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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 27, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. VIII. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY, 27. 1886. XO. 14. .' ti.

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.11 ISB Board of Trade, :Major Duryee, has A RAILWAY POSTAL- A.*fJLEllK.' about ninety-five .years old, with no near 4A 4f

J "- relatives to be benefited this and SECOND :MUSICAL {
lived in the South twenty years. He A postal clerk worked in.his dirty car, by money FESTIVAL, p
I closely! held} within my arms is a brother of :Major Duryee, of the Hustling mail from.near and far himself not needing it, he calls on an old

A jewel rare rich<< : and celebrated New York zouaves. The In a "get-there-Eli" of if ay. friend who. had once done him a great favor -\T- -.;'
had so pureEngaged
Vevcr one member of the He talked to himself, and I heard him,say : and tells him, as the sole survivor of that J '
care. himself \
my Major was a For I'vehadthis, .,
long run
seven ,
'Twas my own my precious jewel, famous New York 7th regiment, and And st't'n' l lots of years work and Utile fUti ;; affair, all the particulars and gives him the L YCEUlfH..t.LL r

God gave who it el.'e me.could care for it was Assistant Adjutant-General of the I've l learned the scheme of lilt )every State. chart and promises to go with him in an hON
'Twas mine' ; How to throw on time," and how when expedition to find it if his health would ad
So tenderly? Army of the Potomac. Major Duryeeis "late;" '*.
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in the lumber business, is also a Sometimes I worked fine and. sometimes mit.The
Hut the dear Master came one day friend has rigged up a small sloop .
banker and mixed in massed.
generally
up
take. ,
My gent to And examination and, with provisions and several
passed -
companions
every Saturday March 6th.
cried Fernandina.
I that in
"Icannot'letitgo.
; everything on ,
would break. goes I've made ex-pouches near: and far is now on his way to the location.
)fheart
Within the last ten years he has ship- As I could connect from my postal car .
The old .Ef
but the. Master comes for it man was too feeble to go with
Nay, to South America ten And sent in many and many ajjlip
ped, principally -
To hear above.To When the either them, but the chart.is so clear in its description -
too or flip.
boys got ciotgless
diadem- feet of lumber. The is
1 million Major
dock His i royal I've doubled the run and'dead- (et\ led back, and the information given .by'the old RETURN: ;
in love.
lIe comes an accomplished musician, and sings And been in the ditch and off ttie: track ; man and corroborative evidence of location ,
Have been in snow-drifts manta day. E 1
He finds ;
Hut. :Master, it is my treasure, divinely. an appreciative beenfound. by one of the party, who at
But round to dmwniy
:My jewel rare; audience i in the parlors of the Egmont I've generally tried to be got honest and do mjrUrork pay.'wellI various times found gold coin on the beachat -THE- ..

I'll safely guard and keep it pure Hotel. had to checks would soon tell the
fair." ( or very ) precise locality of the wreck (pre-
.. And very said The writer had the pleasure of meet- On every trip I work without cea ing- from the several casks
If thou; kt'<'l"-t'\I: :gem, He sumably that the
Somehow mail seems to me to be ever increasing -
"It may be lost; ing in Fernandina,1.11'. \Vhitner, of the pirates failed to remove from the ship), BIJOU OPERA GO.
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The threshold of; crossed My home no thief prominent business firm of Whitner & I connect every route (both ways. ) which I gives the party assurances that their trip 'x .
Has ever ; 1 1ue.tDED
Schuyler, wholesale and retail grocers. cross. will: be a successful: one. The amount estimated -

".\11<<1 where the heart's rich treasure is, They have one of the handsomest new Handle loss many, "red letters" with never.'a by the steward is near a million of BY- ,

The heart will be; brick: stores of Fernandina ; its dimen- And pouch on every station we touch, .-, Spanish dollars, and the principal part, t

Your jewel Gone will before be safe thee.above, sions are 25x60 feet, and it is on the Tho' some of them don't amount to much.At the man who befriended the old steward, The Charming American Prima Donna'S t

The :Master said these words, and gazed principal business street in the town. every one for the last few daysA and who has his chart and information, i is a ..
fellow looks in with a far-away
With pitying look This street is two miles long and runs And heaves a sigh, from which it's gaze inferred: well known and popular citizen of Fernan- -MISS-

While in the early hush of morn out to the beach. This new house was His heart i is sickened by hope.deferred, \ dina, therefore we will wish him all success.
took.
he
:My gem opened 1st of April. Mr. Whitner is While it's plain to be seen by,his saddenedface '

Close to my heart, that morn, I held, a son of Major Whitner, from :Tallahassee He has asked Uncle Sam for iifyostal clerk's Coming Entertainments.The i
Tears falling fast Bijou Opera Company have engaged A \
Fla., who has now a chair in place. AELAE R4PA.L

An empty Was casket safe ;at the last bright, gem the State Agricultural College at Lake And hopes each trip will be my last, Lyceum Hall for next Saturday' night. : S

As he sees the car go gliding past. This company has already presented here
Yes<< Master, Thou may'st keep my own, City. Mr. Schuyler is a gentlemanfrom He thinks this job's an extra prize, the "Mikado'1 and 1
it Thine won golden opinions.
For is
; the North. And to himself, it is just iny size
says
Safe in the house not made with hands, I can throw off pouches and take them; in ; Baird's Mammoth Minstrels will hold the Presenting Lecoq's Delightful Opera, ain

'Tis Thine and mice FRED W. HOYT & CO. To remove such a partisan would be no sin ; boards at Lyceum Hall on Tuesday evening, Three Acts, i

This is one of the largest and most So why should I stay out in the cold :March 9th. They have met with immense
AT FEUNA)INA. firms in Fernandina. The While others are reaping the harvest of gold? success everywhere. 1
prosperous Last year he woiked thro' shine and storm ,
:THE CITY OF FINE DRIVES, OCEAN firm was formerly Sanborn & Hoyt, (For Cleveland and civil service reform). "GIROFLE-GIROLFA.

BEACHES AND DEEP WATERADAY but since 1882 has been Hoyt & Co. I sometimes think this verdant youth HOTEL ARRIVALS.EGMOXT .

wholesale and retail Should be told the plain,unvarnished truth, ,1r
They are grocers, .. :
AT THE EGMONT HOTEL. For surely he knows not the troubles there Ron:) ;
and do an annual business of from areLocked A H Vedder and wife, Chicago; G Burt, .J}
Fernandina is of the most de-
one $125,000 to 150000. They employ, up in a pouch and thrown into the Miss Burt, New York; Mrs P T Peck J K MAGNIFICENT COSTUMES, .' .;,

lightful and attractive cities in Florida.It all told ten men and a houseof car; Hamilton and wife, Walter L Peck and .
i is a positive luxury to sit on the occupy How many towns there are existing wife, Clarence J Peck and wife, F W Peck SPARKLING MUSIC
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verandas of the Ho- two floors, 30x70 feet; they have How mail must get there by turning and wife and two children, Chicago; J B Carpenter -
spacious Egmont also three large warehouses down on twisting; Mrs M P Moulton, Florida; Oliver G ENCHANTING VOCAL GEMS.LAUGHABLE : .

tel or ]promenade the wide streets of the railroad track they also own a What an infinite number to- must go. Barton. Miss Barton, New York; Mrs Dr J
Fernandina and drink in the strong ; And a great many more to some R. P. 0.; Page, Massachusetts; D E Conklin and wife, SITUATION
large furniture store. Mr. Hoyt wasa How made Baltimore D S Cowan, Savannah. Ga Ava
salt breezes in from the ocean. many pouches are by express. ; ;
blowing member of the committee that wentto Which he always must know and never Cushman and wife. Auburn Me; C J Bar- AND :ELABORATE STAGE SETTINGS.Mmrs J

It is as exhilarating as champagne.As Washington to look after the inter- guess ; ker and wife Lewiston, Me; J 0 Foss and

you stroll along the quaint old ests of Fernandina. Mr. How many "sweats.' he'll havjjjo take. wife; Auburn,, Me; (I Taylor, England; H''n.
streets with the amber sunshine falling Jeffreys comes. How:his'eyes will tire iuThislsJFmsnch*-f "- :; !!U'lr Yfrk;J.Tu. r.nr.stJ ltt ;;. .
from the golden empire State of 'the How manv times he'll be "clubbed" and J S Inline'Denver, Col; J Roxve HannabaCMo fs7 Oi n rDontt : .
like benediction .
over you a you SouthGeorgia.The "checked," ; Mahlon Gore. P A Foster wife and .

think what a beautiful thing it is to1 writer is to How many times his car will be.wrecked ; daughter, Miss Foster, Orlando, Fla; J A
obliged Superin- How every month the schedule will change, Herron, Mrs E D Herron Monongahela, General Admission as Usual. '
live.Can delightful tendent :Maxwell and Captain :Mac- And alibis connections and pouches derange, Pa; Miss E L Gore. Orlando; Henry B Hill

you imagine anything more Donell, of the Florida Railway & Navigation And a million or more of little things Jacksonville; Isaac L Kemper, S Newham, ,

than to go to sleep at night Company for the ride to Fer- Which every day to the postal clerks brings. Baltimore; W A Camp, Georgia; H M Grant, -

with the roar of the Atlantic in your Then I think he'd be glad to back to the Wilmington, Del; R Lukens Jr, Philadel- 'l'2neserved Seats ,
nandina their road. Their offices ; can IWe securedat
over farm, phia: Albert GrambiH!!, Baltimore; Jesse
and the
fresh air
ears, pure, blowing formerly at Fernandina, have been And the postal car would lose its charm. Foulke, Pennsylvania; Mrs F Wiskeman, HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.
in through your windows; or to lie moved to Jacksonville. :Mr. F. W. But I do not tell him-I know if I tried. Miss P Wisheman, Mrs J Colin. New York;
and look up at the wide sky so solemnly He would probably toll me he thought I lied. D J Glisson Baltimore; William A Cooke, Doors open at 7.30; Curtain rises:: S.30; p.ra. 1

and silent to Simmons, their agent at Fernandina, ,So I let him hope"on ; but some fine day Atlanta; J F Leech, Mrs Leech, two childrenand I :
strangely ; or has been associated with the road for He will learn from experience, the only way, maid, Mrs David E Park', Washington; Notice Stockholder< Meeting.

watch a gray mist steal over and shut ten He is one of its most That a U. S. postal clerk, as a rule II N Rushmore, Michigan; Benton Hanchett REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
out the earth with its mystic folds? years. pop- Is an underpaid, overworked governmentmule. wife and two children, Saginaw, Mich; THE Stockholders of the Florida Railway -
ular officials in the State. He is
Fernandina is the capital town of a J A Clark and wife, Pulaski. NY.; R C and Navigation Company will be heldat I
Georgia gentleman, who came to Florida -United States Mail. Pingree and wife, Lewiston.; Katie Put- the office of the Company, at Fernandina,
Nassau County, Florida, with a popu- -.---- nam, Mr and Mrs A B Emery, Mrs Mary
sixteen x I Fla., on Tuesday, the HJth day of :March,
lation of between and 5,000. years ago. A Tale Buccaneer. Putnam John W. Whitele\\ New York
4,000 of a Spanish ; 1886, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon.
Quite a number of prominent peo- George F Roach, Boston :Miss Ella Hollister -
The assessed valuation of personaland Somewhere about the year 1810 a piraticalcraft ; B. s. HE SIXfi-. President. ;
ple at the Hotel Connecticut: C B Martin, New York
are stopping Egmont. ; l:. It. REYNOLDS Secretary.Fernandina .
real estate of Nassau is which had been the
County cruising along
Signor M Goodman, Georgia; S II Boyd,
residents of the city the number Fla., };"ebrllar.188G.. .
*ix and a half millions of dollars. The ; among Spanish main,having met with considerablesuccess North Carolina: James Dawson. New York;, feb"7.3t '

financial condition of Fernandina is as :Mr. H. E. Dotterer, one of the among the Spanish merchantmen A C Ford, England; C W Sawtelle, Ocala. --.- .---,-- -
solid business of Fernandina .and
good as any in the State. Scrip is men and obtaining some rich hauls of specie, List Letters NOTICE.
a prominent member of the Board of of THE 29TH DAY OF :MARCH, A.
nearly at par, at all times. The sanitary i was running up along the lower Florida ON
Trade. Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- 1880.1 will offer forsale, to the highest -
condition of the city is excellent. I coast when she was caught in a sudden gale bidder at office in Fernandina
The Hotel is of the dina, Nassau county, Florida, February24th. my for I
Fernandina Egmont one just below Hillsboro Inlet and wrecked benefit of all .
on the
is the healthiest to\vn on concerned all the property
1880. Persons calling for these letters
finest hotels in the whole State. The
the Atlantic coast south of the New a coral island. Nearly all the crew got ashore specified and conveyed to me in trust, by
is decorated Inns' say advertised : I deed of dated the 11th of .
dining-room beautifully conveyance day
safely and before the ship broke
England States. The climate is exceptionally with and in the up theysucceeded Allen. Lillie Lowe. T L April, A. D. 1834, executed by the Florida
fine, both winter and summer mosses evergreens in getting out eighteen of the Andeas L Lavatf, J S Town Improvement Company and recorded

all the round. As a placeof most artistic way. The cuisine is su twenty casks of gold they had captured. Applewhite. Fannie Lemons, Jas in office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court

residence year perb. Colonel Haskins and his wife The casks: being too heavy to carry easily, Bache. Ch W Lang, Phyllis Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and
Fernandin is very desi- New York and Bell, William Lolms. Eddie for Nassau County, in record book "U,"
rable, not alone for location and salt are charming people, the captain ordered his men to make bags of Baker, James J Lumber.Cypress pages 95 and 90) the said property having

air, and theBEAUTIFUL are very popular. Dr. John Page, a the sails and in these the gold was carriedto Billings, W F Lione,John been taken into possession by me. and now ,

retired naval surgeon, is so fascinated a spot in the centre of the island and Balsley, M Lyons, J F offered for sale in pursuance of the provisions -

SOUTHERN HOMES, with Fernandine and the Egmont that there buried, the captain making a rough Brown, Joseph Loekett Miss L J. of said deed. Terms cash, or payable .
but Brockington. S A Moore, D C in bond* of the company a- directed in the
for
the many charming people who he won't stay anywhere else. chart of the location, after which all hands Broughton, Emma Macdona, Kate trust iktd. SAM'L. A. SWANK

compose the society of this celebratedtown. And now, farewell to Fernandina. went to the lower end, of the island and Benjamin,James H Mark, Berney Trustee.

Invalids the South find ., Brown, Samuel McCool, CharlieBroon Fernandina, Fla., February LV.th, 1880. '
visiting :May your hotels have guests and your camped. The. same' night they were discovered Louisa James .. _.. ,. ._
Mooney, ------ -- -- -- -
Fernandina a most delightful place to lawyers have clients, and may you go by the Indians and all were killed Carleton, J N Nelson Ed P

rest, away from the roar of the multi- onward and upward in your career excepting one person-the steward-a young Cornovoes Betsy Ultra Maria TOURIST HOUSE,

'tude and the turmoil and cares of Iffe. until you become as rich as the Roths- fellow, who happened to be a little apart Clark. H W ((2)) Pfeiffer Ch FERNANDINA..\.

The finest beach in the South, twenty childs. :MRS. L. D. from the others when the raid was made and Cant Dions)',.Chardia J1 Proctor.Pifer, W W H T

miles long, affords a most delightful thus escaped the fate of his companions.But Davis. T J Rose. Edward

drive and forms one of the special at- The Fernandina Roller Skating Club even he was discovered the next day Dell, H Richard Emanuel Imo' NOW OPEN c ;

tractions of Fernandina.My Being desirous of settling its affairs, hereby and was kept in captivity for several weeks, Davis, Jane Small Hester -

life is full of pleasant episodes respectfully notify all who 'may have bills when he escaped, and, wandering along the Danel Deveaux, Helen E A Strhai Snook,, Clara Winston L NEWLY FURNISHED. AND PAINTED:!.

always, but none pleasanter than my against the Club that such bills must be pre coast, finally arrived in Augustine.. The Gordon, V L Sceny, Eghdo tions. First-da accninuta- -

walk, with the "doctor"over the grass sented on or before the 1st day of March, steward of all sailing craft at that time also Hubyerd, R It Smith, Bettie '. -
TERMS 2.00 PER DAY.
grown streets of old Fernandina. 1880, to the Treasurer, at the store of Fred acted as the captain's clerk and kept all Howard, Gilson Stanley. E H
Hartman, Harry L Snook. Mrs J H
However all his "one-hundred-year- W. Hoyt & Co.J. ship's papers, etc., and he, among other Homes. Lucinda Tate. Thomas ;:. Special arrangements by the week ar

old houses turned out to be twelve G. McGiFFix, Treasurer.G. papers kept the chart which the captainhad Hayard, Ed 0 Tayior, Mariah L month. W. G. :ELLKNWOOD,.

and.F.eventeen years old. Mr. Webb, R. HUBBY, President. made of the hiding place of that gold. Hat-rich,.G W Wilson Tischler,,Hester JHarding. I 10 Proprirtor.l .

!III !his new the Fernandina, Fla., Feb. 20, 1886. He continued to reside in St. Augustine,
Directory, gives population Huoldin, J Westfield,George
something less than what they and for a long time intended to take some Heynach. J Wilson Delia H EJ- GRAND OPENINGOF a .

i Maim for it, but it is }possible his agents Winter Clothing. good opportunity to go and take up the beans, George Washington, John THE- .
htlllot Great sacrifice<'! in Winter Clothing at treasure, but circumstances prevented; the Jackson, Smith Wright, Fancy
| old Fernandiua which
canvass
PAUL FUSKK'S. Johnson Harry Wright, Ch
!'s. a settlement distinct, and a mile Indians were troublesome the Spanish Jones, Mollie White George L' 10 CEHTHSTOBEH25! CENT

:Toni the business centre. Dry Goods. settlement was in a turmoil and the chart King, John A Wilson, Charles

became mislaid lost,and then the Kelsey, Emanuel Waelser. Silver .
Fernandina or came
is the Atlantic terminus Remember the closing out sale in Dry Wilson Harriet
of the Florida Goods etc., at war of the Confederacy, in the meanwhilethe Lucas, George BARGAIN PRICES THAT DEFY EVES -.
and R Wade.
: Railway Navigation -
system. The harbor has the deepest PAUL, FCXKE'S.Imported steward was getting to be an old man, ?. T. RIDDELL, P. M. NEW YORK.
and having accumulated considerable I
water of any of the Florida ports Swiss Cheese. }; 25
For Poultry Fanciers. TO'rIlISBO" CEXTK. .
Cheese. wealth, he all idea of going after
>n the Limburger gave up
j Atlantic coast. There has just Sauerkraut. this treasure till few months while he Settings of Eggs of Buff Cochins. 13.$2.00 .r Call and sec our sayings backed rep; ,

been organized in Fernandina a new Pickles. a ago, Brown Leghorns, ..................,.. ........ 1.50''I In with solid proofs and plain black and whife ,:
was showing some old .documents which he
Board! of Trade to which If oil. Herring. JZ&- PURE BLOOD-S; .
belong had of St. >, ,figures at the OLD POSTOFFJCE BUILD, j'Ixn.
California Hams. concerning some portion Augustine -

of nearly ernandina.all the prominent The business men Also: a fine l lot of first-class Groceries.J. he unrolled the lust chart from inside can be obtained on)Ic application. ROBERT LESLEY to Secpml. Street near Centre.SMITH >
of the
president KLARER. another ancient parchment: but he was now 11-81 St.lary's.. Ga. : i CARROLL.

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's ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FEBRUARY 27 1886. i
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::{ r l Islands. The missionary-work ainoni, -
TIlE LATTER DAY SAINTS. ELECTRICITY IN A RESIDENCE.
Telugus has been attended with marvelous HOW TO KEEP WARM.HINTS I An Orer-Crowd Chinese City.

f f' success, the baptis'msln each year being Th conservatism of the Chinese character
) 1 i.. (}t numbered by the thousands. Now Utilized in Many' Labor-Saving' Appliances and the extremest point of provincfalism'are
s.: ; if THE PEOPLE WHO DWELL AROUND A Novel Burglar Alarm. -
: the idolaters seek to get even with the 'instanced in the story told
t UPON THE HEATING AND of
;lt l1Wi".1111: THE AMERICAN DEAD SEA. missionaries 'and win the people back to Unique among the' dwellings of the cityIs the residents: within the walls"of their

ft1 'i! J 1 1t1t.t'f4 the faith of their fathers. They go among that of Edward H. Johnson, the only VENTILATION OF APARTMENTS. native city of Shanghai. The city has

; : "" the Christian converts bearing on bamboo private residence in this country, and three gates, the north, south, and west

', :, + A Sect Who Have Made, Wilderness to poles some idol houses. They make a probably in'the world, which has in its Management of a'Draught; from the "Win ones, and many of the people living at

\1 4'.f.* Blossom Like the Hose-The Management great noise with drums and shoutingsand cellar a plant; for electric lighting. The the south gate have never been as far as

t' "r"'_',f' rt of Church and State-Teaching* oftf7) generally attract crowds of? people. home of the owner, who is a friend of ,dow-Warming:Rooms by Means of Hot the north gate and could not understand

Elders-The The missionaries say that there has not Edison, is interesting because the elec- Air-Chilliness from Cold "Walls-Open the dialect of the inhabitants there if they
the
;.. '. Temple. In a half a century been such a revival of tricity is utilized not only for' lighting Fires for Health and Comfort. did go. One nation could not differ more
:'.f; '7, \ Herald. but for from another than the
(\i V idolatry.-Chicago numerous ingenious labor-saving one Chinese from

ij1. jJ t j Since the memorable 24th of June, 1847, appliances and for decorative purposes.He the Japanese if they lived 20ooo miles

l. t>" {!Li' when Brigham Young brought his people Junk from the Battlefields. produces a very ,pretty effect in the What an important factor in our com- apart instead of only 300 miles, and one is I

: ; .f; out of the narrow canon, which had given New York auctioneers have sold several dining-room by stretching a finely designed fort is the warming of our rooms and all wrong if he thinks that having seen t

,r:, '. F them passage through the Rocky mountains cases of old sabers, rifles, bayonets, and and highly colored Japanese screen houses and yet comparatively few people Japanese cities he can know what a
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f! 1 and footsore and weary as the Israelites other small arms. They were picked up in front of'the grate in ,the bottom of concern themselves with the scientific as- Chinese one will be like.

t t of old, the leaders of the emigrant on battlefields in the south, during the which are two electric lamps. First he pect of the question so as properly to un- While the Japanese people are the clean

F.- column saw smiling beneath their war and sold to the manufacturers whc extinguishes the lights on the chandelier, derstand its practical bearings. The gen- est people on the face of the earth, and

tt t!t : dazzled eyes the huge basin of the valley, had made them. Among the lot were and then suddenly turns on"the lamps in eral idea of warming a room is, after far ahead of the English for eternally

:. i.-'';! ,its green slopes falling gently to the clear many sword-bayonets and canteens. Bnl the grate. As a result, the screen seemsa making a good fire, to stop up as far as bathing and scrubbing themselves the

; 'I le,; ...,': Salt Lake in the center, this chosen people let-:>le3 were in the leather belts and dents beautiful transparency. The change it possible all cracks and crevices through Chinese are the dlrhe;t. The trim', ex-

I \..'!' ,,;."., of the nineteeth century have not ceased in tie; .words. They were sold to a Brook so quickly effected by the pushbuttonsand which draughts can come with sandbagson quisite little toy house of the Japanese

iY: t., ',!'4i to grow and multiply. They have built lyn junk-dealer for 2 or cents apiece.* switches controlling the lights that it the window sashes, india rubber round along the wide streets are the greatest

t 'j' cities and towns; they have covered every Chi zgo Times. is almost startling to the novice. the doors, and so on. The success that attends contrast to the filthy abodes of the

!: :t tii i) fertile valley with their farmhouses; they The chandeliers on the parlor and first these strategic operations is more or Chinese with their dirt floors mud and

:''t'I' '. /;!i have irrigated the desert brought water THE KEEPER .OF A MENAGERIEWho floors are especially adapted to electric less complete according to the accuracyof bamboo woven walls and streets often

):: springs out of the dry ground and "made lighting. The arms represent the stem of the various fittings of the room; but. less than five feet wide from wall to wall

'if1! '."s. the wilderness to blossom as the rose." Has an Elephant for a Bedfellow flowers; the pendant cut-glass globes of a unfortunately, success in keeping the air Overhead is a forest of gilt letters, gorge-

\:r a'4. ;' .r, They have enlarged their boundaries, Scenes Among the Animals.A lovely ruby tint, and the petals and elec- out means a close stuffy room, and very ously colored signs and the banners:: that

,},r ..: t. sending emissaries into the adjacent territories tric lamps the pistils. Mr. Johnson will often a smoky chimney in addition, be- fairly hide the sky. The narrow streets,

,"' I. 4,.", until to-day the Latter Day Saints heavy-set colored man, wearing a dispense with chandeliers and yet obtaina cause the air can not go up the chimney with shop fronts all open above a Ion-
broad-brimmed hat. A of water in
;$ f' "i4" are found in large numbers among theM pail uniform light. He will run a frieze of faster than it comes into the room. Of counter, seem like passages in some fan-

.: ,",:' most thrifty inhabitants of Idaho, Wyoming each hand. He disappears through a cellar mirrors around the room and suspend on course the closeness and unhealthiness of tastic exhibition hall with booths or

r:# ',. i'4; Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona door. lined He walks with stalls through in which a long horses pass- them, by silk cords, electric lamps, the such a place is much aggravated in the "spaces' close together. Mere crevices in

( t'f.';; and southern California. age way, light from which will be reflected to its evening, when the lamp or gasburnerpours the walls correspond to alleys and lookingup
and mules their and
t.'.' 'k EVIDENCES OF RELIGIOUS FANATICISM. are munching corn full value by the mirrors. Where the its quota of noxious vapors into the them or down a tunnel of a street be-
iV
| ,. hay. He passes through a big gate into aI fore it is to realize what is
:
tiJy i *T '" From the fortyninth.Iarallel to the chandelier now is will be an unique cen- apartment.HOW. one easy meant
i
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cellar as dark as midnight and into j ,
W.J.: & Mexican line stretch smiling corn fields, terpiece. It will consist of a highly orna- TO MANAGE DRAUGHTS.Let by "swarms of people" or "mass of human
which flaring forces but
a gas jet a light a "
:'''<1 fruit-laden orchards and quiet homes, a mented brass bowl studded with glass it not be supposed from this that beings.
few feet. He is in the middle of the block
t;
;', ::t.1..; ;> chain of "stakes" (or settlements) for 700I jewels, applied to the ceiling. Inside will we advocate draughts. We regard them, All through old Shanghai the people are
in the center of cellardom and at
,
.. ".',! ..?; miles. The entire region bears witness to very I j, be electric lamps and reflectors, so that on the contrary, as insidious enemies to packed as if at a mass-meeting, and one
hundred from the
I least
..,r.d"J. the religious fanaticism of the inhabit- a yards busy patter the rays of light will not be visible. As a health and comfort. But the air will find has to dodge into shops or flatten himself
li* of feet the sidewalk!
:> ;, ants Mountains, rivers and towns have on result a soft glow will be diffused throughthe its way in, and if a special entrance be against a wall at the constant cries of the
From the of the darkness
depths pairof
Iff's s" been given Biblical names. The traveler a room. not provided for it, it will rush impetu- coolies carrying loads by poles or yokes on
so-called green, fiery eyes are looking. Fearless, Should the temperature of ously at small their shoulders. Buckets of water and
t, ; J. crosses the "Jordan, because it any room any opening that exists. It
; I, connects the Utah river with Great Salt devilish cruel eyes, moving restlesslyfrom rise above 110 degrees the mercury in the would be better, instead of trying to stop garbage, bundles of dried fish,bodies of
side to side and and down.
J
w ,/; 4> lake, as its namesake does the Dead seaill up They I thermostat would rise, electrical connec- up these openings to disperse the cold dressed hogs coffins of the dead, and
?:
of
the
In
blood-freezing a hyena
are
; ; <.i* with that of Galilee. Railway trains stop of eyes tions would be made, and a loud fire currents by fringes, etc., or direct them sedan chairs of the living crowded us into
the the
edge light Rocky
was a moun-
srti :: vr at"Jaub"and "Nephi Abileni" "Desert" I alarm sounded. Mr. Johnson also has a upward toward the ceiling. the wall and rubbed against us during a
tain bear. Dimly outlinedfar
i/t' ;' ti2 Lehi." The Indians are known to their silver-tipped novel burglar alarm. It is connected by Now, objectionable as draughts are, I progress through the handsomests and
back in the dark cellar was an elephant -
.\ ;.,. .1' Mormon neighbors as"Lainanites," whilst I special circuit with every light in the they are often credited with more than is i most important four-feet-wide street of
and slowly nibbling at hay were
r "t'a' aR the chief city, Salt Lake, the Mecca of all two dromedaries., Here and there were house,so that the moment house-breaker really their due. Frequently the chilly city.-Cor. St. Louis Glo> -Democrat.Fcculiar .

.i: 4"'t faithful souls, is ordinarily referred to forces a window or door every electric feeling that one experiences from the
4; >.4 lIt-}: : amongst the saints as "Zion." cages: of monkeys, and in one cage was anant.eater. lamp and gas jet is lighted and the build- window-ward side as one sits in a room, is Customs of the Swedes.I .
All this made Atlanta'smenagerie
(!:-. :; ,J.t.; The entire management of church and for Atlanta has up a menagerie. ing brilliantly illuminated. In the nursery caused, not by a current of cold air was surprised to find the Swedes opposed -
,
;:.t-, state is in the hands of is an electric railroad for the children from the window
dj It ; : a presidency, consisting "What else have to do William setting to the fire, to the Norwegians in dispositionand
i'4t' :;;f of three persons, or president and ?" asked a porter you of William got Badger, and a telegraph on which they are learn- but by the coldness of the window temper. No doubt there is a multi
: ; two counselors. The subordinate duties ing telegraphy from the itself. For this latter
runs being at
1;", the keeper of these animals. nurseryto kept a tude of exceptions, and to judge a nation
?."' ./'Jf.( are in charge of apostles elders and the "I've to water and the basement. In the large d\n- low temperature by contact with the out- without seeing much of its interior or domestic
,. r' -xt council of well other got my monkey ing-room is an induction the bat- side air draws the heat from
: ), seventy, as as some feed hy-e-ny" answered William coil the body, or life is not only dangerous but almost -
'" .,". 'r ..j minor priestly organizations. Through he sat my the water close to the elephant's, as tery for which, though in the cellar, is rather the heat radiates from the body to impossible. In passing through a

f j the hands of these "prelates" pass the snout. "And when I get through controlled from the room. With this coil the window-the temperature of the air country nevertheless, however superfi-

i} :/tt1-1-1 tithes which form the great general fund, will to bed with Babe. Babe feeding is the pretty fireworks are made by means of in between making no difference to this cially, if you observe at all and think about

.,Y i4': ; from which are drawn subsidies to aid inbuilding go understand." Geisler's tubes and other apparatus. A transference in accordance with a well- the matter, you must form some idea of

}iu., churches and school houses, to elephant"You mean, you sleep in here with these drum beaten by electricity and controlledby known property of radiant heat. For instance its people. Judged by this standard, the

:"Ifo r pay the salaries of missionaries, and all animals yoM. a push-button in Mr. Johnson's room, the air in a room may be quite Swedes are not a very serious or, apparently -

j r, ," '4.. other moneys which maybe needed for at one time awakened the family in the hot, and yet a'large window, however air- a very religious nation. They
"Indeed I do sir! I
;;Iw:,, .1' ..J? the establishment and maintenance of sleep right alongsidethat morning, but the contrivance has now tight, will make itself unpleasantly felt claim the reputation of being more civil
there back to back
sir.
( "' 1'T.: .':! the new doctrines. The pretensions of And sir elephant she too let tell, been removed for repairs. The sewing- on a cold day, just as on board ship the ized and refined, considerably in advance
'" i- church are great; it claims to be the snores, me you! machine and implements for polishingand propinquity of an iceberg is announced bya of the Norwegians, but if they gain in one
And she makes me to bed first sir and
y l'lt only true church of God on earth; it hopes go her said the, grinding cutlery are all worked by lowering of temperature. A screen in- way, they certainly lose in another.

!Ji'Jt.; r"I"the... ..... ._. .10- .to convert, all the nll>tions,{and,, ine get with a a warm chuckle.place-for"I have,to turn in man electricity. New York Mail and Express.A terposed between a window and any one Both men and women often become abnormally -
: :/: near future, to set up a temporal king- early, exposed to its malign influence will often stout, and their manner of liv-

{ 1 .. :.i dom. The teachings of the bishops and for my old lady won't stand any nonsense.I Trio of Noted Lawyers. afford great relief; and one reason why ing rather encourages such a result. Be-
make there in
i the
+ over straw
1ftt ;,J elders are, however, confined to the same and when my she pallet When Gen. Belknap was tried by the rooms so frequently feel more comfort- fore the chief meals. of the day is a sort

r. {l t doctrines' that are taught by Christian gets through supper she senate, he had as his counsel three able able in the evening is that the cold glassis of a digestive prologue, called smor
feels for with her
,.;; \. .: sects. They acknowledge the Old and and comes lies over down, me and snout to- lawyers, whose personal appearance was effectually shut off behind the closely gasbord. Knife or fork in one hand a

.;,'I' ''''1 New testaments as the word of God, in so by me we sleep very dissimilar. Ex-Senator Carpenter, drawn curtains and blinds. large piece of bread or thin flat biscuitin
She like fat but
'; 'Jt"\\: far as they have not been superseded by gether. snores a man, who was leading counsel, was a man of WALLS SHOULD WARM THE AIB. the other, they circulate round a
that she is old bed-fellow.
r ii'J: ,1(i.i: later revelations. The only doctrine except"What does bedfellow a good eat?" very elegant presence, though his short In countries where the winters are table, groaning with small dainties

;! ') '''1! :. which demands censure is that of polygamy Babe your ain't neck and high shoulders made it impossible habitually severe the advent of frost is weighing with grave looks what will
She
l "' J1r: which was not promulgated until "Well a very big eater. for him to be classed as a handsomeman. usually the signal for the fixing up of in- most tempt the present mood. A fork is
takes in two bales of and two bushelsof
,:t '.J. '11 twenty-three years after the angel presented hay His fine head, with abundant iron- ner windows, the layer of air between .. plunged into the anchovy jar, a small fish

';. .: ;, :,: .+. Joseph Smith with the book of water oats, and drinks She seventy-five is pails of gray hair tossed carelessly back from his these and the outer ones forming an exrel- is captured, approved, disposed of, and a

\ ; Mormon. every day. a young thing forehead, his keen eyes and expressive lent barrier to the escape of heat, owingto second succeeds it. This is followed brother
: She ain't but 103 old and don'tweigh
t'". "f I: THE GREAT MORMON TEMPLH. yet. but three tons."years mouthshaded by a black moustachemadeup its low conductive power Cold walls dainties. A wine glass or two of

&m' : Two years hence-1887-it is hoped that a very noticeable portrait; and his also induce a sense of chilliness, but if the neat spirit of the country, nauseous
f .. + : the great Mormon temple at Salt Lake, "Yes yes, he soliloquised. have to voice was 'so musical and penetratingthat they are properly built there should be no and unwholesome brings preliminary
be careful with Babe she drinks
t" three
.kB: ; ;t 'i whose glittering white walls rise eighty it lent a charm to the merest trifle difficulty in keeping them warm on the in- repast to a conclusion. Seats are then
barrels of water and if I
J: .;i.i;t!" feet above the ground, and are not yet too much she will a day, chilled. give her that he uttered. side. The experiment has sometimes been taken at the general table, and the heavier

ri,"M;:;' ready for the roof, may be completed. get A barrelof Judge Jeremiah S. Black was a tall, tried of warming rooms by means of hot meal commences.

J.. ,.;J I The walls have, above the foundation, a water will chill most anything this sort broad-shouldered man, with a clean- air only but the result has never been The outdoor amusements seem equally
of weather and if Babe to
.1, thickness of nine feet, solid hewn granite were get shaven, rugged face a bright brown wig good, and for this reason that in orderto unsatisfactory. It was difficult; even to
chilled I'd have to fill her with
hot
j- ''\:k""I' throughout. Pillars stairways, floors water to thaw her out." up and a sharp pair of eyes that flashed from warm the walls to the requisite degree, hear good music though the Swedes are

;. .,,: >C' i' : and ceilings are chiefly of matched stone. under snow-white brows, which made the the air must be far hotter than is healthyor really musical. Classical pieces were for
.:t..tic. ;:I,1Ci The building resembles a fort more than The man threw a piece of raw beef to brown wig still more brown. He chewed agreeable for breathing.In the most part tabooed by their }bands
the and that
.i i
Imbr : .i$ a! religious temple, and in fact, is not intended hyena worthy at once wentto tobacco constantly: and the restless motion fact the principle is wrong, the air and gave place to light operatic airs and
1 "f '! to be a house of worship so much work on it. He let it lie on the floor of of his jaws combined with the should not warm the walls, but the walls dances. Their best performances under

'-:{,,,! f as a temple in which mysterious rites, his cage and holding it with his paws equally restless motion of his should warm the air. An open fire acts the circumstances: where their own quaint

";'e .: ;;',M such as are now .performed in the Endowment grinned in a ghastly way as he strippedthe eyes, made his a remarkable in this latter way. The rays of heat fromit and curious compositions, often very orig-
bones of the flesh.
f\' ': }ts house, shall be celebrated. On countenance. Montgomery Blair wasa pass through the air without heating it, inal, with crude harmonies and modula-

i. ,i'iqwl the outside of the walls are symbolic "What do you feed the ant-eater on? plain-looking man, as "lean as a and produce no effect till they impinge on tions that led one into unexpected regions

..; f',! I carving: on three tiers of circular bosses. "The ant-eater eats fresh beef, and the racer," and evidently as eager for the the walls furniture and carpets of the musical, and were full of the wild spiritof

t, ';.!II(11.'Fr..- The topmost row bears blazing suns; the bear eats cooked"meats bread cold potatoes work before him though his manner was room. These being thus gently warmed, the north.-London Argosy.
and the like.
/,; u\tf.( ;, :second, eight phases of 'the moon; the "What do the very quiet, and his bearing had none of communicate their heat by contact to the
r' : .lowest, maps of various parts of the monkeys cat? the keen intentness characterized air about them; and in this way, while
:'i ," ;'g: world. The suns, moons and stars are "I feed the monkeys,pretty much like I that of his associates. The trio carried the objects in the room are raised to a Angry at the Orchestra Leader.

l f I already cut, but the maps have not yet would a child. They eat all kinds of fruits, Gen. Belknap safely through his troubles. sufficient temperature, the air is not ren- The hardest test of a blithesome smile'sei3durance
bread cooked and face of is not
meats the like the actress
and on an
w.: been carved. -Ben: Perley Poore. dered unpleasant by being overheated.We .
drink coffee and tea. take when she has in the teeth that
r They sugar in neuralgia
@ ;
;" t< The temple has been built from church see, then, that our favorite open fires
t ;. their coffee but no cream. They take the must be shown in farce, nor when the
; J ; :tithings, and up to its present state has have much to recommend them, whatever'may
4 : saucers in their hands like do and Paid His Own crockery grin which she uses in
people a Royalty on Song. gleaming
.: i :cost about $3,000,000. Another million be said about their wastefulness,andas
j-'-1 : Jf;' ,dollars will complete it, as the conditions drink it that way." Here is a little story which will show regards health and comfort they are the ballet is composed of false teeth that
;
nEl of labor "Do you give them any raw meats how American authors are at the have become half displaced by the joltingof
4' 11 "No; if they were once to get the tasteof of English publishers and vice the dance, and are likely to drop out;
,\:,,t more reasonable now than in former mercy though they radiate their warmth, also
;;I t :} years. On the,day of its dedication it is blood" they would eat each other's tails versa. I went to England some time ago heat the air in contact with them, and are ,nor yet when the mimic lover, for whom

ft it!: implicitly believed by the saints that Jesus off. and was singing one of my own songs at a apt to do so in excess.-Chicago Journal she lovingly parts her lips,is in reality
"
;:;b., ti i\i! Christ will appear bodily to His people, "The hyena, said the keeper, "laps theatre there. when I was enjoined by a her sworn enemy, suspected by her of
F water like a dog, and the bear swills it London music He had plotting that disaster for her.
-tl '. and that their enemies will then be vanquished publisher. copy- When Edison Bothered the Operator.
. '( 1 a hog, and the monkey drinks it like "I wasn't scared in life,"
so
i \: :h and the millenium begin.-Utah a righted and published my song and demanded "Old Father Time does work wonderful ever my

r-t ,61. Cor. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. man. Atlanta Constitution. a heavy royalty m me for the changes," '''Pap'.Ryder says. "A numberof said a professional smiler in a burlesque,
,:tt"lft.21/ "as I tonight.1y best mash is a nice
\ privilage of using a production of. own am
r my years ago;when I was copying Western
: : l The Boston Postoffice Stamp. WUQ horses of Mississippi. brain. I had to pay it, because the song Press at the Western Union, I sometimesfelt little fellow-just as polite as they make

i'I r, ; : ; I have often noticed and remarked on Droves of wild horses are said to be in was popular, and I couldn't afford to quit it necessary to get up during the 'em; and he usually sits in the dude row,

the peculiar cancel stamp used by the the Mississippi river boitoms 100 miles singing it: Later on we compromised the night and drive an annoying young chap where he looks up into my face over the

l 1' Boston postoffice. you remember, it Is above Memphis. They are supposed to matter, and I made an arrangement which away from behind my chair. I thoughtat orchestra leader's head. But to-night he

'I a series of horizontal,lines that look not have originated from horses lost by the was profitable to him without costing me the time he would more becominglyadorn was in a box, where he got onto the con-

j : 14''. unlike bars of music without the notes. rebel Gen. Forest in his campaigns. Hiscommand much. But there is the fact, nevertheless. the handle of a plow than a tele- ductor's profile for the first time. The

*"ii1 t i "These lines cover the face of a single was splendidly mounted on I paid a royalty to a stranger for singing graph-key. and his constantly leaningover precious fellow didn't know the ways of

f h! stamp and run half way along the top of thoroughbreds and a large number of my own song.-Bobby Newcomb in Globe- the table and whispering 'see how leaders-how they make snoots and talk

; !; I : the envelope. I called the attention of an them escaped into the swamps. There is Democrat.A far you can copy behind, Mr. Ryder,' occasionally awfully at us whenever we get out of timeor

r]! : impecunious professional writer to this.: in that region a large district cf uninhabitable caused my right foot to corne key,and our specimen is as cross as a

"> ,.y postmark the other day, and he explained country and much fine grazing Land.Compa y's Novel Plan. into dangerously close contact with his plus-markpulls mugs like a low comedian

J\ J : it most ,satisfactory. "Don't you know land. A company is being organized to A New Yort;philanthropist purposesto retreating form. To-day he ranks among and breaks the anti-swear commandmentinto

"'! + ..: { k.. what it is for?" said he. "How very dull explore the region and test the truth of organize a land company, which shall the foremost inventors of, the age. It little bits to scatter through his sen
in of ; More literary aspirants send their the report.-Inter Ocean. tences. My song is sweetly sentimental,
I j you furnish homes to deserving young men in was no one but the great genius Tom
t W ", wares to Boston than to any: other city in small cottages costing 3,500 ap:i ce. .By a Edison.-Cincinnati Enquirer. you remember, and I warble it with a

1 f .m f. ,the United States, and the postmaster invented Living Worms Found in Ice. novel plan, in 'case, the tenant dies after gentle smile on. Of course, I'm used to
,
; a this in order to cancel at one blow Dr. Joseph Leidy lately had submittedto the close of a year, the property will be Finest Lines Under the :Microscope. the leader's grimaces, and when he humsme

; the long row of stamps necessary in returning him spongy ice from the vicinity of deeded to his wife as a home. The com- The finest lines separable under the back into tune-sometimes muttering

i iit i" : rejected manuscripts." I thought Morristown N. J., which contained great pany will not lose, because its plan is the microscope, according to Mr. Crisp, of the awful sheol words to the air that I am

1.. < : this admirable solution of the mystery, quantities of living worms, some an inch insuring of the young man's life for the Royal Microscopical society, may be takenas celestializing-I take it kindly. But my

: ant the i evice itself highly creditable to in length. They proved to be a new amount of the mortgage on the property, 146,543 lines to the inches with white best mash wouldn't have it that way:

y ll't;: i' the hiKiuUy of the Boston postmaster.- species of lumbricus to which the com- and if he dies his wife takes the propertyand light, but the use of monochromatic light vowed nobody should abuse or berate the

;.1 t :a,. New "i:urk Critic''Lounger." mon earthworm belongs No living organisms the company the insurance.-Chicago gives increase to 158,845 lines to the inch, girl he loves, and seems determined to.

have ever been, found in clear, Herald. and 193,037 may be photographically recorded. knock out our leader to-morrow morning.I
"
: l r A Keviral of Idolatry. dense ice, such -as- is usually served for .-Scientific Journal. hope 'twas the wine that was talking,

: :. The must remarkable; revival in profess drinking purposes.-Boston Budcet. The Western Union sends a thousand but I don't know.-"Uncle Bill's SewYork

:: .. in the world is going on in the Tclugu million words a year of press telegrams: New York city has thirty-tvc daily Letter.

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How close 1 before me stoodwith: outstretched ONE DOLLAR A YEAU.' ; '".' Th Light-Running' ,.* .;**! ', ';
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THE HAI/riMUUE: ; \\"EEKLYl"' hay .,I
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That vexed us as we toiled along the way 1 .all.1 MiMirtsiry HI'l'<>it:> Oririllal I 1 1aiiil i I

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Where none shall weep through all the ,uv>t Gruls: ,+d' Current. Literatim in I'm.-- TS.i. g tf-i i iw tjTf '**"-An yr.f- l *i-- >sssii'J '
eternal day. try mill Itmusmie; ;; tiie 'most Attractive 5g fes"y..j-j 5=j ga._ JiV'a'JqS I I
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And knowing not how short the time would t anil 15--mtiful i in lll! that piTtniii* to that the company i!< now introducing. I II

be, die household ; the Creum of Wit and Humor I II I
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Pear heart, I fretted sorely as we went 1 ; the E\'elltsofEvt'ry-day Life. Through I I

along; its many and varied sources of iiif.inuati { i
And made the way more sad and drear for its readers are promptly made acquainted+I j I

thee, i with events occurring in any quarter of ilitr j I I
Nor ever sought to cheer thee with a song. I. 'rot'I,1. The. ample fcciliiii of THE bTX: I'I'I i 1
O Love e'en here in heaven there doth remain I ;'or' obtaining by Telegraph the News of the <
I Old World and its l.ir/e corps of Special jt'.trrp"ndUts |I Ii

Regret for all I added to thy pain! i Washington.. New Yurk'i
Augusta; D. Dunn in The Current. I'tiiladelphia, Botitii. Iticlmioiul and
I leading cities. as al.-o its Miperior :arra.I.I'-1
Expert Typewriters Hard to Find. mcnts for securing prompt ;: ( i

Some weeks ago I advertised in the papers r :111 the 'Counties in Maryland, and, every
for a male typewriter over 21 years of lei; : combine to make it a complete Xew-j: ,,:iper.nnnrpaseil "
take dictation at the rate of at
able to
age in general and icliuhle infuriitiii I
least sixty words a minute. received 200 ,
;i oi by ;anv\ of its contemporaries. THE
answers: and all but one of them were I I WEEKLY:; can be subscribed for any I

from women. The exception came froma
gentleman who had recently invented a i Juan uulllytii: :' iirious. The news inclmhs ,,

type distributing machine and who was I I all events: that transpire under the "v\v National ,
buoyed up and imbued with the idea I Administration l and during; the Sesiuiis -

apparently that it would meet all of my I I (If the New '.*on_tvhcsiiles the L"trilative A.B. NOYESDEALER ;

requirements. I had had experience with i Intelligence of Jlarylanl.'irginia G
'i I and her States and the General Newsfrnmevery I
feminine typewriters! before, and as I was I ot :
t I Slate and of the Globe.THE I IN-
particularly anxious to have a man whose every quarter

services I could command at all hous, I Artistically fenntihtl.R'itihtut.

disregarded the 200 answers and adver- BALTIMOREVEEKLY SUN.; FAMILY GROCERIES; HEAVY SUPPLIES ? a Peer. .

tised again for a man.I Terms Invariably Cash Advance... 1
received 200 duplicates of the first 1'li i-taje Prepaid by jlIhlislter1111 :Subscriptions ; IX: MECIINIlAL rOXsTKUCTIOX: ,:

batch of answers, which would indicatethat lit the United Spates :
there is a corps of at least 200 type- and Canada. Hay and Grain Ship Stores IT HAS NO RIVAL !
writers who regularly answer every advertisement t
for help. I have had an experience I ONE DOLLAR A COPY FOR ONE YEAR. The new lines of attachment that arc .
now being with i
placed each DOI1l tic'7 .

the twenty which applicants I shall never I selected forget.everyone Outof PREMIUM COPIES TO GETTERS UP OF FURNITURE SMES. PAINTS AND CROCKERY are These specialties; attachments No and other the machine new wood-wnrk has them i!

CLUBS FOR THE BALTIMORE
claimed that she could write seventy make the" Domestic more than ever with .
WEEKLY SUN.
minute from dctation'and not r
words a a out question,
solitary one was equal to thirty words in FIVE COPIES; : ..............................$ 5.00 JHARDWARE t
that time. Finally I went to an agency With an extra copy'" of the Wtek- WILLOW-WARE, ETC. The Acknowledged Stndrd > ,

where a great many typewriters are employed Snn one year. '
and there the principal told me TEN COPIES................................ 10.00 Excellence. (
that there were really less than half With an extra copy of theVeek- I
a PRICES iLOW AS THE LOWEST.
I Sun and one of .
dozen girls in New York who were experts ly one year copy! -FOR SALE BY- f
the D.iilv Sun three months

at taking dictation direct on the FIFTEEN COPIES....................... 15.00 HENRY f fFERKAXDIKA
typewriter. -New York Cor. Brooklyn I With an extra copy (1ft the Weekly \. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Femamliiia' Fla. HOBEIN,

Eagle. Sun one year, and one copy of !
-----
the Daily Sun six months. FLORIDA. .

While a Congressman Is Speaking. TWENTY COPIES...................... 20.00 I
Most congressmen when speaking in the With an extra copy of the Weekly II I

house stand in their seats in the midst of I Sun one year and one copy of Agents: wanted in unoccupied territory. :

their fellows, and talk facing the speak- the Daily Sun nine months. Address, j jI

er's chair. Some move out to the aisle THIRTY COPIES....................... 30.00 .,!.. ,' ,"') I' ; DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE ;I
CO.
<'I 1 "' ) :,.; ;1. .j '. :; :,..,,, ";" ,' ; ,
nearest them, and others pile up a lot of With an extra copy of the Weekly RICHMOND. VA. ;

law books on their desk and lay their Sun and one copy of the Daily "', n .-f. i,
manuscript on the top of these. A speechin Sun one year. '

congress in most cases interests only FORTY COPIES........................... 4O.OO .: .' ,: >':' '-. ..t';; .:i :' ':-j \> \ ,"i'r" R. .. loSTiiMANUFACTI'RER : : ,- :
the and the of With: an extra copy of the Weekly .. ys .
man speaking, politeness .,,
I Sun and of the t, f'.j .' 1 : t : OF
one copy Daily ,." '
congress does not require any attention :';' :': 1" :: : ': \

from his fellow-congressmen. A member Sun one year, also an six extra copy ., .':, '1" .'",', .. Tin I Sheet-Iron WareAND
of the Daily Sun for months. "- .
"
( :
from Ohio is talking as I write this sent- FIFTY COPiES... .. .................. 5O.OO ; : .- .
ence. Two congressmen, Judge Reaganand With an extra copy of the Weekly DEALER IN
Lyman, of Iowa, stand chatting in Sun and two copies of the Daily !-
front ot him with their hands in their Sun one year.SEVENTYFIVE. PARt LO R OPPjC udC00EST0Aue VBS

pockets, and a dozen members are walking COPIES............ 75.OO H EDOTTERERINVITES :: ,
about the hall. Now a man sitting With an extra copy of the Weekly ,
beside him his hands to call Sun and of theHail"
claps a page, three.copie'4 1
ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF "l3"* ,
and even the speaker is chatting with Sun one year.

Hammond, of Georgia. ONE HUNDRED COPIES...........IOO.OO 'I' I 1
Back by the fire a little coterie of men With an extra copy of the Weekly -+j 1':1--_ ___:__ ____*.._.. :* *-

are laughing, and on a sofa at the other I Sun and four copies of the Dai- II fti t
end of the room Ben Butterworth is tell- ,ly Sun one year. { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }
To
Europe and other Postal Union countries i
ing a story to Stevenson, of Wisconsin.The .
-+.! -t-
at $1.52 for twelve months. ,
same scene will be re-enacted when ,1!* '" *
+II t .
the next speaker arises, and so it is with THE SUN,

nine-tenths of the speeches delivered here. EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF ..f.
Carp in Cleveland Leader. Daily, except Sunday.

i iI
Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably
Under No Circumstances Whatever. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
Cash in Advancel'ostage Prepaid on
Mrs. Clamwhooper, a fashionable New Subscriptions in the United I
York lady,has a pet parrot of which sheis States and Canada. I 1
BE
ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN RECOMMENDED AS
very fond. A few days ago her husbandwas One Year..........$G.OOOne;, Month.....50 Cts.
monkeying with the parrot, when he Six Months....... 'iOOThrct: ; Weeks..3S Cts. I Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. I
suddenly cried out in anguish and danced Four Months.... 2.ool1'wCJ 'Yt'eks..2. Cts. PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .

around the room, holding his fingers in Three Months.... 1.50OneVeek..13,; Cts. COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KIXDS,
his mouth, removing them from time to Two Months..... 1.00, ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF I
time for the of To Europe and other Postal Union countries -
purpose using his mouthto LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS: ,
76 Cents Month.
turn loose a torrent of profanelan- per -- s +* t----

guage.'"Good What's The value of THE SUN as an Advertising 1 I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES 1 AVROUGHT-IRON PIPES. I
gracious! the matter =
Medium is, of course, in proportion to its -----
Charles" said Mrs. Clamwho per; immense circulation and its prices for ad- -i ttt* + DRIVEN WELLS A SPEflAITYTIN

"That accursed parrot!" ejaculated the vertising far less in proportion to the circu-
suffering man. lation-the main element of value in advertising THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. AND IRON ROOFS PUT OX. I"

"I hope you haven't hurt the dear bird." -than those of any other daily paperof --. -- fur Tin Gutters promptly filled :
I
'"Xo, but the dear bird has bit a piece which we have knowledge.The Wind Mills for pumping water or running
out of my finger." safest method of transmitting money NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. light machinery promptly erected on order.

"Great goodness, I hope it didn't bite it by mail i1ohy check, (draft or i postoflice Church. Factory and School Bells tor sale t:
clean out." money order. at a bargain.
"Yes, it did." <*or. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FLA. Stoves::) at Wholesale Prices.
"I No DEVIATION FROM PUBLISHED All goods delivered at the various transportation
wish would
be
you more careful, TERMS. stations within the city free of
Charles. The man I bought that bird from ','
THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANAC, a charge. All sales for ca*h.
told me not to let it taste meat under
any valuable publication of ninety-six pages, is CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.
circumstances. Poor Polly! Polly wanta _, 'L .. ,
published,as a Supplement to THE SUN c.Jt.'. '<. 12 1884.
?" Fernandina, Fla., July ,
cracker -Texas Sittings. about the first of each'. year. It is not for sale .I..J." >.'" .. --
nor is it distributed except to subscribers: of -. To introduce them. i
Methods of the : BIG OFFER
Japanese Burglar.- THE SUN," Daily and Weekly for whose J : :,i'-\t.1; : We will GIVE AWAT
'
It is the custom the Chinese to r :" ; A 1,050 Self Operating Washing Machines Jf :
among benefit it is published. Every subscriber to .
., postomee
"H iou want one, send us.your name
give several dollars to the man who is THE SUN whose :t/4.:
Daily or Weekly, ... and express at once. The National Co.,
first to report to a family that their son name is on our books the first of the year, .". ;' .j' f1 'f 21 Per Street, New York.
has received will receive of THE SUN ALMANACfree ::' '. :, t
the degree Ku Yan. A a copy : ADIESVANTEDTo work for us ut their
number of men determined to avail .( of charge. .;-,< "'''" ," _," .. i T own homes. 87 to *!!<> per week can te J

themselves of the opportunity of making Postal Orders, Checks, Drafts etc., are to easily made; no canvassing; fascinating and
be made payable and all NEWS and BUSINESS steady employment. Particnlar and ample
money which such custom I
a presented.These Communications Jof the work sent for tamp. Address UOMKMAN'FG
men armed themselves with knives addressed, to CO., P.O. Box 191C, Boston, Mass.
A. S. ABELL& CO., Publishers,
and pistols, which they concealed under SALESMEN everywhere, local
their clothing. Others of them held Sun Iron Building __ u __ ___, _________ _____ I. WANT traveling,to sell our goods. Will pay I
Baltimore Md.
leaflets, which are regularly sold in the W salary and all expenses. Write for
at once and state salary wanted. j
streets during an examination. These To Whom It May Concern.U. SILVER-WARE COMPANY: ,
leaflets contain the names of successful Boston, Mass._ __ _
candidates. S. ENGINEER OFFICE( ) The Cabbage for the South )

Thus prepared they proceeded to the ARMY BUILDING: NEW YORK, }) OCH Cs.O'5t

house of a man named Ho. The foremostman Celebrated Fashion CatalcgneQ55JT

went to the door to congratulate the 18S: Either for home use or for shipment to NOBTHXXX MABKETS, OCR 1 FREE for men Spring ISSS ready'Jlarch and Sum-

family on its good fortune. The second -18HENDERSON'S l th,to any adJifs.s. Illustrates and li!'ts
report was close at his heels, and thenfollowed ment, the undersigned assumes control in every thing for Ladies'.G nt!!', Chltpnt!

the men with the leaflets. The the name of the United States, of the Military EARLY SUMMER. .m G.fKi-i men marched inside, and then revealed Reservation at Point Peter. Georgia, J the United States.' ('ottt.! fe
n.ti.ta.::ion snu'rantredornu-n 5 i"fniani -
the and bounds of which described
their true mission. They then robbed the metes are it. C. F. KOCH tv .",< .',
This valuable veil fall Hst of the most desirable
variety as as a
house of and recorded in the office of the Clerk of 6th Ave. & 20th &t.t: 1\. 1. City.W .
some thousand dollars in '
money the Court, Camden ,Georgia
Superior County,
and gratulations clothing.were On long coming and loud.out their At con-the Book'' S., Folios 509, '510 and of said 511. Allpersons VEGETABLE SEEDS .. .. -r: :E ::D
occupying any portion reser:: '
door they fired off their crackers, thus \"atiol1or any buildings thereon erected.- are I Will be found described In onr Manual of EVEEY-THISO FOB TIm GAKDEI,"which wfll be s'to any| TO BUY FOR CASH,
thoroughly deluding the neighbors, and hereby notified that they will be required to address on receipt of stamps [6c.] to cover postage.
amid the noise and uproar of a pretended vacate the same promptly upon the order of I. White Egret and Heron Skins

family rejoicing got away. The hard the Honorable the Secretary War, or his : SEEDSMEN & GROWERS, ,
part of the luck is the fact that no member duly authorized a ent. Peter Henderson & Go 35 A 87 Cortlandt St., In Large Quantities. AddressZEWISOS2T i

:of the Ho family had got a degree.North ,- Q. A. GIr.I )J<)HE. NEW YORK. I : : 2c CO.
,
Colonel of
China Mail Enjrineors.Bv't. .
Maj. Gen'l. U. S. A. 227 Pearl Street, :New York.



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6' it 3 : THE -11 1LUlI:1llA M wolt.W I -jetty has increased the force of the ities -i is:: .so little understood.In l this claim. that Mr. Dougherty has Among the advantages"which arts I

kt.It outward flows of the currents, so as consequence of a sudden out- succeeded in obtaining a unanimous most:: prominently sought for in seeking -

. .{+'!i.W... GEORGE R.. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. to carry the margin formerly exist- break of the.*Indians' in the southern report from the Committee of Claimsin a location by newcomers are(

!i't',r ln\".' Subscription, S3 per year; six months 91. ing on the inner side of the bar, of portion of Florida 1856, it became favor of, and which is now on the those of religious and educational

:'t.. B. I'" Office Corner Centre and First streets second floor 18-foot soundings, out toward the necessary to call out volunteers for calendar for action.As privileges. Fernandina possesses;

lr t ; RATES OF ADVERTISING. sea over half' a mile-a most remarkable immediate service, without waitingfor the Floridian correctly says, it unusual advantages in reference to

:.IT..n'",(1ltj't. <..;:}:1, '. each Ten subsequent cents a line insertion.for the first, and five cents for t' and satisfactory result, indicat- the'Unite$ States Government to is a claim due. the State. .I.for moneys health and pleasantness of location

\.,&itl::..{: .- :..l Special Heading local notices notices 25 cents 15 cents a line.a line. ', ing that the prolongation. of the jetty muster them. In. Several companieswere already paid out to its volunteer soldiery Its religious privileges are quite sufficient -

; !r.. .tttl for time advertisements appli 1 made continue to called out and served as long as who have been the
.' "J:. 't ; Special rate upon would, when carry paid money but how is it with its educational -
ration at the office.Communications. :'
i.e"":. "iJtH: out the soundings until the whole the necessity existed, and were mus- and have signed the receipted pay- advantages? Wehave neither

Mp'***1:' ":\t': .tff est solicited from all upon parts all of matters the county of local and inter from area of the bar is deepened to 21 feetor tered out and paid off by the State rolls. There are no poor soldiers, nor public nor private schools which la t-

}; ;iB- Along the lines of Florida railways. government. The United States
.i more. soldiers'widows or children,involvedin can point to as offering inducements
r; :'fJ All communications intended for publicationshould
!?l be addressed to the Editor: all business This favorable result he ascribesin Government recognized the claim, this claim. It is a claim to reim- to strangers to seek a location here.
::1 ti letters simply to THE FLORIDA 1 MIRROR.<
L. U" a large measure to the recent sea- but it was not in such a shape that burse the State for services long since Such small schools as we have maybe .

-.1.t1'4't''r 1':' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1886. ward extension of the foundation of payment could be made without an paid by the State, and now due to very good, but they are on a small

; }:,. l;r.:,;i -- IMPORTANT r TO FLORIDA. the south jetty over 3,500 feet since appropriation by Congress. The her. There certainly does not seem scale, and our public schools closea

': 't:; The plan of improving the depth December, 1884. money to pay these troops and mili- be any difficulty in understandingthe few months after they are opened.

:: :,:. .i of water on the bars which form at He also states that he found that tary expenses, amounting to about nature of this claim. We need a strong public sentimentto
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; ,. t v the outlet of all rivers into the ocean, the outward 18-foot curve eastwardof $275,000, w raised in part by loan OUR-PUBLIC- ----SCHOOLS.--- take hold of this subject of educa-
'" :
I1" :. i by means of jetties, is in this country the bar had also receded inwardto from certain bonds, and $132,000 bya Our city has long needed much tion, and give it force and effect.

:"' 't of \' the extent so that whereasthe sale of State bonds to the United What shall be said
; 'dr I of comparatively recent adoption. same better school buildings than any we of the interest of
,:lk''j., A h shortest distance between the States from the Indian Trust Fund.
;sip ;f' The Engineer Department now rely have ever possessed. The School a community in the subject of edu-

;t t : J.-ft mainly upon the jetty system for 18-foot low-water soundings within This was the condition of affairs Board have had this matter under cation, when not a dozen of its citiz-

and without the bar in 1883 when the civil war occurred, and of
: \ was fair
v" permament improvement. consideration during the past year, ens, on a evening, attended at

; ,i,.'':f. : Since the first discovery of Florida over one mile, the distance is now course during the period of recon- and have decided upon the erectionof Lyceum Hall}, to hear an address

!a !.1 v 1 the mouth of the St. Mary's river, reduced to 2,500 feet, or more than struction the claim remained in abey- from the State Superintendent of
A creditable school for
I:.,.. ,.,,1 a building
) 11 known in the River and Harbor one-half. ance, and so remained until Governor -
: :
!1 ::..1 ; now the public school of this city, which Public Instruction? Even our own j

> .J1f Bill the entrance to Cumberland The importance of this statement Drew's administration.A .
\, as citizens are obliged to send their
.y.'. will be suitable for its purpose and .
,. ,"' '''''' Sound 1 has 1 been the is obvious and shows the remarkablesuccess contract was. made by Governor
iio .v" recognized as children away to be educated. Is
:. ,\: ., \ an ornament to the city. It is un-
'' best harbor 'the Eastern coast of of the application, of the Drew with Mr. S. I. Wailes, of Washington -
tIt. .tj,, } on derstood the plans have been accepted there not need, then, of some agita- :

:if :t Florida. The harbor has not changed jetty system to this bar entrance.He to Undertake the collection of tion of this subject?
,,' ;fk'j and the contract for the building
.j' f g 't;<.J,:;f1 in this respect, but there has been a also states that the Pelican this claim. Mr. Wailes associated awarded.So The people must be at the founda- ::

), '"t. ti':' ,' gradual increase in the size of vessels::; shoals have diminished in area and with him t Colonel "T. K. Beard, of tion of what is to be done. The
far well. But the erectionof
., 'f! so
;.. ::' 1'' .' in the carrying trade, it having been shoalness, and a greater depth of Tallahassee. These gentlemen devo- a fine school building will be of School Board can only reflect and (

I 'i ; found that the larger the vessels, the water attained eastward of the north ted themselves: to procuring the proofs little avail unless carry out their wishes. If the peo-
I 1" supplemented by
:!f' :' .:'1' ': cheaper the comparative cost of navigating jetty. necessary to sustain the claim, suchas ple take no interest in the matter, it
the persevering effort the of
on
part
;;fi :::i;..; them and the lower thefreight. The depth of water in the ship pay-rolls and other voucherswhichwere is a discouragement for their agentsto :
't 11'j.. the School Board and of the peopleof
;I1 :.'O:a channel has been increased, he reports with difficulty found. A joint act.
', He'It $ this city to make it a first-class
..' 'If'''IJI'( 'n: To meet this increasing size of vessels the resolution or bill was then introducedin
0' .I'.....J. :. by concentration of ebb This subject vitally interests every
i school, in the matter of instruction,
4M:. r :tlo"i: ;r requiring a greater depth of currents in the upper portion of the the Senate authorizing the Secre- citizen !

?}:',, .
\4t struction and at-
a punctual general
'..:.,:, ;1 : at all the ports north. of us have been ation of jetties were laid. report upon the claim. This resolu- ,
> ;t.
tendance of to
conformity
;}, :;. I:. increased in depth by governmentappropriations. He also calls attention to a very tion or bill passed the Senate, and, pupils,
.j: necessary rules and regulations, discipline OY4
1 j., ,.t..' 1, To meet the needful remarkable and favorable conditionof upon Mr. Davidson's motion, was
): and requirements.The .
fi j I ;:Ji't'i':;t+; requirements of commerce, Florida the curents at the entrance to the taken up and passed by the House.
public school for a community L W EIGyT
J 1'4 r,1 needs a deep sea harbor. The sound, and that the ebb currents predominate The vouchers were then submittedto ROYAL Baoe ;
III 11 *-it..t like this must be of a higher grade oinmr nr
A I. ':: "f t Engineer Department has made an both as to velocity and du the Secretary of War by the State
than the of schools.
.:;'t.,' "i1 it t estimate that by the expenditure of ration. The ebb currents averaged agents, and a report was made ad- common run
( tf. I There is no reason, in a city, why
..;:,,;..' jq a moderate amount of money the 2.23 per hour, with a maximum of mitting an indebtedness to the Stateof
the schools should not be
t. <''": :'.' entrance to Cumberland Sound can 3.78 miles per hour, while the flood the principal sum of$221,648, and kept open
t" ., nine months in the To this it
rt.. '\ "'.,<" :''.'.'. l>c deepened to 21 feet at low water, ,' currents only averaged 1.61 miles also stating that'as to about $54,000 year.
"" will be answered that the public
'y; ""..ti'i i which would give 27 feet at }high per hour, with a maximum of 2.52 the proofs offered were not sufficient
"f funds will not allow of more than
y r":1":,:+ .water.l ork was begun in 18S1 on per hour-showing that the outwardor to sanction their allowance under the
four or five months school. If thisis
:, ..t't+ .,., .{ moderate appropriation, and up to scouring current was much in practice of the accounting officers of
1 it is state of affairs
so, a peculiar
>': :, ;; 1885 $258,000 had been expended. excess of the inward or opposing the War Department, although not
; which does not exist in other cities
.1' The last Congress failed to pass any current. impeaching the justice of the claim.
and towns and which should not
w'A. < .. River and Harbor Bill. General RESULTS. Upon this report the matter was ,

4(. h Gillmore the The results of the recent exist here. The amount of money
distinguished engineer survey, again submitted to Congress and referred POWDERAbsolutely
.., \.'\: collected for school in this
';x"I, I :";f'1+t4"1 ,'I ho planned I the work 0 f.improve- he says, considering the small sum to the Senate :Military Com purposes

t.. A ur,,i''4>r inent on this bar, made a careful examination expended $253,000), or 12 1-5 of mittee.. That; committee reported: county is over $8,000 per year. More Pure.
than half of this is paid in
., W. of the condition of the 'estimated cost, arc regarded as very "That there appears,therefore,lawfully money THIS POWDER NEVER VARIES. A
'\ of Fernanadina and of purity strength and whole-
.. ;t1j the city nearly
( ; f.J work in August, 1885. satic factor f. In this opinion it will due to the State of Florida, ac- someness. More economical than the ordinary -
t )?t ip., I half the population of the county is kinds, and cannot be sold in competition -
:..f,;, ;" s The plan of improvement, it must ba noted that General Newton, the cording to the State Treasurer's account with the multitude of low-test, short-
: ,: the of found this island. We are informed alum phosphate
chief of the sum $770,058.43, being on weight or powders.
::tt f.i *l>e borne in mind, is by two converging Engineer Department, 233"Sold only in cans.
the principal and interest of the sums there are between fifty and ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
\1 t 'l low jetties from the shores of.Amelia fully concurs.
\ r 48 100 Wall Street. New York.
which she borrowed and
expendedon
schools in the .
The statement of General Gillmore sixty public county.No
Island on the south and "
; I behalf of the United States.
to the water which be 2** doubt many of them are very
: as carried
i i Cumberland Island on the north oft can
: : The committee go on to say:
small. It is not the number of $250WILL
,, .1t 1'1Ir' the bar, converging to the bar. These to St. Mary's refers: to the depth of In auditing the accounts of the
I
"1 4j r 1,..\1, jetties have been carried out in both water in the river St. Mary's after State, however, the'Secretary of War schools but the character of them,
BUY A
"d'' .tfF:, directions and it is as to their effect. crossing the bar. has disallowed many items under the and the amount of good they accomplish
I' I GOOD SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEAD,
.t ,
4( I { which determines the value of
t r that General Gillmore makes his report The value of this work to the State rules and regulations governing payments -

? \: the substance; of which is- of Florida is beyond conjecture, and to United States regular forces; the work done in any county..., It AT
l'j and yet with all his disallowances FRED W.I HOYT A GO'S '
does not follow rule of
1. That over large portions of the the State may well be proud of the by any rightor
t -, after an exhaustive examination, he FURNITURE STORE, ,
i; } j t r.;4; bar where the ship channel is proposed prospect of a deep sea harbor with finds due $224,648." reason that because in the sparse- CENTRE STREET.

l' ''f'- 21 feet at low water. Our friends of ly settled portions of the county ,
.II ; to be located, the depth of water
'f Now, if w e add the interest on this .
l !t t Jios been increased. ,the .interior should feel an equal schools cannot be maintained for --
f J$ sum from .January, 1857, to April
,1 2. The inward 18-foot low-water amount of ;:interest with us in the over three months, that the inhabi- I DOORS
1 1863 SASH
I to-wit, $412,700.86/wc [havea ,
within the bar which forms accomplishment of this work tants of this city should also be restricted -
i)..' .f. curve ( ), great gross sum due the State of $637-, -AND-

3':. i.:,: ,3 continuation of the marginal 18- both by expressions:: through the 438.95; and deducting the amount to a few months. For the BLINDS,

., t'i st foot curve of Amelia 1 basin: has press and individually to sustain our due indebt- amount of school tax paid in this
Indian Trust.Fund net
,a.
members of w1 city its inhabitants are entitled to AT ,FRED W. HOYT & CD'S.E. .
,
.; worked seaward about 3,000 feet Congress. :,
: %< .. ness due the State of Florida froni
since 1883 --- --- have the public schools kept open ._ _....J ,. __ --- --
Ii \', reaching a point nearly ;TIIE INDIAN HOSTILITIES CLAIM the United States of$309,648.95; and >FRASEK,
i ( 'J': half mile in advance ofthe for not less than eight months. A W.
it.:: t a }present We have been surprised to find if the full amount ,claimed by the 1 HOMEOPATHIC AND HYDROPATHICPHYSICIAN
i
few months' of school and several
t end of the foundation. course of that the nature of the claim of Flor- State is allowed, anet. sum of $442- ,
months vacation, is an anomaly ina Has permanently located at Fernandina.and .
i it
the south This i is located
jetty. pocket ida the
on General Government ,
tin-
1 on 268.64. This is a large sum of money, offers his! professional services t)
f. in the line of the intended settled community. Such an people of this place surrounding country.
: mn ship account of the
made bv
payments
: and
upon every principle of right amount of schooling amounts to Diseases children a :sperialtv.
t channel. This: indicates State #3-Can be found at the TourL-t Hotel.
{ that the the in
repressing Indian hostil and
1Pi justice should be paid. It is comparatively
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THE FLORIDA ,MIRROR:. FEBRUARY ,27, 18b6.

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NEW GOODS: CLEARING OUT SALE ,. ,

PAUL FUNKE'SffDRY "
-IN THEcTCITY -
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.-5 ,. )

i i H tH,|

MART ) StPECIAL: : : : : 1 'OTICE.: : .

GOODS EPORIllj I: :


J. & T. KYDD
p4-- +*4l- +4+ i| I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I
M. DOWNEY ,I

HAVE DECIDED TO CLEAR OUT THE BALANCE OF THEIR .
his large and extensive NEW WINTER GOODS. FALL AND WINTER STOCK AT A GREAT REDUCTION, IN i
Has now opened ORDER TO.:MAKE ROOM FOR THEIR SPRING STOCK. I
and Domestic
stock of Foreign
I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof BARGAINS WILL BE FOUND IN EVERY t
Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting of Colored DEPARTMENT: INCLUDING tt t-

DRY GOODS Silks, Satins, Velvets; Cashmeres; Blankets are among -.... t

my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety; CLOTHING
-AXD- SHOES DRESS GOODS rJ I

FAMILY GROCERIES, PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
,. Prints and Domestic Goods. !

CONSISTING IX PART OF- Embroideries, ;Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Ribbons, \
GOOD PRINTS at 4 Cents. BEST PRINTS at 5 Cents.
French and English Cashmeres, Merinos, Feathers, Satines, Piqued, Ginghams, and in short everything .; .
Alpacas: Delaines,Satines, Lusters, Prints, be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods. establishment. Special 50c. Dress Goods, 30 25c. Dress Goods, 20 t
'Seersuckers, choice lot of Family Blankets II
a
ofMBOYS'
and varied assortment
attention is directed to large
,Flannels of all colors(Red, Blue, my 15c.U 10 10c.U 6 "
White, Brown, Olive Opera etc.,) I
Irish Linens, Towels. Napkins.Poilcys .
ers of,beautiful Table Linens design and and Coy MEN CLOTHING 1A GREAT BARGAIN IN BUCK SILKS, $1 fl-YflRD 8 a I

finish,Irish and Hamburg ,
Edging?, Embroideries, WARRANTED TO WEAR; SEND FOR SAMPLE. ; I
Laces and Shawls, which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling! at t Ir
.'. astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at one- _,' WE HAVE ALSO SPECIAL JOBS IN Men's, Youths' f
READY-MADE 1OLOTHING half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear and and Boys' Clothing, PICKED UP BY OUR BUYER IN XEr.. t
Furnishing Goods of every description. YORK CITY. "
$&-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to J
Broche'e (plaid and all- ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. ,,.;. t :.I;
Wool), Broadcloths, Doe- HATS CAPS BOOTS, SHOES, t
skins,Satinet Jeans. Cotton 7. & T. KT1DD: : -
Flannels, White Goods, Shirt-
ings,Sheetings,Gents' FurnishingGoods for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes,at low prices. In Domestic Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., l
Hats. Caps, Umbrellas, Boys and I will not be i
Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains,
and Gents'Suits of latest style and finish NEW YORK O'FICE-83 Walker,St. \ FERNANDINA, FLA. f
White
undersold. Linens and Goods are among my specialties.
,Trunks,Valises,Satchels: Ladies and
Gents'Shoes,Gaiters, Hosiery, Ladies and Attention is also directed to my large assortment of tH
Children's Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear, .
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODScomprising DRY GOODS CLOTHING Fk'
INGRAIN AND BRUSSELSCABPETINGS **i

everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea I l k f
call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, atIjkEIbi :r.A.NU'.A.BY 23: 1SSS.: ) i

cc My prices are positively betow those of any house, and fully 1I ,

Mattings, Rugs, Oil-Cloths, etc. 15 to 35: per cent less than those of any credit OQM I

Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and -+ E ? G D EMf RIU I+- L w concern. I want the money down; they give yon thirty and 1I)
China Ware, Goblets, Tumblers, Bowls, sixty days in which to pay, and make up for the petty privilege by >
Ewer, Basins, Butter Dishes, etc. 0 charging you ten years' compound interest. And yet people insist 0 :I' f ,
upon calling this nonsense. I
A NICE LINE OF FURNITURE, CE1VTRE STREET, To those who have not bought of me, I would ask their inspection i ; i
if! '
0 to convince them that I give the BEST GOODS for the money. n
Furniture, Chairs Tables Spring
Beds, Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, 'ER1eT.r: ..NIDIN: A..
and a great variety not mentioned here. mvv JIi:: c:> :a: 1.\1.1: .A.1'Q'" GO 1 f :
'
All the above was-purchased by the Proprietor r-1 CORNER SIXTH AND ASH STREETS. : L,
while recently in New York, at the
..,
and will be I.
LOWEST FIGURES
VERY soVl at a small living protit FOR CASH. CHEAP FOR CASH AT W. J. LOHMAN'S. ,
I
Having: been established in East Florida ,
and since expect 1853 and to receive in this city a large since share 1801,I of hope the 1VLODEJ: :Brtc:: ::> 'S

,and will endeavor to make
public patronage
GENERAL INSURANCEREAL, ESTATE *
i
+THE CITY MART* : '
IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
-. = AE1 TC Y=
in the future,as in the past, one of the most : m .
popular Stores in the city.
1 offer my best thanks for past:; favors. Y f

Fernandina, Nov. 14,M.1885.LAKE'S;DOWNEY.. fJm// { DRY GOODS IN 1886 \\\\\hlllli\\\ I CHARLES V. HILLYER- t "

FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. i

*;.

I 1* .. ( *J :( OFFICE, S. W. CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.MALLORY'S : t

j e i
JEWELRY STORE I : -: .EI.IJ.A.: :: SERVICE.: : : : : ill
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Offers for the approaching Holidays a fine STEAMSHIP LINE
assortment of Solid and RolledJEWELRY "_; .. We have just received from the North and East an rSEMIWEEKLY

immense stock of J .
SAILINGS
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I.
Ladies and Gentlemen's 1[( DRY GOODS : CLOTHING, 11 l


Gold Silver Watches .
Hats Boots and Shoes
Caps, ,
CLOCKS OF ALL :KINDS, "
';
is and in fact a full line in every Department, of the rf'1) / '

Silver Ware in Large Variety, LATEST DESIGNS and able to -.
; as we are buy ---- p .,if
& = in bulk,'we are prepared to offer same at .
,1 r-SPECTACLES.REPAIRING .- '.",


REASONABLE PROMPTLY; RATES.EXECUTEDAT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION)? .,'"' ... tt<:'.. ..
'!': fH ;,'.

No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. .. I .
Bush of business prevents our naming specialties. ._,, -";1-;,\."":,':1>f''U;.. J', .
.1it":: Can and examine stock. .', ,, -,
my All we ask is a trial Call and examine our stock ; '

.
"WIMI. r : .'f' before purchasing elsewhere. .
LAKE '
., :1:1' Proposed Sailings for February and March.
; It6r No trouble to show goods at :MODE :BBC'S. .
Centre Street. Steamers leave Pier 20, E.R., at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina p.m. '

_lrnandinn,Nov.14, 1885. -t4: L. : STEAMEBS. LEAVE NEW YORK. LEAVE FERXANDINA.
:; :J! CARONDELET...........................Friday. February 12th. Wednesday, Febrnary 17th.
"". K. BAUKNIGHTv -e, 'it CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.........:Tuesday, February 16th. Saturday.February :20th.
STATE OF TEXAS..Friday, February 19th. Wednesday, February 24th.
AGENT, J (C CARONDELET..........................Tuesd'ay. February 23d. Saturday, February 27th.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..........Friday, February 26th. Wednesday, March 3d.
BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER STATE OF TEXAS........ ...........Tuesday, March 2d. Saturday, March 6th.
ANDDealer This Line, having no Transfers between Fernamlina and New
in Ice York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
TENNESSEE; BEEF A SPECIALTY MODE BRO'S The traveling public are offered the advances of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
BUOOM STREET WHARF. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
1 connections at FERNANDIXA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL
[_FERNANDINA. FLA. ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
JOHNS OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA 'TRA1SITRAII..ROAD
JAMES )(JIcGIFFIX '.. NrI for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
i iI PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
QO NTH ACT OR AND BUILDER. I I LEADERS OF LOW PRICES I -\h\\ \ LAKE WEIR.

'I. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
Alachua Street between Second and Third : .J 4Nos t freight,passage rates and schedules, or further information,apply to

FERNANDINA, FLA. R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, ;;..
.
Orders and 30 & 31 Centre St. Fernandina. FERN AlDII1 A, FLORIDA.. 3
fully estimates from. ,a distancecare-* .! C. H. MALLORY & CO., oj
attended to. -25-t,. .., .. York. ,"
( i : Pier 20 East River,New 51* ;r
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(, '.i 4' THE, FLORIDA MIRROR: FEBRUARY 27... ,.1886.l&'fi ., .. .. ..,

4 "" : .
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>,.r. ; '
.J.J"j: ; Sheriff-h. .W. Epperson, Lake Butler.! -
?[fJj
t M.DISOl'OUNTY.. : : \ .
; GENERAL DIRECTORY. I :: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.' = ::."':
'J .,Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, 1 ;; :;;1
M. Madi "
{t..I'm'1Oit' United States Officers. Starke., -- v: .. '.....* .-< > County Judge' -11.' Witherspoon. ,. ,-'-, r- "" o-r.. Q =- ._....
School.s-.T. L. Hill, Like son. Notice to,'' -J -..:-
Superintendent of TaxPayers..Notice ; .C c ::: ::" I
LAND GAINESVILLE Sheriff S. A. Parramore, Madison. -s73i35.s
::
f :: OFFICE, ; s a
tr : : Bu r. .. .. is l hereby-given 'ft the
Madison >> Tax-Payers .
Clerk John M. ,
Begs
'f1t. t:41" deg/Jlter-L. A. Barnes, ,Gainesville: BREVARD COUNTY. : : ..
J !11 ; of the City of Feruundiiia that I
Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry am now
; J Gainesville. :5rt; 0
t Keccivcr John F. Rollins
Pit =
; t.; City ready to receive the taxes assessed for _7Z yUc ,. .
.. Surveyor-General F. McClellan.. ...,County Judge-James A. McCrory, Madison. municipal : -r r.- *-2 2r. >.
1'jt.-tf if Point. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith,'Madison. purposes: for the ..)'t'; r ItfSo, at the =
fI\1"!ft' J'h'lt!: DISTRICT COUBT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector vf l(1we-ll. V. Wads worth, Mayor's office, on Third street. 'i I r SI.pa<:

;;1'1J.';Ji!!i ..JulgThom Settle, Jacksonville. ''-Sheriff M: E: English. Titusville. Madison.i '. U.' J. WESTBEKG, .,.., ?:::?fH _. S 55 'f<
'I Citv'TaxCollector.Fernandina.Fla. g
"' 1 t,1' ;a Jl'lrlltal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed, le.Superintcjident MANATEE:: COUNTY. -
; ; f r.t Clerk-PJiilip Walter;Jacksonville., of Schooh-John H.. Laws, :. ., Jan. 28,13u.', P n
i REVENI'E.I ',' Cih"'Point. County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee. .crj. i "
'I : INTERNAL / ('lerk-Rohert $. GriHith Manatee. = IIs : g.chi
tr Notice to .. fl.-
Contractors. : : I
CALI IO UN
:
.?a:;' Collector-'). Ci Thompson, Jacksonville., ( Sherij}-\. S...Vi.. I'ine Level.. He ;C": P. -t: '< ji.:i .....j
\r.3'tlt: COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge William Clark. Collector f Ret v Henry( E. Carlton, Proposals"will: received< bv the undersigned '.'=awn: :05 =: :.53:. 1'
until :
.
nf =
Wednesday
Q Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fo evening at G < < r- i
ftl'1 y : John W. Howell, Fernandina. Joseph S. Stone. clock, February: 3d, fur grading Broome o -=
Sheriff
Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward e':::: ; '
:
'. :' ','I Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. T'easurer-J. P. Richards. ,> 'street across the marsh! between Seventh v- "=" -- :-: I

ii;tt.4': John F. house, St. Augustine. Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins.!' Pine Level M.RIU'OUSTY.:: and. Eighth street' Specifications can be :"" -s 0" 0:5'. ( .. I
Superintendent of'S.chools-"W.' G. Coxwell. obtained on application. c'cn':,'" r ,-

t d.t t State Officers. CLAY COUNTY.County County Judge-J. II. Williams, Ocala.' JAMES McGiFFiN: Hi lipn : ; :
Clerk Robert Bullock Chairman
i 1j.t f Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Ocala. Fernandina Fla. Street Committee. ..:_:_ ........ ......."
.
1 ; EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. SheriffE. Williams, Ocala. Jan. 28,188G.Notice. t:: -
.It _
!tJ'J Park. : ::..c u: -...... ? i' # Collecor of Revenue-W. p. Trantham, -i oC r' V
Tallahassee.
: Governor-Edward A. Perry
t. 1 Clerk-G. N. Bardin,-Green Cove Spring. Ocala. tt =-,.. ,.....
LieutenantGovernor Milton, H. .t'1Q
j:; Mabry, .= _
., : '' Sheriff James W. De'Vitti Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne ALL WHOM r. .....I
;( .tc'',!"", ... Leesburg. TO IT MAY CONCERN : (; ?5 = .Q .
: Secretary of StaleJolaliassee I .L..Crawford,.Tal Sprjngst r Fort McCoy. Notice i is hereby given that ):have been' .;..... Qc- cr'r,0
Green
J. Wilson.
of Revenue W. ,._
Collector ..
'I. MONROE:: COUNTY.' appointed Administrator of and I :;: CD 1v
t
? 'n
; ; :(.,; singular t-3
W. Hall
Geo.
Scltools '
: ;
;' ; Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. the goods, chattels, rights and credits of -y< ;:: < :w
:1 A Treasurer-E. S. Grill.. McRae. JOHN C. SNOWBALL, deceased, and all ,;? :; .... Q
"" } Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. : t::::: .=. C
; COLUMBIA COUNTY. creditors of said -. -- -r1r
i'4 AUoriiey-Getieral M. Cooper, Tallhaas- estate, legatees, and -
j't'tt : Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. persons ::
see. .County Jll.dge-'Y. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Rf'lenuelason S. Moreno, entitled to distribution are notified to present I ;; -
\ ; Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West their' claims and demands, duly attested'withiri .r.Fr....:: (11 -u:>: >

lr.l Sujterin'tndcnt of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Srltools--J. V. Harris:Key two years from this date, and r_ Q ,. ':1: .Z L...'
., f: Jacksonville.AdjutantGeneral W. Lake City. that the same will be barred unless Qgcco
'.' s ll"r Russell, Collector of Taxes- Payne, West. exhib- >=.3 r:n o
J. .. ,., ? 1. -David Lang. 'Superintendent of Scfiools-\V. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. ited within said period. aforesaid.C. O SS to 3 rP 1-3
.
.1' :; p ; "O
't f' Lake City. -r A. SNOWBALL. o
,' I *r SUPREME COURT. ', :: u
.' '' DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan Administrator estate of. John C. Snowball, -=, 0'Jc"QgQQ-r. w
Justtce Geo. G. McWhorter.
l tin Chitf dina. deceased. ..

',>.i.1. ; hassee.. Raney, Talla- Clerk County-T.Judge-Allen\Faulkner.E.. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Hart's'Road, Fla.;' December 29th, 188,). = z V=.-=.01.-yR 00 m
," '! Sheriff-John" A. Ellermann Fernandina. dec29 6w -Q -w
{' B. Van Win. M. Mettaur. 17 ui7 J.:.>
!'i. ; Associate Justice-R. Valkenburgh, Sheriff 'k
Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland Fer- =
....i ., .7'i.i'\;"" _". Jacksonville. Treasurer J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. ,. In Justice's Court. .9....._ C .:: ......... m
: Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. ; = ;:;
'l. Collector
.ot1'\.r ) of Revenue Warren F. Scott. Fer- GEO. S. WILSON, Agent ) Claim, $58.00. I ,.z
i.:. CIRCUIT JUDGES.". DUVAL COUNTY. nandina.
"' Mt versus }[ Bond, $116.00. I
;"; ..' .j.i.;: ... First C'ircuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens!' A\.F. ANSLEY AND 'VI FE. Attachment. ..
: tt; sacola. sonville. Evergreen. --
: 7Jr.; ARE HEREBY
1 ", ",'i Second Cil'cuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Trcasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan- YOU writ of NOTIFIED THAT
I attachment has been issued .
tic_. : : !.Cee.r' Sheriff Henry D. Holland Jacksonville. dinu. against you, and I attached ,. .,i i
your property to : '
I '0 "
f Third Circuit R. J. Vann, Madison. Daniel P. Smith Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. "
; ".. Assessor of Taxes- satisfy the demand of Geo. S.Wilson .,"
; ,, Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. Agent.
-t: "
L. Orlando. 5800.
amounting to
County Judge-J. Bryan, Now, unless you shall
; ville. Collector Revenue-Moses .1. Brown,
: of
Clerk Thos. before W.
r J. Shine, Orlando. appear S, Livingston, a Justice of
S : F. Gaines-
Crcuit-Thomas
( Fifth King, Jacksonville.Superintendent.
,,1iJ- Collector of Rel.'emte-F. T. Hardeman, Or- the peace in and for Nassau .5 I .
,
Ii'1<' ; : ville.Sixth. School Wittiam H. Babcock County, on S k
of *- '
.' t lando. March 1st, A. D. 1886 being the ; ;
1 Circ/Lit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Jacksonville. appearance 'I ,5 J"J"t
JI.1- Superintendent of School.'I-John T. flecks day for said month I
'J"t Seventh Circllit-E. K. Foster Sanford. judgment will be ren- I f I
: ; ,
; :, -: ; ESCAMBIA. Orlando. pered against!!! you, and your property soldto
... l
.' .\. ... ,." 2 SW1eyor-J. 0. Fries" Orlando. the debt.
.1! t\! County Judge-Walter Tate. pay i
;: ;,t tot JoI, .tl...11......", 1: CL art Calendar. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Treasurer-G. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. GEO. S. WILSON, Agent,

;? I',:,.,.,.J FIRST CIRCUIT. SherffJoseph'Vilkins.TreaurerJ. POLK. Plaintiff. ,
f..
-r1 .
; ',' '; .1 3 Fall" TermSanta. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Fernandina, Fla., January 29, 1885. 2rn
i :" : :"i";( ',) Rosa, .oat ,d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palme's. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.

,; .;; ,:J! Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Be/tOols-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. In the ,Circuit Court, 4 -1 r } 5b %
.t;" 1 Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Treasurer-F. F. Beville. JUDICIAL .. 1 ; J. ;
FRANKLIN. FOURTH
.. t CIRCUIT NASSAU
'... ,f:i in October. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis.Superintendent .
){. 't r.f. .t. Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. of Schools-John Snoddy. COUNTY, FLORIDA. ;. <..
.. ,\., .o tt!"" in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. -" '

q r': .:, :J Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. GEORGE W. BAER,

y" jr. r" r' ( October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S. Houghton, Palatka. )i Chancery.'. / .
J
,
". .. :t' :'''; Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. MARY ANN vs BAER / M1 er, Divorce .. ..'1t
);sf ;';:1t'4t This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. "

,,.. '. ;'n !..C 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. It appearing from the affidavit of George ,
t, I ,,. H. Baer the -
'Jir" complainant in the above suit. r'
.'\ .... ..f SprinsTerm. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A J.V\ ood, "
(9.,:'("'.I .."::1:;........ THIRD CIRCUIT.Spring County Judge-J. Palatka. that defendant, Mary Ann Baer, is absent
....t"t41 .f Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. from said
*. .!; 2. Term- Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. State, and resides in the Districtof
.: '. '. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Sheriff Columbia-
Treasurer-A. W. Smith. Countif Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Pern. Now therefore, it is ordered that said de. I

.: ,:, 2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. fendant, Mary Ann Baer, appear and
1' School.s-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun
i "" i': ''.::' Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Perry. answer or demur to complainant's said bill
Superintendent of Be/wols-T. J. Faulkner, of complaint, filed in said Court in the
4v41 Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. THE FLORIDA
,.J'.l. ;, in April. Perry. county of Nassau, on or before the first
i '' Columbia 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper.' County Treas-urer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. : Monday in February, being the first day of
r ,
I IMPROVEMENT .COMPANY
!. April. Clerk-J': Caldwell, Jasper. County SUl"veyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. said month. 18(56( and that this order be rpOWN
6 : If. "F Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee .
6th after 4th of I'erry.SANTA published in the Florida Mirror, a
Lafayette Tuesday Monday newspa-
to ,
: ;
:a .t Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. :
published in said of Fernandina
city
in ROSA. per ,
'r:.-t:. I,4"a: ;! April. Superintendent of Schools- J. N. Reid, Fernandina,
.. f a" ',\ Fall Term- County Judge-John Chain. county of Nassau, for four consecutive:

L'1,::1 ::.t Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. It. Shepard. weeks. Towns on R. R. Line.
..: 1tI;:,,.) .... October. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. Witness Hon. James M. Baker, Judge of I
t!':, l. v'+ Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rr.renue-'V. J. Williams. said Court and the seal thereof, this 31st And Cedar Kej

( ":'/ :.,: ."p Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. day of December, A. D. 1885.

r'I' '\ :r. Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday S/teriff-J..A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S JOHN. EDWARDS,
COUNTY.
t; .. ,tj ;in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecan to. Clerk Circuit Con it. Nassau Co., Fla. -
r illkt( -; I': i. Columbia-3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-M. It. Cooper, St. Augus- Fernandina, Fla., January 2, 886.

;f.I,. '. -:.,: f October. xille. tine. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers large-

;;., ;' .: .+ Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
\ ;<, ';i ': It"" in October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine An OrdinanceFor number of the most eligible and desirable-

to,' "t '". FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Rer.'enue-Joseph F. Llambias, Fixing the Rate of Assessment for Taxation

,1", ,,,\ : St. Augustine. the Year Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
', for 1885.
Terr-i Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Sc/wols-Pcter S. Arnau,

S I ..: I 4th in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. IT ORDAINED BY Suburban Residences
.Jot i ;.tl Clay, Tuesday THE CITY City or ,
BE
."i t!. ... I Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. Council of Fernandina, That, for the

", t,1'"z''" ;;:."'" Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, purpose of meeting the current expenses of UPON EASY TERMS.

J<' l; ty Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. said city, and the past due indebtedness

','aa 7:ri.. Duval 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A.. H. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. thereof, for the year 1885; also, tor the pur-
lt i' Fall Term Clerk-t. H. Pitman. Collector of Re'lenue-I. N. Withers, Lees- pose of establishing a Water Works and Fire Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

,tI". '; '" St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis. burg. Protection, there be raised by levy upon the
;clti.-1: ,::f" Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Venable; real and personal property of the city, as parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

.; t Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. Sum terville. assessed tax of thirteen ((13) mills on the

', 1 4e ''. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. dollar as follows : For current expenses, rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

I ;:,;. I': Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. nine ((9)) mills!' ;; for past due bonds, one ((1))
1 Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. mill, and for water supply and fire protec- erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
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Nslt County Judge-George F. Baltzell. tion, three ((3)) mills.
,, f i't. FIFTH CIRCUIT. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. residence in which to conduct their
.,; ,,. Clerk-Frank Philips. First reading, December 16th. or
... I. '
:'! Spring TermSumter Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,
i f.:.J ? 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. Second reading; December 16th.

i ,, t4 g t Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools"" A. W. Mizzell, Third reading,and passed, December 16th. business.

'"... Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Ret'enue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. G. F. AVERY,
:: (il\i
INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
Superintendent ofSdiools-Samuel J. Erwin. President of Council.
.\ ,u;.; l JIi! March. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
{'. f ; Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday >in JEFFERSON. James H. Chandler Enter- Attest: GEO. E. WOLFF.
County Judge- City Clerk. by exemption for a term of years from
\ f..: it March. < County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.
r,; g 5" Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday D. B. Bird Monticello. Clerk H. J. Faulkner Approved : W. II. POPE.
'1.;, MJ. 'O Sheriff : Enterprise. janl 4w Mayor. taxation offered by the several cities and
',10.,. ,.. 'ff4l '. # in April.Fall Clerk W. C..Bird, Monticello. StmFBarton/ F. Brooke, Enterprise.
Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. towns. Apply to
3 .i r \ b Sumter, 1st Tuesday October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B.'F. Fox, New. CHAS. W. LEWIS,
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\; iv'4 Marion, Tuesday in October. '
1t. County Treasurer-W. :M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. tiThe
t ':!i'I :; Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Fernandina.
t
J.' } I Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- J 5& Office, Duryee building (up stairs)

tt..., .fl-l:; ':u., Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday: ticello. County Judge-H. S. Smith. corner Centre and First streets.
. !.'f''1 in November. Sheriff-Charles Alligood;Crawfordville. -
11"'=-<<' "I.;" J SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Best Newspaper in America

: Spring T"m- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, ,
;'\I\\ Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby. Craw fordv ill e. and by far the Most Readable.

: :;; Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Trea'ltrer'V. W. Walker, Craw- wanted
Agents
'. s 1 R'R Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville. everywhere to earn ..' :. ,(;
1it ." .p,.1J Dade, 3d Monday in April. Collector of Ret'enue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- money in distributing the Sun's Pre- : > -

;Jt t Fall Term- County TreaurerA. L. Morgan, New fordville. miums. ;:. ";',-:: ;"; ; .". .
J 'f ., i Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. -

fii;m Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Ret'ellUe-J.T. Cates, Old Town. The most interesting and advanta- I j;.
County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. ... .
fI Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. offers ever made News- .
Clerk D. McLeod. geous by
; Dade, 2(1 Monday in November. G. any X; ,' ?. ?. Jf, .
LEON COUNTY. J Sheriff--John C. McSween. paper. :.

1-M"I Count/ M. West Treasurer-James E. Bowers. r .
County Officers.ALACHUA. J/tlge-E. Tallahassee. Collector No Subscriber ignored ,..-. "
I .., Sh.eriff-John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. of Rt'lenue'V. B. McLeod. or neglected. 'J : _:''<. :

Y, '<:. I t,tt'' ... Clerk-G. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. Something for all. 'u-.i',": \'.'. F,.- r., .".
tt'f'
"" County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines Superintendent of Schools N.Felkel :.,
1 R .1" Henry WASHINGTON.County :: Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in ".
.. v111e.f Tallahassee. '-, '
tt. '
1- Judge-Wm. B. Jones. Standard Gold and other WatchesValuableBookfl 4 "'J.<, aj"w T Y
Carlisle
Clerk-J. A. Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. .
.. 4 Il'\\il I Clerk ]). D. Melvin. the'Best Family Machine ? ." .: ,,,.!'!. i
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I Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of :Rnenue-C.. C. Pearce, Talla" Sewing i' :.. 't, "

't., Collector of &l.'enue-II.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Sheriff-8. "T..Da vi S.. known to the trade, and'an unequaled list ,"> if',<:': :;t1; : ,
"t ;:" Treasurer Thomas J. :Miller. : >"
\ :
I h ville. LEVY COUNTY.:: of objects real utility and instruction. '. .
'ft. :, ;;;;'! ;
Collector f f Ret'emte-John Roche. ;'
of Schools W. N. Sheats .
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Superintendent ": :
Clerk-J. M. Barco Bronson. ; : "
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r." (hines"ille. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. Rates .. '. -' .f
by Mall, '
Sheriff H. Bigham, Bronson. Postpaid: ,. ..
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BAKER: '
COUNTY.
L t y' Collector of RerenueV. Anderson, DAILY, per Year(without Sunday) S6 00 '< :

: },r Iii 1 Coitnty Judqe T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. DAILY, per: Month(without Sunday) 50

. ';.. f. \ Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr.. Sanderson. Superintendent; of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, LUC'COTTAGE: SUNDAY, per Year I 00 i ,!( k4., .' <
":: Vanbuskirk '.'"
; 't ritrJ."T. Sanderson. Bronson.
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FOR EVERY
'f. DAY IN THE YEAR '
1 Collector of P..erelme-J.. Burnsed Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, 7 00 ., .,,,,,,,.., ,., .
. f? San- LIBERTY. WEEKLY, per Year 100 I .<.?A I"''.li, ;.<:"t-.".>:t.l._ !i<,".".-,,,.,,"... '''""

hr;. S.4 :.:, j derson.Snntrintfnlcnt of Schools-Wm. Lessene, County Clerk-A.Judge-R.J. Wooldridge.F. Hosford. FERXANDINA. FLORIDA. iddress, TOE; SUX New Tork fil,. : , :::::?- ,'

f t'Lt r"i !t ,.:.. S.inderson. Sheriff D. G. Harrell. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor "

Wf BRADFORD COUNTY. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. without board. Table Boarders will be "MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING ILL-HEADS. XOTE- E.\.DS\ LETterHeads
C-rt'ili/ .T'lhe-T. R. Richard, Like Butler Collector of Rt'lenue-L. G. Wilder.Superintendent THE 'B"
I accommodated transient. is
; also e noted for the artistic manner Cards, etc., neatly printedat
: 'i' Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. of Schools- .T.J. Gregory. 2 O. in which it
.I I I '.. Miss LUCY THOMPSON. executes all kinds of Printing. the MIRROR office-
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.. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FEBRUARY 27. 1886. ..



The Wonders Which Time "Work ESTAnLIS :ED 1875. I I R. S. SCHUYLER Savannah Florida &Western Ar. ..
Interlachen.
R'y. ........... 6.10a m 4.06 p m-
Sixteen years ago two men were stand- -- .! Ar. J.T, & K W June....* 7.30ai11 435pm

ing on one of the street corners in the ,,AP OI ITECT.- WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 5.10 p m

town of Atchison, Kan. One! them was DRUGS and' M'EOfCINESHO Ar. Jacksonville.......... 1.22 pm 7.12pm

GeorgeV.. Glick, then a lawyer there. A FOR BUILDING OF 'ALL trains of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .

third man passed on the opposite side. :DESIGNS with Plans, Details, Specifications slower((90th) Meridian than Jacksonville time, which time.is 33 minutes Ocala, Leesbu ..... ............} Fast Mail

He had a linen duster belted around him and Superintendence. For Pemberton's Ferry........... >

and wore a silk hat which was more noticeable SEY .& CO., For Astor.................... ............ J 11.45am
for its ancient pattern than for f \ ON and after Sunday, May .3d, 1885, For Palatka....;......... "j Ex. Sun ...... ......

gloss. He carried a grip in one hand I I WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, follows: Trains will leave and arriveas For Jacksonville....... V. -........... ......?......

which looked as if it would: not bear too J' NEW For St. Augustine......J 3.00 a m 2.05 p m
ORLEANS
=1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1= EXPRESS.
much rough handling. Mr. Glick said: MERCHANT TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.Fnn .
COMMISSION Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m
"That man has had a lawsuit somewherein Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m Pemberton's Ferry........... ) Fast Mail

the country, and probably has walked Street Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............ [ ......_......
into town to save the fee which he got." Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber Arrive at Waycrosa daily at...........10:00 a m From Ocala................ ............J 3.05pm

The remark was made in reference to Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m From palatka........... ] Ex. Sun. .............. _

the other man's poverty. This same man VERNANDINAFLORIDA, BY THE CARGO, Arrive! at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... } .............. ......_......
went into a dingy office, and later in the Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m From St.Augustine... 9.30pm 12.45pm

day came out. He was met on the street KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort For Domestic or Export Trade, Arrive at Pensacola daily at.I........10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.

by John A. Martin,editor of The Atchison of FRESH and PURE FOR Arrive at :Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park'Astatula -
Champion, who was also postmaster. EIGN and DOMESTIC FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Arrive at New Orleans daily at:..... 7:45 a m etc.:

Martin calling: him by name, said: "I am Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pen sa. Leaves Leesburg...........................10.30 a m
going away for a week or two'and want Drugs and Chemicals send for'our Select List of ,. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45 pm
to act editor ADVERTISERS Geo. P. Rowell & Co. cola Mobile, NewOrleans. Texas. all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only- after
as postmaster or
somebody
I, 10 Spruce Street, New York.RAILROADS.. Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick noon trip :
I don't care which. Which job will you Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
:, -- -- ----- take. this, train, arriving at Brunswickvia LeavesLee&burg........................... 5.20 p 111
take? The man said he would play B. & W. R. It at 7.40 p. m.
editor, and he did. He made The Cham- Proprietary nii l Fancy Goods, Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this

pion a pretty lively paper for a week or i I Ii train, Savannah to .Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .
ten days, and came pretty near having a : FINE TOILET ARTICLES, and New Orleans. I
fight with the "fellow" that was runningthe Florida Railways Navigation Co. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa &

"sheet across the way." Since that !! PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. Key West Railway and fast river steamers .
time George W. Glick has been made I IgoyemoI' I Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville I for St. Augustine:Green Cove Spring, Jacksonville i

of Kansas for one term. John IN GREAT VARIETY. ,I to St. Louis:: via Waycross.FAST and all points North, East and ,
KEY West and with
THE LINE up-river steamers for South
A. Martin succeeded him, and is the pres- ; MAIL. Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron r

ent incumbent. The man whom Glick :; Physicians' Prescriptions EMBRACING TIlE WESTERN, CENTRAL AND Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship fi?:
pointed out, and who was Martin's editor :1 carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at SOUTHERN DIVISIONS. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:00: in "City of Monticello," for Charleston, New {

for ten days, is now serving his second i reasonable Prices.SEWING. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m York Boston, Philadelphia, etc. i

term as United States senator from Kan- Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m :Mail trains make close connection both '
sas. His name is Ingalls.-Chicago Her- CENTRAL ((90ru :MERIDIAN) TIME. ONE HOUR Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville Tampa & Key West .

ald. MACHINES, SLOWER THAN WASHINGTON, D. C. Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Railway, at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast

Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m I Line-Fast Mail. '
Cantilever Bridge in Japan.A ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m At Wait's Crossing, with Florida Railway

SCHEDULE IX EFFECT JAN. 10, 1886. Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a in : & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
letter from Yokohama, Japan, gives 'For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices Arrive at Washington D.C., daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &

the following description of an old bridge -- Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee Savan- ,
constructed by native engineers. The -"LSOATTA"H"ENTft Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars nah, New Orleans, and all points North. ;

writer evidently shared the popular but of description and Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Savannah to New York without change. ,East and West ; and with Florida Railway

erroneous impression that engineers had S for every any Sewing Machine, "a" means A..M. time. "p" means P. M. time. EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. tfc Navigation Company, for Cedar Key, :
the claim of novelty in the cantilever Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa.At .
urged for sale. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 m
Read down. Read p Ocala with Florida ,
The is the description up Railway fc Navigation .
principle. following 7.30: a "3 Lv Jacksonville..........Ar :H 8.40 p Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m Company and hacks for SilverSpring.
verbatim: :%S01d' Machines repaired. at moderate 8.14s. Lv Baldwin...... .........Ar 5 7.53p Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m ,
"At the sacred City of Nikko the other prices. 9 41 a..... Lv Lake City ............Ar .rn 6.13 p Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 ;
o2 ............... : p m At Leesburg, with the St. John's fc Lake
Live Oak Ar
10.36 Lv 5.14
I rather amused and interestedat HENRY HOBEIN a 05 p E
day was 6.3 Lv Madison.Ar Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p m Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
11.14 g 33.53
seeing a fine and very costly bridge of ; Corner Third and Ash Streets 12.15 p a ::t I.vonticello..Ar CD :g 2.10 p p Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:00 pm Railway, and boats on Lake Harris' for ti.

cantilever construction-abutments of I 8 Fernandina Fla. 2.12 p Sg> Lv Tallahassee............Ar g :: 1.15 p Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55 p m points on lake. .
hewn stone, shore piers hewn granite, 3.20 p ">;s Lv Quincy..................Ar 0,5- 12.01 p Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line '
4.00 p try Ar River Junction..Lv P o 11.20 a Arrive at Thomasviile daily at...... 7:15 I.
octagonal, monolithic, morticed for stone 4.55 p c Marianna: ..............Lv ::::o* 10.49 a a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort Dade,
girders, monolithic plate beam to receive SEA-ISLAND 11OUTE. 7.00 p "sJa Ar DeFuniak Springs..Lv "g ;! 8.40 a Arrive at Albany daily at..10:30 a m Tampa, and South Florida.

wooden superstructure. The stringers are 10.35 p 2 c: ArPensacola............_Lv 6"8 5.05) a Arrive! at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m I O. W. BROMWELL,
fastened into the abutments balance 3.10 a .:=1 Ar Mobile..... ..........'..Lv &j% 12.20 a Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 am General :
over Pass..Agent.
8.15a OQ-C Ar New.Orleans.........Lv Mo 7.00p Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30
the stone beam, but do not reach, by con- THE KEY LINE STEAMER 6.50 a a'Ar Montgomery..Lv o 8.40 pIn SHERMAN COXANT-
m ; p Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20
siderable distance, the gap being fitted by I 7.25 p "3 g Ar Nashville...........Lv &S2 6.55 a a m General Manager.Traveler's I'
middle stringers let into the shore stringers. aySST. 1.40 a -.a: Ar Evansville.............Lv Er 5r* 1.00 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m
8.00 a -2Z: Ar St.Louis................Lv ;$: 7.15 p Arrive at Washington daily..10:30 a m ----- :
The Niagara bridge is a mere amplification 2.20 a ..c: :S Ar Louisville.............Lv .o' 1.00 a Arrive at New York daily at.... ... 5:30 p m Guide.
of this one, built before Americawas \ 6.35 a ; ::: Ar Cincinnati............Lv %;: 8.45: p Pullman t
: Buffet and Cars via
........ Sleeping
Ar .Lv 3.50
settled as a religious duty expansive 9.45 a-g Indianapolis o p
very
I 10.55 ax Ar Chicago ..............:Lv ';? 3.45 p Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading f
of thick, red, lacquered work, Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of information -
and, like. a bridge of angels, its planks are I; Through Tickets Baggage on checked sale at through.all coupon offices. Connections at Atlanta with Western and to the traveling public. To j be relia- t

never profaned by the feet of the laity. Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and ble, it should be correct. The managers of t

But it seems queer-like to come away NICHOLAS; Georgia Railroads for all points West and the different railroad and steamer lines will
here to find our new inventions very old.* Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so :
Van Nostrand's Magazine. : CAPTAIN :M. USINA, MASTER. Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- by notifying of changes made in the running -

i I North and East. ville to Louisville via Thomasville. time,when they will be promptly cor- i
Mushrooms Destroying the Pine. Connections with Louisville rected.}
Montgomery -
Tourists L
by this Route can reach nearly every important -
According to the bulletin of the Society RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. point in :Florida, which can be and Nashville Railroad for New -- 1
ot Naturalists of Moscow, the hitherto said of no other Line. Orleans and Texas points and. !e West and TRANSIT fe: PENINSULAR RAILROAD. 4:

unaccountable destruction of pine forests' -- The most direct route to all points North, East Northwest. At Savannah with Central Day Passenger Train leaves
is caused the of of and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most Railroad of Georgia for all points West and

by ravages a species between For Cedar Keand Wild wood, and ,
Fernandina
regularly Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates.
mushrooms, which takes growth on the PLYIXG Savannah the following 'Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway all points o.n Transit Road........10.00 a.m. t
surface of the wood, and afterward pene- :: schedule upon Read down. Read u for all points North, with steamshipsfor ForSavannah and all points North i,

trates and destroys the trees. Maps are LEAVE FERXANDINA! 10.20 a 4.15 p Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.00 a 3.55 New York, Boston and Baltimore. At and West...............................10.00 a. in.
every Monday, 11.50 a 6.10 p ArCallahan........Lv 7.50 a 2.30 Charleston with steamships for New York.
given in which the path of the destroying arrival (connecting at Callahan.) fit
Wednesday and Saturday, )p. m., upon 12.20 p 8.25 p Lv Jncksonville..Ar 6.20 a 2.50 Philadelphia and Baltimore,
fungus is traced through the pine woodsof of evening trains arriving at Savannahthe 1.15 p 9.20 p Ar n..I.5.25 a 2.00 Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all ,
Russia.-Exchange. following mornings. f 11.15 a LvWithlacoochee.Ar 10.45 a JV points on the Florida Central & V
and Steamship connections, and Baggage
LEAVE SAVANNAH 11.35 a Lv St. Catherine-Ar 10.25 a g Western Railroad..10.00 a. m.
every Sunday, 12.25 a Lv Panasoflkee...Ar 9.35 Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
A Child's Pleasure for I..ove. a (connecting at Baldwin.) -
I Tuesday and Thursday, p. m., and reaching ..........10.30: a Lv Tampa ...........Ar 1.40 p............ and sections secured at Company's office in t
"Fritz, how much do you love me this I Fernandina the following mornings. 4.45 a 6.00 p Lv Orlando..Ar 8.50 a 10.10 p Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at De- Day Passenger Train arrives
morning?" asked Uncle Ned. Connections at Savannah with all rail 6.30 a 8.25 p LvTavares. ........Ar 5.45 a 8.25 p Ticket Office, and board From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and l
on
pot People'sLine
"As much as I would hold if I was all lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston 6.5(5( a 8.56 p Lv Leesburg........Ar 5.08 a 8.02 p Steamers H. B. PLANT CHATTAHOOCHEE all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m ;
,
tooken out of myself," was the com pre. & Savannah vessels to and from New York 8.29 7.24 a a 11.15 9.40 p p LvOcala Lv Wildwood..Ar............Ar 3.00 4.15 a a 7.29 6.25 p and JENNIE LANE. From Savannah and all points in
p
heiisive reply.-Harper's Bazar. and Boston and at Fernandina with trains 8.48 a......... Lv Silver Spring.Ar ......... 6.00 p JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55 p.m. {
for all Florida points.A. 9.46 a 12.45 a Lv Citra..Ar 1.33 a 4.57 p General Passenger Agent.R. From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and r..
The court stenographer of the Ninth o. MACDONELL, 11.02 a 2.24 a Ar Waldo.........-...Lv 11.58 p 3.35 p all points on the Florida Central '
G. FLEMING k
judicial district wrote 1,346 words in Mar Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.. 6.40 a J* Lv Cedar Key..Ar ......... 5.10 p Superintendent. & Western Railroad..............._ 3.55 p.m. ;h
ion 8.36 a Y Lv Bronson ........Ar ......... 5.49 p
X. Y., recently in five minutes, un I Fernandina Fla. 9.11 a Lv Archer...........Ar ......... 5.16 p Night Passe1l.ler'1i'ail leaves {.
der a public test. D. ::. MAXWELL, 10.05 a ......... Lv Gainesville....Ar ....._.. 4.25 p I Florid Southern Railway Co. For Wild wood........................... 5.00p.m. .
I General Superintendent, 11.08 a 2.30 a Lv Waldo ...... .....Ar 11.50 p 3.25 p For Savannah and all points North

Fernandina, Fla. 11.43 12.0Gp a 3.48 3.14 a a LvLawtey Lv Starke...:................:.iAr.Ar 11.10 10.43 p p 2.53 2.35: p p ORANGE BELT ROUTE:' and West................................ 5.00'p.m. 'r.'

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. Night Passenger Train arrives l:
8.45 p 1.25 p Ar Savannah-......Lv ......... 7.01 p Accom. Fast Mall.
........ .... .. .. From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
10.45 a. Ar Atlanta :.. .:.Lv .. .. 3.30 p Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. .
for License to Sell 6.50 a......... Ar Cincinnati-......Lv ......... 8.47 p all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a..m.
Application Liquors. 1.53 a......... Ar CharlestonLv A 3.00 a ..Tacksonville- From Savannah and all points in
,
6.55 p ......... Ar Richmond ......-Lv *f 10.49 a J. T. & K. W. R'y................... 7.45 a m the North and West................. 9.45 a. m. i
rV}(; p ....._.. ArWashington..Lv 6.00 a Lv. St. Augustine:via From Pensacola. Tallahassee and E
To the Honorable Florida 11.30 a......... Ar Baltimore..Lv: 4.10p St. John's Railway................ 7.45 rfm Florida ,
Board Commissioners Nassau Slate of all Central &
of County for County. : points on
4.40 a......... Ar Philadelphia 12.20 Sou'n
GENTLEMEN-We. the undersigned, registered voters of Precinct Number Eight, of 8.00 a......... Ar New York......_..Lv 9.00 p p Ar.Interlachen Lv. Palatka, Fla............ 4.50 6.30pm p in 10.50am 9.45 a m Western Railroad.................... 9.45 a. m.

Nassau County, respectfully recommend that your Honorable Body grant Felder Lang a (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a in FERNANDINA &: JACKSONVILLE R. R. t

license for the sale of Liquors said business to be carried on in the Town of Boulogne, in 7.20 a 2.50 p Lv Fernandina ...Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 p m 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily, except SundayFor i!'

said county : 8.45 a 4.3.p ArJacksom.il1e..Lv 9.45 a 5.10 p Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 p in 12.20 p m Jacksonville...................._ 7.20 a. m. !:

.(SUNDAYS ONLY.) Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 pIll For Jacksonville ...................._ 2.50 p.Ill. r
DISTRICT. WITNESSES. 7.00 a 3.30: p Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 m Train arrives daily, except SIt11tlay-
William Smith......................................... I J. He Trigg, W. H. Tracy.J. 8.26 a 4.56 p Lv Jacksonville. 9.10 a 5.30 p Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p m From Jacksonville.....................11.00 a. m.
p
J. 1. Loyd................................................ R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville................._. 630pm. I
Alford (his x mark) R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy.J. ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS ,
Ar. Lcesburg.............. 7.00am 3.55pm Sllnft1onl,-
J. B. Lloyd............................................... R. TriggV.. H. Tracy between Jacksonville and Orlando and Montgomery From Jacksonville .....................10.36a.m. ,
.............. ............
Monroe (his x mark) Davis........................ J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. i and Orlando, and Jacksonville and New Lv. Leesburg. 4.00pm From Jacksonville ..............._.... 6.56p.m. t t,
<;. \\". Si kes............................................... J. 11. Trigg, W. II. Tracy. j Orleans. Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p m For Jacksonville .................._.... 7.00 a.m.

D. H. (his x mark) Neh>on.......................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. i} CONNECTIONS : Lv. Leesburg St.Johns For Jacksonville .............. .... 3.30 p. m.
J. W. Geij-tT.............................................. J. R. Trigg W. H. Tracy At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m -- t
J. W. (his x mark) Crews........................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. ; Florida Palatka Southern and all landings Railway; for at St.Pemberton Catherine Ferry with, Ar. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.45 p m MALLORY LINE. r f

John Tunili sore........................................ J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. \ Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburgwith Lv. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.55 p m For New York direct, every Wednesdayand
L. T. HalL..... .......................................... J. R. Trigg W. H. Tracy. ; steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, Ar. Altoona................ ............ 5.30pm Saturday evening.
John JohnsonIlobert ............................................ J. R. Trigg, W.H. Tracy. r. Eustis and Griffin : at Tavares with Florida Ar..Astor.................... Daily. 6.45pm From New York direct every Tuesday i
Henderson..................................... J. R. Trigg WH.. Tracy. Southern for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Or- Lv. Fort Mason...........10.00 a m 5.00 p m and Friday eveing, at 3.00 p.m. t
lando with South Railroad all
Florida for
John (his x mark) Henderson................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Trac)'. ; their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat pointson Ar. Eustis...................10.10 a in 5.10 p m CHARLESTON A FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. !

J. W. Henderson...................................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. t Company, for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 p m For Jacksonville and Palatka by City of t
Tracy Stewart: ........................................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. i Springs, Manatee, Tampa etc. Ar. Lane Park..............11.00 a m 5.45 p m of Montieello -
Palatka
City Mondayand
or ,
A. .I. Uwil................................................. J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. ..! GOING NORTH. Thursday. From Charleston every same days. I

Henry Nettles........................................... J. R. Trigg, W. II. Tracy. MALLORY STEAMSHIP j
I LINE. Fast Mail.Daily. For Charleston, by same steamers, .
Joe (his x mark) Berry.............................. J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. 'f Dally. Palatka every and
Steamer leaves Jacksonville Wednesdays Sunday and Wednesday. From
L. 1'. Tracy......................................... J. R. Trigg, W. II. Tracy. I and express -
Saturdays at 5.10p m.,connecting with Lv. Astor .................... ...... ...... 7.30 a m Jacksonville same dais.CtIBERL.XD.
W. II; Tracy................................. ........... J. R. Trigg. L. P. Tracy.: t the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sailing -
Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 8.40 a mLv.
1). C. StewartCharley ............................................. J. R. 1'riggT.. H. Tracy. semi-weekly New York direct. p m : ROUTE. I
Altoona.......... ...... 8.50 a m
(his x mark) Cross........................ J. R. Trigg, 'V.11. Tracy. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. : Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Brunswick ;
Tavares................ 3.50 8.55
K. 11. Hatcher..................................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. : Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and Lv. p m a m daily at............................ 2.30 p.m. I
Eu tis.. ................. 4.20 !9.15
J. 1L Trig; ................................................ L. P. Tracy, W. H. Tracy. Savannah, leaves Fernandina Mondays Wednesdays Lv. p m a mAr. (connecting at Brunswick with :
Hiram (this x mark) Burrows..................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Trac,'. and Saturdays,' upon arrival of evening : at Fort Mason from E. T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern .

1). 15. Nekon............................................ J. R, Trigg, W. H. Tracy. r trains arriving at Savannah the following morn-' Lane Park............... 4.30pm 9.20am- and Western points.) '
J. I). Nelson............................................. J. It. Trigg. W. H. Tracy. t tJ" Thursdays ing. Leave, Savannah m., reaching'Fernandina Sundays, Tuesdays the and following Ar. at Fort Mason from I SteamerThos.Collycr.from Brun- :

i.. Z. Nelson.. ........................................ J. R. Trigg, "". H..Tracy. : a. m.p.Connections at Savannah with all Astor ?..................... 9.40 a m wick daily at............................12.15 p.m. :

)1. \el oll.............................................1 J. 11. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. rail lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Lv.. Fort :Mason........... 9.50 a m ST. MARYS RIVER.
J. A. Sanders............................................ J. R. Trigg, W. II. Tracv.J. and Savannah vessels to and from New York and Ar. Lcesburg.............. > 10.35 a m Martha leives Centre doc/-
Andrew! (his x murk) Price........................ \ R. Trigg,' W. H. Trac,'. i Boston Florida, points.and at Fernandina with trains for all Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 a m For Steamer St..Marys and Crandall Tuesday street

uiHiain (his x mark Vick........................ J. It. II. ,
) Tracv.STATE .
Trig'gt" ...... ... 10.CI-.. .
... m ;
FLORIDA STEAMSHIP, ,COMPANY. Ar. Leesburg : a and Friday....................... 3.00 p.m. :
OF FLORIDA, NASSAU COUNTY: Connections made at Fernandina every Sundayand Ex. Sun. For St. Marys and Dnngeness, on. .

Before the subscriber, a Notary Public for the State of Florida, personally came J. R. Thursday with the Florida Steamship Com- Lv. Leesburg.............. 6.30 p m 10.45 a mAr. Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m. "
TrIgg and William H. Tracr. to nte well known, and say that they were both present md pany for Charleston, New York and Boston. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m .11.18 a mAr. For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,

saw and wihies&.ed the signatures' of ,the within registered voters of Precinct Number BRUNSWICK AND INLAND S. B. CO. : Ocala._.................10.30 pin 12.25 p in Monday antI Thursday........... 8.00 a. in. F
Light, In alll C011l1ty' of Sasall.: State of Florida petitioning the Honorable Board of Connects at Fernandina daily from and to Ar. Mica nopy.........:..... 2.45 a m 2.05 p m Steamer Martha arrives- .

County Commissioners to permit Felder Lang to bell spirituous liquors in the Town of Brunswick Collyer leaves and at 2.00 coast points. Steamer Thos. Ar..Rochelle................ 3.35 a m 2.35 p m From St. Marys and Crandall, on ;

Boulogne, Nassau County, Florida. J. R. TRIGG.W. p.m.A.. o. :MACDONELL, Lv.' Rochelle............-.. 3 50 am. 2.40 p m Monday and Thursday............. 7.00 a. m.. "
H. .TRACY General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Jackson- Ar. Gainesville............ 4.20 a r.i '3.05 p m From StI: Marys and Dungeness, ,

Sworn to and !subscribed before. .me. this. February. 13th,"18SG. ville, Fla. W. G. COLEMAN Lv. Gainesville............. 3.00 a m "2.05 p m on Wednesday and Saturday.._ 9.00 a. m .
L. P. ,- From St. and
TRACY Gen.Trav. Agt., Jacksonville,Fla. Lv.' Rochelle............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m Mary's King's Ferry,
Notary Public for State of Florida. and .............. 2.00
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Tuesday Friday
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D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Sup't.,Fernandina,Fla.Tvlt".-, .. Ar. Wait's Crossing;..... 4.401; m 3.24 p m p.m







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}' .r :."; ,4 THE FLORIDA. MIRROR: FEBRUARY 27. '1886. ..
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t i I'' A'.lllkad.o'nazacu': Testing the Fire Belt. I EGMONT HOTEL ----- -

THE FLORIDA MIRROR.
The Ladies' Society of the Presbyterian The fire alarm' ,bell, which was placed in ,

Church will hold on Tuesday, March 2d, a position last week, will be'tested on Monday, I FERXA DIVA_, FLA. ,Fresh Garden
Seeds
$!.OO..4 YEAH; J.OO FOIl SIX 3IOXTJI& Mikado bazaar in aid of the Manse Fund. afternoon at 3 o'clock., Foreman J. Fred. ,

They solicit a liberal patronage, as they will Lohman will have this done in order' to NOW OPEN .' ,- CROP OF '85-

Reflections.-- 'have a select assortment of real Japanese make the boys of the department,as well l as .x

Attention is called to, the last notice of goods from the Mikado's empire.nt reason the public in general\ familiar with, the UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. In papers or in bulk, at

able'' prices. In addition there will be a sound I
-1 Tax Collector ,Yo F. Scott.
.1 table for the sale of articles of the ladies' FRED W.
r'ict "VTEWLY PAINTED AND THOROUGHLY HOYT & CO'S
)frs. J.Winch returned to her home in The Board of Trade. .
own work; also, a refreshment table. JL1 renovated ;; magnificently furnished ;
; Yonkers, N. Y., on Wednesday last. sunlight in room ; Gas, Oral Anun- I
with J-LF.C'l'IOS every
Tickets 50 rents, coupons attached OF OFFICERS FOR 1880. ..
Mrs.-Martin, of Asheville, N. C., a niece each entitling the holder to a real ciators Hot and Cold Water Baths, Steam- .. .<. ', I ', 'oJ ,,' '' ..._
coupon At the meeting J of the Board of Trade heated and open Fireplaccs.UNSURPASSED ; t>- :;t-
of Mr. Samuel A. Swann, is visiting; in this -, .. ;2d- ",
and with chocolate
Japanese cup saucer held on Monday last, the following officers

Yr city.The coffee or tea. were elected: CUISINE,

four-nlastedschooner Yarnall is anar Doors at 3 o'clock in the afternoonto
open President W. B. C. Duryee; VicePresident and complete comfort of guests assured.A. .
600 tons of steel rails at the railroad enable Old Town friends to be
loading our pres-
J. H. 'Prescott Governors Thomas
; H., HASKINS, Manager. Corn Oats
t i docks. ent and for the children and others of the Kydd, Samuel A. Swann, Fred W. Hoyt, H. Hay, Bran,

s #N';, wr The members of the Fire Department are new town who cannot get out at night. If J. Baker, Charles W. Lewis. i

. requested to meet at their hall on Tuesday the weather should prove inclement the The delegation to Washington made a Building Material.BRICK I MIXED FEED, RICE FLOUR, ETC.

ti #'a t +wh, next. bazaar will be held on Wednesday. which ordered
;;i, ; evening very interesting report, was --

k'4 f' The yacht Vega, Ferguson, owner, is in Reopening,of the Beach Railway. filed. LIME PLASTER AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

i f&' Fp port and fitting up for a trip to St. Thomas On and after Sunday, February 28th, the The Board has rented the room over

k and the West Indies. train service between Dotterer's store formerly occupied by Mr. J. CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS,
operation of a regular
W. Bushnell for its FRED W. HOYT & CO.
.f'sRiit.il and has
use
appointeda
Mrs. F. C. Wiskeman, Miss P. Wiskeman! Fernandina and the bt'achTill be resumed. committee to fit it SASH DOORS AND BLINDS,

and Mrs. J. Colin, of New York, are sojourning Until further notice the following will be up.
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for a few weeks at the Egmont.A the schedule: PAINTS AND OILS.
The Bijou Opera Compang.This .
large force is at work cutting out the SUNDAYS.

line and grading on the new Millen road a Leave Fernandina at 10.40 a. m., and 2 famous and favorite company will FRED W. HOYT & CO. Retailers of Tobacco
once more regale our people with on'a of
r few miles beyond the Satilla river in Georgia. and 4.30 p. m. Leave the beach at 1, 3.15 I -
their charming comic operas, entitled I
;F ".%M and5 p. m. 41 Girofie-Girofla," wherein that delightful I: CAN SAVE MONEY BY BUYING
tt"' Upon week-days. for the present, but one When You Paint I
Mr. Henry Mallory one of the proprietorsand artiste, Miss Adelaide Randall, will enact the FROM US.
train each way daily will be run, leaving .
*. managers of the Mallory Line of dual role of the twin sisters. The opera is -

:3iJ$ *! ft-j'* } Steamships, was in the city early in the Fernandina at 11.25 a. m. upon arrival of the master-work of the celebrated Lecoq, USE THE BEST PAINTS. THE WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE OR FOUR
week. Jacksonville train, arriving at the beach at
3rfL and abounds with enchanting vocal FIRMS IX THE STATE
gems THAT BUY
11.35 a. m.; returning, leave the beach at II. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare
;;. .tf3fc The contracts for the erection of the new throughout. Miss Randall considers it her I
w 1..J()) p. m., arriving at Fernandina at 1.30 p.
1' .r public school building have been let. Mr. star opera and in it is seen to her best; LORIULARD'S GOODS
m., allowing ample time for dinner at the acknowledged to be of superior quality,
James McGiffin will do the carpenter work in fact to hear her in the wine song, II
r +; gas.. Egmont Hotel before the departure of the
;; M and Mr. E. Chase will the and will much than DIRECT FROM TIlE MANUFACTURERS
. f George lay brick. ,afternoon train for Jacksonville. "See How it Sparkles, is well worth the cover more cheaperand I

.4'A large force of hands was engaged price of admission alone.: She has firmly i .
Commutation tickets unused parts brands.
or lighter Sold only by I I-GET OUR QUOTATIONS.
established herself in the hearts of best
and our
Thursday Friday clearing and repair- thereof, in possession of last season's I
Y"g 1' 't ing the road bed of the beach railroad people and we bespeak for her a large anappreciath.e I
-
preparatory patrons will be honored v ithout endorsement FRED W. HOYT & CO. I FRED W. HOYT' & CO.
resuming the running of trains. of extension of limit for :thirty days audience. There is not a ladyin t

from February 28th. Within the time profession that equals her versatilityof
The British
steamship Cam Marth, Capt. specified it is expected that all such tickets
talent and actress well
Hurrell p':! an ,as singer,
arrived in port Thursday night will be submitted to the general passengerand
; + ll from such she has few equals. She will be ably supported -
for endorsement.
, Wilmington, and is loading for Mr. ticket agent
William Lawte)' with cotton seed and naval by her admirable company, whom
FRED 1ST. HOYT
stores at the Broome street dock. The EgmonVs Third Hop. but a short time ago gave us such a splendid & CO.

The Egmont last evening was again the rendition of the "Mikado." Seats can be
;, ,' t P.xt J. F. Leech and family of Cambria Pa.
,
scene of one of those pleasant hops which secured at Ilorsey's drug store and we ad-
R'rt'
and Mrs. D. E. Park of
Washington, D. C.,
have been so enjoyable this season. The vise our people to secure them early for the
who have been regular patrons for a num-
,st ber of seasons past at the Egmont Hotel, number parties participating was not so opera, which will be given next Saturday FFFFF U U RRRR XN X II Tl'TTI' U U RRKIl EEEEE
as on previous occasions, hui night, March 6th. I" U UR RNN T
are again located in splendid apartmentsfor large, perhaps, .. Nil U U R R E
it was very select. Colonel Haskins and --q- -- -- F U UR RNN NIl T U UR REF
the balance of the ,
season in this charm- MARINE.
his charming, vivacious lady certainly I" U UR RNN NIl T U R RE

ing hotel.T. know how to entertain their guests. Port of Fernandina. :FFFF U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEEF

Brigham Bishop and wife, of Silver F U UR R X X NIl T U R R E
eleven collation HIGH WATER.
At half-past a superb was
Springs, Fla., are in a delightful room at the in the best Saturday, Feb. 27........... 2:55 A.x. 3:21 r. >r. :F' U UR RX NNII T U UR REF
.+ ". Egmont. Mr. is served Egmont's style. Sunday, 28............ 3f1O": 4:15": F U U R RN NNII T U R REF
Bishop the owner of the of the toilets of the ladies .......... .1
Some were Monday, Mar. 1. 4:42: 5-06 :F UUU R R X NN II T UUU R EEEEE
elegant new Silver Springs Hotel, and mention Tuesday, 2............ 5:34": 5:57"
magnificent. We : Wednesday," 3............ 6:22: 10 6:45: h
came to enjoy the pleasures of the hop Mrs. T. Brigham Bishop, of Silver Springs, Thursday, .............. 7:07 7:31"
y given Colonel 5............ 7:49 8:12 ..
by and Mrs. Haskins at our brown satin en train, embroidered velvet ; Friday, :

magnificent hostlery. front and. D. diamonds.Mrs. C. Jackson. of Cincinnati, black Steam-packet Thos.Collyer ESTERED.,Dilwood.from Bruns- I Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second.

i ; ,c ;,, j At the close of Public School No. 1, the brocaded satin en train, diamonds.Mrs. wick, Georgia, daily. ,

principal, Rev. E. G.Chandler, presented W B. C. Duryee, garnet satin and Steam-packet St.Nicholas, Usina from Savannah
Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; freight
,I the following prizes: To Wallace Maxwell, velvet, diamonds.Mrs. and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. & N.) .
', Oakley, of Chicago black lace and Feb. Steamship San Antonio Wilder, from
a gold medal Frank Maxwell
of
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; ; a copy diamonds. New York; freight and passengers to

Shakspeare; Eva Al verso:!, a copy of Moore; Miss Oakley, blue satin, corsage bouquet.Miss !, R. W. Southwick agent. I II

,.I Annie McGiffin. a copy of Hood; Jennie Annie Oakley, red satin, black I I, Feb.Steamship New York State; freight of Texas and Williams passengers, from, to 1

k'! i' +yY, fb McGiinand Gussie MacDonell, each copy Spanish lace. R. W. Southwick/'agent. I.
Mrs. Dean, brown satin. 26-British steamship Cam Marth, Hurrell,
of Dryden ; Johnnie Beal, a copy of Poe. Miss Frankie Smith, of Jacksonville, light Wilmington, N. C. -- -
Oriental lace. 26-Schooner F.Yarnall, Scott, Philadel- '
blue cashmere, II !
phia; iron, to F. R. & N. Co. I 1
delightful Spanish Mrs. T.lace.L. Stewart, white plush and CLEARED. ''W 1Gtr!

t' ; ; steamer Martha up the St. Mary's river, Mrs. A. J. DeForest, brown satin, iridescent Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Brunswick I I II

spending a few hours in the city of St. bead trimmings.Miss Steam-packet St.; Georgia Nicholas, daily., Usina, for Savannah I

s Marys and stopping at the Spencer House, Fannie Johnston, whitesilk,swann's Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight I WHITNER & SCHDYLER I II
down trimming.Miss and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.)
i' where Mrs. Gilbert can complete the list of Annie Lawtey, light blue satin and Feb.26-Steamship City of San Antonio,Wilder, f
., for New York freight and
; passengers
pleasant surprises by giving an elegant lace. R.W. I i ii

; t room and a table that would more than Miss Annie Papy, white embroidered Feb.25-Steamship.State by of Teas, Williams, for CONSTANTLY MAKE ADDITIONS TO THEIR STOCK OF I II
p : meet expectations. muslin. New York; freight and passengers, by .
;your
PMf Miss Katie Stark brown silk and velvet. R. W. Southwick, agent. i
w''r.ftjri. The New York Underwriters Agency has :Miss Annie Hill, cream nun's veiling .' Norwegian bark Livingston,Bowitz,Bue-
' .fy s nos Ayres: lumber by J. C. Read.
"... i.a joined the ranks of insurance companies and lace. Feb.2>-Schooner Eleanor, Poole, for New York; STAPLE AND FANCY
'4.p& of Mrs. A. II. Haskins, white nun's veiling lumber, by Hilliard &Bailey. I E1ROCERIEI
marching out Florida in ofa
; consequence and lace, corsage bouquet.Miss 23-Schooner Standard, Oran, for New York;
series of years of unprofitable business. Mills, black satin. lumber, by Payne Cook& Co. I

& This old and popular organization leaves Miss Wiskeman, black brocaded satin. VESSELS IN PORT. -AND- I I
y" friends here who her Among the gentlemen present none were British Steamship! Cam Marth, Hurrell. I!
many regret departure.
s? a British brig Alfred.Young, Bewauda.
than the
more popular genial proprietor,
; We doubt the wisdom of from Scott.
i retiring a Schooner F. C. Yarnall TABLE DELICACIES
Colonel "Cupid" Haskins who seems still as Schooner Meyer&Muller, Perkins. : !I
point like this, at a time when well- '
many favorite the ladies as of I Schooner C. B. Payne, Hlllyard, Charleston. I
swftr built structures occupy the places of those general a among Schooner J. B. Holden, Scott, Philadelphia.
' yore. Schooner William Hayes, Smith, New York. IMPORTED VEGETABLES IN GLASS, I
old frame mercantile rows, the burning of Schooner Carrie Jameson Collins, New York. I
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:I* ,. which cost our people and insurance companies Shipments from This Po,.,. -- ---- DOMESTIC VEGETABLES IN GLASS, i

t m, many thousand dollars. During the past week the following ship- The Boat Club has received a challengefrom I IMPORTED FRUITS IN GLASS, i!

made from this via the New the sailboat Orilla for a race, to be
The cause of the delay in beginning the ments were port i DOMESTIC FRUITS IN GLASS, I
.
, ,pvrk ;' new public school building, we learn, is the York steamship line: sailed one day next week for the silk pen !I IMPORTED SOUPS IN GLASS

j rw' a+i' i y necessity of the preparation of careful plansfor State of Texas, for New York Feb. 26- nant now carried by the Undine. The mem- i I

the building which should be certain. 1,000 logs cedar, 129 cases cedar, 57,000 feet bers of the Club are notified to attend a I
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yellow pine lumber,3,000 pounds fresh fish, to for I
tl" not; to exceed the amount which is subject' 130 boxes oranges, 50 barrels rosin- and 25 meeting next Monday night arrange j --f NO. 47 CENTRE STREET f-
the race. = I II II
to appropriation-a proper and judicious packages merchandise. _
San Antonio, for New York, Feb. order of the Vice-Commodore.
: caution which is to be commended. When City of By !
C 20-200 logs cedar 500 boxes oranges, 22G f
t4? Y the contractors are ready to begin the laying bales cotton. 20 packages fresh fish, and 45 Last Notice to TaxPayers.I I IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC

.44k r .. of the cornerstone it should be attended packages merchandise. I : PRESERVES AND SAUCES, i
,- will be at Friend's store every day dur-
with imposing ceremonies to which the --------------
'i : ing March for the purpose of closing up the '; OLIVES AND OLIVE OIL, I
1. .M1 State Superintendent of Schools should be Married. State and County Taxes for 1885 All property .

w ,4 invited and other friends of education. HUNT-MAYO-On Sunday afternoon.Feb- on which the taxes are unpaid April : I SAUCES, CATSUPS, PICKLES,
i .4 } tt' ruary 21st at the residence of the officiating 1st will be advertised. II
I IMPORTED CHEESE
During the past week the Egmont Hotel clergyman Rev. Father Killcoyne, Mr. W. F. SCOTT, I ,

r has entertained in a splendid manner the MEADE E. HUNT and Miss MARY )MAYO Col. Rev. Nassau County. ; DOMESTIC CHEESE,

xi"t following prominent people: George W. both of this city. Feb. 27th, 1886. I CURRANTS, RAISINS, CITRON,

r Taylor, of London, England; Judge Joseph CHOICE TABLE NUTS AND RAISINS,

r Howe, of Hannibal, Mo ; Oliver G. Barton I

r ;!i !*? and sister, of New York; J. A. Turner, of St. FINE FRENCH CONFECTIONERY.

Louis, Mo.; William A. Cooke of Atlanta, CLOSINGS OUT SALE L"rr'i A LARGE ASSORTMENT, OF FINE CAKES AND CRACKERS, I

.3i'A?? .vi Ga.;R. Lukens Jr.,of Philadelphia;Benton O IN :NEW VARIETIES. I I II

',, llanchett and family, of Saginaw Mich.; I I!
-AT- I FRUIT BUTTERS, JAMS AND JELLIES,
Mahlon Gore, editor Orlando, Fla., Rqwtcr; d

>* Walter L. Peck and wife. Fred. W. Peck and z :J.A.1TL. :F'CJNKE'S
E ri wife, Mrs. 1'). P. W. Peck Clarence J. Peck I I ". -- ;
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and wife and J. K. Hamilton and wife, all \ I I I II

4 of Chicago, Ill.; Katie Putnam Comedy q drJtfDRYrCOODS; !II [ ) EMPORIUM! PJ'' 0 ;S 'WHITNER; & SCHUYLER-I-[ i iI

i' Company, of New York; A. St. Clair :Ford, I

: 1 t s. of London, England; Mrs. Ella Hamilton, '
STREET.
1J l .')f Danbury, Ct.; J. A. Clarke and wife, fl I6r CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF. 1-1 I nsrcx 47 CENTRE

*J I P"i I'ulaski.N. Y.; R. C. Pingree and wife of 5 Q e192.

.,, Lewiston )Ie.;e. )f. Sawtelle, of Ocala Fla. No Such Bargains Were Ever Offered in Fernandina. r 11/J, A

WE M := -- '
,i} Gents Furnishing Goods,

i .\t great bargains, at CLOSING OUT SALE CQ

l 4 PAUL FeNKf$.

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