rights and credits of MODE BRO'S W
JOHN C. SNOWBALL, deceased, and all 00. '
Prices are positively below those of any house and fully
creditors of said estate, legatees,and persons ,
entitled to distribution are notified to pre- US to S>> per cellt. less than those or allY credit m i

ent their claims and demands, duly attested : concern. I want the money down ; the give yon thirty and i
within two from this date, and [
sixty in which tn and make for the -
exhibited days pay up petty privilege by
that the same will be barred
within said period C. A.aforesaid.SNOWBALL. I I III LEADERS OF LOW PRICES \\1 hW I O charging you ten years nmpnn.l interest. And yet people insist 0
I this
calling nonsense.
upon :
'h ,1'1 .
Administrator estate of John C. Snowball, ."
deceased. To those who have not bought, nf tile, would ask their inspection

Hart's Road, Fla., December 29th, 1885. O to convince them that give tJ.e BEST GOODS for the money.w. LJ i
dec29 GwLUCY
Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St. Fernandina '
COTTAGE, m r. :L.ii101: : : : .AI.iv, Tf)
Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, CORNER SIXTH AND ASH STREETS
J \ }
FERXANDINA. FLORIDA.OFersjleasantroonis.well ,

furnished,with -----. CHEAP FOR GASH AT W. LOHMAFS. S. t
c'r without hoard. Table Boarders will be .J
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Ladies and Gentlemen's I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof ', ; J r
Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting of Colored -
Gold Silver Watches, Silks, Satins, Velvets,Cashmeres ; Blankets are among t ,
specialties Gloves and Hosiery in variety ... L
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Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT Feathers, Satincs. Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP, LINE !
REASONABLE RATES. be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special \
attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofIVIEN

No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style.Call lI6JSE: I--W-EEKLY S 9.ILIN'GS.. Ii t tjJ

and examine- my stock. AND BOYS' CLOTHING jJ .

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Centre Street. which cannot he beaten in the city, and which I urn selling at ." .,:
Fernutdinaov.11,1885.! low Suits to custom-made at J
astonishingly prices. equal one- I
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WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE Furnishing Goods of every description. .,'
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Goods I am offering; unprecedented bargains, and I will not be .,
undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my :specialties. -
For Domestic or Export Trade, Attention is also directed to my large assortment of : = IThis I

FERN ANDINA, FLORIDA. ,.FURNISHIi T G GOODS Line, having< 110 Transfers between Fernandina and New I'
SEWING MACHINES, comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea FRUITS, VEGETABLES and others. i
offered the of DIRECT LINE and U>bUKPASSED -
advantages a
The traveling public are
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ATTA Ml'NTS. for any Sewing Machine, ,for TOLL POINTS.
For freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to .
price..f.' 'tOl"Iachiu's. repaired at. moderate STREET, R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, '">
Corner Third and Ash Streets.- I FERNrsNDINA.: : : ; C. H. MALLORY & CO.. / -;
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C GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriffr-G. W. Epperson.'Lake: Butler. 1 I MADISON- COUNTY. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. I yy.._--.-.. -
Collector of Revenue. -Bunberry' Haynes. County Judge-li. )[. Witherspoon, :\[adison. -"n-m r-J
y i, United States Officers.d' Starke. .. Sheri 's Sale. c-tg.o :::

; c'' LAND .OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.jtcfjuster ,. Superintendent of, Scftools-J.:.L. Hill, Lake Sheriff S. A. Parramore, Madison and by virtue of an execution is- _o. :: 0--::'.: ;:
I : Butler; Madison TiNDER .. .=. N
-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Clerk-John. Beggs, )\ of the Circuit Court Fourth --<"' -- Q- .-...
I Jleccivcr-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Judicial Circuit, in ami for Nas-suu County' ;_= :_::(_t r. :::: /.J Q

; to .nrveyor-Geiierol. F. McClellan.I County Judge-James A. :McCrory, .City Madison. in a. suit in aid l Court.determined, wherein ::: :- :;
,M d y Point. County Tren.surer-'b. S. Smith, Madison. I-u> ::;
.la; COURT. I I. Courier i plaintiff and Clarence N.Brewster cr.oQoo ,. .
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Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Iet'ellueB. VI Wadsworth, defendant, mid George Henry narni f :_: ::: .....
Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. -M. E. Titusville.t Madison. : cr.o0 ...w t-3.-. ,
Sheriff English.
< heyI have levied siiid will >ll at .
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ert" ,. Y upon I ;; :!! ;:;" :: "
r+,a 1iLrshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. of Rt't'eLlle-J. F. Reed,Titn. ville. MANATEE COUNTY. public auction in trout of thc 'oiirl-house ;:I- o:;: .
ff Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Sclt Cminty JuJf/c-John G. Webb, Manatee. in the city of :Fernamlina. on Monday( the .: = g .

} INTERNAL REVENUE. City Point. Clerk-Robert S. Griflith, Manatee.Sherijj \ I 4tli day of January,,.\. D. 1880, all the right, S = -w -... j

4'' Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. CALHOUN. )-A.. Watson, Pine Level. title and illtt'rl'st'hid.., George Henry had :-=::- 3 nl.;. .....(=;) <<'r; :.::,.1..::.:..
:County William Clark. Carlton on the 27lh day of)fay, 1882, or at time :
+' r 1 COLLECTORS OF CCST MS.' Judge- Collector cf ILle-h'nry E. any o.;:: : ;:I Ig'Q
' Clerk-James S. Fiinnin. Fo thereafter iif and to Lot one((1),Section four-. : >e:vJ
i Fernandina.
John W. Howell, Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of 8dt'JolsFelix J. Seward, teen ((14)). Township two ((2)), North. Range ;; :::;:Ipi toct. t-:
IIi ins Jacksonville.John :::
r Edwin i ::: :::
t F. House? St. Augustine. Treasurer-J. P. Uichartls.Cullt'ctor Pine Level., twenty-eight ((28)) East, containing fiftyfouracres' ( :::..:-: .. .. tLs j js
of llet'elHtC-Joel Atkins.: MARION COUNTY. '0' Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well. Terms cash, purchaser! ,paying for title. I :-: -' (-I;) ;:- 'w=' .-....
State O Ulcer*. Cmtnty Judje-J. II. Williams, Ocala. 1. .\. ELLERMANN, Sheriff: }: o <"' ? ""to-. e

CLAY COUNTY. (,'lerl-nobert Bullock, Ocala. Fernandina, Fla., December 3d, ISSo.Sheriff's I 'E'<:y: ci= :: f rr.).-.."'= 1

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange SV/erj--E. T. Williams Ocala. ------.-.-.- .- ---' I ::; :::.i : 8 .

Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park. Collecor. of Iet'CllIICr.. P. Trantham. &sTTTNDER I .C :: -. ,..,... ........ -'
Milton II. Clerk-G. N. Bardin. Green Cove Spring. Ocala. ::. :: .t"....
h11. LieutenantGovernor- MabryJ and by virtue of an execution : 0 ; 9
a"f"t 1...e,bnr/l ,. I SI.erlff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-:M. L. Payne. vJ issued out of the Circuit Court, Fourth I ::: :r.' = p l.l
State John L. Crawford Tal Springs.Collector. Fort McCoy.\ :.. o oo.w
Secretary of Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, I .
Rez'en'.UW' J. Wilson. Green
lahassee.CoinptruUcr. of MONROE COUNTY. in suit determined, wherein E. E. S. :.g..
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rCtrA -" D. Barnes, Tallahassee. McRae.Superintendent of cwolsGco. W. Hall, County Jitdfje-Cha$. S. Baron, Key West. leigh, Administratrix of the estate:: of'\"ad-I :-'. _: (-..;.<1:.:.: 0_...: C)

5.+ 7hluILrer-E. S. Crtlt.L Clerk Peter T. Knight, Key West'::; born A. Sanborn, deceased, is plaintiff -- --. --, :-..-: .".
AUorneyGaieral )I. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY.County S/icriff George A. Demerritt West. Frank Foster and Joseph Longwood I = ::
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Q 4+,v ?see. Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of ICl' nllC'-=Mason S. Moreno, ants, I have levied upon and will defend-I I ::... 0-.. -A UI;
M8i Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. public'aution-, front of the Court-house in I : :::" -rp Z

of Public Itstructiml-A. J. P. Farwell, Lake City. the of Fernandina the first ..
Superintendent Sh.eriff-C. Superintendent Schools-J. V. Harris,Key city on Monday 0:;; :.: 0
k Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. in January, A. ]).1886, being the 4th day of .":j.;) ;:I r.t.:;, ::- 0I' t-3

.Adjutant-GeneraL-David Lang. Superintendent! of Schools-W.A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. said month, a steam pile driver levied upon -, .,, _0 "O

' u SUPREME COURT. Lake City. as the property of Foster and Longwood. ....
% tice.-Geo. G. McWhorter. DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. :::: rpC"=-o2.goo

t .Chief.ssociate Justice-George P. Raney, Tallahassee County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. dina. A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff :::: "0.. ..
xLc i .y Clerk-T. \Faulkner.. Sheriff-John Cl.erk-J. A. Edwards A. Ellermann, Fernandina., Fernandina. Fernandina; Fla., December 3d, 1885. _;:I 'Z.-f ; ::id 0)L

'.- t Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Win. M; Mettaur. Assessor of Tares-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- In Justice Court. :-, 'oe 0 .... ""

rah Jackson\'ille. Treasurer-J. 1V tn. Ewan. nandina. ?,... == ;..c...=,... .. m
.y Clerk-1). Wilson,Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Rez.c1tue-W'urcn F. Scott. Fer- STATE. OF FLORIDA, NASSAU COUNTY. ':' :: ;"'Zp
To J/,, Martha Schuyler and Geo. 11' Schuy-
'. ''c:7: ,: Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of- Schools-John Owens, You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment -

-'t, +u .sacola. sonville. Evergreen. has been issued against you, and
iT Second Circuit David S. Walker;Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County TtsureeGnsta Stark, Fernan your property attached, to satisfy the de-

e. Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. mand of W. B. C. Duryee. amounting to > .', '; ,

1" 4 Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison Assessor of TaXes--Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY.County $70.15. Now, unless::; you shall appear before ,'" .,'

,*', ', Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. Jndije-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. "". F. Livingston, a Justice of the Peace in -. -

: t 4i vile.z4 Collector of RcteJltLc.-)1oses .1. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. and for said county, at his office'at. Fernan- '- '," "'; '

+, t Fifth Circuit-Thomas F.. King i Gaines- Jacksonville. Collector of HCl'C1tlLe-F.. T. Ilnrdcnian, Or-' dina, on the first Monday of February, A. D. l'
r #; y' i "ill e. / Superintendent of Sclwoh William H. Bab- lando. '''' 1886, at 10 o'clock in the:morning} ,judgment i 9 :
1 Sixth CirclLtII.. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of School"-John T. Becks,) will be rendered against you, and your prop- :At;: f Y I .
Seventh Ci.rcuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando. erty sold to pay the debt.
,. SWl'CYU'f-J. O. Fries, Orlando. Dated this 2d day of December D. 1885.
tt County Judge-Walter Tate. II. J. BAKER I 1 \. t '
; : J Ctiirt Calendar. Tl'easlLl'a-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. io' \ "
.. -I j Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. deco; 8w Plaintiffs Attorney. ,, .
Jtv'Xr : "f; : '
y :? FIRST CIRCUIT. Sheriff-Joseph Wilkins. POLK. :;:0. !) ;y.
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e Pall rem- Trea.surer-J. S. Leonard. ; .
H& County Judge-J. A. Former. Sheriff's Sale. --
( 'r w SantaWalton Rosa, 2 ; 4th Monday in October. N. B. and by virtue of an execution y.tt f.
of Cook. Sheriff-W. H. Jonson. UNDER
i ontof'the Circuit Court Fourth ./:'- : {-i ,'i
Holmes, Wednesday after 4th Monday Tret1.'wrer-F. F. Bevilh- ; '):J, :: : ; :

t .. ? 1f i in October. FRANKLIN. Collector of Revenue-J.-D. Tillis. Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, '," :,. ; <, ,," ,

i t Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent; of Schools'-John Snoddy.. in snit determined, wherein Joseph C.Head -. :';; / '
w in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. is plaintiff and John O'Donald defendant, I : .. ,0.,:'
1lt.y "
,/ 's Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. have levied upon and will sell at public auction .

October. Trl'4SUrcr-R. H. Porter. TLI1fef Probate-T.SlIoughton-: Palatka. in front of the Courthouse in the cityof > "

i rtl." Escambia, Monday in December. Collector of Ret'ellnc-Geor A..Pntton. Clerk-\V. F. Forward, Palatka. Fernandina, on the first Monday in Jan- ..'. ; 'f.'\ ... <.:
t This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff+Geo. J. Xehnhar, Jr., Palatka. uary, A. I). 1880, being the 4th day of said !: ;;r.. : z'HjI''i; !*,

; 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Rel'enlLe-J Price. month, the east half of the northeast quarterof : : : ", ', ," 1'-:1": : :' -t,

Spring Term. Superintendent Public ScwulsA J. \\ ood, northeast quarter of Section 30, Township .
b :i' THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg judge-J. R. Hams. Palatka. :2, North, Range 25 Eastand, Lots 7 and 8 in

Term- Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Block 6, city of Callahan. Also, one and a
1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell. half acres of land situated, lying and being
Taylor, I
Treasurer-A. W. Smith. Count Judge John R. Kfriib'few, Perr) in the city of Callahan, and described as follows -
,r April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, ferry
Q p Madison 2d Monday in April. ; Commencing at a stake, said stake
of Schooh-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
iKlV'm Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent being: the southeast corner of lands owned THE FLORIDATOVN
; Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. Superintendent of Sc/wols-T. J. Faulkner! 1 by the Trustees; of therFree School,and running -
TRH i< Perry. west along the line of said school land
liJE in April. 3d after 4th Monday County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.County and lands belonging to John O'Donald, IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
Columbia Monday
Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. Surt'elm'-D. \. Cox, Perry. which bounds said lands on the north, two I
;N in April. Sheriff-Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. --
i Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday hundred and ten feet to a stake; thence Fernandina,
''t R Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. south along the line of lands belonging to
in April. Superintendent of Schools- J. N. Reid, John O'Donald. which bound it on the
,; ."+ Fall Term- County Judge-John Chain. Towns on R. R. Line.
rk 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. Clerk-It. 11. Shepard. west three hundred and fifteen feet to a
r.. ,rr : { October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer--Robert Robinson. stake ; thence east along the line of lands And Cedar Key

Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of'Rn'clt1lc-'V. J. Williams. belonging to John Booth, which bounds it

Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. on the south two hundred and ten feet to a

Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. stake, this line being parallel to the first line; -
in October. Collector of Revenue- n o.E.King, Lecanto. thence north along the lands 'belonging to
: Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday Assessor of Taxes--J. F. Shands, Brooks- County JudgeM. R. Cooper, St. Augus Jehu Booth, which hounds it on the east, Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large-
xille. tine. three hundred and fifteen feet to place of
? 1t:1 Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools".. C. Zimmerman Clerk Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. hl' inning. This line is parallel to the second number of the most eligible and desirable-
Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine line.
1 *& in October. Floral City.
v Kr} _-. A-.* :i FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Jct.ClllLc-Joseph F. Llambias, Terms cash purchaser paying.for title.J. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
,t'a X w Spring St. Jolla, 2d Tuesday March.. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, I Fernandina, Fla., December 3d I 1885. City or Suburban Residences,
Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine.
in March.
Clay, 4th Tuesday In the Circuit Court,
'. Sheriff ,
Bradford 1st Tuesday April. =
Recnue-'V. J.
Collector'of ,
11. Steele
r Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Judge-J. ,
in Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday April. : Discounts on Values allowed to-
Duval Ibt Tuesday May. Sheriff-J. F. Galloway, Sumterville.
j County Judge-A. H. Brownell.
tr Collector RC1'enue-I. N. Withers Lees- THOMAS HADDOCK 1
of ,
5 Fall Term- Clerk T. H. Pitman.
in indus-
vs. } Order. parties engaged manufacturing
; St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent. MARY HADDOCK.

"# v ,;t4 Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of Seholl.i-C. F. !cnabl, It appearing from the affidavit filed in rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector Re-t'cntte-'Villiam Tucker. Sumterville.
Ir 1 of said' cause that the defendant, Mary Had-
L yr; ,. l Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of BctOolsW'hitneU Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. dock, is now in the State of Georgia."and in erty purchased substantial improvementsfor -
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. the county of Camden, as defendant be-
: a Duval, 1st Tuesday in :November. Clerk-J.. Newman, Live Oak. lieves, and that she is over the age of twentyone residence, or in which to conduct their

s FIFTII CIRCUIT.. County Judgc-Geori'e F. Baltzell. Sheriff-John R. Sessions:, Live Oak. years ; now, therefore, it is ordered that

Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips.SheriffAndrew Collector y' RtL'rllue-nbon H. Sessions, said defendant. Mary Haddock, be requiredto business.

y art. r,,. Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Scott. Live Oak. answer or demur to the bill of complainant -

Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent SchQulr.. Mizzell, filed in said cause on or before the.first INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
e Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent Collector of Revenue Sc/wols-SamuelJ.-John B. Anderson.Erwin. Wei born. Monday in January, A. D. 1886.

i f'1 ij March. VOLCSLtCOUNTY. Witness, John A. Edwards, Clerk of said by exemption for a term of years from
i'Sv'J 'tSn Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter- i Court, and the seal thereof, ,this 2d day of

March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. December A. D. 1885.JOHN. taxation, offered by the several cities and
.+ Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday She-fiff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk II. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. A. EDWARDS

\\W in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. Clerk_. Circuit Court Nassau County, Fla. towns. Apply to
t ,l Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Je'l.'enue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. CHAS. W. LEWIS,
; Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. B. F. Fox New -
\\W'fn Monticello. Superintendent of Schools- / Fernandina.
htiM: N ry Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Smyrna.
Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. W.KULL.COUXTY.. y&r Office, Duryee building. (up stairs),

1 ; 15;' Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Rel.emre-J. H. Tucker, Mon County Judge-R. S. Smith. 8. O ... uu. corner Centre and First s ,c Alachua 1st after 4th Tuesdayin J _
i9 Tuesday ticello. Sheriff Charles Alligood, Crawfordville. -- .;, _
LAFAYETTE COUNTY.CountvJudgeT. Clerk-Nat. 11. Walker, Crawfordville.
SEVENTH 'CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, The Best Newspaper in America, *' ... .
Chessen New
Spring Term- T. Troy. : ,
f f.. Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville.County Treasurer- W. Walker Craw- and by far the Most Readable. ; < ,". .-t.:""".,'\ ., "T.i'r.'!'':, ':..
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. .>t..' }: ;;}p' : ',<:>$1""
y Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New fordville. Agents wanted everywhere to earn : : ?
t Collector Rel'ellUe-J. J. Pearce Craw- t>
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Dade,3d Monday in April. Troy. fordville. money in distributing the Sun's Pre- :' : -.., ,,n. J I- ..'.r'.. ,
? 1' Jail Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New miums. J :

t'h' Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. : : > : o' ., : ; \
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. The most interesting and advanta- .. .,, ,.. rr" : ;'..1: : ':
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Clerk-D. G. :McLeod. ,
t rr Brevard.4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes C. Burch. 'f'R' > t''t' H. :ilf ,.of"" "" r.,' ,""
!a Dade, Monday in November. LEON COUNTY.. Sheriff Treasurer-John James C. McSween.E. Bowers. geous offers ever made by any News- '.:,:',;.,." :'. "\ ,;fiK.t:t :'\\:;':;; ,i--I: :j:'l'..r"";:'";1 1': !'::;;,I'r'.,,/ .

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County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. Collector of Rct'cnue-"T. B. McLeod.Superintendent : : A ,,.,,
r County Officers. No Subscriber ignored or neglected. ,1' :'1'o'.1 I 't l;,'/ : ,; .t"i: '
Sheriff-John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. nf Schools-G. C. Gunn. -. : '
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,F ALACHUA. ? ; / :;
Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. Something for all. ,' f t '
C. Gardner Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel \ *'! '?&%, &&$&'&& <&: ,
County Judge-Junius Judge....:...Wm. B. Jones.Clerk Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in : > .-
County ; $ : :
rille. Tallahassee.' :: ;; : ; } )}, ,: j r;: ;;* .
r ; -D. D. Melvin. Standard Gold and otherWatche V&1uable : : : "
4 Clerk-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. '
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S. W. .
Davis. .
Sheriff. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Rl't.'enuc-C. C. Pearce, Talla Sheriff Books, the Beat Family Sewing Machine :'''z.,')':'P""I .'' .j( 2f', ,ti11) :'. ;')f''t' .:,..
e Y Collector. -H.C. Denton, Gaines hassee. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. known to the trade, and an unequaled list .':':'t':!:,? : ':'J: :::(}7, ;f .; : ..

ville. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent Collector of Ret'entle-Jolm of Schools-Henry Roche.Bush. of objects of real utility and instruction. -". ,".>.I"',5..",:);",:f., f.. "'='"tiiI:;'!f--": -,"".,',''"':'<-<-s'<11_<.",'?...,..t r"...,.e'"J'.{,.'l'":";;.' ';:'' >-,0. .l''. .,,
I ,;i Superintendent of Schools-W. :N. Sheats, Clerk-J.. Barco, Bronson. ::;(: f ''iy/!::,:;',::.: ,:':' ; ;.jJ ';: "' _
+ Gainesville. :: 1: -:-. Jt !Yii t &1. -(::
Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. Rates, by Mail Postpaid: -

BAKER COUNTY. Collector of Ret'CJluc'V. Anderson, Notice for Final Discharge. DAILY, per Year(without Sunday) $6 00 :

s County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. Ix MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST DAILY, per Month(without Sunday) 50 z : ::y,: }i}, t.
Clerk-F. J. Pons Sr., Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, .. ,
k publication of this notice I will present SUNDAY, per Year I 100 ) ,. :;
Sheriff. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. .:,. 'if.. j 11 *:
.a to the lIon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 700 ': 'hi. -
W. Burnsed San-
;v p l Collector of P.ttCllue-J. ', LIBERTY. Nassau county, my final accounts and WEEKLY Year I 100 "
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derson. County Judge-R. F. Hosford. vouchers as executor of the estate of : : r"" 2i'
Schools""m. Lessen Address : : ;. ; ,
>* Superintendent of Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for' a ,,THE SUN, Now York Citj.mHE" ,
i $ Sanderson. Sheriff-D. G. Harrell. final discharge. -
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DVERTISERS! send for Select List
County Jttdge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler j I i I Collector of Retenue-L. G. Wilder. Executor. I House is noted for the artistic mannerin \ Local Newspapers. Geo.our I'. Rowell & Co.

Clerk-Henry F. York,- Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.3. Gregory. Fernandina, Fla., April, 1885. 6m which it executes all kinds of Printing. lo t-pruce Street, !New York. '

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ROUTE NOTICE OF ItE'1 0 ;A'L.I Notice or Incorporation. Savannah,Florida '&Western R'y. Ar. Interlachen........ n.lOu; ,m 4.0G p m '
SEA-ISLAND I II I Ar. J,T tK11'June..7.i0aiit 4..")."> p mAr.

R. G. :McQUITTT THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE WAYCltOSS SHORT LINE. Palatka.................. 7.40am 5.10Plm| -
I of the formation, of .1- Ar. Jacksonville........... 1.22pm 7.12pm


Has removed leis business' is over ROAD COMPANY, ((90th) ,Meridian time, which is 33 minutes For Ocala, Lees ur ..... ............ fast Mail
Meddaugh's grocery; store, on Centre street. slower, than Jacksonville time.OX .. For Pemberton's Ferry ............1. j-

He has received an assortment of seasonable for the purpose of constructing maintain- }'orstor..................... ............ J 11.45 a in
goods for gentlemen's wE'ar.-alHl is preparedto lug and operating a railroad for public use' and after Sunday.ay': 3c.l. l8o, For Palatka............. ) E.'. & ". ..............
make them up to suit'all tastes in the in the conveyance of persons and' property Passenger' Trains will ]leave'arid arrive Jacksonville...... ........... ......?......
best style.] from the St:Mary's River, at or nearly opposite us follows: For St. Augustine...)J" 3.00am 2.05pm
,23- Repairing neatly done. the City of St. )[ary's, Georgia, to the NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.

Fernandina Fla., July 12, 18l4.!: City of Jacksonville, Florida by the most Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a m TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.
direct and practicable route through the Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:00 111 Fruit Pembeiton'sFerry ....:....... ) Fast Jail
ST. NICHOLAS; : Counties of Nassau and Duval. Florida. Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a p m .Frn1 ,Astor anll Leesb'rg ............}j- ......_......
3 A. RYDER, W. T. DILL Arrive From Ocala ......:.......... ............ ,3.05pm '
MASTER. at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m
CAPTAIN M. USINA, -PRACTICAL- H. S. )MORSE Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 m From palatka........... ) Ex. Sun. ......?......
p From Jacksonville.... ......_..... ..
W. IKAY, Arrive }} ......- .... t
at Bainbridge daily at.. ..... 3:30 p m
I BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHT A. H. COX.C. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p r.i From St.Augustine... 9.30 pill 12.45 p m 1


i Jacksonville, Fla., September 1SS5. Arrive at Mobile daily! at....:.......... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta- i
1 Arrive at"New Orleans .....
NOW PREPARED TO DO daily at 7:45 a m tula, etc.: t

regularly between Fernandina : WERE 1 all .work entrusted to our Blankets and. House FurnishingGoods Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa Leaves Leesburg................,.........10 SO a m f
PLYING Savannah: upon the following I\ care promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill -,Vorkcarefully cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Lces ltIr ...................... 4.45 pm l
at New York price, at c laIobile': New Orleans. Texas all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only- after {
schedule.LEAVE. reasonable WoodWork
Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick -
FERNANDINA Monday, noon trip :
i in all of its branches, at living prices i
Wednesday and Saturday, (I. m., upon arrival and at short notice.HorseShoeing. take this ,train, arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg.......................... 5.20 pm .
trains arriving at Savannahthe B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m.
of evening
following mornings. I| a Specialty. RAILROADS.. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this I

LEAVE SAVANNAH: every Sunday. S* Furniture repaired repainted, stainedor train Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .

Tuesday and Thursday, p. in., and reaching varnished. Wire Safes made to order at and New Orleans:
Palatka Jacksonville Tampa &
Florida & Co. Pullman Palace Cars Jacksonville ,
Railway Navigation Sleeping
Fernandina i the following morning i *. i! short notice. $ to Cincinnati via Key West Railway and fast river steamersfor
Connections at Savannah with all rail : A share of the public patronage solicited.Rcslectfully Pullman Palace Sleeping Jesup. Cars Jacksonville St. Augustine:Green Cove Spring Jack- I
and with Ocean Steanishi1)and Botont :: sonville and
lines, oJ all points North, East and
St. Louis via
.. Savannah vessels!: to and from New York J. A. RYDER. to \Vaycross.. West and with up-river steamers for South

and Boston and Fernandina. .with trains -- THE KEY LINE, FAST MAIL. Florida ; also with the new twin crew iron f

for all Florida points.A. CURTIS cV CO. EMBRACING THE WESTERN, CENTRAL AND Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palutka" and steamship t
O. MAcDONELL, Arrive at'Jacksonville daily at..12:00 in City of Monticello) ," for Charleston, New- 1

Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., 'REAL ESTATE:: AGENTS, SOUTHERN DIVISIONS. Leave Chattahoochee at .-.............12:00: m York, Boston, Philadelphia etc. Ii

Fernandina, Fla.I : ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m Mail trains make close connection both j
). MAXWELL l CENTRAL (JOTK MERIDIAN) TIME. ONE HOUR Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West !

General Superintendent Fernandina, Fla. Loans procured, Morrgages: ne otintedex. SLOWER THAN WASHINGTON, D. C. Arrive at.Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Railway:,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic CoastLine

., : changes effected. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 0:38 p m -Fast! :Mail. '\
;, Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 Arrive Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m At Wait's Crossing, with Florida Railway f

-USE 1 acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JAN. 10,1886. Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m & Navigation Co., for Waldo. tAt
i acres, for sale. Arrive at Washington D.b., daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah Florida & t

N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selected Arrive at New.York'daily at......... 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savan-
0. A. WOOLSEY'SJERSEY ; as the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars nah, New Orleans, and all points North.

: (under the .survey made for Govern- Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Savannah to New York without change.EAST East and West; and with Florida Railway t

; ment by General Gillmore), charters for the 0 & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key,
tl" means A. M. time. "p" means P. M. FLORIDA EXPRESS.
been !Pensacola New Orleans and Tampa.At .
CITY construction of which having granted Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m Ocala, with Florida Uailw1Xavi-
1 by the United States Government and the Read down. Read up
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m
Jacksonville..Ar 8.40 gation Company, and hacks for Silver
Florida 7.30 a == Lv g p
Legislatures of Georgia and a large 8.14 a : Lv Baldwin...... ........Ar % 7.53 p Leave at Callahan daily at............ 8:35 p m Spring.
increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe Lake .. ........ 6.13 Gainesville ............ 6.00
-W'EITE: J.EAD-: looked for." See New York 941a'a: Lv City., : .Ar.... p Leave daily at. p m At Leesburg, with the &t. John's &< Lake
confidently ( 10.36 a o2 Lv Live Oak..Ar 05 5.14 p Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55pm Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
; Sun27I -3-83.) 11.14 a Sjj Lv 1\Iadison..Ar :3.: 3.53 p Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00
12.15pg: LvMonticello............Ar $ 2.10 p pm Railway, and boats on Lake 'Harris for
I 2.12 p g w i Lv Tallahassee....:.......Ar 2 "; 1.15 p Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p m points on lake.
ANDREADYMIXED- Post-OJIlce Notice. 3.20 p M:a LvQuincy.................Ar ),S- 12.01 p Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. It. to 6:00 p. M. 4.00 p t,.. Ar River Junction..Lv P.O 11.20 a Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 7:15 a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort Dade,
............. 10.49
4.55 02 Ar Marianna Lv > =:f a
p Arrive at at..10:30 n
Sunday hours, 10:30: A. M. to 11:30 A. M. _Lv 8.40 Albany daily a m Tampa and South Florida.

PAINTS Money Orders and Registered Letters from 10.35 7.00 p.o p :s Ar Ar Pen DeFuniak acola.Springs..........._Lv "g s-g Z 5.05 a a Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m O. W. BROMWELL e

8:00 A. .M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00: p. M 3.10 a w":: : Ar Mobile.................Lv -.n 12.20 a Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 am General Pass. Agent.
to 3:30: j>. in. 8.15 a x..a i Ar New Orleans.........Lv roo 7.00 p Arrive at Atlanta daily at.12:30 p m SHERMAN CONANT, l
I ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. 6.50 a a, Ar l\Iontgomerr..Lv : 8.40 p Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m General Manager.
...........Lv S1 6.55
Ar Nashville a
7.25 p :a g ::;: Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45
Transit & Peninsular Railroad 1.40 a ***:: ArEvansville.............Lv :3:::: .* 1.00 a p m I .
irTHEY ARE THE BEST.a j j Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45 p. M. 8.00 a *j::: Ar ........ ...Lv 3 7.15 Arrive at Washington daily.1030 a m '
Brings mails from the North, the 2.20. a .a:: s Ar Louisville..........._Lv .%$ 1.00 a6.S5 Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide. I I.
: Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular a ye; Ar Cincinnati.....:........Lv 3<: 8.43: p Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via I
-- 9.45 a-g Ar Indianapolis .........Lv Q 3.50 p [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading 1
; railroads. 10.55 a Y. Ar Chicago .................Lv 7 3.4.1 p Waycross and Pullman Palace Sleeping indicates intended of infor-
M. Cars via Jacksonville Cincinnati. as a means
I Closes daily except Sunday.1000: A. Jesup, to
XALSOMINE, : Takes mails for the North, the Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Connections at Atlanta with Western and mation to the traveling public. To be reliable '

;! Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular Baggage checked through. Atlantic and East Tennessee. Virginia and I it should be correct. The managers of ;
Railroads for all West and the different railroad and steamer lines will
All Shades 50 CENTS Pack- roads. Geor points
per i; Leesburg train arrives daily......... 8:40 A. M. Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
age of Five Pounds. Brings Western mail only. Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville by notifying us of changes made in the run

Fe"lfl1tWUL &: Jacksonville Railroad- North and East. to Louisville via l'homasville. ning time when they will be promptly corrected -

Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:15 A.M.: Connections at Montgomery with Louis- .]
Tourists by this Route can reach nearly every important -
Brings the Jacksonville and St. point in Florida, which can be ville and Nashville Railroad for :New --

yon SALE AT. .' .....1'. John's river mails. said of no other Line. Orleans and Texas points and the West and TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. '

l' '': Closes daily except Sunday..........10:30,' .1\1. The most direct route to fill points North, East Northwest. At Savannah with Central Day Pas. ellJe.r'ain lercresForCedarKeyandWildwood.aiid-
I Sunday ..MailJacksonville and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most Railroad of Georgia r all points West and ,
i I and St. John's River, Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway d
all Transit Road........10.00
H. ABNOW'S arrives....................................10:25 A. M. for all points North,'with steamshipsfor points on a. In.
Read down. Read ForSavannah and all points North
Northern. mail arrives.................. 9:00 up. Boston and Baltimore. At
1 1I p. M. 10.20 a 4.15; p Lv Feruandina..Ar; 10.00 a 3.55 p New York and West...............................10.00 a. in.
I Jacksonville, St. John's Rivcrand 11.50 6.10 p ArCallahan........Lv 7.50 a 2.30 p Charleston with steamships for New York. Callahan.
(connecting at )
Xo. 40 l: CEXTHE STREET. the North, closes:!....................... 0:00: .\. M. 12.20 p 8.25 P Jacksonville.-Ar 6.20 a 2.50 p Philadelphia] Baltimore, .
I Jacksonville and St. John's Riveronly 1.15 p 9.:.'.) p Ar Bald win........Lv 5.25 a 2.00 p Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail For Tallahassee Pensacola,and all '
Jlip points on the Florida Central &
f closes...... ....................... 4:00: p. M. '5* 11.15 a LvWithlncoochee.Ar 10.45 a and Steamship connection:, and Baggage i
... .. ....
ll.:>a a Lv St. Catherine 10.25 a Western Railroad... ..10.00 3. m.
GEORGE F. LEWIS : AML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. 12.25 a Lv Panasollkce...Ar 9.35: a Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths (connecting at Baldwin.) i
Agent: f ..........10.30 a Lv Tampa .............\r 1.10 p............ I and sections secured at Company's office in
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I, "\T7 ANTED-Ladies to work for us nt their own 4.45 a 6.00 p Lv Orlando..Ar 8.50 a 10.10 p Astor's! Building 84 Bay street and at De- Day Passenger Train arrives (
: \V homes. S7 to 10 per week can be quietly 6.30 a 8.25 p LvTavares. .........Ar 5.45 a 8.25 p pot ,Ticket Office, md on board People's From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and '
NO CURE NO PAY j made. No photo. pafntinpr; no canvassing. For 6.56 a .5tip; Lv Lecsburg........Ar 5.03 a 8.02 p Line Steamers H. B. PLANT CHATTAHOOCHEE all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p. m
full particulais, please address at once, Crescent 7.24 a 9.40 p Lv Wildwood......Ar 4.15 a 7.29 J) From Savannah and all in
Art Co., Boston, Mass, Box 5170. 8.29 a 11.15 Ly Ocala..............Ar 3.00 a 6.25: p and JENNIE LANE. points.
Money refunded and asked i iiJOH.VSO.VS f r the :North and West................ 3.55
no questions! ---------------- --- -- 8.4Sa ......... Lv Silver Spring.Ar ......... 6.00 p JAS. L. TAYLOR. p.m.
rillLLnndFEYKIl TOXIC: I 9.46 a 12.45; a LvCitra................Ar 1.33 n1.5 p General Passenger; Agent. From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and :
fails to euro miy case of CHILL AND FEVER, 01JHLIors : BILL-HEADS, NOTE-HEADS. LET 11.02 a .2-11t Ar Waldo........_...Lv 11.58 p ::.::1) p all points on the Florida Central ,
I'EViiK. A specific for Chill and :F eve r etc., neatly printed Lv Cedar ......... ) R. G. FLEMING, uperintendent.i
6.40 a f6 Key..Ar -1.10)J) &; Western Railroad................ 3.55p.m.; ; ;
antI preventive of Malarial troubles.rh.c .HI l)t at the MIRROR office. 8.S6a f5: Lv Bronson ..........Ar ......... 5.4I! i ,---- -- .
(4'nt" l'1rlle hr 1'EAUCE fc H01JBS, and I 9.11 a Lv Archer..1r......... -.ltil Night Passenger Train leaves :
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HOLTS PJI.Im.CJllcksonvilll'. Fla. :Send; ,[ FINE PRINTING. SEN) YOUR 10.05 a........ Lv Gainesville.....Ar ......... 4.25 p I Florida Southern Railway Co. For Wildwood........................... 5.00p.m. .
fur circularto JOHX.SOX & CO., Sole Proprie.1 FOR 11.08 a -!,:ID 11. Lv Waldo...... ......Ar 11.50 3.25 p .r For Savannah and all points North ;
fors. :Montirtlld: l i, Fla. to the MIRROR office.
11.43: a 3.14 a Lv Starke..Ar 11.10 p 2.5.1)1 I ORANGE BELT ROUTE. and \West... .......................... 5.00 p. III.. "
12.06 p 3.48 a LvLawtey.r0.4:; p i!.35p
I st
1.25: p 5.30 a Lv Bddwin..Ar 8.551) 1.?i p ---- I (connecting Callahan.) 4

2.22 p 7.30 a Ar Callahan..........Lv 7.15; p 12.25; p GOING SOUTH. Night Passenger Train arrives i,
8.45 p 1.25: Pr Savannah.......Lv ......... 7.01 p j I Accom. Fast Mail. and
.. .... .. ......... 3.30 From Cedar KeWildwood,
10.!:; a....... Ar Atlanta : Lv p Daily es.Sun. IaVy.Lv. .
-- ----7--- 6.50 a ......... Ar CinC'innati..Jx ......... 8.471 Jacksonville viaJ. all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a. in. i'
1.53 a......... Vr Charleston... ..Lv L tOO a From Savannah and all points in
.... ......_ << 10.49 T. & K. W.lt'v................... 7.45 a in "
6.55 p ..... Ar Richmond Lv i a the North and West.................. 9.45 a. m.
1.56p ....._.. Ar Washington......Lv 6.00 a Lv. St. Augustine: via From Pensacola. Tallahassee and i
1 11.30() a ......... Ar Daltimore..Iv1.10 p St. John's Railway................. 7.45am & .
I I 4.40 a ......... Ar Philadelphia 12.20 p Sou'u ;) 9.45 t all points on Florida Central ,
Lv. Palatka, Fla. 4.50 m a m
.. ) ) 8.00 a ......... Ar New York: .....__Lv 9.00 p p 10.50 Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m.; : 1
Ar.Interl.'ichen... ........ 1j.:;'41 1 p 111 a m .
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY) Ar.Vait's Crossing...... 7..">;> p m 11.31: a m : ...lmXDI .\ .. JACKSONVILLE R. R. ;

7.20 a 50 p Lv Fernandina .....Ar 11.20 a 6.3Gp Ar. Rochelle........:...... 8.40pm 12.< () n'n T"illlcm'es daily except Sunday :

.1 H. B. AIKENS 8.4a: 4.35: : p Ar Jacksonville.....Lv 9..tn; 5.10p Lv. Rochelle .............. !'J.05; p m 12.20 p m 'Ii For Jacksonville......................... 7.20 a. m. : .

(SUNDAYS ONLY.) Ar. Gainesville........... ).:;n a m 1 '...t.J m For Jacksonville ......... ............... 2.50 p. in. :
7.00 a 3.30 p Lv Fcrnandina_... Vr 10.36 a 6.56 p Ar. Micauopy .............12.50: I a in 12.50: p m ; Train arrives dully e. ('Tpt Sunday ;
!:\.21 i a 4.50 p Lv Jacksonvilk'.Lv 9.10 a 5.:,() p Ar. Ocala..................... -'.OO a m 2.20: p m f f From Jacksonville I..11.00 a. in. ;,

Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m .",.17 j l' m I From Jacksonville...................... 6.30p.m.
ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Ar. Leesburg...... ......... 7.00 a m :U"} n mLvTTcesburg I Snaflayvi ly--

between Jacksonville and Orlando and Montgomery -..=..-.......-.-.-:::=:: 4.00pm)--- i From Jacksonville\ ........ ............10.:', a.m. ;

: HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTE = and Orlando, and Jacksonville and New Ar. Pembcrton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p m From Jacksonville ...... ............... 0.50 p.m. d
Orleans. _.- For Jacksonville ........................ ;.00 a. m. '
_-----... ':'ONNECTIONS : Lv. Lcpsbu r;.:.,St.Johns For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30p.m. (,
At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for & Lake Eustis Div.... ..... ...... 4.00 pill
1'alatkaandall ; at St. Catherine with Ar. Fort Mason! ........... ............ 4.45 p m )\LLOKV LINE.
Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, Lv. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.;:;) p m : For New York direct every Wednesday ?

Brook-sville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburgwith Harris Ar. ,Altoona ................ ............ 5.30 p m : and :Saturday:; evening.; ,
steamers for landings on Lakes ,
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Eustis and Griffin : at Tavarcs with Florida Ar. Aston.................... Dully. (5.45 pm !I From New York direct every Tuesdayand
Southern, for Lane Park Eustis and Astor; at Or- Lv. Fort Mason...........10.00 a m 5.00 )p m Friday evcinsr.) at 3.00 p.m.

lando with South Florida Railroad for all points Ar. Eustis..................10.10 a m 5.10 pIll CHARLESTON & }'LOIID.SII.UIIII' LINE.
.. on their line; at Cedar Key with. Gulf Steamboat Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 p m of I.
t- :- -2.v Company for Hull coast points,including Tarpon For Jacksonville and Palatka, by City
r / ;5.45 m
r-- Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc. Ar. Lane a m p Palatka. or City Monticello, every Monday .
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i Z; JIB I GOING NORTH. and Thursday. From Charleston same days.
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Daily. Fast Nail. For Charleston, by same steamer, everySunday

Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednesdays Daily.Lv. and 'Wednesday.. From Palatka
and Saturdays! at 5.10 p. m.,connecting with Astor .................... ....;....... 7.30 a m Jacksonville same days.CUliBERL.XD. i
the elegant steamships of the 'Mallory Line, sail- Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m ROUTE.
ing semi-Weekly for.New York direct.'
Lv. Altoona................ 8.50 a m
J SEA ISLAND ROUTE. ..... .......... 3.50 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Bruns- ,
PAPER RANGING RALSO11IINING T Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and Lv. Tavares p m wick daily at............................ 2.30 p.m.
I Lv..Eustis.. ...... .......... 4.20 p m 9.15 a m with )
Savannah, leaves Fernandina Mondays. Wednesdays (connecting at Brnnswick
and Saturdays, upon arrival of evening Ar. at Fort Mason from E. T. V. &:; G. R.R. for Northernand "
trains arriving at Savannah the following morn-. Lane Park..........:.... 4.30 p m 9.20 a m Western points.)
ing. Leave Savannah Sundays, Tuesdays and Ar. at Fort Mason from Brunswick ,
Steamer Thos.Collyer.from -
reaching Fernandina the following -
Thursdays a. m., p.Connections m. at Savannah with all i Astor....................... 9.40 a'm daily at............................12.15 p.m.ST. f

rail lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston I Lv. Fort Mason........... 9.50 a m MARTS RIVER.
and Savannah vessels to and from New York and l.\r. Leesburg.............. 10.35 a m Centre street dock-'
Martha leaves
Boston and at Fernandina with trains for all Steamer
PAINTING OF ALL KINDS Florida points. I-I Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00am For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday ;

... :FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Ar. Leesburg .............. 10.25 a m and Friday........................ 3.00 p.ID.

Connections made atFernaudinaevery Sunday Ex.Sun. For St. Marys and Dungeness on ..'

JOXE} AT REASONABLE RATES AXD IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER. and Thursday with the Florida Steamship Company Lv. Lce burg............... 6.30 p m. 10.45 a m Wednesday: and Saturday......... 2.00p.m. '.
for New York and Boston.
Charleston Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m 11.18 a m For St.arv's: and King's Ferry,

BRUNSWICK AND INLAND S. B. CO. Ar. Ocala....................10.30 p m 12.25 p m Monday and Thursday............ 8.00 a. m.'

Connects nt Fernandina daily from and to Ar. Micanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 p m Steamer Martha arritJes-
Brunswick and coast points. Steamer: Thos. Ar. Rochelle............... 3..55m 2.35 p m : From St. Marys and Crandall on

..' Collyer leaves at 2.00 p. m.A.. o. MACDONELL; Lv. Rochelle......:......... 3.50am 2.40 pra Monday and Thursday............_ 7.00 a.nu

SHOP LOCATED IN SV1ANN.SCO; CRETE.BUILDING General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Jackson. Ar. Gainesville............. 4.20 a m 3.05; p m From St. Marys and Dungeness, -
.. "r....-.. -" ville, Fla. '. on AVednesday: and Saturday..._ 9.00 a.m *
v W. Or. COLEMAN Lv, Gainesville.-......... 3.00 a m 2.05 p m '
From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, :
Gen. Trav. .A t,Jacksonville,Fla. Lv. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m
I Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.m.
FOOT OIF1 CENTRE STREET. ., :;. -; : ,D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Sup't., Fernandina. Ar. AVait's Crossing...... 4.40 a m 3.24 p m 1

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IK'THE) FLORIDA MIRROR. Fer taJttllll. Shipments from This Port. EGMONT HOTEL -

During the'pust week the following ship-

S i. SOME SUGGESTIONS BY A SON-RF! IDENT. ments were made, from this port via the New FERNANDINA, FLA. .
;: f !i t fS.OO A YEAH; $1.00 FOR SIX JJOXTII&Reflections. !
York and the Charleston lines I Seeds
The removal of the principal offices to steamship :
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t1&r; Jacksonville is a matter of some regret but Per 'Mallory steamship Caro-ndelet. for NOWOPEN a )S3 CROP OF '8o-gft&'

tllj ,, .j -- New York Jan. 16-:1,400 packages oranges, '
f, t .
{" the increased concentration of freights at
i tt 1 Judge H.J. Baker returned from Augusta, 160 bales cotton, 156 cases cedar, ICO barrels UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. I In papers or in bulk at

%i; Ga., on Wednesday. Fernandina supporting twice weekly lines rosin. 21 barrels spirits and 47 packages I
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of steamships to New York direct, and also merchandise. l\.TEWLYPAIXTED AND THOROUGHLY FRED W. HOYT &
: Dr. J. D. Palmer returned from :Middle GO'S.
i"!${"I".. ., Florida last. via Charleston, is very favorable. Per Mallory steamship San .Antonio} for 1., renovated ; magnificently furnished ; i!
Thursday :
: .k'tit: sunlight in every room : Gas/Oral Anun-
t.1.: ;:J"ilf' f. "The abiding strength of Fernandina is New York, Jan 20-297 bales cotton, 512 ciators Hot and
" ;! An adjourned meeting of the; City Council Cold Water Baths, Steam-
logs cedar 760'packages 18 bales
oranges, heated and .
r ; :L'1j will be held Monday evening next. All in the fact that it affords the only deep yarn and 35 packages merchandise.Per open Fireplaces.UNSURPASSED ----- '-, -- -. --
lt ;l 1 the members of the board are requesred to Atlantic
''s water harbor in the State. The Charleston steamship City of Monti- CUISINE,
t3'\ { ; J.:: 'jI1f'r.U11 attend. State is growing in population and wealth.It cello Jan. 17 2,840 boxes_ oranges, 45 bales and complete comfort of guests assured.A. .
;!- Capt. John Spicer one of the principal cotton and 67 merchandise.Per .
will have large and increasing commercial packages .
; II. HASKINS Corn Oats
+ !!( ;tfIl stockholders and director of the Mallory Charleston steamship City of Palatka Manager. Hay, Bran,
necessities, which can only be satisfiedby
i.'l1t! ;1tt; lines is in the State looking after
'; Steamship I It Jan. 21-3,210 boxes oranges, 13 bales cotton,
L"1"\f.\ t'iQ the interests of his line. a deep water harbor. Its use will be- Building: Material. MIXED FEED RICE FLOUR '
t 4'; M.jt... 1i 22 barrels fish, and 84 packages merchandise. I ETC.
;'J t,.rt't' r1 Maj. W. B.C. DurySe cleared the schoonerA. come important. also, to all the Southwestern -

J, -ti :t l:;' .;'t t S. Rudolph this week for New York, with States. The several railroad systemspermeating Mrs. Grundy Says. BRICK LIME PLASTER, I AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

ii1"tt.t"i; : ",'1( a cargo of yellow pine for the Man hut tin them will all seek, and in the That the late cold has demonstrated the ,

; Elevated Railroad and other parties. fact the "frost-line" i in Florida is about five
1'J1i\. : : : rJ"Iit Mr. U. S. Lukenbill. of the Louisville & i hundred miles south of Fernandina.That FRED W. HOYT CO.
Florida and will find it to
they profitable
'J' \ "- t : Nashville Railroad, has been appointed gent it also demonstrated the fact that SASH. DOORS AND BLINDS,

; .1 1 eral baggage agent of the Florida Railway attach the fine seaport at Fernandina to Jacksonville was, the coldest place in the

i t Navigation Company, with his headquar their systems. .. State by five degrees. PAINTS AND OILS.
'lI\: ; I' "". tens at Jacksonville.The Perhaps the withdrawal of the railroad That we trust the-average Florida editor FRED W. HOYT & CO. ]Retailers of Tobacco

'V\J, ... j il'i: will be forgiven for his report of the condi-
' I.r.t: ,, t freight shed on Broome street dock offices may have the good effect to inspirethe tion of his section. -
}fit:' has been weatherboarded. It will be used -
inhabitants of Fernandina to cast away That their warm and articles will CAN SATE MONEY BY BUYING
by Mr. Wm. Lawtey for storing cotton and
5l ffsJfi their hitherto sluggish dependence upon the be more disastrous to the honesty and trust When You Paint FROM US.
' :: :;: : naval stores for his English steamers, which
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) railroad company and to stand erect. as a profession -
t t-: '" are expected to arrive here early in Feb-
''r.II''i- .. ruary. commercial community, with active and aggressive has been to the orange industry. USE THE BEST PAINTS. THE WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE OR FOUR

' That the memory of the oldest inhabi-
"\ = Walker of Boston of the spirit in asserting and vindicatingthe FIRMS IN THE STATE THAT BUY
i"' 'F1 Mr. forrnely one tant" fails to establish a precedent. H. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare

Pi':1ti; ;- r"l{ editors of the Boston Journal arrived in the importance of their position. That the Punta Rassa correspondent must JLORILLARD'S GOODS
\\o''' S' ''' last week. Mr. Walker is a brother-in acknowledged to be of superior
',. ; city quality,
I "I would suggest the organization of a have taken the record of his thermometer by
.' law of Dr. J. B. Upham, and will spend the
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manufacturing company-capital $50,000- the light of a cigar-held close to the bulb. and will cover much more than cheaper :' DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS
f JaSfefP::? : winter in Florida. He is:: much impressed
That ice skates will hereafter be kept in
with the advantages: and possibilities of for making thread etc., from sea island cot- and lighter brands. Sold only by I OUR
stock by hardware dealers in this State. II puGET QUOTATIONS.
Fernandina. ton. Also the of beach hotel
organization a I
That the stove trade had a regular infla-
! }: The first Quarterly ConferenceoftheJack- company of $50,000 capital ; $20,000 can be FRED W. HOYT & CO. I II FRED W HOYT & CO.

illre sonville District for Fernandina, will be tion.That I --- ,
relied upon from one source alone towards "Tom-and-Jerry" did their best. to -- -- ---- .

! held at the Methodist church in this city keep the temperature normal.
these very desirable enterprises.
H1 it-t: ? :l next Sunday and Monday. Rev. A. A. Robinson That there is fear the freeze will "botherthe
"Stimulate the revival and active work of
f who retains his charge as presiding (orange) flowers that bloom in the

' ...4. elder of the district, will preach Sundaymorning the Board of Trade. In this matter you spring." FRED W. HOTT fe CO.

/ft"/1''I" .' and evening. Strangers and othersare I people of Fernandina should take examplefrom That there is no doubt that those kisses

: ;"';:" :.:. cordially invited to attend. Charleston Savannah, Jacksonvilleand that Nanki Poo and Yum-Yum exchanged

\r -it ,;: Mr. Gideon Palmer, a New Jersey capitalist even Orlando. Give prominence to were the genuine article.

\k,.. has purchased of the Florida} Town Improvement That it was observed that every young '
your claim for harbor improvement and FFFFF U U unUR XX X II TTTTT U U RUHR EEEEE
\ t Company the lot on the corner man in the hall held his breath and turned F }
\.ir 1 of Seventh and Cedar streets. He intends speak out about it, by public meetings and pale as a ghost during; that scene. F U UR RNN' NII T U U R RE

fit'S\ to put up a handsome winter residence fort otherwise. A public meeting should pledge That the exodus to Jacksonville seems to F U URRXXXIITU UHREFFFF

. : 1 a: himself and family. It is very probable .support or opposition without regard to have expended its strength.! U U RRRR X N K II T U U RRRR EEEE

1 Jl .,: that Mr. Palmer will make more investments That a semi-occasional train to the beach F U UR It x XXII T U U R R E
party to the public representatives, accord F U un RN XXII T U TJ R ItE
t rliJ5.; b} in Fernandina shortly. would be very acceptable during these
:F U URn. x 'NII T U U R REF
ing as they promote or neglect, the just
I J't a4 A progressive euchre party, composed of claims of harbor." pleasant days. UUU R H X' NN II T UUU R R EEEEE:

,:f! a..;. ft ladies and gentlemen guests of the Egmont your That Webb's new directory "evened up"

/:/ ..>"4 ; Hotel, was held in the magnificent parlors Protect the Birds.To with this city for lack of patronage by

? i! o; that hotel last evening and was a complete the Editor of the Mirror: placing its population at 2,212.MARINE. .

J r"IiJ! success-this occasion being the first In common with all humane citizens of Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second

f d i; I5' given, of many to follow during the season, our. city, I call for the exercise of the power .. L _,< ': .... .-...
Colonel and Mrs.Haskins who are keenly and of if -Fernandina.
' ) ill1i' by authority our officers any such Port of

;f 'iF.:(i .!1 alive to the necessary amusements needed power there is, to arrest the wanton and HIGH WATER.

: a4r1 -.. t for their guests, and which are adding fame cruel destruction of our birds, which is now Saturday, Jan." 23..10:15: A..31. 11:01: P. 3f.
Sunday, 24..11:20. 11:49":
r.' +:rl.r' "I.I !r to our grand hotel and its management. in full blast.It Monday 2.'). .......... 0:00: 0:13 .'
'of' ,.R1qi Tuesday .. 26........... 0:44" 1:09:) "
1 J ?,ti The members of the Bijou Opera Company seems as every male juvenile, white Wednesday," '!l............ bID" 2:06"
\ + t and black were armed with that abominable Thursday, 28........... 2:37: 3:01":
; who were so pleasantly i domiciled at Friday, Jan. 29........... 3:32 3:56"
l 1 the Egmont Hotel Wednesday and Thursday weapon, which they call sling-shots, ENTERED.

't'w departed for Brunswick, Georgia, on and they abide under our shade trees all Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood. from Bruns- rI
>*3W day long and whenever a little bird makesits wick, Georgia, daily.
the steamer Tkos. Collyer, Thursday after- Steam-packet St.Nicholas, Usina,from Savannah fete)
sp; f!; % noon. They all expressed their admiration appearance it is peppered with a multi- Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
; tude of shot. Some killed but the fate and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. &\.)
are ,
' t z ft: :4.. '-1' of the management of the Egmont and departed Jan. Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for
lt with reluctance from Fernandina of many is far worse-legs broken wings New York; freight; and passengers, by WHITNER & SCHDYLER
K afeafel R. W. Southwick. agent
torn and bills knocked off. The thatI
rte'J and its elegant hotel, so splendidly kept by sights Jan. Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from I
t" daily the streets of this kind New York freight and to
see on are ; passengers
and his admirable
Colonel Haskins of
. corps R. W. Southwick, agent. I I
1 assistants. cruel and sickening,a disgrace to humanity, Jan. 17- of Palatka Vogel, from CONSTANTLY MAKE ADDITIONS TO THEIR STOCK OF
f' ., "to that such things should be allowed; and the Charleston; to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
; result is, our trees will be birdless next sum from Palatka; freight and passengers,

i lil'tcrt.illcd the following prominent pel-sous: mer, and all will be far from verminless. to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
r' Dr. J. John Page U. S. Navy Jan.Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, AND FANCY GROCERIE
"' :If 11- .r ex-surgeon t Some complain of damage to persons and from passen- STAPLE $

;"s :; Y Boston; Leslie Warner and family, Nashville property from the practice, but, to my mind, gers, to 1Vi O. Jef'reTsgagent.
Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from I
:"4ffi"f .-.. Tenn.; Louis C. Duff Chicago ; Dr. D. our unsuspecting and defenceless little birds Palatka; freight and passengers, to
, : ) P. Robbins, Chattanooga; Smilie A. Gregg, demand our protection in the first degree. W. O. Jeffreys, agent. -\ND- i
, 16 British brig Alfred, Young, Bermuda;
r4!' large cotton planter, Charleston, S. C. A. L.Proskey .
; Shooting with a gun is a fineable offence ballast, to master.

),+ yi4: W Silver Spring, Fla.; )[. Slaughter, within our limits. This noiseless weapon 16-Danish, St.schooner Croix; ballast Ocean, to Traveler master,,Thomas Kings- ANDDELICACIES

'i) t.; 1 general passenger agent Richmond & Danville should be more so, and if there is no ordi- Ferry.Schooner.
r l Railroad system Atlanta, Ga.; Hon. J. nance to prohibit it, let there be one immediately 22- iron, to Standard the Key Line, Oran(F., Philadelphia R. & F. Co.) ; IMPORTED VEGETABLES IN GLASS, .

t t{t: (,. Marcy and Mitchell Jacoby,Jacksonville, and let the crusade against the followers CLEARED. I DOMESTIC VEGETABLES IN GLASS' ,

; '?; \' it Fla.: R. W. Dickey, Philadelphia; Hamilton of this cruel sport be as active as Steam-packet Thos. Collyer Dilwood, for Bruns-
(.il t J. H. Harrison and M. B. Davidson wick, Georgia, daily. IMPORTED FRUITS IX GLASS,
. jlj .... Hay, their's is now against our feathered friends, Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah
' rj New York. even if it requires special police to enforce it. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight DOMESTIC FRUITS IX GLASS,
10 and Key Line F.R.N. Co.
passengers by ( )
i ( The key note to good breeding natu i R. S. SCHUYLER. Jan. 16-Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from IMPORTED SOUPS IX GLASS,
't I' \ I i: ral.-Evann-ille Argus. The key note to success New York; freight and passengers, to I
, !T- -B char .Ottumwa Table Talk. The Arrivals at the Egmont. R. W. Southwick, agent.
T Wilson Watson, Henry Hilbronner, Jan. Steamship City of San Antonio. Wilder, 1
flat.Attleboro for New York; freight and passengers, NO. 47 CENTRE STREET
I Philadelphia; Mr and :Mrs C E Hunt, Tux- by R. W. Southwick agent. --y r----
') l B.himl.-Gor/utm Mountaineer. Stop the mu- bury, Mass; S T Harry, M A Driscoll and Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for _.
4 t.. .r" sic. You can't B sharp unless you C natu- wife, Chicago; Chas Danford Cobb Miss Palatka; freight and passengers, by
':; :;;d ral.-Valley Echo California. No but unless Upham, Boston; J John Page, M D, Bucks- W. O.Jeffreys, Agent. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
' I t4: I. you want to be A flat, don't B sharp too port, Me; Samuel F Souther and, Miss Mary Steamship for Charleston City of freight Monticello and )McKee,
F Miss Nettie ; passengers PRESERVES AXD SAUCES,
often.-Florida ExcJuaige. Dayton, Funston, Greenwich. by W. O.Jeffreys, agent. I
:'U ; Conn ;' Wm Lee Church N Y; C C Miller, B 22-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for I OLIVES AND OLIVE OIL
B and strike the key note of Florida ,
i f i J sharp I Caldwell, W H Westinghouse, Pittsburg; C Charleston:freight and passengers, by
.N 't, .tl i z9' .travel upon the "bars" of the "Key Line." I M Stark S G Dent, E C Bird, Jno R Savage, W. O. Jeffreys, agent. SAUCES, CATSUPS, PICKLES,
of Monticello McKee for
? Fernandina Miss Irene I 22-Steamship City ,
Overstreet Jack-
L. 4 You will "note" everything upon a grand ; Palatka treight and by
; passengers IMPORTED
tr. sonville Geo S LaRue CHEESE,
y Dayton 0
scale." Ifyure-atively speaking, U never ; ; Joseph W. O. Jeffreys.
r' Wl Obrum Gallian, 0; Smith A Gregg, S C; Schooner J. ". Starr, Warren. Philadelphia DOMESTIC CHEESE
tlfr B 4 did C A service so B 9. Like all perfect Miss Ida Maxey, Ky; A R Hammond, J A ; lumber by C. H. Huot. ,
. Schooner S. A. Rudolph, Mullen, New CURRAXTS, CITROX,
n music our time is hard to beat. Marcy, Jacksonville; C F Phleger, Tavares;
r Si .}'t' 'D P Robbins York; lumber. by W. B. C. Duryee.
Chattanooga, Tenn ; E W Schooner Annie E. Rickerson Foss, New CHOICE TABLE :NUTS AXD RAISINS,
t; Married, Burnell, Philadelphia; A S Prosky, Silver York; lumber, by J. Mizell&Bro.
Springs; Jas Maxwell, M B Davidson P FINE FRENCH CO CTIONERY.
i''t{ ifll DOZIEB-CHESNUT.-On Wednesday morn VESSELS IN PORT.
Devine, Hamilton Hay, C T Atwood and British brig Alfred,Young, Bermuda. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE CAKES AXD CRACKERS
a t: ing January 20th, ,by the Rev. Mr. Dun wife, D A Flint and wife, Miss Helen Har- Norwegian bark Livingston. Bowitz, Buenos ,

; ,; t ham, at the residence of the bride's parents rington. Miss Clara Randall, Alfred Wilkie, Ayres. IN NEW VARIETIES.

i''I I: near Gainesville, T. E. SCREVEN DOZIER, of Hans Kreissig, Thomas Martin, Jas Paxton British bark Ironsides Fortin, Barbadoes.
Wendelschefer, Fred Clare. Chas S Pate Brig Mary Dana, Mitchell, St. Vincent. FRUIT :BUTTERS, JAMS AND JELLIES,
\ Fernandina and Miss AMELIA McCox CHIsa British Bodewis
bngantine Aeretas, ,Campania.
lij NY MrJ T
l{ ; Goodsell Savannah Mr and
; Schooner Standard Oran Philadelphia. DRIED FRUITS AND :MINCE
. ::-... .. NUT of Gainesville. Mrs Leslie Warner nurse and child, Mrs Jas Schooner C. B. Payne, Hillyard. Charleston. MEAT.a
j :,. irc The bride and groom, arrived in this city C Warner, :Miss McIver, Nashville. Tenn; R Schooner J. B. Holden Scott, Philadelphia.

4 ,,' on the evening train, andare domiciled at L Purnell R W Dickey Philadelphia; Louis Schooner E. A. Gaskill, Wilson: Philadelphia. I
t Schooner William Smith, New York.
:Miller, Baltimore, Md Louis C Duff Hales
;, ; the residence of Mr. J. S. Coburn. We ex- ; Chi- Schooner S. G. Perth Amboy. 7 WHITNER & SCHUYLER *-
cago; Jacobey, W J Vandevere, R S Schooner Carrie Jameson, Collins) New York.
j S t t tend to tthe young couple our congratula- Lukenbill, Jacksonville; N H Frohlec-

tl tions and wishes for their future happiness. lestein :Mobile; I Mode J D Palmer, M D, STZEWEZETvy.v Ii
Imported Swiss Cheese. I
city Pat' ,
; Hogerty, Wilmington, Del ; Wm
1 $!I't' Lost, I Hirch and wife, Mrs Wentzell, Cincinnati Limburger Cheese. I
i i r 1.1 1 rn 6{ On Friday evening, January 15th, either at _,Hayra O ; Walter, Savannah.Paris, Washington., DC; H Pickles. .-.. ..
between that Hotel i k.
j t : the Egmont or and the Holl. Herring. I S. ,
$ '' ( Mansion House, a Gold Bangle Bracelet. The California. Hams. '" '
; ;a. '1 The finder will be liberally rewarded by Mallory steamship State of Texas ar- Also, a fine lot of first-class Groceries.JrK.LAREH.. .
11t : leaving the Bracelet at the :Mirror office. rived in port at 1 'cloek.this morning. .,' n

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