Florida mirror
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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: March 6, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VIII. FER11 )\TDINA, FLA., SATURDAY- MARCH 6, 1886. NO. 15. ,

CUMBERLAND SOUND.GENERAL pended on the improvement (only $253,000, FERNAXDINA'S BOOM.THE The County Commissioners. Shadwell. New York :Miss Finclason. Connecticut -

or 12 1-5 per cent. of the estimated cost,) are I The County Commissioners met at the ; Wm M Hutchinson, Mrs W M

GILLMORE'g REPORT OF PROGRESS OF regarded as_ very satisfactory._ CITY COUNCIL GRANTS THE EIGHT OF WAY Clerk's. office on Wednesday morning the Hutchinson, Pardy, Scotland; Frank B
WORK DONE. TO OLD TOWN TO THE RAILROAD Hatch, Prof II Saro, II Andrew Glassfonl
Very respectfully, your obt. servt., following gentlemen being present : Mr. C. Sr, Miss Belle
Army Building, } (Signed) Q. A. GILLMORE. A special meeting of the City Council was W. Lewis, chairman, and Messrs. J. J, Up. Charles Burrows James A Devlin. Putnam '
NEW YoRi<:November 28. 1885. Colonel of Engineers, church W. 0. Jeffreys, Pliineas; Johnson party; S P Herndon, Tampa, A Murphv.,
called on Monday evening, March 1st, the Indiana
General John Newton, Chief of Engineers Bvt. Maj. Gen. U. S. A. : and J. T. Higginbotham.The ; Chas Holton Bdird's minstrels;
J.rlgadier: following Aldermen being present : 'McGif- Grow, Nashville; II T Lampair. Baltimore '
U. S. A., Washington, D. C.: This report was accompanied by the following fin, Stark, Austin. Robinson.) Dorsey,:Wilk- minutes of the last meeting were read HV Gray, Palaika: Charles Mason, New;

GENERAL-I hive the honor to transmit letter,from General John Newton, and approved. Fork; Robt L Mnire, Jersey Short L P
erson and the President of the Board Mr.
package a chart of a ,'" Licenses were gran ted to Felder Lang to D.-es and( wife, Seneca Falls N Y Win F
to-day in a separate Chief of Engineers, U. S. A., which it will G. F. Avery.In Richard and wife S'P
Philadelphia Robertson
Cumberland sell liquors at Boulogne and to S. A. Stokesto ; -
survey of the entrance to be seen contains a strong endorsement of addition His Honor, Mayor Pope, anda Memphis;James L Tyson St Louis;

Sound, Georgia and Florida, made under General Gillmore's conclusions respecting deputation of the Board of Trade were sell liquors at Callahan. David J Taylor, city; J C Iver Jacksonville -
niband. direction in July and August, 1885 ; the! accomplished result and should exert a A petition of freeholders of Road District : Capt W Von Reeist. New York Jas S
presept. f Nos. and 2 for the abandonment of the "Williams Charleston: Dr and Mrs J G
to submit some remarks on the resultsof strong influence upon the minds of the committee The meeting was called for the purpose of public road from Fernandina to Cashen Russell, city; S P Herndon 'Ia npa; J D f

the survey. : granting the right of way fo Receiver Duval, Higginbotham, King Ferry; 1' Lang.
Material changes are found to have occurred WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 9, 18:16.Holt. :: i.\ Creek and to declare the road recently cut Charlton county: Ga J L R Hazendorf.
the hydrographic condition of the Albert S. Wilts, Chairman Cumin ittee for the extension of the :rj ad-bed of'the from Cashen Creek to Fernandina a public Bologne, Fl.i; Robert W Campbell, Waldo.
Florida Railway & Favigstion'! Company, Fla! ; Henry H Colton, Knoxville Rev Jus
: road in lieu thereof was read and ; ::
made in Rivers and Harbors House of Representatives granted,
April ,
the last Little
locality since survey, along First or Front street across the marshto and wife, Toronto: Win P Fleming f
which accompanied an- : and also that the Commissioners be instructed Charleston :S C R H Lester E
1833, a chart of my Old Town. ff ; JacksonvilleJohn '-
nual report for that year. Upon the chart SIR-I have to acknowledge; the receipt of I The following communication the to open a new road from said road S )Milton New York. }

sent the present low water curves, and, your letter of the 4th inst., and in reply connecting with the one leading to the main- '-------
now Board of Trade read
was :
points those deter- thereto have the pleasure to transmit here- land at or near Kydd's farm and that said An Ordinance ;(
important ,
at the most To the Hon. G. F. Avery, President of the City
road be embraced in the
mined at tl previous surveys, are shownfor with, in compliance with your request, a Council of Fernandina : District. Granting the Right of Way through Certain '4

the purple" of comparison. copy of a report of November 29, 1885, and GENTLEMEN-The Board :of Trade repre- I The petition of Robert Fitzgerald for pen- Streets to the Florida Railway & t t'

Over large portions of the bar where the map from General Q. A. Gillmore, Corps of senting the business interests of Fernandina, :sion, as authorized by the act of the Legislature Navigation Company.WHEREASH.RDUVALReceiveras.

permanent ship channel is proposedto Engineers, giving the results of a survey desire the City Council to convene in special approved February 16th, 1885, was received -
new, session this (Monday) evening,. March 1st.188G and the
be located, the depths of water have increased made under his direction in July and Au- to consider certain communications
last of the entrance to Cumberland same. for the benefit of the Florida Railway &Navigation -
No 12-foot low water curve now gust addressed to Council in reference to the extension -
intersects the sailing range, while two years Sound, Georgia and Florida. of the right of way of the railroad It was ordered that Dolphus Hunter be companies Company has petitioned and its component the railway Coun- .
it was crossed both inside and outside Colonel Gillmore states that"the result through First street to .Hass}u street. The appointed Road Commissioner in DistrictNo. cil of Fernandina for a right of way through ;
ago the small request is not based on any; formation or 2 in place of Stephen Randall, and and along Front street to
of the a Nassau
recent considering point on
of the bar crest by such curves, obout 2,000 survey expression of definite opinion, and is not
on'this' improvement Joseph Hagan in place of William Davis in street, for the accommodation of the ownersof .
feet apart from each other. "sum that has been expended considered as prejudicial to. any interests, such .
be built
which only $253,000, or 12i cent. and, by it being accepted oi'yon the merits District No. 7. as may by dif-
Theiiiuer 18-feet low water curve, per ,' ferent parties on water lots::, and also for the
forms u pocket in continuation of the "of the estimated cost), are regarded as very"satisfactory pro and con, as advanced. The following bills were ordered paid : accommodation of the several owners of j

of Amelia basin ," and in this opinion I fully WM. B. C. Dramas President.. J. A. Ellermann, keeping jail Feb ......$87.85J. warehouses between Front and Second ,
foot Secretar.h
marginal 18- curves I. W. J. WOODWARD, &T.Kydd,pans and spoons............ 1.20 streets; and'VUEREAS 1 1
has worked seaward about 3,000 feet since concur. Very respectfully, The Board oi: vernors of the Board of Palmer Bros..................................... 1.00 This petition is urged and rec-
1883, reaching a point nearly half a mile in Your obedient servant, Trade being pi auf, they.were invited to H. J. Baker, services as magistrate...... 4.40 ommended to the favorable action of the {

advance of the present end to the founda- (Signed) JOHN NEWTON, place any information relating tri the sub- Pauper account, amounting to.......,.... 59.00 City Council by the Board of Trade and citi-

tion curve of the south jetty. The pocketis Chief of Eng., Brig. and Brevt. Maj.-Gen. ject before the Council. .. The following bills were ordered paid zens in the general importance,and Council of fostering being impressedwith the development

located and directed almost precisely in ---- -- Mr. S. A. Swami, on behalf, of,the Boardof from the general fund : of the proposed enterprise-

conformity with the line of channel de- IT USUALLY is a goose, but this timeit Trade, read the following leer J from Re- J. T. Higgenbotham, attendance one It is hereby Ordained by the City Councilof t

signed to be established. This favorable re- is that has been ceiver Duval : meeting' County Commissioners.$12.00 the City of Fernandina, That the right
a turkey gobbler John J. Upchurch, attendance one of way for two or more tracks of standard

sult may justly be ascribed, in a large meas- dug out of a snow-bank, where he had To the Honorable the City Council of Fernan meeting and two days.................... 9.40 gauge, steam railroad, is hereby granted to )
ure, to the recent seaward extension of the dina : Phineas Johnson, attendance one H. R. Duval, Receiver as Trustee, for himself -
foundation of the jetty which has amountedto been buried for thirty-eight days. Your petitioner, H. R. Duval, Receiver of meeting and two days..................... 6.40B. and his successors, for the benefit of the
This in Kan. and the the roads and property of the Florida Rail- F. Rich, keeping bridge and haul- Florida Railway & Navigation Company .
over 3,500 lineal feet since December, was Bryant, way & Navigation Company, most respectfully ing sand on county road.................. 45.00J. and its components, the Florida Central &
1881. turkey is doing well. A. Edwards, services as County Au- Western Railroad, the Florida Transit &

Since 1883 the 18-foot curve of the outer petition your honorable body to passan ditor............................................... 25.00' Peninsular, Tropical Florida, Leesburg and
AMERICAN cannon powder claims to Ordinance giving to your petitioner, as Minus McLeary, hauling.................... 1.40 Indian River and Fernandina and Jackson-
inward to
slope of the bar has receded some such Receiver, the right construct, build M. A. Williams
rent of Clerk's office. 18.00 ville Railroads through and along Front
extent. In the spring of that year the beat all creation, some of the latest and operate such number of tracks as
: .may Sixty-nine county bonds were destroyed. street to a point on Nassaa street, and under -
shortest distance between the inner and make speeding 100-pound projectile be necessary through and along Pront streetto conditions hereinafter named.
Sixth street, in the marsh, for the accom- SECTION 1. of is from
exceeded mile inAugust Right granted
18-foot one : way
outer curve
through the air at the lively pace of... modation of the owners of sugli warehouses HOTEL ARRIVALS.. the intersection of Centre and l\ront5tr'et .
: t1t -
1&S5, it was about 2,500 feet: The < F
2,029 feet second. This result1 as may be built by different parties on'water northward, through Front street to the intersection w
group of shoals known as "Pelican Shoal," per ; lots, and also for accommodation of the EGMONT HOTEL. of Front and Escambia streetsfor ,

north of Amelia basin, have more or less was reached at a recent trial of the several owners of warehouses between Front W \\ Clark, Baltimore, OM Crosby Jack- a double track railway, one of which tracksto

shifted their positions and their areas, bareat and Second streets. sonville) : F H Wilton, Eartford; L Valen- be located in the centre of the street and i
new navy guns at Anapolis.AN All of which is respectfully submitted tine New York C S Haines
; :, W Haines, the other on the west side of same. .
low water, are now of less extent. Fur- H. R. DUVAL, Receiver.In Massachusetts .J J Florida T B
INDIANA juror tired the ; ; SEC. 2. Right of way is further granted fora
ther north of these shoals, and to the east- got addition to the letter of Mr. Duval, Mr. Bishop and wife, Siluer Springs; Mrs J G continuation of above described railway

ward of the present end of the bottom other night while the jury was out Hoyt submitted the following resolution of Mills, Miss Mills, Mrs Joynson. Georgia; from the intersection of Front and Escambia
Isaac Bookan, Saratoga Springs; R 0 Gilroy, streets for two or more tracks of railways
course of the north jetty, over the large to reach verdict in Grant the Board of Trade
trying a a : '
Bijou Opera Co; T L Stewart and wife, Miss along Front street to Sixth ((6th) street,
area covered by breakers depths have also county case. So he crawled out of a WHEREAS: H. R. Duval, Receiver and Annie Lawtey, L S Randolph G L Baltzell, thence through and along through Sixth
generally increased.The Trustee for the Florida Railway & Navigation C II Berg, Miss Katie Stark, Miss Annie B street to Nassau street.
local deepening of Cumberland channel window, went home, and was com- Company, and its components, desiresto Hill Chas Marion Stark, Miss Fannie John- SEC. 3. Said Company to construct and
fortably in bed when the sheriff found procure and obtain from the City Coun- ston, G R.Hubby, Miss Annie R Papy; Eu- maintain suitable street crossings and drains
where it r
is crossed the north
by jettywas cil of Fernandina the railroad H. Buck Miss Frankie S
right to run a gene city: Smith. wherever they may be deemed necessary by
continued, especially on the south side track from Centre street northward on D Swann H H Nesbitt; L F Ward. P G City Council ; the filling in or excavating, or
of the work. The pool of more than 20 him.ST. Front street to the marsh, thence divergingto Holey, R J Schuyler. Jacksonville; Hiram the removal of obstructions to be entirely at
feet depth formed here is most probably PAUL thinks it is considerable Sixth street and thence to Nassau street, Jelliff, Miss Jelliff, New York; Chas H Ba- the expense of the party receiving right of
and to erect wharves and improve the water ker, Savannah, Ga; E L Clark, :Miss Agnes way, excepting when City Council may join
due to the water-combing over the low jetty a place pork packing, a lots along the line ; and it being the opinionof Clark, Pittsburg, Pa; Miss Josie Hogan, Cincinnati ( said Receiver in the improvement or open-

during flood tide. procession of eighty teams Irden with this Board that the improvements con- 0; Chas H Morris, Mrs Chas W ing of any of the streets through which .
The 12-foot and 18-foot curves formingthe templated will greatly enhance the growthand Morris, Boston; Miss Watkins Mss M Wat- right of way is granted.
264,000 pounds of pork passed development of the City of Fernandina. Pennsylvania; Jos Furth, New York; SEC. 4. In granting this rightof way it is
of the
margins deep anchoring ground I through the streets the other day. It therefore be it C ,Smith, Jacksonville; A Funkelnbnrg, hereby specially stipulated that said II. R. .
known as Amelia basin have not inaterially Resolved, That the Board of Trade earnestly Wisconsin; Henry R Mallory, John Risk, G Duval Receiver, as Trustee for himself and '
changed their position of late years, but on was packed by one firm, and sold to I, recommend to the City Council that S Laken, C F Phle er, New York; Alex his successors, in interest, shall submit to
the northerly side-to the eastward of the St. Louis. the right of way be granted to the said cor- Russell Florida; G L Baltzell, city; C II such rules and regulations on the part of
poration, as requested ; Baker, Georgia; Miss Ella Hoi lister, Con- the City, as from time to time may be essen-
present end of the north jetty-the 12-foot THE Utica Observer a few days Resolved, further. That the Board recom- necticut. A H Davis, Win S Hawks, New tial and practicable for the maintainmentof
curve now extends about 1,200 feet north- ago mend that the said Receiver and Trustee be York; Lt F B Stepenson, U S Navy; Mrs unobstructed traffic; for the protection of

ward, and further north in this range the received a returned letter that was requested, if possible, not to disturb the Shuks, Miss Emma Clarke, Miss E Weeks life, health ; against fire, or for the maintain {
saw-mills on said Frontstreet, as long as the :Miss Gillam, M D Dunwoody, M Virdrey, A men t of good order.
deepest in this is indi- from its office
water vicinity found, sent out over ten years same can be avoided by any reasonable divergence C Cates, Georgia; Frank Mira, R H Bigger, SEC. 5. It is furthermore stipulated that in
cating that a channel is here in processor ago. It was directed to G. C. Gil- of the track, inasmuch as the millsare Florida; C E Burroughs. Jas Dawson, New granting the right of way to the party named, '
formation, which, if not prevented, would a substantial: benefit to the city. York; E Y Stiles. St Louis; Henry Lee,New from Centre to Calhoun street, such privi-
eventually take the place of Cumberland bert, Esq., care of United States,Con The suhject was then very freely discussed York;.J S Tait,Scotland; David Morgan and I lege shall not conflict with right of way
sul Lima Peru wife, Philadelphia; D P Clapp, E L Clapp, granted by the City of Fernandina to the
and where it has
channel, now partially obstructed.The between the Board of Aldermen, membersof Brooklyn: Oscar Hall, Florida; Dr J D Fernandina & Amelia Beach Railway Com-

average depth of Amelia basin seemsto been all these years even the many the Board of Trade and representatives of Palmer, city; J R Easterling, South Caro- pany. (Passed and approved May 20, 1835.)

have increased during the last few years. United States and Peruvian the railroad. lina; Sol Neuhan, Baltimore; Raissoner, SEC. 6. For the protection of existing valu-
This postage New Jersey; R E Jenkins. Baltimore; F C able mills located partly upon the street
be due to better concentration of in forcible
may stamps with which the envelope is Mayor Pope a speech suggested Linville. Cincinnati 0; W H Webb, New upon I which the right of way is given, said
the ebb currents in the upper portion of the the granting of Mr. Duval's petition.Mr. York; W H Harbeck. Toledo; Mrs N F Cabot H. It. Duval, Receiver etc., before requiring

basin since over 7,000 lineal feet of the decorated fail to tell. J. W. Bushnell, Chief Engineer of the Miss Cabot. Arattleboro N H; Thos H removal of same, shall give the owners
Charles J Bellner, New Orleans; Chas D thereof reasonable time to complete existing
foundation of the
north jetty were laid. railroad,assured Council that in the contem-
A PARTICULAR friend in Yokohama J Russell)), E Danne, W Clay, Kingston, N contracts for lumber they may now have ,
Surface current observations were takenat wrote to his correspondent in Plym- plated improvements that the tracks would Y; II Hotchkiss and wife, Master Hotch- the extent of such limit not to exceed four
a station marked A. 0., in mid-channel not be laid further cast than the centre of kiss, John J Long, Florida; L S Randolph, months from date of passage of this Ordi-

way of Amelia basin. At this point the outh : Please to omit the word Sixth! street ; that his company contem- city; :M A Myers, New York; J L Kemper, nance.
ebb ( Baltimore, Miss Lucille Carter, Boston. SEC. 7. It is also stipulated that II. R.
currents predominated over the flood Esquire'at the end of my name, and plated the construction of a steamship dock Duval, Receiver etc., shall avail himself of

currents both as to velocity and duration. direct thy letters to Jenkins Johnson 35x600 feet. MANSION HOUSE. privilege of right of way hereby granted,

The ebb currents, averaged 2.23 miles per Capt. D. Maxwell,General Superintendent W A Craig, New York; C W Gray, Palatka within a reasonable time, and upon a failureto
hour with a maximum of 3.78 miles ; the without any tail. By the return of ; advised .that no restriction be placed I I ; A J Ledman, Ohio; A P Murphy, construct or operate the roads contemplated -
mail Southern Express Co.A.; L Crofts, New to be built, within twelve months
flood directed in
came a reply ,
currents averaged 1.61 per hour with a upon the construction of the contemplated Haven; C H Milliken. Saco, Maine; F G after removal of mills, such right of way

maximum of 2.52 miles.In accordance with the request of the extension. The principal improvements, Staples, Old Orchard; H W Horton, New may be withdrawn on the part of the City.

connection with the survey an exami- particular friend to Jenkins Johnson which will consist mainly of a number of : Orleans; Alex Morse, H C Hoadly, New First reading. March 3d.
nation I York; G H Smith. Georgia; J MArcher, Second reading March 3d.
St. Mary's river which side-tracks sheds for the estab-
Georgia, large freight r
without any tail." Virginia; T H Wallis, Savannah; Geo Hopson Third reading March 3d,and passedG.
Cumberland Sound at its southernend lishment of a fertilizer depot and large St Louis; Frank Cnshman, Jackson- F. AVERY,

was made with a view to ascertain the List of Letters docking facilities for the lumber trade, are ville; John Vegman, Frank Smith, New President of Council.

best water that can be carried up to a point Remaining in the post-office at Fernandina, to be constructed below Huot's mill. He York; J H Terries, Chicago; F J Duffy, Jas Attest: GEO. E. \YOLFF,
Menzies. Jacksonville; Chas FMcRory, New City Clerk.
where the water of the river is always Nassau county, Florida February 24th, also assured Council that the machine shopsof Berlin, Fla; Chas Brown, Baltimore; M E ApprovedC.. II.

fresh. The town of St. :Marys is situated 1886.advertised Persons:calling for these letters. must the company would be permanently located Hunt and wife, R J Tarvel and wife, city;W POPE.Mayor..

four miles above the mouth of the river. say here. S Duncan. Brooklyn N Y; S L Lawson and
On this Andeas. Louezie Meadows, James E wife, Little Rock; M P Atkins, New Jersey; Stockholders' Jleetin .
. reach three shoals exist, with The whole matter was then referred to the Notice of ;
Anderson James
A J Russell, Jacksonville; L F Lewis
: minimum low water depths in the channelof Bruce, James II Middleton, R G Committee on Ordinances, to report at the cago;C L Green, Louisville; W Mosely, Virginia THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING Railway
from 14 to 14i feet. Two miles above the Brrtton TJ> ((2)) Miller, Levy next regular meeting.At ; W Mahony, Callahan; William Kelly Stockholders of the Florida will be hell-

town the shoals were found near to each Brizingtou: Georgia Nellson Edward P New York; S J ,Holrnan, !New Syrmna; and Navigation Company Fernandina I ,
at the office of the Company'at ,
Bright Louis Olson
Herbert Carter Illinois Wm Wilson Sag
other, with 16 feet and 121 feet of water re Brookins, Capt Sam APeeples, Sallie the regular meeting of, the City: Council Henry Harbor; H C Bradford,;city; 0 S Noble F R Fla.. on Tuesday, the 16th day of March,

spectively. Devaughn, Humes P-. W C on Wednesday evening last the full itNCojWG; 'Valker.FlorIda; G S Green, 1886, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon. ::

Between the shoals the depths vary from I Green, Peter Hodghill, Meta me'cting of the Board of Aldermen being Georgia, J P Peyton, Charleston, S C; S P R. REYNOLDS.B. S. HENNING Secretary., President.E.
IS Golden, Nancy Snook,Charie G Du-
to Fort Rev Samuel
40 feet. Roberts Myers
feet At present it appears that 20 Green, Josephine Thomas. Elizabeth present, the Council after mature delibera- harrow,,Rev W M, Jeffries; ,Philadelphia; H ,Fernandina, Fla.. February 20, 18SG. ;

of water can be carried to St. Marys at. Hunter, Joseph Tucker, J R tion granted the right of way to the Railroad C Linholm,'Brooklyn; Geo W Wells. Phila feb27-3t .lf
high tide, and about 18 feet of water over Jones, Willie Williams, John Brown Webb's Directory .'
Company; as will ,be seen from the Ordi delphia; S P .
Goods. :
the upper shoals. Johnson, Elby White, T S Delk Corps; F Otto, Yazoo City, Miss; N N Buck- Dry I. '
Luke, Isiah White, Noble nance passed, published elsewhere. Remember the closing out sale in Dry
The results of the man. Jacksonville; C W G Lee, city; C :
recent survey, considering McAustin, J M Youngblood, C J A large number of citizens were present Gager Buffalo, N Y; T B Barker and wife. Goods etc., at '._'}.',
the small sum that has been ex- S. T. RIDDELL: M.. and took a lively interest in the matter. Rochester; John Bascott, Mrs Bascott, Mrs PAUL FU KE's. "t <,




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dtom That lulls the senses to oblivious sleep; my hand for the purpose of ,discover- wish you good-night. You bear.no lum, but I can not' help shuddering some-'
*.: '> : II No silvery chords or murmuring lips may whether a similar polite attention had ,.' slice against me, of course? I e am times over the recollection of that terrible "The narrowest escape I ever had," saida

..lt. :It' dare been accorded my companion, when I "->r.'lv) the agent of the law. I will lightwr hour,and hoping that for the future I may well-known lieutenant of police the

tt .;. .1 I To vie in sweetness with this songster found, to my horror and astonishment, tire at once." never be taken for any personage, historical other night, "was in front of Petersburg"

,"U',,,,,;:L 11 .nl: rare, that my arms were bound to my side, and .My landlady, when talking of a domes- !' ,or unhistorical, except myself.- "My regiment was "in 'Pickett's division

p.l""'f"' ;If.I i' Or share its harmonies, which, voiceless, that I, like my silent ,companion was "f f tire, could not speak more coolly or I ,Adapted from Edwin S. Scu der in Bal- of Longstreet's corps, he continued, "and
another fellow and I in
1t. I;, i11 I steep securely fastened to my seat. Slowly '-"I re civilly than did this maniac. With lou's Mont.ly.! were a trench to-
w fP! ,;!rE"1 The sacred reverie of the heart, and keep turning my head toward'him I addressed r'.ese words Dr. Finch drew a box of gether. We were at the front of the line

:.f.j7t!1: The spirit kindred to the spell of prayer. him: matches from his pocket, and 'presently I DOMAIN OF SLAVERY. The other fellow went' by his first name
The notes thrilled by impassioned I'm for it but I really Dick. The trench was about six feet deepand
1 j purest "Dr. sorry heard the sound of "scratch, scratch,
I j ,( : voice there was a groove cut in the
kY[c1:4 j : must awaken you. Your preternatural !>scratch! top of
t 11 Are wasted then upon the listless ear; acquaintances (very good fellows, I dare My position resembled that of a wretch the front, through which we did oar

:,'\r 'kl The wakened memory is left no choice say) have been here and tied me up. ', inging over a precipice, who feels that LARGE POPULATIONS ARE STILL shooting at the Yankees. When \ve j

!:1rt: ; :f.!1 But to be wooed in flight to some old Please to request them to let me go;: my <'
''Vjl rP it: t. !! year, landlady is sitting up for me at home, andI gradually being uprooted the weight I rel along that groove, get quick sight on

Where mother lips in holy prayer were don't know what the consequences of his body. 'Here I was'in a lonely woodat the enemy, pull the trigger and then

I! heard, mayn't be. Dr. Finch, I say!" midnight, fettered to my seat, a heapof Human Bondage Yet Flourishing in jump down. Dick was a pig-headed sort

Or maiden love once spoke its sovereign I shouted out the last words as if I were straw piled round me, a bag of gun- Africa-The Shan States of IndoChinaSlave of a chap. I had told him a dozen times
$! } word. hailing a ship. Immediately afterwards, powder at my neck,and a madman stand Traffic in Portuguese Possession he didn't. have !sense enough to hold his
*lf* Stephen Henry Thayer.DUCi.mi'INGH'S voice shouted in return: head on his shoulders.
; a
> 'JArS'i ing over me with a box of luc er matchesin
"All I'm coming directly." -The Coolie 8)'stem-Kidnapers. "There was a lot of Yankee sharpshooters
; hw hand, firmly impressed with the -
tr\( } ) ) FREAK. I was fairly bewildered; not at the belief that he was destined to be my ex in front of us, and I cautioned Dick to

: "i sound of the voice, tier at the words he ecutioner. The parts of the world where slave- look out how he exposed himself. I tell
uttered, but at the place from whence it you it was dangerous for even so much as
and I "Scratch, scratch, scratch!I" hunting raids still enrich a few men and
is Joshua Tetley am
My name at side which I had a.man's ear to get in sight of those
came. The figure my fel-
$"'W clerk to the well-known auctioneers of The first match had missed fired, and bring untold suffering upon thousands, or
beDr.. Finch sat lows. I heard the bullets
r i. / Messrs. Lott and Bidder. all along supposed to doctor had taken out the second. where the bondsman is still driven to his whistling lively
'lpi Spottletonj while the voice trench and I knew
speechless and motionless, over our by the sound
"Scratch, scratch, scratch! heavy tasks are far more extensive than
of ,
there is farm
: Two miles from town a
-t;;} .. at least that theywere 'forced balls.'
from a 'forced
,;; .) :\1 called Alderbrook rented by brother- proceeded a personage Again there"twas no inflammatory re- we are apt to think. In Africa, in Europe,
: -.1. my whose outline ball know is bullet
: hundred yards off, was you a from a
sult. in Asia in South America in islands of
in-law Charley Stubbs and at this farm ,
#; ; lantern breech-loader. It is little
discernible to a a bigger
owing than
dimly ,
.: : made one of a jovial christening party, "Scratch, scratch, scratch! nearly every sea, slavery still exists as a
his hand. the diameter of the gun-barrel and
t r which he carried consequently -
exclaimed Dr. Finch
angrily domestic institution and
large populations
;'tJ convened to celebrate the arrival of my -
,, l i it out with
.:t.'c" sister Sarah's first baby. The egg-flip The advancing figure drew rapidly "These matches are damp. Very are still the prey of men-stealers. If ball goes from greater force

??rti-: '; ,'w .w consumed on that occasion was copious in nearer, and presently halted a few pacesin annoying and inconvenient, isn't it, Mr. we mark in black those regions in Africa than the could a muzzle-loader.between The

f 1': ': "' : quantity and powerful in quality. It got front of me. He was a tall, sinewyman Catesby where human bondage still flourishes, way we distinguish the

,'4I' ''t :J' into several people's heads. I deny that of some five-and-forty years of age, For genuine, unadulterated impudence only Cape Colony, Algeria, and a few two kinds of guns was that, if it was a

,h ,'.!< ) it got into mine. When we broke up it with'a thin, anxious-looking face, and commend me to that of a lunatic. spots on the west coast will be left to show breech-loader, the bullet got to you be-

.':,.... '".-1'i J was 11 o'clock. I was offered seats in wild, glittering eyes, shabbily dressed, "Pardon me, Dr. Finch," I said gravely, that the continent is not wholly the do- fore the report, but if it was a muzzle-

"','," ':\", : ,' half a dozen friendly conveyances. I and yet bearing the appearance of a "The matches are not damp." main of slavery. Africa is not only cursed loader the report got to you before the
; 1' tl ball. Most all of the Yanks used the
: ":::1tj : courteously declined them all, and taking gentleman."Dr. <"Not< damp!" I am sure they are." with every ill begotten of domestic slavery -

,f.!':.':. ':I my friend Dick Tomlinson by the arm, Finch, I believe said I. "Setting asjde the question whether but it is also the source from which breech-loaders, and you can just bet your

; ;h''';.=:{r! ;: set off to walk home. The doctor bowed ceremoniously, and they are damp or not, no lucifer matchescan more than half the Mohammedan world boots we were" mighty careful how we got
in their
r "t :{1i "Here we are at the turnstile, Dick," I replied: be expected to go off at the present derives its supply of bondsmen. way.
"As I the bullets
was saying, were
; i"i:1": \ remarked, when we arrived there. "Yes, that is my name." epoch. SLAVERY'S AREA GROWING LESS.
;""f"' ; "' V "Which shall-we take, the footpath or the "Rather curious this, our first meeting, "Why notP&CBecause The fact is gratifying that through the whistling pretty lively over our trench. I
main road)" doctor," I remarked with faint jocularity, they are not yet invented. How operations of the leading nations the area was loaded and was about to put my gun

!"<; "The road," replied Tomlinson; "the "but I trust it may be the commencement can they be invented in the year 1605." within which slave merchants prosper is in the groove and try to pick off a blue-
of a pleasant acquaintance. I suppose yon coat. Dick was standing in front of the
Pjf f }\ ;. } f footpath is muddy, and my soles are heard me shouting, Dr. Finch." "Ah<< bless! my, heart; you're right, Mr. gradually lessening. The occupation of groove putting in a charge. He had his

; \', ,I! .'.1 :t. single." -. I did. sir." Catesby," exclaimed Dr. Finch, as if a sudden the Turcoman man-stealer is gone since at the breech of his examining it,
it ,,-i.it "1 prefer the footpath," I remarked; ...J owj-cu jti shouting was to'get rid of light had broken in upon him. "You Russia set its heel upon him and freed his and eye the side of his head gun was turned

yt\r, ;,, "my soles are double." these cords. Somebody, you see, doctor, are perfectly right. Now, what's to be Persian slaves, of whom 40,000 were foundin toward the he
groove.Vhile was standing
;' :r?. ;i;, "You funk the footpath," said Dick. has been playing a very pleasant littlo done, or I shall never g )your fire lighted the Khanate of Khiva alone. The shan there-it was not more than half a minute

;;4 ., .. "Funk!What is there to funk?" practical joke, which this gentleman at to-night, to say nothing of that sullen states of Indo-China are still the hunting altogether-one of the 'forced' balls

i.."#41':. 4'. f' "Old Finch. They say he prowls about my side appears to'bear with exemplary brute there?" ground of slave dealers, who every year the and bored came

.1. ",;n- itJ', the oak copse at midnight, shooting rabbits patience. Perhaps his time is not so "You must use flint, steel and a tinder- carry many hundreds of captives down hole singing clear through through groove his head big a
as as a
,k; ;.'Ii!".... with an air-gun.i valuable as mine-ha, ha!-but as for my- box." the Mekong river into Cambodia, down walnut. He fell dead. I stepped across

t'j l. 1 "Who fears old Finch" said I valiantly.I self, Dr. Finch, you will oblige me by taking "But where am I to get them from?" the Menam river into Siam, and over the him and front .:
to in doing so passed in of
., ;, ,,,,tJ.. I struck into the wood, but found it a penknife out of my right-hand waist "Your<< housekeeper is an old-fashioned mountains into Annam. I
.. .d Just as I got on the other side of
::.:.1.... .' ; harder work than I had expected. I coat pocket, and setting me at liberty. Do person; I dare say she keeps them out of Among the greatest of slave stealers the groove.trench another bullet passed throughthe

I". :;' ?.44 stumbled repeatedly over the gnarled you know who this silent gentleman at 'Auld lang syne." has been the ameer of Afghanistan, whose and buried itself in the rear
!' t roots which interlaced each other in every my side may be?" "I'll wake her up at once." barbarous raids into the beautiful valleysof groove
wall of the trench. Two other balls followed -
y")'" :' Sf''' -direction. The night was very dark, for Dr. Finch's brow darkened, his eyes With these words the doctor started off Kafiristan, just north of India, have it and buried themselves in the

,ft.f i t there was no moon and the sky was overcast flashed, and he answered me in angry with vigorous strides towards his house. threatened the Kafir nation; numbering identical hole made by the first bullet.

ft i J. i' 'r1 so that I could only see a very short tones. Do you basely pretend not to recognize As soon as he was out of hearing I be- 300,000 souls, with destruction. These The sharpshooter who did that neat job

'!t ): flj distance before me; but I could distinguish your old comrade, your fellow-con- gan to try and wriggle out of my bonds; raids, incited almost solely by the high half mile "
y. I' that there two objects differing spirator? I market value of the white female was a away.
?'t1! were scorn you, but I had not done much toextricate_ my- nearly "
;" :. "t:' from each other in size and shape, placed "Dr. Finch, what do you mean?" self, when I saw several lights twinklingin slaves, have for the past few years been of"Pretty the listeners.good shooting, suggested one

:t' '. '..J .. '.in the center of the open space. I drew "What need to ask what I mean? I am the darkness, and heard the sound of severely discouraged by the Indian govern- "I should said the lieutenant

H:' \ ''i':, nearer, as circumspectly as possible, and bound to carry out the sentence imposed approaching voices."I ment, and the Kafirs now enjoy compara- with say so, of the shoulders. ,

' -,:.+.l :' presently discovered that the two objects upon you both by his most sacred ma- say, Jones, we shall catch it for being tive immunity from the incursions of their an"Some expressive of those shrug Yankee sharpshooters --

.lti :Jl ., -were a.rustic seat, which, I may mention, jesty." out at this t pie ot night," said a boyish Mohammedan oppressors. Last year's marvelous. They had little tele-
rc:... ..."J+ : -was firmly fastened to the ground, and a At these words I began to grow exceed- voice. revelations, also, with regard to the hor- their rifles that would fetch a

1 ?. chair. The former was unoccupied;while ingly uncomfortable. Either Dr. Finch "Oh, no, we shan't answered a other rors of the Pacific labor traffic, where scopes man on close until he seemed to be only

;:' }. : ; In the latter a gentleman was seated. was an admirable hand at a practical boyish voice. <"Old< Bod loll} will forgive hundreds of natives were torn from, their about up 100 yards from the muzzle.

.'4,,,,. ; :<: "Clearly Dr. Finch," I said to myself, joke, or else he was-something that in anything on the 5th of Nov nlq r." homes in New Guinea and other islands to I've seen them pick away a man off who was a

4' : ? <'enjoying< the tranquil silence of the mid- my captive and defenseless position I "But what'makes you sears ,this oak- toil on the Queensland and Fiji planta- mile They could hit so far you

IM'i : ;> .night hour. Rather a damp, chilly night, shuddered to think of. However, I copse?" asked a deep, bass voice wBifci tions, have resulted in the imprisonmentof couldn't away.hear the report of the gun. You
3sV ; 2 though I must confess. But what does determined not to some of the leading kidnapers and the
,;ft ;>'> appear frightened, so sou ':.&cu uncommonly like my brother-in- wouldn't have any idea anybody was in
t *. : :he want with two seats?" addressed him with assumed calmness."To law's. sudden suspension of their slave-stealing
o- : sight of and all of a sudden, with
.l;; .( I determined to introduce myself to the << what sentence do refer you
Dr. enterprises.BRAZIL
.\ ""..: you "Because, Mr. Stubbs, one of your laborers everything as silent as the grave and nota
....ft, "1 recluse at once,and entice him forth from Finch Who is his most sacred majesty told us this evening at the 'Three Pig- SPAIN, PORTUGAL, CHINA. sound of a gun, here would come skip-

::-,,, J"t, his skill of seclusion. So I addressed htm "The sentence of death for high treason, eons' that he'd met old Finch carrying Within the past ten years the number ping along one of those 'forced' balls and
,;'1i...... ,as follows: by warrant of his majesty King James: in his that looked like of slaves in Brazil has decreased about "
something arms a cut a hole clear through you.
! > ?j1 "Doubtless Dr. Finch are an old the First. 800,000. There remain in how-
i you man. Hurrah! here he is. You jolly old bondage, "How we used to lay for these sharp-
; ;, 1! traveler, and, therefore,' not easily surtA I looked hard at the doctor as he uttered guy, what a dance you've led us!" ever, about 1,200,000 persons, and Dom shooters, though," he said, chuckling at

j't f prised. You won't be surprised at my these words, hoping to detect some appearance As he said.these words, the boy paused Pedro II still rules over the largest slave the remembrance. "We'd keep look-out
,, ; r'i;; : 4 ,diverging from the public footpath to inquire of suppressed merriment about and fellow- population in the world. Seventeen years
opposite my silent companion little puff of smoke. The sharpshooters -
"i r ;., 1 after your health. :My name is his countenance,but I could trace nothingof conspirator, and inspected his dress and will be required under the provisions of for every, you know, mostly climbed trees
.b Tetley, the brother-in-law of Mr. Stubbs the kind. On the his the new emancipation act before Brazilcan
., contrary, eyes features by the aid of a candle stuck in a and hid themselves in the branches. So,
;), ;.;t:t!;' who asked you to his christening party, sparkled with a look of savage triumph, bottle, with an interest that was almost be numbered among the free states. time they'd shoot there'd be a telltale
!t and he has commissioned to-" and he waved is the nation every
:; .Il me the lantern about his head paternal. Spain only European that puff of smoke come out of the tree.

1t.\ :.. I paused with some astonishment, not with wild energy. "Here's another guy!'"exclaimed Charley openly permits the existence of slavery in, Just as soon as we'd see one of those littleputl's

.tt,;,tiMs: I: "to say annoyance, for Dr. Finch, though By this time I was convinced that I had Stubbs, halting in front of me. its colonies. In Cuba, its largest colony, of smoke the entire battery would

1:: 'i fi1 he apparently nodded once or twice,never fallen into the clutches of' a madman. "Why, Charley, don't you know me?" I a process of gradual emancipation is rain shot and shell into that tree, and
,': a 'vouchsafed word.in What was to be done? It would be of no demanded in of slowly reducing the number of bondsmen,
:t.j % a single reply. a tone melancholy re- we'd make it so hot for the sharpshooterthat
d' if; You not offended at use to shout for assistance. <"Discretion< ," I although there are still over 300,000 of crawl out deador
:!i ;jmI ,\ are my intrusion, proach. I he'd either tumble or ,
( doctor? I continued." thought I, "is the better part of valor, es- "What, Josh, tied fast! Straw all them, thousands of whom should, under alive. The best shooters were in the

1{;"' ;" :, :;;; As he still remained obstinately silent, pecially in dealing with a lunatic. In- around you for lighting! What in the the law, have reeeived their freedom Union army. :Most of them came from

Wr T.drew nearer to him, supposing that he stead of opposing the doctor, I will try world does mean. Ha!ha!ha I Ho!ho I ho!" years ago. the west, and many of them had been
'; : *must have fallen asleep. But I could not and humor him. In the first place I will That unfeeling Charley clapped his The Portuguese in Africa are just what scouts in the Indian country. They rarely

;vj 'I\ hear the slightest sound of snoring, or question him about this mysterious per- hands to his sides and went off into con- Cameron calls them, <"the< accomplices of missed a man at a distance of a mile. In-

; ';-f ;\\J' 'even of breathing. I sat down on the son who is seated at my side." vulsions of laughter. At this moment Dr. slave traders and kidnapers." All travelers deed, they could hit any object as big as a
." .rA "Well, doctor," I said "how soon is the on the lower Congo know that slavesare
? vacant seat. I peered at my companion Finch reappeared on the scene. pie-plate that far away." -Baltimore
:i4'. ? ;.lift.: -through the darkness. I could not see sentence to be carried out?" "Charley," I cried, <"for< heaven's sake still shipped from the mainland to the Herald.

l\:J t {t much of his face, for his head was sunk "In about ten minutes," he replied with come here! Let me whisper a word in Portuguese islands, and within the past

-ft1\. ,,; .upon his breast, and covered by a broad- infinite calmness, as he looked at his your ear. Seize that fellow Finch; he is twelve months Portuguese gunboats and Hard to Please the Brill-Sergeant.

i'i i brimmed, lowcrrHed hat; but I could watch. a dangerous lunatic. Had you not come mail steamers have taken chain gangs of An Irishman, serving in the United

1 ? i 'r perceive that he had a tremendously long "Then will you allow me to spend a por- here, he would have burned me alive." black men to work on the plantations of States in Texas, and belonging to
. tion of my time in conversation with St. Thomas and Principe. As late as last army
,'", "\ my
nose. brother-in-law is fellow
My a powerful the infantry was in the habit of standing
r, f l "A certain of intellect I fellow-prisoner? and Aided November complaint was made of the
proof vigorous a man of prompt action. by with his toes pointing inward, to remedy
;.1;'M. 4 said. "Cromwell had a large nose. The "Certainly. There's no objections to two of Dr. Roddall's biggest pupils, he slave traffic between the Portuguese pos- which the continually addressedhim
n.. '1-; ':". Iron Duke"m' that. But you will find him a very obstinate overpowered and secured Finch, while the sessions on the east coast, :Madagascar, while on parade with: "Stick out

# t:1 a Presently,growing bolder by proximity, fellow," said Dr. Finch, pettishly. "I remainder of the gentlemen untied my and the Comoro islands. toes Patrick." It took Patrick yearsto
can't word out of him." That form of slavery the coolie system your ,
..1 rl c I ventured to touch my mysteriousaquaintance's get a cords. the habit of sticking his toes
It, ;' Inverness cape. I next laid "Perhaps, if you, doctor, was to exert Little more remains to be told. It seems which in the past fifty years has trans- out.acquire Just about the time he had succeeded -

'i ':$ :' 'i my hand upon his arm, and made an your authority, and ask him to speak to that Dr. Finch had long labored under a ported hundreds of thousands of Chinese he was transferred to the cavalry,
me, he would listen to you." and East Indians to Chili, Peru, the Brit-
lf I i astounding discovery. He was recurely monomania that he was Dr. Finch of some where his habit of sticking out his toes
: ,i, k ; bound to his chair by a series of strongly "Ha! a capital idea," quoth the doctor celebrity, who flourished during the reignof ish West Indies and other regions where interfered much with his usefulness as a

-W ;tt. -knotted cords. eagerly. "I'm much oblige to you. I'll Elizabeth and James I. His house- they have worked for a pittance, toiled The continually
l sergeant was
t After a few moments of breathless wont try at once." keeper and gardener were aware of his under the lash and perished in multi-
r him "Stick in those toes Pat-
t ; He accordingly set down his lantern tudes, is an evil that is not yet wholly ex- calling to :
der broke bewildered in- on
a light delusion to be
I upon my but as it appeared a per- rick much to his disgust, and he ex-
the ground, and stooping till his face tinct. Stanley recently described the ,
tellect. I understood the whole matter. I was fectly harmless fancy, and'as in all other with "Devil
claimed some emphasis:
\ R !if :7 had been accidentally and unintentionally on a level with my companion's hat, points he seemed quite sane, they kept the fiendish inhumanity of the Arab kidnapers take such a sarvice. For five years it was
i admitted to the most secret arcana of shouted thus into his ear: matter to themselves. Unluckily for the on the upper: Congo two years ago. << toes Patrick '
I. spiritualism. 'He had fastened himself "Fawkes, Guido Fawkes, don't be obstinate doctor's future prospects of unrestrained Livingstone estimated that only one slavein nothing but 'stick out your Patrick.,'
and its 'stick in toes
1" lill Into this chair; he had, then, by certain _any longer. You've only got eight freedom, however, Dr. Roddall's boys, on five from central Africa lived to reach There now is plazin' your the blackguards.-,
:/ '\ magical movements of his head, nodded minutes left, and your friend Mr. Catesby that never-to-be-forgotten 5th of Novem- his destination. It is said that only one

himself into a ,condition of ,mesmeric. wants to speak to you.? ber, determined to have a guy of superfine in three of the young slaves survive who Texas Siftings.A .

; r.. f coma; he was now waiting for the hour oft My blood ran chill at these words, appearance. The mask for his face was are tortured for the markets of Egypt and

': I}! twelve to strike, when some obedient 'vhich unfolded the singular delusion un- sent down by a celebrated masquerade establishment Turkey.-:New York Sun. Lemon Tree in the Back Yard.

! f; t' spirit would come and release him from br which Dr. Finch was laboring. I in London, and his clothes We were permitted recently to see a
Struggle for Picturesque Effects.
!t!<.l his bonds. Then, what was the meaning "Mulcl understand now why I was tied, were fitted on by the Alderbrook tailor. grand old lemon tree in the back yard at
At Cannes the curbstone dealers
. : of that other seat? Why, this: Dr. Finch 'nd why I was knee-deep in straw, and The boys were detached for this purpose, strug- the residence of Charles Binney. It is
and vhy my gaoler carried a lantern. As'for'' ,gle for picturesque effects. One of them, about twenty feet in height and large in
: 1 t ii was a polite gentleman; placed it for and were bringing :Mr. Fawkes, arrayedin '
who had sunshades
and the like for sale
' f "',: the spirit to sit down upon, in case he or "iy mysterious companion] he made no a remarkably genteel suit, through the proportion, and loaded with fruit in all
stood under red
" J' she should be fatigued by his or her disentangling >ply, notwithstanding the doctor's earn- oak when they spied a, squirrel a huge umbrella twenty stages of growth, from the blossom to the
copse, feet in
diameter. Whenever he would
!I .; exertion. I felt so pleased at rst request that he would speak: ripened lemon. Over 500 lemons have
. i : my They sat down'the burden, which they
sell an umbrella he would hurl it at the
. been taken from the tree within the week
,; tf discovery that I closed my eyes to think 'He's a sulky brute this in -a.tthe foot of a tree and
tE. s Fawkes, isn't- carried a flair, buyer like a javelin, regardless of the without making noticeable impressionon
\'I' over it, and presently fell fast asleep. \. Mr. Catesby?"quoth the doctor COPP -. gave chase. During their absence Dr. eyes of the lookers-on.-Chicago Herald.A the whole. It a is estimated that there

" Ia I i'I: slept profoundly, but uneasily. I ex- Mtially.'In Finch came by with his head full of gun be-
still thousands it ripening.
I the touch of material hands : drew near, and fastened a good-sized powder plot, which he had just been readin Son of the Late Jesse James.A are on now The

kls 1t pulling pretty smartly at my legs, and br. ;, containing some tolerably weighty honor of the day. At sight of the Eliza- sod of the late Jesse James of unenviable sides blossoms others in all all the stages of round growth.and fur-

\ c .i t arranging some substance of an irritating instance round my neck, "There, :Mr. bethan figure seated underneath the tree notoriety is a member of a Baptist tree year of ripe

i -' and prickly character around them. Then .* uesby," he said, "now I think you will insanity which had hitherto been kept in Sunday-school in Kansas City, Mo. He is nishes an almost continuous supply thinskinnedand

1+ r '< I awoke. The sensation which I had felt b.> thoroughly comfortable. This bag contains due subordination, took full possession of a bright-eyed,intelligent-looking boy, and lemons. The fruit is large Cat) AppeaL -

9V ; about my lower limbs was not caused b7I three pounds' weight of excellent his brain, and when I came and seated recently recited the Lord's prayer beforea of fine flavor.-MarysviUe (

? a mere dream. Some being, naturaLor npo''S soon as ,the fire reaches myself',> t.ie bench which the doctor had large audience at a meeting of the Sun-

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"my on this joyful occasion. published as a Supplement to THE SUN ,: } ; ,r-._ .'ii : < : : 12 1884.
Fernandina Fla. July ,
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r United States and the various countries, S. ENGINEER OFFICE ") The the South Boston._, Mass.- _
I and which will regulate the granting of ARMY BUILDING, NEW YORK > Cabbage 'for OCH&SOWS
copyrights on books and other publica- January 20,188G.JTTNDER ,
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Times. the undersigned assumes control! in every thing for Ladies.Gents'.Cnilc'rens'
the name of the United States of the Military and la/ants" wear ''and IlOIL'>eke.-p'"JI:'
HENDERSON'S SUMMER.This G.wK o.t Drio*>3 lo'rer than those or Ji uy
The Growth of New York City. Reservation at Point Peter, Georgia, 11'1 1.U.I Ic!lit tile United States. (:m"fo

Considering that last year W.ht one the metes and bounds of which are describedand f-.mum itl'.iari3oU ti. {;ypwranter1.ory. :'i'. ItGCIt: a :-ott.\rr, ,
of the best for money making, New York recorded in'1 the. office of the Clerk of valuable variety, as well as a full list of.the most desirable. li.GtL Ave. & iJOth ::it.. \. 1. (;&:1'.

done pretty well in that line having laid the Superior Court, .Camden County Georgia -
up 37,000,000 or so by increase, in the Book S., Folios 509, 510 and 511. All VEGETABLE SEEDS "VV .A.. T.mDTO :
value of persons occupying any portion of said reservation ,
In some real estate. The gain was greater ,or any buildings thereon erected,are I will be found described in our Manual of"ETZKTTHIKO FOB TIm GABDUT which will be sent to any| BUY FOR CASH,
previous years, but $37,000,000 is hereby.notified! that thev will be required to address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage.
not. bad for dull times.-Xew York Letter vacate the same promptly upon the order of White Egret and Heron Skins .
the Honorable the Secretary of War,'or his' & GROWERS, ;
duly authorized agent: Peter Henderson & Go.SEEDSMEN Cortlandt St., In Large Quantities. Address .;
A Belgian drummer YORK. I .
gun says that all Q. A. GILLMORE. NEW Z-E-WTXSOIIir; Ss CO., :
the guns sent out from Liege axe made by Colonel of Engineers, "

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tt., 1J{ 't', THE; FLORIDA; MIRUO: it. Land Office, whatever he may chooseto GRANTING THE RIGHT OP 'WAY. at the entrance of Cumberland ness :of this position, they have triedto -
r Jt.y think is notthe and The City Council have granted aright
: If
't 4"t government appropriations are to be
conceal it the
by ,pretence of
"It r ,1'i{ GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. cannot entertain or definitely. decide ""ot way to the Florida Railway given where they
:: J'., Subscription, %Z per year; six months 81. questions appertaining only to Con- & Navigation' Railroad through good, it is self-evident that the work the minority is
Ilt' report
f I not so
Front street and the streets
'F nnj-inj-u-LTiriL.uijiuiinrrjTjTruTjajnnnni or the courts. across done has shown that the
.{ gress already
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor much 'in its arguments, which
;, : n l'ii It would be an and mis- abutting on the harbor from Broometo are
injury a of the work
!:!f >Jn: ";1.: RATES OF ADVERTISING. prosecution will give familiar, as'in its insistance that the
fortune to South Florida for their Old Town. This is done to en- still favorable results.
;m*!! Ten,cents a line for the first, and five cents for, more real :question shall, be met on its
able the railroad estab-
land titles be disturbed the company to
';f.q r ; each subsequent insertion. to or constitutional basis.
, '!...1 ; Special local notices, 15 cents a line. building further south or the F. R. & lishnei:S te mship docks along the THE FITZ JOHN PORTER CASE There
l; H't ml. Reading notices, 25 cents,a line. will be, of course,a long de-
t harbor front near the water The speech) of Wheeler is
m ttl :' Special rate for time advertisements upon application N. system' of railroads to be stopped. deep General bate on these and it

..,.; .; %_.:.f"ti at the office. The Legislature' has given, for the .,channel between Fernandina proper probably the best statement yet be a profitless papers debate, if the will not

l Ok % Communications upon all matters df local interest purpose of encouraging the construc- and Old Town. made of the merits of the Fitz John speakers
will keep to the point. The
t 1t1.tf solicited from all parts of the county and from tion Porter and is valuable contri- sober
railways, ten twenty thou- This action of the City Council is case a
; tJji; along the lines of Florida railways. discussion of constitutional ;questions
,v f ttitt:i All communications intended for publication sand acres of land, while, ,the govern generally approved by our citizens.At bution to the history of the war. is one of the most useful

: ::,r\t 't should be addressed to the Editor; all business! ment grant amounts toless than four bothMobile and.New Orleans the The case made against General Por- func
t' if-J. letters simply to THE FLORIDA 1IIRROR.t' tions of the Senate. But a Senate
B .. thousand acres per mile. If they railway lines follow the water front. ter, viewed in the light of :facts now
tij'm to
... struggling keep possession of
;1: SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1886. will go on and complete their road by The very'great commercial advant- known, is the most remarkable instance few paltry offices is a spectacle a

: .rt.11",.. (. all means let them have. the land.. ages resulting ironi a close connec- of a star chamber trial in as
t undignified as unpatriotic.
Y' } Philadelphia
+ THE RAILROAD GRANT.We tion between the steamship lines and modern times. General Longstreet, Times.IT

mmSV, should judge that many people THE PRESIDENT'S THE PEOPLE.APPEAL TO railway are too obvious to require in an article in the Century, says if

1:; ''' as well as some newspapers in explanation. \ The filling up, of the Porter had attacked him on the day TAXES but six minutes now to
Under the lead of Senator Edmunds
,*\;n SJi V i .i the State, are befogged as to the the Republican majority in the marsh and location., of. docks will General Pope claims he was ready to send a cable message to London and
to the.
Vra'.+< ; status of the grant. of lands, for the? United States Senate have entered:; give extension to our harbor front advance he would have been con- get answer.

f : Florida Railway & Navigation Rail- and greatly crease the commercial fronted with three times the force

SiW ,1t:, .,"t"av J' upon a contest with President Cle.vei i facilities at thisport. and cut to pieces or captured, and i
: land, the purpose of which is to either I
: < iJii.13 The decision of the Supreme Court 1 that it would have been worse for
make the Presidential office subservient
gfl,.Ift..a,; in the case of Van Wyck vs.Knevals THE INDIAN HOSTILITIES CLAIM. Pope than the fight of next day
to the rule of a Senatorial majority -' tOY4L
(Dec 11 1882 ) settled the The Senate Military Committeeseem
| question when he was routed.
f >jJ1'; and, failing, in this to make an 'to
M'., as to the period when the grant of summarily reported

?1 iit.*-, railroad lands took effect. The substance issue for the next Presidential cam against the bill introduced to pay THE absence of Senator Jones

i J' 1 of the decision is that a grant paign. The Republican majority in the State of Florida for expenses in- from his seat in the United States ,

ns':' ;) r of lands by Congress to a State, for the Senate has mistaken the char- curred in the; suppression of Indian Senate is greatly to be regretted, especially { Vk:

f\. .:;. .";l the benefit of a railroad, takes effect acter of the man who now fills the hostilities. This bill proposed to when so much legislation is a. O iuV

r ; k' instantly upon the definite location Presidential office. His motto, that pay the State the principal. and interest required in the interests of Florida. A l4

i ;- 'Ii of the railroad, .evidenced by the filing office is a public trust, is the keynote due thereon t according to the Senator Jones has achieved an excel- 1 't kr
1. of all his public utterances. '
" '.;\;..." of a plan of the survey, and cuts admitted precedents in other cases. lent reputation at Washington and I
f The Senate demands of him the ,
i{ 'f.k off from the time of filing of such The committee report as a substitute ranks high in that body. We do not

';j! :t} survey the right of pre-emption from private information which has influ- the bill formerly reported by them, like the nagging of the press in the
t- enced him in the suspension of Re- which allows the State ,
; ;! l ..'; subsequent settlers. no interest constant reference to his private

X !:.iI The right to sell the land accruesto publican officials. The President replies and makes an allowance of $92,000, affairs. It must be evident to those 4KIJ4G

r ;:'; .''J the railroad under the following that it is his constitutional dutyto being the difference between the face who know the Senator that his own ;

:t ': conditions, as laid down by the Act exercise his discretion in the re- claim of th.State. of $224,000 and sense of what is due to his constituents

; of Congress of May 16, 1850, which moval and appointment to office. the Indian Trust Fund $132,000.This must be far more potent with

.11 provides for a grant of lands for the That the information on which he is a'grave' injustice to the him than the smart allusions to the POWDERAbsolutely

{ :; construction of a railroad from bases the exercise of his discretion is State and we hope will be rejectedby cause of his absence. We trust that

f1i1: "'J! Amelia Island to the waters of Tampa his own. That the Senate have their the State authorities. Perhaps he will quietly drop into his seat Pure.
duties and he has his. Let each Department
(1 i:i Bay, as viz. : That a quantity of considering the character o(the ad- some fine morning soon and in the
t-r..t ( J land not exceeding 120 sections for exercise the duties constitu- vocacy the, bill received when presented prosecution of his duties as a Senator THIS POWDER of purity NEVER, strength VARIES.and whole-A

i t1':'I said road and branch and included tionally allotted to it. no better result could be ex- renew the public confidence. someness. :More economical than the ordi-
t.- kinds, and cannot be sold in
The nary competition -
manly of
:... :/.; within a continuous length of said dignified message pected in the Senate.In with the multitude of low-test, short-

1.11; :'. 1; {. 'f 1 road and branch may be sold when the President will commend itself to the meantime Mr. Dougherty'sbill THE President is receiving the sup- weight_ 3J-Sold alum only or phosphate in cans. powders.

: 'i:'j/;, the Governor of said State shall certify the good sense of the, country, and is progressing in the House, and port of the independent press of the ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,

f to the Secretary of the Interior will be_sustained by the voice of the when passed we hope we shall have country in the contest made by the 48 106 Wall Street, New York.

,,1\i; that any twenty continuous miles of people: I such an advocacy of its merits in Senate on the question of removals.

,; .a':i> \\L1: said road or branch is completed, and Mr. Edmunds and his friends will the Senate as to secure favorable The calm'and,forcible article of the $250WILL

: : :.J' another quantity of land,"etc., from find that the day for treating Presi- consideration. Philadelphia Times indicates how the

sdifc, fe j time to time until said road and : dents as Andrew Johnson was treatedis question stands in the minds of

} W 1 :;!i branch are completed." past. The Senate is no longer a NATURE has' indicated unerringly other than political partisans. Then BUY A

III Under this grant of land to the governing, but a legislative power, in where success can be anticipated i New York Herald gives also unquali GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEAD,

r ; :a I Slatein trust for the railroad absolute the country. The President will assisting its work in the formation of fled support to his position. AT
maintain the rights of his office, as he deep water harbors. FRED W. HOYT & CO'S
; :':. M.), authority to sell is conferred on ,
has constitutionally sworn to do. It is well known that there has THE PRESIDENT THE SENATE
w :! ::.-.tt the certificate of the Governor that FURNITURE STORE,
never been any trouble as to the The President has answered thee
!W,:,f.i each twenty miles is completed.No GENERAL GILLMORE'S LETTER. CENTRE STREET.
depth of water at the mouth of th extraordinary demands of the Sen-
1t ;: law restriction ordecision We call the especial attention of
Savannah river. The force andflowof ate in a special message, in which he
"s. ; of any commissioner of the our readers to General Gillmore'sletter
that large river have kept a very frankly and forcibly sets forth
: '4: 1 General Land Office can affect the and indorsement. of Gen.
sufficient depth of water always on his position on the questions which SASH, DOCKS,
f Tights which have been Newton, Chief of Engineers.
. 2.i Jt acquired! or the bar. Tho difficulty at Savannahwas the Senate has raised. It is not surprising -AND-
; .; be in These emphatic statements of the
r., .,, may acquired, conformity to
. 'Lj if",." in the shoals formed the river that Mr. Edmunds was displeased BLINDS
.-" ,1.11'.(...1 law' highest authorities of the Engineer'sDepartment by ,
': .
', '.,: which flowed down in several thane with this message, for it is
t < ti: The Supreme Court also decides in ought to command th
11. AT FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.Notice. .
' nels. A con tration of the ,vaterhas one which he will not find it easy to
,,; : } the same case that any alleged forfeiture attention and secure the support of *I -
the main channel. The
ti .r !: 1'l Savannah improvement is not a jetty The President's message came in .
t ",: ".t.'T be raised only by the of the entrance to Cumberland -
t rj'" i!.. governmenti. improvement of the bar, but of the time to supplement the dissenting Notice is hereby given that the followingnames
!J.:'H4f.w" ( c., Congress), and cannot be raised: Sound. They are unpreju river. report presented by the Democratic have been stricken from the Regis-

fe. collaterally by a third party holding diced and impartial. Our State tration Book of the City of Fernandina for
3'>1. !'. t .> In like manner the flow of the St.JIary's members of the Judiciary Committee the 1886
.an invalid title.1' should rejoice at the success which year :
| SMIV' river has always kept a fair on the same subject. This re- Archer, Alexander Morris, J.J.

't,4 < ; They distinctly say : If the whole has thus far attended the work doneat depth of wateF at the bar at the. en port is stronger than the majority report Baker, Jack Morgan, C. W.
. Bruce, J. H. James
the harbor Mooney
the only deep-sea on the
:: J.J proposed road has not been trance. So that while the low waterdepth because its ground is defensible Bush, Jas. H. Mason, WarrenMitchell
'eastern coast of Florida and which Burnside, Chas.J.
:'r R forfeiture George
ly,, -completed. any consequent at the St. Johns bar has never and because it keeps in sight the Barrett, John Merrow, J. H. P.
1 :; : ; J thereon can only be asserted by the promises to increase the value of all Butler, H.A. Norman
;t exceeded 8 feet that at the mouth of actual issue involved. It proposes George
;Jt the United the interior products of the country I Clark, John Palmer, Rodweli
grantor, States, through : the St. Mary's has never been less no resolution, because none is re Collins, Alfred Person, Emanuel
.!\{ L ; judicial? proceedings or through action, by the many facilities for transportation than 12 feet. Natural causes have quired. But it very emphatically Donovan, Cornelius !Polhemus W. S.
which will be afforded by the Dohoney, R.V. Rebund, Henry
;t of Congress-Schubengle, v. Harri- always been in force to keep up this denies the assumption of the ma- Douglass, John Robinson, Cam
tl man, 21 Wall 45. A third completion of this work. Evatt, W. L. Roberts, Richard
:,ht, ? party condition. jority as to the control of the Senateover Freeman, John Riles, Peter

}1 '. 'i cannot take upon himself to enforceconditions THE Jacksonville dispatches from The St. Johns river is a chain of the private papers of the Ex Floyd, JohnFreeman Redman, Richard

1 J ,t; to the grant when the government Washington mention that Mr. C. H lakes with very little current and ecutive, supporting this denial both Green, Alexander, David Stewart Rone, Taff, Solo

w 1 does not complain of thebreach.1' Jones had a hearing before the River very little depth. The Savannah by principle and by precedent, .andit Gray, W. E. Simms, Thomas
} t" Gremley, Jacob Stewart, James
d i
l f! : and Harbor Committee. Whether he river 'is a river with strong concentrated frankly presents the real questionof Hargrett,John Sharklatt, Isaac
1' We do not how under thesedecisions Hayes,Stephen A Stephens, John
see eared in an individual
Jt'1 PP or the control of the Senate
repre currents. The St. :Mary's river over removals Henderson, Peter Schuyler, Geo.W.

: of the Supreme Court the sentative capacity not stated, or for is a deep.river with strong current which the majority tried to Hutchinson,James Sheldon, Isaac
'ftg action of Commissioner Howett, Cyrus Saunders, Chas.
.1. )'. : Sparks canhave what purpose. We hope that he,,was with its main source over 125 feet evade or get at by indirection.It Hazleton, James Tucker,'Robert

i'r any legal effect. And certainly wise enough confine.himself tothe above tide water within distance Johnson, Peter, Jr., Trent,Samuel
a It
t. may be that even upon a constitutional Jones,James Tucker, W. B.
need feel alarmed who
\ nobody has
merits of the
appropriation sought for not over 100 miles by the course of point that so well Jackson, Randall Turner, Sherman
i., .1. purchased of the railroad any landswhich -the St. Johns bar pure and'sin ple- the river. appears King, Samuel Van Nostrand, C.J.
established at this the Senators will
Ligoeur, Joseph Williams, W. H.
i have been certified by the and did not, permit himself to injure The natural, causes which- havealways divide on party lines but it is Lang, James, Jr. Wilson. George
R f: 'L:+ Governor to have been earned by thi e the cause he ; Lang, William Ward, E.,J.
represented by injectincrthe maintained a fair depth of always important that every public LeCain, William II. Wishart, Abe
.i j.,: f4J.: completion of each section of twenty : selfish demand made in the water, when assisted by jetties from question shall be squarely faced Lange, C. A. Wood, Richard
Lewis, F. B. 'VarrenDockLeggett ,
: : miles of road.
; that other works of the abutting islands of Cumberlandon The Republican Senators have Samuel Washington, Wabby
i"F 'm It is a great injury to the country greater importance should'be :Mooney: J. H. Wilson, Simon
1 passed the north and Amelia on the raised the that the
point President
McDermott,John Young, Adam
! i to have doubt and distrust of the ,
t : va- over or discriminated against in orderto south, will, as shown by GoneralGillmore's cannot remove any of their Parts McBean, R. A. Yerger, H. S.
.lidity of titles raised. favor the Times-Union in By order of the Board of Aldermen.GEO. .
report: deepen and, maintain sans from office without the Senate'sconsent
-_;,j. I The commissioner, of the General reference to the St. Johns bar. E. WOLFFE, City Clerk.
". :; ; a good depth of water on the bar ; but knowing the unsound- Fernandina, March 4,1886.'r. .
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-err E. FRASER,


Has permanently located at Fernandina,
and offers his professional services to the z -FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.- .' :
people of tliis place surrounding country. I
of children a specialty. *
JPir Can be found at the Tourist Hotel. -IS THE PLACE TO Bux"XPUR- '
11 :PECI= : = l:L r\I crJ: : d :m. i
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Sheriffs Sale.

in Court a suit execution.JudicialCircuitNassau determined. AND issued BY wherein out VIRTUE of the the Jacksonville OF county.Circuit' AN- .I (, [(( DRY I GOODS IN 1886! \ I IJf J. & T. KYDD "

& Atlantic Railroad Company was
plaintiff, and Benjamin Upton defendant, I HAVE DECIDED TO CLEAR OUT THE BALANCE OF THEIR
have levied upon and will sell at public auc-
tion, in front of the Court House m the Cityof FALL AND WINTER STOCK AT A GREAT REDUCTION, IN .
Fernandina,on the first Monday in April, ORDER'TO MAKE ROOM FOR THEIR SPRING STOCK. :
being the 5th day of said month all the ? I BARGAINS WILL BE FOUND IN EVERY '
right) title and interest of Benjamin Uptonin i DEPARTMENT, INCLUDING i
and to the following described property, ; !
to-wit: The northeast quarter of the north- .

west west quarter quarter, southeast southeast quarter quarter of of section the south-12, '.,.",.''. CLOTHING SHOES DRESS GO OPS-) I

township 2 north range i'4 east, SGO acres; i. We have just received from the North and East an S

fractional section 36, township 3 north f':.. immense stock of
24 east, 500 acres; east half of south- !' "
west quarter Lots 1 and 2, section 1, town- H Prints and Domestic Goods. I
ship 2 north range 24 east, 584 acres. ., .

Terms cash JOHN, purchaser A. paying L EItMANN for title., If! DRY GOODS : CLOTHING, ) : GOOD PRINTS at 4 Cents. BEST PRINTS at 5 Cents. t

Sheriff Nassau County. 50c. Dress Goods, 30 25c. Dress Goods 20 "
Fernandiua, Fla., March 61886. .
Hats Boots and, Shoes ,
Cap, I_ r 15c.U 10 10c.U 6 "
Sheriffs Sale. f
AND BY VIRTUE OF AN and in fact a full line in every Department, of the .

UNDER issued out of the Circuit _. LATEST DESIGNS and able to buy ["A GREAT BARGAIN IN
CourtFourth JudicialCircuitNassau county, -- -_ ; as we are = -= =_ == BUCK SILKS, $1 IA.YARD 8 .. I

in a suit determined wherein J.L. Smith for in bulk, we are prepared to offer same a.t W
the use of J. L. Vandever is plaintiff and WARRANTED TO WEAR; SEND FOR SAMPLE. i.
William Johnson defendant, I have levied N
upon and will sell at public auction in frontof PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITIONP $& WE HAVE ALSO SPECIAL JOBS IN Men's, Youth
the Court House in the City of Fernan- and Boys'
dina on the first Monday in April beingthe YORK CITY.
5th day of said month all the right, title I 'I ;
and interest of William Johnson in andto Rush of business prevents our naming specialties. J3S-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to : r f r

the following described property, to-wit: : All we ask is a trial Call and examine our stock ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. "" <. : t
Northwest quarter of northeast quarter of .
section 2,township 2 north, range 23 east before purchasing elsewhere J. & T. ZZTIDD ,
40 acres; southeast quarter.of southeast '" show at MODE :BItO'S.I i
No trouble to
It& goods
section 3 2 north
township Northeast
quarter range corner Centre and Third Sts., i
east 40 southeast of south-
23 acres; quarter
east quarter section 1, township If north, l I'I' .t'.:, NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. \ FERNANDINA, FLA. i 1,
range 23 cast, 40 acres; Lot 3 in seqtion 5, ll '
township 1 north, range 23 east, 39 acres. ", it -- e t
Terms cash purchaser paying for title.
Sheriff Nassau County. II'' CLOTHING \

Fernandina, Fla.. :March. G, 1886. t rr rt

Sheriff's Sale. "n" :r.A.N"'CT.A.ay' 23, :SSS.. t',
U decree of foreclosure issued out of the MODE BRO'S ( My prices are positively betow those of any house and fully
Circuit Judicial QDM
QQH 15 to 25 per cent. less than those of any credit
county wherein James Bell is plaintiff and '
Hiley E. Robinson and Betsey Robinson defendant concern. I want the money down ; they give you thirty and '

I have levied upon and will sell at t' sixty days in which to pay, and make up for the petty privilege by
public auction, in front of the Court House,
in the City of Fernandina, on the first Mon- 0 charging you ten years' compound interest. And yet people insist 0
day in April, being the 5th day of said \\1 I upon calling this nonsense. .!
month, during the legal hours of sale, the ,
'1 .. I''
To those who have
not of I
e bought me, would ask their inspec-
south half of lot number six in block num- .... Y + r
ber fifty-two, City of Fernandina. 0 tion to convince them that I give the BEST GOODS for the money. LJ .p
Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.

JOHN Sheriff A. ELLERMANN Nassau County., Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. -vv. T. :L. C> :a: J.\IJ: .A.. ; Tn .

Fernandiua, Fla., March 6, 1886. CORNER SIXTH AND ASH STREETS. \\.J.i.
v .
Registration Notice. ," ,n t ., f

Noticeisberebygiven to the legally qualified CHEAP FOR CASH AT "
W. J.
electors of the city of Fernandina that LOHMAN'S.GENERAL '
the ltegistration Book of said city is.now. :. 1
open for the registration i of such electors, at PAUL FUNKE'S
the Mayor's office, from 10 to 12 A. M., and ,
from 2 to 4 r. M., daily Sundays excepted INSURANCE REAL ESTATE :
until Thursday March 25th 1886. All persons b
not registered at that day are debarred f-M-n-+ from voting at the next municipal election, .A.crEJ: : C r
to be held on Monday, April 5th, for mu-
nicipal officers for the year 1886. ''I
Ly order of the Board of Aldermen. IIDRY GOODS EMPORIUM 1 .
Fernandina, Fla., March 4th, 1886.

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OPEN I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof s
Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting"of Colored -
FURNISHED AND PAINTED. Silks Satins Velvets Cashmeres Blankets
NEWLY First-class accommodations. I ; are among. '
II my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety;, MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !


;$f Special arrangements by the week or PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS 13 SE I--WEEKLY_ SAILING-S-a a

month.'V. ,
10_._Proprietor. Embroideries, Laces Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, a
Feathers, Satines, Pique's, Ginghams, and in short everything to
SEWING MACHINES, be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special 1.

ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofHJOOYS'

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For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO I '


!' of every description, and ,

AII'IIA" HUENT Ii for for any sale.Sewing Machine, which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am sellingat y" 'A r .
astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-madeat, one- ., < ,
i' ;H.1.
prices.; 'Old Machines repaired at moderate half the' cost. Also a .large variety of Gents'.. Underwear. and ...... .,j;! '";..'f.
Furnishing Goods of every description.
HENRY HOBEIN, ." ", "':.'.->,>';;"
Corner Third and Ash Streets ;} { : ..\ft
8 Fernandina, PIa.TIlE ;
is noted for the artistic manner Proposed Sailings for February and March.
which it executes all kinds of Printing. for Men Ladies and Misses of all *
,at low In Domestic
prices. -
Steamers leave Pier 20, E.R., at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina, p.m.
W. K. BAUKNIGHT Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and I will not be STEAMERS. LEAVE NEW YORK. LE.\VE'FER."tANDINA.

,, undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties.. CARONDELET...........................Friday, February 12th. Wednesday, February 17th.
AGE T.WHOLESALE Attention is also directed to my large assortment of CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..........Tuesday, February IGth. Saturday :February 20th.
AND RETAIL STATE OF TEXAS....................Friday, February 10th. Wednesday, February 24th.
BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, CARONDELET.............:..........Tuesday, February 23d. Saturday, February 27th.
ANDDealer HOUSE-FUBNISHING GOODScomprising CITY OF SAN ANTONIO........Friday, February 26th. Wednesday, March 3d.
in Ice STATE OF TEXAS....... .........-Tuesday, March 2d. Saturday, March 6th.

TENNESSEE everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
BEEF A SPECIALTY call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
1-t f FERNANDINA. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -

Imported Limburger Swiss Cheese.Cheese. -f+ a AWL rUNKE'' RY Y G ROAD connections for JACKSONVILLE at FERNANDINA, and with thence FERNANDINA by Steamers& to JACKSONVILLE all points on the RAIL ST.

Sauerkraut.. EM1WM t-1t JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT .

California Hams. LAKE WEIR ,
Also, a fine lot of first-class Groceries. CENTRE STREET, THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.

____ J. KLARER. ,.' For freight,passage rates, and schedules or further information, apply to '
Gents ,, r_ FERN: :: .'" R. W. SOUTHWICH, Agent,
Furnishing Goods, : : .d.. l TDINA.: : .
At great bargains, at ,. i,r/ FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. '
'd. C. H. MALLORY & CO., '

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11rak'I; __. THE. .: r .OItibi :MIRROR : MARCH G, '.1886... : ".', r f", ,

$;r.d *.$ Lake Bt t ter. : .. ... ....._.... ;
: ar GENERAL DIRECTORY., Sheriffr-G:: : .Epperson, I MADISON COUNTY. LEGAL .ADVERTISEMENTS.. ;:; : ;::.,=
l Collector Revenue Qlf (l)
h<< fojf -Bunberry Haynes, Countydudge-R. M. Witherspoon :Madi- -
r( s 1i United States Officers: Starke. .- A ......k--- as.......< ,..*.<..< son. ", .Qc-o--Q-, p S 8. M ,- ..
f Superintendent of Schools J. L. Hill, Lake "* '" -j
fi5b1 LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. 'Sheri-S. A'.Tarcamore'liadison.ClerkJohn'M ;:;
Butler; THE 29TH DAY OF ,MARCH, A_ ,
j z!iJ4 ff'' mo1. Register -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. .-BREVAfcD COUNTY. Superintendent of Beggs'Madison Schools-Samuel.J. Perry, ON. 1886, I will offer for sale to the highest ..:..!.).6 oQ.::::-.O-m"" .Q
r. ; ; Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville.SurveyorGeneral '" U)
t. rr..t County? Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison. -. bidder at my office in Fernandina, for "g.g:3:
(! -J. F. McClellan. "PoihC County,Treasurer-S. S... Smith Madison. 'the benefit of all concerned' the property 'r""... = () ::: 1C
;.it kt.*3 STRICT COUBT. Clerk-A. A Stewart;,Titusville. Collector of Revenue B. V. Wadsw'orth, specified and'onveyed to me. in trust, by (1)0:01")0'-' : : : ,
.. tJt; : Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.JfarshalJ. Sheriff M. E. English, Titusville. :Madison. deed of conveyance dated the 11th day of a=-oR e y.;M:.
}ii1 1 H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed, Titusville.. MANATEE COUNTY. April, A. D. 1884, executed by the Florida .,... _-.-S =-;:.;:
Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John. H. Laws, Town Improvement Company and recordedin "'- Q
CZer Walter oo--u0
-Philip ,
t 5 ;Ii .
f.t }t City Point. -'- v County JudffcJobn'G.. 'Vebb',\Imatee. office of the Clerk'' of the Circuit Court : ::: ::: o.7r.Ui' :::
ff?! J If .nn'ERxAL EEVEXUE.Collector CALHOUN.County'JudgeWilliam f Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee., Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and] '. g.. ..I
f'w. 1" -S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.. for Nassau County, in 'record book. ".U," :::0 e" .M....0 UJ :::.
; COLLECTORS OF*CUSTOMS. Clark: Collector' of:.'Revenue-Henry E. Carlton, pages 95 arid 96, the said property; haying c.. .
ii+tr 1(1' John W. Howell Fernandina. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fo been taken into possession by m f.f Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. SJieriff Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent" of Schools-Felix J. Seward,, offered for sale in pursuance of the provis- .1"--": ;; '; a
j 1iIt T'easurn'-J. P. Richards. ; Pine Level. ions of said o; l..lQUJ
> i deed. Terms cash, or payablein Z 8-
John F. House Augustine.
: : :
yy? 1tlt Revenue Joel P. Atkins.
Collector of -
MARION COUNTY. bonds of the company as directed in the :::: -cr
'.!1 ;I>. Superintendent of'Schools-W. G. Coxwell.' trust deed. SAM'L. A. SWANK E.Q :; 14UJQoC"1

: \ State Officers. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. Trustee., "' ,... .:.:.I. c':.:...:. !C,
CLAY COID"TY.CQunty Clerk Robert Bullock Ocala. 0" '" ::: to'")
I Fernandina Fla. 26th 1886. '< ci CJ;< ;;".....
; February :::
M.f.fJ"J., EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Judge-J. T. Copeland heritf-E. T. Williams. Ocala. I":) QUJ-_ g
-. ;"''J t Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Revenue ,V. P. Trantham, 30 .*2.: t:
4Jj !,-J i GtJernor-Ed A. Perry, Notice to ',.....
rf.i. : Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. TaxPayers.Notice -
: ,s Lieutenant-Governor Milton II. Mabry, I":) ty.t4
.... ;,( Sheriff: James W.. De'Vitt" Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. 1.. .Payne, is hereby given to the TaxPayersof ...o 'Q

.: of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs., -. "- ., Fort McCoy. the City :of Fernandina that I am now Orp00; ;
r t.g ::r..: lahassee. Collector of Ret'enue'v. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. ready,to receive the taxes assessed for mu- ::...g........
I E," # J W. D. .Barnes Tallahassee. Superintendent of- Schools-Geo. W. Hall, nicipal purposes, for the year 1885, at thelfayor's .O "<..-:0.: : 1-4....
i Comptroller- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. : :
(oc+ Q
.. Oh
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McRae. office Third street. .
!:t Treasurer-E. S. Crill. Clerk-Peter T.. Knight Key West. -..... <: -- -,...
C. J. WESTBERG ::: -
.t"I' g;.: Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaas- Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key'West. -. 0:: .0, ::: U2 0
",,'._ ... County Julgc-'V. 31. Ives, Jr., Lake City. City Tax-Collector. OO
\- ; ; i see. Collector of llf2.'enue.Mason:: S. Moreno, -. :== >-
.r1.;( 1)): jf Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. Fernandina, FIa., Jan. 28,1886. (; ;g Z

:b'.i .( : Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff G. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,.Key -- oa g z
a r ti Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne,.Lake City. West. Notice to Contractors. ., Q'"f.... OGCott.

j ss.r.. .,.fl .ddutant-General-DavId; Lang. Superintendent of Schools \r.A.': Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. Proposals will be received by the under- .Q:,:I .-"-5o.I"..:.) 0
;f"' ;, SUPREME COURT. Lake City. signed until Wednesday evening, at 6 o., ..... t:::!
,""""" ky&'li DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- o'clock, February 3d, for grading Broome =-Qtj;:
;lj! *; j| Chief Justice Geo. G. McWhorter. dina. street across the marsh between Seventh .... =
'v1 5f'5 i.$ Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- County Clerk-T.Judge-Allen. Faulkner.E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.SheriffJohn' and Eighth streets. Specifications can be _;P Z-:03.-40yk' : .......UJ.OO"1og .... m
k hassee. A. Ellermann, Fernandina. obtained on application.
-I : Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Win. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- JAMES McGIFFIN,
; : Jacksonville.Clerk Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. Chairman 'O.- tj m
-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee.CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Street Committee. O 1 l, .=+ -'z
feKPS Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer- Fernandina, Fla., Jan. 28,1886.Notice. .

+ ;:: ; First Circuit,-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, .

...J.$ sacola. sonville. Evergreen. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
'. ; Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County 7)ca.mrteGustav Stark, Fernan- TO Notice is hereby given that I have been

!*.v"-% Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. appointed Administrator of all and singularthe ,.. i' ,
l't" > It r'(.. Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. goods, chattels, rights and credits of ,.

Fs'i; rt.. ;*i Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. JOHN C. SNOWBALL, deceased, and all
: : ville. Collector of RetenueIoses .7. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. > creditors of said estate, legatees, and persons I""-'
P: 'IS .1 Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- entitled to distribution are notified to present ,
ville. '. Superintendent of Schools William H. Bab- lando. ; their claims andj demands, duly at- <
|i'J1t-!:} V t |j ji.N. Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, tested, within two years from this date, and I ,... 'I.'. I J't.; .
|s rllr'rV. Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. ESCAMBIA. Orlando. that the same will be barred unless exhibited -

; i Sutveyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando. within said period aforesaid.C. i
Judge-Walter Tate.
.. Calendar County T'easllrer-C. W. Jacobs Wilcox. A. SNOWBALL.
\ Court ,
; Clerk-F, E. de la Rua. Administrator
estate of John C.
.- *,.* Vv.iv>? ;,j FIRST CIRCUIT. Sheriff Joseph Wilkins. POLK. deceased. .,c3J
-: : Fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. .\ I:
Hart's Road Fla.
December .
29th 1885. .
hlvT. ;! %urr41 Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. Collector of Rl'Venuc-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. dec29 6w .' ";; '..,'
J'!: t. Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff -W. H. Jonson. .,.' .',

,j(,; o. .J Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F.rF. Beville. In Justice's ,l' .
h't : ;M in October. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. Court. .
;" ;.
i Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. GEO. S. WILSON, Agent, ) Claim, $58.00. -,,';;. .::':
In October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. versus [ Bond, $116.00.W. :
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. F. ANSLEY AND WIFE.J Attachment. ./
li- .. ISf'KMtf.3'A' October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT ;;:; .t;
t 4,;:; :\ it Escambia, 1st Monday in'December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. YOU writ of attachment has been issued '

t:. :i,';' This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. against you and your property attached, to : ;

(t: :,P ..t.?" 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Rezenue-Joseph Price. ", satisfy.the demand of Geo.S.Wilson Agent, ', -

., ?; il: Spring Term. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, amounting to $58.00. Now, unless you shall

t r+ 4. k THIRD CIRCUIT. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka. appear before W. S, Livingston, a Justice of
':ti. }. Spring Term- ;' TAYLOR COUNTY.
Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. the peace in and for Nassau County, on
t 3 ,; '. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. March 1st, A. D. 1886 being the appearance

.. I. .t. ,. April.Madison. Collector of Revenue-R. Morgan.. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. day for said month,judgment will be rendered -
,. .:; 1..1 2d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun,'Perry. against you, and your property soldto
f. flJf.;; Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, pay the debt. THE FLORIDA
{t/.41x; Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry. GEO. S. WILSON, Agent,

;:;i h"' in April. .,.. -' County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper.. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Plaintiff. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
ifo/l1/ !!: "; 4 '. Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Fernandina, Fla., January 29,1885. 2m TOWN

11 April. Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
:tJ ;..jt.: Lafayette, 6th-Tuesday after 4th Monday -
Collector Revenue John H.: Lee.
SANTA ROSA. Fernandina
In the Circuit Court, ,
t. in April.
.: I.'i'fi'i ? Superintendent of Schools-J.- N. Reid,
i4 ,4( ,' FaU Term- County Judge-John Chain. ;FOURTH:JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU i
.,s. t :I Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. COUNTY, FLORIDA. Towns on R. R. Line
\}..\0 '"1',;.: .'.., October. Treasurer Robert Robinson.
\;:; Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams. And Cedar Key.

; ;; Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. I Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. GEORGE W. BIER, In
pv'': : Suwannee 1st after 4th-Monday i Sheriff-J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. t'S. } Chancery
.. BJJ( : Monday JOHN'S COUNTY. BAER.J Order Divorce -
> Retenue-Jno.E. Lecanto. >
E'1'' J- r in October.
;,;;; ;'; ,,)::';I Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-. M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- It appearing from the affidavit of GeorgeH. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

'J.: .j! ,f.,, October. xille. tine.Clerk=Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Baer, the complainant in the above suit
w;.... '. 't .:.:! 1. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday,after 4th Monday : Superintendent of Schools-W. C.' Zimmerman 'Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine that defendant, Mary Ann Baer, is absent number of the most eligible and desirable

r '.. ,': (. in October. Floral City. Collector of.Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, from said State, and resides in the Districtof I

1j;* h.l ,. ...:;;J FOURTH CIRCUITSpring HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. Columbia I J..ots1. suitable for Business Purposes, or for
\J. : ,:t d Term- County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, Now, therefore, it is ordered that said defendant -
.: St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Mary Ann Baer, appear and Suburban Residences
Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. City or ,
< ,, Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. P. Martin COUNTY. answer or demur to complainant's said bill
Sheriff-J. Tampa. SUMTER
fJ1,f41 Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. of complaint, filed in said Court in the
in Collector of Revenue-'V.JI Martin.. County Judge-J.. R. Steele, Leesburg, UPON EASY TERMS.
: .i Baker 2d Tuesday April. county of Nassau, on or before the first
IP Clerk-C. M. Knott Sumterville.
Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. ,
: Monday in February, being the first day of
:,;/. -< Duval, 1st Tuesday in :May County Judge-A.:H. Brownell.. Sheriff-J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. said month, 1866, and that this order be Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
Collector Revenue I. N. Withers Lees-
.i If' .. itf; FaU Term- Clerk-1. H. Pitman of published in'the Florida Mirror a newspa-
a.;'l 4 ,.: ;-"'''y St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. burg. published in said city of Fernandina, parties engaged in manufacturing indus-
\ :..d.: :: ;. Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Superintendent oj Schools-C. F. Venable, county of Nassau, for four consecutive
.t. j. I: Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. Sumterville. weeks. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
I"f--!'. :'1 Baker;2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. Witness Hon. James M. Baker, Judge of
t' { '); Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge M.: W. Phillips, Live Oak. said Court and the seal thereof, this 31st erty purchased substantial improvements

: Duval,. 1st Tuesday. in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live ,Oak. day of December, A. D. 1885.
:: FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak.Collector JOHN A. EDWARDS, for residence, or in which to conduct their
1"I") ; { /"I Spring Term Clerk-Frank Philips. of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Co., Fla.

r ;\ Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. Fernandina, Fla., January 2, 1886. business.
., Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James- E. Hearn. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell,
; & Revenue-John B. Anderson.
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in of Welborn. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
1''HI'1 Schools Samuel J. Erwin.
March. Superintendent of VOLUSI.COUNTY..

!:' i: '' Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- by exemption for a term of years from

; !fr March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. ,
":Jj tI t'ij, Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H.;'J.::Faulkner; Enterprise. taxation, offered by the several cities and

H::, .tIt;.. f in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke,'Enterprise. i
r r .":., FaU Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector-of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. The Best Newspaper in America, towns. Apply to

.,:.tt .;,;$! Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New and by far the Most Readable. CHAS. W. LEWIS,
tr, t._ # Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Trcasurcrr \V. M. Girardeau, Mon ] Smyrna. Fernandina.
b:'x Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. wanted
j 1j ticello.Collector. WAKULLA COUNTY. Agents everywhere to earn stairs
POffice, Duryee building ( )
4 <.. 'i Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. of Revenue-J. H. Tucker Mon- in up
K ,
; : Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-R. S. Smith. money distributing the Sun's Pre- corner Centre and First streets.
t rt: ticello. Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville.
; in November. Sheriff miums.
!J. j-f(1" LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

f.i{",,,.\. : Spring TermOrange -SEVENTH- CIRCUIT. County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, The most interesting and advanta-

} ; 4th Monday January. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. geous offers ever made by any News-
,,: Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw- f
', }l "i; Brevard 1st :Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville.' paper. ,: .: ':: ; '., ..'I ;$:.:

1\";qt 1 Fall Dade Term-, 3d Monday in April. County. Treasurer A. .L._ Morgan, New fordville.Collector of. Rezenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- No Subscriber for all.ignored or neglected. :. ':< ;'j. :;:;;r:;: .

Something .
mtXx 2d in WALTON. -......
'" Orange, Monday August. Troy. ,.
J*l ,,,i 3! ;Sf : Volusia 2d Monday in September. Collector of Reenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. Beautiful Substantial Premiums in "p'I't;'Ii1< J. (" : ;
Brevard.4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C..Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Standard Gold and other Watches,Valuable '
:; :
t Dade, 2d Monday in November. John McSween. Books the Best ;
I' :: LEON COUNTY. Sheriff Family Sewing Machine .,I.. ',",r ': "
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Treasurer James E. Bowers. '
known to the trade and
"'" M..West Tallahassee. unequaled list ,'
a County Judge-E. ::, ;. -ri.;
Collector Re'entle-'V McLeod. 'r-r' -
: Officers. of :
! County of objects of real and instruction. i' ,
t. : Sheriff-J A. Pearce Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C.>Gunn. utility ,.. .' '
f 'J. ,Jm. ALACHUA. I Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee .
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I I' ',t County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, I "WASHINGTON. Rates by Mail Postpaid: -

": *\> eo ,:., ville. Tallahassee. County Judffc-Wm. B. Jones. DAILY, per Year(without Sunday) $6 00 i" .-
,} or J Clerk-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.I DAILY
Clerk per MonthwithoutSunday( ) < ,
D. D. Melvin. ii :
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\ 'A a '. Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Rcte1tlU-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff S. W. Davis. SUNDAY, per Year I 100 ,,. ...- ..'v'i\\:" : y ,
J >; "J". ,
; Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. FOR EVERY f ""c, !'--.J"j -' "
, Miller. DAY IN THE YEAR 7. 00 .
r.; Mi2S\ / .. Treasurer-Thomas J. ,:.:: ,w'ifL -1'-, -,
4f{i! : ville. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-Jolm Roche. WEEKLY, per Year I 00 ?
h,1r Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco Bronson. : :
f f : Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. Address, THE SUN, New York City. f7;. 1'r s.v
,; r Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. .
" w J..t': ,BAKER COUNTY. Collector of >RetenueV. H. Anderson, ., .
f 1 County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. COTTAGE JAMES McGIFFIN, ". fl.=
't 1, a : Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. Superintendent of"Schools=J S-P DePass, LUCY t.

'7 ii I S"n-iff-J.. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. "4 Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, "CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER v ; ;';
San-'lerson.' I LIBERTY. "- \J .., : ; ,f' :w f ::/
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County Judge-"R. F. Hosford. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. Alachua Street, between Second and Third.
i : ,y,.f.f / Superintendent of Slc/iook-Wra. Lessene, Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge.. I ,'< I ,c :' ,- ,:i' r., .
it'l f\'! Sanderson. Sheriff-D. G. Harrell. Offers is rooms.well furnished,with FERNANDINA, FLA. _
t..Y 1 BRADFORD COUNTY. Treasurer-J. E. r berts. or without b, ard. Table Boarders will beaccommodated" NOTE-HEADS, LET-
; f! + County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. I I Collector of Retenue-L. G.'Wilder. '; also transient. Orders and estimates from a distancecare- BILL-HEADS.: etc., neatly printedat

{ a Clerk-Henry F.York, Lake_ Butler. Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. Gregory. 2 : O. THOMPSON. fully attended to. 25-t the MIEROK office.

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The Contents of Two Boxes. .:L1A := E'S I I ABLISIIED 1875. Savannah,Florida&Western R'y. Ar.'Interlachen............ 1.22am 7.12pm

"Do you use two boxes because you usea 1 ,Ar. J,T & K.W June.... .7.40 a m 5.10pm
great deal of snuff asked a gentlemanwith J 1* # '" # *L WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 4.55 p m

an inquiring mind of 'a shabbygenteel DRUGS and MEDICINES ; Jacksonville, .......... 1.22pm 7.12pm

man who had just taken his scat at a JEWELRY STORE All trains of,this road are run by Central .TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .

table in a down-town beer salon and was ,((90th) ,Meridian time, which is 33.minutes Ocala _.. .
slower than Jacksonville Leesburg .......... Fast Mail
surreptitiously looking at a couple of I* *i HORSEY & CO. time. For Pemberton's Ferry...........}\

boxes that were like receptacles for snuff and after For Astor................... ............ 11.45 a m
"I carry two boxes," was the reply, "butI Offers for the approaching Holidays a,"fine ,I ON Trains Sunday will,leave May and 3d, 1885, For Palatka.............. ) Ex. Sun. ..............

use no snuff at all, for I abhor tobaccoin assortment of Solid and Rolled follows arriveas For Jacksonville..:....}} ............ ......_......

every form. On of these boxes contains i =1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1= :NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. For St. Augustine..... 3.00am 2.05 p m

and the other salt. You see I vmL.R.yo TRAINS ARRIVE AT
pepper trm : GAINESVILLE.
Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a m
can get a free lunch in many places, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............ Fast Mail

but pepper and salt, unless you go Ladies and Gentlemen's Street.FERNANDINAFLORID, Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............}[ ..............
to the lunch-counter for them, which, Arrive at Waycross daily at.l0:00 a m From Ocala................ ............ 3.05pm

when you are not drinking, is apt to at- Arrive at Thomasville daily! at..... 1:30 p m From palatka.........../) 'Ex. Sun. ......?......
tract inconvenient observation, are not so Gold Silver Watches, Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......_' 3:30 p m From Jacksonville....} ......_...... ......_...;..
easily procured; and most of the free Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m From St.Augustine... 9.30pm 12.45pm
lunches now served are shockingly badly CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS, KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-' Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.

seasoned. Just watch me, now." of FRESH and PURE FOR- Arrive at :Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta-

He had taken his seat before a glass thata Silver Ware in Large Variety, EIGN and DOMESTIC Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m tula etc.:

departing customer had just emptied, Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg.........................10.30 a m
and in another moment the waiter had Drugs; and Chemicals, cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for.Pensa- Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45 pm
put a plate of soup in front of him, and jt2r SPECTACLES.' cola Mobile, New Orleans Texas, all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield onlyafternoon -
and Patent Medicines 'Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- trip :
at the glass. Homoeopathic
looked questioningly empty ,
He said: "Hold on a second until 'my REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT wick take this train, arriving 'at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 p m
B. & W. R. R.
at 7.40
back "and the waiter REASONABLE RATES. Proprietary and Fancy Goods p.
friend comes come as Pullman ,Buffet Sleeping Cars on this

departed: "As he I expected.tasted the" Then soup he, and seasonedit muttered No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style FINE TOILET ARTICLES, and train New, Savannah Orleans. to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .

with pepper and salt, and spooned it Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa &
into his capacious mouth.-New York %3f Call and examine my stock. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. Key West Railway and fast river steamers

Star. ,,_ Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- for St. Augustine Green Cove Spring,'Jack-
wMzA.xE, IN GREAT VARIETY. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST sonville and all points North East and
How*... j Measure Land ii Jersey.In West, and with up-river steamers for South

a disputed land case now being triedin Centre Street. /S5 Physicians' Prescriptions MAIL. Florida; also with the new twin-screw iron

Camden, a surveyor named Philander Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship
Brown, whose services were much in de- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 in "City of Monticello,' for Charleston, New

mand in that locality, was asked the reasonable :prices. Leave Chattahoochee at...............12:00 m York Boston, Philadelphia etc.

question, how much land the plaintiff ', Leave Thomasville at...........:...... 2:10 p m Mail trains make close connection both ,

received in excess of what he was legally NEW GOODSIN : RAILROADS Leaye.Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West i
to to which the witness Arrive at Waycross daily at......... 5:05 p m Railway,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast '
entitled re-" Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m Line-Fast Mail.
sponded: "Five rows of blackberries. Florida Railway & Navigation Co. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m At Wait's Crossing with Florida Railway
Court, jury and counsel enjoyed the sarcasm THE- Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:53 a m & Navigation Co., for Waldo. '

on the accuracy of land measure- Arrive Washington,'J!.C., daily..1 :45 p m At Gainesville with Savannah, Florida & y;

ment which the answer contained. THE KEY LINE, Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savannas -
Judge Parker asked next what "a row of Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, New Orleans, and all points North

blackberries was equivalent to in inches," CITY- ART )J CENTRAL ((90TH MERIDIAN)TIME. Savannah to New York without change.EAST East and West; and with Florida Railway

to which .air. Brown returned, "Seven FLORIDA EXPRESS. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key
It SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 22, 1886. Pensacola New Orleans and Tampa. "
feet in Jersey, always. was testifiedto -- Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m At Ocala with Florida
Railway & Navi-
that the land had been surveyed witha
Arrive at Jacksonville at...... 8:55
Western and Scuthwestern Fast Line. daily a m
gation Company, and hacks for Silver
chain one of the links of which had "a" means A. M. time.Up" means P. M. time. i Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35p m Spring. '

been lengthened several inches.-Phila- Leave Gainesville daily at............ 6.00 p m At with the St.
Leesburg, John's & Lake
delphia Call. Read down. Read up. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.55 p m Eustis Division of the
Florida Southern
8.00 a 'd Lv Jacksonville..w..Ar H 7.30 p Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00
8.45 a g Lv Baldwin..... ........Ar go 6.46 p pm Railway and boats on Lake Harris for '
How Little Plates Slide Down Hill. 10.10 a"" Lv Lake City-...........Ar rn 5.15 p Arrive Waycross daily at..........10:55 p m points on lake.
Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55
White children can not possibly enjoy 10.57 a og Lv Live Oak..Ar gg 4.27 p a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
11.53 a So Lv 1\Iadison..Ar gg.; : 3.27 p Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m
down hill their nice little sleds his large and extensive for Brooksvilla Tuckertown
sliding on now opened 12.15 pst3:: Lv Monticello.............Ar Mg 1.50 p Arrive at Albany daily at..10:30 Fort Dade
better than do the Piutes on a stock of Foreign and Domestic a m Tampa, and South :Florida. ,
any young 2 lip g ti Lv Tallahassee..Ar g : 1.05 p 1
Arrive at Brunswick at........ 8:00
bit of plank or barrel stave. This last 3.12 p.s-s: Lv Quincy....... .........Ar P.C11.59 a daily a m. 0. W. BROMWELL,
4.00 "SoAr River Junction..Lv: p o 11.10 a Arrive at :Macon daily at............... 8:50 a m General
p Pass Agent.
method they consider chief of all and the 4.55: p C+:5: Ar Marianna........'......Lv :::o* 10.49 a Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m SHERMAN CONANT
true circus of the business. A good DRY GOODSAND 7.00 p 3.a Ar DeFuniak Springs.Xv g 8.40 a Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20: a m General ;
smooth oak stave is just the thing. Witha 10.35 p 'g a Ar Pensacola..........:.Lv "- 5.05 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 m Manager.
short bit of hitched to the 3.10 a .at::: Ar Mobile.................Lv 12.20 a p
baling rope 8.15 a C)* Ar New Orleans..Lv 7.00p Arrive at Washington daily..10:30 a m
forward end they stand with one foot on 6.50 a m a Ar 1\Iontgomery..Lv OTo g1: 8.40 p Arrive at New York daily at........, 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide.

the rear portion of the stave, with the 7.25 p :2 8 Ar Nashville............Lv CrA 6.55 a Pullman Buffet and. Sleeping Cars via
other leg sticking straight out behind or FAMILY GROCERIES 1.40 a ".c:: Ar Evansville..Lv 5: S1.00 a
8.00 a -g y Ar St.Louis..........._...Lv ;3:; 7.15 p WaycrosSj and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading
aside, and away they scoot with a wild 2.20 a .c:: a Ar Louisville............_Lv S!Z 1.00 a Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of infor-
yell of joy down the steepest places they -CONSISTING IN PART OF- 6.35 a ; e: Ar Cincinnati...........Lv 8.45 p Connections at Atlanta with Western and mation to the traveling public. To be relia-
can find. Of course they get many a I 9.45' ag Ar Indianapolis .........Lv o 3.50 P Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and ble, it should be correct. The managers of
French and Cashmeres :Merinos 10.55 a fc Ar Chicago...............Lv 7 3.45 p Railroads for all West and
tumble,and their dusky companions stand English Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Georgia points the different railroad and steamer lines will
ready to shout derisively at their discomfiture Alpacas, Delaines, Satines, Lusters, Prints, Baggage checked through. Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts- make it so
or approvingly at their success.- Seersuckers a choice lot of Family Blan- Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- by notifying us of changes made in the run-

Virginia City (Nev.) Enterprise. kets, Flannels of all colors (Red, Blue, Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line, ville to Louisville via Thomasville. ning time, when they will be promptly cor j
White, Brown, Olive Opera, etc.,) North and East. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville rected.]
Railroad from Africa's Interior.' Irish Linens, Towels, Napkins. and Nashville Railroad for' New --

Science calls attention to the first well- Doileys Table Linens and Covers FERNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE BRANCH. Orleans and Texas points and the West and TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
developed plan for the construction of a of beautiful design and (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Northwest. At Savannah with Central i
finish, Irish and Hamburg 7.20 a 2.50 p Lv Fernandina.....Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p Railroad of Georgia for all points West and Day Passenger Train leaves-
the interior of Africa
railway connecting Edgings, Embroideries, 8.45 a 4.35 p Ar Jacksonville_...Lv 9.45 a 5.10 p Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and
with the Atlantic ocean. On Dec. 23, Laces and Shawls, (SUNDAYS ONLY.) for all points North, with steamships' all points on Transit Road........10.00 a.m.

1885, an agreement was made at Brussels 7.00 a 3.30 p Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p for New York, Boston and Baltimore. At Savannah and all points North

between the independent state of Congo 8.2Ga 4.56 p Ar Jacksonville..Lv 9.10 a 5.30 p Charleston with steamships for New York and West................................10.00a.m.
and delegates from the Congo Railway n READY-MADE CLOTHING I Philadelphia and Baltimore, (connecting at Callahan.)
of Manchester ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS For Tallahassee Pensacola and all
company, England, granting Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail ,
to this company the right to constructa between Jacksonville and Orlando and Jack- and Steamship connections, and Baggage' points on the Florida Central &

railway to connect the upper and lower Broche"e (plaid and all- sonville and New Orleans. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths Western Railroad...................10.00 a.m.

Congo. The capital will be $3,000,000, and Wool), Broadcloths, Doe- CONNECTIONS : and sections secured at Company's office in (connecting at Baldwin.)

subscriptions will be immediately openedin skins, Satinet Jeans. Cotton At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot Day Passenger Train arrives t
Palatka and all landings at St. Catherine with
the capitals of the four states which Flannels, White Goods, Shirt- :Florida Southern Railway; for Pemberton Ferry, Ticket Office, and on board People's From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and '

signed the general act of the Congo conference ings, Sheetings, Gents' Furnishing Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa;at Leesburg Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m

at Berlin Exchr...ge. Goods, Hats Caps, Umbrellas, Boys with steamers for landings on Lakes IIarris, and JENNIE LANE. From Savannah and all points in I'
and Gents' Suits of latest style and fin- Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55 p.m.
1 Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Or-
Did Like Tennyson: After All. ish,Trunks,Valises, Satchels, Ladies and lando with South Florida Railroad for all pointson General Passenger Agent.R. From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
Gents' Shoes Gaiters Ladies andChildren's with Gulf Steamboat G. FLEMING, Superintendent. all points on the Florida Central
Literary young lady (to her father- Hosiery, their line; at Cedar Key
Paw, I think's it's awful strange that youon't Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear Company for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon & Western Railroad..............._ 3.55p.m.Night I
Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc.
like Tennyson when everybody dotes: Florida Southern Railway Co. Passenger Train leaves-
him. For Wildwood........ .................. 5.00p.m. ,
For Savannah and all

Father (with. a look of surprise-I) de Tourists by this Route can reach nearly every important ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING' and West...............pointsNorth.................. 5.00 p.m. i
like him. point in Florida, which can be
(connecting at Callahan.)
said of no other Line.
Young Lady-I am so glad, for I SOUTH.
The most direct route to all points North, East Night Passenger Train amves-
thought that you disliked his writ- and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most Accom. Fast Mail. From Cedar and ".
Key Wildwood
ings. Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. .
Mattings Bugs Oil-Cloths etc. all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a. m.
Jacksonville via
Father-Oh, his writings; well, I Read down. Read up. ,
haven't use for his writings but Ihaven't i 9.00 p ......... Lv New York...._Ar ......... 8.00 a J. T. & K.W. R'y.................. 7.45am From Savannah and all points in
any the North and West................. 9.45
Also nice line of Crockery, Queen's and 12.20 p ......... Lv Philadelphia ......... 4.40 a Lv. St. Augustine via a.m.
anything personally against the a 4.10 p ......... Lv Baltimore.........Ar ......... 1.30 a St. John's Railway................. 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
China Ware Goblets Tumblers Bowls
old man.-Arkansaw Traveler.A 6.00 a ......... Lv Washington..Ar ........11.56 p all points on Florida Central: &
Ewers, Basins, Butter Dishes, etc. 10.49 a ......... Lv Richmond........Ar......... 6.55 p Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p m 9.45 a m
Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m.
Farm Laborer's Wages in France.In 3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston.. ..Ar ......... 1.53 a Ar.Interlachen........... 6.30pm 10.50am
8.47 p ......... Lv CincinnatL..Ar ......... 6.50 a Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
France the average amount of wages A NICE LINE OF FURNITURE, 3.30 p ......... Lv Atlanta..Ar ........10.45 a Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 12.00 n'n Train leaves
received by a farm laborer in 1885 was $45 7.01 ......... Lv Savannah.......Ar 1.25 8.45 pm daily, except SundayFor .
a in addition to board and if to this 10.20 p a 4.15 Lv lernandina..Ar 10.00 p a 3.55 p Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 p m 12.20 p.m Jacksonville......................... 7.20 a. m..
year, p p
be Furniture, Chairs ,Tables, Spring 11.50 a 6.10 p Ar Callahan.Ar 7.30 a 2.21 a Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 pm For Jacksonville ........................ 2.50 p.m.
added the value of the food consumedby Beds, Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, Ar. Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p m Train arrives daily, except Sunclay-
Lv Jacksonville...AT 6.15 2.35
the laborer, calculated at 10 cents a and a great variety not mentioned here. 12.20 p 8.30 p a p Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 m ... ..
1.15 p 9.20 p Ar Baldwin......._.Lv 5.20 a 1.45 a p From Jacksonville.... ....... ......11.00 a. m.
day, it appears that the maintenance of a I Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville....................... 6.36p.m.
farm laborer in France costs his employeron All the above was purchased by the Pro- 2.36 1.40 p p 10.42 9.35 p p Ar Lv Lawtey.Baldwn..Ar............Lv 3.46 5.05 a a 12.18 1.19p p Ar. Leesburg............... '7.00 a m 3.55 p m Sunday only-

an average about $81.50 per annum.- prietor while recently in New York, at the 2.55 a 11.07 p Ar Starke.-............Lv 3.10 a 11.56 p Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm From Jacksonville .....................10.36a.m.
Brooklyn Eagle. VERY LOWEST FIGURES and will be 3.25 a 11.45 p Ar Waldo!.............Lv 2.30 a 11.08 a Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 pm From Jacksonville..................... 6.56 p.m_
sold at a small living profit FOR, CASH. 4.25 a......... Ar Gainesville.....Lv ........10.05 a For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m..
5.16 fe Ar Archer...........Lv J 9.11 a Lv. Leesburg St.Johns
They Live a Great Way Off. Having been established in East Florida p For Jacksonville ........................
5.49 p V ArBronson........._Lv g? 8.36 a & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00pm
since 1853 and in this since 1861 I
That the stars are suns like our own, in city hope 7.50 a Ar Cedar Key..Lv 6.40 a Ar. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.45pm MALLORY LINE.
many cases surpassing in grandeur, ii and expect to receive a large share of the 4.15 p 12.48 a Ar Hawthorne..Lv 1.35 a 10.20 a Lv. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.55pm For New York direct, Wednesdayand
.. .. ... 8.47 every
public patronage,and will endeavor to make 5.53 p ....... Ar Silver Spring..Lv p
certain. We can measure in some cases 6.15 p 2.40 a Ar Ocala...;..........Lv 11.15 p 8.34 a Ar. Altoona............... ............ 5.30pm Saturday evening.
their distance and size, and the results are 7.28 p 4.25 a A Wildwood.......l.Lv 9.34 p 7.26 a Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45 pin From New York direct every: Tuesdayand
stupendous beyond description, the near- --*-THE CITY MART 9.05 p ......... Ar PanasoSkee......Lv '......... 6.40 a Lv. Fort Mason...........10.00 a m 5.00 p m Friday eveing, at 3.00 p.m.
est being some 20,000,000,000,000 miles dis i 11.10 p ......... Ar Withlacoochce-Lv ......... 5.30 a Ar. Eustis....................10.10 a m 5.10 p m
7.57 5.07 Ar Leesburg........._Lv 8.55 6.55 a CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
tant.-Dr. Ball's "Story of the Heavens." in the future, as in the past, one of the most 8.25 p p 5.45 a p Ar Tavares...........Lv 8.25 p p 6.30 a Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 p m Palatka
i popular Stores in the city. 10.00 p 8.15 a Ar Orlando..Lv 10.30 a....... Ar.Lane Park.............11.00 a m 5.45 p m For Jacksonville and by City of

Advocate or the Dietary Cure. I offer my best thanks for past favors. .....,...._ 1.4Q" p LIMITED Ar Tampa EXPRESS..............Lv ......... 6.00 p GOING NORTH. and Palatka Thursday.or City Monticello From Charleston, every same Monday days.

Mr. Abednego Rhubarb (an advocate of M. DOWNEY. 8.30 a......... Lv ..Jacksonville..Ar ......... 4.23 p Daily. Fast Mail.. For Charleston, by same steamers, every
the dietary cure). I tole yo', Negly, dar 8.53 a ......... Lv ...White IIouse..Ar......... 3.58 p Daily.Lv. Sunday and Wednesday. From Palatka and
am none ob yo' medicine drugs dat.kin Fernandina, Nov. 14,1885.R. 9.10 a......... Ar Baldwin-.........Lv ......... 3.38 p Astor .................... ............ 7.30am Jacksonville same days.CUIBEP.LAND.
ekal food Jacksonville Wednes- Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m
'telligently selected. Why Steamer express leaves ROUTE.
look at de evil consekenses dat oilers ab-, days and Saturdays at 5.10p. m.,connecting with Lv. Altoona................ 8.50 a m
S. SCHUYLERARCHITECT, the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sail- Lv. Tavares................. 3.50 p m 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Bruns-
stinence from food fur any length of time, ing semi-weekly for New York direct. Lv. Eustis.................... 4.20 p m 9.15 a m wick daily at............................ 2.30 p.m.
an' den draw yo' own infe'nce-Harper's! _- SEA'ISLAND' ROUTE. (connecting at Brunswick withE.
Bazar. Ar. at Fort :Mason from T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand
Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and Lane Park................ 4.30 p m 9.20.a. m .
Savannah leaves Fernandina Mondays, Wednes-' Western points.)
Light Transformed into Electricity.By DESIGNS FOR BUILDING OF ALL days and Saturdays, upon arrival of evening Ar. at Fort Mason from Steamer Thos.Collyer,from Bruns-

the use of" gold-coated selenium with Plans, Details, Spe- trains arriving at Savannah the following morn- Astor....................... 9.40 a IU'Lv. wick daily at..........................12.15 p.m.ST. .

plates,Mr. C. E. Fritts accomplish cifications, and Superintendence. ing. Leave Savannah Sundays, Tuesdays and Fort Mason............ 9.50 a m .
expects Fernandina the following -
Thursdays, m., reaching
p. Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.35 a m
the Savannah
important object of converting a.m. Connections at with all Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-

the greater part of the energy of light WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE rail lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston I.v. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00am. For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday -

into electrical energy;, which may again i, Boston and Savannah, and at vessels Fernandina to and from with New trains York for and all "Ar. Leesburg" .............. 10.25 a m and Friday........................ 3.00p.m.

be transformed into light as l'eq ired.- Florida points. Ex.Sun. For St. Marys and Dungeness, on

Arkansaw Traveler. COMMISSION MERCHANT, BRUNSWICK AND INLAND: S. B. CO. Lv. Leesburg.............. 6.30 p m 10.45 a m Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m.
-AND- Connects at Fernandina daily from and to Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m 11.18 a m For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,

From a Society Point of View. Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. Ar. Ocala...................10.30 p m 12.25 p m Monday and Thursday............ 8.00 a.-m.
"The best Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber, Collyer, leaves at 2.00 p.m. Micanopy................ M." 4 i) am M."O- P 111 Steamer Martha arrives
dancers, "considered from a A. o. MACDONELL, Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 a m 2.35 p m From St. Marys and Crandall. on
the Americans point of view, says Marvig, "arc BY THE CARGO, General, Fla.Passenger: and Ticket Agent, 'Jacksonville Lv. Rochelle................ 3.50 a in 2.40 pm Monday and Thursday............. 7.00 a.m.
Russians. They dance'the D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Sup't. Ar. Gainesville......... 4.20 a m 3.05 p m From St. Marys and Dungeness,
waltz better than the people of any For Domestic, or Export Trade on Wednesday and Saturday.... 9.00 a.m
other nation. for Select Lv Gainesville......... 3.00 a m 2.05pm
French List of
and Italians how- send our
ever, FERNANDINA FLORIDA. ADVERTISERS Geo.. P.. Rowell & Co. Lv. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
posture better. Tuesday and Friday...;............. 2.00
'" : 10 Spruce Street, New Yerk. Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a m, 3.24 pmfIII" p.m


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1ai .. THE FLORIDA MIRROR: MARCH '6, '.1886. -. ., _, M,. .

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. A distinguished Visitor. by not haggling over the ordinance allowingthe -EGMONT" 'HOTEL,

II Amongst the names of distinguished visi- extension of,the railroad to Old Town ;

tors to our city during the past week we no- That if the contemplated improvementsassume FERNANDINA, FLA. Fresh Garden
,r I' $!.00 A YEAR; $J.OO FOR SIX MONTHS tice with pleasure that, of,Mr. Andrew Carnegie 1e a tangible form. and is of a magni- : Seeds,
er 5f
.. ; I the elder brother of:our excellent tude that she believes this port deserves, we l NOWOPEN --
'fr. "M Reflections. : : S CROP OF 'Sotfe
Y Y'tJ Ll t ; neighbor Mn. ThomaS'l\f. Carnegie, of Dun- may be grateful enough to continue this !

; f.H l1. Girofle-Girofla at Lyceum Hall to-night. geness. same. Council, inpower another season. UNDER ENT;RELY NEW ,MANAGEMENT."VfEWLY In papers or in bulk, at

',:!!ft': .) '' The Mallory steamship State of Texas arrived We understand this is the first visit'Mr. That she: heartily sympathizes with Old

lr: R ft': ,Ji1! at the dock at G o'clock this morning. Carnegie has paid' to his brother since the Town people'v'er the prospective J loss of PAINTED:\THOROUGHLY. Y FRED W. HOYT &: CO'S

1f r.\. r"' completion of the beautiful residence which that beautiful but wavering causeway." JL" renovated ; .magnificently furnished ; ,
\ iJi Mr. and :Mrs. L. P Dees, of Senec.Falls, sunlight in every room ;; Gas, Oral Anun-
now addsanother, charm to across the marsh
! ;; !:, .h. Y.. are stopping at the Mansion House., ; ciators, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Steam-
.- 'f.i"il. Island/ and is a fitting ornament to the That many memories cling around theobstructure heated and Fireplaces.
Ir.'Little and Mrs. Little, from Cants open
yt,' lJ Rev. ) historic .
glades and forests of Dungeness.Mr. :-memories always connected witha
t !. nda, arrived at the Mansion House on Wednesday. Andrew Carnegie's home is well and dark'night while scudding across with a UNSURPASSED :CUISINE, -, '_ 'i', >
; 'Ii1J
z.) 1'.J,\-.l.,,.> 1j1 favorablyknown not only throughout that full cargo-three sheets in the wind and a and complete comfort of guests assured.

: 1 : .. The Rev. Mr. Little, formerly of Quincy section of our country where the vast opera- pilot just gone over the bar; A. H. HASKINSManager.BnrldiH \ .

SB ;ru Fla. will preach in the Presbyterian Church tions of the firm of which he is the head, That many a traveler over that route on a Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran,

" on Sunday next. gives employment to thousands of honest dark night has felt constrained to get downon

:lib Secure your seats for the favorite Bijou laborers and skilled mechanics-from six his knees-and feel, for the edge of the Material.BRICK MIXED FEED, RICE FLOUR, ETC.

!( Opera Company, which appears at Lyceum thousand to seven thousand hands being walk, instead of trusting to his footsteps,

:;. 30: J Hall to-night. now employed in the mining, smelting, and which were of an uncertain sort;
:' Rev. Samuel Dubarrow and Rev William the other works preliminary to the conver- That we must bid the old thoroughfare*a
| of sion of the crude ore into Bessemer steel- farewell. Commerce,supercedes art,and our CEMENT SHINGLES
'j: l r1 {.il H. Jeffreys: of Philadelphia, were guests NAILS,
: the Mansion House recently. but also as associated with his brother in love for the beautiful. and ornamental is FRED W. HOYT & CO.

Jip: works of the largest benevolence designedfor seared by the more prosaic desire for commercial SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,
Cornelius1anderbilt's steam yacht
Mr. :
?|fi| the advancement and encouragement of progress. 'Farewell, old thoroughfare
Vidette called at this port Monday, en
' ;
> their employes-thus, in Scotland,the birth- !
t.*ti''Ii''J.; route for the St. Johns river.
; : place of the Messrs. Carnegie, and at Pitts- Thatshe don feel envious towards Jacksonville -
*$2>.''s kJ who carried to FRED W. HOYT & CO. Retailers
, Mrs. )f. C. Earrow, was burgh, the present scene of their great enter- now-not a bit. Wishes it well- Tobacco
: 'j ; the Chattahoochee asylum for the insane, been founded for the
"homes" have
prises, and that's more than they wish us; --
ffig&mw some weeks since, died atthat institution on solace and comfort of the aged while me- That she will even let them come over and CAN SAVE MONEY BY BUYING

;: Thursday of last week. chanics' institutes" "libraries," and kindred cool off here next summer-if they are good When Yon Paint, FROM US.

:r'_ 4 f't The Board Governors of the FernandinaBoard social-economical institutions attest and we can get the{Strathmore so that itwon't -- -
,. l'" of Trade have elected :Mr. J. W. their vigilance and anxiety -
i kindly thoughtful leak when it rains ; USE THE BEST PAINTS. THE WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE OR FOUR
..11',:;. .., j.J Woodward, Secretary of the Board, and Mr. for the advancement of the young. That sbe fears they won't keep cool "
;r.r 4",.".'!. ]..o,;. .t John Hedges, Treasurer. Amidst all these undertakings, we are also when they gaze at "our" stupendous H. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare
'rt, 1tmf; The steamship San Antonio, which left pleased to think Mr. Carnegie has found wharves and magnificent warehouses, with LORILLARD'S GOODS

;.1+'i..:t'rlt!: { New York Friday evening, arrived in portf1c' leisure to enter the literary domain ; in the the various lines" of steamers, an immense acknowledged to be of superior quality,

lad""Y:" Tuesday' morning, and landed her passengers columns of the Mirror-two years since-appeared lumber district and the several other minor and will cover much more than cheaperand DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS

ers in tir for the Jacksonville train. a notice, and some extracts, from a items that Jacksonville has so longcovetedthat ;

book giving a charming account of a is if they:do not come and too lighter brands. Sold only by WGET OUR QUOTATIONS.
r, ; The City of Palatka sneaked up to Centre gaze .
V-'I tour carried
"Coaching through England,
street dock during Sunday night, leaving ;
Pi'f before daylight. It is unnecessary to state out under the most delightful circumstancesand That she hasass, ; ,.' ml1ces'" that all these FRED W. HOYT & CO. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
: in fulfillment of a vow of a truly romantic to beVhrid "it is that
' things are reported
! ';; J."'; ';i that her famous whistle did not disturb: the
;tr :..J, sweet slumbers of the Fernandinians. She character. the time is not distant. With due respect to
: ,: : again put into this port on Wednesday Thoroughly impressed, also, with the all that she hearsshe, yet'feels constrained to
. :. : principles on which our great Republic had follow the "Transit" maxim' Wait and
J';{':' !U.,)! morning. been founded, and prospered, Mr. Carnegie see! FRED W. HOYT

tl)i{ 1J The excursion party of editors of the National has for some years past contributed largelyto That Nassau county needs a good court- & CO.FFFFF .

:r J ; ,ti Editorial Association, accompanied the spread of Democratic principles as the house building/:and, if our frieud McWil-
t'' ", by Superintendent D. E. :Maxwell and General -
'r ':f'M :""; : best adapted for the government and advancement liams will permit, we shall expect to see one
i'yt>>h.;r,t; 't Traffic Manager F. B- Papy, will arrive of the human family and asso- in this place before long.

f: ';, ;':r',1 in this city this morning, having accepted I ciated with Mr. Arnold. Herbert Spencerand That the weather has not been suitablefor U U RRRR NN N II TrTTT U U RRRR EEEEE
r;' $ i the invitation of Colonel A. H. Haskins tot 11' U UK R NN
i Nil T
i.V other kindred spirits, has contributed a ramble on the beach of late, and due U U R RE
: # tJ dine at Fernandina's elegant Egmont Hotel. F U UR RNN NIl T U UR RE
: lJ largely to the columns of the press and regard to this fact has prevented'the runningof -
l \ The party will take in Amelia Beach this F U UR RNN Nil T U U R RE:
, "J; ;*' afternoon. higher magazine literature in England. trains. FFFF U U RRRR NIT N N II T U U RRRR EEEE
r i a:,';',t f p Under all these circumstances we extenda That Liveryman Avery may be thankedfor F U R R N N NII T U TJ R R E:
j: Mr.: Win. Lawtey cleared Thursday the most cordial greeting so our distinguished having the water so lowered on the F U UR RN NNII T U UR RE

:. .. English steamship Carn Marth, CaptainHurrell .visitor, sincerely trusting his visits to us may highway to the beach that pedestrians can F U U. R RN NNII T U U R RE

*t : .'.' l_ for London or Bristol for orders, not'be infrequent, and that possibly, in some walk thereon without trouble. F UUU R R N NN II T UUU R R EEEEE .

[;<', -1" ':'V'V with the following cargo; 990 tons of Sea forthcoming work of travel our neighbor- -

1 ;: t;
1.; } seed, 450 sticks cedar 26 bales cotton and place, and favorable mention. During the past week the following ship-
'r: ,,JM 4,000 barrels of rosin. The value of the I i iI Speaking of Dungeness and her visitors, York ments steamship were madefrom,line: this port via the New Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second. j
is nearly $25,000. The Cam Marth I should not omit notice and
I. ,'' #.; cargo we a passing Carondelet'tor; York, March 2. 43.000 jI
;f.t : '1 \ will return to this port in May. tribute of praise to the truly gallant appear- feet yellow pine lumber, 50 barrels rosin, 10 I

:+ A large number of prominent people from ance made by the Missoe, who from easy barrels packages spirits fresh 63 fish.packages merchandise, 36

Hisllfct i ::' the North have taken in the delightful at- "coign of vantage" has flown all manner of San Antonio, for New York, :March 3.-117 -

tractions of our city during the past week, : flags and bunting, emblematic and in- bales cot.ton,29G cases cedar, 165 barrels

and have been sojourning at the Egmont : telligent to the nautical mind (as we are rosin, 20 bales moss, 32 packages merchan-

n\.f"t\ 14','a Hotel, among whom may be mentioned.W. assured by her esteemed commander, Capt. dise fish. 32 packages hides, 1,100 pounds fresh

!.:Io'..,. ro"I H. Webb Esq., the great ship builder and Thompson), "of warmest welcomes to her II

1;,* r*r!;:1 owner of the elegant Bristol" Hotel, New owners and visitors," and in which, let us MARINE. \ '

;; ':rf; :if./: .') York; W. S. Hawk, one of the proprietorsof add "more nautics," we also cordially Port of Fernandina. W

'": 'I';. ..il 1 the famed Windsor Hotel, New York; "bear a hand." HIGH WATER. I

r ; Andrew Carnegie, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Henry Saturday, Mar... 6............ 8:27: A.M. 8:50p. jr.
'1F 'iY+', ,! :Mallory, of the great "Mallory Line" of Mrs. Grundy Says Sunday 7.:.......... 9:05: .. 9:28 WHITNER & SCHDYLER
; Monday, 8........... 9:42": 10:06'c
'' ,' "r steamers; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harbeck, of That the condition of the Old Town cemetery Tuesday 9............10:21: 10:45"

+, Toledo, 0.; Mr. and Mrs. David Morgan, of indicates that we care no more for our Thursday Wednesday, ,"" 10..11:02 11.1146:: 11:27 0:00":: u I

Philadelphia; D. P. and E. L. Clapp of progenitors than for our posterity ; Friday, 12............ 0:16 0:38 CONSTANTLY MAKE ADDITIONS TO THEIR STOCK OF

x'c ; Brooklyn, N. Y.; Dr. F. B. Stephenson U. That the savages who formerly inhabitedthis 'ENTERED.
,.+'" S. N. and W. H. Davis New York and Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Bruns-
., I, island have left evidences in the various wick, Georgia, daily.,
b'Y "+ others. mounds that they had a greater respect,and Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina,from Savannah STAPLE AND FANCY
Monday.Wednesday and Friday ; freight GROCERIES
:+s : The delightful "Kewmarket Card Party" cared better for their burial places than edo and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. & N.)

,i J; given Wednesday evening at the Egmont, for ours, and yet we pretend to be civil- Feb.27-8teamshlp New York Carondelet; freight and, John passengers Risk, from to I

by Colonel and Mrs. Haskins, to their many ized; R. W. Southwick, agent. -AND-

v, r l' friends and guests of that charming hotel, That it ought to bring a blush of shame to Mar. Steamship New York San; freight Antonio and passengers Wilder, from to

4 was a grand success and a most enjoyable every citizen, to know how that cemetery is 3-British R. W.Brig Southwick Woodcock, agent.Williams, light, c TABLE DELICACIES 4

affair. The "gifts" awarded to the lucky neglected, and something else should be Jacksonville.
winners in the game were very neat and Schooner Ruth Darling, Chipmau, Perth
ddne besides blushing to improve its condi- Amboy; iron. IMPORTED VEGETABLES IN GLASS,
pretty, and showed excellent taste on the
part of the projectors of this novel and most Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood for Bruns- '
fci't That this is in rut of narrowminded
city a -
entertaining amusement. Among the large wick, Georgia, daily. IMPORTED FRUITS IN GLASS,
; -p selfish existence, and the sooner we geta Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah ,
WsS' number who participated may be mentioned Wednesday and Friday freight '
ideas into heads and
# HH'Lv the following ladies and gentlemen: Major few progressive our a and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.)
fc.fs;* little more liberality into our dealings with Feb.Steamship Carondelet. John Risk. for IMPORTED SOUPS IN GLASS,
W. B. C. and wife Geo. L. Baltzell
Duryee New York; freight and passengers, by I
the world at large, the sooner we will get .
R. W. Southwick. agent.
Chas. M. Stark, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Leach,
out of the rut and on the broad road of improvement Mar. Steamship City of San Antonio. Wilder, F 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Haskins, Mrs. Jos. W. for New York; freight and passengers, .. --4 NO. 47 CENTRE STREET --
with the rest of Florida Southwick ?
; by R. W. agent.
y Oakley and the Misses Oakley, Mrs. D. C. 4-British steamship Cam Marth Hurrell, t
rr' Jackson, :Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Burroughs, :Miss That progression, and not retrogression is Queenstown; naval stores and cotton-

.r Z 1r o Kittie D. Work and many others. After the the impulse that is forcing the State into Schooner seed, by'Josephine Wm. Lawtey.Evans, Philadel- IMPORTED. AND DOMESTIC ,

conclusion of the game an elegant petite public notice and favor, and frosts or floods phia; lumber by Ililliard &Bailey. PRESERVES AND SAUCES, : : ,;:' -J '

I ; j. supper" was given in the grand dining will not prevent its advancement-but pro- VESSELS IK PORT.
salon, in Col. Haskin'suniquestYleI: and was gress meets a blank wall when it meets fogy- British Steamship Cam Marth, Hnrrell. OLIVES AND OLIVE OIL,
British brig Alfred,Young, Bermuda.
indulged in b)y all with much gratification. ism-therefore let us pull down all such Schooner F. C. :Yarnall, Scott. SAUCES, CATSUPS, PICKLES,
walls if any exist here. Schooner Meyer&Muller, Perkins.
Schooner C. B. Payne, llillyard Charleston. IMPORTED CHEESE,
The Board of Trade. That our City Fathers have gained the Schooner J. B. Holden,Scott, Philadelphia.
At the meeting of the Board of Trade last Schooner William llayes, Smith, New York. DOMESTIC CHEESE,
good opinion of the citizens of Fernandina Schooner Carrie Jameson, Collins, New York. CURRANTS RAISINS CITRON
Monday, at their new chambers over Dot- ,
r'rf' terer's store the principal business was the ---------- CHOICE TABLE NUTS AND RAISINS,

consideration of the contemplated improvements \
t of the Florida Railway & Navigation: CLOSING OUT SALE t-I
Company, were adopted
: .' R,,, S urging City Council to gru Receiver Duval -0 IN NEW VARIETIES. I

i the privileges asked for in his petition. r"i -..ATdiItDRY FRUIT BUTTERS, JAMS AND JELLIES, I
Both the petition and the resolution of the E-4 t
:J.A.UJ:... :F'Ilr I E'S ,
be found in the of
Board will proceedings :z; "

i t the The City following Council. new members were reported I ([[I ( GOODS EMPORIOMQ9'! \ EZ I I
a r > : as elected by the Board of Governors: I ) ( WHITNER & SCHUYLER \

u Samuel T. Riddell, ;d I
i T. A. Acosta,
: "t' Mahoney, ;:;<. i
P. Kelly : '
5 Q X19
s" J. E. Meddaugh.Reserved ',_ No Such Bargains Were Ever Offered in Fernandina. -. -
seats for' the opera at Lyceum ttCO ".''' ;' .' tilt Wi,

.t s : Hall to-night can be secured at Horsey's tot ,, CLOSING OUT SALE /

day -
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