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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: February 13, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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VOL. VIII. FERNANDINA, FLA.,, SATURD4 'FEBRUARY 13. 1886. NO.o '
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ITEMS OF LVT :REST. California grew that!' The licorice GEN. Il'. ,S. 'lI NCOO#A ;JjE.'D. .I by his wound, he .was on sick leave until until the rumors about the city reached '

exhibitor has of I March, 1804, being, meanwhile inrecruiting .
THE opening by Queen Victoria chipped up some 'DIABETESSUPEBINDUCED.; BYA CARBUNCLE, engaged them to-day.

Parliament of her the roots for visitors to sample, as THE C.\USE-HIS' BRILLIANT CAREER. the_ second army corps which The ill-fated steamer was owned b y' the f
eleventh
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of the was placed, under his command. He took
there was a large percentage of visitors NEW YORK, February 9.-lir front of No. Georgetown Navigation company, and her
is a circumstance a parallel} to the active command of this corps'at the b
reign 8. Governor's Island, an orderly] this after- < master was Capt. James Partridge.. She was
be found since the who always asked incredu- opening of the campaign of 1804, and bore a valued
which cannot noon was pacing to and fro. ,It was the late at $3,500, and was 7544.100 tons
'Is it real licorice?' The I prominent part in the battles of the Wilderness
lously residence burthen new and
time of Henry VI. of Major General Winfield Scott ; doing a fair business.

ripe olives are also a surprise to Hancock, who had died therein at 2:51 May 5 and G, Spottsylvania Courthouse Passing steamers were warned at Palatka of
THE Hamilton, Can., Spectator says May 9 to 20. and North
Anna the
visitors. The table olive is such a o'clock. If the General had lived until May wreck ,so that they could steer clearof
cold but 23 and 24 the second
that on one of the very 14 battle of Cold Harbor, it.
February. he would have completed his
firm bright fruit that to see a June 3, and the
green operations around
Peters- The
in that
:sunny days common locality sixty-second year, having been born at Nor- general supposition is that the accident
dark, purple soft and luscious- ristown burg until June 19. when, his wound break- was caused the
difference of 35 exists betweenthe Penn. on Februaryt4-1824. In a by heavy fog obstructing -
a little fruit labeled olives is second ing out, he was for a short time on sick the view of the lights of
and the side of the looking a story front room, famished with the two steamers
shady sunny leave. He afterward resumed-command
constant surprise. They are the ripe soldier-like simplicity, lay tl $remains of a while approaching each other, and being un-
and,took part in several actions until November der too
much
street. General who headway to slacken '
the remarked had
as guards speed in
olive such as are pressed for oil and 26, when he was called time
for the must Washing to avert the
BULL FIGHTING expert led his troops to more battles than any of calamity. 1
though they look tempting are likelyto ton to organize the first corps of veterans.
be profitable. The chief espadaof his military contemporaries.. The death of
very After the close of the war he was placed suc- HOTEL ARRIVALS
turn the taster more nearly inside .
:Madrid: Lartijo, is employed during cessively in command of the middle department ':.

the summer season for 6,000: out than anything else he could put ((1865-06)), the department of Missouri EGMONT HOTEL.


and last winter in the provinces he in his mouth." (1866-67)), of Louisiana and Texas ((18- W1'Miss M Coombs. W Kenyon, Brooklyn ; .
; Cooper, Baltimore W
67-68)), of Dakota 1870-72)). and, on the death ; Perkins Ocala ;
made !10,000. He killed 345 bulls F N Judson and wife,Miss Judson '
A MODERN SEA FIGHT of Gen. Meade in November, 1872,of the department ,St Louis; 1

without a single accident to himself.A : 4'L of the East. In the Democratic Dr Kimball and Mrs J D Palmer, Monticello 0 A P
I Boston ; H Humphrey, St Louis- ;
celebrated : WPAT WOULD LIKELY BE THE RESULTOF National Convention held in New York in J C Scott
HIGH MASS was on ; Michigan ; A E Bateman. J Stanley
I
Eve in the Mariaof A BATTLE BETWEEN IRON- lI H1r July, 1808, he was a candidate for the Presi- Browni..L-G Shepard, G R Sheldon New {
chapel
Christmas \ '
'll York M'V
CLADS. dential nomination, receiving on the. first ; Rally, Jacksonville; Farson
,
the Black Lake," at the foot of A. L ballot 33!: cotes out Chicago; )1 T Dunning, Grafton: J Rihart'I
People often wonder what would be ... of 317, which number Hobein, Dungeness; W F Stokes, Atlanta -

the Matterhorn[ fully 8,000 feet the result rf a great naval battle at the I. gradually increased to 144} on the eighteenth ; S.Bland, E A Jackson and wife, Bal-

above the level of the sea. It isrlreh' time. Would ships be this being, with the exception of timore; Wm L Freeland, Tavares ; T W
present
many Harthill, N Y G L
Baltzell.
i ; E Hunt, W
this of the Would the loss of life be 1451 cast for Pendleton on the twelfth ballot W :
?
: that at season year destroyed McNairy, Fernandina; :M J Kingmanand :

01 the most intrepid chamois great ? Let us try to describeshortly, the greatest number of votes given to any wife, Mrs J P Darbe '. Mrs Boulter and I
oven candidate for the daughter Baltimore
nomination until the ; CF PhlegerTavares,
few of the features of
hunter ventures to ascend so high.IN a probable a twenty-second ballot. Horatio Seymour received 'V Haskell, wife and boy, Boston;; John 5
fight between two fleets of modern Chiles, Brooklyn ; 'Yilt i.- Swords and wife
'Norway it is believed that ironclads. Although two hostile fleets the unanimous vote of the conven- Bridgeport, Ct; John Conway P F Cnlleny'Richard '

wolves are frightened away by telegraph another in tion.Gen. Walshe, Worcester:Mass; Mr and _;
might approach one some
General Hancock was not a surprise to his Hancock was nominated by the Na- Mrs J C Chapman. St Simon's Island ; D 'f
lines. It is said that however tactical formation this could not be Snyder,
family. It was a shock to them as well as tion Democratic Convention at Cincinnati, Saratoga; Mrs Saussey and maid,
adhered to for of time I N \ ; H E Dotterer, };Fernandina F Hub- i
hungry a wolf may be he will never any length to his friends. Twenty days ago he startedon for President, June 24. 1886, on the second bard, St Louis; H H Raymond, ss; State of
and the, battle would become J
go into a spot that is enclosed by soon a business connected,with.the Departmentof ballot. '''Tm. H..English, of Indiana was Texas; F L Bahr, Charleston ; S H Harper 1.

series of independent duels between the Atlantic to Philadelphia where he nominated for Vice-President. The ticket and wife, Mrs Cooper, Sandusky Mrs D C 3 i
ropes stretched on posts. Since the individual This is Jackson and "Tottie," Cincinnati, 0 E E '
at :
ships. once apparent remained two days, and then:proceeded to gave great satisfaction, and was enthusiastically Gallup W Y Holland ;
CM
first telegraphic line was established, when we consider that most, if 'Washington. In Washington a boil developed received throughout the country. The C S Pate, F M Ironmonger, ,Nelson N Y; J and C Ulder wife.

twenty years ago, wolves have never not all, of the ships would have rams, on the back of his neck... campaign which followed was. a stirring I and wife, R McKenny, Phila; C A Finley, .f

appeared in its neighborhood.THEY and it would, therefore, be highly It was lanced on January; and, as the one. The Republicans nominated JamesA. I Lake City; J Lehman, Savannah, Ga ; Mrs
i E Y Levy Lancaster, Pa; Martin Palmer. ,' ,
tell in Louisville of a citizenof necessary for a captain to have per- General was much inconvenienced, by its Garfield for President, and Chester A. I Waldo; Isaac Brokan Thos Settle. A W

fect control over the movements of his .. presence, he returned to New York several Arthur. The election was a very close one. Owens, W R Carter, G H Fleming, E B Mc- .

that town who came to New York ship, to prevent her being rammed by days sooner than! he had designed. During The majority of Mr. Garfield over Gen. Cuen, J D :McDonell, S D Swann. Jacksonville ?. .A J

recently and lived at one of the most an enemy. At the outset of the action the first week of February the boil developed Hancock was only 7,018. Of the popularvote D L;Graham I L Kemper, Oconee, Baltimore, Ga ; ;L J B M Wright Brown., i' j

expensive hotels there. He stayed the torpedo boats would probablytake into a malignant carbtincle' which ,Mr. Garfield had 48.26 per cent and Boston ; D Meier. Charleston, S C; Mr and 4.1

four days and asked for his bill. a verv active,part, and, until ex suppurated:constantly and pteJfeiUed! rest or Gen!..Haiieock. 48.25.per- cent. /Mrs" deComean,J1 Rev Thomas Pattison, J N '. 'c

terminated, which they certainly sleep. Dr. Jane ay'. was-called in,"attendance After the election aeu/Uaucuux Ut/,voc l lfDi.rJX mSLVlroJn i. SV _.. i

"Fift Y-one dollars, said the clerk."Guess would be in time, would engage great and it WItS not until: mark weakness, 'himself to his army duties. Had he lived gas. NM; K L Brown Kansas City. )10 ; R : i

again," said the Kentuckian."You attention, and be effective in sinkinga had resulted from the presence of the carbuncle he would have succeeded Gen. Sheridan in' T Morrison, London, Eng; JMagill, Jack- i
sonville F'l' Glascon, Richmond, Ya J R
; ; '
haven't sized my pile yet. few ships. It may be safely concluded that the surgeon discovered that command of the army, as he stood next to Savage, citY ; E C Bird, Ocala ; A N North j't, 't

I've more than that." that every ship would be steam- General Hancock was suffering from dia him in the line of promotion. Newark, :N J; Mrs S L 'Vlutson, 'Ienn ; n 01, '

money ing fast during the action this betes. Dr. Janeway called in consultationDr. GRoss, N C; Mrs J W Oakley. Miss Oakley,
A WRITER in the British Medical being STEAMER.THE Miss Annie Oakley, Chicago ; S D Hansman. '
Sutherland medical director of the department SINKING A
necessary to avoid being rammed, to Boston ; J E Dowell, Lot Ensey, Bait; W 'f, I
Journal advises people to be carefulnot get into favorable positions for discharging and Dr. D. M. Stevison, of New Austin, J M Lawrence N Y; E Lukens, Jr, ,

to slice up a pineapple with the torpedoes and to elude the York. The medical men concluded Monday CITY OF MONTICELLO" RUNS INTO THE Phila; I A Mode, W J Woodward, James "t .
that the seri- "GEORGETOWN." Menzies, G R Hubby, Miss A R Papy, MissF ,1
case was.assumilJg a
same knife they use in peeling it, as fire of an enemy. Heavy gun fire very C Johnston, Miss Amelia Stark, C M
ous form. At 10 o'clock Monday night, before Parties arriving in the city from Palatka, "
would Stark W S Fla W J Stokes. J
of
the rind contains acrid course, be maintained from city ; Sparr, ; 'j
an organic the commencement of the action and going away, Dr. Janeway found his this morning, brought the news of a collision W Pearce, Atlanta, Ga; E T Cormick, Boston f

substance which is likely to cause a patient in good spirits, and able to assist which occurred on the St. Johns river ; Wm H Williams, Key West; W B J..f
those sbips whose engines got disabled Mann Waldo, Fla H Loudebough, Jersey 1
himself and he left him im- last night about 3 o'clock, a half mile this ; i
swollen mouth and In apparently
sore lips. from this cause would speedily be City; C J Cotter, A L Parker, NY; W A i

Cuba salt is used as an antidote for rammed ; and at this point we con- proved and in charge of hospital steward side of Palatka. The news soon spread over Tilton, Boston ; Harvey Avery, San Fran- '
Robinson.At the city and was the subject of general con cisco ; Joshua Hill and wife, Lexington,

the poison of pineapple peel. sider that great loss of life would take 0:45: o'clock this morning Mrs. Han versation at the depots, steamer docks, and Ky ; A M Rundle and wife,. Danbury, Ct. t 4 t
for the that the boats ofa
place reason
THE Signal Service office at Phila- cock dispatched an orderly for Dr. Janeway, at hotels. From the many accounts the }MANSION HOUSE.

delphia noted a most unusual phenomenon ship, being always exposed to the as she feared the General was sinking Herald reporters gleaned the following: Jas C P Goodyear, Brunswick, Ga. ; G B
machine fire would at an early Flint Brunswick Ga. D P Herndon R )1 S
gun rapidly. The doctor came speedily, and An impenetrable fog hung over the St. ; ,
recently. While making stage of the action be riddled and Tampa: A J Lehman, F R & N ; A P Murphy -
found the General in a comatose state, witha Johns river all last night and.this morning.So S F Co Fred D Moore, Fla. Miss Minnie -
; ;
the 11 shattered with shot and in the incredibly
o'clock observation he noticeda feeble pulse and all the premonitory thick was it that steamboat men say a Upchurch. J Upchurch. Callahan; H W

very perceptible precipitation of short time in which a'ship symptoms of death. The doctor summoned light could only be seen a distance of a few Gray, R M S. Palatka: James J Williams, Jr
sinks after rammed it Douglassville, Tex. E. W. Martin, Jacksonville -
would be ;
being
the two physicians already named. Hypodermic feet, and that navigation was rendered very
now which and
was falling steadily, ; J C Johns, Ballimore; Mrs Gore. Orlando t
It the impossible for the crew to improvise injections of brandy and ether, and hazardous, aHlipngh: every precaution pos- ; J A Jordan, J Heady and wife Peo- s '
:
time the stars shone I
same other means to save themselves from of carbonate of ammonia and brandy were sible was taken by moving crafts to avoid ria,11Is.; J Jones New York; Miss Gore,

brightly for a distance of 35 or 40 drowning. No steps seem yet to have administered. These, however; only alleviated any accident. One captain remarked to'a Orlando. Fla.: Miss Fisher. Orlando. Fla.; E ES
Bade, Cincinnati, 0. E R Arthur, Mich.
degrees around the zenith. This been taken lay our admiralty with a the sufferings of the soldier, who reporter this morning that he spent the G W Schuyler, Jacksonville; ; J Liken, Jack-;

strange occurrence has been noticed view of providing for this contingency.It gradually sank away until death ensued at night. in fear and trembling, and paced the sonville: J Smith, city; P. W. Beaman.

has been suggested that a hospital 2:51: o'clock this afternoon.GEN. deck of his boat through the entire night, H. C Beaman. Princeton. Mass.; Cohn M
but once before in the annals of that Grant, Charleston, S C.; TWilliams. Boston,
the Geneva
should the
ship bearing cross being fully conscious of great responsibility
Mass. L M Lumas L Glasser New
Albany ;
city, and that took place about ten accompany a fleet into action to receive HANCOCK'S LIFE. which rested upon him at such a time. York;;G W Schuyler. Jaxville;M Jones,Ha-

years ago, but the fall ,was so marked the wounded. We would makea Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock was born in The steamship City Monticello, Cap- vana; C F Gilles. S C Snow, LW Draper,

and further suggestion-namely that Pa. 14 tain McKee. of the Charleston and Florida Brooklyn NY ; John Fitzgerald, Tampa;
the stars were not near so bril- Montgomery county, Eebruary Jos Sheppard, St. Marys; Dr A C Scott. Sa- i

liant. There is the record of a simi- this ship should be provided with fast 1824. He graduated at West Point in" 1844, Steamship line, is now running a double tillo, Ga; U M S Parks, Allan' Bay; John i

steaming boats, peculiarly) marked to served mainly on frontier duty till 1846, and schedule between Charleston and Palatka, Warwick, New York; Adolph R Woolf,

lar phenomenon in Switzerland some show their pacific nature.which should afterward in the war with Mexico. He was making two trips per week, while her con- J Goldsmith. E Homes.Atlanta. Ga; B. r,

time ago, and it attracted considerable proeeed to the assistance of a sinking breveted as first lieutenat for gallant and sort, the City of Patlaka.is running between Young A Rider., Me.Melrose; Watty, Fla.Wai: G lack T Pingle.. of Wai Fla.lack; ;E J '

attention. It is accounted for ship. By this means, a number of meritorious conduct in the battles of Con- Jacksonville and Nassau, N. P. The Mon B Todd 'St Stephen, N B.; Hill C. Bradford,

by the men might be saved who would other- treras and Churubusco. From 1848 to 1858. ticello left Palatka between 3 and 4 o'clock city; I, iI Newman J Long. Washington, D
of two currents of
meeting C.V T Smith. New York S goldsmith,
he frontier in various' this morning, on l her return trip and when ;
be duty
wise certainly drowned. It is not was again on
air, one much colder than the other. Cincinnati, 0.; H N Ray, Patlaka Fla.; E A
probable that the loss of life from gun parts, and from 1859 to 18G1 was quarter she had proceeded about half mile ran into Yueno, Monticelto, Ga.;E J Stedman, Silver

SACRAMENTO is holding a "Citrus fire would be large, as a great part of master of the southern district of Califonia. the steamer Georgetown, striking her amid- Springs; John Darleg, Starke, Fla.: E Lemor-

At the out of the civil he ships and carrying away her entire stern. New York.
hairf" where are exhibited the fruitsof the crew of of an iranclad would be breaking war was
recalled to Washington, and was made The little steamer at once began to settle
Northern under water the rest being inside the
,
California. There Letters
are several of List of 1
Brigadier-General of volunteers September down in the water. Her crew,
armored of the shid. Few
portions
shown not the citrus fruits- at the time immediately Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan-
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only ships would be able to get into favorable 23, 1801. During the peninsularcampaign. whom were asleep was
lemons aboard the and dina, Nassau county. Florida, February13th
taken steamship car-
limes, oranges and a curious positions for discharging Whitehead he was especially conspicuous at the battles
for these letters
Persons
calling
1886.
'' Palatka. Fortunately' one ,
large WiHiamsburg and. Frazier's Farm. He ried into was.
showy fruit called the "pu- torpedoes from their tubes; even .- advertised .
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must ::
1rt such the impression say
took sin u t \'epart in the subseqent cam- seriously ;, or was
malobut also olives fresh if they did so, the course of one of Eellah Y D
Berry
grapes, this morning: in Palatka. Bryant
paign in Maryland, at the battles of South early ;
:strawberries these machines is so erratic when dis- Barnes of Hartford Brown Robert
almonds, chestnuts, from in motion that it Mountain and Antietam. Having been Passing steamers report the Georgetown Caston:Affie Clark. Lizzie
charged a ship
walnuts, pecans, pears from the made Major-General, he commanded a di- almost sunk out of sight this morning and Cooper, Jodie Clark Ed S
would in miss its
third nearly case mark.. vision at Fredericksburg and Chancellors- articles of freight rising to the surface. The Gove, Dave L Haysmith, Y
crop grown on the same tree The time for the use Whiteheads Johnson, Caroline King, Joseph
crash is described by some as
the
ville. On July 1, 1863, the first day of the noise of
last S L Lynwood.Love .
:year Japanese persimmons and would be from the torpedo boats at the Long,
battle at Gettysburg, he was sent by Gen. fearful and alarming, and those .who heardit Nancy Leslie, Joe II

boughs of the orange, lemon and commencement of the fight.To Meade to decide whether a'decisive battle were apprehensive at first that more dam- McCormick. M Micheal, EmilyMcCormick

Japanese sum up, it is the opinion of had been done than really was. The Markston. Mary W N
plum, all loaded with fragrant should be given there, or whether the army age Naven Eley Pittman, Jas G

: flowers. The San Francisco many naval men of authority that a should fall back.I He reported that Gettys- returning of the Monticello to Palatka so Phleg, E'F ((2) Roberts. Maggie

modern naval bottle would only occupy burg was the place to fight, and took imme-. soon after leaving was taken by many as an Savage RobertStuart, DC.
Chronicle
says: "The tea, pumalo, about one-half the the time of a diate command until the arrival of Meade.In omen of trouble, and many went to the dockto Simmons, E D Sparkman, R V.

rIpe olives, licorice, cotton and other fight in the old Trafalgar days ; that the decisive action, of July 3, he commanded ascertain what brought her/back. The Smith, G K ((2)) Sallie, EllaThacker.. Henry
Stokes
Lucy
unusual exhibits of California products half the ships employed would,be on. the, left centre, which was the Georgetown left this city yesterday after- Thayer, Mrs W C TurnerJ P

can be with sunk, and that'most of the remainder main point.assailed by the -o federates.andwas noon heavily loaded with merchandise, Williams. Eliza Willis I>aacWashington '':

depended upon would be so battered as to be unfit for severely wounded. For his conduct at freight on her regular, trip up the .river.Messrs. Wooley, Sam ,'Jno .- -..

from surprising regularity to bring forth further service for months to comeOhambers' : Gettysburg he received (May 30, I860)) the Tysen & Smith, of this city, are her Young S., Nellie T. RIDDELL, P. M. r, ;

visitors, 'Why, I didn't know Journal. thanks of Congress. Having been disabled agents, and were unaware of,the accident


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!' ,.- 6', THE FLORIDA "MIRROR : FEBRUARY' 13 1886. .

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i w TIlE LIGHT OF HOME. ter, dear to his heart as the Elzevirsonce "There is very little hope, I am ,into the old ways again for the last Dick seemed to wake from a heavy

tIlir My boy thou wilt dream the world Is fair, may be ; but, like the shabby afraid," she said gravely.Has Mrs. ; time. It was easier than he had sleep with the sound of the sea in sears

:.a i1 And thy spirit will sigh i to roam ; volumes the book-hunter flings aside Hartley any friends who can help thought as it thundered against far' distant -
i'cI .' And thou must JOi; but never when there, with disdain, we have been very her? The doctor said he would'require But Iris never changed. She was rocks. Stay, was it the sea throe
.
: ..r. Forget the light of home. much cut down. constant care." ;always courteous, sometimes kindly; 'tumult of the great city? The city

:1 : r51' Though pleasure may smile with a ray more Dick bought the wine and returned "She has been earning for them but the look of scorn in her eyes seem- was growing silent now, wrapped i nan

'IZ'ii: !' bright leisurely to his lodgings. He stole both for some time," said Dick, ." and ed to Warrington's embittered vision ever-deepening tranquility. Then

Ir; h : It dazzles to lead astray; r cautiously up the dark, crooked stairs her hands are full already. I do not never to pass away. memory came back to him; "he knew
flash 'twill the '
i like the meteor's deepen
.tit ), night into the narrow passage, and as he think she' has any 'friends who are For five weeks he saw her daily- what had come to pass; knew that he

t r(i'L., iP When thou treadest the lonely] way. traversed it a strange thing happened. likely to,be.of any use. If ever you deft, tranquil, gentle, the light of that was dying. With a pang of regret at

:7} Through the venerable, ancient air ofa are'in need of a helping hand I hope dark time; at the end of those weeks first, but when he raised his and I
tt Bnt the hearth of home has a constant flame, eyes
1* a 1 And pure as vestal fire, London lodging-house, that landla- you'will rely upon me. I can easily Hartley died. His death was suddenat saw Iris Enderby's face bending over

tift' J 'i 'Twill burn. 'twill burn forever the same, dies always'' seem to fancy improveswith sit uy with':.l Him.at", nights and never the last, and only Warrington and him he was well content. It was

.t:1( *: 1a1 For'nature. feeds the pyre. keeping-and, ISHee'd, it does feel it." ,'.Apd sitting up all .night his wife were with him. Iris, who colorless as his own; but there eras as

'''L f ;,, :(f.2! The s ea'of ambition is tempest-tossed, acquire a certain fine ,.mellownesswherein that a few additional times would was'to have watched that night, came i j expression mingled with its intentness anew -

t:. ,t ; And thy hopes'may vanish like foam; combined the essences of make no difference to ,him." an hour later. When she entered with I I a look that he had dreamedof

..IS: U. '' ,':f !. But when sails are shivered and rudder lost, many different odors-there carte to Thank you.said Iris, and was silent flowers in her hands, for she had 1 seeing there, but had never thought

;::iJ .-'r; ; Then, look to the light of home. him the scent of a heliotrope., Withit again- The real or imagined brought fresh ones every day to pleasethe to see in waking life, that touched him

pZ; !, !Fl..j;1:41 And there, like a star through,the midnight returned the.memory of a day when hauteur her voice annoyed Dick un invalid. Warrington was alone in with a vague fear.

i+,t "l l cloud shait his sister had been to visit himat: college accountably. the room. A dull pain was upon him, "This is good for you," he said
'I"
; rWJ.; .. For Thou never, till see shining the beacon on the light shroud; and with,her one of her friends' "Unless.your are too fastidious," he heavier than his grief for the dead faintly. "I think it will not be for

;;1 Can be quenched its holy! light. a beautiful, light-hearted 'girl whom said;' in a sudden tone of bitterness man, the hard, bitter consciousnessthat long."

",' :,," ; : ,$ Dick had cared ,for with a transient, that astonished.himself, "to take help he should see Iris no more. He "Can you forgive me?"' said the

"::t t L t w I ';.l r.ai m The But sun the of heart fame ne'er.felt, 'twill gild its the'ray name: bo ish.fashion.' He had bought bouquets at the" hands'of a poor blackguard like rose as she entered, and though he did in a low voice. You have laid down girl

r '1i\! : And fashion's smiles, that. rich ones claim, for them, and among the flowers me. _.;.,.. not speak, his look warned her of the your life for me."

::. } # ( :i.. Are but.beams of wintry day. he gave to his sister's friend was asprig The girl,' looked at him with a truth; and she glanced hastily at the Dick looked at her with amazed
> n ", of. dim gray-purple blossom.He strange blending of compassion and face the Her The
a quiet pillow.
on
J f.t r.r.1.I.; And how cold and dim those beams must be, lips eyes. surgeon had turned away;
:.' '',. Should life's wretched wanderer come, did not pause to wonder why repugnance in her eyes. quivered, and the roses dropped from the two constables were speaking to
$ But, when the world is dark to thee, You could have beed a gentlemanif her hands and
i't .. my boy the old scent came back to him in this were scattered, spots of each other in husky undertones.

r."
'It .f1: ing on, entered the invalid's room. If you are what you choose to be, Warrington hardly knowing what he wonderingly. But I will never for-

.i' DICK WARRINGTOX. Mrs. Hartley was not there, but he why blame me" for taking you at your did, fell on his knees, and began to get you. Ah, I wish my life had been ;

.g1'. ,:.rU;t't ,:'r'l1J saw standing at the bedside a girl own valuation. gather them up, with a wild longingto worth your taking! A poor, poor

:r, !;" He had been a gentleman once and dressed in the garb of a private sister- There was something terribly true speak at all ,hazards, to call her his failure If I had known you soonerI

;f! ; a scholar, who had won honors at hood, with a cluster of flowers at her and relentless about her words, and saint, his divinity. might have had the heart to begin

;: ... .1oiri..: Cambridge, and was regarded as one brooch. Her figure was slender and Dick winced under them as the most "Give me a rose," he said huskily.The again; but I lost hope early-God

; ;Jf '*: of the best men in a college at that graceful, and he could
;/ :t;:. time unusually rich in promise He enough that she was a lady. His ac- him" wince: answered him; but it had a ring of trouble you, this happy fate of mine?"

;' l.tji.:: f had just seen one familiar companion quaintance included several women Thank you, he said, You show indignation in it that touched him to "It will trouble me," she said slowly,
I what I have to from people ofa "
expect
who had taken the for humanity "all life.
:'f.;, ..: of his in the old days pass into the I craze the quick. my
I,. : *liWisfvf- New Law Cathedral, outside whose 'and typhus fever, as he irrever- higher moral standard. And yet "This is no time to talk of,roses," "Ah, no!" he said eagerly ; and in

;t:1'.J:! : : gates he was I lounging. The famous ently expressed it, and Iris Enderby's what right have" you to assume that I she said passionately."Oh that instant a strange look of mobility

hu t '..* .tf-l fT judge gave a glance at the disreputable presence did not astonish him, thoughhe am" worthless? you do not understand," he irradiated his face, a look it t r"not

1t ', ,:, .' loafer as he went by but never noted her beauty with pleasure.The It is"your own epithet" she returned -' exclaimed hotly. You have no pity known for many a year. e.'I'

,1*. "{: : recognized him; if he had done so, he hair was the deep brown that has tranquilly. Butforgivemeto for the living.'' "Forget it. I am not wbryry of

:1 e, fr.f.;}; would probably have spoken, for he gleams of ruddier color, and her eyes a certain extent men" write He did not glance up as he spoke, one regretful thought from you. In-
their characters in their faces.
'J ,'o'!, .'l..gf', i was a kindly-hearted man. But this were clear and honest, and regardedone or he would have seen a strange look deed, indeed, I am not worthy. And
it' ; ::,);1t very fact made the reprobate more with a very steady and fearless Dick nearly swore a heavy oath, but pass over her face. It passed like a how could it end more happily? For

!'.fJ. .,ll bitter. If his old friend had cut him, glance. She turned her head as Dick he checked himself just in time, and shadow-was gone. She turned away, if I had lived I should have sunk yet

,; 1 there would have been some ground entered, and took him in completely, spoke" in tones of exceeding suavity. and the next moment he heard her lower, and now I am not wholly base."

f" :' .i for declaiming against the hollowness so he fancied, in about a second. What excellent discrimination you voice all sympathy, speaking to Mrs. He paused. His words were grow-
have Then have ascertainedthat
:,' } '.,:tf. of mankind ; but Dick Warrington There was nothing impertinent in her you Hartley. Then feeling like an arrant ing incoherent.
".,;"ittirv knew well enough that he himself had 1 i iif scrutiny, but much that was painful toa my character is too far gone to I coward he slunk back to his own I "And you will give me the heliotrope -

,.t t. sunk out of recognition, and one's man whose inner life had never been allow of my associating with you, to room. you are wearing, to take into the
: j however small
il, ;y: :- f" own worthlessness not so cheering a intended to bear investigation., Insight an extent, in a woak of Iris left an hour later. Some rela- darkness,and I never shall be lonely."

:,*. ;;, subject of meditation as. the worthless- into character all very well for mercy. tives of Mrs. Hartley's had come, and "I have no heliotrope," said the girl
15 A half smile broke
j. .. t 1J ness of other people. the people who have the insight, but over the girl'sface she could do little more. Dick reappeared clearly, though she shivered in the
',; f.i .r it is sometimes to the unlucky faint and transient, and yet it
; trying she "but I will
the August night
He neither as was quitting ; give a
\i}'" 1 ,' ':, pondered over but only lit the whole countenance and soft- you
character and Dick felt rather up "
-" so as, house to offer his services sscort.
> : ; gazed moodily after the retreating as
l'i ened its youthful rose.The
A :; r --a _-lii a .. ilxL JVMTI ra.fl-.an/Lth/m defiantly"," he- met Iris Enderby's"glance" austerity, "Thank you," she said, not unkindly I rose she had worn was ,droop-
tl! 4 1-I :' turned and sauntered into Long Acre : I did not say that"she returned, but with quiet decision, "I I ing now. She laid it in his hand;

1 > r;; ::': lie was nearing his lodgings (they lay 11 She thinks," he said inwardly, relentingly. "Who am I, that I would rather walk alone." then, stooping suddenly, she kissed

I".' I, ..;.':,flfl'; in a dingy court half a mile away,) "that I am one of the people it will should "look, with scorn on any human "It is very late," urged Dick. his forehead with a long, soft kiss.
: + when 1 it occurred to him that he had not do to encourage." The girl had being? (This, by the way, she A light flashed into his face, and an
ill:: ; << ; forgotten his mission. He had come formulated no opinion so distinctly ; should have thought of before.) Indeed "I am not nervous, she said in a expression so brief, so transient, she
cool tone of dismissal and he fell back.
: ;:, out, with the idle good-nature that but Vet his guess was not far from the if-you care to give it, I believe never knew whether it had been of
; ..:,.,. :' :t. seldom deserted him, to buy wine for truth. For there was no denying that we shall be grateful for your But he was not to be baffled so easily. joy or pain. Then all grew dim.

Ask'. .J<;R his landlady's husband-:-dying, the -that- Dick- with- his battered costume, help." but Iris she might could walk not solitary if she his follow-liked; .I For years after there was one street

r', ":'fI I r--:;:l t doctor> said, of consumption. Dick's his rather dingy hands, and the reck- "Thank you, said Dick, his anger prevent that never echoed to Iris Enderby's
t t' f'. quarterly had arrived from less, devil-may-care melting as incomprehensibly as it had ing at a suitable distance, at all events, but
: ;f pay just expression on a till she reachecj the main street. He footsteps ; now, of all dreary
::, ,I :til the Social Hearth for he contributed face, grown coarse, that had once arisen. "I am at your service." took haunts in London, she loves Garrick

r; '; 't., ,to that shady serial, which is a base been handsome, looked a disreputable ,He sat up that night with Hartley, he no reckless pains to keep under cover, for street the best, and the children have
i and indeed had
she
;/ : ; imitation of the Family Herald with character, with whom a refined girl fulfilling mechanically whatever offices was ; : learned to wait for her coming there
turned his tall and careless
: none of its virtues and with all its could have nothing in common. There- were required of him, but think- would figure gait 1 L, with outstretched hands, and the scent
have him.
;<1'1/: i. vices. The Family Herald, indeed, fore Iris withdrew her eyes with calm ing very little of the invalid and a But whether infallibly betrayed instinct of the heliotrope, as she passes, floatson
?);:l'ffi' lias few vices, for it is an excellent periodical indifference, and went on measuringsome good deal about Iris Enderby and his or not some warn- the heavy air.-Longman's Maga
ed her of the truth, I cannot tell but
',, i- I and you may obtain from the medicinal compound.Her own social status. He fell to draw- ; zine. ,
she never cast a glance behind, not
: .wj, editor ior.nothIng advice face with the ing the most invidious
:, ",. on any indescribable air comparisons- even when her quick footsteps broughther
t earthly subject you choose to consult of fearless innocence about it that trenchant parallels," as Henry'Kings-
into rather too riotous for EST.ADLISI-IED
an alley 1875.
"
.. ... :, 7\; him upon, which advice will always some faces will wear to the end, ley calls them-between himself and her and he
her hesitateonce
liking
t I:! : ;:,,1 !; be terse and definite and improving. awoke in Dick a novel sense of em- his old companions, who had walkedin twice., But further saw when

:r:" :a ', .10 Also 1 you may find essays on politics barrassment. He hesitated, but the the light t as persistently as he had they or entered Garrick street on he, him- DRUGS anHOItSEY MEDICINES

' '.1 i: and social science therein if you are desire to speak to her was ,too strong, walked in the darkness ; between him- self hastily lessened the distance, be-

.** p: irvr":3v ]n.tellectual--essays: that inspire one and he crossed over to the invalid's self and his own relatives, leading-un- tween them for things were begin-
yru, with the wish that the editor of the side. impeachable, if prosaic, lives in the ning to look, ominous. Half a dozen & CO.,

r: ..!_.e;; \ Family Herald was happily controlling 41 Can I be of any use? he asked West End. When he gave place to sailors British and but all
foreign,
';f' ; .\ ." ( the destinies of our empire instead politely. Mrs. Hartley, and slept at last, it was
drunk and all much excited had
:,,4 i.. ",,.. .i3;r..t, of the too patriotic cliques which "No, thank you," said the girl, a to dream of bishops, prayer-books and just poured, out very of one of the worst, -I 1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1=

it;, ; control it at present. While, as for trifle coldly ; but her voice was very church institutes, everything calcula- in the and
'; .lr the tales-but this is no place to rhap'sodize pleasant and musical. Mrs. Hart- ted to awaken a sense of sneaking deficiency public-houses quarter, were
free them-
commencing a fight
.', even over the Family Herald. ley will be here presently." and he awoke still drawing among Street.FERNANDINA. ,
selves. A little
1 throng gathered
,
I( .; ,!if Warrington was on the staff of the She turned a passing glance on himas invidious comparisons between himself and
and
1!< ,... Social l Hearth, which is, as everybody she spoke, distrustful and yet in- and all of them. If Iris Enderby was the cursing pathway cheering,and Iris, obstructing FLORIDA
stopped a good
.:,"i-( ;r. knows, a foolish and vulgar periodical different. Evidently not the kind of to have this startling effect on his deal frightened. Dick noted constantly on hand a fine assort-

\ i,I 1.r. whose Criticism of Life is not worth girl to whom any one would offer moral nature, he thought the less he liceman the extreme outskirts one po-of KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-

,:\ : ':?1 l: two-pence. It paid very badly ; but impertinence in cold blood. But saw of her the better ; accordingly, he the disturbance on EIGN and DOMESTIC
n, .j, 4' 11 he contributed more or less to several Dick fell into and leisurely whistling
:' paid no heed to the restraint ; he a long interesting specu- for and then-it all
1p, :':i' other-journals] of which Bow Bells was spoke again, warming to the old lation as to whether she could ever be an help instant-a; drunken Lascar happenedin broke Drugs and Chemicals
''j 5 the
: most respectable. It was a marvel -' manner. persuaded to tolerate him. He would
out of the throng and caught Iris by Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
how he, with his talent, could "I have brought him some wine," find out.There.

, -, t+ h as ,write badly enough to suit some of he said, in a careless undertone, dis- passed five strange, wild the next arm.moment She that uttered Lascar a low was cry.lyingon The Proprietary and Fancy Goods

"i ; these editors. He said it took prac- burthening his hands as he spoke, "I i weeks, the most miserable, the most the pavement, to which Dick had FINE TOILET ARTICLES
lice but ,
; ; on the whole he succeeded.admirably thought it would be needed and I
they rapturous in Dick's life. It is not flung him with perhaps
lit', and the stories and arti- have very little money. You see I pleasant for a man to be scorned. force. unnecessary PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC.,
' ; des he furnished to the public showed have lodgedhere, now for two years ,Knowingthat he, deserves scorn but
Not
;; for He
better than long. was up again, IN GREAT
anything else, how far heN and I am sorry he has broken down. before a week was over.. Warrington VARIETY.
with demoniacal look of his
.had.fallen. And a rage on
yet there was a battered There is no hope, I ,suppose?", he was so madly in love with. Jfi /:En- face, and he sprang at Dick like a 1A Physicians' Prescriptions

; 1 remnant conscious of nobility in him, added, in a yet more guarded voice, derby that he thought he :would,rather wild beast. Something flashed in the carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at
' Jbardly of its own existence. though the patient was sleeping I be scorned by her than worshipped by crimson reasonable prices.SEWING.
tavern Then in
l; .As some old picture may lie long in a heavily.The : lights. as a
t otherwoman. He did his utmost
any ,
wild
'i dream the melted
throng
"' -dark lumber ,

hidden away,
room behind great girl turned again and looked humbly and persistently, to win .her
with fierce cries and and MACHINES
masses or rubbish, till a kindly hand him full in the face. He fancied he toleration To do him justice-it was Iris ejaculations, ,
:
Dick
* : t tc htt opens and the the shutter, lets in the fresh air could trace'in,her eyes some regret for always her; toleration, never her love. was side kneeling chafing his at hands.Warrington's There- ALL LATE IMPROVED )MAKES
sunshine
; and
disperses the having judged him too harshly, and Dick had most of the vices in the
r i piled-up lumber, a chance touch shakes I her voice cordial was a surgeon standing by, and,one,or For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices
1. f was more though in calendar; but there was no cold- two constables, looking down
away the covering from the forgotten all her compas-
intonations
when she
a spoke to blooded calculation about him, and the -ALSOA"A"mn"'T8 -
I sionately and
S P picture, scatters its dusty veil, and, him, then and afterwards, he thought but little ''self-conceit.. He knew'that some one on had said prostrate, "There figure is, no of.every description and

+ hardly dimmed by years, its beautyglea.ms there was a suspicion of disdain. ,He he had nothing to do with Iris En- 'hope." For the Lascar's aim not for any Sewing )IachlnE',
was
into the light again-a Turner never blamed her and he knew for sale.
instinctively
'
derby, 'yet he was fain to conciliate : made false and he had
by passion,
a Valasquez So the spiritual virtuoso 'that if his old social stand- her I
1 by word or action, by the delicate
struck
at the heart. A and 'Old Machines repaired at moderate
1 'iE., may come across strange treasure- ing had still been his that I strange
x ; ,- element in courtesies that,please women. He had wild dream, a life that for her saketo prices.
,,. trove, acts of chivalry, of self-forget- her voice would have been rather been a gentleman once, he said 'bit- HENRY HOBEIN,
fnlness in the most scorn, passing away she had tried Comer Third and Ash Streets
unexpected more ,
quar pronounced. to himself he would fall
; '. terly ,; try to into the darkness. 8 Fernandina, Fla."I' .
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telegraphed. me : The value of THE SUN as an Advertising =
'Am very sorry to trouble you, but Medium is, of course, in proportion to its -fFINE TEAS AND ,COFFEES WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. i

hope you will wait in the station untilI immense circulation and its prices for advertising -t. -*in- -$-
arrive." far less in proportion to the circu- DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
lation-the main element of value in
adver- THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. -
And I waited in the Buffalo stationsix
tising-than those of any other daily paperof AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
long hours before he calmly which we have knowledge.The TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
slouched safest method of transmitting money Steamer.Cor. Wind Mills for pumping water or running
in and said NEW GOODS Received Every .
: by
by mail is by check, draft, or postoffice light machinery promptly erected on order.
If I'd been you I'd have gone off money order. Church Factory and School Bells for sale

with the money, and perhaps taken Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA. at a bargain.
the baggage with it. You don't know No DEVIATION FROM PUBLISHED 3STStoves at Wholesale Prices.
TERMS. All goods delivered at the various transportation -
how grateful I am, and I want vou to THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANAC, a stations within the city free of

accept this diamond pin as a token of valuable publication of ninety-six pages is ..:' ; charge. All sales for cash.
my esteem." published'as'a Supplement to THE SUN :'j" CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS-
about the first of each year. It is not for sale .t :Sby:!:;: -. a'
But-I" nor is it distributed except to subscribers of ',' : Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
"I shall lose it within week if THE \ ... ..;' .. ,
a you SUN, Daily and Weekly, for whose ; > :; -; :.. ." '
don't take it," he protested. benefit it is published. Every subscriber to '" :: .,' : :] :: :' 1 BIG OFFER we To introduce will GIVE them.AWAY

When "THE SUN," Daily or Weekly, whose ,. .... ( Washing Machines. If
he was ready to he > ;' : A 1,050) Self-Operating
put "
f'
go name is on our books the first of the year. "iV; -.j.j. you want one, send us your name, postoffice
the money in his overcoat pocket, fastened will receive a copy of THE SUN ALMANACfree and express at once. The National Co.*
it with pins, and he went of charge. 21 Dey Street,Ne*York._
away
paying Postal Orders, Checks, Drafts, etc., are to ADHS WANTED work for us at their
: be made payable, and all NEWS and BUSI- TT I own homes. 87 to 810 per week can be
"If I don't leave the overcoat some- NESS Communications addressed, to I easily made;'no canvassing; fascinating and
where I'm all right. Farewell fellow- A. S. ABELL CO., Publishers, I steady employment. Particulars and!sample
Sun Iron Building Jfciof the work sent for stamp. Address HOME '
travelerfarewell.--Detroit Free Press. Baltimore,Md. 7 MAN'FG CO.,P.O. Box 1916,Boston.Mass. t

E WANT SALESMEN everywhere local

To Whom It flay Concern. W. BAUKNIGHTt good and traveling,salary and,to sell all expenses.our goods. Write Will par for

AGENT, terms at once, and state salary wanted. "
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The for the South
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE. Cabbage STANDARD SILVER-WARE COMPANY.
ARMY BUILDING, NEW YORK, a} WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Boston, :Mass.W "d
January 20, AND STOCK DEALER,
TTNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM: THE BUTCHER AND'Dealer'in Either for home use or'for shipment to Sovrnxsast MABKTTS, -vv N -r :E :D

vJ Engineer Bureau of HIP War Depart Ice TO BUY FOR CASH,
ment, the undersigned assumes control in
the name of the United States, of the Military TENNESSEE BEEF A.SPECIALTYBROOM HENDERSON'S EARLY SUMMER. White Egret and Heron Skins
Reservation at Point Peter, Georgia, STREET WHARF,
the metes and bounds of which described
and recorded are l-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. This valuable variety,.as well as a full list of the most desirableVECETAB.LE In'Large Quantities. AddressZEWXSOHXT
in the office of the Clerk of
the. Superior Court, Camden County, Georgia : & CO., '
Book S., Folios 509, 510 and 511. All JAMES: :McGIFFIN, SEEDS 227 Pearl Street, New York.
,
l persons occupying any portion of said reser
I.ationor any buildings thereon erected,are AND BUILDER. I will be found described In our Manual of EVEBYTHDTG FOB TH=GABDXJT,"which wfll be sent to any j Shoes Shoes ,
Hereby notified that thev will be required to CONTRACTOR address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage. i
vacate the Again arrived a new stock of Gent's. Ladies' -
the same promptly upon the order of Alachua Street, between, Second and Third, SEEDS1tY A GROWERS, Misses' and Children's Shoes. They
duly Honorable authorized the agent.Q. Secretary. of War, or his FERNANDINA FLA. Peter Henderson & ,Co. 37 Cortlandt St., are of the finest quality and neatly made.If f
A. GILLMORE. NEW YORK. I ISifo5wi any one can undersell me I want to know ,;i
it, as I haven't heard of a single instance up>
Colonel of Engineers, Orders and estimates from a distance carefully r'
W. J. L .
mfu
Bv't. Maj. Gen'l.! U. S; A. attended to. 25-tf to date.
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\lffltism THE FLORIDA,. M1KRUR : FEBRUARY .13 1886. ,
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i $ ; better than IMPRESS10XS OF A TnA.\(;fIl. and 'which this ,
MIKKOK. hence through
FLORIDA by
Mt s l #ri I' THE / they can j judge +., ; prosperity II I
1 $ : ever before of the value of locations, To the' Editor of the Jhrror:. \ must be realized. In a word, ,

f.bigf GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. quality of land, the vegetables, pro- It is to be presumed that citizensof I statehood is the'talisman with 'whichto $2-50

mmPfr: "" Subscription, >92 per year; six months 91. ducts, etc. Fernandina fully 'appreciate its evoke your future power and pros- 4

advantages and that the impressionsmade perity. Your enterprising citizens WILL BUY A
Office Centre and First streets,second floor
! ; corner THE "SUN" AND "HERALD."
upon the mind of a stranger understand that part of their duty GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEAD
We at loss to understand rAT
ADVERTISING.
BATES OF are a
during a residence of a few weeksare and their interest much better, sir,
line for the first,and five cents for I
&S& Ten cents a what has produced such an outbreakof
_
; !& ,. each subsequent insertion. and therefore, of little practical con- than can be taught them by I. FRED W. HOYT & CO'S

B&TOPE! Special local notices,15 cents a line. depreciation misrepresentation sequence. Still, confirmation by Yours respectfully,
"T11't.y. Heading notices,25 cents a line. on the part of the correspondents FURNITURE STORE,
h ii Special rate for time advertisements upon application outsiders' convictions long enter- J. S. W.
; of the New York Sun and Herald. CENTRE STREET.
r&1vfeS i1 at the office. tained is sometimes encouraging if it Fernandina, Fla., Feb. 10, 1888.
% The and Florida
growth of
progress
s.'.. Communications all matters of local Inter- has no specific value. ".
upon '
IPT
;) "
has been of THE, TIMES-UNION'S" UNWORTHY -
a subject frequent com-
: all of the and from
: : "' est solicited from parts county To looker-on then in this
' a .
. i! along the lines of Florida railways. ment. The value of its exports and your SELFISHNESS.The t

$tt ". All communications intended for publication the business and trade which.Floridahas "Southern Newport," it appears at Times-Union seems disturbed SASH DOORS
: should'be'addressed to,the Editor; all business the moment that Fernandinais ,
t\l' present because the of the interior ex-
; i. letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. given to New York has been press -AND-
i1. Jk I' under a cloud. Shall that cloud press the public sentiment of the
,# 't: I gratefully spoken of. Does New
5th"f. '( SATURDAY,,, FEBRUARY 13, 1886. .1 York now wish to :turn her back pass away and the sunshine of prosperity -!' larger portion of Florida in favor of BLINDS,
rY Ii1f .
y j DEATH. OF GEN. upon the business of;Florida" ? Shall glow upon you and quicken,' "an equal and just appropriation for AT FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.LAXE"S .

HANCOCK. you into new life? How, can it be increasing the depth of water at
we transfer our business to Balti-
The sudden death of Gen.Winfield
otherwise?
Deep water harbors- Fernandina, the only port on
of the best more,' Philadelphia Boston, wherewe
Hancock
.removes one the ,like the kingdom of God, do not the eastern coast of Florida which
known and prominent figures of the receive better -treatment come by observation." They the deem
are engineer department capa-
fei hands of the'press? .
late war. Following so soon his comrade not the result of
Florida speculation nor of a ble of making a first-class deep
has not changed. Why,
in Gen. B. McClel-
George
arms, meretricious 'boom.'
Nature never water harbor. The gentlemen of the I
then this animosity and studied and i* *
lan,there remains but few who,while made rivers and harbors
virtue of _
? We by press in the interior are quite as ca-
faithful to duty acquired persevering misrepresentation : JEWELRY STORE
every ,
puffing. Cumberland Sound Amelia
pable of writing their own views as
w'w : maintained the are aware that the N. Y.: Herald has '1<
respect -
always river and harbor can be : t* -JH
no more the editor the Times-Union, and in
received a large showing on the part
and esteem of the en- ,
of Florida land speculators. Can it ignored or flanked or forgotten than this matter represent the viewsof Offers for the approaching Holidays a fine

I tire people. Brave, generous, and be jealousy and spite that has ren- the procession of the seasons or the many interior counties, while the assortment of Solid and Rolled

open-hearted, General Hancock was generations of mankind.
dered the Sun and Herald hostile? Times-Union represents only in parta
favorite with the soldiers :E -vv :E I.FI.yo:
a general The
settling of Florida with
Not content with saying that our up a single city. The greedy wish ex-

4,. : and people. Nominated for the orange frozen in- compact and, enterprising popula- pressed to obtain an undue share of Ladies and Gentlemen's
trees
are they now
Presidency, he sustained the canvass tion goes on apace and with constantly the public appropriation, we are
climate is miserable
sist that
our Gold Silver Watches
with and without the usualascerbl'ty -
dignity anddestraction of such con- our soil barren, bur groves a fraud, accelerating ratio. Its incomparable sure, is shared by few of its readers, ,

climate is a sure guar- even in Jacksonville. CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS
our people sickly and our lands un ,
tests. anty of a powerful and wealthy
The of Florida
'mow Sherman and Sheridan alone remain inhabitable. press commonwealth in the near future. Silver Ware in Large Variety,
have told the exact truth about our
of the more prominent leadersof Tliis commonwealth is to be homo
freeze. The fruit was nearly all OY4 PJ'"'SPECTCLES.
Neither of .
the great contest. geneous. It is to cultivate and fosterits
c' whom have ever commanded the frozen. Some nursery stock, of which REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED
tt own resources. It is to take
".' and confi- there are millions to spare, was in- care AT REASONABLE RATES.
same degree of respect of its own tp the health
8mY ; t promote
hurt.
not
,',, *; \ dence as Grant, Thomas, McClellan jured, but our groves are and vigor of p all its parts for the ROYAL ea7ssei No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style.
, tf The new leaves are coming out and gen- lYl1'r -
% Hancock. The blue and the
and
eral weal. The vast productions of .; ;23j*Call and examine my stock.
be fruit the trees.
%& there will on
i: ; sj gray alike join in the abundant this ideal State will seek their out-
Why, then, should the Sun and I WMLAKE
flfCf and affection for
tribute of respect let-where? 7
Assuredly at its own .7
tr Herald persist in untrue statements? ,
r.,fit this gallant soldier as honorable the nearest and best harbor. Centre Street.

r Fernandina,Nov.14,1885.
and he brave and
was
as
generous LAWLESSNESS. When the ultimate relations of Notice to .

capable. A heartfelt admiration for There is general complaint of the the sections to each other and to am now ready to TaxPayers.I receive the State and

his character pervades the whole increasing disorder and bad conductin Florida, and the facilities of inter- County taxes assessed upon the real and

,a, ; ;$ c people, and we meet around his our streets at night. Whether course are established, Florida will :Fla.personal, for the property year 1885 in the, and county can be of found Nassau.at

grave with the feeling of having sustained the police are unable or unwilling to pour out its golden fruits and my office in the store of Mr.Emil O.Friend.
receive corner Centre and Third streets every\\"ed-
;
f' r a common loss. His eulogy suppress it we do not know. Our its foreign supplies through its nesday and Saturday,when not'on a collecting -

;jr will come from a whole and united taxes considerable tour in the county.
; are ; our general
own F.
*_ commanding seaport. To WARREN SCOTT
people. and if Collector of Revenue, Nassau County.
municipal expenses are light, hasten this consummation the citi-
Fernandina Fla., December 7,188.3.
' MISREPRESENTATIONS OF FL OR- a city government is worth payingfor zens of Fernandina, mainly perhaps

IDA. it should be made efficient. Why through its Board of Trade, will POWDER

There is a curious disposition in do we pay taxes if it is not for the bend all their energies and employall

the human mind to believe the worst. purpose of protection, good order their resources. The removal Absolutely Pure. .t

AVe are naturally presunlists lookingfor and good government. If our wives the bar at- the mouth of the harboris
POWDER NEVER VARIES.
the worst. If a train runs off the and children are forced to encounter the first and most urgent neces- THIS of purity, strength and whole-A

track and one man is injured, the upon the streets drunkenness and sity nothwithstanding its someness. More economical than the ordi- Two Millionsof
present nary kinds. and cannot be sold in competition -
,; report goes out that-at least ten men profanity, rudeness and obstruction, accessibility to vessels of from 2,000to with the multitude of low-test, short-
weight alum or phosphate powders. acres of Farming, Orange,
have died from their injuries. The why should we pay salaries to a police 3,000 tons
measurement. It %*f Sold only in cans.
writer who asserts that the orange which looks on with indifference should be made available for ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Timber and Grazing Lands,
men- 48 lOG Wall Street, New York. situated in counties and
t'
trees are all killed, seems to receive or more likely does not look on of-war and .for European ships and 29 ,

' more credit than .fifty men who at all? We need reform. We are steamers drawing thirty feet. When W. E. FRASER, comprising the lands boughtby

know they are not killed or even in- convinced that the enforcement of that is defensive HOMEOPATHIC AND HYDROPATHIC Sir Edward J. Reed, from
n accomplished
adequate -
jured to any great extent. The New law strictly for a few weeks would works the PHYSICIAN, the State of Florida in 1881,
by general government Has permanently located at Fernandina,
,' York Herald correspondent keepsup speedily put an end to all cause for will follow as effect follows and offers his professional services to the are now offered at graded

his work of misrepresentation complaint. We have beautiful. cause. [t. 1 I people Diseases of this of place children and a surrounding specialty.SCan country. prices. These lands were se-

and no amount of proof seems to city. Our citizens are respectableand Your Town Improvement Company -v 1 be found.at the Tourist Hotel. lected by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

t ; slacken his mendacity or ignorance law-abiding. It is only a few are now ready to negotiatefor ley, late Commissioner of the
t :,,, 11D R. BOSCO, State Land Office and Mr.
;r try,, whichever it may be. drunken street loafers who presume the sale or lease of wharf and : ,

In three or four weeks the returning upon the timidity of the police to do city property on favorable terms. GERMAN PHYSICIAN, M. A. Williams, late agent for

rK will have covered choose. We desire make Specialist of Chronic Diseases. Asthma sale of State lands which factis
sap most of the as they to You have the Mallory line of ,
r perfectly and permanently cured within two
' l- te.. orange trees with fresh, bright, green our city pleasant and attractive. To staunch, s)-going steamers, a lineon weeks. :Male and female diseases cured in a guaranty of their high

w leaves and the fragrance of the blossoms do this we must have it quiet and the Inland Route to Savannah.The short time. Consultation free. quality. The purchase knownas

,. will scent the air, and then everybody orderly. There ought to be no dayor steamers of the Charleston and Office hours from 7 to {9 a.m.and 3 to G p.m. the Reed Purchase was only

will declare hour when child Office, foot of Centre St., Swann Building for sale this and
i that they. never a lady or can- Palatka line call here. You have a opened year,

+ had any fear of their i being killed.In not pass''in every part of our city river front 'equal to any future demand TOURIST HOUSE the lands have not been culledor

w the meantime the Herald's correspondent without fear or annoyance.The upon it. You are in easy picked over. No part has

t F and the mendacious, let- Florida Press Association held communication with all portions of FERNANDINA, FLA.NOW been reserved in any manner,

ter writer will have their way and their annual meeting at Gaines- Florida. You have a beach almost -' and the whole is open for sale.

their say. Timid people will in without OPEN a Special prices on large tracts.
ville on the 11th inst. A splen- a rival for extent and -

' t is many instances wait for better proof did special car was placed at their smoothness on the Atlantic coast, NEWLY FURNISHED AND PAINTED Timber lands, virgin forests in
' 'of what they believe but will want First-class accommodations. bodies of and
N' service by Receiver Duval, a courtesy close at hand, securing your resi- 50,000 acres up-

assurance doubly sure. which was highly appreciated by dents healthful ocean breezes. Your TERMS $2.OO PER DAY. wards. Lands sold for cash,
1 I'' By another season the freeze will
it the gentlemen of the press. The facilities for perfect drainage; your a Special arrangements by the week or or on long time.

, > be for a the thing future of the of the past orange and less culture fear good people of Gainesville, who freedom from malaria; your ,well" established -' month.'V.G. ELLENWOOD, The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.

never do things by halves'provided' streets, elegant hotel, city- 10 Proprietor. (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
will be felt than
before.
ever There a. generous welcome to' their pros- like shops and stores, ,handsome l JI@_ GRAND OPENING
will be
and there
ought to be a general -
and private residences, numerous
perous enterprising city and
-OF THE-
ft discrediting of the
paper city entertained them handsomely. churches, these cannot be taken
and speculations in town lots. People .. .
away, and are patent to the most C io CENT'STORE e 25 CENT 8 I
who desire to invest in Floida, CANADIAN lumber dealers are now
indifferent
observer. Here, then, :is
R i will not in glad to buy the black walnut -
fence
F blindly invest property the foundation for and all the ele- ..BARGAIN PRICES THAT DEFY EVEN W. K. BAUINIGI-l'l\
} i t they'have never seen. The $5 and rails which farmers split and usedas AGEXT.WHOLESALE .
: w ments of a large, busy and prosperous NEW YORK.
' ; 10 lot schemes we hope will collapse they would any other timber AXD RETAIL
t i i community, except a national VTOTHIXG ABOVE 25 CEXTS. AND STOCK DEALEr
it
n ; and we will have a class of twenty or thirty years ago. The I bank. Its establishment cannot be -I- Call and BUTCHER AXDDealer
see our sayings backed
1 ;l settlers who will buy homes long exposure has seasoned the 111)with in Ice
on good solid
wood thoroughly, and it is valuableas long delayed.I proofs and plain black and white
i i e land and improve, them on condition figures, at the OLD POSTOFFICE BUILD- TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIA LTV
material for have
chair legs, spindlesand but touched, perhaps too
4 Ali and benefit the State. A month other sInal] articles. ING, Second Street, near Centre.SMITH BP.OOM STREET WHARF.
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--J.--&- T. Kydd'a Special Bargains. \ I IlEi'

53 cases good dark Prints at 4J cents per CLEARING OUT
SALE
yard. 1VLcDE ]3Ec 'SI

1 case best Prints at 5 cents per yard.

Selected styles at 6 cents per yard. ""FOR, THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
All wool scarlet Knit Undershirts. at 651 I

cents, worth $1. -IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR-

Brocaded Dress Goods at 15 cents, worth lE'ECI.AL: : : : :1VOTICEr- : : ::

25 cents. ,

10 Job cents lot up.Ladies'Jerseys all. Linen at Towels 50 cents.half price, from IUW, DRY GOODS IN IBB6r\\hll! \\ J. & T. KYDDHAVE .' i


100 pair Pants from $1.50 to $4.00 below

regualr price.
.
New stock of Overcoats, just received DECIDED TO CLEAR OUT THE BALANCE OF THEIR ':.
. FALL AND>WINTER STOCK AT A GREAT REDUCTION, IN
1 froiu$3. UP- : _..i ,
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J. d T K YDD. '" J. ORDER TO MAKE'ROOM FOR THEIR SPRING STOCK.
:2 i i i ( BARGAINS WILL BE FOUND IN EVERY
Gents Furnishing Goods fit DEPARTMENT, INCLUDING
great bargains, at : ::1 '
PAUL FDNKE'S.Boys' 9 @ .. "
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9 CLOTHING SHOES DRESSGOODS
Clothing. :: ',. ". l..t J

$1.50 up to$8.00 per suit. ; immense stock of
:c -k i '
\V. J. LonMAN.Blankets -
:",1'i,, ; [f: : .;' it'I Prints and Domestic Goods. J
and House FurnishingGoods
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DRY GOODS : CLOTHING
York at
at New prices u .i GOOD PRINTS
PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.All : at 4 Cents. BEST PRINTS at 5 Cents.

.1(, 50c.: Dress Goods, 30 25c. Dress Goods, 20 : I
Wool Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Scarlet Flannel Shirts, 80 cents. ; 15c.U 10 10c.U 6 ;

W. J. LOU IAN, and in fact a full line in every Department, of the r

Handsome Presents. LATEST DESIGNS; and as we are able to buy 8 tb GREAT BARGAIN I IN BUCK SILKS I $1 A YARD e .

Handsome presents given away to parties in bulk, we are prepared to offer same at I

buying$10 or more at WARRANTED TO WEARj; SEND FOR SAMPLE.
PAUL FUNKE'S.Casl" .
Buyers v|PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION)? J i' WE HAVE ALSO SPECIAL' JOBS IN Men's', Youths' Ii

and Boys' Clothing, PICKED UP BY OUR BUYER IN NEW -
interest their
their to
Will find it to buy '
:
Dress Goods, Flannels, White YORK CITY. j
Goods Clothing, Woolens, Notions, Shawls, Hosiery, Rush of business prevents our naming specialties. 3S-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to : I
Domestics at All we ask is a trial. Call. and examine our stock r ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. I
W.'J. LOHMAN'S. r'i
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His prices are positively below those of "i..;.;I before purchasing elsewhere. ', J:'. & T.Northeast X Y ::c :c ,. :
competition. < .; J No trouble to show goods at :MODE :BED'S. I
"t. !
'a'' corner Centre and Third Sts., ;

Great sacrifice Winter in Winter Clothing.Clothing at ',''.'''-':'L.,,' ., ... I I i I' NEW YORK O'FICE-83 Walker St. }r FERNANDINA, FLA. I II

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THE4CITY '. 1'r AN"'O"AE.'Y 23, 1886. .t

MODE BRO'S \11. My prices are positively below those of any house and fully i f.

MART 15 to 25 per cent. less than those of any creditconcern. t
QCo
I want the money down ; they give you thirty and .t
.::::!!>1"m
sixty days in which to pay, and make up for the petty privilege by !

} ; ,(m II LEADERS OF LOW PRICES 111, hI" 0 charging upon calling you this ten years'nonsense.compound interest. And yet people insist If.t

M. DOWNEY "I To those who have not bought of me, I would ask their inspection if

0FQ to convince them that I give the BEST GOODS for the money.


Has now opened his large and extensive 1-4t. Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. ar: :Lc> :IIMA: : : rq 05

stock of Foreign and Domestic ... f
CORNER SIXTH AND ASH STREETS.
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DRY GOODSAND CHEAP FOR CASH AT W. J. LQflMAN'S, !

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French and English Cashmeres, Merinos,
,
Alpacas, Delaines,Satines, Lusters, Prints, ::1 DRY GOODS EMPORIUM
Seersuckers,a choice lot of Family Blankets 1 i
,Flannels of all colors (Red:Blue, = CHARLES V. HILLYER .
White, Brown, Olive, Opera etc.,)
Irish Linens, Towels, Napkins, !++......+++-+++++++++ ++++++...... +-+++++++++++++++++++i-+++++ ,
Doileys,Table Linens and Covers FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. y
of beautiful design and yf
finish,Irish and Hamburg NEW WINTER GOODS.
Edgings, Embroideries, OFFICE, S. W. CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.
Laces and Shawls,

F. I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof I:
READY.MADE CLOTHING, Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting of Colored :F'I.1cxE&I: : ::>A. SEJFI.-VXCEJ. 1

Silks Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Blankets are among iMALLORY'S

my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great. variety; .
Broch (plaid and all- STEAMSHIP LINE 1 I
Wool), Broadcloths, Doeskins !
Satinet Jeans. Cotton
Flannels, White Goods, Shirt- PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS -
ings,Sheetings,Gents' Furnishing I.u6rSEMI-VVEEKLY c .ILINGS.
Goods, Hats Caps, Umbrellas, Boys
and Gents'Suits of latest style and fin- Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, I
ish Trunks ,Satchels, Ladies andjents'
,Valises Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to
( Shoes,Gaiters, Hosiery, Ladies and
Children's Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear, be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special .
attention is directed to my large and varied assortment of i'f. !
INGRAIN AND BRUSSELSCARPETINGS


MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING ,f. 1 I I i iiff.'",


Mattings, Rugs, Oil-Cloths, etc. I
which cannot be beaten in ,the city, and which I, am selling at
Also a nice line of Crockery ,Queen's and astonishingly, low -prices.-.: Suits equal to custom-made attone- ;:
China Ware, Goblets, Tumblers, Bowls,
Ewers Dishes half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear and I,
Basins, Butter etc. .
Furnishing Goods of every description.

A NICE LINE OF FURNITURE, .-. ',

Furniture, Chairs Tables, Spring HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES
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Beds, Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, "
and a great variety not mentioned here. Proposed tailings for February and March. 1
for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes,at low prices. In Domestic leave Fernandina,
Steamers leave Pier 20, E.R., at 3 p.m. Steamers p.m.
All the above was purchased by the Proprietor Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and I will not be STEAMERS. LEAVE NEW YORK. LEAVE FERNANDINA.

VERY while recently in New York, at the .undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. : CARONDELET...........................Friday. February 12th. Wednesday, February 17th. .
LOWEST FIGURES, and will be
sold Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEFURNISHING CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..Tuesday, February'16th. Saturday, February 20th. ,
at a small living profit FOR CASH. STATE OF TEXAS....................Friday, February 19th. Wednesday, February 24th.
Having been established in East Florida CARONDELET........................Tuesday, February 23d. Saturday, February 27th.
and since 18,53.and in this city since 18G1,I hope GOODS CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..........Friday, February"2Gth. Wednesday March 3d.
public expect patronage to receive,and will a large endeavor share to of make the STATE)OF TEXAS....... ........._Tuesday March 2d. Saturday, March 6th.
comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
-*-THE CITY MART- call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
...... The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and''UNSURPASSED -
in the future as in the past, one of the most ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
popular Stores in the'city. connections at FERN 'NDIS.' with FERNANDINA '
.I offer my hest thanks for past favors. for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
FUNK DRY G D EMIUM
-IPAUL JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
M. DO\VN EY.Feruandina RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
Nov. 14, 1885. PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
--- LAKE WEIR.
Shoes, Shoes! CENTRE STREET, THROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

Again arrived a new stock of Gent's. Ladies ..... freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
Mists' and Children's Shoes. They i' '. SOUTIIWICK ,
P. W. Agent
are of the finest quality and neatly made. .'Y}:, .:FEE.N.rs.N: J DINA.: : : ,',:.1 /r
li r r ; ': FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
any one can undersell me I want to know't '' p
as I haven't C C. H. MALLORY & CO., it
heard of a single instance up <. ;
to date. W. J. Lonux.L ",?-,*,- ">.;::..J.... "\" ,' -.,'c",....-.,."",:l: ;; <.,-::-.. Pier 20 East River.New York. 51I f
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'THE :FLORIDA MIRROR : FEBRUARY 13. 1886.


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4 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 'Sheriff Q. W. Epperson, Lake Butler. I MADISON COUNTY. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. .=.'. '-C"f": '"" -

Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, () -:,:I CIJ_.
, ; County Madison ()
4M United States Officers. Starke. ti"'ocooy: ==
t Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill, Lake .Notice,,to Tax-Payers. --...S........
Madison.
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LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff S. A. Parramore, :::
/ Bu r. Notice is hereby given to the TaxPayersof "
'' Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison 'ci =
A. Barnes Gainesville.,
ileguter-L. the City of Fernandina (') :4y
BREVARD COUNTY. that I am nowready :
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, =(!) Julm7 '' 0o
receive the: taxes assessed for w-
: mu-
County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison. : =
Surveyor-General-J. F. McClellan. = 0CII
t t Point. __ County Treasurer S. S. Smith, Madison. nicipal purposes for the 'year 1885, at theMayor's =-0 = td

y DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Ret'enueB. V. Wads worth, office, on. Third street. "'O Oo.:,:I = <.... .
i f, ., Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff-M. E. English, Titusville. Madison. *' C. J. WESTBERG, -0 :::,,.. t-3...
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'' Jlarslwl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. City Tax-Collector. :; .c.: ::-r::
Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed,Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY. ...
Fernandina, Fla. Jan. ::I == o '
Clerk-Philip Walter,,Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John H. Laws, ( G.- WebbrManatee.ClerkRobert 28,18s6. () o- toO.
County JUdge-John =
;WSfc.Sw INTERNAL REVENUE. City Point.. S. Griffith;,, Manatee. }"Notice to Contractors. m.; ":to c.2(..)..(()) .'.jT' tg

. l Collector 3. Thompson,.Jacksonville.. CALHOUN. Sheri ft-A. S.-Wateon' Pine Level. ,Proposals will ,be received by the under- = I -to- "'" OF CUSTOMS. County Judge William Clark: Collector of 'Revenue=Henry E. Canton: :,:
COLLECTORS ,
;a. *Vjfflli Clerk-James S. Fannin. signed until Wednesday evening, at 6 .2q.. ()I p= ;: i
John W. Howell, Fernandina. FoSuperintendent o'clock, February 3d, for grading Broome CDCv -
x Sheriff": Joseph S. Stone.Treasurer .' ::'I
of oglsFelix J. Seward I
'pocoaEK
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. street across themarsh between .Seventh : -
J. Richards. ; : : I Ih'
John F. House St. Augustine. Pine Level. and Eighth streets. AL
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Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. MARION COUNTY. obtained Specifications can be ( to"=' :,:I ::I 13a t
on application.
Superintendent of Sch.ools-'V. G. Coxwell. : e.'"f tj -
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9 State Officers. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. JAMES McGiFFiN 'IJ 0 '"f -
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KfMaS&a "= : ::
CLAY COUNTY. Clerk Robert Bullock, Ocala. Chairman Street Committee. -:; :: )
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange heriff-E. T. :Williams, Ocala. Fernandina, :Fla.. Jan. 28, 1886. "('O) () () ...-.[:: n. I

; Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Revenue,V. P. Trantham. _2 =.onA.... bo t:
i Lieutenant-Governor-Milton H. Mabry Clerk-G. N. Brudin,Green Cove Spring. Ocala. Notice. >t'"
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Leesburg., Sheriff James. W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. ,Payne, ALL WHOM IT.,MAY CONCERN : o **-"
TO -Iffl
Secretary of State-John L; Crawford,Tal- Springs.Collector. Fort McCoy. Notice is hereby given that I have been ;;
lahassee. of Revenue-W. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. appointed Administrator of all and singularthe r3 *.-

Kt Comptroller W. D., Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of. 'Schools-Geo. W. Hall, County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. 'goods, chattels rights and credits of P ISScu -tj'Q
'U t. $ ? Treasurer-E. S. Crill.ttorneyGeneralC. McRae. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West.: JOHN C. SNOWBALL, deceased, and all 5'
z' M. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. creditors said'estate., legatees, and persons C e --a
Sheriff A. West.
t George Demerritt, Key :::
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entitled to distribution 'notified r
County Judge-W.M.\ Ives/Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, are to pre- S- C. >
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t 1' ,t. i see.Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. sent their claims'.and 'demands duly at- 5"Q..:=; Zw
w Superintendent of Public Instruction J. Sheriff-C. P.: Farwell,' Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key tested, within two years from this date, and G12c ::I Z

,$) ,. Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. that the same will be barred unless exhib- i '"fQ', ..".. 0Q
vid ited within said period aforesaid.C. ::I =" H
,Adjutant-General Lang. Superintendent of Schools-Vf. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY '"f :-moo:
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A. ::s OQ ..
SNOWBALL. :: 1; .
Lake
City. .
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SUPREME COURT. p .. .. .1",1o
DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Administrator estate of John C. Snowball, 0 ::" t.1
' Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter. deceased.
dina. =' CO) O e.
."Z Associate Justice George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Hart's Road, Fla., December 29th, 1885. ::s Z.sC-"O: ...!: .00..... m

hassee. % Clerk-T.W."Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. dec29 6w _op lAC!-:!>-
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Wm. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- _-Os w
Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. In Justice's Court. ? :: :,: : m

Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott.. Fer- GEO. S. WILSON, Agent, ) Claim, $58.00. o"9 5'J

; f CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. versus \ Bond, $116.00.

&&%% First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, W. F. ANSLEY AND 'VIFE. Attachment. .
g : : sacola. sonville. Evergreen. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
r 4 ?.mj Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County Trea.mree-Gustav Stark, Fernan- YOU writ of attachment has been issued

..s.- : se- Sheriff-Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. ', against you and your property attached, to
r:* r see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. satisfy the demand of Geo. S.Wilson, Agent -..

rat. c : Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. amounting to 5800. Now, unless you shall I

t ville. Collector of Ret'enue-Ioses .1. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. appear before W. S, Livingston, a Justice of :Kif

c4 :; ) I Fifth Circuit Thom F, King, Gaines- Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- the peace in and for Nassau:; County, on .:;,. I' ,,'
I : ville. Superintendent of Schools William H.Bab- lando. March 1st, A. D. 1886, being the appearance : ", ,

; : Sixth G.rrcur.t-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. COCk, Jacksonville. \ I Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks day for said month,judgment will be ren- '

i1':'J 4 '1 Swenth Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. ESCAMBIA. Orlando. pered against you, and your property soldto .,'

Suiveyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando. pay the debt.

Cc urt Calendar County Judge-Walter Tate. Treasurer-C.. Jacobs, Wilcox. GEO. S. WILSON, Agent, .< -:
*%r Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Plaintiff.

..j s_-i Fall Term- S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. .:
r? : Santa Rosa, Monday in October. ,Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm 's. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. .,: .. '
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Softools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff-W. H. Jonson. In the Circuit Court, 'r.. '

Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday 7rea.mrer-F. Seville. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU .-
FRANKLIN.
./ r in October. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. COUNTY, FLORIDA. .. "
1 after 4th County Judge-Robert G. Baker. .- :. .,
4 t Washington, 2d Monday Monday Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. "
'
in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. f i :
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. GEORGE W. BAER In chancery. ,>.i;! ;; L ;-,, ; ,,'
f October. TrCQ.8urer-R. H. Porter. .Tudgeof Probate-T.S. Houghton, Palatka. vs. } ;"''''' .
E a Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Rev nne-Geo e A. Pattoi.. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. MARY ANN BAER] Order, DIvorce.It .

c 3r'f This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. appearing from the affidavit of GeorgeH. ., _... 0_

; ''xs 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Ret'etnte-Joscph Price. Baer the complainant in the above suit

rk' tyy"1 _' Spring Term. County Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, that defendant, Mary Ann Baer, is absent
,r ; f4 THIRD CIRCUIT. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. I Palatka. from said State, and resides in the Districtof
Term- TAYLOR COUNTY.
Spring Mitchell. Columbia-
Thomas
r } Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. Now therefore, it is ordered that said defendant -

.. ; April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff-B. A. Tucker, Perry. Mary Ann Baer, appear and
),h Madison, 2d :Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-G. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. answer or demur to complainant's said bill
; ; Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, of complaint, filed in said Court in the THE FLORIDA '
j4444 .,_ Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry.County. county of Nassau on or before the first

in April.Columbia. County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. Treasurer-D. S. Sutton,Perry. Monday in February being the first day of OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County SUT1eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. said month 1866, and that this order be T j

+ i in April.Lafayette. Sheriff{ Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee Perry. published in the Florida Mirror a newspa
'' F 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. per published in said city of Fernandina, Fernandina,

.. J in April. Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid, County Judge-John Chain. county of Nassau, for four consecutive I
Fall TermTaylor weeks.
c; 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. 11. Shepard. Witness Hon. James M. Baker, Judge of Towns on R. R. Line.

r October. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. said Court and the seal thereof, this 31st
$m'i Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams. day of December, A. D. 1885. And Cedar Key-

Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. JOHN A. EDWARDS,

? a Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff; J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla.

*a" October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto. County Judge)[. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Fernandina Fla., January 2, 1886.
tP Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
xille. tine.ClerkBartolo
October. F. Oliveros St.
:, Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools W. C. Zimmerman Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine.Augustine An OrdinanceFor number of the most eligible and desirable

October. Floral City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Fixing the Rate of Assessment for 'Taxation -

a (,, y, V, FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. far the Year 1885. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
tik ? Spring Term County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau,
St. Johns 2d Tuesday in March. Givens St. Augustine. IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY City or Suburban Residences,
Clerk-W. A. Tampa.
)#*.., ,, Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Sheriff J..P. Martin, ,Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.County BE of Fernandina, That, for the
Bradford Tuesday in April.
Collector of Ret.C7J.ue-'V. J. Martin. Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg purpose of meeting the current expenses of UPON EASY TERMS.
t .. Baker, 2d Tuesday,in April.
v. said city, and the past due indebtedness
Clerk-C. M. Knott Sumterville.
,.. Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. ,
,
thereof for the 1885 also, for the
year ; pur-
Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. Liberal Discounts Values allowed to
+ Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. A.. H. Brownell. I and on
County Judge- pose of establishing Water Works Fire
Collector of Revenue-I. N. Withers Lees-
h t5 Fall Term Clerk T. H. PItman.SherfThomas Protection,'there be raised by levy upon the
"c v 1 E4r St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. ( N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent. real and personal property of the city as parties engaged in manufacturing or in lus-
Schools-C. F. Venable
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of assessed, a tax of thirteen ((13)) mills on the
,'. .' Bradford Tuesday in October. Sumterville. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
; Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. dollar as follows : For current expenses,
a t" Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. nine ((9)) mills : for past due bonds, one ((1))
t? Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge M."W. Phillips, Live Oak.. mill, and for water supply and fire protec- erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
g fe in November. JACKSON. Clerk J.-Vf.;'Newman Live Oak.: '
1 Duval 1st Tuesday tion, three ((3)) mills.
V:+-r,, Sr& FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. First reading December 16th. residence, or in which to conduct their

,, : ? Spring Term ,. ; Clcr'k-Fraulc"Pllilips. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Second reading, December 16th.
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. I'I }Sheriff-AridreW: Scott. Live Oak. Third reading and passed, December 16th.G. business.
Marion, 4th Tuesday mjilarchrv.:' 7 -easuraJames"E;" rc Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A.'W. Mizzell, F. AVERY,
% 'a**%&? Putnam 2d Tuesday after 4th,Tuesday: 5\1" in I,i f 'pl7:10hn B. Anderson. Welborn. President of Council. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -

March. 4&Ajfcsl 1 fc-c.it Supa.ritendcnt of Schools. ._ -Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY. Attest: GEO. E. WOLFF
> : .L. at* ii' *.Ti? .Bl. "* _
&km j Levy, 4th Tuesdayrnftkr.4tn'Tuesd; ': ; q"'in, -. ,,4E uiSON..CbunE : County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- City Clerk. by exemption for a term of years from

:March. ;,.*. ..#.. ,. .J..t...,. t! ;17.: "i ; /_Ju"@" cW.r Lamar, Monticello. prise. Approved'P.. H. POPE.
taxation offered the several cities and
m Alachua, 4th Tuesd t1after'4th''Tuesday i i +D,; ,;BirdjMonticello.Qkr Clerk H. Faulkner, Enterprise. jan14w Mayor. by
in April. i, ; Sheriff :Barton F. Brooke'Enterprise.
;;.Yf.:.rC. Bird,'Monticello. p
: Fall Term ,, ,, Collector Revenue: rT.F. ,Emporia. towns. Apply
IMte h J \ .pj ;Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, ,of : Drudy toCHAS.. W. LEWIS
Sumter 1st TuesdAyJari Octoner.Marion "?Mon cello. ... i., Superintendent of Schools-B. F.i Fox, New

*.y i" 3d Tuesday;;dn"October\ ,: ;i. County'[ '7reasurer-W.-M.: Girardeau, Monticello Smyrna. Fernandina.

s t Putnam 2d Tuesday iri.November.: .' ,. WAKULLA COUNTY. fiJl) XW. $&* Office, Duryee building (up stairs),
Levy, 4th Tuesday in rNpvember.t: ) ,..CotteetbrofReveniic" -:J. H. Tucker, Mon R. -
:after.* : County Judge- S. Smith. corner Centre and First streets.BILLHEADS .
Alachua, 1st Tuesday ,4thh441 Tuesday; ticello.
Sheriff-Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. -
7 in November. t "
SEVENTH CIRCUIT.""".Sw: 'ij LAFAYETTE.' COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. The Best Newspaper in America,

; Spring Term Svfv |w ,.County" 4 J1Y.+ e:;rT.fr.: Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, and by far the Most Readable.

r a Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff :SiPeathersby. Crawfordville.
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Gter -McAlpin, New Troy. County 7rea.mrerW.- W. Walker, Craw- Agents .wanted everywhere to. earn

i Brevard, 1st Monday in :March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew fordville.Collector of Ret'enue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- money in distributing the Sun's Pre- '. "
Dade 3d in
Monday April. Troy. .
miums. ,
fall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New fordville. Y -

l ry Orange, Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. The ,most interesting and advanta- ,. ..-.:.,., -.
', It b: .Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Ret'enue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. offers '' .. .'
I i } Brevard,4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxa-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. geous ever made by any News- :t, .'.: ,
2d Monday in November. Sheriff--John C.McSween.TreasurerJames paper.No. : "

Y LEON COUNTY. E. Bowers. Subscriber i r:>: :.j h r :f. ,. t' ';;:'J. :.: '; .
County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. ignored or neglected. ;1 t '. ; /,
Officers. Collector'of RevenueV. McLeod.: ,
County '. ,, '." ,,
tl John A. Pearce Tallahassee. Sheriff "
C. C. Gunn.- for all.
M Schools Something
t rr Superintendent ;, :, ..
ALACIIUA.t Clerk rC. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. '!.r- ;" :' ; '':''ic' 'J r,181 s."'" .r

I i County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools Henry.N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in .
ville. Tallahassee. Standard Gold and other WatchesValnable -: : ;,::" .: '
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f Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D. D. :Melvin. Books, the Beat Family Sewing Machine <" "' .t:% '" J"\

Sheriff 3. C.Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff-S. W. Davis.Treasurer known to the trade, and unequaled list .
i Revenue-H.C. Denton Gaines- hassee. : : :
Collector of ,
? -Thomas J. Miller. of,objects of real utility and instruction.
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4' ville. LEVY COUNTY.
Roche. '
Collector of Ret'enue-John .
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L" Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. Rates, by Mail, Postpaid .

Gainesville. Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. DAILY, per Year(without Sunday) $6 00 ;
BAKER COUNTY.
Collector Ret'enueW. H. Anderson
of ,
DAILY, per MonthwithcratStinday( ) 50
County Judqe-T.'B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.
i COTTAGE ,
SUNDAY Year I 100
Pons Sr. Sanderson. LUCY per
Clerk-F. J. Superintendent of Schools Jas. P. DePass, _
FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 700
Sheriff-J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson; Bronson. Seventh-St.,near Egmont Hotel,
4v Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed San- LIBERTY. WEEKLY, per Year I 100 .r.

lru derson. County Judge-R. F. Hosford. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. Address, THE SUN, New York City.
; Superintendent of Schools-Wm. Lessene Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. s '" "

t 1r' Sanderson. Sheriff D. G. Harrell. .. Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished,withor
t" BRADFORD COUNTY. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. -. without board. Table Boarders will be MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING :NOTE-HEADS, LET-

e t r', y GnurrtyJudge-.I. n.. Richard, Lake Butler J Collector of Retellue-L. G. Wilder. 'accommodated,: also transient. 'THE is noted for the artistic manner etc., neatly printedat
.a. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. Gregory. .2 : .' Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. In which it executes all kinds of Printing. the MIRROR office.


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SEA-ISLAND-- ROUTE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL' 'I R. S. SCHUYLERARCaITEOT, Savannah,Florida&Western R'y. Ar. Interlachen........... 6.10am 4.06pm

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

R. G. :McQUITTY : : WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka...:.............. 7.40 a m 5.10 p m

MERCHANT TAILOR -, Ar. Jacksonville.......... 1.22pm 7.12pm
THE KEY LINE STEAMER, All trains of this road
are run'by Central
TRAINS LEAVE .
FOR BUILDING OF ALL GAINESVILLE.For
Has removed his business to the rooms over DESIGNS ((90th) :Meridian time which is 33 minutes
Meddaugh's grocery store, on:Centre street. with Plans, Details, Spe- slower than Jacksonville, time. Ocala,'Leesbnrg_... ............ ) Fast Mail
He has received an assortment of seasonable cifications, and Superintendence.? For Pemberton's Ferry...........}[ .

goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto and after For Astor................... ............ 11.45 a m
make them to suit all tastes in the \ ON Sunday, May 3d, 1885, For palatka.............. Ex. Sun. ..............
up Trains will leave and
best style. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, follows arriveas For Jacksonville......}[ ............ ...... ......
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Ifs*Repairing neatly done. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. For St..Augustine.... 3.00am 2.05pm

Fernandina, Fla. July 12 18g4.G MERCHANT TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.
., COMMISSION Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m
ST. NICHOLAS, -AND- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............ ) Fast Mail

\ A. RYDER, Arrive at Callaahn daily! at............ 8:08 a m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............}} ......_......
CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. Manufacturer'of Southern Pine Lumber, Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:00 a m From Ocala................ ............ 3.05pm

-.PRACTICAL- Arrive! at Thomasville daily! at...... 1:30 p m From palatka...........1 Ex. Sun. ......_......

, BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHTCORNER "-7 BY ,THE CARGO, Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... > ......_...... ......_......

\ FITTED UP IN APPLE PIE ORDER. ,Arrive Chattehoochee; daily at... 3:50 p m From St.Augustine...) 9.30pm 12.45pm

RECENTLY BROOME AND SECOND STS.WE For Domestic or Export Trade, Arrive at'Pensacola daily at..........10:05; p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.

.- Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta-
ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m tnla, etc.:

PLYING Savannah regularly between the Fernandina and all work entrusted to our Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg...........................10.30 a m
upon following care promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill: Work send for our Select List of cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg.................... 4.45pm
schedule carefully Done at reasonable rates. WoodWork ADVERTISERS Geo. P. RoweU &; Co. cola. Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only-after
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LEAVE FERNANDINA every Monday, in all of its branches, at living prices 10 Spruce Street, New York. i Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- noon trip : '

Wednesday and Saturday, p. m., upon Savannahthe arrival and at short notice.HorseShoeing., wick take this train, arriving at Brunswick Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 pm
of evening trains, arriving at RAILROADS. via.B. &.W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m.

following mornings. a Specialty. .Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this .

LEAVE SAVANNAH every Sunday, -* Furniture repaired, repainted, stainedor train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .
Tuesday and Thursday, p. m., and reaching varnished. Wire Safes made to order at and New Orleans.
Fernandina the following mornings. short notice.A Florida Railway & Navigation Co Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa &

Connections at Savannah with all rail share of the public, patronage solicited. ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. Key West Railway and fast river steamersfor

lines,and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Respectfully, Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville St. Augustine/Green Cove Spring, Jacksonville -
&Savannah vessels to and from New York J. A. RYDER. to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST and all points North, East and
and IJostgn, and at Fernandina with trains' THE! KEYLINE, West, and with upriver steamers for South
for all Florida points. :MAIL. Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron

A. o. MACDONELL, CURTIS &: CO. EMBRACING THE WESTERN, CENTRAL AND Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30: p m steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship ;
Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., SOUTHERN DIVISIONS. :Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m "City of Monticello," for Charleston, New

Fernandina, Fla. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00: m York, Boston, Philadelphia, etc.

D. E. MAXWELL; ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA CENTRAL ((90xn MERIDIAN) TIME. ONE HOUR Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m Mail trains make close connection both 4,
General Superintendent, Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West !
Fernandina, Fla. Loans procured, Mortgages negotiate d.ex- SLOWER THAN WASHINGTON, I). C. Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Railway,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast I

changes effected. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m Line-Fast Mail. t t
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 I
-USE- acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JAX. 10,1886. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
acres, for sale. Arrive at Washington D.b., daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &

N. B._"St. Mary's having been selected -- Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savannah i
C. A. WOOLSEY'SJERSEY as the terminus of the Atlantic&Mississippi Pullman Palace ;Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, 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 East and West; and with Florida Railway :

ment by General Gillmore), charters for the "a" means A. M. time. "p" means P. M. time. FLORIDA EXPRESS. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key, :1

CITY construction of which having been grantedby Leave Jacksonville at........... Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa. t,
the United States Government and the Read down. Read up daily 7:20 p m At Ocala, with Florida Railway & Navigation ;,
7.30 a .Tackso1vil1 .Ar 8.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m
r. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large 8.14 a 0.. Lv Baldwm! ............::..Ar ;; 7.53 p Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35: p m Company, and hacks for Silver t;'
increase in the value of adjacent lands may 941 a.. Lv Lake City.. ............Ar YJ 6.13 P Spring.
Leave Gainesville ...
LEAD m daily at... ...... 6.00 m
-WHITE: : : p At with St. John's &
be confidently looked for. (See New YorkSun,27383J 10.36 a J Lv Live Oak..Ar ; c 5.14 p Leesbnrg the Lake
11.14 a SSJ Lv Madison.Ar !; ::t 3.53 P Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55pm Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
12.15 P :;:: IN l\Ionticello..Ar tel 2.10 P Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:00 pm Railway, and boats on Lake Harris for
2.12 P 8 Lv lahassce.....:;.,.Ar !; : 1.15 p Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p m lake.
-AND- Post-Office Notice. 3.20pb; : Lv Quincy............:.....Ar p.S" 12.01 P Arrive at Jesup daily at..............12:55: a m points At Pemberton's on Ferry with Hack Line
4.00 P Ar River Junction..Lv := CD 11.20 a ,
4.55 p toy 15 Ar Marianna..............Lv :=0' 10.49 a Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort Dade,
: Hours From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. 1 1. '
Office >
Arrive at Albany daily at..10:30
7.00 P "a.Q Ar DeFnniak SpringsLv 'g ::. 8.40 a a m Tampa, and South Florida.
Sunday hours, 10:30: A. 1>1. to 11:30 A. M. 10.35 p 'g Ar Pensacola.Lv S-g 5.05 a Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00: a m 0. W. BROMWELL
READY-MIXED PAINTS Money Orders and Registered Letters from 3.10 a .- Ar Mobile..................Lv ;; 12.20 a Arrive at Macon daily at.............. 8:50 a m General Pass. ,
8:00 to 1:00 and from 2:00 M 8.15 a' i4 Ar New Orleans..Lv 7.00 P Agent.
A. M. p. M.; p. fo 000 Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m
SHERMAN CONANT
to 3:30 p. III.ARRIVAL 6.50 a M a Ar Montgomery.-.Lv g g: 8.40 P Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m ;II
7.25 P :a Ar ashville.............Lv CC/J 6.55 a General Manager. .
AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. 1.40 a ....:= Ar E\"ansville..Lv :: 1.00 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m :.'
JO"THEY ARE THE BEST. a I Transit & Peninsular Railroad 8.00 a b Ar St.Louis..Lv ;::37. 7.15 P Arrive at Washington daily..10:30 a m e)d
Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45 p. )I. 2.20 a .:= a: Ar Louisville...:.... : ;:.Lv !(!) 1.00 a Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide.
Brings mails from the North the 6,3i: a d Ar Cincinnati..Lv :;; 8,45; p :
9.45 a c Ar Indianapolis .........Lv 0 3.50 P Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via I
Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular ... .. ....... The Traveler's Guide is the ;
10.55 a Ar Chicago ... Lv 1 3.45 P Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping [ as heading 1
railroads. Cars via Jesup Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of infor-
XALSOMINE"All Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. ,
...........10:00 I
Closes daily except Sunday : A. M. Connections mation to the To be
Baggage checked through. at Atlanta with Western and traveling public. relia- tl
Takes mails for the North, the Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and ble, it should be correct. The managers of ,
Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular Railroads for all the different railroad and steamer lines will :
S h des 50 CENTS per Pack- Georgia points West and :'
roads.Leesburg Northwest. *" greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
arrives ......... 8:40 Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line
ge of Five Pounds. train daily A. M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- by notifying us of changes made in the run- :,
Brings Western mail only. North and East. ville to Louisville via Thomasville. ning time, when they will be promptly cor- i
Fernanama & Jacksonville Railroad-
Tourists this Route reach important Connections Montgomery' with Louisville rected.] ,
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by can nearly every .
Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:15 A. M.
in Florida --
point which can be and .Nashville Railroad for New i
the Jacksonville and St.John's iI
I Brings said of no other Line.
FOR SALE ATE Orleans and Texas points and the West and TRANSIT t PENINSULAR RAILROAD. :
river mails. The most direct route to all points North, East Northwest. At Savannah with Central
o Closes daily except Sunday..10:30 A. M. and West. The Quickest Possible Tune, the most Railroad of Georgia for all points West and Day Passenger Train leaves .:
Sunday JailJacksonville Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. For Cedar Key and Wild wood,and
L. ARNOW'S and St.John's River, Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail- all points on Transit Road........10.00 a.m.
Read down. Read for all points North with steamshipsfor
arrives...................................10:25 A. 1>I. 10.20 4.15 Lv up way Savannah and all points North
Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. M. 11.50 a a 6.10 p p Ar Callahan.Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.00 7.50 a a 3.55 2.30 Charleston New York with, Boston steamships and Baltimore.for New York At, and West................................10.00a.m. ;
Xo. 43 CENTRE STREET. Jacksonville,St. John's River and 12.20: p 8.25 p Lv Jacksonville..Ar 6.20 a 2.50 and (connecting at Callahan.)

the North, closes....................... 6:00 A. M. 1.15 p 9.20 p Ar Baldwin......_Lv 5.25 a 2.00 Philadelphia Baltimore sold all For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
Tickets Rail
Jacksonville and St. John's River ft 11.15 a LvWithlacoochee.Ar 10.45 a Through to points by points on the Florida Central &
f* 11.35 a Lv St. Catherine.J\.rl0.25a and Steamship connections, and Baggage
i I only, closes.............................. 4:00 p. M. 12.25 a Lv PanasoSkee...Ar 9.35 a Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths Western Railroad..10.00 3.m.
GEORGE F. LEWIS, $geat.Warranty SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. .........J.0.30a Lv Tampa..._......Ar 1.40 p........... and sections secured at Company's office inAstor's (connecting at Baldwin.)
4.45 a 6.00 p Lv Orlando..Ar 8.50 a 10.10 Train arrives
p Day Passenger
6.30 a 8.25 p LvTavares.........Ar 5.45 a 8.25 p Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot From Cedar Wildwood and
and Mortgage Deeds. OCH *SON'S 6.56 a 8.56 p Lv Leesburg........Ar 5.08 a 8.02 p Ticket Office, and on board People'sLine Key, ,
Transit Road... 3.55
all the
7.24 a 9.40 p Lv Wildwood..Ar 4.15 a 7.29 p Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE points on p.m
LINEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN Celebrated Fashion Catalogue 8.29 a 11.15 p Lv Ocala.............Ar 3.00 a 6.25 p and JENNIE LANE. From Savannah and all points in

sent upon receipt of 2-cen SENT FREE user.Spring l86! ,ready and March Sum- 8.48 a ......... Lv Silver Spring.A.r ......... 6.00 p JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55p.m.
stamp. AddressFLORIDA 10th,to any address. Illustrates and lists 9.46 a 12.45 a Lv Citra..Ar 1.33 a 4.57 p General Passenger Agent.R. From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
MIRROR, every thing for Ladles'.Gents',Childrens' 11.02 a 2.24 a Ar Waldo..Lv 11.58 p 3.35 p Florida
all the Central
2G Fernandina Fla. and Infants' wear and Housekeeping 6.40 a 11 Lv Cedar Key......Ar ......... 5.10 p G. FLEMING, Superintendent. points on
Goods,at prices lower than those of any 8.36 a if LvBronson........._Ar ......... 5.49 p & Western Railroad................ 3.55p.m.
house In the United States. Complete 9.11 a Lv Archer...........Ar ......... 5.16 p Passenger Train leaves
FIXE PRINTING. SEND YOUR ":.factiou guaranteed or money re 10.05 a ......... Lv Gainesville.....Ar ......... 4.25 p Florida Southern Railway,. Co. Night .
... ..
FOR funded. H. C. F. KOCH & SON, For Wildwood.............. ....... 5.00p.m.
ers to the MIRROR office. 6th Ave. & 20th St., A. Y. City. 11.08 a 2.30 a Lv Waldo.Ar, 11.50 p 3.25 p i.
For Savannah and all points North f"
11.43 a 3.14 a Lv Starke-..........f.Ar 11.10 p 2.53 p ORANGE BELT ROUTE.
12.06 p 3.48 a Lv Lawter...........Ar 10.43 p 2.35 p and West................................ 5.00 p.m.
1.25 p 5.30 a Lv Baldwin-........Ar 8.55: p 1.25 p (connecting at Callahan.)
2.22 p 7.30 a Ar Callahan.........Lv 7.15 p 12.25 p GOING SOUTH.
8.45 p 1.25 p Ar Savannah........Lv ......... 7.01 p Accom. Fast Mail. Night Passenger Train arrives ;t
10.45 a......... Ar Atlanta...... ...Lv ......... 3.30 p Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
6.50 a......... Ar Cincinnati,.......Lv -......... 8.47 p Jacksonville via all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a. m. -
1.53 ........ Ar Charleston.. ..Lv L 3.00 a ,
a. From Savannah and all points in ,r
.. ... J. T. & K. W. R'y................... 7.45 a m
6.55 p......... Ar Richmond Lv Gi 10.49 a
Lv. St. via. the North and West.....-............ 9.453. m.
11.56 p ....._ ArWashington.Lv; 6.00 a Augustine .
11.30 a......... Ar Baltimore......'Lv 4.10 p St. John's Railway................. 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and ,
4.40 a......... Ar Philadelphia.Lv 12.20 p Lv. Palatka 'Fla. Sou'n 4.50 m 9.45 a m all points on Florida Central &
8.00 a......... Ar New York........-Lv 9.00 p jAr.Interlachen, ........... 6.30pm p 10.50am Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m.

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

7.20 a 2.50p Lv Fernandina..._Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p ,Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 p m 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily, except SundayFor -

H. B. AIKENS 8.45 a 4.35 p Ar Jacksonville.....Lv 9.45: a 5.10 p 'Lv. Rochelle............... 9.05 p m 12.20 p m Jacksonville......................... 7.20 a. m. t

(SUNDAYS ONLY) ,Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 p m For Jacksonville ........................ 2.50 p.m. !
7.00 a 3.30 p Lv Fernandina-...Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p ,Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p m Train arrives daily, except Sunday- f
8.26 a 4.56 p Lv Jacksonville..Lv 9.10 a 5.30 p Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 m
p From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.
PARLOR Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville...................... 6.36p.m. i
ELEGANT SLEEPING AND CARS Ar. Leesbn ............... 7.00 a m 3.55 p m Sunday only-

: HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERFERNADII1A : gomery between and Jacksonville Orlando, and and Jacksonville Orlando and and Mont-New Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm From Jacksonville ....................10.36 a.m. ,
Orleans. -. Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 pIn From Jacksonville ..................... 6.56p.m.

CONNECTIONS : :Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m. c

\ At Silver Spring with 'Ocklawaha:steamers for & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p.m. !

r Palatka and all landings; at.St. Catherine with Ar. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.45 p rn MALLORY LINE.
Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry,
........ ............ 4.55
Brooksville, ,BartowandTampa;at Leesburgwith Lv. Fort Mason.... p m For New York direct, every Wednesday ;wand
steamers for landings,on< Lakes Harris, Ar. Altoona............... ............ 5.30 p in Saturday evening.
FLORIDA. Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida .Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45pm From New York direct, every Tuesdayand rr
Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Or- Lv. Fort Mason...........10.00 a m 5.00 p m Friday eveing, at 3.00 p.m.
lando with South Florida Railroad for all aS
their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat pointson Ar. Eustis..................10.10 a m 5.10 p m CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
Company, for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon Ar. Tavares................10.40 a m 5.30 p mAr.
Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc. .'Lane Park.............11.00 a m 5.45 p m For Jacksonville and Palatka, by City of
Palatka or City Monticello,every Monday .
GOING NORTH. and Thursday. From Charleston same days.

MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Daily. Fast Hail. For Charleston, by same steamers, every G
Steamer express: leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Daily. I Sunday and Wednesday. From Palatka and

days and Saturdays at 5.10p. m.,connecting with Lv.Astor .................... ............ 7.30 a m Jacksonville same days.CIDIBERLAND. a.
the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sailing Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m I,
semi-weekly for New York direct. ROUTE.
Lv. Altoona................ 8.50 a m
PPAPER .llANGllIGLALSOINING4PAINTING $ SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Lv. Tavares................_ 3.50 p m 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Bruns-
Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and Lv. Eustis:.:::............... 4.20 p m 9.15 a m wick daily at............................ 2.30 p.m.
Savannah, leaves Fernandina Mondays. Wednes- (connecting at Brunswick withE.
days and Saturdays, upon arrival of evening Ar. at Fort Mason from
T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand
trains, arriving at Savannah the following morn- ,Lane Park................ 4.30 p m 9.20 a m
ing. Leave Savannah Sundays, Tuesdays and Ar. at Fort Mason from Western points.)
Thursdays, m., reaching Fernandina the following SteamerThos.Collyerfrom Bruns-
p. Astor_..................... 9.40
a.m. Connections at Savannah with all a in wick daily at..........................12.15 p.m.ST. .
rail lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Lv. Fort Mason.?......... 9.50 a m
and Savannah vessels to and from New York and Ar..Leesburg............... 10.35 a m MARYS RIVER.
Boston, and at Fernandina with trains for all Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
OF ALL KINDS Florida points. Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 a m
Tuesday
For St. :Marys and Crandall,
.............. 10.25am
'FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Ar. Leesburg. ........ 3.00
and Friday............ ... p.m.
Connections made at Fernandina every Sundayand Ex.Sun. For St. Marys and Dungeness, on
DONE Thursday with the Florida Steamship''Com- Lv. .............. 6.30 10.45 m .
AT REASONABLE RATES AND IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER. pany for Charleston, New York and Boston. Leesburg p ni a Wednesday and Saturday..... ... 2.00 p.m.
Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m 11.18 a m For St. :Mary's and King's Ferry,

BRUNSWICK AND INLAND S. B. CO. Ar. Ocala....................10.30 p m 12.25 p m Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.
Connects at Fernandina daily from'and to Micanopy............... 2.45am 2.05pm Steamer Martha arrivu-
Brunswick and ,Steamer
Collyer leaves at 2.00 coast p. points. Thos. Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 ant ,2.35pm From St. Marys and Crandall, on

m.A.. o. MACDONELL, Lv. Rochelle................ 3.50 a m 2.40 p m Monday and Thursday............_ 7.00 a.m. j
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SHOP LOCATED SWANN'S CONCRETE BUILDING; General Passenger and Ticket .Agent, Jackson- Ar.'Gainesville............. '4.20 a m 3.05 p m From St. Marys and Dungeness,

.., .. ,-. ville, Fla. W. O. COLEMAN, I v. Gainesville.......:. 3.00 a m 2.05 p m on Wednesday and Saturday..._ 9.00 a.m
Gen. Trav.Aft.,.Jacksonville,Fla. Lv.,Rochelle ...............' 4.00 a m 2.55 p m From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
FOOT OF CENTRE STREET .. .. '" D. E. MAXWELL, GeI1."Sup't.,Fernandina,Fla. Ar. W it's Crossing....... 4.40 a m 3.24 p m Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.m x

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'! 'Connecting the F. and J. With theCentral. OUR 'WATER SUPPLY. EGMONT HOTEL t.
t THE FLORIDA MIRROR. ,
! 1 fii understand. :Mr. Carnegie will

., !lf' Receiver II. R.Duvalof the Florida Rail- FERNANDINA, FLA. Fresh
Garden
a! I soon have,an artesian well bored at Seeds
f ,11.00.A. rEAII; #7.00 FOR SIX MONTHSReflections. way and Navigation system, has petitionedthe I ,
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his beautiful residence at ,
:#' country
.. to NOW OPENDER
for
United States
: 1" court permission _,2S CROP OF '85 -
,,irt tt J... m'F.t use the $30,000 first mortgage bonds of the Dungeness. Why cannot our city

lrti r;', V.,;(w '\..'; -- Jacksonville and Fernandina branch of that authorities.embrace the opportunity ENTJBELY NEW MANAGEMENT. In papers or in bulk, at

L it ip .;j vifl To-morrow is St. Valentine's Da). system, and which are now held in trust for having a six-inch well bored hereat .n

::.r 4 fii Gen. Wm. Austin, of New York city, is this purpose, in the construction of the two "VTEWLY PAINTED.AND THOROUGHLY FRED W. HOYT & CO'S

,f J+,,.... : :.t; again a guest of the'Eginont.Mr. miles of' the.road necessary to connect that the same time. The contractorno _Ll renovated ; magnificently furnished ;
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..' : :.J sunlight.in every room ; Gas/Oral Anun-
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i (';t; '. : W. J. Woodward, the efficient acting branch with the main line of the road on doubt would undertake it on favorable ciators, Hot and Cold Water Baths, Steam- ,

::; :h :i .Secretary of the Board of Trade, has been the west side of the city, and also for the terms. The Windsor hotelat heated and open Fireplaces.UNSURPASSED -

lt: .! '1 I confined to his bed the past week. condemnation of the right of way. The J Jacksonville has a well With such CUISINE : .>, -
t-f. .t'r it '
: Chance
court referred the matter to Master in
.I' )Jf f The Board of Trade meets at the office of a head of water as to enable it to fill .
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;; .. t l J..11 Major W. B. C. Duryee on :Monday next, at J.H. Durkee, to exaniiuenihe papers and complete comfort of guests assured.A. .

!1{ ;1( noon. A full attendance is requested. and report thereon. Should this petition: the elevator of the hotel and supplythe H. HASKINS, :Manager. Corn Oats Hay Bran

be finally granted, it will give the Flor- upper stories with water. If a ,
ff.1 The matter of the withdrawal of the
.i j 1 r' Charleston line of steamships from this port ida Railway and Navigation system a direct hotel can afford a well for such pur- Building1 Material.BRICK
: b' 'i line through Jacksonville to Fernandina, MIXED FEED, RICE FLOUR, ETC.
t E:' 'r' :fI1 will be laid before the Board of Trade. and greatly aid the rapid transportation fa- poses, why cannot our city at uace I

::' }1 Mftt;! The Mallory steamship San Antonio was cilities or the road.Shipment8. make arrangements for the supply
the LIME, PLASTER, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
a I' :.+ ... detained until yesterday morning bay I of water to the city. The 'water
k y.. .t.f. account of the heavy fogs prevailing.
.. {.1. on from This Port. -
CEMENT SHINGLES
; '\ ... rents would more than pay the cost NAILS,
;,t ,"; Dr. W. E. Fraser, homoeopathic and hy During the past week the following ship- I I FRED W. HOYT & CO.
of
maintainance
:, ::;.i1it.: dropathic physician, has located permanently ments were made from this port via the New and the health and SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,

.'-" ,*! in Fernandina. See his card elsewhere York and the Charleston steamship lines: comfort off e citizens would be pro-
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?l. ,,xfiA' .1 Per Mallory steamship Carondelet, for moted. The rate of insurance wouldbe PAINTS AND OILS.

:;';t lfr i Mr. Frank W. Simmons, the local agent New York, Feb. 6-334 packages oranges, lessened and we could be able to FRED W. HOYT & CO. Retailers of TobaccoCAN

; .I here of the Florida Railway & Navigation 100 barrels rosin, 108 cases cedar, 27 bales have handsome public and private

"; I ; 1 Company, will occupy the building formerly cotton, 10 bales moss!:, and 36 packages mer- -

::';\.t't', t;":"" k used for the general offices. chandise.Per gardens, and to<')keep the dust downin SAVE MONEY n1'nU\"IXt:
") ::1 When
You
Paint
P';*-* '. -t"III* Mrs. Conant, who has been visiting! her Mallory steamship San Antonio for our streets in windy weather and FROM US.

l" 'rtfEm.' ; brothers, Messrs. Chas. W. and George F. New York, Feb. 11-170 bales cotton 380 many other obvious advantages --

f i : E ., Lewis, in this city, for some weeks, left for cases cedar, 28 packages fish, and 23 pack- would occur. A tax has been levied, USE THE BEST PAINTS. THE WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE OR FOUR

V1'. ;':;.r' aYfi ; her home in Jersey City by the steamship ages merchandise. let FIRMS IN THE STATE THAT BUY
'I. now us see prompt action on the II. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare
!,i !c'y.,' '' San Antonio last Thursday.
'!It .''':'I'I o Sirs. Grundy Says part of the council. LORILLARD'S
:':"!}i..., At the meeting of the Fernandina Fire acknowledged to be of superior quality, GOODS
That the wounded and hearts
,':f :.,,: ?ri Department, held at their hall on Tuesday fluttering ? !
A Card. <' DIRECT FROM THE
# and MANUFACTURERST
.. have been patronizing Nix all this week, will cover much more than cheaperand
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uniform for the
r.t1)'i'; evening last, a was adopted
St. Valentine having made havoc Major W. B. C. Duryee and Mr. E. G.
r.
... "-, boys. It consists of a red shirt, black pants, among brands.
.. $ *V4li' the innocents Brown will please accept thanks and grati- lighter Sold only by ; -GET OUR QUOTATIONS.
] *..v5sii. 14 white belt and hat. ;
derby
: .: tude for
tailor repair 'upon my residence, injuredby
$ I That now is the time to tell your .
; : ",7 b Col. John W. I carte, one of Atlanta,' that you will be sued before you pay his a cyclone. Also, the dear ladies and FRED W. HQYT & CO. FRED W. HOYT & CO.

'; 'J" <. : Georgia's, most energetic insurance men, is bill the Mirror for much kindness.

JJ.. : : :r.' .1---f' .. taking solid comfort and rest at the Egmont That; if you are sweet on that candy- Very respectfully,
s f Hotel. He is a moving and popular spirit 'l'E.. P. BROWNE.
i :'1f a : maker, send him a valentine asking him if
M'J : in social circles at this house.
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( .. '1 he is in need of more Masses; Masonic.
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'I:' ,i..r;; ';*; Messrs. Chess, Carley & Co., of Jacksonville That if you have fallen in love with a Amelia Lodge \o. 47, F. & A. M., meets FRED W HOYT & CO.FFFFF

;,.J r. 7 rr are putting up for their use a storage pretty clerk send her a neat little something, in regular communication on Monday eve .
ning next, at 7 o'clock, standard time. All
"!Ir. .'"" .If'.i;": ti f', building on the corner of Second and Beech yard wide, all wool and fast colors; Master Masons good standing are invited.

.$.. {"!:''''' ". streets. They intend making, Fernan That if you want to pay a grudge and de- Lodge room on the corner of Second and

E\ t ;;'t ; tuna the distributing point for their oils. rive no satisfaction out of it, send a comic Broome streets second story.
J .. U U RRRR NN :N II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEE
: .. excursion rates for tourists and valentine
Cheap
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: The Boston Photo Company are doing arushing F U UR RNN Nil T U U R RE
., ,., '4";:. .: .. .1\\ prospectors have been arranged by A. 0. That it is hoped Washington com- business. Orders are pouring in F U UR RNN NIl T U UR REF

: ." :: ; :'.: ', '; McDonell, general passenger agent of theFlorida mittee will call on the President "in a rapidly, chiefly for cabinet photos. Wehave U U R RN, N NIT T U U R RE

)-$ ; '' '* Hallway Navigation company, between body," for several of the members are rather examined their samples and advise our FFFF U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEE
; Jacksonville and Tallahassee and readers who wish first-class work to call at F U URRNNNIITU TJ R R E
r'; ': ..t ji5]. thin and he might see through the schemeif
once, <-3 a good opening has occurred in an- F U UR RN NNII T
U UR
iIfI'v"::: f": (: Monticello. These rates ($5.00 for the round they called individually ; where will RE
it.t': other town, they go as soon as I" U U R RN NNII T U U R REF
.c"h- $ trip) are in effect Wednesday. That there is the
every no discounting loyaltyof
'f." possible. ______ UUU R R N NN II T UUU R R EEEEE
Lv .,. 'J'(4 S.t; The Charleston line of steamers City of Island citizens. He numerously patron- MARINE.

r.' :.... ", ':f Palatka and the City of Monticetto, have izes the Jacksonville hotels, but he never -

t{" t stopped calling at this port. The City of ,: fails to register in bold hand that he is from Port of Fernandina.HIGH .

i-j Palatka has been chartered to run between I Fernandina ; WATER.
; 3i ........... 2:36A.M. 3:06P.M. Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second.
3.
) That "tho' lost to to dear"is I Saturday, Feb. ]
ttt, Jacksonville and Nassau, N. I The City of sight, memory Sunday, 14........... 3:40 4:10 ,
'" ; Monticdlo will make semi-weekly trips between an appropriate mention of the F. R. & N. Monday, 15........... 4:47 5:15 .'
e Tuesday 16............ 5:53" 6:19 II
11t ji: :: ;; :: Charleston and Palatka. officers; Wednesday," 17............ 6:53: 750 "
of ........... 8:14 "
If." .J." That "faith is the substance things Thursday, 18 7:47 :
:r '!' 14lt Mrs. It. D. Whitson, the brilliant and Friday, 19............ 8:36 9:06 -
.;,l .:'. t1', :fJ8'' vivacious authoress of"Away Down South"r hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. ENTERED.
"Faith an' wouldn't it be for !
..' *t .:'"5!.: and other remarkable productions in the interest a good name Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dil wood.from Bruns-
> r' t" this city? wick, Georgia, daily.
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t\ :.: > of our State and its progressive cities, Steam-packet St.Nicholas, Usina,from Savannah
J That the school does
., '} has been enjoying the comforts of the Eg- new public building Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
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oI: >; j., not progress as rapidly as it ought; and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. & N.)
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;, ". ':"-:' 1 mont Hotel. The lady expresses wonder Feb. 6-Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from T
:. y .. t -a.' and admiration of Fernandina in general, That but three months of public schooling New York; freight and passengers, to
I during the is a disgrace to section R. W. Southwick, agent.
,k'r' "] and her citizens in particular. year, any Feb. 11steamshipSan Antonio, Wilder, from I I i
that pretends to be civilized; New York; freight and passengers to
.. f.'j! The building at the foot of Beech street
f' R. W. Southwick, agent.
I That Rev. Mr. Chandler should have the
,'.to.+r.' fi.!:'I'>'...;.'a.; 1' formerly occupied by the general officers oft thanks and support of every one who cares CLEARED. WHITNER & SCHDYLER
J' 'a;.: the Florida Railway and Navigation Company Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Brunswick -
for the education of their childrenin his
en- Georgia, daily.
-tr ..t, iJ't"'' looks deserted since the removal of \
t. ;,* )'\i..l deavor to continue the school as a private Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah
L}'. .: '.,: '} thcis offices to Jacksonville this week. :Mr. institution Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight CONSTANTLY MAKE ADDITIONS TO THEIR STOCK OF I
; ; and passengers by Key Line (F. N. Co.)
1. John Hedges was the only one this week
Feb. 6-Steamship Carondelet. John. Risk for
1 That there was to be an artesian well bored
( x : who, in lonesome solitude, soliloquized over New York; freight and passengers, by
.T.**" somewhere in this city. Does anyone R. W. Southwick. agent.
V JJjI.tt. the departed glory of the old building, in Feb.Steamship City of San Antonio.Wilder, STAPLE ID FANCY GR GERIE
know where when if ?
: : which the principal business of this system or or ever for New York; freight and passengers, I
That until after the next city election no by R. W. Southwick, agent.
1.r 4'!:f 1 has been carried on since its early in- Feb. 8-British bark Ironsides, Fortin, Buenos
r, efforts to street brawls, gunning in
suppress ; lumber, by C. H. Huot.
1.tI )X ;, cipiency. city limits or slinging stones or committing 8-British brigantine Aeretas, Bodewis, Ro- -AND-
'l sario A. R.; lumber, by J. C. Read.
\ The Hotel is
.E. elegant Egmont entertaining other nuisances, need be expected; 8-Schooner Seventy-Six, Montgomery, in
jt :+ ;'L in splendid style the following prominent That the order-loving citizens had bettersee ballast, to Charleston to load. TABLE DELICACIES 94*
New
Haskell, Haskell,
9-Schooner S. G.
i ;: ; people: R. Lukens, Jr., of Philadelphia; C. that there is a council unanimous in Haven Conn. ; lumber, by Payne, i

itf;. : L. Parker, C. J. Colter, of New York; Mr. Cook & Co.
do
.t'/:11 inclination to for the
,lI. / I, something city; Schooner Jennie Rosalind, Sexton, Saint IMPORTED VEGETABLES IN GLASS,
: I and Mrs. E. W. Adams, of New York City; That a late publication entitled, "Letters Lucia, W. I.; lumber, by Mizell&:Bro.

;,1" gbt ,{ :;Pr: John W. Pearce, of Atlanta, Ga.; Rev. B. F. From Hell," is having a large sale in the VESSELS IN PORT. DOMESTIC VEGETABLES IN GLASS,

I t : I Brown, of Lewiston, Penn; Mr. and Mrs. ambitious but unprincipled city of Jacksonville British brig Alfred Young, Bermuda. IMPORTED FRUITS IN GLASS,
Al bark Livingston, Bowitz, Buenos
'A.)]\r.t\J.! Joshua Hill* Lexington, Ky.; :Mr. and Mrs. ; Ayres.Norwegian DOMESTIC FRUITS IX GLASS,

i A. M. Rumble, of Danbury, Ct.: Mrs. Jas. Schooner Meyer&:Muller, Perkins.
That the residents of that
summer city
Schooner Eleanor, Poole, Perth Amboy. IMPORTED SOUPS IN GLASS,
M' ; \V. Oakley and sister, Miss Annie Oakley .
\ ; &: have a kindly feeling towards the authorof Schooner Lucy Garretson Crawford.
.+. .. 1 Schooner Standard, Oran Philadelphia.
fll. .f and sister Chicago Ill
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"I the work realize how it is themselves
; ff.jI.. as they Schooner C. B. Payne Hillyard, Charleston.
!,fo !'i J, ; Schooner B. Holden, Scott, Philadelphia. --T NO. 47 CENTRE STREET ---
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r Schooner William Hayes, Smith New York.
; Death J. H.
.Jf ;@, 1.,', ;: of Mooney. That the systematic efforts of Fernandinato Schooner Carrie Jameson Collins New York.
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,. .!l J : James H. Mooney, one of the oldest residents obtain an equable appropriation for Cum-
:: '\' l f;; !; t' of Fernandina, died at his residence berland Sound and bar causes the Times- For Poultry Fanciers. IMPORTED ,AND DOMESTIC .
i of of Buff Cochins, 13.$2.00 V :
Settings ;
1.JL-. \ on Second street, Thursday morning, after Union of the 11th, to show the cloven foot; Brown Leghorns.Eggs ....................... ........ 1.50.0SSPURE PRESERVES AND SAUCES,
"1'A' an illness of several weeks. He leaves a That there is no mistaking the fact that AND
i BLOOD, OLIVES OLIVE OIL,
., wife and and several Jacksonville is for
daughter
;: I grown-up working an appropriation
,be obtained to
can application
on
SAUCES CATSUPS
+ J l f : I sons. The funeral took place from his residence for their pet impossibility at the mouthof MR. ROBERT BEALEY, PICKLES,

.. f. t yesterday morning, Rev. E.G. Chand- the St. Johns at the expense of all other 11-81 St. Mary's, Ga. IMPORTED CHEESE

'p'k ( :j ler conducting the religious services. places; Valentines, DOMESTIC CHEESE,

FM F j'11f'flt't That she believes if the general govern- In handsome varieties, from 5 cts.to $5, CURRANTS, RAISINS, CITRON,

:M.! J : r: Officers of the Press Association. ment knew just what a sinking fund that bar at "NIX'S< News Stand, .r CHOICE TABLE NUTS AND RAISINS, .

: 't4 !i,i F: At the annual meeting of the Floridar is, there never would be anotherdollar appropriated Post Office. FINE FRENCH CONFECTIONERY.A .

r : "t Press Association,which convened at Gainesville therefor; ,Dry Goods.
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; 'if tl on Wednesday last, the following offi That if Jacksonville's trade continues to Remember the closing out sale ,in Dry LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE CAKES AND CRACKERS,

i 1!,t cers were elected: fall off as it has been doing during tile past Goods, etc., at IN NEW VARIETIES.
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I' !1 ''I': President-C.H.Jones,of the Times-Union. year the nine feet of water on the bar will PAUL, FUXKE'S.Special *""
FRUIT BUTTERS JAMS AND JELLIES
1 Vice-President. E. Harris of the Ocala be for its ,
"' ; ? ample future demands; Bargains in Youths' and y

\J i' Banner. That that city is fast becoming a way Boys' Clothing.Just DRIED FRUITS AND MINCE MEAT.

"} ,; ffi Secretary and Treasurer-D. H. Elliott, of station for the S. F. & W.. road, and soon received by J.:&T. Kydd. Our buyer, : I

I",I.i/(, y'. the .Dispatch.The will be that for the F. R. & N. system ; Mr J. Kydd'has bought a fine line of these I
; below and intend to
goods regular prices, we '
; at following committees were appointed That Fernandina does not need to work i I give our customers the benefit of it. Call WHITNER & SCHUYLER *r -

: t I : by the President. up a "public .sentiment' 'that ,already ex- I and see them., J. & T. KYDD.

1 f' : 9.. Executive Committee B. Johnson, ists throughout the State, that there is, and I Imported Swiss Cheese. NO. 47 CENTRE STREET.

: ; Ii.. George R. Fairbanks, J. J. Harris, J. Ira ever will be, but one Fernandina and one Limburger Cheese. I I

Gore, E. D. Oslin.Committee Cumberland Sound, while little Jackson- Sauerkraut. '
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1 t I I' l on Membership Don Mc- villes are springing up all over the State, Pickles. "--, ..'..."'. ,'.-:' ('..,... '.,-.:.'.>.... :',,'' 'o !.
Holl. Herring.California
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Leadr.)1: Bowen, G.'S. Miner. ,- l
s,1' \; and that's what's the. -matter. with, the Hams. :

i tul :' Some twenty-odd new members wereJf.lm'll Tima-Union-but after all-all of Jackson- Also, a fine lot of first-class Groceries. .
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added to the membership. yule does not' swear by the Timea- 'J.KLARER. .



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