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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 30, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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With a bmw ull clouded! when easy I'alrner, W. }:, stoyilcr. I U. V. K. , Tin: immense prehistoric: hell! ertion they put forth, their condition He said thew..r(' toothmuhilej-' listening to Mao telling me about hU other J. A. Brook. It. W. King and Chas 11.

heaps! at ])a1l1ari cotta, Me., are being and tho nature or the atmosphere To remember hoys make il'u'? I II I hint-u' over" in f\.rnalhlina, "The Hotel Eg- ; Berg.
mont and hmatlmi..hly )Ir. Hawkins
,lug; up and shipped 1 to Boston particularly as to its degreeof Let in try to add someT.I pllSurt ; was managing it. Rote heard enough and After an expression of views from j-ereral
he life ofevery bc y! of the gentlemen it decided
into dust and ,Hold as present was to
to ill jrround moisture.! It i is: stated that men For each child! needs tender interestIn that set her crazy to go and see the Beach effect
a organization and all
permanent
poultry food. These deposits, whichnreck'ttribed have been employed} on railways at its sorrows and its joys ; nail let Baby gather the shells of the ocean.
call of the
present upon a roll, signified
in Ernest Ingersoll's I Call your boys home hy its brightness: So, after a pleasant sojourn at the New Du-
: 104, in mines-under very favorable They'll avoid a gloomy den. their desire to become members and agreed ;
Census' : Report on American Oyster conditions 125 and And seek for comfort elsewhere- val, we separated with many regrets, :\Ud.while" to sign the Constitution upon its adoption f!
have object are And remember boys make men. )[ac" was kissing the Baby good-bye, by the Hoard.
Industries: lonbg'been an said work in the Baker and and
to occasionally -- -- 'I' r myself stepped out took a The
officers
following were elected :
of great interests: to antiquarians. stoke-holes of tropical steamers at MR. nUCKWALTER OAr, OUR CANALS parting cigar. Off for Fernandina! Havinghad President-W. B. C. Duryee.VicePresident .

A LITTLE time ago, in clearing the 15G. Prof. Debois is reported to AND WATKI\-WAYS.\ ,.. the pleasure of meeting Mr. and Mrs. -J. II. Prescott.:
C Haskins before when reached
why we the
foundations for some military works, have estimate that a temperature of THE CANAL TII1itUGIJt Anl l ;. OKEFKXOKEK. Egmont they had both "front doors opento Secretary-Fred.' W. Hoyt.

at Shcrshal, in Algeria, a fine marble 122 can be endured when the air is "...' let Baby in." What a welcome? What Trt'asurer-s'am'l. A. Swann.
I :Messrs. Chas. W. Lewis, Thos. Kydd and
statue of Jupiter, two metres as dry as possible, but that even Our cotein 1)orarJ', the Savannah warm hearts we found, and what a house? II. J. Baker, were then appointed a Com-

in thorough preservation was be fatal in atmosphere Time contains the following editorial Such comfort and convenience! Why, it
high, 104 is likely to an seemed like mittee on Constitution and By Laws, to report -
second
a
found. Shershal is believed to be saturated with moisture.It respecting the above: artments, elegant' private apartments spacious; and ap- as early as practicable.

the site of the Numidian Jol, the is also considered certain that In a recent issue we >called atten- the cuisine.! Language,can
.Tuba tion to the organization the At- credit to it. I it ADJOURNED :MELTING.:
name of which the younger men cannot become accustomed to thought was a sad day forBrother
Caesarea in honor of Au- lantic and :Mexican Gulf,C qal Company Haskins when Rose and the baby Pursuant to adjournment, the Board met
changed stand for considerable time a I
any which under tile I
energetic landed at the,Egmont. The beefsteaks Rose promptly at noon on Monday, January, 25.
gustus. All the ground around the than from 145 of the Board of } I
higher temperature guidance Directors did eat Such dinners! One day I said to In addition to those who previously )

1 port has been a mine for archaeological to 165 even when they keep perfectly composed of some of the| "livest"men my wife, sub rosa, My dear, I am actually agreed to sign the roll the following gentlemen

inquirers. still and are in quite pure air. in our own State and Florida, ashamed: of"ou-the way you eat. were present aud were added to the ;

i we hope soon to see taking a fore- Well."she said, "John, I can't help it." list of membership: W. 0. Jeffreys Chas. '.. I

THE purified fat of sheep's wool, : THE BANANA.A most place among the great public There is something in the atmosphereandthe H. AVhitner, George R. Fairbanks, W. '1

which has been introduced into the pound of bananas contains more industrial works of our country. surroundings, the breeze from the ocean Simmons, II. E. Dotterer and J. A. Pres :t

drug market under the name of nutriment than three pounds of meator For some time past the, necessityof the climate-that has made' me a changed cott.The j
while' utilizing to greater extent the being." I Committee on Statistics reported n f ;
lanolin is said to remarkable as many pounds of potatoes,
possess 1y : '
as a food.it is in every sense of, the almost matchless water-ways our I remarked that if she kept'on this_ way verbally and presented various documents .

susceptibility to absorbtion bythe word far'superior 'tt> 'wh aten bread. continent ha*attracted:thfc,attention, I..sjta Wtt! pJ..:so J:_ \ tJu I.w uld.ht@ttl- .:'1lld.statementfor-Vi> ..del t< atior\I. 1 w\.:- :' !
skin. When one thousand Although it grows spontaneously of statesman and our best political pay double fare for her going home. to.IPashinstun.. (The table of tonnage- will t

parts of it are mixed with one partof throughout the Tropics, when cultI- economists. Last year Congress The word home" settled it. be found elsewhere,) .l.!

a soluble metallic substance and vated its yield is prodigious, for an named a commission composed of "John she said, "this is good enough Upon motion of Mr. Woodward it was J I

distinguised engineer officers to report home for me. I shall never ask for a. better Resolved, That the Board of Trade furnish I I' 'j
applied to the metallic tasteis acre of ground planted with bananas ,ii'
scalp, a on the being made 'one.l .,Haskins: loves Bab.nn she is credentials to the Committee appointed togo .j i
will Humboldt progress
noticed in the mouth within a few much return food,material according to as throughout the coast line and inter- just like a sister, and Mr. Haskins is always to Washington, and that said Commit- s .

minutes. It is thought the substance of wheat or over one as hundred thirty-six acres acres of communicating water routes, and is looking after our wants. Baby and I have they have full power to act and to use the Il f ;
Board their JOn
statistics of the at discretion.
::; will be of great value for potatoes. The banana, then, is the directing special attention to the settled on the Egmont$ at Fernandina. motion of Mr. Swann it was Resolved, 1 I'

ointments.A bread of the millions who could not most important link of all, viz : the s That the Board Trade request the Board ot"Pilot f

well subsist without it. In Brazil it great internal water line from the Commissioners be requested to render t ,
:MEMBER of the Geological Sur- Atlantic (via the St. [ary's river SEQUEL.This .
is the food of the J
principal laboring
shows the public what a good hotel a report of the condition of the bar at the ;
vey says that Salt Lake will be of classes, while it is no less prized in the Georgia), to St. :Marks, on the Gulf man can do. I have known for years that present time and the effect of the jetties

great value in the near future, not island of Cuba. Indeed, in the latter coast. This is the canaLfor which good living and pleasant surroundingswould upon tile depth of the water. I
charters have been .
only on account of the common country the sugar planters grow or- recently obtained- produce a certain result ; but I never A communication from Mayor Arnow ol
both from State and Florida
chards of it for the our own ; ,
expressly St. Ga, read and ordered filed
Mary's was
consump- that, Col. Haskins ,
thought through -
as caterer
alt it will but also for the
produce : and of the .
tion of their slaves. Every day each apropos undertaking, I would lose both wife and baby. lIe On motion of Mr. "Woodward the following 1

sodium sulphate it contains. The hand receives his ration (salt fish or we take pleasure in transferring to has them both, and I am now in the furni- committee was appointed with power t tto

latter is in flocculent dried beef the be and our columns an article "TheCountry's memorial f forth the advantages '
separated a as case may ture business, telling out the flat.- V. J. prepare a setting. -
precipitate by the cold weather of four bananas and two plantains.The Water-Ways" (from the llr. Financial Review. of Fernandina as a port and that

banana-it should be called Pittsburg Tim.'). The admirable the memorial I be sent to all interior towns-
midwinter
find annually thrown upon plantain, for until lately there was remarks of Buckwalter arc en- The City Council. reached by rail from. Fernandina circulatIOn -

the shores in enormous quantities. no such word as banana-is divided tirely in unison with the >repeated An adjourned meeting of the City Councilwas and endorsement-W. J. Woodward

There are many other lakes in the into several varieties all of which are utterances of Hon. m. Windum, held at the Council Room on :Monday C. W. Lewis and C. II. Berg. r :'.

far West whence an inexhaustible used for food. The platino manzanito of Minnesota, lately Chairman of evening last, the following members being On molin of Mr. Woodward it was : y

:Mipply: of commercial alkalies is a small, delicate fruit, neither the Committee on Transportation at present: G. F. Avery, President of the Resolved, That members be requested to (
may Washington! and one of the ablest to Mr. John Hedges, who i is to act as
be longer nor stouter than a ladie's fore- Board, and Aldermen Stark, McGiffin, Dor- pay
> obtained at a small cost. :Mono and most of states- Treasurer during Mr.S'ann'abst nc the
finger. It is the most delicious and far-seeing our sey, Wilkerson, Austin and Walker.
Lake, CaL, alone being estimated to prized of all the varieties of the plan- men. It will be seen in the following A petition of W. K. Bauknight to alter sum of$5.00 to be credited on account of

hold over 78,000,000 tons of sodium tain. El platino guineo, called by us that while advocating the con- and repair his meat market, on Broome their initiaten fees. g!

carbonate. the banana, is probably more in demand struction of canals in ,general a par- street., was granted.The Mr.Woodward was appointed acting secretary 1
ticular and emphatic reference is bills ordered during the absence of the secretary i I
than any kind. It is subdivided following were paid : Ii

ACCORDING to the British Medical into different varieties, the princi- made to the great work proposed by S. A. Swann, for rent of Council Room and The meeting then adjourned to Monday, U. f

Journal llie the Atlantic and Mexican Gulf Canal Fire Engine House for 1885...........:$300,00 July, J at 12 o'clock I
most fragrant dietetic pal of which are the yellow and pur- FreiW. Hoyt & Co., supplies.. ....... 23.GO ._- j
errors on the part of poor people ple bananas we see for' sale in our Company: Joe Anderson, hauling lumber for Arrivals at the Egmont. ;

market but the latter is so little esteemed "If one-third of the money squandered Street Committee............. ............ 7.CO
arises from G
Saltns H
Theo
ignorance of the nutritive had been expended for the improvement and C. II. Huot, lumber for Street Committee Mr and Mrs DeForest. "

value of foods. When by the natives of the tropics construction of canals, the country would be .......................................... 84.21 I H DeForest, Mr and Mrs Sanford Salters, ,
they can- that it is seldom eaten by them. El infinitely better off. In England) en'ryef-- J. A. Ryder, work for Fire Depart- H Silveston, R H Little, A J. Rosenberg

not buy meats, whose importance platino grande-known to us as sim- fort is made to preserve her water-ways, and nlen t............................................ 4.00 New York; Miss Jenkins, Miss Clayton, .
they do the is also subdividedinto just to shorten the distance few miles from I Florida Mirror, printing and advertising and Mrs G W Homes S Hermann, Cin.
recognize, they not put ply plantain- : Manchester to Liverpool, they are now ex- I ............... ........................... 1.>.00 Mr Warner New,Haven. Ch. I. I..A.lieman .
0. W. A. ;
proper articles in the place of it. varieties which are known by pending no less than $50,000,000( or $60.000000 ,- C. J. Westberg, commissions on collections ; J S Cunningham, John V Terry.

They! do not correctly estimate the their savor and size. The kind that for the construction of a, new canal. I ........................................ 14.18 Phila, Pa, : H 0 Lathrops and wife. Miss K
do not know of any wayby which the country The Finance Committee that S N
reaches our market is almost ten reported Upham, Boston ; W J Tokes, Williams
high value of milk and eggs ,. and inches long, yet on the Isthmus of penditure could be of more money improved for its system than by of canals.the ex- they had found the assessment roll for 1885: Atlanta, Ga; Edwin E Simpson, Mrs E E-
Island Lowel C Hos-
:Ft.
when obliged to use largely a vege- Darian there are plantains that grow They are to-day the regulators of railroad correct and recommended that the City mer Simpson, Mrs G L George Bates and son;,. Jacksonville,;

ible diet they make no distinction from eighteen to twenty inches. Theyare charges. Just the as soon as the Erie canal Clerk be instructed to issue a .warrant to IICaufmann, Albany, Ga ; W H Miller
closes in winter railroad rates all
up Tax Collector him to at I Ill I L S Kenham, J J
between nutritious vegetables and never eaten raw, but are either over the country go up and stay,until the the City requiring Peoria, Baltimore; Kemper, Md W Vance Brown.
boiled roasted canal is in the That once proceed to collect the taxes. Dorsey. ;
or or are prepared as opened again spring. Savannah
those Goodman, S K layers, ;
which, like peas and beans, preserves. little ditch, therefore, does more for,the The, Chairman of the Street Committee, A Sight P Phleger, Tavares Fla; J S Wagner, Jesse

are rich in nitrogen and well calcu- u benefit of the American farmers than all the Mr. McGiffin, made a verbal report in refer- Robinson, J King. H. Highher, Tere

lated to List of Letters railroads combined. ence to the work necessary to be done for Hauta, Ida ; Mrs John Wharton 'Miss
the of animal
supply place "Another place where'money could be MissA E Wharton Newark, N J
Wharton ;
Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- of Broome street, petitionedfor
; for the the opening
food.SACCHARIN expended same
judiciously purposeis Gen J'W Buel, St Louis; S L Linscott, Providence -
11 dina, Nassau county, Florida, January I of course, in the Mississippi river. You I. by a number of tax-payers residing on R I ; R B Farrington, Asbury
.\ of combined 23d, 18SG. Persons calling for these letters : throw a chip in Mississippi and it will that street. Park, N'J ; A,II: Eldred. Archer. Fla: I
a species
almost float to Liverpool. The river current Evons Brown and wife.''Miss Brown, ChristChurch
bonzoie must say advertised: will take it to the Gulf of :Mexico and the Upon motion' the Street Committee was '
acid discovered bFahl- N. Zealand ; A E Bateman, J Stanley -
Adams, Henry Puntchina Gulf stream almost carries it to Norway and instructed to draw up specifications! of the Brown. L G Sheppard. Steam Yacht
J hurg in 1882, is a substance many Birg, Steam Proprietor Ogden II's Sweden. Just to think how much benefit improvements required. and to advertise for Laundo ; Martin Palmer, !<'.n & X Co ; N:
tunes Bell, Hanner Robson Isabella the cotton planters along' the Mississippi Kretti. Atlanta
sweeter than B Borden WilmingtonKaeford -
cane sugar, and, Gates A. I. Tiittle,John B. I Valley would receive from a widening, of bids.The Ga .A S Chappell.. Eau Clair, Wis; ,
when} mixed with grape sugar, 1 possesses Carbono Micheli 21 Scoffield E. Lane. that s'trear.i, and, of course, a canal across City Clerk was instructed to issue a Theo D Bratton; Tenn ; G R,Hubby ChasM
the flavor I Charmonn Henry Staurd Tonephan Florida in the shipment of their productsto warrant for$100 in favor of the Street Committee Stark, G L Baltzell. Ashley Scoville, M D,
of
the cane product I Hill M. Vegidiv, VitageloHill European markets. II think the time
for miscellaneous expenses on streets, David Taylor, I A Mode, City.
; m a marked 'degree. Its F. A. 2 Van Name, David P. will come, or I hope it will when the
has high price Johnson Fannie Willert, R. P.1eintire. American people will perceive the benefit of drains etc.. '
hitherto its Lucy Wasinston Samuel NOTE-HEADS, LET- .'
prevented acquiring inventing money in water'a3 and canals BILL-HEADS -
Commercial Morris Katie Watrose. AnsilS. instead of gridironing the country with rail- 'FINE PRINTING. SEND YOUR ; etc., neatly printed :. ;
importance, but the T. RIDDELL, P. M. roads." FOR to the MIRROR office. at the MIREOU office. ,


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f i! : i+. rr..r- TBUEB'N STEEL. I how the others may change he is still I AT THE DRESSMAKER'S. with a prairie dog tow ii. OIL ON TROUBLED WATERS.

..H. I the pretty baby. ""Well; I concluded: to settle down I

.t.l'. J H "'h; """ One day they gather around her bed, Where the'Xord of Creation Appears To and see what could do, an'I am mighty Reports of Recent Experiments of Sea.
: rr ;. THE JAY BIRD. and looking in each other's face mourn Great Disadvantage. glad now,thr.t I did. About two weeks i Captains In Heavy Storms.

) : f JJ J A leanin on the bar-post, an' a thlnkln' fully whisper "My dear," said Mrs. Broadaxe, lay- ago I -\\ :-.8 up> to the railroad station l The hydrographic office of the Navy

; :,. \ fer a minit, "She is dying.. ing her 'hand affectionately' on my trying to get trusted for some bacon and Department, in view of the evidence of

,c.:. ; ir.i! An' shellln' fer tho chlcklns a ear'r She stretches her thin hand towardthe shoulder. flour an' terbacker, an' feel in' right the value of oil to lessen the dangerous

Ht'f' l corn er so- I pretended not to hear her and puffed smart discouraged. I was out of moneyan' effect of heavy seas, and desirous
tho old Bible rests, of disseminating
1tr:1IpJ The air es dry es fodder an the wind table on which intent
away at my'cigar, only on my grub an'I couldn't see my way out facts as widely
:}!Ji1 '' with winter in it, and they say: But Mrs. B. was not_to be of it but I to eat circular possible
newspaper. prairie an' recently
,1 dogs, they'remighty prepared a to be issued
IK,'Jit' The cracks atween the shingles plugg'dup "The baby's hair. little She
1 baffled by such ruses. hard to catch. to commanders of
any
;1f- .,,, ( with early snow place it ia her hand., She kissesit deep-sea vessels sail-
They
!:( j dt 4r f- I hear the jays a hollerin', a jokln' an' tenderly, and, a bright light comes took hold of the paper, and gently "But that day was the turning point ing from this and other ports, request
folded it and
1 : i a laffln', into the dim old and they say: taking it from my hand, in my luck. ing experiments with oil when the

'1l1 tr A rilin of each other with their braggy, ""What docs she eyes see?" laid it on the center table."Wba't While I was at the station an Eng- opportunity occurs, and reports of the

; '; sassy chaffin'. Sho smiles and whispers, The pretty in' :the name of Tom Scott, lishman got off the cars, an'said as how result to one of the branch offices of the

tll1: {r. Wi.. Horace Greeley and Sam Jones, did you he was out West lookin' for a place to Hydrographic Office.

; t ar Not a pee-wee ner a blue-bird ken be baby. the of hair her jerk that pape'r from my hand for ?" I make an investment. Said he'd heard The use of mineral oil is not
; wisp on recom-
1.\r ,f ceen aroun the diggins, They place much like thun-
in voice
Y demanded as
0' the fur business an' mended while the
wanted importance
to know
and fold the wrinkled hands of
cat-bird 'n sneaked breast carryiug -
An' the
t tir1t (, up away a But Mrs. Broadaxe
I could
der assume. -
as if he was out in the fur a supply of animal or
w month ago, it, and tenderly lay: her by the country yet. vegetable oil
;;
l t I 4"' An. tho killdeer in tho stubble with side upon of the pretty baby.-[Detroit Free was not frightened. She is a brave 'Fur,' says I, 'there hain't no'-an' for use in emergencies, the chief of the

:,;; dandy frills and triggins, Press. little woman. I tried to be a tiger, but Just then an' idea struck me, an' I bureau says, cannot be overestimated.

';t ti! rl'l; Has shied away along the rest fer --4.- s..e still wouldn't scare. changed my tune. 'Furs,' says I, 'there Among the reports filed is one from

'f. ;,if'J.' fear o' snow, She came right up, patted the tiger on hain't no better fur country than thison Captria Avery of the schooner Jennie

h : l But the jay-birds ain't no cowerds, an' HOW A DWARF CAPTURED THE SUN. the head, and- sat down on his knee. 'arth. Just come out to my place tillI A. Cheney, in connection with a severe

")"'\ ,,,11 so they keep on stayin', :Before I hardly realized what she was show you my fur farm.' hurricane off the Florida coast. He

...r" 'It'i E;.' 'Jest es perk and jest as 'sassy's if 't was An Attractive Red Indian Fairy Story. about, she actually! took the cigar from And he went out with me, and I says he used oil with very satisfactory:

.... :". ..f only haiin.Thor *. Once upon a time there was a dwarf, my mouth and kissed me on the showed him-the prairie-dog town an' results and adds
.' ..,t"1O ..1' small in size that.when he :
t 1,0; .i \ so very cheek. as luck would have ;it it "After the sails
!
was a bright, were blown
: { t"i; robbings, so like humans, when killed a wren-all by himself, too- I knew wllat'was coming and began away,
day, an the dogs out scootin'around finding it to do
sunny was
necessary something to
.. hero in the first '
blowin' he he
ycr posies stop a thought was a feeling for pocket-book. Mrs. B.
.my the hundreds.
.. ash An' the berries that they like air all degree'and'' strutted around'in the grassas kisses..for nothing ,and what was by savo the ship and the crew, I took a
!' if r gobbled down-. if he had slain several never 'Talkin' about'furs, says I, 'what small canvas bag and turned about five

:rJ J: b :g ;: Strike out'n leave yo lonesome,with the braves proud of another as tribe in single com knew the use would in one be holding forced to out yield, when in the I d'ye think of that? I've been six yeergrowin'those gallons of linseed oil into it, and hung
t : shorter mink an' hain't sold it the starboard wash
: ,?'l. ., deys a growinr a over quarter. The
: .,. An' the sun but faintly smilin' et ye bat.He bad one-half of the wren-a end? hide. It's all natural increase. Guess of the sea caused a little of the oil to

;.:t '.1 y .,;t : through a frpwn. fair half of irregular frac How much do you want ? I askedin they's 'bout 7,000 of 'em now, an' they leak out and smooth the surface, so that
Vi. : But the jay-bird stays right by one ; none your desperation.She double
.. ye-s every year. How many will for two hours no water broke aboard. I
for
for feast
tions-cooked at
once a .
\
:$ : shows liken smiled face between
; es a and taking my there be in ten ?'
..,.....tJ,./1:,. Strongest for ye when the rest hes got the whole lodge, and had a mind to her. two small white hands You years consider that the oil used during the
:s"..'Ii. :."; .. ye corner'd an' a strikin'. mako himself a feather coat. And by said .' ought to see that Englishman'seyes last and heaviest part of the hurricane

"11'. .11' 'I and by he did another wren to : open as he took out his pencil an' saved the vessel and the crew."
this time.
It's not
r i :,tt. When,I cut fer the corn el' fer a lonesome death, and then be got his coat. Then what money is"it ?"- I asked, tryingto figured mink. it up. He made it 7,168,000 Captain Frost, of the ship St. David,

:.4 day a huskin, But happening to to sleep one speaking of his experience in a tempeston
'J.r; ::.3 l!,f; I scarcely git a shock throw'd down day in the sunshine, go the heat made be savage again ; but it is no use try- Well,' says I, call it 5,000,000 to September 23d, says:

..:.... .,,........,; ',i fairly ter begin, the birds' skins shrivel up so that ing to frighten Mrs. B. She is brave. be on the safe side. It won't cost $1 to "I got up three canvas bags, oakum

r r ,.r r. 4 ;f Fore the jay-birds cum a tearin' if they became quite uncomfortablysmall I want you to go with"me to thedressmaker's keep 'em, either, an' if they're worth a and some old fish oil that had been in

.....1.! : .''j" they's jest a bustin' and the dwarf was furious.He this afternoon. cent, they're worth $1 apiece. There's the ship for a long time; oakum balls
.A''I'I" : Fer ter out 'n like "To thedressmaker's-oh, dear, can"tyou '
tl1i : help me quick frum vowed he would the sun out. millions In it. were placed in the bags after being sat-
:.t i. .f ,: the hurry am in. pay enjoin some. lighter penance on me "Then wo got right down to business
urated with oil till each bag was half
So he got his sister to plait a rope "
: I An' they holler et each other-keep than that ? .
l
;;. ; 1 ., whoopin' an' a yelpin out of hair, and, having made a slip She smiled kissed first an'in less than an hour I had sold'out full; then one and a half gallons of oil
anjl me on
JJ t t An make me chirk an' cheerful, which knot in it, he pegged it down on the cheek aril the other well for 57,000 cash, an' the next day I paid were poured into the bag on top of the

:j.J }I is good a most as h el pin'. side of the hill, close to the top I one consented. "jlhen on $320 for the homestead the land otlice, oakum, and the bags sewed up, prickedand

'';,'i J r l,,, of it, just where he had noticed got my patent, transferred it to him, lashed one in each weather channel

,.t111 E I ; {,.,, .,:'t.-:...;!ii.. Ef I c'u'd write sum verses handy, like the sun was accustomed to get become I was fools a fool'sometimes.for doing it, but we all and took the first train for the East. ,.so that when the ship rolled to the

cf'; {.t.'I.fi. : I've seen them printers, up. And, sure enough, when the Step into the buffer with me, partner, windward they would go under water.

: ,'J' t An make a tune as nice for them asa sun rose next morning, it ran its We started, and after going a blockor and take a drink."-[Chicago Herald. In this way the oil dripped out gradually
+ !AiJ Mrs. Jinny Lind, two Mrs. B. turned about to give
't head right into the slipknot and got and spread over to windward as the
JJt** They sh u d both be bout the jay-bird, my personal appearance an inspection.She ship drifted to leeward. After this no

$* ''!; : a loafing through the winters, caught. made me stoop until she turned One of the Oddest of Mortals. broke I
t .. JS: An mixin up their! yawpin' with snow The consternation in nature was back the collar of my coat to suit her wave over.
Farmer John Sellers is of the Captain Dawson, of the ship Hallow
one
r. i' an freezin' wind. prodigious until the dormouse, remarking taste then she whisked about
{."t:.,. :J t\1f.. It's easy 'n"ugh in summer when the what was the matter, went smoothed, the wrinkles in me Dlback, oddest of mortals. John lives near New een, used paraffine and colza to smooth

.' .,.\ .. .., sk.is. blue an' glowin'Ter and nibbled the plait through and brushed the small of Philadelphia, Ohio. the sea down, and asserts that he thus

:- It ;r be sim in'-! but it's deferent when released the luminary, whereupon ashes off breast particles and cigar He never shears his sheep, but allows saved his vessel.-N. Y. Commercial

:' j. the same is black an' snowin'. everything went on just as if nothinghad my gave me as the wool to grow on their backs until it Advertiser.
much attention as if I Lad been a ..
:.!;l' 4-4II'l -[Boston Transcript. drags on the ground. People traveledfor
happened.
thif r .:tr/f'.''r 1.. ... .- But the dwarf came home to his pet do-to poodle, and finally said I would miles last summer to see his flockof A DUCK STORY.A .
-= come on.
; sister in high dudgeon. He was not We went to the fashionable shop sheep that had not been shorn for six
THE PRETTY BABY. From distance the Settler" In the Way of Astonishing
going he said, to bother himself about vears. a sheep ;:
of Mrs. Le I
If If JI'f Moyne, following my and Veracious Yarns.
.
"- --- looked like in the field. The
suns It was not worth his hayshocks
;.i,; w....\$ : s : One Not Long For This World. while.any.more.He had more serious mattersto wife and standing at the door and wool was 18 inches in'length.His Several old sports were seated around
1{: q' r "Isn't he a pretty baby John? See feeling as if I ought to apologize or
; attend to. And so he began mak- geese are never picked, nor does the table at the Board of Trade and as
'' 1 look at and the mother holds wait until somebody asked me to come
ll/ just him
; ing preparations for going out on an- he ever brandish that woeful weapon, usual were deeply interested in narrat-
{fffl'tJ!! P.: up the tiny,creature to papa, who*kisses other wren hunt. in.Mrs. .. the razor, on his own face, which is ing their achievements in the dccir-
Le met Mrs. Broadaxe
if.?; t r 'and fondles hind lovingly. Uoyne den in a Rip Van Winkle riot of hid-1 hunting line, and 'some tall
Such, in the bald outline, is a red In- very yarns
;,' ; at the lifted her veil kissed her
.4, "Yes ho is door ,
+, but
; r Kate a pretty baby
+t w dian "fairy storv," which seems to mo God puts the wool on the were spun, but as nobody questionedthe
and her the best chair and asked
'i t.t \ I Tom was a pretty baby, too, you re- to illustrate fairly well the tone of got the sheep, and it is sinful to clip it," volunteered experience of anybodyelse
her take off her she
I 5. .:I rl member. to wraps ; was the Buckeye with in the crowd, everything went along
philosopher
the humor of the aboriginal Ameri- says ,
f cold and seemed solicitous about
1 'III > Yes, Tom was a pretty baby-every- very more sentiment than sense. peaceably until Colonel Minor took a

'lfJi''!;: v. body said so," and she glances acrossroom can.The Mrs. B.'s comfort, but did not deignto hand with the following statement,
hero is dwarf-and this is .
a an
v j. : ; the at old notice me. Then Mrs.; Le Moyne'sassistant
a sunny-faced four-year which for the time being completly
essential in the folk of
t:( \::: *' but Willie! is not like Tom. Willie's point jests a came and kissed Mrs. Broadaxe Owls as Ornaments. paralyzed the boys.
; who consider fine tho
t\ } ""Ii hair is light and his people a physique and asked about her health. No I
: eyes, looking first qualification of manhood-and in never saw anything like it in my You fellows think you're mighty
f .' : : wistfully into the baby's face "are his small birds one kissed me or asked about my life," said a Chestnut street jeweller the smart when you try to stuff us that
: (" ft: dark, and so deep, that when I look in pompous pursuitof very health.I other The
-t"t : and subsequent inflation when he is day. women are just rank you've killed forty and fifty ducks at a
t, :".' V l them I am almost afraid, they have successful in the chase the stood in the corner like a new boy crazy over owls and owls' heads. They shot. You're no good. I saw a shot

:L';S,: -? 'W t4j such a faraway light, they seem to see characteristics of the red,man are leading slyly school, until a little seamstress broughtme want them on everything they buy." once that kil ed a million!"

,;; I.. something we cannot." burlesqued. a chair. (I shall always have a warm A lady came in hero only yesterday Oh, let up," chorused the gang."Won't .

,/ ,' "Oh, nonsense! don't think that. Ho succeeds in an impossible exploit, spot in my heart for that little seam- and got a pretty little Swiss watch,with I do it. If you don't leave me

S ;,: $ He'll grow up to be a fine fellow. But, stress.) She alone I'll make it two million, and then
and in the polished .case.
t true spirit of a hero makesno a perfectly plain: ,
\i" I' ;f Kate, I wouldn't think so much about fuss about it but when the Mrs. Le Moyne brought out such a wanted to know whether she could not I'll be on the inside."

: ) .f .f him, he's a dear J good, little fellow' but is let by the dormouse, he affects sun to love of a dress, and I soon learned thatit have an owl's face engraved in the Let's' have: it, then, if it isn't too
go ,
11) l 'k, .l. I wouldn't worship him; it isn't: right." was to be Mrs. B.'s. There was a little much sudden death."
think that such trifles center of the case, or a circle of
as suncatchingare
., ', .:J "\ "As if I could help it," the mother beneath him, and sets himself seri- system of measuring, lacing; and some owls around the edge. "Well, I don't care whether you believe -

.:j4.J says, reproachfully pressing the slight to the task of anotherwren. strange talk about polonaise. 1 "' rj-jes. "Anything, so it's owls," she said. me or not," said the old gentleman -
::1 .( ,. .. form closer and into the dark ously killing waists and lot of tuf that I ,
,.,, .t-,,, looking corsage a : Of course, we had to do as she "but it's the truth I'm telling
1 l'-{,. : :: -eyes yearningly.A could not understand, nor remembernow. but she'll when she has
There is a novelty in the flavor of this asked grumble you."In
; j month parses away, and one day 1845 was captain of the steam-
: and freshness of and to the bill. For the life of me I
fooling a scene pay
{1 'f<, ;. thev stand beside a mail[ white casket, circumstances that it to All the while I sat in my chair unnoticed can't :see what they find pretty in the boat Gazelle, running in the gulf trade
so me
,
!i:'' within which the baby is sleep. appears by one. Mrs. B. was the
; pretty make the absurd attractive.-San any staring;-oid yellow-eyed bird." from Houston to Galveston, coastingas
fas :: ing. Ah, the mothers eyes were sharp, Francisco Chronicle.story all-important one in that little shop at A glance around the jewelry store it were. At the northern end ot the

v ,;\;: '" and when friends said, What beautiful \ that moment. I was sorry I had come, showed plain evidence of the bay was a river barely navigable at the
rage.
itd s. he has." she the faraway and of stealing when
bright was thinking ,
" : eyes saw The Old Family Turnout. away All the new styles of bronze clocks best of times.
."; ftJ look and knew it the that Mrs. B. asked to sign name to a
1 i as light me my "The surrounding country was un-
, with of the
l. fY' '" The vehicles of a place that has long were ornamented figures
. 111 f. never land check for dollars.I .
: was on or sea. fifty settled and the region was a perfect
. been in family possession become solemn bird of night. He stared from ,
.1... .1L, : "Oh John John!" she moaned "I one did I would perhaps have doneso
1ti so.
godsend for sportsmen. Winged game
i 4' historic. The wheels and axles of the vases and painted umbrella stands, and
\ knew ho wasn't: : long for this world. I had it been for fifty thousand. I was were innumerable, and seemingly madeit
fritf : present milking cart, relegated now from conceivable ornament.
1 : could it in his Oh. cowed. Mrs. Le Moyne thanked me every
; see eyes. my pretty their especially I
lJi headquarters, more
4 to the farmer's transits over the fields to In silver he was worked up in a hundred _
;. '*' '. baby. !! h pastures fair, why, these were once and I rose in my own estimation, for I different forms. His head formed during stormy weather, as the localitywas

les, dear, you were right," says the of the was good for something.When the head of pepper-boxes, umbrellas well sheltered and landlocked."A .
sparkling belongings
1*+ ; papa, and there&is a quiver in the firm that went a courting.The froggy Mrs.'B. got ready to go, she and canes, and he was used to orna- storm arose after we left Galves-
" voice "if it had God to have told me to come on just as she would
pleased steam-
-I ; ancient coach ment lace-pins, breastpins and hairpins.A ton on this particular trip,and as
i i''i' left him with us we would 'have cared family marking have called her poodle, and I really thingthat attracted boats were not built either as large or
a great
for him the best could but geological periods more accurately expected to hear her whistle to 'me.I many
must
we we
4t' as substantial as they are at the present
than David ever read in the rocks that ladies was a small natural owl's head,
14'k : give him for it is His will and He ; followed her just as a poodle would and anchored
; up; coach whose very rumble was known to covered with brown feathers, with the time, wo broke: for shelter
, knows what is best have done.
1 for us. at the mouth of the river. [The spotis
wide It set
the before it wn
Yes I know it," and she stoops and villagers came to sight an Mrs. Le Moyno opened the door for big yellow eyes open.
known SaT Jacitito Bav.j"It ]
t inseparable belonging of on a silver back, to be used as a breast- now as
cuts a tiny wisp of hair from the baby's your family; Mrs. B., hoped she would come back the whole
but
twilight,
. "! .. its front seat the throne of such a suc- pin, and was valued at $10. was barely
,, 1 head. again scon, and said her presence was river far could see wa. a solid
cession of kings whose reigns recallas Women who would be frightened half as as vro
. "Oh, John, said I you always refreshing but not a word was
you worshipped ; of ducks and trout.
cannot the Presidents to death at the hoot of owl mass geese
each of an on a
r 1y you ,
him. I did, oh, I did, and, God forgive spoken to me, and I certainly did not Suddenly a flash of lightning or a
whom evil dark to
taught than night are now proud wear
more
; me, I can't be for it now he you your feel refreshing.I .
sorry was very thunderbolt out of the skythere;
careful mother could punish out of stuffed owls' heads in their fall bonnets. sprang
such a dear, pretty baby. went home registering cast-iron, shock,
4t you-oh, "tales of my grandfather," The cheerless bird is also extensivelyused was a deafening and blinding
1 Years on. Other babies steel-banded rock-ribbed vows never
pass are before have ever
such I had or
told to that box for note as never
on seat rode decorating fancy
you as paper.
iiw you
i born. They are all pretty babies, every outside and mother to go near another dressmaker's shop Press. since experienced, and all those ducks
and sisters Philadelphia[
+ : one who sees them says that, but none your while I lived ; and to pray constantly turned their toes.
made calls. up
? f : are like the baby with the far.awaylook. How party for. deliverance from such, perditionafter I "Kill 'em all?" asked one of the
i ,.= As they they love to gather long you stood dreaming before death.If i
t ; grow up the dear Anecdote of the Late Mr. Vanderbilt. I crowd.
' around mother's chair and she never old ark! Nothing could induce wants to know how -
Colonel
"
t ; ; a man insignificant "Blessed if I know said the
you to sell it, or to ride in it A retired newspaper man tells of a ,
now.
. tires '
telling of the who let him with
dark-eyed baby he is
i ,. just go "but the whole of Galveston: Bay
You with Mr.
th ;;, went to live with God. put one foot on the lowerstep, his wife to dressmaker's.Arkansaw pleasing experience Yander- ,
J a fortnight.
covered with ducks for a
the door was
proud patrician and
And, when with childish open Traveler. bilt."I
curiosity look' in. You see again that Sunday went to .interview Mr. V.," he I The people lived on salted duck for
the Bible
they to look at the
open pictures .
about
a and find between the leaves morning load all stowed; your fresh. says, "and the big. man was smilingly about a year, and I gathered in
a tiny "
A Mink Farm In the West. silent. 160 bales of feathers.
cheeked mother the.
clean bib-
noisy
wisp of hair tied with a white satin ribbon standeverything.
Y' r+ : they touch it reverently and whis and-tuckered six,'your father, grave and "Thereare; some mighty green.men' 'Surely you wouldn't hinder a newspaper "See here" now, we can't

.; c i jr tl per beneath,;theIr breath, "The sabbatic, standing as you''do nowandyou in the world," said the passenger from man making a few dollars! ,' I said .
pretty gotBome
baby." feel your. eyes filling; for a.thousand -, the West, "an' r struck one of .'em a. to him facetiously. 'A talk from you Wishimaydie if it ain't so. I've and
.
.,: Years still pass on. The children other coaches have borne them overland week or two ago. If I hadn't wouldn't i is worth a great deal; I made a handsome of the feathers at home vet,next

r to be and and sea since then, as wide apart, be here now. sum out of my first interview with will bring you down a sample the
t grow sturdy men women and
Sun.
i 1 xs the mother watches them she and there have been chariots more Last spring I went.out into western you.' time-I think of it.-Cincinnati

w f thinks, "If he had lived he would sometimes ethereal, for some.-[Boston Globe. Nebraska an' homesteaded a quarter: "-' Well, by George I like a man .

i! ,b 1 ,a have been such a'.beautiful man," and +.. 'section ihadn'tseen the land, but took I who can make money out of me,' said A resident of Mason Valley, Nav., has

w then she smiles and is glad that in Lion cubs born'in captivity are fre- it, 3upposui' it was all right. But whenI : the railway king. ';It takes a smart raised toward promising cathood three

w : i Jleavpn there is no time, and no matter. quently without palate and die inconsequence -' got: therel found it already inhabited.' I man .to.do it; fire, ,away with. :yourquestions. kittens obtained from the nest of a wildcat.

J .. ,because" not nourishable. A'rjiit 150 acres' of the.160 were covered .'" ; They are good ratters.
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CHRISTMAS: GOODS during -
of the New Congress, besides the Leg %
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I illative Intelligence of Maryland. Virginia ,
)1lr1t..1't'r: low to :>iii the S tlll'-. I Ullth'rStates.and the General News from ,
every State and every quarter of the Globe. IN- j
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THE JL.I.TDrORJrEEKY...Y SUN. Ilcaiitiiul.Without. I

NEW COODSIX Terms Invariably Cash in Advance.Postage {FLY GROCERIES, HE AVY SIIPPLIES SHay a Peers ;

: Prepaid by Publishers on Subscriptions I IX ITS: MKC1I \XJC.\I. l.-OXSTKUn
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xcrrve MART 8 now being! placed 1 with' (-:u-h Domestie"are
: PREMIUM COPIES TO GETTERS UP OF FURNITURE SIOK1S MINIS AND CROCKERY specialties. No "rlll'l" nunhinthas them
CLUBS. FOR THE BALTIMORE These athicluncntsUKI tilt n-\v rood-lvnk
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., WEEKLY SUN. makc "Donii--tir" iixirc'tlmn' / t'vcr.xvith- '

I FIVE COPIES.............................$ 5.0O out question, S I'I -St
With an extra copy of the Week- HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE ETC.
The Acknowledged Standard of
M. DOWNEIlias \ Sun one year. I > --
TEN COPIES. 10.00 Excellence. -S
With an extra copy of the Weekly -
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Sun one year, and one copy of
now opened his large and extensive the Daily Sun three months. -- FOR SALE llY--

.lock of Foreign and Domestic FIFTEEN COPIES...................... 15.OO
I With an extra copy of the Weekly X. E. comer Sun one year, and one copy; of ,
the Daily Sun six months. _. i
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DRY GOODS TWENTY COPIES....................... 20.00 ;. FERNAXDINA, FLORIDA. .*
I With extra of the Weekly .
j an .. :
copy
-AS1)- Sun one.year. and one copy of : .. -" .-'" '. ';. ii" .,',... '... ':, ..- .; ,:, '

;; the Dally Sun nine months. .'.,"/;; : .r.. ."',.::, .'.. ': .: Agents wanted in unoccupied territory..
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FAMILY GROCERIESCO THIRTY 'COPIES. SO.OO .. i fr ii ; Address, 3
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With an extra copy of the Weekly .- 1 ( ;,:.?:,,;, .: .,' DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO..

Sun and one copy of the Daily . :, ,. RICHMOND, Y.J )
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Alpacas, IelainesSatines, Lusters, Prints, 1 .: -_:--c: '.,. f'; .: .: ,;,...< ',, ,,: .:,; : ; ", ,., ..' .
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Soersurkers.a choice lot of Family Blanks Sun one also an extra'copyof .".'i't...!;j! to'. : pi\" ;' .: .. i"r', year '
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White, Brown, Olive Opera etc.,) FIFTY the COPIES Daily Sun....for. ..'.six.months. 50.00 t-....,. -.T .,,., .ur r .... .. Till b SIeet-.Ii.Oll.'Vare

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Doileys.Table Linens and Coy AND DEAJ.KR IX
Sun and
two copies of the Daily -


ers l finish.Edging of beautiful Irish; Embroideries and design Hamburg and, SEVENTY-FIVE With Sun an one extra year.copy COPIES of the..Weekly .........- 75.OO.I H. E. DOT -'ERER PARL R, rrI B na UT VB ,

Laces and Shawls
<- I Sun and three copies of the
Daily Sun one year. INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS J.UnED VARIED ASSORTMENT OFf
l: READY-MADE CLOTHING : ONE HUNDRED COPIES...........tOO.OO Yom' : i it
With an extra copy of the Weekly ': *J T *I t1 f
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Brocheo (plaid and all- ly Sun one year. FINE FAMILY GEOCERIES
Wool), Broadcloths, Doeskins To Europe and other Postal Union countries If JI m, h''jt jnlnnimimonnnn
Satinet Jeans Cotton at $lJi2 for twelve months. "' ;'
Flannels, White Goods Shirt I5 r' ;
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Goods. Hats. Caps, Umbrellas, Boys Daily, except Sunday. EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
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,Trunks Valises, Satchel?. Ladies and Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably .
C ent,;' Shoes, (Gaiters Hosiery, Ladies and Cash in Advance, Postage Prepaid FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY K s W11Zl .
<'liililrcn''s Vests: Gentlemen's Underwear, Subscriptions in the United ,
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States and Canada. .
INGRAIN AND BRUSSELSCARPETINGS One Year.SG.OOjOne; Month.30 Cts. SUCH (;JOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED
Six :Months....... 3.00: Three Weeks..3S: Cts.
Four Months.... 2.00Two: Weeks.....i.i Cts. Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
Three Months.... 1. 0 One Week.......IS; Cts. PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
Two Months..... 1.00+ ;{
COOKING ITFJSILS OP Ml K1BS
To Europe and other Postal Union countries E5l'ECI.JTTESTIOX GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF ,
Mattings Rugs Oil-Cloths etc. ..
70 Cents per Month. .
+ I I I +_ LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS .
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Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and The value of THE SUN ----t .
China Ewers Ware, Goblets, Tumblers, Bowls, Medium is. of course, in as proportion Advertising to: its I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES [1- OUGHT-IRON PIPES.: '

Basins, Butter Dishes, etc. immense circulation, and its prices for advertising -::: -ttt* 1TIIK '
far less in proportion to the circulation DRIVES '1'IU..LS..aI''I.I.'rv:
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NICE LINE OF FURNITURE, -the main element of value in advertising BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED.' -
than those of any other daily paperof IRON: ROOFS PUT ON.
Furniture, Chairs Tables, Spring which we have knowledge.The -- -- TISXD Tin Gutters promptly lilled.:

l Beds, Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, safest method of transmitting money NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. \Vind'3Iills for pumping water or running
uul a -crcat.'arict.\ not'I1l'cutioneJ here. by mail, is by cheek, draft, or postoffice. : light machinery promptly erected on order.
money order. Church. Factory and School llt'lI101' sale.
:All the above was purchased by the Proprietor .. I.1' ..\
Cor. Second and i'eutre Sts.. RXAXJIX.\. at. a bargain.
while recently in New York, at the No DEVIATION FROM PUBLISHED ... ,' jpfrStoves at Wholesale Prices.A .

VERY LOWEST FIGURES and will be TERMS. '. '<' .. goods delivered at the various transportation
:
sold at a !small living profit FOR CASH. THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANAC, a ;. < 'l' '" stations within the city freeof ;
Having been established in East Florida valuable publication of is "d'.C'i h.. ; "' ,. .
.. ninety-six pages. .. .. '" '' ..J.,1''J' ?' ,I..I:'''1'' "'*." '5 ." charge. Allsales for cash.
Miice 183: .and in this city since 1861, I hope published as a Supplement to THE SUN If < -'. 'th.*; il I .
v .
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.. r-'oO" CORNER: BROOME AND SECOND STS,
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:lnd expect to receive share of the about the first of I..t' r "t'rp"J'i"tt: 'Hr1- -t5 i." .
a large each It is not for sale. ,,,, i : "
year
public patronage,and will endeavor to make nor is it distributed except to subscribers of },.<%'.';''-:!',. '...' "'/. '.,,:."j.... .,1:.>: .* ;-T.....,.,', 't';><"""io." :?,.... +...-& ..!i''r. ':". "''\1'.. ._ .. :.". Fernandina. Fla., July 12, 18S4.
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"THE SUN," Daily and Weekly for whose q" :;o.It"k'i; ,", '-",.".".,,..:-r"ili. :; "1T ''''c <;" :' ,' ". >.;-
-THE CITY MART+ benefit"THE it SUN-is published.," Daily, 'or Every Weekly,subscriber; 'whose to .:.:.:: .' .,1',4 "(; : ;-; <; : ; :: : ',.) : ::Jjl; : ;.: .;.'i. :' R. S. SCHUYLERARCHITECT., /

is books the first of .,'" ;; : J '
name on our the year. '.'r.4SThe .-
'111 the future, as in the past, one of.the most will receive a copy of THE SUN ALMANACfree : ; tV-.v'icf4t : -;:, .,' .>
f popular Stores in the city. of '<' i" :.: J. ,; '
1.offer my best thanks'for past favors.:' charge.Postal Orders, Checks, Drafts, etc., are to ;:\ ; d. :. .r:. :r:;: .. .' :, :. ',, .:.. DESIGNS FOR BUILDING OF ALL ,

; be made payable and all NEWS and BUSINESS .I.' '. : v. ,. .I. 1s, with Plans, IctailsSp'-
)f. ? cifications and
DOW \L1. Communications addressed, to ; ;' Superintendence.'

Fernandina, Nov 14, 1885. A. S. ABELL& CO., Publishers,
In the Circuit Court.
Sun Iron Building
Baltimore, Md. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAU

Warranty COUNTY FLORIDA. '
and Mortgage Dcetls. -

LIXEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN '. W.. ,K. .ILAUKN'IGIIT, -
: (' sent upon' receipt of 2-cen AGE "T.WIJOLES.LE ,- A. B. NOTES Claim $941. Bond '18S2; ;: .',

tarnp.. Address FLORIDA_ MIRROR, AND- RETAIL. Cabbage for the South 'HENRY vs HART.Attachment.( .

-G Fernandina, Fla. BUTCHER AND:STOCK DEALER,. "\rOU ARE,HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT

ANDDealer Either for home use or for shipment to SOVTBEKX MABKETS, ..I.a writ of, attachment has been issued
-- ---- -- --- attached to
and
in Ice -ISHENUERSON'S against; you. your property
Notice to Tax-Payers. satisfy the demand of A. B. Noyes, amount-
E'am TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY Ing to $941.79.! Now, unless you shall appear
now ready to receive the State andounty EARLY SUMMER.Thls
Bnoojt STREET WHABF, before his Honor James M. Baker,
taxes assessed the real and r ''
upon) .TIHhm of the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
I{Personal property in the county of Nassau, 1-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.JA.1IES .
I year 18S5.' and can be found at -
first in A. D. 1880. being
( Monday January
111)01hco
Corner in the store of Mr. Emil Friend, JIcGIFFIXCONTRACTOR SEEDS the fourth day of said monthjudment.wiIi'
Centre
and} Third streets c'en."ed- ;
nesday: and Saturdawhen be rendered against you, and your'property
acollcct-
not on
'11)S tour in the county. / AND BUILDER. j wm be found described In onr Manual of EvEBrrnnro FOE TEE!:GABDET"which will be sent to any I sold to pay the debt.
WARDEN F. SCOTT, address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage. H. J. BAKER, -
Collector of Revenue Nassau Alachua Street between Second and Third. Attorney for Plaintiff.. '
County. SEEDSMEN GROWERS, Fernandina, Fla., Odober:3d.188J: ; 3m
Fernandina
Fla.) December 7, 1SS5. '
FERNAXDINA. ,, FLA. Peter Henderson & Co 35 & 37 Cortlandt St., .n '
JOT; PRLNTING'EXEcuted
Pickled HEW YORK. |3 LL KINDS OF:
Oysters -
.\.l Orders and estimates from distance carefully in the highest style of the art; ai
WllITXEB & SCHUYLEtt's. attended to. 25-tf S '-' .' the :MIRROR Steam Printing House.
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THE KLOUI.DA; J ; ;I .soil capable of fertilization, I THE BOARD OF TR, IJ";. Dry Goods. ,t .ue- GRAND OPENING
Remember the closing out sale in
Dry
trees) good care and facilities I We are.glad to note the"reorganization Goods, etc.. at -OF TIIE-
I
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Florida, in our of tile Board of Trade A PAUL FUXKE'S. '

' J number of members have [HO CEM!a;STORE 9!25 CENT}!|
Subscription, S3 per year; sex furnishes as profitable a joinedit Special, Bargains in Youths' and.'

to-day for 'orange culture as and much.interest is manifestedin Boys' Clothing. :"
Office corner Centre and First streets, Just received by J. l fc'f. Kydd. Our buyer,
with the added we it effectual as a means of BARGAIN PRICES THAT DEFY EVENNEW
assurance making Mr. J. Kydd. has bought fine line of these*
KATKS-OF \ goods below ular prices, and.we intend togh.e YORK.
obtained from the experience advancing our local interests.. The
Ten cents a line for the first, and our customers the benefit of it. Call
each subsequent insertion. present season, that the tree delegation s"nt to Washington will and see them. J..& T. KYDD. VTOTI1IXG ABOVE 25 CEXTS.

," Special local notices, 15 cents a line. hardy and will withstand a present the'claims of our harbor.for JL i Call and see, our sayings backed m
Reading notices,25 cents a line. Imported Swiss Cheese. '
Special rate for time advertisements as low as 15 certainly, a liberal appropriation for the con- Limburger Cheese. with solid proofs and plain black and white

' cation at the office.Communications. much lower under fa tinuance of the work of improvement Sauerkraut. figures, at the OLD P03TOFFICE BUILD
r. Pickles. ING, Second Street, near Centre.
J upon all matters of circumstances. Well located, already begun under direction Holl. Herring. SMITH CAKROLL..

solicited from all of.the will continue to be California Hams.
est parts groves of the Engineer 'Department. The Also, a fine lot of first-class Groceries.J. .

,I along All the communications lines of Florida Intended railways.for importrnce and value of this port Ito KLARER. TOURIST HOUSE,

, !should be addressed to the ,Editor: far as'the fruit is concerned we Florida and to commerce has
R. BOSCO FERNANDINA, FLA.
fx letters--- simply to THE FLORIDA-:\ liable to cold weather, only to be understood to give it a p ,; -

SATURDAY, JANUARY 30 or less severe, between D celn- front rank in the work of harbor GERMAN PHYSICIAN,
r
NOW
.r Specialist of Chronic Diseases. Asthma 11 OPEINEWLY
20. the Atlantic coast.It .
and
January Probably improvements perfectly and permanently cured within two
HOW THE FREEZE HAS
, ED FLORIDA. in four or five.years it may be is not a harbor' which requires to weeks. :Male and female diseases cured in FURNISHED AND PAINTED

Sufficient time has now enough to freeze the fruit on the be kept open by dredging,but always .short time. Consultation free. First-class; : accommoda.
Office hours from 7 to 9) a.m.and :3 to 6 p.m. tions.
Will we take the chance of maintains its depth of waterhy'theforce.
enable us to make a Office, foot of Centre St., Swann Building.In TERMS $2.00 PER; DAY.
" curate estimate of the a good price for four seasons .. of the natural current of the

damage sustained by' with the risk of losing deep fresh water river, St. Mary's, the Circuit Court:;-, .I j3'Special arrangements by the week or
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, month.
' the recent freeze. It had part of a crop? Tak- aided by the ebb tides flowing in COUNTY, FLORIDA. NASSAU W. G. 1'Ll.EXWOOD,

fifty years since a average of prices it will pay front Nassau and Cumberland ,,i 10 Proprietor

had occurred in the State, this risk. We repeat there Sounds. In,the ample harbor, GEORGE '\". In Chancery.Order .

t experience was confined to ground of discquragement as lying inside of the bar and shelteredby MARY ANN vs. \ 1} Divorce.

I.. edge of the effects of a culture in Florida. Amelia and Cumberland Islands, It appearing from the affidavit of George $250WILL
, II. Baer the complainant in the above suit,
low 20 which has all parts of the country de- there is a great natural basin fortyto
as as that defendant, Mary Ann Baer, is absent
once or twice in recent on the products of the soil sixty feet in depth, affording safe from Columbia-said State, and resides in the Districtof BUY A

the thermometer indicated is an occasional loss of an en- anchorage room to hundreds of vessels Now. therefore, it is ordered that said defendant GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEAD

temperature 15 we felt op. Some seasons the wheat and a fqw-miles up the river an :Mary Ann Baer, appear and
demur
answer or to complainant's said bill AT
anxious and somewhat ''utterly fails, and the disap- abundant supply of fresh' water, is of complaint, filed in said Court in the 'I'j '
county of Nassau, on or before the! first FRED 'V. HOYT & co's
the result. We knew that husbandman has to plow in obtainable in the channel. The Monday in February, being the first day of / i

on the trees would freeze worthless stalks, which }have pressure of this great natural reservoir said month, 1SGG, and that this order be FURNITURE STORE,
published in the Florida Mirror
a
,220. We had seen the trees no fruit. The tornado, the keeps the scouring currents over per published in said city of Fernandina newspa-, CENTRE STREET.

of their leaves in the worm and the caterpillar make the bar in constant operation and county weeks. of Nassau, for four consecutive

tion of the State at a of the finest prospective crops. maintains a very uniform depth of Witness lIon. James M. Baker, Judge of

lost in Florida the water. When this of water said Court and the seal thereof, this 31st
depth
23 to 240. Our anxiety present day of December, A. I)1885. SASH DOORS

> greater in consequence of about half our orange crop, .is increased; by the jetties it will JOHN A. EDWARDS, ,
Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Co., Fla. -AND-
continuance of the freezing all present appearances that keep open from the same natural Fernandina Fla., January 2,1886.

and the very strong and the principal loss. We may, causes. BLINDS,

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-- --- An OrdinanceFor
which continued through well take courage for the THE FRUIT EXCHANGE.--
AT FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.
Flxiiiy the Rate of Assessment for Taxa-
On the 13th the and await with hope and a The annual meeting of the stock tion for the Year 1885.

and the frozen fruit certainty the near at holders of the Florida Fruit Ex
.
IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY
The best evidence of the blooming of the trees and the change will take place on Tuesday, BE Council of Fernandina, That, for the ,.EST.A.nLI i IIED 187 .

of trees affected cold is of a good the present purpose of meeting the current expenses of ---
by crop the 2d
February, at Jacksonville.It said city, and the past due indebtedness,
ding of their leaves, if is the firm opinion of the fruit- thereof, for the year 1883; also, for the pur- DRUGS and MEDICINES
: pose of establishing a Water Works and Fire
curled. For nearly a MYERS SAFE AT 24. growers, who have had the most ex- Protection, there be raised by levy upon the --
t leaves remained and then real and personal property of the city, as
, cold wave. extended nearly perience in raising and marketing assessed a tax of thirteen ((13) mills on the HORSEY & CO.,
in many places began to naturally'n fruit, that the Exchange has been dollar as follows : For current expenses,
every portion of the State, but nine ((9)) mills : for past due bonds, one ((1)
leaves This
rapidly. was Myers where the tempera- very successful in ameliorating past mill, and for water supply and fire protec-
tion, three ( mills. =| PHARMACISTS \=
the case in the : evils and that it is a and (3))
low 24 necessary
went as as the pine- First reading, December 16th.
t6 On the pine lands they plantation of Messrs. Bushnell beneficial organization. The prices Second reading, December 16th.
Third reading and December 16th. Centre Street.i'ERNANDINA .
I; leaves longer and obtained have been better than last passed
was not injured, and oranges, G. F. AVERY,
worse. At this time, year and the handling better. We President of Council. FLORIDA.
I limes etc. escaped injury.
Attest: GEO. E. WoLFF
r : Tveeks since the freeze, the Rooke's place at Fruit- have entire ,confidence in the Fruit City Clerk. constantly on hand a fine a sort-
is very satisfactory: and shall Approved : W. H. POPE. KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN :.
Exchange cordially
Park, four miles north of Lees- sup- janl 4w Mayor. and DOMESTIC
I First. That the 'bearing port it.
his pineapples will revive he ----
,
not killed in any part of the --- I I I II rugs and Chemicals
and and lemons es
8 Second. That healthy oranges I Notice-to. Tax-Payers. 1 I I
and any material injury. The I Notice is hereby-given to the Tax-Payers I Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
are generally living, is now universal from all of the City of Fernandina that I am now
rapidly their condition. ready to receive the taxes assessed for mu- Proprietary and Fancy Goods.
,
of East Florida, that the nicipal purposes, for the year 1885, at the
Third. That there is FINE TOILET ARTICLES
has not affected injuriously Mayors office, on Third street.C. ,
probability that the J. WESTBERO, { w tlGy,,
11 mature and healthy trees. City Tax-Collector. ROYAL PERFUMERY, SOAPS. ETC..
the hammock groves will !. Fernandina Fla., Jan. 28, 1886. a/tYTLYf{{
t ---- IN GREAT VA RUTY.
and
the that
present year, Notice to Contractors. ttljir
trees in the. pine lands in BEST place to see dressmaking Proposals will be received by the undersigned 4 1 PhysieiaDs' Prescription

portion of the ; fine art is on the stage. ; but until Wednesday evening, at 6 carefully compounded with pure Drugs
few know what these o'clock, February 3d, for grading Broome' i'.:a ..ws'r reasonable prices.SCIENTIFIGAMERICAN.
of the State, will bear a people street across the marsh between Seventh .4
fitting dresses cost an act- and Eighth streets.! Specifications can be :. :=t
present year, and that it is obtained on application.
the crop of 1886 will be To begin with, the dressmaker JAMES :McGirriN,
Chairman Street Committee.
be artist. She
an measures
I two-thirds of last year. Fernandina, Fla., Jan. 28, 886.
first then cuts the lin-
The devotedto
Fourth. That much most popular Weekly newspaper
In Justice's Court. science mechanics,engineering discoveries
and if the woman hasn't the ventions and tlisbed. Every number -
i in exposed situations, is GEO. S. WILSON, Agent, Claim, $58.00. illustrated patents with ever splendid po engravings. This
The the lining has, she is made to versus }\ Bond, $116.00.W. 4KIJ4G publication furnishes.most valuable encyclopediaof
damaged.
new information which no person should be without.
I F. ANSLEY 'VI Attachment.YOU ,
! : dress not the dress to fit her AND FE. The popularity of the ScreKTiTia ASTEBICAH is
the trees will soon efface ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT Inch that its circulation nearly equals that of another

,1 of the freeze. The goods cut out, the writ of attachment has been issued rear. papers Discount of to its Clubs.class combined.Sold by all Price.newsdealers.3.3
, against you, and your property attached, to MUNN; CO.,Publishers No.KlBroadwsy.N.Y.
and the is tried .
begins woman .Munn.tCo.hanalso
,t In many places where satisfy the demand of Geo. S.Wilson, Agent, IitlENTS 1 had Thirty
Insect had the patience, and temper. The amounting to $58.00. Now, unless you shall POWDERAbsolutely Eight years'
injured. " w before
before W. S a'Justice of practice
appear Livingston,
is fitted for have prepared
errect Office and
an carriage ho Patent
may die, or will be slow the peace in and for 'Nassau County, on :a..re than One Hundred Thou-
'J their for motion, and the panier March 1st, A. D. 1886, being the appearanceday Pure. :" rnd Al'picatioDsforpatent in tne8 thelnite.l .
of cou
on account MAtes and foreign
for said month,judgment will be ren- Caveats. Trade-Marks. Copy-rights.
; dition. draperies for chair effect, to say pered against,you, and your property soldto Assignments, and all other papers the for
about the sleeves and collar pay the debt. THIS POWDER NEVER VARIES. A securing to inventors their. rights JaDd. :Francf'in
United States Ian:!s1' }.n
: Is there, then, ;any GEO. S. WILSON, Agent of purity, strength and whole- Germany and other f"wn ronntries. pre-,
are set and reset until Plaintiff. someness. More economical than the ordi- pared at short notice and f"rfTPTiableternwInformation ,
every .,
the value safety of oit.'n, i "t.rtseheer-
or :
kinds and cannot be sold in as
Fernandina, Fla., January 29, 1885. 2m nary competition fully given without the..g'. Iland-boaksof
in Florida in the light of and crease has been obliter- with the multitude of low-test, short information sent fre.-. l'atpnU obtained!

During all this time the To Whom ,It May ,Concern.U weight alum.or phosphate powders. through Munn free. Co.The are adv.-ntrse noticed rt in"nch tneScientincAmerican notice!*
rience facts
or present ? 3f Sold in wish todis-
I S. ENGINEER OFFICE. % only cans. well understood by all ptlr 'is as passive as an artist's ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., pose of their atenta.
admit that there has ScID'IIJ'ICC4l
ARMY BUILDING, NEW YORK, 1 Address ) .I; CO. Office
48 106 Wall Street, New York. .
361 Broadway. Kework
deal of recklessness, She has nothing to say, January 20,1886. ( --
INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE
tion in no suggestions are expected or UNDER R. S. SCHUYLERARCHITECT
or ignorance Bureau of the War Depart- OCH SON'S ,
.' suitability of all Florida ; it'is' immaterial how ,the ment, the, undersigned assumes control in Celebrated Fashion -
the name of the"United States, of the Military Catalogue -
>r8BriDff and Som-
. growing. Many feels. Fit and not feeling, Reservation at Point Peter, Georgia, SENT FREE er\384 ready March
k the metes and bounds of which are described K 10th.to any address. Illustrates and lists FOR BUILDING; OF ALL
have alleged that the object. Women in private every thing for Ladles',Gents.Chlldrens' DESIGNS
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of the Clerk of Detail, Specifications
and recorded in the office and Infants wear and Housekeeping with Plans,
: grow anywhere; that all : see a pretty stage dress the Superior Court, Camden County ,Geor- house Goods,in at the prices United lower States.than those Complete of any and Superintendence.
''I they do not puzzle their brains gia, Book S., Folios 509, 510 and 511. All atisfactlonouarwUeed,money re-
: not the quality of cf.' ..
was persons occupying any portion of said reservation funded. H. F. KOCH fc SON, Notice to Tax-Payers:
Are. & 20th Y.
6th til.: N. City..
that it should be in the secret. ,or any buildings thereon erected.are I am now ready to receive the State and
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hereby notified that they will be required to County taxes assessed the real and
lators have sold land for vacate the same promptly upon the order of Lost, personal property in the upon county ,of Nassau.
in the forests the Honorable the Secretary of War, or his On Friday evening, January 15th, either at Fla., for the 18S5, and can be found at
ture pine Chandler Harris is an African year
" duly authorized agent.Q. the Egmont or between that lIntel and the office in the store of Mr.Emil O.Friend..
Florida and the sand having first seen light on ,A. GILLMORE.. Mansion House, a Gold Bangle Bracelet. my corner Centre and Third streets, every \\eu-
Colonel of Engineers, The tinder will be rewarded by
liberally collect
nesday and Saturday, when not on a
r : wet prairies of the northeast coast of that country llv't.Iaj.. Gen'l. U. S. A.- leaving the Bracelet at the Mirror office. ing tour in the

:, ,:',: To make a profitable his parents were engaged in ---- county.WARREN F. SCOTT.
Pickled Oysters, I semi for our Select List: of
ADVERTISERS Nassau County.
: f P. Rowell & Co. Collector of Revenue
to.
::: the best of land work +
there. -
requires .
." ,- ,. At T. WAITER & SCHUYLER'S.or' .. 10 Spruce Street dew York. Fernandina, Fla.,,December ?, 1?S5.

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50 yard.cases good dark Prints at '41 cents per :,-1".1"..,.,' I -' g J & T. KYDD.


1 case best Prints at 5 cents per yard. ,PAUL, FUNKE'S

Selected styles at G cents per yard. N WE ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF OUR FALL..
wool scarlet Knit Undershirts at '
All G51 STOCK.
cents, worth $1.' ....+++++--+--++t -1 t 4-lHYi(' ++++++-++++++fI -++++++-+ z JUST RECEIVED:
Brocaded Dress Goods at 15 cents, worth il.
25 cents. .. I I .fll NEW FALL DRESS \ 1 1})
; l GOODS I II i

10 Job cents lot up.Ladies' all. Linen Towels half price,'from I DRY GOODS EMPORIUM I ,

Jerseys at 50 cents. = =
CASHMERES:
100 pair Pants from $1.50 to $4.00 below I +< H 1 I 1 -II II I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 I I 1 i

rcgualr price. Plaids Prints
,f New stock of Overcoats, just received Ginghams, etc.,
NEW WINTER GOODS.
from $3 up.
J. & T. KYDD. == lankets, Quilts, Com foi 1 to b1es,

Gents Furnishing Goods, I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment -AT- ,
At great bargains, at of Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting:: of Colored -
PAUL FU KE'8. Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Blanket are ilmong = VER."Y LO PB..JCES

my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety;
Shoes, Shoes .

dies'Again, Misses'arrived and a,Children's new stock of Shoes.Gent's They, La- PLAIN AND ,FANCY DRESS GOODS = -OUR( CLOTHING

are of the finest quality and neatly made.If DEPARTMENT}>-
any one can undersell I want to know
it, asI haven't heard of a single instance up Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
to date. W. J. LOIUIAN.Iloys' IS REPLETE WITH NEW GOODS OF FASHIONABLE CUT
Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything! to DESIRABLE FABRIC. AND
FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY
: be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special ,
Clothing. SUITS MADE TO ORDER BY BROWNING, KING ;
attention is directed to my large and varied assortment of !JIi
$1.50 up to$8.00 per suit. it CO., NEW YORK. FIT GUARANTEED.
W.. J. LOHMAN.

:Scarlet; Flannel' Shirts All Wool, 80"cents.- MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING .= IN I Irl r( NEW FALL STYLES IN GENTS' HATS Ejr ail = 3 t f

,Yo J. LOll MAX, f

Furnishing Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, etc. ,
Handsome Presents. which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at l
Handsome presents given away to parties astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at one- : A LARGE LINE OF HANDSOME GOODS. = ?
!buying$10 or more at half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear, and
__ PAUL FUNKE'S. Furnishing Goods of every description. ;J:3J'Or ers by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting; to .. t
ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. t
Cash Buyers :: } t

Will find it to their interest to buy their HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES J. & T. XYCC:: : ., I
Clothing. Dress Goods, Flannels. White ) ( P
Hoods, Woolens, Notions, Shawls, Hosiery, Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., }

Domestics at for Men, Ladies andijlisscs, of all sizes,at low In Domestic NEW YORK
"". J. JJI IAN'8. a prices. OFFICE83Valker St. }t FERNANDINA, FLA e. III
His prices are positively) below those of Goods lam offering unprecedented bargains, and I will not be
competition. undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties.

Winter Clothing. Attention is also directed to my large assortment of FERNANDINA AND NEW-YORK. j

Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at
PAUL FUNKE'S. HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODScomprising

--- Xoticc.rno everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea DRY GOODS CLOTHING I II.
ALL WHOM: IT :MAY: CONCERN: .
call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at
J. Notice is hereby given that I have been 1 1TANVARY <
appointed Administrator of all and singularthe -
chattels, and credits of : :a:3.:: :lees.
goods, rights
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JOHN C. SNOWBALL, deceased, and all lD.Iy
creditors of said estate, legatees,and persons IUM- prices arc positively below those of any house and fully
-+sAWLrUNKHFY: ? G D( r ICDNTRi +-
!entitled their to claims distribution and demands are notified, duly to present at-- 13 to 23 Ier cent. less than those of any credit I j

tested, within two years from this date, and H concern. I want the money down i the_v give yon thirty and I I,
that the same will be barred unless exhib- sixty days in which to pay, and make up for the petty privilege by
ited within said period aforesaid.C. .
A. SNOWBALL. STREET, O charging yon ten 'ears'compouncl interest. And yet people insist 0
Administrator estate of John C. Snowball, upon calling this nonsense.C t

deceased.Hart's Road, Fla., December 29th<< 1885. g"ER.1lTri.ND::: : :I: N .A.. To those,who han not bought of 1IIe, I would ask their inspec- ,
dcc29 OWLJCY Lion to convince throe that I give the BEST GOOD for the money. e"q e""

COTTAGE, m "''V jE... a: 1\IL .A.. r-w, T() 7

Sevcnth-St., near Egmont Hotel, r--1 CORNER SIXTH AND ASH STHEETS. \\.J.1.
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miNANDINA, FLORIDA.Oflerspleasantroontswell 1

without board. Table Boarders furnished will,withor be 3VCOIDE. BIJQ, CHEAP FOR CASH AT W. .J. LOHMAN'S.} ii i g

accommodated; also transient. l 'b i
2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. t,

-- IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
LAXE"SII GENERAL INSURANCE REAL ESTATE ; :

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JEWELRY r- '*STORE'* 1 1* f1JlfrfI( DRY l GOODS IN 1886'hlll! \\\ ,


Offers for the approaching Holidays' a fine CHARLES V. HILLYERFERNANDINA }
assortment: of Solid and Rolled I II.
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TEWEL: : Lit-r:: I ,
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Ladies and Gentlemen's ., lid Jk "I
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Gold Silver Watches, r 9 I (! ."i. S. W. CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.

of.i, We have just received from the North and East an -
CLOCKS OF ALL HINDS,
RAND OCEAN STEAHEES.
., immense stock of .. 'r
Silver -Ware in Large Variety, : I

-SPECTACLES. .' '!.':.,;: II If! DRY GOODS : CLOTHING, ))1 :JPJ.C>: :R.XD.A.: EF&: : -VJCm.: I .

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REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT I
REASONABLE RATES. Hats Caps, Boots and Shoes, MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIPLINE 1 t
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No and in fact full line in of the I
Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. a every Department, SAILINGS. '
'EEhlII-W"EEKLY; : 1 j
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LATEST DESIGNS and able to ji
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WM. LAKE, fC'I' J ,. 6 I

I Centre Street. PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITIONP-} .., + 4;I

Fernandina,Nov.14,1885.WILLIAM .. :> :
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QOMMI ..SION MERCHANT, .:" before purchasing elsewhere. ; ,. .ry .'1.u
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Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber, i

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FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ..,'. : ,. ,. : .If .

Line .. Feruttudiua and New
This ban ;; no Transfers between
SEWING '. York,' offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
MACHINES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
The traveling public are offered the advantages of'a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, ,; MODE BRO'S: ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA For Sale at Manufacturers'PricesALSO :ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers: to all points on the ST.
JOHNS OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSITRAILROAD
.:: rtm for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
--"' PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
ATTA H" NTS of for every anv Sewing(description Machine and, m ii LEADERS OF LOWPR1C-E.S \!l\\,\\L LAKE WEIR.

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--- for ale. tR I THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For

: Olet Machines repaired at moderate +I. I freight,passage rates and schedules or further information, apply to
prices. K. W. :SOUTIIHriCK[ :, Agent,

HENRY HOBEIN, FERNANDIXA, FLORIDA..
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C. H. MALLORY & CO., ,
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3 Collector of Rerttin'linn\irry\ Haynes, -R. M. Witherspoon, .Madison. ; .. o
United States OUIccrs., Starke.' *r Sheriff's Sale. Pills
Superititendtnt of School*-J. L. Hill, Lake Sheriff S. A. Parramore,':Madison. -
I.AND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. and by virtue of an execution is- ..,
Bu' r. Madison UNDER 6"' =... tj;: ,
' Gainesville. t.'lN'k-John M.Beggs| of he Circuit .....
iicgutcr-L. A. Barnes, Court. Fourth, -() ..
BREVARIU'NTV.. of = S'o .4 Q
'Receive/--John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Superintendent .schoolSamuel J. Perry, Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, ._ --. UJ -
.f Surveyor-General F. McClelUn. County.JudgeJamecVrory, City Madison. in a'suit:in said Court',determined l, wherein =--0;j cr.n
Point. County Treasure'-S. S. Smith'Madison.Collector P. I. Courier is plnintitr and Clarence N. : Qo'0 = .

DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. of R 'C1Hte-H. Wadsworth, Brewster defendant,and Gt"OftcHcnry garnishee -''' :..:.. "

Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff M. E. English. TUusville. .Madison. 1+ ; I have levied upon ;iinl l will sell at -n-o_.::_... "__
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.r Jl1rlflj./fl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collecturof Rtt'c/me-J. F. IIeedTittisville.Superintendent : ;\J.-\I\iTEE COUNTY. public auction in front of the, Court-house' ::--j; O-rw
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. of Schools-John II. Laws ; :) c =r2a!:, O
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in the of
'. County Judge-John G. Webb,Manatee. city Fernandina..on.3lonclay the = ;: ::j
INTERNAL REVENUE., City Point.. Clerk-Robert S, Griffith Manatee. 4th day January, A. D. IfeftG, all the right, 00-0.; ..H

, Collector S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. CALHOUN. ". Shertf-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. title and interest which George Henry hail, .t_.:. .."::;rn ::=

I COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge-William Clark. Collector of Retcnue-Henry E. Carlton, on the :27th day of May, 1882, or at any time :o.:::.TWA; < A: tp'N:-:::. :: .-.-..
W. Howell Fernandina. CI.erk-James S. Fannin.i '" .Fo thereafter in and to Lot one((1)),Section fourteen o: o = o ;=.c=

i John Edwin llii Jacksonville., Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent(of SC'/ools-Pelix J. Seward, (14)). Township two ((2)), North. Range ._;! .....= :: ...:.
.I" John F. House gins,, St. Augustine. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.' Pine Level., I IMLIElON i twenty-eight ((2v ) East; containing fifty-four fA 00.. :Co: ;:;: t94
1- Collector of Revenue:-Joel P. Atkins. COUNTY. acres Z 9D' -5 I
Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well. Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. t32.dg.53Kr32.2p;
:rf State Olliccr County Judge-J.,H. Williams, Ocala. ; J, A: ELLEIDL\ S. Sheriff. : 'osca.cr ('
rfi CLAY COUNTY: Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Fernandina, Fla., Deceneber'3d,1885.Sheri1I : :; 3 ;-: iOI' \
.H, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange -1t'f'ilT--B. T. illiams, Ocala. Q: :) O ;: -- :: V ao

t r1; Governor-EJward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Retcuve- "0. P. Trailtham, s Sale.U'XDElt .;! yyCJ
' LiedcndntGOlcmorIi1wn II. Mabry ,Clerk-G. N. Bardin. Green Cove Spring. Ocala. o '
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execution ,
and<< by virtue of an ;- O l
Leesburg. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent fif;r Schools-M. .L. Payne, out of the Circuit Court, Fourth .0 -_ n xEQ
of State-John I.. Crawford Tal- Springs.Collector. Fort McCoy : OrlJ'JO.w
Secretary Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau County,
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lahassee. of Rez'elUieJ..Wilson. Green )MOXUOE./ (COUNTY. in a suit determined wherein E. E. S. ad- ..-..., <.t.!. -.y-..< .....

' Jmptroller-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools. -Geo. W. Hall. County Judge-t'has. S. Baron, KeyWest. leigh Administratrix of the -estate of Win- ..o.... .f..:O.=:. 0 :.:..:.: Q

Treasurer E..S. Cr1l.AttorneyGenertdC McRae. Clerk-Peter Kuight. Key West. born A. Sanborn, deceased, is plaintiff and ...... .-:...: -- 0.1 ,
)f. Cooper, Tallhaassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff GeorgeJA. Den\.erritt, Key West. Frank Foster and Joseph Longwood defendants :::::. g K- -...

County Judge" M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector olllerentle.51ason S. Moreno, ,I have levied upon and will sell at I |... 0 .ioo'.
i Commissioner of Lands -C. L. Mitchell. i Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.SlierV. Key West. public aution ill front of the Court-house in 7a -0::-rtIenh I':): ;"r.

Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J.I I 1'. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key the city of Fernandina. on the first Monday O g ci Z

'.. Russell: Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. in January, A. 1) 1886 being the 4th day of 7:> .av., n'. =" -PHi 0I'

\ Adjutant.General-David Lang. Superintendent of Scholshemelrl, NASSAC COUNTY. aid month, a steam pile driver levied upon :! .M.J-.. ": ....
Lake as the of Foster and ::" :: :_;I.
SUPREME COURT. City. property Longwood. :;I 0 -
Comity Judge-Hinton. J. Baker Fernan- Terms cash C01' -::-
I Chief Justice.-Goo. G. McWhorter. DADE. dinu. purchaser paying for title.J. :. :> 0

Associate Justice-George P.,Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. IIe 'ser. Clerk-J. A. :Edwards, Fernandina. A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff.Fernandina Z"-::'.moo-03.......UJ m
ha..C\See. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Fla., December 3d, 188;). _0 .;::. wV
Slterijf-John A: Ellermann, Fernandina. u._ -
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Associate Justice-H. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Wm. M. ,Mettaur. Assessor of Tare.W m. H. Garland, Fer- In Justice Court. -. 10c.c O.: ... ......
Jacksonville.Clerk Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. ".:.:'.. .-... _en.:: ..-. m
i.c -D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of.llet'emte-'Yarrcl1 F. Scott Fer STATE OF FLORIDA, NASSAU C HXTY. ': :: ';""Z
To J//v. Jfarlha Schuyler find Geo. IP. Schuyler -
CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. ,,

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

:acola. sonville. Evergreen. : has been issued against you, and ..
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Second Circuit David S. Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County 'freasuree-Gustav' Stark, Fernan your property ,attached to satisfy the de- .. : ;
I' Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. :' mand of W. B. C. Duryee,. amounting to t '.'

:t f see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. / Assessor. of Tares--Daniel I'. 'Smith:; : .Tack- ; ORAGE. COUNTY. i JI ji j $70.13. Now unless you shall appear before .' :': j i ir ;

n Fourth Clfca.lt-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Jndin1-J. L. Bryan, Orlando W. F. Livingstqn, a justice of the Peace ,in i' i C ''," "'I.

ville. Collector of Rct'cnttc-oes J. Brown, Clerk-Tint*. J. Shine Orlando. I and for said county sit his office at Fernan- : /i r .f ..1 D "

t Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue. -F. T. Hardernan, Or I dina. on the first Monday February: ,A. D. I .
'ville. Superintendent Schools-William H. Ha h- lando.Superintendent. 1886, at 10 o'clock in the morning,judgment :" :, :,!

Sixth Circuit II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. "cock, Jacksonville. of ScllOll..Tolm; T. Becks, will be rendered against:. you, and your property

Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, San ford.Cuurt KSCAM11U. Orlando.Stnreyof. sold to pay the debt. ,. t ,....,
-J. 0. Fries, Orlando.Tiensurtr Dated this 2d day of December A.D.1885. ").' ,
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Calendar, County Judge Walter Tate. -C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. II. BAKER, .','1 !,-.L wit ,;. .
Clerk-V. E. de la Ru:!. .: deco; 8w Plaintiffs Attorney. .' ';:. ; f <, '
FIRST CIRCUIT. Sheriff Joseph AVilkins. POLK.Comity .' r ,'.,; ..
.. Fill Tum- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Judge-J. A. Former. SherilPs Sale.UNDER ,;:f' ': \ : ;d:. ytyl, ,.i '
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Santa Jlosa, 2J Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-flannel Palme-> Clerk-S. J. Pearce. .,.','I'., ,, \. ",
and virtue of
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N..15. Cook, Sheriff W. II. Jonson. by an execution ., '
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday 'l'llslIrCl'-F. F. Beville. ont of the Circuit Court Fourth :'.'>, /: <,:, ,\. ...
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in October. FRANKLIN.Cuunlg.TadgeRobert Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, ; .
(.vllcctm'.of llel'elwe-J. D. Til IK : ,
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Washington, 2d Mondayafter 4th MondayIn G. Baker. I in asuit determined, wherein Joseph C. Read ;; '", -
Superintendent of Be/wols-John Snoddy.< Atkins. plaintiff and John O'Donald defendant I : \
October. Clerk-J. A. '. f.'f
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Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. have levied upon and will sell at public auc- .,. '' "". ,"'"-t:<, ." ,o",.', \
tion in front of the Courthouse in the "- ,,:: ', '
October.1 Treasurer-R. II. Porter. Judge of ProlateT.8.. Houghton, Palatka. city '. '
Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Ilcvcnnc-George A. Pat ton. Clerk-VT.:F. Forward, Palatka. of I ''' :1;.

This act amended section 2 of act of :Feb- Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. nary, A. D. 18bG::; being the 4th day of said : '; '' [;.

ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Ret'C1Ule-Joseph Price. month the east ballot the northeast quarterof ,, ', ? ,
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i northeast quarter of Section CO, Township : !; ,_
: Spring:; Term. Superintendent Public Scfiools-A J. \\ ood, "
THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. ., Palatka. :2, North Range 25 Fast,amt Lots 7 and 8 in : fi : '
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Spring Term- Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. I TAYLOR COUNTY. Block G. city of Cullahan. Also, one and a : : f ;.; ;"

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday inpril. Sheriff"' Thomas Mitchell 'r half acres of land, situated lying and being ,
Treasurer-A. W. Smith. 1 'County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry.
.\ in the city of Callahan, and described as follows -
Madison 2d Monday in April. Collector of JCt"ClUU-U.r. Morgan Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. : Commencing at a stake, said stake
; Schools-C. E. L. Clerk-John Calhoun, Perry.Superintendetit ,
Hamilton 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Allison being the southeast., corner of lands owned
TIlE FLORIDA yf
-1 t'of Schools T. J'Faulkner.' ':
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin HAMILTON COUNTY. by the Trustees of the Free School and running -
Perry. v west along the line of said school land
April.Columbia 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton Perry. and hinds belonging to John O'Donald, rilOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
I' Clerk J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County SItl''c.l/or-D. N. Cox, Perry. which bounds said lands on the north, two ;

Lafayette April. Cth Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Rct.'entle-J. B. Hardce Perry. hundred, and ten feet to a stake; thence
: April. Collector of lltterme-John H. Lee. SANTA KOSA.Count' south along the line of lands belonging to Fcruaudiiia,

Fatt TermTavlor Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, Judge-John Chain. John 0 Donald. which bound it on the

1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. Clerk-/ R. R. Sh pard. vest thfl'C hundred and fifteen feet to a Towns on I*. It. Uiie.
If I October. IIERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. stake ; thence east along the line of lands
in October. G. V. Brooksville. belonging to John Booth which bounds it And Cedar li.-,*.
; Madison, 2d Monday County Judge- Ramsey, Collector of Rrte1Iue-'V. J. Williams.
1 Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. on the south two hundred and ten feet to a

Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th :Mondayin Sheriff-J. A. Jennings, Brook.';yille. ST. JOII 'S COUNTY. stake, this line being parallel to the first line;
i October. Collector of Ret.'enue-JnoE.King, Lecanto. thence north along the lands belonging to
I 4th Brooks- County Jlgc-I. R.: Cooper, St. Augus- Jehu Booth, which hounds it on the east
Columbia, 3d Monday after Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
October. xille. tine. three hundred and fifteen feet to place of
after 4th W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. beginning. This line is parallel to the second
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday Mondayin Superintendent of Schools number of the moat eligible and desirable
Hernandez
St.
Ramon
I October. Floral City. Sheriff Augustine line.
FOURTII CIRCUIT Collector of Rez'enue-Joseph F. Llambias, Terms cash. purchaser paying for title.J. .
" HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
Spring Term- Augustine. A.ELLERMANN, Sheriff.
f St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools Peter Arnau, Fernandina Fla., December 3d, 1885.) City or Suburban Residences,

Tf Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens Tampa. St. Augustine.
'. Bradford, Iht Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. In the Circuit Court

liakcr, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-' J. Martin.IIOLMES. County Judgc-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU:; UPON EASY TERMS.

Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
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I Duval, ht Tuesday in May. County Judge-A. II. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. I, Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

t '. Kill Term- Clerk-T. II. Pitman. Collector of Ret'elUte-I. N. Withers, Lees- THOMAS JI'\l>DOCK )
, St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff{ -Thomas N. Ellis. burg. vs. } Order. parties: engaged in manufacturing or imlu -
i Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Superintendent oj Schools-C. F. Venable, MARY HADDOCK. x

{ Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. Sum terville. It appearing from the affidavit filed in rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop

Baker; 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitncll Curry. SUWANEE .COUNTY. said cause that the defendant, Mary Haddock -
4' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Tuzg-l.I. W. Phillips, Live Oak. is now in the State of Georgia and in erty purchased, .substantial improvements
! .' Duval 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. Clcrk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. the county of Camden, as defendant believes
F. Baltzell. and'that she. is over the of for residence in which to conduct their
f. FIFTII CIRCUIT. County Judge-George Sheriff{ John R. Sessions, Live Oak., age twentyone or
t Spring Term.-., t.7erk-Frank Philips. Collector of net'enue-Wilson H. Sessions:; years ; now, therefore is ordered that
:. Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. said defendant, Mary Haddock, be requiredto business.

I.: Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A."W. Mizzell, answer or demur to,the bill of complainant
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday,in Collector of llcl'el1tle-John B. Anderson. Wei born. filed in said cause on or before the first INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS :

. '', .' March. "."Superintendent, of Schools-Samuel Erwin., VOI.USI.COU TY. Monday in January, A. D. 188(;.

I _,. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. Cowity, James H. Chandler Enter Witness. John A. Edwards, Clerk of said by exemption'for a term of years, from
: ; ; Judge- ,
March. Court and the seal thereof, this '2d day of
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I r,,:;.",., .. Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff-D.County Ju.rlgc'V.:B..Bird B., Monticello.Lamar, Monticello. prise.Clerk--II. J. Faulkner, Enterprise., December, A. J).JOHN 1885. ,A.. EDWARDS ,, taxation; ,offeraTby: <- ;Ithe! 'several cities and

:. in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. .Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. +
Clerk Circuit Court Nassau County,-:Fla. towns. ',
Apply
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Fall Term-
t"; .. S+Superintendent. Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia.. '" '.
CHAS.
LEWIS
11. ,' Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October*..*" ,.c ; :Monticello. nt'ofSclOo1s-D.' F. Fox, New W. ,
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. Marion 3d Tuesday in October.: "r
Fernandina.
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County Treasttrn--'V. )r. Girar eau, Mon Smyrna. \ -
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Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. -
x' ticello. WAKULLA, (;.NTY. ?- Office, t3ir.comer' \),
jZS Dnryee building (
.. 4th in November.Alachua ., up

i.v7, ,'", Levy November., 1st Tuesday Tuesday' ';/after 4th Tuesdayin ,ticello.Collector of Revenue-J. II. Tucker, Mon' Sheriff County Jrulge-R.S.Charles S. Smith.+lCrawfordville; .- m fJ t -- = tZUU. Centre and First street

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'.': SEVENTH CIRCUIT.- LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. Walker, Crawfordville.
g'', .I.am- / Superintendent of Schools-E.: Y... Watts, The ,Best In America
Spring JIU.1ge-T. T. New Newspaper ,
_: County Chessen Troy. Crawfordville. ,_ oqrr..j"<.;;'i'i tsSA.1C _; ',:'i. (.;1_.':..:, ,
4th Monday in "' \j- .e. .1 >, ; .m
; Orange, January. Sheriff-C. S. 'Veathenbr.ClerkNeal "
:( County Treosurer-'W. W. Walker, Craw-, ,and by far the Most;-Readable._
: Volusia 3d in February..'
i" Monday, A. McAlpin, New Troy. .
t... :, Brevard, 1st Monday,March Schools J.C. fordville. wanted to ,- -.i 1 'i. 1:1.f l- / ,:'::;.;} "
: Superintendent Agents J
: RamsevNew Collector of llt.'l.'Clt1te-J. J. Pearce, Craw' everywhere earn / >" ''-:>:: ', J.f : >, '.'
i: Dade 3d in '' "
f;;( fall Term-, Monday April., Troy. fordville. : ; money In ,distributing: the; Sun's Pre- ; ;; : : '
County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New .fj---y: < Kt f'- :

F Orange 2J Monday, in August. Troy. WALTON. miums. .')}q.,. ;:::
;';,:', Volusia, 2d Monday'jn September ,Coller.torof Refenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel M Leo'si'I( ; The : lI'Wi. 'H' F"
$; ... Brevard.4th Monday September. Assessor of Taxes-: C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. :McLeod. '.' i most Interesting and advanta- ',":':''.:.'''.,fl-F' ., ; Jf.'tl't: .1'f...
::.: Dade, 2d Monday in November. Sheri f John C. McSween. geous offers ever made by any News- /) ; ( :,': : : :
...I'' LEON COUNTY. A 3 ,4s ; : :
"-" ,'" Treasurer James E. Bowers. :
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*:'::,,'" County OHIccrsT ,--. County Judge:.:E. M. West, Tallahassee. Collector of Rez'e1we-'V. B. McLeod. -paper. mT' {), ,:,;,,;'u ft1{>

"-:_' ..' AIACnCA. Sheriff John :A._ Pearce, Tallahassee. Superintendent of;Schools-C. C. Gunn.. No Subscriber ignored or neglected. I: :.,'. ....'*. om, __;:-..,,s.. ''_. '/: :_, ,' ". ,t hac';
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Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. --- .. .'.'1'.. .9. -- ".
WASHINGTON. for "
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*. CountiJudge-Jnnius C. Gardner. Gaines, Superintendent of School-'Henry: Felkel Something """ ..:", :\",,,,:1'-'i''I' '':';''- <' .
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Wm. B. Jones.
County Judge
ville. Tallahassee. Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in 'r "
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. .- Trea.'furcr-.T. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D. D. Melvin.SheriffS. .... .- Standard Gold and other Watches/Valuable Tnr' ii It '" ',':, J .
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W. Davis.Treasurer .' : :. .:
S, ri1r-s. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce Talla- Books the Beat "- iT *iy : '.,
Revenue H.C. Denton Gainesr -Thomas J. Miller., *j Family Sewing: Machine 'i;t'4> ttt {.'ir..1'.l, {'
lr.ctorlJ hassee.
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and '
ville.Superintendent. Collector of'Revenue-John Roche. ,. unequaled list Yf' .

( of Schools-" N. Sheats, Clerk-J. )I. Barco LEVY ,COUNTY.Bronson. Superintendent ofScJtools-Henry:Bush. of objects of real utility,and instruction. ",... i: w..J.1.v..f' .Jlff!!<", ;_r14--t"-!- ::,.: ,,"," ,,' .' W}'"''',,.

i1.I it:,",: Gainesville. BARER COUNTY. Steriff{ W. II.'Bigham, Bronson. Rates, by Mall-, Postpaid: 1 }_J; !(:} .', 1
Collector of Revenue W. H. Anderson, Notice for Final Discharge. ,
County Judge -T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar<< Key.Superintendent. .' DAILY, per'Year(without Sunday) 56 00 i ns' z! '' '-' '' .. <'"
I;n:;, Clerk-V. J. Pons, Sr. Sanderson. of Schools-Jus. P. DePass: MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST DAILY, psr Monthwithontsnnday( ) 50 .',,:,,/:'P' '!-',,..V> -''f:' 'r., :
J. ""W. Vanbuskirk Sanderson. publication of this notice I will present SUNDAY Year ,I '
Sheriff Bronson. per 100 ';'.: :, ::-' ;': ''' ,.'- .
i tothe'Hon. H. J. Baker Judge of Probatefor FOR EVERY DAY l IN THE YEAR .7 00 ; .1-"" ; ;
San-i, LIBERTY. Nassau county,' my final actounts'aml WEEKLY, per Year !100 ', : ,::. -: i ;;;;r; ,;.
.. County Judge-U. F. Hosford.
i;'. Superintendent of Schools-',m. LesseneSanderson. ,vouchers as executor of the estate of
j 1 Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for a lddress, TITS SUN, New Tork City.THE" \

.I Sheriff-D. G. Harrell. ,, final discharge. .
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BRADFORD COUNTY.County t
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Treasurer-J. E. Roberts Al-ELLERMANN MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING
J/Llgc-J. R. Richard Lake Butler. I Collector send for Select list o<
' I of Rct'entle-L. G. Wilder. our
Executor. is rioted for the artistic niannerin ADVERTISERS
F. York Lake Butler I Goo. P. lowest t Co.
Cltrk-IIenr Superintendent of Schools .T.J.
, Gregory. Fernandina, Fla.pri14, ISSo. 6m which it executes all kinds of Printing. 10 Spruce Street,New York.

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JANUARY SO, 18 Hi. .

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SEA-ISLAND11OUTEJ I NOTICE. OF REMOVAL.R. I Notice .of 'Incorporation. Savannah, Florida &W.estern'R'y.. Ar. Interlachen! .-.......... G.lOa( in 4.0G p in-

I Ar.: J,.T & K W June.:..7.30am .4.55pm

I G.' McQUITTY THE UNDERSIGNED UEREnGIY} :WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 5.10 p in'
I II| MERCHANT TAILOR of the formation; of Ar. Jacksonville........,. 1.22pm 7.12pm
THE KEY LINE STEAMER, i THE EAST GEORGIA FLORIDA RAIL- All trains of this road a reran by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE;
:, Has removed his business to the rooms over ((90th) Meridian: time, which w 33 minutes
Meddaugh's J.rocerY.8tore, on ,Centre street. ROAD COMPANY:: slower than Jacksonville time.ON For Ocala, Leesburg-... ............\ Fast Mail
w He has received assortment of seasonable For Pemberton's Ferry ............ >
an
i! for for the purpose of.constructing, maintaining J.'or.stor....................". ............J 11.45 a m
1 goods make them gentlemen's suit wear:all, and is prepared and operating a railroad for public use and after SundayMay' 3d, 1, 3.), For PaInt ka.............: ) Ex. Sun ......_......
to to tastes in the
: bestst'le. up in the conveyance of persons; and property follows Passenger Trains will- leave and arriveas For Jacksonville..:...}[.. ........... ......_......
from the St."Mary's River, at or'nearly opposite : For St. Augustine.... 3.00am 2.05pm
.iSi? Repairing neatly done. the City of St. Mary's, Georgia, to the NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
Fernaudina. Fla., July 12, l84. of Jacksonville, Florida by the most Leave Jacksonville TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.
City daily at.......... 7:30 a m
ST. NICHOLAS, direct and practicable 'route through the Arrive! Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............ ") Fast Mail

i J. .A. RYDER Counties. of Nassau and Duval,"Florida Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............ } ......?... ..
C.U'TAI M. USIXA, MASTER.IECEITL1 ; W.. T..DILL, Arrive at Waycross daily at.......:...10:00 a m From Ocala ................. ............ j 3.05pm
-PRACTICAL- II. S. MORSE Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 p m From palatka......,.... ") Ex. Sun. ...:...:...... t

BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHTCORNER ''.. W. E. KAY, Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... > ......_...... ......_...... 1'
I A. II. COX. Arrive at Chattahoochee From St.Augustine..J 9.30pm 12.45pm .
daily at... 3:50 p m i iSTEAMER
; FITTED) UP I IS APPLE-PIE ORDER
C. P.
I BROOME AND SECOND STS.WE : GOODYEAR. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:0.3: p ni A. J. LANE. ',

i I "_ Jacksonville, Fla., September 17,1SS5: Arrive Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta- i
; Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45
ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO a m tula! etc.: ..

PLYING regularly between Fernandina I I r and all. work entrusted to our lilanltets and House Furnishing Connecting: at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg; ...........................10 30 a in
Savannah the
upon following j jMihedule 1 care promptly. Ship and S w-3liil ,Work cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Lee bur-j: ..................... 4.45pm
,, carefully Done at reasonable rates. WoodWork Goods- at New York prices, at cola. Mobile New Orleans, Texas, all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomneld onlyafternoon -
LEAVE FERXANDINA every Monday, in all of its branches at living prices PAUL FITXKE'S DRY Goons EMPORIUM. :Mississippi: points. Passengers for Bruns- trip : .

Wednesday and Saturday, p. m., upon arrival i and at short notice.ItoryeShoeing. --- -, wick' take this train, arriving at Brunswick Leaves Let burg........................... '5.20 p lit
of evening trains arriving at Savuiumli : via B. & W. It. It. at 7.40 p. m.
the following; morning; a Specially.f RAILROADS. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
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LEAVE SAVANNAH every Sunday h--."-." train, Savannah to Pensacola
: : Furniture (>repainted, stainedor ; Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .
Tu'day and Thursday, p. m., and reaching varnished. Wire Safes made to order at and New Orleans.
Keriiamlina the following morning*.- i short notice.. Florida Railway & Navigation Co Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Palatka. with Jacksonville, Tampa &
Connections at Savannah with all rail i A share of the"public patronage solicited. I to Cincinnati via Jesup. Key West Railway and fast river steamers
and with Ocean and Boston I i for'St. Augustine, Green Cove Jack-
lines, Steamship j l Respectfully, Pullman Palace Sleeping; Cars Jacksonville Spring,
Savannah vessels to and from New York I J. A. RYDER. i to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST sonville, and all points North, East and
and Boston and at Fernandina with trains II i j I- THE KEY LINEr West, and with up-river steamers for South .

for all Florida points.A. I CURTIS cV:' ,CO. ; MAIL. Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron )
o. MACDONELL, EMBRACING THE WESTERN, CENTRAL AND Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship 1

Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., EAL ESTATE AGENTS, SOUTHERN DIVISIONS. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:00: m "City of Monticello," for Charleston, New '

Fernandina Fla. Leave: Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m York Boston, Philadelphia etc.
J U.) 1:. MAXWELL, ST. MARY'S.. GEORGIA l' ,Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m :Mail: trains make close connection both
General Superintendent, CE':1'n.\I. .(.'JOTH MERIDIAN) TIME. ONE HOUR Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West

Fernandina, Fid. Loans procured, Mortgages negotiated.ex-; SLOWER THAN WASHINGTON, D. C. Arrive at Waycross daily. at.......... 5:05 p m Railway,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast I

I changes; effected. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ G:38 p m Line1'astIail.:: I
-- "" :Mill: Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 # Arrive at Savannah 'daily at*....... 8:25 p m At Wait's Crossing, with Florida Railway

USE : acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 SCHEDULE IX EFFECT .J.\X.I0: ISSG., Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
I acres for sale. Arriveat Washington., daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville with Savannah, Florida &

I X. B.-"St. Mary's having been selected -- Arrive at,New York daily at......... 8:00 a m, Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savan- i
C. WOOLSEY'S ,I as the terminus of the At.Iantic&Iississippi:: 'Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars nah, New Orleans and all points North.
; Canal (under the survey made for Govern- Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Savannah to New York without change.EAST I East and West ; and with Florida Railway

1 I ment by General Gillmore), charters for the "a" means A. M. time. "p"\meansP.r.r.timc.\ : FLORIDA EXPRESS. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key. 1 d
construction of which having been granted Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa. mAt
.JERSEY CITY I I by the United States Government and the Read down. Read up Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:20 p m Ocala with Florida Railway & :Navigation 1

Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large 7.30 a "S Lv Jacksonville..........Ar 'H 8.40 p Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m Company, and hacks for Silver
increase in the value of lands 8.14 a g Lv Baldwin......_;.......Ar jjf 7.53 p Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p mI I Spring.
J 1 adjacent maybe 9 41 aS Lv Lake City_ ..:.;......Ar v 6.13 p ;Leave Gainesville daily at...... ...... 6.00
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p At
WHITE: : LEAD confidenth.looked for. (See New York 10.36 a o2 Lv Live Oak..Ar-5 5.14 Leesburg, with the St. Johns & Lake t
j Sun,27-3-83.* 11.14 a So Lv Madison........ .......Ar ga 3.53 p p Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55pm Eustis Division of the Florida 'iSouthern
12.15 p =-3 LvMonticello.............Ar > g 2.10 p Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm Railway, and boats on Lake Harris for
I - ---- ----- 2.12 p 5 2 Lv Tallahassee............Ar g ::: 1.15 p Arrive Waycross daily at..10:55 p m points on lake.

-AND Post-Office Notice. 3.20 PJS:: Lv Qmncv.................Ar as-::: 12.01 p Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry with Hack Line
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4.00 p toAr:: River Junction.Lv; PO 11.20 a Arrive at Thomasville at......
7:15
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. daily a m for Brooksvilla Tuckertown Fort
4.55 p o 15 ArMarianna ........:.....Lv *-o- 10.49 a Dade
Sunday hours, 10:30: A. M. to 11:30 A. M. 7.00p 3 2 Ar DeFuniak Springs.Lv "g ;! 8AOa Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m Tampa, and South Florida.
READY-MIXED PAINTS :Money: Orders and Registered Letters from 10.35 p 'g.s Ar Pen acola..............Lv s-g 5.05 a Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m O. W. BROMWELL:: ,
8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. :M.! ; and from 2:00 p. M 3.10 a .::: : Ar Mobile.................Lv n 12.20 a Arrive! at :Macon daily! at............... 8:50 am General Pass.Agent.
: S-s New Orleans.........Lv
3:30 8.15a Ar r/3o 7.00p Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 m
to SHERMAN
III.AItRIVAL p CONANT
p. AND DEPARTURE OF TUB MAILS. 6.50 a .fn ::: Ar Montgomery..-........Lv 8 S: 8.40 p Arrive at Savannah dailvat.......... 6:20 a m General Manager., !
Ar Nashville.Lv 6.55
7.25
I Transit & ]>(Insular Railroad- 1.40 P a :..a..,:e:: Ar Evansville.............Lv ; 1.00 a a Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:45 p m

&&'"THEY ARE THE KEST/tBS Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 p. M.:! 8.00 a ; Ar St.Louis..........._...Lv o ?, 7.15 p Arrive Washington daily..10:30 a m
Bring mails from the North, the ]. 2.20 a.w c Ar Louisville..........._Lv fty 1.00 a Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide. f
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Ar Cincinnati Lv :
I 6.35 a G 3 8.4. II
Gulf cat Transit and Peninsu- : Pullman Buffet and Cars via
;, : 9.45' a5 Ar Indianapolis .........Lv 3.50 p Sleeping !
i I lar railroad, 10.55 a y Ar Chicago .........-......-Lv o 73.4> p Waycross and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading;
I ALSOMINE: : i Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 A. M.i at Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of infor-
Through Tickets on sale all offices.
coupon mation to the traveling public. To be relia-
i Takes mails for the North, the Baggage checked through. Connections at Atlanta with Western and ;f
Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia and ble, it should be correct. ,The managers of

All Shades 50 CENTS Pack roads.Leesburg<< Georgia Railroads for all points West and the different railroad and steamer lines will

per train arrives daily] ......... 8:40 A. M.:! Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
Central and Southern Divisions-Quick LineN by notifying us of changes made in the
age of Five Pounds. Brings Western mail only. Pullman Palace Sleeping; Cars Jacksonville running -
Feinanama & Jacksonville: Railroad rth and East. to Louisville via Thomasville. time, when they will be promptly cor

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

FOR PALE ATL. I John's river mails. said of no other Line. Orleans amt Texas points and.the West and TRANSIT &: PENINSULAR R. tLP o.tD. t
,. J,Closes daily.except Sunday.....;....10jll.\II.':! The most < i Sunday flailJacksonville and West. 'The Quickest Possible Time, the most Railroad of Georgia for all points West and Day Passenger Train leatesForledarheandZVildnoodand- 1
]I: and St. John's River 'Elegant Accommodations! : ,and the Cheapest Rates. :Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway : (
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R. ARNOW'S j! arrives' .....................................10:2.1 A. :M.! Read do\\n. Read up. : for all] points North, with steamships Savannah all points on and Transit all 1..10.oo North a. m. .t
Northern mail arrives................. J:00 10.20 4.15) for'New York Boston and Baltimore. At points
: p. M. a p Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.00 a 3.55 p
... and West...............................10.00 a. in.
Jacksonville, St. John's Hh'erand 11.50 a G.10p ArCallnhan- ...Lv 7.50 a 2.30 p Charleston with steaYnships for New York.
Xo. 40 CENTRE STl mT. the North closes....................... 6:00.)1.. ]2. '()p 8.251) Lv Jacksonville.Ar 6.20 a 2.50 p Philadelphia Baltimore (connecting at Callahan:)
9.20 Ar Baldwin....... 5.25 2.00 For Tallahassee Pensacola and all
Jacksonville a.ul St. John's River l.lop p Lv a p Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail ,
<5 11.15 a LvWithlacoochee.Ar! 10.45 a11.3.a J.. points on the Florida Central &,
only, clones..... ....................... 4:00: "p. 111.i' \* :, Lv St. Cathcrine..Ar 10.25 a g and Steamship connections, and Baggage
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Western Railroad ... .......... ..10.00 a. In.
SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. 12.25 a LvPana.soflkfe..Ar 9.35 a10.30 Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths .
GEORGE F. LEWIS, Ago .1. .........- a Lv Tampa ...........Ar 1.10 p............ and sections secured at Company's office inAstor's (connecting at Baldwin.)
I "\TrANTED: -Ladies to work for us at their own 1.45 a G.00p( Lv Orlando.........Ar S.50a 10.10 p Building, 84 Bay street and at Depot Day Passenger Train (arrives ,
\V homes. S7 to $10 week be 0.30: a 8.2. p LvTavares ...:.....Ar 5.45 a 8.25 p From Cedar Key Wildwood and
per can quietly Ticket Office, and on board People's ,
(i.5/i; 8.:>6 Lv Lecslmr<'......-Ar 5.0811 8.02
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NO CURE NO PAY i.hoto. pl1fntingno: canvassing. all the Transit Road... 3.55
}: full particulais, please address, at CrescentArt 7.24 a 9.401 Lv 1Vildwood......Ar 1.15 a. 9;> p Line Steamers II. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE points on p.in
{ Co., Boston Ma -.. Box 5170.ILLHEADS once 8.29: a 11.15)1 LvOeala.............Ar 3.00 a fi.25p and JENNIE L\NE. From Savannah anti all points in .
Money ivfimded find no questions! asked if ; 8.4Sa ......... Lv Silver Spring...Ar ......... G.OOl JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................. 3.55p.m.- .
.POI1.\SO.VS C'JIILLnndrJCVKK TOXIC' 9.46) a 12.45; n LvCitra,...............Ar 1.33 a 4.57 p General From Tallahassee. Pensacola. and :
fails to pun any case of CHILL AND FEVER, or l NOTE-HEADS. LET 1Ur.! 11 2.21 u Ar Waldo.....;....Lv 11.58 p a.35 p Passenger Agent. all the Florida Central !
ISH.IOUS! I'KVfcU. A specific for Chill and Fever.I tor-Heads, Cards etc., neatly printed G.40u Lv Cedar Key......Ar ......... ii.l0)l R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. points on
and preventive of Malarial troubles. Price J5OOn at the MIRROR office.I 8.30 a r Lv Bronson ..........Ar ......... :>.-19)1 & Western Railroad I ................ 3.55p.m. ;
(... For sale hy 1'EARCE & IIOUB.S: and I 9.11 a Lv Archer...........Ar ......... 5.1Rp Night Passenger Train leaves :
HOLT'S PJIAUMACV. Jacksonville, Ha. Send I - ------- ---- 10.05 a ......... Lv Gainesville..Ar ......... 4.2.)1 I Florida Southern Railway Co. "
f.irmuliirs I! FINE PRINTING SlvND YOUR For "Wildwood'........................... 5.00p.m. x
to JOHNSON A CO., Sole Proprietors FOR ll.OSa 2.t;) ii LvWaldf ...... ......Ar 11.50)1 3.25 p '
Momicello Fla. to the MIRROR oft '. .... .. I For Savannah and all points North .
c< 11.43: a :1.It a Lvfeturke ... .....Ar 11.10 p 2.53 p
12.05* p 3.48 a Lv Jawtey.\10.1-5 p 2.35 p ORANGE BELT ROUTE. and West........... ........... ......... 5.00 p.m.
__ H ___ ._,____. ___ ___ _. ____ 1.25 p 5.30 a Lv Baldwin-........Ar 8.5)1 1.25 p (connecting at Callahan.) .
2.22 p 7.30 a ArCallahan..........Lv 7.15; p 12.2511 com SOUTH.
8.45 p 1.25 p Ar Savannah.......Lv ......... 7.01 p Accoin. Fast Mail. Night Passenger Train arrives
10.!.') a ......... .Atlanta........ ...I." ......... 3.30 p Daily ex. Sun. Daily. From Cedar Key, Wildwood and j
6.50 a......... Ar Cincinnati........Lv ......... 8.47 p all points on the) Transit Road... ).t.j a. m. :
1.53: a ......... Ar Charleston-.. ..Lv 3.00 a Jacksonville, via From Savannah and all points in "
J. T. & K. W. R'y................... 7.45 a m
6.55 p ......... Ar Richmond ......Lv J? 10.49 a
the North and West................. 9.45
'1.36 p ......... Ar Washington......Lv 6.00 a J..,'. St. Augustine: via a.ni- :.
} 11.30: a ......... Ar Baltimore..Tx '1.10)1 St. John's Railway................. 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
I trffl I 4.40 a......... Ar }Philadelphia 12.20 p L,'. Palatka Fla. Sou'n 4.50; i.45 a IIIAr. .I all points on Florida Central & ;
::+ < f; 8.00 a......... Ar New York..... _Lv 9.00 p 1'm Western Railroad.................... 9.4."Ja. in.FERNANDINA -
.I nterlarhen............ (;.30 P Iii 10.50am :
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55; p m 11.31 a m : ,JACKSONVILLE R. R. "-

70a 2.50p ;Lv rernandina ......\r 11.20 a 6.3fip Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40pm) 12.00: n'n Train leaves daily except SundayFor I ':

H. B. AIKENS 8.45; a .t.jl "ArJaeksonville-.Lv: 9.45; a 5.10)1 Lv. Rochelle "............:. 9.05 p I.m 12.20 p m Jacksonville ......................... 7.20 a. m. ;

(SUNDAYS ONLY.) Ar. Gaines.i1Ic'U.30 a in 12.45; pm For Jacksonville ...................... 2.50 p. in. t
7.00 a 3.:30)1 Lv rernandina-.Ar 10.36 a G.5Gp: MIcanopy: .............12.50 a in 12.50 p m Train arrives daily, except Sunday-
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8.20 a 4.56 p Jacksonville..Lv 9.10 a 5.30 p Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p m From Jacksonville..11.00 a. m. It

,.Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a in 3.17.. p m From Jacksonville........?............ 0.30p.m.
ELEGANT SLEEI'IXG'D PARLOR CARS Ar. Leesburg.............. -I.00 a m ,)..J.r: ) p mLv. Sltnclfll0111,,- i t

HOUSE between and Jacksonville Orlando and and Jacksonville Orlando and and Montgomery New- Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm From Jacksonville ....................10.30 a. m. 1!
: AND SIGN PAINTER : Orleans. Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p_inLv. From Jacksonville ..................... G.SGp.m. 1
For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.
'ONNECTIONS; St. Johns I
:. -- ----- ---- : Leesburg, For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p. m.
At Silver Spring with Ocklawalia steamers for & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m i
Palatka and all landings; at St. Catherine with Ar. Fort :Mason: .......... ............ 4.45 p mLv. MALLORY LINE.. I

Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, Fort Mason........... ............ '4.55: pin For New York direct, every Wednesday !

with Brooksville steamers, Bartow for landings and Tampa on Lakes; at Leesburg' Harris, Ar..Altoona-............... ............ 5.30: p m and Saturday evening.; 1!

FERMPINA FLORIDA. Eustis and Griffin : at Tavares with Florida Ar. Astor..................... ]}ttily. 0.45 pm From New York direct every Tuesday ;
Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Orlando Lv. Fort Mason............10.00 a m 5.00 p m and Friday rveimr. at 3.00 p.m. ;
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with South Florida Railroad for all pointson Ar. Eustis....................10.10 a m 5.10 p m STEAMSHIP LINE. I
t FLORID
CHARLESTON
their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat Ar. Tavares_..............10.40 a m .5.:,0 p m
Company for hilt coast points,including Tarpon 5.45 For Jacksonville and Palatka, by City of I
Ar. Lane Park..11.00 a m p m
fpriugl1nI111'e, Tampa, etc. :Palatka or City Monticello:: every Mondayand ?
GOING NORTH. Thurs! y. From Charleston same days. I

MALLORY .STEAMSHIP LINE. hail;). Fast Mail. For Charleston: by same steamers, 'every

Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednesdays Daily.Lv. Sunday and Wednesday. From Paiatkaand I

and Saturdays at 5.10 p. m.,connecting with Astor .................... ............ 7.30 a m Jacksonville same days.CU'JIBERLAND.
the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sail- Lv. Lane Park.....:....... 3.30 p m 8.40 a m
ing benii-weekly for New York direct. ROUTE.
Lv. Altoona................. 8.50 a m t
HANGING SEA ISLAND'ROUTE. Ii''. Tavares.............. 3.50 in 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer,,for Brunswick :
PAPER KALSOMIHING I ? p ....... ................ :
Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and L\'. Eustis..'................. 4.20 p m 0.15 a m daily at .. 2.30p.m.
f Savannah, leaves Fernandina Mondays Wednesdays (connecting at Brunswick with
E and Saturdays, upon? arrival "of evening Ar. at Fort Mason from l:. T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand
trains arriving at Savannah the following morn- Lane.rark...........'..... 4.30 p,m 9.20 a mAr. Western points.) '.1
ing. Leave Savannah Sundays, Tuesdays and .
Fort :Mason: from
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SteamerThos.Collyerfrom Brunswick -
the .
Thursdays, reaching Fernandina fol --
lowing a. m.p.Connections in. at Savannah with all I Astor..u!................... -- 9.40 a m daily at....!......................12.15, 1'.In."

rail lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston .! L\, '.-Fort Mason........... 9.50 a m ST. MARTS RIVER. lC
and Savannah vessels!' to and from New York and Ar. Leesburg 1 ............... 10.35 a m .
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Boston, and at Fernandina; 'with .trains for all I -- 'Steamer Martha. leaves Centre street dock-
PAINTING OF ALL KINDS Florida joints. H.., Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 a m For St. :Marys: ai.d Crundall.Tuesday .

FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.. Ar. ,Leesburg............: 10-25 a ni and Friday ....................... 3.00 p.m
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Connections made at Fernandina every Sundayand i Ex.Sun. For St.. Miirys and Dungeness.on

l'OXE' AT Thursday with the Florida Steamship Company '1.L(. .burg............... C.30: p m 10.45' m.1r. Wednesday awl Saturday........ 2.00p.m.:
REASONABLE RATES IN A FIItSTCLASSIANNF.P.. for Cluirleoton. New York and Boston., '
AND \ South Lake Weir... 8.10pm 11.18am For St. ::\Iaranel King's Ferry,

BRUNSWICK AND INLAND; S. B. CO. :Ar. Ocala....................10.30 pm.2t p in :Monday and Thursday........... 8.00a.m.
Connects at Feniandina, daily, from and "to .Ar. Micanopy.-............ 2.45am 2.0opm Steamer Martha arrives''* .

Brunswick leaves and coast'point. Steamer. Thos.. Ar. Rochelle................. 3.35 a,m .2.3.3 p m, I I From St. Marys and Crandall, on

Collyer at 2.00 p. m.A.. O. MAcDONELI4 L\'. Rochelle............... 350 a m ,2.40 p m Monday :and Thursday............. 7.00 a. m.

SHOP LOCATED IN SWANN'S CONCRETE BUILDING 1 '. General Passenger. and Ticket Agent,' Jackxmville 'Ar.: Gainesville............. 4.20am .3.05pm From St.!':\lar\1 nnd Dungeness,

r,; 'J\'.. Fla. Lv, Gainesville............ 3.00 am".05 p m on Wednesday; and Saturday.....,9.00a.m
.. ... ..... ....... W. G.. COLEMAN.GeuTrd .' From St. and King's FernTuesday .
-- -- ,-.. .... ;: ,' Lv. Rochelle .......n-,"..... 4.00 a m _".F5 p m Mary's .
Jacksonville "
v. Agt., and ................ 2.00
Friday
IFCCT OF CENTRE 8TREET ." ,.:.. ..",, .. ,,";. D. E. MAXWELL;( 'n: Sup't., Fernnndina11j \. Ar.Wait's Crowing. ..... 4.40 a in 3.24 pm p.m

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ttw THE_u______.___."_.FLORIDA__.H.____._ MIRROR. The following The Fire are Department.the new officerselectof II Coasting "American Foreign I .o. Coasting American: American;: Foreign I :1 I I II EGMONT HOTEL' r '- '' -

: FERNANBINA FLA. f
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the Fernandina Fire Dapartment, electedat Foreignvessels ::: Foreignvessels
pf fi.OO A YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Coastingsteamers Americanvessels .:- Coastingsteamer : Americanvessels:
its last regular'meeting..
) vessels : vesselsAmerican: Seeds!
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f1j: : Reflections. Foreman-J.First Assistant Fred.-John Lohman.Smith. steamersdepart steamers :vessels, vesselscleared ::::. 'Jy7 steamer "vessels vesselsAmerican vessels NOWOPEN aa :,

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,, Second Assistant.-R. V. Schuyler. cleared clearedAmerican I :: "te: NDEB ENTIRELY' NEW MANAGEMENT.' i In papers or in bulk, at
Navigation Secretary-E. H. Buck. depart :- :cleared :: arrived arriveds : red t

O t'f with the usual regularity. Finance C.ommittee-Froo W. Hoyt and ( ::. :: stearrived sail: TOP!! : \ EWLYPAINTED AND THOROUGHLY FRED W. HOYT & CO'S
G.s: c" : : a ; : : JL renovated
: : : ", : 1 ; magnificently famished ;
The schooner Eleanor GariUon, and 76, are C.V.Hillyer. ..: p :' :. :.. .f'i, :.. sunlight in every room ; Gas, Oral Anun-
now on their way to this port with steel I .. "astwise reignastwise ..: :.. <.: ". ..: ciators, Hot and Cold Water Baths, Steam-
The Business of our Port. : : : : : : : heated
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t x S rails for the Florida Railway. &:; Navigation .: : :. :. .: :. :. :. WO open Fireplaces.UNSURPASSED
We publish in another column a detailed '
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Co. : : : : : : : : .
report of the tonnage of the Port of Fernan- : steai :sail: : .: : : : : *. CUISINE,
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r3 The steam Loando arrived in port .
yacht .
dina for the'year 1885, reported to the Boardof '. ." . ,
on Wednesday en route for the St. John. She : i : : : : : : : : H and complete comfort of gucsts'assured.A. .

!' a t had on board her owner, Lieutenant Bate- Lewis Trade, chairman, last Monday of the, Committee by Mr.. Chas. Sta-W. J- I ,....cCo.-I is. I II I ....Coo I- I o x. 'p M W: HASKINS, :Manager. Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran

t. i man, formerly of the Revenue Cutter, Geo.S. <3 pa K I
i tistics.It "' p

/r.# S. Boutwctt and a party of fwends. shows that 'during the year there ar- lu.>"."..N .J_ _t.t3 00 3.-a.-_ wr..+. p 9..1 0 roCn' BuildingMaterial.., mED FEED, nICE FLOUR, ETC.
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The Board of Trade meets at the office of ived at our port. eNo. = I

Major W. B. C. Duryee on Monday at noon. Foreign vessels...._.......................... 25. Tcninag 10,738 s] :;;CIt; &;:;; 7 HM BRICK, LIME, PLASTER, WHOLESALE AND

As it is probable the Constitution and ByLaws American sail vessels..................... 112 39,028 ..,....... .... '.... ..; a OV KETAIL.
: % will be presented by the Committee American steamships.................... 253 218,944 i -' .i P W N p 0 ,Z
1 i American coastwise steamships.......318 57,942 t(5; ( ;i21. o. 8 g + ;;; t2j: CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS,
c"; **wco 4 00(;It co
+yy for adoption, a full attendance is requested.
i r +1 Total......................._................ 708 326,652 ;l c",7... 'Q 1 Z hJ FRED W. HOYT & CO.
The Tourist House, under the able management OD-.J V W &S- co..1 l 9 l'I: SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,

1,, of Mr. Ellenwood and his estimable During the same period the clearanceswere .I" ... ....' .; aI !

wife, opens on Monday next for the accommodation : Kb. Tonnage 'jj '" l1JJ liii.3OOOS''J*.c"';5:;: .I.! ?Q xtiw a. PAINTS AND OILS. .

of the public. The house has Foreign vessels.............................. 23 10.314 S x
American vessels for .. 33 ;1 x FRED W. HOYT & Retailers of
:' 1i: been newly furnished and thoroughly reno- American sail vessels foreign, coastwise ports.:..... 89 29,498 10,283 OOl'OMIS to -> l'8 I :i co: I It3 CO. TobaccoCAN

S i X vated. American steamships....................... 253 218,944 '-I : y '0
American steamers_........................ 318 57,942 IS VOoN -- .. ; 0 -
President of the t'oe.w! ro. ::: 0N 1 > SAVE MONEY BV BUYING
Mr. W. F. Sylvester, gS; .111
Railroad Total...............................A......... 716 326,981 ttJtD.i .... -.J-.J-.J: =1 When You Paint
Ocala, Silver Spring and Gulf was : z hJc FROM US.
and left for the North I ,,N : iT COM'I.SI'I.M'-' 9 'I Oo ---
in the
city on Sunday Shipments front This Fort. tJ-cctJ..: ry...
Io9otI
ti ; rc.k on Monday. He wasdelightedwitliFernan-: During the week the r ': co ... H v rv USE THE BEST PAINTS. THE WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE OR FOUR.
past following ship- 00 c-.J w I c-.J. W'. oW .1
'' r; dina and its surroundings and the popular made from this 13 'Qo- ';I..i : }; H FIRMS IN THE STATE
ments were port via the New iU+Oi Ci+-.IJ> *'1 s ,f+i.1;;!;! W II. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTS THAT BUY

+t{ Egmont. York and the Charleston steamship.lines: 1

yt: Messrs. Samuel A. Swann, Fred W. Hoytand Per Mallory steamship State of Texas, for -sl t Cc" .... 1 PI 1 I wi trN p lj are acknowledged to be of superior quality, LORILLARD'S GOODS

J. II. Prescott, the committee of the ."' o
New York, Jan. 26-1,280 bales cotton, 4 e i--- 00 .0
Board of Trade left Tuesday for Washington o lol.'tg'oTiSC5OI4 N I";.. .o ::3 and will cover much more than cheaper DIRECT FROM; THE MANUFACTURERS
r on 1,93: packages, oranges, 180 cases cedar, 191 o-.J 00 : )) : -.... rp' ......
r{,+, r r to press the claims'of Cumberland logs cedar 75 barrels rosin, and 201 i
pack- and brands.
Z lighter Sold
at i and Harbor Committee ;1",.t,, Q I only by JSB-OET OUR QUOTATIONS.
Sound before the River ages merchandise. :; NO)i-t.:)l c 88,010s; : : ? 4' -

''i E&iI+gx a of Congress. Per Mallory steamship ,Carondelet, for lli" .rJ.:.... I'.,c" .... .oo.. .:0.:;: ,E I l'I: FRED W. HOYT & CO. FRED W. HOYT & CO.

The Egmont under its present popular New York, Jan. 27-:96 bales cotton, 600 8 }t g C), tot 8.l OO M '.=.' I -
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management is en ng golden opinions. packages oranges 234 logs cedar, 157 cases I' .: 11 I. .: ,Z .

rK'' '' b w There is probably no better, more comfortable cedar, 50 barrels rosin, 6 barrels] spirits, 66 I ; 0); ... w I ; tq co; I ? I ffl>

or better managed hotel in Florida, barrels fertilizers, and 25 packages mer- .... : I .... .O <
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A Fernandina at all times chandise.Per co:. 1.1... 8t::. ::: I '-'
which 8
j4. presents _c c;...).: '-; -.J C.r: 'CI> .Io9ot.-.. FRED W. HOTT & CO.
c: 'r, '4"I many pleasant attractions to visitors. Charleston steamship City of Monti- .1 ,
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y In another column will be found the advertisement cello, Jan. 27-2,150 boxes oranges, 84 bales N : H-CiCCtOS : rNatJ'P_ I '7 L'J

cotton, and 150 packages merchandise. .... .... '"
of Messrs. Smith & Carroll who
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., have opened a lOc. and 25c. bargain store in Per Charleston steamship City of Palatka, I .... 8.... g t-I .8 i. ".j3 :;-.J ....-....
: the old postoffice building on Second street. Jan. 29-],800 boxes oranges, 65 bales cotton, Io9ot rv FFFFF: U U RRRR NN X II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEE
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ate' r It is really surprising what a dime or a 37,barrels fish, and 426 packages merchan- ; I : I .0. W :F U UR RNN Nil T U U RItE

.... I' ... F U UR RNN Nil T U
TJ RItE
dise. 0
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of dollar will buy at their estab- I:) o ..
quarter a : ..oet.l. 1.1' .QOW. .
.. F U U It R N N Nil T U U R RE
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'' 4, lishment. g :. (O. ....... (O .CI> .1 .L..I.
t r'tII m Mrs. Grundy Says N OO t O -- FFFP U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEEF

Mr. Palmer, who is in charge of the Road- That there is consolation in knowing thatif ;l 1 I I I F U URRNNNIITU R R E
the Central Division of t OO IO Mi.i'w wN: .C71w :F U UR R N NNII T U UR REF
Department on
way it is cold here, it is a great deal colder
F U.1111 RN NNII T U R REF
#' the. Florida; Railway & Navigation Company north of N c.I: iz izI
us. I : UUU R It X NN II T
!; r t a C a V'of UUU R R EEEEE
under Mr. Bushnell, Chief Engineer That the spring crop of weddings is likelyto j SC OCJiCito*4 CO

1 it K and Master of Roadway, is hard at work relaying be affected by the loss of orange blossoms. 00 I ,,, N I I c!: ;: I I gj'I
N CJO P Ot I O
the track between Hart's Road and That there exists good cause for the remo- I .
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; 4;. Callahan with steel rails. val of the clerk of the weather, since he intends .f'3' I .!""...... ::9 I -i.N. I oO !

;: Among the many who have taken appartrnents ..; to allow "Winter to linger in the lap cogo-.J; Yr; I U; cogg OJtOtO; t .2 I"J .. Ware-Room on Centre Street, West of Secontf.

BjtjSHB: at the elegant Egmont Hotel for the I of Spring."

.'\ winter: may be mentioned, :Mr. and Mrs. I That the old saying, "When the days be- MARINE.

Theo. Saltus, of New York; Miss M. Jenkins I gin to lengthen, the cold begins to strengthen Port of:;Fernandlna.

| and sister :Miss Clayton Mrs. Dan'l ," proved true this season. HIGH WATER.

: C. Jackson, of Cincinnati, 0. ; Mr. and :Mrs. That the boy with his sling, the coloredman Saturday, Jan... SO........... 457: A. M. 4:50P. )C.
Sunday, 31.J.......... 5:21": 5:41"
W&m H. G. DeForest of New York ; Dr. J. John with his musket, and the sport who Monday, Feb. 1. ...........6:10: 6:29: ..
forth with his valet and does his shooting Tuesday .. 2............. 6:56": 7:16":
; goes Wednesday, 3.:..,........ 7:37: 7:58; .
Wilmington ; by proxy, are filling the air full of mis- Thursday, 4...........8:16: 8:37: 'I
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Friday, .8:53
siles and out of
.p..: ,+ ,M 3' A. D. Chappell, of Eau Claire, Wis. ; and J. frightening our songsters ENTERED. w wI

rf t } ; I. Leech and family, of Cambria, Penn. their wits. Steam-packet Thos.!! Collyer,Dil wood. from Bruns-
That the time when candi- wick, Georgia, daily. I
approaches ye
i The schooner Standard, loaded with rail- Steam-packet St. Meholas, Usina, from Savannah
date shaketh :ye voter gently by :ye hand Monday, Wednesday and Friday freight I
;, road iron for the Florida Railway and Navi- ; WHITNER & SCHDYLER
and enquireth after his health. and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. & N.)
gation Company, arrived here last Saturdayin I Jan. 23-Steamship State of Texas, Williams, from
That she feels] quite sure that there could New York; freight and passengers, to
distress, having passed through a severe
i be no improvement in our present city administration i 11. W. Southwick, agent. I II
"t gale and sustained considerable damage. Jan. Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for CONSTANTLY MAKE ADDITIONS TO THEIR STOCK OF II
; New York; freight and passengers, by
The captain filed his protest and Major W.
Southwick I
R. W.
agent.
That this fact is advanced
tS ,I 1 B. C. Duryee, Capt. II. W. King and H. H. by some as a Jan. Steamship City of Pafatka, Vogel, from

:. Linville, Esq., surveyed the vessel and cargo. sufficient reason for a change. tr Charleston' ; to W.Monticello O. Jeffreys, agent.McKee,
21-Steamship 'City'of
That it would to the resi- AND FANCY GR GERIE
y Mr. Thos. S. Eells, the agent for the underwriters seem strange from Palatka; freight and passengers, Mil
: dents of this city to have a Council who to W. O. Jeffreys agent. '
,n{ i arrived in this city and gave the Jan. 29-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, I
would] put their ordinances into effect.
from Charleston freight and passen-
captain the necessary papers todi schargehis ;
That a wise Council and an uncompromising gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. I -AND- I
cargo. 29-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from .
exeutive could correct many: evils Palatka freight and passengers, to I
r ;, The schooner W. H. Stewart, which arrived that are now. allowed; W. 0. Jeffreys; agent. TABLE DELICACIES i
in this port on the inst., left Schooner Wm. II. Stewart. Brown, Perth
? That shooting in the city limits could be Amboy; iron, to the Key Line (F. R. & I
R' r xri Perth Amboy on December 30th. Early iu N. Co.)
stopped; IMPORTED VEGETABLES IN GLASS I
,
the the captain became seriously ill, CLEARED.
voyage, That the universal carrying of concealed] Steam-packet Thos.! ''Collyer, Dilwood, for. Brunswick -
and the schooner had to put into Hampton could be Georgia, daily. DOMESTIC VEGETABLES: : IN GLASS, 1 1I.
Roads where she remained during the weapons prevented. Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah S I
gale, IMPORTED FRUITS IN GLASS, I Ij
ss ,t t That lawlessness on the public streets Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight I.
in which the steamship City of Nassau is and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.)
could be lessened; Jan._SteamshipState of Texas, Williams, for j DOMESTIC FRUITS IN 'GLASS, .
to have been lost. Meanwhile
supposed That boys would not be ,allowed to carry New York: freight and passengers, by _
Capt. Brown, her present commander, who R. W. Southwick, agent. IMPORTED SOUPS IN GLASS,
ly '' slings and use them in shooting birds, Jan. Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from
tI Jt had been for had arrived, and
telegraphed breaking window glass and doing mischief New York; freight and passengers, to ,
he brought the vessel to this port. She car- R. W. Southwick; agent. I
.generally; Steamship; City of Palatka, Vogel, for --T NO. 47 CENTRE STREET j----
s : ried 825 tons of steel rails for the Florida =
That she would have a police force who Palatkai I freight and passengers, by _
r Railway and Navigation Company, and W. O. Jeffreys, Agent.
would not keep out of sight..till a melee was "_Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
1;: drew 15 I feet of water. for Charleston; freight and passengers. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
att. 3 over; .. I
x by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. '
r J, The-Egmont Hotel the past week, has entertained That passengers alighting from trains and "_Steamship City of Palatka Vogel. for PRESERVES AND SAUCES, : I(

i h in a splendid manner the follow- boats could get from the depot with-' Charleston: freight and passengers, by .. I
away W. O. Jeffreys, agent. OLIVES AND OLIVE OIL,
'
ing prominent people-I. Evens Brown and out encountering a mob; _Steamship City of Monticello,McKee for I

. wife and :Miss Brown, of Christ Church:; That there would be altogether a different W.Palatka O.Jeffreys.; freight. and passengers, by SAUCES, CATSUPS, PICKLES,

New Zealand ; J. Sandford Sailers and wife; state of things exist if we had the right men 2'2SchoonerSamuel McMannery, Virden, IMPORTED CHEESE,
; New York A. H. Eldred and wife, Archer, Philadelphia; lumber, by Hilliard &;
t ; at the head of our city government; Bailey. DOMESTIC CHEESE,

i ; '' Fla.; Mrs. John Wharton and daughter, That if our citizens have the interest of Schooner S. C. Smith, Stockley, New CURRANTS, RAISINS, CITRON,

t is Newark, N. J.; A. '''E. Bateman, Stanley the city at heart, they will see that the right York; lumber, by Hilliard&Bailey. .- I
IN PORT. RAISINS
VESSELS
Brown, L. G. Shepard, New York H. O. ; CHOICE TABLE NUTS AND ,
;
men get control of the municipal affairs. at British brig Alfred;Young, Bermuda. -
Lathrop and wife, Boston, ; Martin Palmer, the next election ; Norwegian bark Livingston, Bowitz, Buenos- FINE FRENCH CONFECTIONERY.A .

.+ ; ; That talking and letting some one else do Ayres.British bark Ironsides"Fortin, Barbadoes.. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE CAKES AND CRACKERS,

\ \ Edwin E. Simpson and wife, and Miss Simpson the work won't do it, but you must take Brig Mary Dana, Mitchell, St. Vincent. '
British bngantine,Aeretas, Bodewis,Campania. IN NEW VARIETIES.
Fort George Island. hold and do it yourselves.. The Lord helps Schooner Standard, Oran, Philadelphia. '
Schooner C. B.. Hillyard Charleston. FRUIT BUTTERS JAMS AND JELLIES, ,I
Mr. Wra. Martin. late foreman of the. machinery those who help themselves.The Payne Philadelphia. ,
t Schooner J. B. Holden, Scott,
department at the shops of the Schooner E. A. Gaskill,Wilson, Philadelphia. .DRIED FRUITS AND MINCE MEAT. I

Florida Railway and Navigation Company, Mallory steamship, Carondelet broughtout Schooner William Hayes, Smith, New York. I
Schooner G. Haskel Eaton Perth Amboy. I
ar f!W received a handsome token of the esteem of from the North this week a handsome Schooner Carrie Jameson, Collins. New York. II I

d'1' his associates in the shape of a heavy gold little 'three-ton yacht, sloop-rigged. The Schooner W. H. Stewart, Brown, Perth Amboy.A :WHITHER & SGHUYLER I

Julian is owned :by Mr. Graecan, of New
watch chain, with a charm bearing upon Lady whose husband is going abroad
+,t one side symbols of Free Masonry, while York., who with a party of friends intendsto desires to find a home with some private !

+ r upon the reverse side the following inscrip- use her in fishing and huntingexpeditionsduring family or would like two furnished un- NO. 47 CENTRE .I It'

this season between this port furnished rooms.-AxsWER: AT OXCE: AT MIRROR -
tion is delicately engraved : -

and ';,Mosquito Inlet. OFFICE. -..' -, .. .. ', 'ill, ,. .... -.. ..4
PRESENTED TO .'. .., >' _- ,I \l.1r.--.." I
" 4' WILLIAM MARTIN Valentines, "" ?, ._ :I
Blankets and House
I FurnishingGoods In handsome varieties, from 5 cts. to $.3 .
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By.: Employs of the F,' R.' & N.. Shops, at"New York prices, at at ,. Nrx's News Stand '' ', ," 5- S < '
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a Fernandina .I7a.Ef I PAUL FDNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. Post Office. ,
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