Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00301
 Material Information
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 13, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00301
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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APPROPRIATIONS FOR FLORIDA. take his, place, in the Senate,. where he be- RECEIVER DUVAI/S LETTER. given to the exhibitor and ]locality! TIle Board of health./' ,1

longs, to champion Florida's interest. The-Barf o w,.Informant having inadvertently from which it At the
Y"XIOX'S EDITOR IS' RELUCTANTLY ,: may come. meeting of the Board of Health,
THE TI.- The bill to construct a Government telegraph -, 1
COMPELLED TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE line from Sanford to Point Jupiterwill ; we'presume, !stated that Very truly yours, held on Thursday afternoon, a committee'consisting ,

CLAIMS OF FLORIDA'S ONLY no doubt become a law,and the line be the land grant to the, Peninsular .JAMES.H.'PAINE, Manager.A. buck, was of appointed Messrs. Stark to communicate, Baker and Star-

DEEP-SEA HARBOR. built.-C. H. J.''Letter in'Times-Union. 'portion of the Florida! Railway; &, WKIGHT, Secretary. the owners of with
Tiger Island with view
The outlook for Florida is rather encouraging -, a of
Navigation Railroad, was forfeited, putting up buildings there frtbe
Mr. Dougherty has been hardat THE FERNAXDINA BAR. quarantine
Receiver Duval Activity! oj' the Key Line Manage station. The Bnarl has been
work, and the results of his work are seen We fear the people in the interior do not very promptly puts ment. communica-

in the attitude of the several committees before realize how greatly they are interested in a'quietus on 'a statement calculatedto ting with the Secretary of the Treasury for
The piles and timber for the execution
at permission to
erect them the Government
which matters in which 1 Florida is 'interested the deep sea harbor ,on the mislead and the upon -
providing'of a disquiet purchasers Fernandina
of the '
projects of the Key'Line reservation near Fort Clinch, but no
The River and Harbor
1 are pending. coast of Florida such as is contemplated -
eastern -
: '
lands' acc'l
of railroad
.. management are 'the satisfactory: reply has been received hence
before whichI '
Committee, for example, Fernandina when that bar tr. '
JACKSONVILLE FLA .h eb.' 14. scene of the operations referred to. and it the action of the Board regarding Tiger
recently, is evidently better -
had a hearing shall be improved. to a low water depth of r begins to look as though something definite Island.
posted on the public improvements now feet. The of Herna.ido Editor Informant:
twenty-one people
and conducive to the Island The
going on in the Second District than I ever largely interested in ;'theraising I note that in 'your issue of the City's perma- Sanitary Inspector was instructed to
county "
very nent betterment .
really the t
on apis"The report by next all
Tuesday places inside the
I am sanguine in the belief that the 11th inst. state that 'the Com-
before. of fruit and vegetables; in fact, it you 'Key Line has evidently made up its city limits requiring drainage.
this will be seen in liberal missioner of lands has''decided that
effect of appro- may be said that these are their chief indus- mind to accommodate its patrons in the Messrs. Stark and Starbuck
for both the St. John's bar and the land south 'of Waldo to were also appointed -
priations trie?. For the successful prosecution grant matter of low rates and special facilities. a committee to inquire into the
Fernandina. The latter is looked upon as these industries we must have the very best Tampa, of the Yulee road. ; is'forfeited. Their recent inauguration of that handy and the feasibility of filling in the marsh )

in a very important sense a national work, facilities for the Northern As this statement misleads
reaching great peo- Sunday train service from Jacksonville to between Centre, Escambia, Sixth and i
as affording a refuge for the navy in time of markets with safety and dispatch. The veg- ple, I beg that you will; publish the Silver Spring and return has just been sup- Twelfth streets.:

need. On the other hand, the magnitudeof etable grower has but a short season in following correction : "'l i plemented by an order from the General

the commercial interests depending upon which to work. His.success depends in the The Land Commissioner decides Passenger and Ticket Department, instituting An Ordinance

the opening of the St. John's river to large first in to send his he .
place being ready pro- nothing ; simply recommends, similar excursions on Sundays to Granting the Right of Way through Certain
coastwise steamers has been so strongly im- ducts to market at the earliest possible mo- and he certainly does not recom- Silver Spring and return from the Cedar Streets to the Florida
pressed upon the committee that there is ment; and then he must have the facilitiesof mend that the gJant: from Waldo to Key branch ; also from the lines of the Navigation Railway

little doubt of provision being made for daily rail transportation to promptlytake Tampa should be forfeited, becausethe Southern Divisions covering Orlando and intermediate Company.

pushing the work more vigorously than off his truck and steamships connect road has long since.f fdrned all of points. The rates for these excursions WHEREAS, IL:R.DUVAL,Receiver: _

heretofore. with these daily trains. The full measure, the lands down t 25. low. himself and his successors
fo.wnship are, very The first excursion for the benefit of the Florida Railway&Navi.f.-
The ,only thing we have 'Ito fear-is the of success in truck :farming ''will not be attained You also designate th.is.i!road as the will be run Sunday next. These" arrangements gation Companf"and its component railway -

piling up of the aggregate of the bill by the until facilities furnished for daily companies' has petitioned the Coun-
are Yulee road, when.",the :;fact that in connection with the already existing City
increase of the amounts assigned to individual trains and steamers which dis cil of Fernandina for a right of way throughand
: running vegetable Mr. Yulee has nothing,to with special land, settlers' and tourists'.
along Front street to a point on Nassau '
works. The committee afraid to .
seem will take our truck quickly and'carefu11y to the road, directly or indirectly. We rates in effect over the Western Division, street, for the accommodation of the owners

face public opinion with the bill materially market. do not apprehend that'there is the.. mark a spirit of liberality that our 'citizens of such warehouses as may be built by different -

larger than the eleven millions to which The railroad facilities have already come slightest danger of the forfeiture of' and guests will recognize.A parties on water lots,and also for the I
they at first proposed to limit it and it is accommodation of the several owners of
; to and be increased ad libitum.
us can I compromise has been effected betweenthe
warehouses between
any part our grant, Front and Second I
possible that after recognizing the claims of What we need is a frequent steamship seri i Key Line, the Florida Southern and the streets andWHEREAS
should] it be forfeited it would be ;
the works which i Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West rail-
many arc large
vice. The they
Engineer say This is
petition urged and
disasterous to the of recommended -
more people in the matter of rates to
ways common
public appropriations, they may be fright- at low to the favorable
can give us twenty-one feet of water action of the
South Florida than to.th*. Florida points in competitive territory from Jack-
ened by the sum total and go to work againat tide on Fernandina bar. With this depthof sonville. The first-named line has issued City Council by the Board of Trade and citizens
Railway & Navigation Company, as in general, and Council being impressed }
the scaling down Should the
process. water large steamers can enter at any from its General Passenger Department, the l
it will leave these people, cihs ely in with the importance of fostering the devel-
St. John's bar be subjected to the scaling following circular to agents :
there stage of the tide and will not be delayed a the hands of the Florida Southern "On and after :March 11, 1886, the low opment of the proposed enterpriseIt -
remains the
process, yet an appeal to
moment in leaving. It seems to us that we. and South Florida which rates now in effect on trains Nos. 27 and 28 is hereby Ordained by the City Councilof
Senate when the bill appears in that body roadjf (the fast' limited express) will be discon- the City of Fernandina, That the right
after passing the House. Florida has many of the interior are most vitally interested in seems to be the object :tha ,Senator tinued and the following rates 'made effective of way for two or more tracks of standard "

friends in the Senate, and if both her Sena- this work of improvement of the bar at Call and his friends desire to attain.' ,- for use only on those trains : gauge, steam railroad, is hereby granted to :

tors were present mud acting vigorously in, Fernandina. It seems to be the only deep If you will kindly give tn.ese.state. 'Jacksonville to Gainesville.................$2.50 H.self R.and Duval his successors, Receiver, for as Trustee the benefit, for of him-the

her behalf harbor we 'have, or are likely to have, on ments the Jacksonville to Hawthorne. .......::......... 1.55 Florida .,
she could obtain &
almost publicity given'.the'
any-. the Atlantic coast. We are aware that the you.haye Jacksonville to Ocala.......................... 3.30'. Railway Navigation' 'Company .. J
thing reasonable fromthat'.:body:, ..Senator.. ? _- Wv. r -! <*' -*>' 'v-T.-. -*' '-J" ." v-r .Ti",- ? adveI"3a,;pr Se lta : -of the-sub "J ackson't -Leestinrg":.::.....:::::::'::;5.00 -and Western/, ts-components: the Florida'Central & -; ,
MacMillan; Chairniatlof*Ihe Senate Comiruttee orirnprovement"is being I ject I will thank you. Jacksonville to Tavares................ ...... 5.00. Peninsular ,
at the mouth the St. Johns, but that only Jacksonville ,;Tropical Florida, Leesburg and
on Commerce, has promised that Yours, very truly, Morning Indian River and Fernandina and Jacksonville I

Jacksonville shall have a hearing at the contemplates increasing the present depthof H. R. ,DUVAL, Railroads through and along Front ...

proper time when the bill is in committee.JACKSONVILLE'S eight feet to sixteen feet at low water. Receiver F. R. & N. Co. Railway Weather Signals. street to a point on Nassau street, and under
We are on a direct line of connection with conditions hereinafter named.
next the of the
PUBLIC BUILDING.As On Monday management F.
and with the im- SECTION 1. Right of is granted from
Fernandina ,
proposed way
regards the public building bill, it is THE SPRING EXHIBIT. R. &N. Co. will commence the daily trans- the intersection of Centre and.Front streets,
of that bar the
practically certain that an appropriation of provements accomplished, mission of the weather prognostications., northward, through Front street to the intersection -
WE desire to call attentionto
$150,000 will be made. The bill appropri- industries of the interior will be greatly as Special indications will be received by Sergeant of Front and Escambia streetsfor j;

sisted and our population engaged in this the following circular of the en- a double track railway, one of which tracksto
ating that amount is Smith, chief signal officer at Jackson-
as already known, has I
be located in
the centre of the street and
traffic increased tenfold. We therefore
passed the Senate urge terprising of the Florida ville at 1 o'clock daily which will be
and will be favorably reported managers a. m. the other on the west side of same.
from upon our Representatives Congress united transmitted the railroad SEC. 2. of is further fora
the House Committee on Pub- Spring Exhibit : by company by Right way granted
lic : and energetic action to secure for us the full of the continuation of above described
Buildings at the earliest opportunity, means signals displayed on baggagecars railway
probably within a week. Mr. appropriation for this work at Fernandina, OFFICE OF of the mail trains from Fernandinato from the intersection of Front and Escambia
Dougherty FLORIDA SPRING EXHIBIT } streets for two or more tracks of railways
which our citizens regard as of so much im- ,
has Tavares from Jacksonville to Chatta-
seen those ,
members who would be most
Front street to Sixth
JACKSONVILLE FLA. March 8. along ((6th) street .
BrooksviUe <
likely to antagonize it, and finds that the portance.- Register. hoochee, and from Waldo to Cedar Key. thence through and along through Sixth

feeling is so favorable that he anticipates no OUR DEEP SEA HARBOR. SIR-We take pleasure in report- The signals and their meaning are as follows street to Nassau street.

difficulty whatever in getting it through in In the serious responsibilitythrown ing encouraging progress since the : A blue sun signifies general rain ; a SEC. 3. Said Company to construct'and
maintain suitable street and drains
good season. upon the Senators and Con- date of our preliminary circular, red one, higher temperature.A wherever they may be deemed necessary by

FLORIDA'S INDIAN WAR CLAIM. gressmen of Florida in the matter of February 22d. blue star signifies local rain ; a red one, City Council ; the filling or excavating, or
The bill the removal of obstructions be entirely
providing for the settlement of stationary temperature.A to at
Florida's Indian war claim is liable to procuring the necessary appropriation Very general interest in' the suc- blue moon signifies clear or fair weather the expense of the party receiving right of
come for providing a deep sea harbor way, excepting when City Council may join
up any day. Its position is very advantageous. Fernandina it will be cess of the Exhibit- has been developed ; a red moon, lower temperature.The said Receiver in the improvement or open-

It has a unanimous necessary, signals consist of sheet iron disks of of the streets which
and ing through
support recom- if they wish to act wisely and to throughout the State, and, any
mendation from the Committee Claims about two feet in diameter, and are displayed ., right of way is granted.SEC. .
and on consult the best interests and desiresof despite the unprecedented cold either side of the 4. In granting this right of way it is
several of the members of that on baggage cars as
a large part of their constituency hereby specially stipulated that said H. R.
weather and backwardness of the
both Republican and Democratic, have already stated. Duval, Receiver, as Trustee for himself and
signified to :Mr. Dougherty their willingness to investigate the new conditions of season, every indication now points These signals are now in use in Pennsyl- his successors, in interest, shall submit to
to the problem. If they do this noth- and the such rules and regulations on the part of
support it in debate. It stands at U vania, Ohio and Canada, people
every of the finest of
one displays
the from time to time be
will them City, as essen-
ing justify in remainingsilent may
head of the list of such bills, and will living along the lines of the roads using! tial and practicable for the maintainment

be the first in order when the Committee on and inactive., They shall discover fruits, flowers, vegetables, etc., ever them have derived material benefit from the unobstructed traffic; for the protection of

Claims is called. If the discussion upon it no sham sentiment created by made in the State. The great good information'. they have thus received.' life, health ; against fire, or fur the main-

should last the people of Fernandina rathera that will be such tainment of good order.
than by
more an hour it will go to accomplished a in
SEC. 5. It is furthermore stipulated
the firm real] sentiment pervading the HOTEL ARRIVALS.EGMONT .
calendar as unfinished business, to be display is so generally recognizedthat granting the right of way to the party named,
called up in order until disposed of; but minds of thousands of their constituents from Centre to Calhoun'street, such privi-
sectional'differences HOTEL.
)Ir. Dougherty who demand that prompt and all have lege shall not conflict with right of way
is confident that when
] Mrs M R Mackintosh Miss Lizzie Mack-
granted by the City of Fernandina to the
reached it will pass before the expiration of intelligent action shall be taken and disappeared in the wish to promote intosh, Miss Mattie Mackintosh, E M Fer- Fernandina & Amelia Beach Railway Com #

the hour allowed. In other words, he the most earnest and zealous effortsbe 'its success. guson, wife, three children and maid, Walton pany. (Passed and approved May 20, 1885.)

thinks there will be little made to present our cause truth- Ferguson, wife and daughter, H E SEC. 6. For the protection of existing valuable -
opposition to The lines
it. very leading transportation Frick, J D Graham, W S Hyde, Pittsburg; mills located partly upon the street
fully and favorably the proper have generously agreed-to ''bring all F L Butler, 0 W Barrett, Danbury Ct; G E upon which the right of way is given, said

After it gets through the House, the workof committee. This will necessarily Foster and wife, Penn;., K L Clapp H H H. R. Dnval, Receiver etc., before requiring

getting it through the Senate will still remain become an issue in the future of this exhibits free, to be marked "Florida Raymond, N Y; J W Edmunds, T E Young, removal of same, shall give the owners
N' J;' A Wilkie, C T Atwood, Miss Clara thereof reasonable time complete existing
to be done. State and the Senator Exhibit Jacksonville and
And for the or Congressman Spring
accomplishment Co J W Chi-
Randall, Bijou Opera ; Oakley, contracts for lumber they may now have
of this Senator Call has placed him- who fails to urge our claims the Southern Express Company will cago; J'Ross and wife, Miss A W Ross, Miss the extent of such limit not to exceed four

self and his State in a very unfortunate po- will be deemed recreant to his duty Waynouth, Mass; G W Thurn, Mo; F W months from date of passage of this Ordinance -
rtion. That bring free packages of exhibits Hoyt, J D Palmer, W J Woodward, G L .
his of the effects
speech few weeks experience
"ince a weighing ten pounds or :less. Half- Baltzell, T W Howard, city; G W Taylor, SEC. 7. It is also stipulated that II. R.
prejudiced the Senate against the bill from the just indignation of a long- England; Rev Thos E Patterson, James Duval, Receiver etc., shall avail himself of

can readily be discovered by talking on the suffering people. The people demand rate excursion tickets, good from Speegier, Mrs M S Martin, Miss Martin, N theprivilege of right of way hereby granted,

subject with Senator Y: Laugborn Wister, Geo M Nides, Franklin within a reasonable time and upon a failureto
any and in fact that it, the faithful servant March 20th to March 30th, will also
Phila John E Baker wife and
speech will be Swayne, ; construct or operate the roads contem-
Which one of the principal weapons should .obey.-Waldo Advertiser.List be sold by all the leading lines. son, Miss Katie 'Baker, G H Fleming, S D plated to be built, within twelve months

opponents of the bill will use against Swann, Jacksonville: Dr Dobson, wife and after removal of mills, such right of way
It. The difficulties will be increased by the of Letters We earnestly request your assis- three children :Miss Ellen Dobson,Miss Cora may be withdrawn on the part of the City.

report from the Senate Military Committee Remaining in the post-office at Fernandina, tance in directing renewed attentionto Dobson, Iowa; A L'Murdock, Boston; S H First reading. March 3d.
to-day. In Nassau county, Florida, :March 13th: 1886. Gould Me; Rear Admiral Smith, U S N; S H Second reading March 3d.
that report the committee rec- Persons calling for these letters Lust say the date of the Exhibit'(March Pinkhard, E E Sener, M L Goodill, Penn; Third reading March 3d, and passedG.

ommend the passage of the bill offered by advertised: 22d to March 27th and,in B E Jones. Massachusetts; E Morris,Pitts- F. AVERT, .
senator Jones in the last Congress, directing Allen, Susan McCarthy, Joseph ), securingthe burgh; S Arnold, Philadelphia; R J Miles President of Council. '"

the Secretary of War to $92,048 Andeas, L Mooney, Mr best representative exhibits from and wife, Atlanta. Ga; James Chapman, Attest: GEO. E. WOLFF.
settlement pay as a Austin, Rebecca Parker, William wife and child, Philadelphia; W B Stude- City Clerk.
in full of the claim. Under :Mr. Beasley, C J Prin. Dayton Institute your section,possible. If but a sin- vant, Georgia; N B Borden, North Carolina Approved : W. H. POPE

Doughert.s bill the State'would receive upWards Balsley, Robert; Caesar gle attractive cluster of frut, a basi- M T Dill and wife, Mrs T L Cleaton, Miss Mayor.

of $100,000, or nearly five times the Bulmer, Leothene Rose Julia A Carrie Dill, Portsmouth. Va; Wm L Dill
amount which the Senate Brown, Robert Russell. Leonard F ket of strawberries, a choice bouquetof and wife. Richmond, Va; J W Johnson, Notice of Stockholders' Jlectin,:;.
tee Military Commit- Barnum, Hendrick Smith, Emma wild Boston, Mass; Mr and Mrs M Brown Philadelphia -
propose to allow. No doubt Senator Baker, James J Stuart, Nellie ((2) or flowers, a spray ; Schober, New'Jersey; E G Child, THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING

Call will oppose such a sacrifice of the equities Callanau. Frank E Simmons, Mary of orange blossoms, a good specimenof Newdort; A Scoval, Fernandina;E C Bird. Stockholders of the.Florida Railway -

of the case, but it must be' admitted Clarke, Sam Mrs Taylor, F W Mrs Ocala; P H Johnson, New York; John Dill- and Navigation Company will be heldat
that he first Cleaves, Ch H Thomas, T Mrs vegetables, or any single product worth, St :Marys, Ga; A B :Tiffany, Henry the office of the Company, at Fernandina,
disqualified himself for being a Deveaux, C A Wilson .worthy of exhibition is obtainable Berges and wife, Philadelphia; L D. Camp- Fla., on Tuesday, the 16th day of March,
very effective champion. This constitutes Devaughn, Humes Wood, W P bell, Cincinnati; E L Millburg, F B Henry, 1886,.at the hour of 12 o'clock noon.

another and a very pressing reason why Harley, Sara'l Wilson, Delia A let it come forward. Each will add H L Henry and wife, New,York; W J Craig, B. S. HENNING, President!

Senator Jones Head, R M 'White1 to the and attractiveness of wife and son. Toledo, 0: H R Duval, Jack- E. R. REYSOI.DS.Secretar).
his should be brought back from Williams, C R variety sonville; 'J A Johnson.. New York; J WI Fernandina, Fla.. Febrnary,20, 188ft
wild western wooing and induced to S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. the occasion, and full credit will be Johnson. Boston. I feb273tr



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"Whist whist!" Willie interrupted her "If u.-ud:, all your trOl... know than evti..ss her old lover co...": not help ]Indies' Photographs in Chill's

t CAPE COTTAGE AT SUNSET.fel. with, "yo'u.'re jokin', lass, but I dinna likeit. where to get a key. But wouU you not I thinking." Talking of handsome ladies induces Capita

Say anything but that. You would be frightened, Aleck? Folks might call it "There's your true blood," she said to to speak just now of a custom m e

: We stood upon the ragged rocks 'when 'never leave me for a bit of dirty gold." robbery." : Adam, but pointing to his son, "and this have never heard of as existing which in T

the lou was nearly done ; "That wouldn't be true. The is has been a fine night's work for'him. It
t ;: day ; "Would I not?" queried'Kitty, who was money other city than Santiago; but I am snri5
; had ceased their sullen shocks mine much his for I've worked hard- began by robbing youthat'sdone so much
.f ;J The waves maybe see as as if once made fashionable it
incorrigible tease; "you'll would be a'
for him then the sweetheart that liked .
and feet with murmuring est for it and there's a lot of it ; .- '
lapped our me make a runaway match of it; aye, and yours, immense success in ...'tework: Boston
him well 8.S to run with him he
and he'wouldn't make much noise so away
glad would be after awhile to get Kitty, and elsewhere,as well as a fortune to
o'ertone locks you about it. He wouldn't the left on the wrong side of the burn; 'and the
And bay with streaming disgrace name
: quit of me. But here's the door. If I'mI person who could secure the patent
blew the red tresses of the tun. it a byword and he likes then to draw his knife on an honest man! u Ian
: I I not away, I'll maybe be in the wood on making you it. I first saw and heard of it at the
You'll seek to make wed him es
g- I' Along the west the golden bars still to a Sunday night," and she was off, leaving; BO much that he wouldn't seek to get you never me tablishment of Mr. Spencer an enterpris

home thoughtful that he Into bad trouble. There would be mur- now. ing citizen of the United States
to so
: deeper glory grew; go : settled}
That shall shameless
t5ek 'f' Above our heads the faint few stars looked quite forgot to feed his tame fox until der, though, if he got hold of us him- you you hussy, Chili, who is the best known and
broke out her uncle. "You're not fit for most
the unfathomed blue wakened in the night by its yelpmgathing self. frequented photographer. It
., out from ; Allan and I'm ''from what I've is simply
'''rC j t And.the fair city's clamorous jars seemed that had never happened. in his life That was the way in which the elopement sure "seen this: Any lady whose photograph he takes
this night he wouldn't look at a thief.
a p t # melted in that evening hue. before. was planned. During the next few allows him to sell copies of it,unless for
"No I couldn't do that said Willie
dull in the "RedLion" days the cousins were in almost constant ; some special reason-and this
"' tide 0 friends to Business was very is the
$ 0 sunset sky! 0 purple "but there's no need for me here, and exceptiomshe -
conversation and even shrewd Adam was objects. The
retiredto ,
and Adam
next afternoon '
friends that closer pressed! with a sad and regretful countenance he consequence is
where Kitty had a deceived, and thought, poor man, that that he does a large business in
his attic room, disposing
i died and
e alR Those glories have in darkness was about to leave when he was stoppedby
cheerful fire, before which she sat knit- his .niece had forsaken Willie Allan, of them to his customers in cabinet ;size"
have left longing a burst of mischievous laughter from
yet not from mercenary'motives but be- and colored if desired. In *
Adam referred to Willie Allan witha any his
'tn.. 1 could not keep you by my side, nor fix ting. the impenitent, but bewitching.culprit. shop are
moderation and impressiveness his niece cause of the weighty advice he had given displayed the photographs of the fair
rY lr that radiance in the west. "It's Bet's box, she said. ladies
M -W. B. Glazier. had not expected to find. "Bairn," he her. "Bet's box! said Aleck; and"Bet's box!" of Chili's capital, and one can purchase -
4 lifetime if a "If want a bit sport said Kitty to any picture he pleases. In
& ;} said, "ye'll rue a ye marry you echoed Adam and Willie. addition

t man like that. It might be a fine twelve- Willie Allan one day, "take a turn in the "Aye Bet's box said Kitty. Mr.-Spencer has made several compoj-
month, but after he'll get worse than fortyacre'about dusk." "Sure enough it's not my box," said the tion groups of their heads, a hundred or

ever, and the work and anxiety'll all fall He had no chance of asking her mean- uncle, dragging it into the light; "it's the so together. "He calls the last one "ChilJ

on you. Better take a man like Aleck, for there others about he size '' not the color. But what- ian Flowers. It is probable that eachseason's
4t s ". In the struggling forlorn unbeautiful Ing, were so same but
that can depend on to keep you comfortable will desire thus to be
Northumbrian village of Blackford there I you said to himself: ever is making it so.heavy?
arr half comfort than one like Allan, that'll expect "A she's a sharp one, is Kit. That That was soon discovered. The red- immortalized.-Callao Cor. Boston Ad-
was a century only one
a ago, vertiser.
o' him.
able looking building. On any gusty day you to take care means a good dinner, or I'm cheated,"and headed servant giil came forward with a

.,,'', in November, when the very trees on the I I "Ah!" replied Kitty, "had Aleck been went his way. smile on her gaping mouth that suggestedthe Purifying the German Language.The .

s; 4I : "hilltops seemed to have tnrned their shivering the man his father is, I would never No sooner was he gone than a tremendous part she had taken in the trick. movement for purifying the Ger.

y backs to the breeze that whistled have looked to another, but I can not bustle began in the public house, "There's a stone of shot," she said, "andthere's man language from foreign words whichare

f .,t..:. through their branches and whirled away trust him." although it was shut on Sundays. Aleck the horseshoes from the backyard, used unnecessarily has secured a good

the red-tinted leaves in a madcap dance, ; "That's where you're wrong, lass.Sandy's did not know what to take and what to and there's the rusty keys that used to lie advocate in the grand duke of Weimar,

S the "Red Lion" inn stood alone, with its a well-bred lad, both on the leave. in the stable, and here's my old petticoats who has issued to all his officials an index

-comfortable overcoat of impervious mother's side and the father's. There's "It's four weary miles we have to walk stuffed in to keep them from jingling, expurgatorius, to which careful attention

,, ?C, S thatch, retained its aspect of quiet com not a better bred lad in Blackford, and into Scotland," said Kitty, "so the less we and," she added, "the weights and the is enjoined. The proscribed words

;,l'f; ,.! i fort, and toward evening the ruddy glare 1 blood is sure to tell. He may be quiet, have to carry the better, Aleck. That flatiron! comprise well nigh all. foreign intrudersfor

;r i'tti k of its kitchen fire pressingly invited the I I but he's game, I warrant you. I could box'll be a weight to take in itself, lad." "By George!" said Willie, "he must have which proper German equivalents exist -

lyr4 toil-worn cotters to forsake their scolding him with all I have." "We'll have plenty of time though. Bet
;; : trust meant to start a pack. Would you have and as the grand duke's order extendsto

''4+. wives and brawling children, their scanty "But if Aleck was a bad, treacherousman can say we've gone for a walk, and he'll stabbed me to save that dirt?" the official language, the court and the

cornti and didn't care a bit for me, would be as pleased" as Punch. Have you openedthe "He didn't know what it was," answered theatre, it may be expected that it will go

q fortable warmth. And often at the same you leave me free to take anybody I felt chest? Kitty for him. "I just wanted to try his far towards effecting its purpose so far as

i time there would be a light at one of the like?" querid Kitty. "Yes," said .Kitty, "it's all right. The mettle, so I put this box in the room of the sphere of Weimar's influence goes.

4 two attic windows that peered out from "Sartainly, sartainly," answered her only pity isj[: could not open the little box, the other one, and it's back in its place Weimar, too,has lately established a"Ger.

the roof like a pair of open gray eyes from Uncle, and you'll have, to take it with us." now, neither touched nor opened." man Language Association," whose roll

under lids of thatch. For one of these "Well, if I thought hla blood as good as; "Darknesj :was just falling when the "I'm glad 0' that, lass," said the old of members includes all sorts and condi

.', ; ,>{r ;w attic rooms was the favorite resort of his breeding, I would take him tomorrow two fugitives emerged from the Red Lion. publican, and though there was not muchin tions of educated men-professors, clergy

,' t t'' Adam Black, the thriving publican of ," began Kitty, but she stopped, for Which way should they '''take? There the words, there was a something in men, teachers, officers, and so forth-the

,a St ,, Blackford.: He was greatly liked and rex Adam Something had could be no doubt of that; down the hill the voice that made them sink deep. "It grand duke giving his especial protection.It .
was not listening.
; ; spected in Blackford. The worst that by the foot road, across the brook by the would have been a bad day for me when is gratifying that this movement for
W his outside and to
caught a stranger
i could be. said of him that he eye ,
was was 'his habits might have thought him single plank bridge, through the wood I found you turning against me. But Germanizing German is making such
.rather hard, and as a matter of fact there until the reached and thena good progress.-Chicago Tribune.
wrapped in contemplation of the winter'ssunset's highway was 'Willie, lad, if you want to catch this skit
was little of softness in his nature. bold to the border. better
clouds the push get across tish filly, you'd be quick. Downto
In domestic life Adam was a martinet. reddening or snowy Forsaking Art for Political Life.
window commandeda Neither said a word till they reached the the minister's you go to-morrow and

"He ruled his Aleckhis red-haired servant landscape. The field old willow, near which the brook was get your names asked; and as for you, The artistic temperament is generally

A, ::* rHj 3* Bet, and even his niece, Kitty, with a view of a forty-acre from the crossed by a trembling plank. Then you lubberly sumph, after making a fool supposed to be ill adapted for the fever of
< y' which stretched village
;rod of iron Prompt obedience was the unwritten away political life, but the attractions
'., X t thick wood Kitty grew nervous. of yourself like that, what's to come of presented
i ; + o law of the household. Only Kitty, gardens to a great "I'm frightened to cross the burn," she you?" by such a life in France must be

wt$>si2 } besides the smartest and from which it was separated by a brook.In far than would ifL
being prettiest, said, ['so you first. "Marry him to Bet!?;" suggested Kitty. greater appear
middle of stood tree
the it solitary
f f 1 -cleverest girl in Blackford, was'so a Meissonier's resolution to stand for a vacant -
wayward "Be quick then he answered. "I'll "
[ "The ticket
very. returned her uncle.
& the of which shone like dark
;*!& and spirited that not even her uncle, hold it;" and, getting swiftly to the other "Will you have him, Bet?" seat in the senate is to be satisfac-
fe S who liked her better than he liked any- tracery in the evening light. "Look yonder" torily accounted for. So ardent is he now
I i i.n side, he seized the end of the unsteady bit "
that I will said the laconic
said Adam to the foot of ,
'body else in the world, was able to keep of wood. that he has announced his intention of
this tree. A timid, limping, hungry hare, maid."You'll.
..herentirelv under control. But instead of following at once Kitty forsaking art if elected and of devotinghis
down to the minister's
the remembrance of go as
: ,. It was a great grief to Adam when he probably tempted by screamed: undivided energies to politics. In
well then said Adam to Aleck. "And
the it had sometimes ,
''S : 'f found out that Kitty was lri a mood to vegetables on moon- these circumstances it is perhaps not unkind
"There's Jack father must be
light nights found in the gardens, ; your now, lass, bring us a drop o' that brandy,
throw herself away upon,Willie Allan. to wish that M. may not
toward them in little chasing us. and put the kettle on and bring the
:. Not that he disliked Willie nobody could was making sugar, be elected. The loss to art would be
Aleck st undecided a moment, then and we'll christen the "
and followed bargain.
starts runs, by stoppages; '
: "do that but he thought him unlikely t oc greater than any gain that would be
;: dashed the frail into the.water.
.be.a good husband, that is, thriving one, during .which it would sit with its long bridge can'" shouted So a, few weeks afterward there were ,likely'to accrue ''to the legislature fromhis
"Hide where you he .' "Hecan't '
S c_ cable to keep his family comfortable., ears pricked up to listen to or scent dan two weddings Blackford, arid when the patriotic action, and Lord Tennyson'slines
I the 'burn and I'll make oft
; It was, therefore not without reason ger. Could any Blackford man look on With the jump lads of the village "roped" Willie Allan, might be paraphrased for the benefitof

vthat Adam was set against his'niece taking that sight unmoved It might have money. he gave them a whole half-sovereign to' the great artist, to the effect that
turned the old minister himself into "Oh,, he'll kill me," pleaded the girl.
: drink, and was, therefore, allowed to en "Pictures which nerve a nation's heart
., {, : : up with Willie. He considered it "
"Don't Aleck!
: .would be throwing herself away. And he poacher, and the temptation was quite run away me, ter the croft house with a thunderstormof are in themselves a deed."-Pall Mall Ga-

e g 'believed that'he possessed a powerful instrument too strong for Adam. The very dogs, by "You shouldn't hare been so slow," hI cheers; but when they did the same zette.

'' the eager way in which they started up to thing to Aleck, he morosely cut the
.. I for enforcing his own view, for retorted, with the box: already under hlx
tryYr., ;,. I !he had full command of Kitty's little follow him, seemed to see a chance of Arm. rope with a knife, and that is why he has The Angriest Girl in New York.

.fortune-something like 100-left her by sport in his looks. "Stop, you blackguardly thief! Stop, I been so unlucky ever since; for if you will The angriest girl in New York is prob--

; +" "r i, :her fatherAdam's elder brother, who had He was no sooner gone than Kitty did avery say!" hoarsely shouted his father, running go to Blackford now you will find the ably the one whom The Philadelphia Press

1 preceded him in the occupation of the curious thing. Running to her own up from where he had been looking after croft house to be the neatest, prettiest, thus immortalized the other day: "}Liss

: ', *./-! 1 tiRed Lion. Whatever it amounted to it apartment, she hurriedly produced a big- some rabbits. But the son turned in ter.. nicest house there, while ever since old -, of New York,left for home yesterday.She .

was all in the big box that stood inAdam's gish bunch of old keys, and began tryingthe ror and fled-not far, however for a new Adam's death, which happened many has been staying with Mrs.-, Chest-

; favorite attic room, for he had a lock of Adam's chest until she got comer appeared on the scene. Willie years ago. the Red Lion has been so nut street, and has been treated with

feif! .. one to fit. Then she opened it,and looked squalid and dirty and disreputable that She is
deep-rooted suspicion of banks, and, like Allan, true to his appointment with Kitty, much attention during her visit.

,many other country folks of that time, I in. But no pile of gold met her eye. though he hardly expected to see her, the marquis has serious thoughts of tak- so charming and pretty that she has frequently

i Pril held that his savings could not be safer Adam had a second box within the big emerged from the wood. ing away the license and turning it into a been mistaken for a Philadelphiagirl

one, and it, too, was locked, Kitty did not butcher's from
shop.-Adopted Long- theatre
.than under his own lock and key. "Hulloa!" he said, placing himself in at the numerous tea and

TOP "If you marry Allan," he said to Kitty, seem at all disappointed. Without touching front of the runaway. "What's up?" man's :Magazine.Boom parties at which she has been the special
anything in the she let the lid
,, ,, t, t .and she knew that no nice scruples about "Fell him dead!" yelled Adam. guest." There is feminine malice under

? ',,"y ,: .right or wrong would hinder him fromV' fall,carefully locked it, and put her keys "Let him go," said Kitty, but so softly for the Whale-Oil Interest. that pretended sweetness. No man ever
back where she had found them.
:keeping his word, "not a penny will you that her lover could not make out what The whale-oil interest has long been in devised such naughtiness.Exchange.The .
Had Willie Allan been there to watch
,r get from me." she said. want of a boom, having lagged sadly ever
t Carnivora of the New World.It .
her next proceedings he would have been
The truth that he had another "You'd better turn back he said to since the discovery of kerosene, coal-oil
} :Y was quite rifles
how fast
is American
hurt and surprised, for the little flirt.after strange
and It has struck lead at last.
a new
: i44 scheme in his head. should Aleck but the to gas.
I Why Kitty fugitive, brought bay,
world of the
have rid the car-
smartening herself up before the mirror, A work has been published for circulation new larger
look beyond his son, Aleck True, they was desperate."Let .
Within the last
proceeded to the kitchen, where Aleck nivora. fifty years
vessel-owners and to
-were cousins, but the prejudice againstcousin's me be," he said, "or I'll stab you," among shipmasters
was busy polishing the harness of the doctor's that pouring out plenty of whale oil wolves and bears have entirely disap
: marrying was not strong in the drawing a claspknife from his pocket. I prove at!
hundreds of thousands
horse, which happened to be kept at peared from
the boisterous and billows in
: waves
and then what cried the other In upon
"You scoundrel
f.qr. neighborhood, advantages a states where
the Red Lion. Ensconcing herself snuglyin will pacify the troubled waters and square miles in our eastern ,
.a gale
there Kate "would commit murderl"Willie !
white heat
were was a splendid manager you rabbitiHungary
x' the armchair in the corner, she plainly The they were once as numerous as
and Aleck, though he had not hisfather's was credited with possessingmore prevent shipwrec/cs. significant partof
said by look and movement, "Come, woome. has been a quasi-civilized coun-
the essay.is the statement that mineraloils ;
and cleverness hard than other in
;. ''_ ,.'t spirit was a ." Though Aleck her clumsy lover, "science" any man won't answer the purpose-it must bathe try for 600 years, yet in the neighborhood
worker and careful-too will find
and where
s' r very careful did not lack the inclination to respond, he Blackford, you good of the large town of Temesvar two women
oil of the whale.-Chicago Journal.The
said for whereas his Northumberland He
some people boxing, if not in of
possessed none of that spirit of gallantry were recently attacked by a pack
4 '' father was only keen and saving,'he was made a feint and the vengeful blade of
hill in
to have shreds
S which ought made him quick to Crop of Wine In France. wolves and torn into on a
S as mean and hard as a miser. And ac- his adversary glittered in a momentary
; take the hint. the Temesvar church steeples.
Kitty's eyes were begin- The news comes from France that the sight of
cordingly, he spared no effort to enforcehis streak of moonlight, but to no purpose,
ning to twinkle with'amusement at her wine in that country for 1885 was the -Dr.Felix L. Oswald.
will, so that poor Kitty had a hard for a side leap carried its object out of crop I
l'' { ,time of it what with her uncle's threats and his own embarrassment, when, smallest, that of one year excepted, for
,, reach, and Willie landed a lefthanderlike Answered in a Practical Way.
Adam looked in
luckily, the hare; The in 1875 was
x ;. and the no more agreeable persuasions of but he forgot all about Jack's a horse's kick just above the right thirty years. quantity "Brother Ike," said a gentleman of color
tti I Is performance and the aver-
: + nearly 1,850,000,000
t her money-grubbing suitor. Yet she was eye of his opponent, who fell all his to another darky, "yer orter been terde
in his pleasure at seeing the cousins in 1884
for the ten ,,ending was
y r M -far: too spirited to yield,and in her inmost friendly. length on the snow, and in a thrice was .age ] years pra'r meeting las' night. We prayed fur
so said to
but the returns
:. mind was resolved to have both the sweet- divested of his knife, which the conqueror 950,000,000, are "
"Aha, he cried, "but you are two slyonesCourtin' show for, 1885. Mildew yer.
only 42,000,000 ,
;. heart and the money, for who needed it threw contemptuously into the brook. "Den I'se got faith in pra'rDat pra'rwas
: like that whenever the oldan's I the phylloxera and bad weather were the
tiff 4 if not careless, squandering Willie "Get up and fight like a man," he said, answered.
5 back's turned"and in
Y great glee he New York Times.
' causes of the decrease-
S It fault in her that
; was no eyes her went away and left them. but Aleck was beaten. "Tel' me 'bout hit, Brudder Ike.

lover cared nothing whatever for her fortune Adam was in ecstacies. '' "Wall 'Zekiel I'se got de fattes'turkel
. "What do you think of that, now? said Future'Prospects Young Hopeful. ,
a, though she would scold and rate Kitty, laughing.I "You've stopped bit 'o ugly work, I'm Old Willie keep at my house yer eber seed. An' he vvra
acquaintance-Wal ,
;' _.. k, him well for his indifference. One winter thinking said Adam whom the low.-G0 -
upon low las'night-bery
wish it roosting
t was true, said Aleck. right on wid yo' hooks, an' some day yo'
&., night, as she was returning from a neighboring "That is because you are a fool," said full extent of the crime began to dawn, as maybe president. all's Sun.
w village, about three miles off, to he the size and
dimly recognized shape,
Kitty. "What on earth should we 'besweetheartin' Fond.. mother-Ya'as, me an' his pa
which she had been sent by her 'uncle, j his box in the clouded ;
for weight money Use for Old Boots and Shoes.
?' What kind o' life < feared bb dat, cus dat president is so full
Y Willie quite accidentally met her, and uncertain "These 'ltwo''' have'been
s t 'i they had a happy walk homeward along would you lead here if you were married, light.me.n [, 6b worry an' fuss I, 'jes know: 'Williewouldn't Anew industry has sprung up for hOP

Sandy? As long as Adam Black's here- I trying to rob : stan' it, cus he ain't ober'robus, who search the refuse in the streets for
k. a lane, on the snow covering of which the "Never' said Willie.
"Kitty, youwouldn't The
and that may be twenty years yet-Adam ,nohow.-4Harper's: Bazar. worn-out calf-skin boots and shoes.
fell fair and I "
r n moonlight softly, making the; do that? are
Black will be master. :And as for sold to wall-paper factories, and
you are
i ', hard wheel tracks glitter, and silvering t "Come'up and make sure" said.Adam. and
,: toil and Comment Concerning a Necklace.
' t+t the half-black half-whitened you'll moil and mourn till the ; thoroughly washed; after the pegs

a'S Willie never ,before had seemed hedgerows.so true gray hairs come, and you'll get his money With that they all began silently to retrace Miss Late waiter,of doubtful age: "Have threads are removed they are manufac'

when you're 1 I their steps only Kitty'slipped awayin : noticed this necklace of mine The ne1"
and earnest and loyal Kitty poured' past enjoying it. That's the you quaint tured into "embossed leather.

into his ear the story of her as persecution. lookout for' a,woman with a notion to you, { front, as if to avoid embarrassing ques- Miss Pepper? 'Papa had it tions. Williej was thoughtful. Justas
lad" very In Florence when I little child." foot-coser-
my ; was a mats are made of such cast-off
"Never mind lass he said "let him
coming to the door he said to
they were
"I'll not deny you've hit it, Kitty. 'It's "Indeed! Why it is a real antique,isn't ing.-Exchange.
.keep the I've little but I'm :
money. not1r Adam in a low, troubled voice, which he /
a at the best Press.
poor spec keeping a country /
in debt, and, ifou'll but promise tried to make indifferent:
'public; the hinds haven't the to The Bowl of the Union.
money "Sugar
to to the croft
come I'll-yes, Kitty-I'll "Look here Adam haven't lost
i ; sell e"er.li\'o thing I have, and work day spend. If I had father's savings now I: anything that"row and there isn't The Louisiana sugar crop last year
.wouldn't bide here past'the'term. I'd by Of the hundreds of thousands who gazed'on the average
get cent.'than
and for was larger by 15
r night you her is there per
much in ?
use exposing the bronze in the capitol grounds eoi
(j a place nearer the pits-them's the lads to group and was
Y ;tN' : "No, no, Willie; there is no use for that, spend." "No," was the reply; "but since they'reso at Washington, known as "Preedom'sMemorial" for previous years,
iW but do you think I'll give up my rights to fond I'll make them marry and set tip Lincoln vated and manufactured at a dtD
< "If I representing giving
I were a man like you, Aleck, do planters
thus enabling
that wretched Aleck crease outlay
: please ? It's just
house by freedom to the slave probably few know contracted
you know what I'd do? I would make ,
+ what he wants: for to a discharge some of their
me marry you and big try to get these same savings and With that they entered the kitchen, I that the face of the kneeling negro is an JournaL
leave to him. He would obligations.-Chicago
everything be all with his bath .
where Aleck shivering o
bolt. If you were quick and clever enough accurate portrait, of a fugitive slave, the r
}, .. pleased to see me quarrel with they'd never catch you, and you could .deposited the box on the floor. ,A cheerful I last that was captured under civil law in Was :Not So Bad After..!11.

'. .+ .,. uncle, for it's not me, but the money change your name and get a new start." firelight showed, Kitty,,not, as might Missouri. The negro was Archer "I see there is about a foot of water J
<, he wants. But if he proposes again; do have been expected ,with abashed counte- received to
I sheltered
"Ah, I've'thought o' that, but the 'oldone's Alexander, and finally the cellar," said a house hunter
;.'; :you know, I've a good mind to take him nance and the demeanor of a culprit i i flat.I!
ower cuimin'. I, believe he wears rescued from slavery after recapture by landlord of an east side Harlem

.at his word, just out of spite." That's the the kc- ;e big chest ahvj:. .nrim.id his awaitinc: justice, but with l heightened \j Mr. William G. Eliot, of St. Louis, who the water there all the time?"
could do to him
.r -I neck.. color aii-1 sparkling eyes la- bonnier I I was at that time a member of the western "Oh no," reassured the landlord.

i sanitary commission at that place.-Cleveland ro only at flood tide."-New York SonT -

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In a family where there are two sisters, for WHOLESALE ANDilErAIL. .idk
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example, can imagine anything more
FAIR HANDS ,ACQUIRING SKILL, IN THE beneficial than a frequent:exercise with The Ijight-Hiiiiiii) : :

ART OF SELF DEFENSE. the stuffed gloves. It teaches one,how to ,

V_ carry the body and head. It inculcates a .. > I
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Healthful Exercise
Sparring This cut shows tin iu".v :stlr cf: U'rni work

How Critics and Acquaintances Differ. that till. (.. im.mis imv. jilUa1CCi11r. -; .
Fran- Critics complain of Daniel Huntington'sWhite
In one of his Japanese romances .

cisque Sarcey says: "One does take a pas House portrait of ex-President ,,; .". ,r..., .:. .;;.
sion as he does a cold." This may be.true Arthur, because it represents "a New York V J j-: ;i/ .,I'. : V .:..;
of the tender passion, but argument ought cluo- na just stepping out of 'the'Bruni-- '. ,' .i- .,' < ,t. : !I
be heard before vre accept it as a dictumregarding wick cafe; after an excellent' luncheon." -: 91 ? s* Sf ;
to ,
Those who know: Mr. Arthur
feminine craze for novelty. As personally I
the: Sew York Athletic club has recentlydone pronounce the picture a characteristic I i iI iI I

in your city, the sociably exclusive likeness, upon- the' same grounds.FrankLeslie's. I! ,.
sparring club Philadelphia la, has been .hyy
accu-tomed to give an annual festival of t
have included Dalrymple, 'the bonanza. farmer,' will : a
generally .
The ports k \1 >
:; *
the put.in 30,000 acres of wheat'next season.
sparring, except during reignof
innocent old Mayor King (who by He raised 201,000()(.bushels.of"wheat in 1885ALTIMORE :

special proclamation forbade anything of -. .- .-- '-- _..--

the kind), and a feature of such occasionshas WEEKLY SUN.
been the assemblage of brightfacedladies THE JJUJGHTEST
who attended as the guests of the A\D fSOUrNPUB.C0.N1'x.

club. Last fall's festival was a memorable I BEST OF FAMILY EWSP.APEnS. .. -=

one. Many of the best known and ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.

most rejected young gentlemen in the THE BALTI.IOPLEVEEKLY SUX has

community put on the gloves llgamsteachother. lung; been recognized us the Ideal Family A.. B. NOME

Newspaper./ It contains the News of the ,
The spectacle was a very entertainingone. World< The young ladies present, ever in and Monetary Reports ; Original
search of new sensation, caught at the awl Practical Agricultural Papers; the Artistically Ifcaittifiil.
idea of learning to spar. Teachers were Choicest Gems of Current Literature in Poetry HEAVY
inactive demand before the first frost and Romance; the most Attractive FAMILY GROCERIES SUPPLIES > Without a Peer. '

fell, and the rats have since gone steadily 'Things( in the Realm of Fashion : the most ,
upward. A young dentist of our ac- Useful and Beautiful in all that pertains to IX ITS MECHANICAL rOSSTKt'CTIOX

shortened his office hours under the Household ; the Cream of Wit and Humor -
the pretext that he had been appointed an ; the Events of Every-day Life. Throughits Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, IT HAS NO RIVAL!

assistant in the dental department of the many and varied sources of informationits The new I 1Hof
attachment that
The fact is readers are promptly made acquaintedwith ( are-
University Pennsylvania. now being placed with ;
he two lessons of sparring every events occurring: in any quarter: of the specialties! No other each Domestic"are
that gives
World. The ample facilities of THE SUN FURMIURESIOYES PAINTS l ANn CROCKERY machine has them
afternoon in the neighborhood of Kitten- These attachments and I tilt' new wood-work
obtaining by Telegraph the News of the
His ladies make the Domestic", .
house square. pupils are young OM World, and its I large corps of Special : more than ever'without
of his is question,
and as the nature teaching con-
Correspondents at Washington, New York,
fidential the feminine passion for"a strongguard" Boston Richmond HARDWARE WILLOW WARE ETC.
Philadelphia, : and other The Acknowledged Standard of
and a prompt "cross-counter" is leading cities as also its superior arrangements V
likely to grow.A I' for securing prompt intelligence from Excellence.FOR ;
PROFESSIONAL TEACHER'S CHAT. all the Counties Maryland, and every
Having occasion to pass part of an after- leading point of interest in adjacent States, '
noon recently in the company of a profes- combine to make it a complete Newspaper, SALE BY- ,
sional teacher of the heretofore exclusively unsurpassed in general and reliable information -
"manly art," the writer asked him by any of its contemporaries. THE E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla. HENRY HOBEIN,. i':

for some information regarding the WEEKLY SUN can be subscribed for any
growth among ladies of this fancy for fisti- day of the year and the present: : time is more PERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ;

cuffs. My remarks must be premised by than usually auspicious. The news includes -
all events that transpire under the new Na-
that the teacher in ;
an explanation ques- tional Administration and during the Sessions Agents wanted in
tion has met the best men of his day in unoccupied: territory.-
of *
the New Congress, besides the Legislative ,
this country and England, though never ,
i Intelligence of
for money or with bare knuckles. He isa and other States,and the Maryland.General News Virginia from [ "i{:.' ." .; '. ,-5'<.. J i' "; '. '.:.", ., .' "", DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., !

graduate of Dulwich college, in the Sur- every State and every quarter of the Globe. .i. RICHMOND. VA. :-i
suburbs of London, and was for sev- '-. ,, '., ...
rey "". t. .; q.f'. "> '1. .Ii jot: I
eral years a private tutor in one of the THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. ,. : ; ., : ," :" J. :Fl.. .A. c.rSTZN'f: 'f'ffANUFACTGRER

best preparatory schools of Philadelphia.He ; ; : ;:: OF'
is a gentleman in his instincts, and : ) )

loves the art of self-defense as many a ONE DOLLAR A COPY FOR ONE YEAR. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND i.
good American dotes on polo, rowing or
cricket. He admitted to me that he was PREMIUM COPIES TO GETTERS UP OF .

teaching several ladies to spar, but said CLUBS FOR THE BALTIMORE .' ..:. ..-. .; .r.1""""" .,,'- .. -DEALER- ..IX ..

frankly lessons,that"because he did lie ,was not' enjoy in constant giving fear the FIVE COPIES WEEKLY...............SUN...............$ :>>.00 H. E.' I OTTEIVVEHINVITES R-0 R B X Dz' i-

ot accidentally injuring his pupils. Of With an extra copy of the Week-

course he dare not inflict any "punish- Sun one year.
ment" for carelessness, and the girls were TEN COPIES............................... 10.00 ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF ..
With extra of the'WeekIv
often so intractable that he lost patiencewith an copy ,
them.A Sun one year, and one copy of *
the Daily Sun three months. -+ -- +- j

lawn-tennis suit with a well-padded FIFTEEN COPIES....................... 1:>>.00 ....
jersey, was the usual costume. The With an extra copy of the Weekly i FINE FAMILY GROCERIES } '
skirts must, of course, be short, so that Sun one year, and one copy of 11
the limbs can have full play. The gloveswere the Daily Sun six months. ,* t

of the medium size, but always required TWENTY COPIES....................... 20.00 1
much making He With extra of the Weekly (
over. always an copy -
adds extra hair stuffing. Into the fingersand Sun one year and one copy of I Ior

thumb he inserts a castor glove, .. the Daily Sun nine months.

about one size larger than that usuallyworn THIRTY COPIES........................ 30.00 FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY
by the lady. The kid fingers of the With an extra copy of the Weekly .

boxing-glove he cuts off at the knuckle, Sun and one copy of the Daily
so that the castor-covered Sun one year. SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
may FORTY COPIES.......................... 40.00 i
protrude. This enables the lady to close
With: of the Weekly and Mo.tPl'roved PatternsCOOKKG -
an extra copy the Latest -
her fingers easily, thus retaining thegloves' I Sun and one copy of the Daily PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
firmly on her hands. This altera-
Sun one year, also an extra copy
tion in gloves is rendered he UTESS1LS KINDS f
necessary, of the Daily Sun for six months.: ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OFt

says by the universal inclination among FIFTY COPiES...... .................. 50.00
the female sex to strike with the hand With an extra copy of the Weekly /-U I + ;- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,.
open. Thinking tae teacher intended to Sun and two copies of the Daily !/ "
perpetrate a joke,I smiled at this remark.He Sun one year.SEVENTYrFiVE. FINE TEAS AND COFFEES |I- WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.DRIVEN" .

grew grave, and by his manner rebuked ; COPIES............ 75.00 -+ -ntt* %-
me. With an extra copy of the Weekly -

Daily one year.
"You mistake me," said he. "It is the ONE HUNDRED COPIES...........IOO.OO TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
most difficult thing imaginable to teacha With an extra copy of the Weekly Wind Mills for pumping water or running .1
lady to close her fist. Even after you Sun and four copies of the Daily NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. light machinery promptly erected on order.

think she has been sufficiently warned of Sun one year. Church Factory and School Bells: for sale ,

the danger she will impulsively lunge at To Europe and other Postal Union coun- at a bargain. t
Cor. Second and Centre Sts. FERNANDINA, FLA.
you with her open ha.nd-the fingers tries at $1.52 for twelve months. $3 'Stoves Wholesale Prices.
straight out and rigid. I lost one of my All goods delivered at the various trans-
best pupils just before Christmas in that THE SUN, portation stations within the city free of I
All sales for cash. ;.
way. she had taken about thirty lessonsand Daily, except Sunday. charge.

was very enthusiastic. I thought I .: ", .; '. .,. >.. ... CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.
had broken her of the fault of thrusting Terms of Subscription by.Mail, Invariably '. : Fernandina, Fla., July 1., 1884. I

out her fingers, but when I 'led'for her Cash in Advance, Postage Prepaid on -t..... .. introduce them.
forehead she stopped me neatly ,enough Subscriptions in the 'United I BIG OFFER ice will GIVE AWAY .
and followed by what was intended for a States and Canada. .' ; A 1,050 Self-Operating Washing Machines. If
cross-counter with One Year..........$6.000ne! Month......50 Cts. i V. you want one, send us your name, postoffice !,
her left. She
on the caughtme Six Months....... S.OOJThree Weeks..38 Cts., IYi i and express at once. The National Co., ..
cheek bone with such force as 21 Dey Street, New York. 1
to knock Four Months..... 2.00iTwo 'Vt'eks..25 Cts. + 1t
two of her fingers completely out Three Months.... 1.50'One Week..13 Cts. .; '!; A1-"TED-To work for us at their J.
of ,
joint. That settled her. The < '. < .' 'r ::;; : :' 1O week be
pain was Two Months.....: 1.00] ? : : ; 81 to per can
excessive She threw off the gloves and To Europe and other Postal Union coun- L-aiDIE. ; no canvassing Particulars; fascinating and sample and

her sat down to have a good cry. I examined tries 76 Cents per :Month. work employment.sent for stamp. Address HOME
hand and advised her to call a surgeon' MAN'FG CO., P.O. Box 1016 Boston, Mass.W .

at her once. She had a very bad hand All The value of THE SUN as an Advertising E WANT SALESMEN everywhere, local
courage has since departed. Prior to Medium is. of course, in proportion to its and traveling, to sell our goods. Will pay
that event she would stand any amount immense circulation, and its prices for advertising good salary and all expenses. wanted
of work. She generally prolonged her far less in proportion to the circulation terms at once SILVER-WARE and state salary COMPANY, 1

lessons; to forty minutes and she -the main element of value in advertising STANDARD .
caught Mass.NCH
several hard blows accidentally 'than: those of..any other daily paperof -
( given, of I
The South
which have Cabbage for the
she Ouse.injured) during her training. But when safest we method knowledge.The of transmitting money SON'SCelebrated
herself the sport lost its charm Fashion Catalcgue
mail is by check draft
to by or postoffice
her her entirely. She will probably make money order. Either for home use or for shipment to.NOBTHZET MASSXTS, EIY ,3EI: Y I FREE ffor mer.Spring 15S6.ready and March Sum- I
me Appearance again next summer among lIlt!!.to any address.! Illustrates and Hats
Bryn-Mawr tennis and archery players y every thiiigfor Ladies.Gents*.Children
:No DEVIATION FROM PUBLISHED and Infants' wear and Hoiisekeoplni
but the vigor of her aroused woman- I TERMS. HENDER$0NsSUMMER. U-JOIi n at prices toioe*than those of any
"' o4 has vanished." r.e1'ouwmtr.e United States. Complete
Do THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANAC, a -A -..ri-thcriuu yw.rantt'd.or inonry rerlU:1t.tl. -
you candidly regard the sport as a valuable'publication of ninety-six pages is U. C. P. KOCH Ai >(J.',
proper one for young ladies published as a Supplement to THE SUN' This valuable variety, as wen as a full list of the most desirable t6th A Vi:..fc S201&' Jit., :\. 1.. .Calf.w --.
Why not? They are taught to swing about the first of each year. It is not for sale. -
1a clubs,and dumb-bells at nearly every: nor is it distributed except to subscribers of VEGETABLE SEEDS .A.. 1' 37TO EI :D

die s seminary in the country. I regard THE SUN,"Daily and Weekly, for whose BUY FOR CASH, .
sparring purely as a sport. I never have benefit it is published. Every subscriber to I win be found described In onr Manual of"EvKuyrm-so FOB TIm OABDETwhich wfll be sent to any
looked THE SUN address on receipt of stamps [6c.]to cover postage.
upon it in any other light. I Daily or Weekly whose White Egret and Heron Skins
have sparred with name is on our books the first of the :year ,
Yes. professionals, you say? will receive of THE SUN ALMANAC SEEDSMEN & GROWERS,
but copy
I Darned never for a dollar or a shilling. Tee of charge. Peter Henderson & Go 35 A 37 Cortlandt St., In Large Quantities. AddressISWZSOSIT

as I might much from of the art from them, just f A. S. ABELL& CO., Publishers, NEW YORK. : : : & CO.', .
the billiard tournament in
X Sun Iron Building,
is eUk'torISport, to the real enthusiasts, Baltimore, 3Id.Y '227 I'earl Street New York, ,

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THE .B'LOl'IDA i' IPuoIt: 1:.. associated press dispatch expressingtheir THE BOARD OF TRADE. EX-GOVERNOR. REED SPEAKS. PROCLAMATION:

} w F opinion on the' subject of the We are glad to see the evidencesof
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. freeze, etc. interest sHown in the organizationof RECOVER CONTROL OF COMMERCIAL : FERNANDINA, FLA.,March: 121886.J f

'''i b ,. Subscription, 93 per year; six months 81. The various railway companieshave the Board of Trader The whole ADVANTAGES.I NOTICE IS voters HEREBY of the GIVEN City of TOTttp PeA?E

. been generous .in granting facilities practical idea of progress at this day notice the alarm among businessmen diva that the annual election 6f officeS-
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor said city will be held on the
41 of Jacksonville first Mondayr
occasioned b\
# Y for their visiting all portionsof runs in. organization.. Men now act April 1886, being the 5th day of :
RATES OF ADVERTISING. the competition of transportation s aid
the State and the F. R. '& N., as ,organized bodies. Individualitycan month, at the following named places
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for % companies for the trade'of the State. Precinct No.1'at the Mayor's Office,Th.rd
+4 '_ each subsequent Insertion. under the vigorous management of accomplish but little. The It is well founded, but comes too late Street; '

Special local notices I ,15 cents a line. Col. Duval, the Receiver, not only : Board of' Trade can 'accomplish a to secure to our commercial seaportsand Old Precinct Town No. 2, at C. J. Westbert's stor ,
notice, ,25 cents line. ;
Reading a
., I, Special rate for time advertisements upon application placed cars at their disposal, but two great deal of, good in this communityby 'the State at large their primitive Between the hours of 8 a. m. ((standard

a v4. at the office.Communications. of the efficient officers of the com- 'wise, firm and united action. advantages in a ,State system of inter- time And) and the sunset following on said officers day.of the
nal improvements, such as was de- city will
upon all matters of local inter- pany, Mr. Papy, General Traffic We have been going on for yearsas then and there be chosen by a vote of a
signed in 1855, and adhered to until] maJ oritYof the votes given at said
., est solicited from all parts of the county and from Coleman Travel- individuals looking for individual election! .
Manager, and Mr. the Savannah connection at Live viz :
r : along the lines of Florida railways.
All communications intended for publication ing Passenger Agent, accompanied, interests alone. We have each Oak, which was secured, during the A A Clerk Mayor,,

y should be addressed to the Editor; all business them. Arrangements been made the benefits of combined 'action. war in violation of statute. An Assessor,
letters to THE FLORIDA MIRBOB. A Marshal,
simply This system devised by the far-
for their visit to Fernandina, and a l\Iutual.confeIences: the exchange of A Treasurer,
sighted Yulee"and his associates, if
MARCH 13, 1886. committee of the Board of Trade views, the encouragement of 'plansfor I A Collector
i 1 SATURDAY ; strictly adhered to, would have secured And four ((4> Aldermen.

; fly 'rr lfr went out to meet them, dinner had the public good, the arousing of all the benefits of an inde- Given under my hand and the seal of the

,y HARBOR OF FERNANDINA. been provided by' the generous and; public' spirit, and setting on foot pendent policy within our own con- city this 12th day of W.March H. POPE 1886.,

a_, ,'t General Gilmore, in an official rex genial host, ''Mr.. Haskins, of the beneficial enterprises .may 'all be ex- trol and tributary to our own com- [sEAL.J R. L. DEXNEFIELD Mayor.

r : port thus speaks of the port of Fer mercial seaports and the consequent! City Marshal. '
An down the pected to result from an active -
Egmont. excursion I participation wealth and revenue of the State. It Attest: GEO. E. WOLF. City Clerk.SEAISLAND .

,, ; nandina harbor and to,the Beach were in the of the citizens in our or- was practically abandoned when the -

'; t. r Fernandina-is, by nature, the programme, but from some cause, ganized Board of Trade. :A very general incorporation law was en- ROUTE

it most favored harbor on the Atlantic not understood here, they were de- full meeting was held at the Board of acted and our magnificent State do- .

coast of Florida. The usual availa- Trade Monday. The main of fifteen million acres of land
tained in Jacksonville. room on various

ble depth on the ,bar is 13 feet, although -------- committees'.have been formed was offered indiscriminately as a THE KEY LINE STEAMER,
FLORIDA SPRING EXHIBIT. premium to foreign corporations to
d sometimes not more than
; and have laid out their work. Let it
construct railroads without referenceto
We are in receipt of circular of
v 11J feet at average low tide, with an Exhibit enter- be kept up and the interest in public State interests;:

ordinary rise and fall of tides of Florida Spring an affairs will be augmented. This grand inheritance from national -

about 6 feet."Inside prise under the management of en- munificence which should

the bar the anchorage is terprising and public-spirited gentlemen have been consecrated to homes for

in Jacksonville the FLOWER PILFERERS. the homeless and land forthe land-
and well shel- purposeof STNICHOLAS,
very capacious, exhibit of Florida There is :no more beautiful spotin less," and constituted a permanent
', tered. The entrance is defended by
reliance for the industrial classes
Fernandina than the Episcopal
fruits flowers vegetables and home
the of Fort Clinch. stock and
guns against jobbers speculators -
1 ry rp The exhibition is to Cemetery. It has been for many
"At, a distance of twenty miles products. openon was surrendered without resume RECENTLY FITTED UP II APPLE PIE ORDER.I .
a custom! for the friends of
March 22d at the Hall years
Armory to enrich speculators and induce ,
tY?: ,, I above St. Marys'' the water is entirely ; -
those who have been laid at rest '
Jacksonville. All are invited to send foreign corporations and' citiesto
'r" e. fresh, and the importance I regularly between Fernandina
their exhibits and' 'hope Nassau there to plant flowers and shrubbery absorb our resources. With reck- PLYING
: we Savannah the
for iron r- upon following
this locality as a less disregard of home interest and
around the and on schedule.
will not be wanting., Her graves, every
clads and other iron hulled vessels t future permanent independence, the LEAVE FERNANDINA every Monday,
choice flowers
where they will be free from barnacles vegetable products will compare favorably Saturday to place lands were granted in quantities to Wednesday and Saturday, p. m., upon arri-
val of
have doubt with upon the graves. We are surprisedto enable the construction of railroads evening trains arriving at Savannah
,., and the corroding effects of salt we no I the following mornings.
be those; of other sections of the State, learn that during the present win- without cost to the owners and with- LEAVE SAVANNAH every Sunday,
water, and where they can control the State. Tuesday and Thursday m., and reaching
out p.
ter there has been a constant systemof by
deft handof
and her woods under the
Fernandina the
following mornings.
with good drinking water,
supplied For after the Savannah
be pilfering of plants and flowers years war Connections at Savannah with all rail
Mr.: Henderson would
.L' a has often been officially pointed out. : a very 'vainly sought to obtain chartered lines,and with Ocean Steamship and Boston

' r If two low jetties reaching across attractive exhibit of the value of our going on. In one instance a respectably access to and control of the trade of &; Savannah vessels to and from New York
and Boston and at Fernandina
." r native timber for commercial dressed stranger was seen West and South Florida. Her with trains
sagacious -
'' the bar are built they would be ; pur- for all Florida points.A..
poses. taking up and carrying away plants, business men and far-sighted i MAcDONELL,
expected to maintain a low-water Gen. Pass.&; Tkt. Agt.,
while it has not been uncommon for railroad representatives saw in Jack
channel not less than 20 to 21 feet. FLORIDA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.We sonville and Fernandina with an Fernandina, Fla.
ip chance visitors to remove flowers D. E. MAXWELL,
Greater depth could be secured by have received the first num- : exclusive State railroad system, legitimate General Superintendent,

i$* carrying the jetties to higher levels." ber of the Florida Christian Advo- placed upon the graves. It is very rivals, and with ceaseless Fernandina, Fla.
4. :a. ; that should commit
We have thus the matured opinion cate, devoted to the interests of the strange any vigilance they watched their oppor-
1 such unworthy acts, and unless the tunity ; and with most credible en-
of one of the most distinguished M. E. Church, and State organ of and
practice is stopped detectives shouldbe terprise persistent energy, they I $250WILL
engineers in the army, a man of that oody, Rev. J. T. DePass, editor seized and appropriated the lavish :
to arrest pilferers
ii' ,: national reputation, as to '''what can published at Sanford, Fla. It is a State concessions' to their own
and bring' them before the law officers -
aggrandizement. They not BUY A
> be accomplished in giving Florida a large and handsome sheet, and willno
of the city. Valuable plants and apportioned the State, GOOD SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEAD
lif Atlantic harbor the improvement doubt acceptablepaper ,
deep-sea by prove a very
have been removed and cherished but they entered the city of Jacksonville -
of what he designates as to that large and influential and appropriated her streets AT
memorials carried off. It must be
te''* ShJn already the most favored harbor on body of Christians. Rev. Mr. DePassis and highways, and now we are face FRED W. HOYT & CO'S

well known able of stopped.WE to face with the fact that we are no
ffofe:* the Atlantic coast of Florida. as an writer, FURNITURE STORE,

4f #<*&v| residence in the longer master of our commercial resources -
The statistics of commerce show long State. think the Times-Union is in
'*" $?$ nor capable of independentState CENTRE STREET.

33tH? that 62 foreign steamships entered THE Blair Education Bill has error in attributing the bill reportedby or municipal control. And

at Savannah during the year ending the Military Committee of the now the question arises, What shallwe
the Senate after several weeksof
iJSfins June 30,1885, while not more than passed Senate allowing but $92,000 for the do about it? What can we do?

discussion, by a large majority.It In bold and terse editorial SASH DOORS
2 entered any Florida port. The Indian hostilities claim of Florida. your relating ,
proposes to appropriate seventy to municipal affairs you touch -AND-
difference is occasioned the improvement -
by Our recollection is that the report of
the the
millions of dollars to the of initiatory-will people re-
' t' : 1 of Savannah's river en- the Secretary of War was referredto spond-Harrison Reed in Jackson- BLINDS,
education,in the several.States to be
trance, giving access to the city the Military Committee, of which ville Morning 11'nas.OY4.
divided according to the illiteracy AT FRED W. HOYT & CO's.Notice. .
which she did not have until these Senator Jones is not a member, and
3V<:$i shown by the census tables of 1886.
** improvements were made by the that the committee, after showingthat
3JW It is not so certain that it will pass .
government. the State was entitled to the
iJ? Sf the House of Representatives. The Notice is hereby given that the following
General Gillmore alse speaks of sum claimed by her, brought in a
have been stricken from the
large amount of to be names Regis-
money appro-
Vi l"i, ; ft-MT' '.'tt'V, the anchorage as being very capa- the of the Eastern bill to pay only the $92,000, whichwas tration Book of the City of Fernandina for

$*$$* cious, deep and well sheltered." The, priated, hostility the face difference between the la wuGyr. the year 1886:
.States and the well I
of shows in land-provided ROYAL BewulIew Archer, Alexander Morris, J. J.
: chart soundings a depth principal of the Indian trust bonds :
Western States, the State rights rnr try Baker, Jack Morgan, C. ".
Cumberland Sound of from 30 to 60 opposition and the amount reported as due the 44i Bruce, J. H. Mooney, James
and the free traders who Bush, Jas. H. :Mason, Warren
flipSf feet and between Old Town and
State of War.
by the Secretary
desire to'reduce the expenditures of Burnside, George Mitchell, Chas: J.
Huot's mill, in New Town of Fer- Mr. Jones attempted to have the Barrett, John Merrow, J. H. P.
the will all be Butler H.A. Norman
government, arrayed George
nandina, the channel depth is from it. Senator Call made set amount engrafted on the general appropriation F it Clark, John Palmer, Rodwell

R = 28.to 50 feet, not being less than 25 against a bill and Senator Ed- Collins, Alfred Person, Emanuel
speech in favor of it. He also en- Donovan, Cornelius Polhemus W. S.
feet at any oiutin, the channel. So munds in the Chair, on objection of i k.k. Dohoney, R. V. Rebund, Henry
deavored to engraft it an John Robinson, Cam
that vessels of any depth which amendment allowing the upon fund to be :Mr.: Fry, of Maine\ ruled it out. Evatt Douglass; W., L. Roberts, Richard

w 1 r d could cross the bar could come up Subsequently the request of Gov. Freeman, John Riles, Peter
."' used in part for technical education Floyd. John. Redman, Richard
.t to the city at low tide, the distance Bloxham, the bill was recommitted Freeman. David Rone. Taff

from the bar not being over' five, which was rejected. : to the :Military Committee, and not 4KIJ4GPOWDER Green, Alexander Stewart, Solo
Whether this great donation will Gray,W.E. Simms, Thomas

miles. ____ ________ really be of much benefit if made I again brought up. Gremley, Jacob Stewart James
Hargrett, John Sharklatt, Isaac
),W THE VISITING EDITORS. remains to be seen. If well administered Hayes,Stephen A Stephens, John
OUR esteemed cotemporary, theDaily Henderson, Peter Schuyler, Geo.W.
*3&f&i; During the past two weeks a party and applied to giving longer Herald of Jacksonville Hutchinson',James Sheldon, Isaac
appeared -
l lip of representative editors from the sessions annually to the schools it on Saturday' in double its Howett Hazleton, Cyrus, James Saunders Tucker, Robert, Chas.

Press Association meeting in Cincinnati will be a benefit. If expended in Johnson, Peter, Jr., Trent,Samuel
multiplying schools and largely in- usual proportions, indicating success Absolutely Pure. Jones,James Tucker, W. B.

II: : tLJ have been traveling over creasing school expenditures it will and prosperity well deserved.A Jackson, Randall Turner. Sherman

,r w Florida under very favorable circumstances do little POWDER NEVER VARIES. A King, Samuel P Van Nostrand. C. J-
good. THIS W. II.
of purity, strength and whole- Ligoeur, Joseph Williams
+ for obtaining, in a brief FRENCH journal calls attentionto someness. More economical than the ordi- Lang, James, Jr. Wilson. George
TIlE Cincinnati Graphic gives several kinds, and be sold in Lang William Ward, E. J.
i' view of the nary cannot ,competition -
time, a very satisfactory the rich oil contained in the grainsof Abe
; LeCain, William H. Wishart
with the multitude of low-test, short-
of the of
, Peninsular State. They have been meeting the tong-yeou, a tree which growsin weight alum or phosphate powders. Lange, C. A. Wood Richard:
the Press Association in that Lewis, F. B. WarrenDock
"f F able from their own observations to city' China. This oil is extracted .JjflJ'Sold only in cans. WabbyMooney.
i1/ easily ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Leggett, Samuel Washington,
s ? x : verify the statements, made by the and among the number an excellent by pressure, has a density of 48 100 Wall Street New York. J. H. Wilson, Simon
I McDermott,John Young, Adam
likeness of Mr. C. H. Jones of the
Florida Press Association as to the 0.9362, and possesses ja variety of McBean, R. A. Yerger, II. S.By .
Times-Union who elected Presi- T G. RUSSELL, 31.,D.,
done the was order of the Board of Aldermen.
: it amount of damage by curious properties. It dries more .*
0. dent of the Association' for the GEO. WOLFFE, City Clerk.
freeze and the present condition of rapidly than other known oil it
any ,
. t. suing year. Mr. Jones isa good Fernandina, March 4, 1886.
.t Next door to Tourist Hotel,
a i'. > the groves in the orange growing re- parliamentarian, and will make an has also the power of solidifying under FERXAXDINA, FLA. Winter Clothing.

1' efficient President. Florida is hon' the action of light and out of
; F* O'ions o.fth. e tat c.F I Office Hours-8 to 10 a. in., 1 to 3 p..m., 0 Greatsacritice I in Winter Clothing at
;i1:i ored his selection.
4 b by contact with the air. to 9 p. m. PAUL FCSKE

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Has permanently located at Fernandina, PAUL FTJNKE'SMH .
and offers his professional services to the Imo"FOR THE NEXT THIRTY '
people>of this place and surronnding country. I DAYS. I T-v:
of children a specialty. ..,.
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11 SPECI.: &L: NOTICE.: : : j

Sheriffs Sale. f[DRY GOODS EMPORIUM '\>,.
U execution issued out of the Circuit
Oourt.Fourth JudicialCircuitNassau county t J. & T. KYDD ;
in a suit determined wherein the Jackson- I+-++++-r+++++++t+-++++-f I:.1-II:-II I tolti+(-r+-r+++++++II+I.M I++1+-++++++| + :
ville & Atlantic Railroad Company was
plaintiff, and Benjamin Upton defendant, I HAVE DECIDED TO CLEAR OUT THE .. :.
levied and will sell at public auction -
in front of the Court House,in the Cityof FALL AND WINTER STOCK AT A GREAT REDUCTION :w:= !
Fernandina,on the first Monday in April, ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR THEIR SPRING STOCK. t
being the 5th day of said month, all the I have just received, beyond question, the,finest assortmentof BARGAINS WILL BE FOUND IN EVERY I
right, title and interest of Benjamin Uptonin Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting of Colored DEPARTMENT, INCLUDING
I described
and to the following property,
I to-wit: The northeast quarter of the north- Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Blankets,are among ; I
west quarter, southeast quarter of the south- my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety;
west quarter, southeast quarter of section 12, CLOTHING SHOES DRESS GOODS J tt
township 2 north, range ?4 east,560 acres; ,
fractional section 36, township 3 north, PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS ,,' ,
range 24 east, 560 acres; east half of south- '
west quarter Lots 1 and 2, section 1, town- Prints and Domestic Goods. .

ship 2 north range 24 east paying, 584 acres.for title. Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, r .:;;..'";-'
cash, purchaser
JOHN A. ELLERMANN, Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything,to GOOD PRINTS at 4 Cents.. BEST PRINTS at 5 Cents. ... .

Sheriff Nassau County. be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special 50c. Dress Goods, 30 25c.: Dress Goods 20 "
Fernandina, Fla., :March 6, 1886.
attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofMBOYS1
15c. 10 lOcoU 6 !
Sheri 's Sale.TTNDER .

Court.Fourth U execution JudicialCircuitNassau issued out of the county Circuit, MEN CLOTHING mA GREAT BARGAIN IN BUCK SILKS, $1 fl-YflRD e .1

in a suit determined wherein J.L. Smith for f
the use of J. L. Vandever plaintiff, and WARRANTED TO WEAR SEND FOR SAMPLE.
William Johnson defendant, I have levied which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at. ; ;t

upon and will sell at public auction,in frontof astonishingly)' low prices. Suits equal to custoln-made at one- &&* WE HAVE ALSO SPECIAL JOBS IN Men's, Youths' 1

dina the on Court the House first Monday in the City in April of Fernan-beingthe half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear and and Boys' Clothing, PICKED UP BY OUR BUYER IN NEW !

5th day of said month all the right, title Furnishing Goods of every description. 'YORK CITY. j
and interest of William Johnson in andto -"Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to i
the following described property, to-wit: ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID.J. .
Northwest quarter of northeast quarter of ; t.-
2, township 2 north, 23 east, ,

range & T. IY :c
40 acres; southeast quarter of southeast (': i
quarter section 3, township 2 north, range for Men, Ladies and :Misses, of all sizes,at low prices. In Domes Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.
23 cast,40 acres; southeast quarter of south- tic Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and I will not be I
east quarter section 1, township 1 north, undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. t.' NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. } FERNANDINA, FLA. .
range 23 east, 40 acres; Lot 3 in section 5, .
township 1 north, range 23 east, 39 acres. Attention is also directed to my large assortment of"T v Ii
Terms cash purchaser paying for title.
Sheriff Nassau County. GOODS CLOTHING
Fernandina, Fla.,.March 6, 1886. ,
everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea .
Sheriff's Sale. call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at n :TAN7.A.Rr :23: 1086.
UNDER of foreclosure issued out of the CD.My: prices are positively betow those of any house,and fully
Circuit Court.Fourth Judicial CircuitNassau
Bell is and 1i to 2i per cent. less than those oC any credit
county, wherein James plaintiff
fcndan Riley R, Robinson I have levied and upon Betsey and Robinson will sell de-at -1 PAUt rUNKE' DRY G D EMP RIUM +- li concern. I want the money down ; they give you thirty and -
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- r O charging you ten 'ears' compound interest. And yet people insist 0
day in April, being the 5th day of said upon calling this nonsense. \
month, during the legal hours of sale, the CENTRE STREET,
south half of lot number six, in block num- To those who have not bought of me, I would ask their inspec-
ber fifty-two, City of Fernandina. O tion to convince them that I give the BEST GOODS for the,money.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. :F'ERNnNI: :) :INA.: LJvv

JOHN Sheriff A. ELLERMANN Nassau County., m J. :::1:...c> :a: 1\IJ: .4. Tnr

Fla. March G, 1886.ReptstrattonXotice. .
Notice is hereby given to the legally qualified -
<< electors of the city of Fernandina that FOR CASH AT W. J. LOflMAN'S.GENERAL
the Registration Book of said city is now 1VJODE: : : ERc'S: : ,
open for the registration of such electors, at
the Mayor's office, from 10. to 12 A. M., and :
from 2 to 4 I>. M., daily, Sundays excepted, INSURANCE REAL ESTATE I
until Thursday: March 25th 1886. All per-
sons not registered at that day are debarred IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOURyjitDRY
from voting at the next municipal election, AGENCY'-- ,
to be held on Monday, April 5th, for mu-
nicipal officers for the year 1886.
By order of the Board of Aldermen.GEO. .

Fernandina, Fla.. E., March WOLFFE 4th,City 1886.Clerk. GOODS IN 1886'hml' \\ CHARLES V. HILLYER




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First-class accommodations. @
TERMS $2.00 PER DAY. :*, We have just received from the North and East an

% $*Special arrangements by the week or ,>i. immense stock of
month. SE.IWEEKLY. SAILINGS.-a l ,
W. G. ELLENWOOD, > : .f
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ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, ii : '
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For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO and in fact a foil line in every Department, of the ; + aAw t

-_ LATEST .DESIGNS; and as we are able to buy -- -- fti ;. '.; j
in bulk, we are prepared to offer same at .
of every description, and c 1 aS .
ATTACHMENTS for any Sewing Machine,
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1ifOld Machines repaired at moderate .. :.
prices. r

HENRY HOBEIN, ,x 1 .,' Bush of business prevents our naming specialties. i iXy
Corner Third and Ash Streets, ..
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8 Fernandina, Fla. .;<.(? .: All we ask 'is a trial Call and examine our stock ... f i .,', ; a

TIlE purchasing elsewhere. ; .
is noted for the artistic manner ) ,:'. '
ill which it executes all kinds of Printing. > .e6rNo trouble to show goods at :MODE BED'S.MODE Proposed Sailings for February and March.
Steamers leave Pier 20, E.R., at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina, p.m.
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AGENT kt;:>0'1.,. .;" ". ." < ..........................Friday. February 12th. Wednesday, February 17th.
'";tt":" ,,{'.'. r7J.'Y CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..Tuesday, February 16th. Saturday, }February 20th.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .. STATE OF TEXAS..Friday, February 19th. Wednesday, February 24th.
BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER I CARONDELET..........................Tuesday, February 23d. Saturday February 27th.
ANDDealer CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..........Friday, February 26th. Wednesday, March 3d.
in Ice STATE OF TEXAS....... ...........Tuesday, March 2d. Saturday,,:March 6th.
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
j-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. BRO'S The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
Imported Swiss Cheese. connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL
Limburger Cheese. ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
California Herring.Hams. ., Ii m.( LEADERS OF LOW PRICES, 1 \\1\1\ LAKE WEIR. -

Also, a fine lot Of Groceries. 'I. THROUGH' BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

__ ___ J. KLARER. j '::::C> 2 freight, passage.rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

Cents Furnishing Goods, R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,

At great bargains, at Nos.: 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
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t. w Collector of Revenue=-Bun berry Haynes, r. '): '_1. .--
; County Judge-R. 3[. Witherspoon, Madi =-()
United. States Ulcers.., Starke. 1. 0 $-- C- () = M
Lake son. NOTICE.-: co ::" .:.:.'...........
Scliools-J. L. Hill ,
Superintendent of : .
Madison. "'
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. erjff-S. A. Parramore, ., .c. = r.t _
{'w Y A. Barnes Gainesville. Butler.. Clerk-John M. Beggs": Madison ON THE29TH '''DAY OF MARCH, A '_. t-;) ::::';-:;' "=-::: S :
ileg/'uer-L. BREVARD OUSTY.County.JudgeJames Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry 18SG! I will ollVr for sale) to the highest R-r" : ....
> Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. ,I ,. :: : ,
.. A. McCrory, City Madison. bidder, at my office in Feriiandina for -.... -; ;-: .
Surveyor-General F. McClellan. 'Point. "- County T easlt'er'S:::: :S.'SmithrMadisom' the benefit'of aILcon-ccl'Ilcd.'alllhe property :'J..; :: -- :

DISTRICT COURT Clerk-A. -A. Stewart- Titusville.: Collector of Revenue= B. V. Wadsworth, specified and conveyed 'tome in trust, by _"I.'_1,.._0 ,;_: r-: :;...
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. ". Sheriff M. E. English.. Titusville. Madison. deed of conveyance dated the llth' day of .o.i.5 ;,;:. ..

JIzrsTw.l-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville.,, Collector of Ret'tmu-J. F. II Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY, April, A.. D. ,1884, executed' by the :Florida -- : -: --
t Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John H. Laws, Town Improvement Company and recordedin iff HiCC : .
City-Point. %" County Judge -John G.. Webb, Manatee. office. of the"'Clerk' of..the Circuit Court." ::

rfF 't IXTEENAL REVEXUE.CuUcctor '. i CALHOUN. f- Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and .. :=:; -:M; p S. =3"a
,ii t '' st -S.: C. Thompson. Jacksonville.. > '" :- Sheri. -A. S.,Watson, Pine Level. ,for Nassau County in record hook "'U," 5.r: = 4; ::..:jr:::;
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COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Jud William Clark- Collector of vclluif-Henry. E.: Carlton,: pages 95; and 06, the said! property having' c .;:: -; .-....' ,
Clerk-James S. Fannin.Sheriff = ? < 2 5 EHS.I 4
o. I+ John W. Ho well, Fernandina. ... Fo been taken into possessiOn::; by me. and now : ;:: 3
l Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. ;;Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward, offered for sale l pursuaiicelf i of the provisions } 3 :: *: B Z 'ka
} Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Pine Level. of said deed. Terms ;"%.:f h= =:. 0 1.
t" John 1'. Ilouse,St.: Augustine. ;.t Collector of R t'eiiue7"Joel P. Atkins. I cash,. or payableinbonds'of Z-S'-- c, ::
compa'ny directed in the orn"t -:!?
Supcrintendent'of"Scho' G. Cox well. ... () :::: 2ra rjM
trust deed. SAM'L. A. SW ANN, < .0 -- {J)
1. + t. State 0111 cersIx County Judge-J..II. Williams, Ocala. -'IJ C':) () Sg -, _.._...
'E ,CLAY 'COUNT:. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Trustee. c-= :: ;; nn

c1in f'I x EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County; Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange "ilte'dff--E. T. Williams Ocala Fernandina, Fla.. February 26th, 18S6. '< 6J;:j::<: tc t-w =-if ..>

f Edward A. Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Ret'e1tl1.e'V: Trantham, .:.2 .olJlc... ::::: F a
Governor- H. Clerk-G..N..Bardin,'Green Cove Spring. Ocala. I. Notice to TaxPayers.Notice : ', =->::::
LieuterutnetGovernorMilton Mabry, () :) :;
Leesburg. Slieriff-James W.. De'Vitt'Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne,. is hereby given to the TaxPayersof _= P

' sl.J s 1 of State-JohnL. Crawford, Tallahassee _Spri1 g Fort McCoy. 'I the City of; 'ernalldina'that' I am now (-c.-) 'Eo r:: .
Secretary Retenutt', J. Wilson. Green ;:: () -. .
Collector of .. .
MONROE COUNTY. ready to receive the taxes assessed for mu- : -:; ....
W. D. Barnes Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, 1 nicipal purposes, for,the year. 1885, at theMayor's i-**. CS'-="-o? >
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a Comptroller- County Judge -Chasl: S. Baron,Key West. i:. ac :.E...:.
'Mcl ae office Third C
street. -
kr on c
E. S. Crill. M .
Treasurer- .
Clerk-Peter.T..Kllight, Key -
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"aPi Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaas- Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. C. J. 'VEST ERG, =..... () r. == ;;: ,....
Judge-W. M. Ives Jr., Lake City City Tax-Collector. = --rn <...-.
see. County Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, 0.. "" I":) ...
..' Fernandina, Fla. Jan. 28 1886. (_) :_::: u;
tfiir4; Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk : John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. :- = -c t rn:) :: '
} Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff C., P. Farwell, Lake: City. Superintendent Schools--J. V. Harris,Key -- 05-:;; oagciz

ii3' Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. Notice to Contractors., ":j j ., () -,.
.Adjutant-General-David Lang. Superintendent of. Schools V.'. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. Proposals will be received by the under- r.:_:! "2.ci O'::":

r SUPREME COURT. Lake City. 'signed until Wednesday evening, at 6 .7 -0 ., 3.... ---
I1 G.-McWhorter. D\DE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, .Fernan- o'clock, February 3d, for grading Broome ;:: .C.n C".y(_' ;7oy'y' ::
Chief dina.
street across the marsh between Seventh
Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A Edwards, Fernandina. and Eighth streets. Specifications can be :=' "-:1.0. :: .1.--:;; .W
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Hl3 Faulkner. -
Clerk-T.-W. iio
hassee. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. obtained %
on application. E' >
f lfe Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Wm. M. Mettaur. _M.k O' .
Assessor of Tares-Wm. :ii. Garland, Fer- JAMES MCGIFFIN, : ; :%: j
J. Wm. Ewan.
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Jacksonville.ClerkD. nandina. : :::
Chairman Street "
Committee. "
Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of ReL'cuueW'arrcn F. Scott.. Fer- Fernandina, Fla.. Jan. 28,1886.Notice. c-3. 1 :rTHE::-"-;""Z

JyT1vfesM First Circuit'-Augustus Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, .

; sacola. sonville. Evergreen. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Tl'ca.'IlLreeGusta Stark, Fernan TO Notice is hereby given that 1 have been

4 see. Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. appointed Administrator of all and singularthe .
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel: P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY.: goods, chattels, rights' and credits of -.,'," ,. ..- .
r irk t- Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. JOHN C. SNOWBALL, deceased, and all "

ville. Collector of Revenue:-Moses 1. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. creditors of said estate, legatees, and persons .

,, .Fifth Circuit-Thomas. F. King, Gainesville Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or entitled to distribution are notified: to pre- .J; -.
: / .' Superintendent of Sclwol.r'Villiam H.Bab- lando. sent ,'their' claims and demands: duly attested I .
; v Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. within two from 1.\-\ .. \
Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, years, this date, and : : .
I Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. ESCAMBIA. Orlando. that the same will be barred unless exhib- ..t ;

J Stll"tyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. ited within said period aforesaid.C. i I,' .
I1 : County J/tdge""Valfer
; ,,+: 'C.. urt,Calendar, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. I' Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. A. SNOWBALL.
Administrator estate of John C. Snowball,
POLK. ..
FIRST CIRCUIT. SheriffJoseph'Wilkins. "
t : 'Leonard. deceased. ...!. ,it...
Fall Term-; Treasurer- J. S. County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
Hart's Road Fla. December 29th ; ,
f4 Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. dec29 6w ,. .

Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent! ; of.Schools=N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. .,= '/"l i '.S, .'c. ,
.! 3. i Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. I .:)

r .aF : in October. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. In Justice's Court. I ,.'

y!,,A .r .a Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. GEO. S. WILSON, Agent Claim, $58.00.i .. ,' "
f ,tt xt in October.: Clerk-J. A. Atkins. versus }\ Bond, $116.00.W. .- .
S s + Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. F. ANSLEY, AND, WIFE. Attachment. ,
ti October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of p'obate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT

9-4 k Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Ret'enne-Geor A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward,'Palatka. YOU writ of attachment has been issued

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

10, 1879, and does not change then GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. satisfy the demand of Geo.Wilson, Agent. /. -

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

ly"./1 jy THIRD CIRCUIT. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka. appear before W. S, Livingston, a Justice of !
r !, fi .F Spring Term- Sheriff( Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. the peace in and for Nassau County, on
,w 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

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

- in April.Columbia. County Judge-8amuell\IcInnis, Jasper. County :Treasurer?. S. Sutton; Perry. Plaintiff. '
?r. A 3d Monday after 4th :Monday Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Su-veyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Fernandina, Fla., January 29, 1885. 2m rpOWN

I' ; in April.: Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
., ,, ; ,,., Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday Collector of 'Revenue-John H. Lee.
r r SANTA ROSA. In the Circuit Court, Fernandina,
in April.:
Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid,
Fall Term- County Judge-John Chain. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU

" '/'t Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st. Monday: in Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. COUNTY, FLORIDA. Towns on R. R. Line.
', October. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. .
:,, an,,, Madison, 2d :Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams. And Cedar Key.

sa "s;, .,'(4'Y $, Hamilton, 4th 4 Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. GEORGE W. BAEE.J 1 In ChanCCf7l.

y ,. Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff( J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. $s. Order Divorce
r Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto. MARY ANN BIER ] ,
tL. in October..L4' .
County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
Ta.xes--J. F. Shands Brooks-
Columbia 3d Monday after 4th :MondayinOctober. Assessor of ,
It It appearing from the affidavit of GeorgeH. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
., xille. tine.ClerkBartolo Baer, the complainant in the above suit.
: :F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
: Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman that defendant, Mary Ann Baer, is absent
y.. v"SSfl Floral Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine number of the most eligible and desirable-
October. City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, from said State, and resides in the Districtof

FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine., Columbia Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
fel Spring 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. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. Mary Ann Baer, appear and City or Suburban Residences,
** Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. demur to said bill
Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.: answer or complainant's
k + Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Collector of Ret'ellue-'V. J. Martin. of complaint, filed in said Court in the
County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, UPON EASY TERMS.
? Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. county of Nassau, on or before the first
,1 Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C.. Knott, Sumterville. Monday in February, being the first day of

.. .. -. r 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 ReL'enue-I. N. Withers Lees-
? ,! : Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. of published in the Florida .Mirror a newspa-
: 1 St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent. per published in said city of Fernandina, parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
.d 4th Tuesday in September. Daniel D. Gillis.. of Schools-C. F. Venable,
.4 .. Clay Treasurer- I county of Nassau, for four consecutive
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector,of Revenue-William Tucker Sumterville.f weeks. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. Witness lion. James Mi ''Baker, Judge of

Nassau: 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. said Court and the seal thereof, this 31st erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
Duval, 1st Tuesday November. 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. JOHN A. EDWARDS, residence, or in which to conduct their

Spring' Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, Clerk Circuit Court,'Nassau Co., Fla.
Sheriff-Andrew Scott. Live Oak. Fernandina Fla. 2 1886. Business.
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. January ,
i r Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, -
.. Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. --- -
;' "<., Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John Anderson.. Welborn. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
+ ";,' w March. Superintendent of Scliools-Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

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

Nmpr ( March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. bG-
h" Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner. Enterprise. taxation, offered by the several cities and

r' ,l s. in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. -
'iaaJf M. Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. The Best Newspaper in America, towns. Apply to

; +;t i i Snmter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New and by far the Most Readable. CHAS. W. LEWIS,
ll I Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. Fernandina.

1",+ Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA, COUNTY. Agents wanted everywhere to earn stairs)
pOffice, Duryee building (
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J.= ,H. Tucker, Mon in .the Sun's Pre- up
m Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. County Judge-R. S. Smith; money; distributing.. corner Centre and First streets.
Crawfordville.ClerkNat. '
in November. Sheriff-Charles S.Alligood, 'mi ms:

. ,. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Walker, Crawfordville. .
C; SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts The most interesting and advantageous "< t'l S*,. ,1'r" ..
Spring Term. County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. :, 0__-' : .

, x r t, W Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. offers ever made by any News-..
e Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- .

( n ,t Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew fordville. paper. .y I. .

i Dade, 3d Monday in April. Troy. Collector of Ret'enue-J.. J. Pearce, Craw- No Subscriber ignored or neglected. .. >

. ,yw fall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. 'Morgan, New fordville. Something for all. '. .':';.,' ,;
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. '

; Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Ret'cnue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. Beautiful Substantial Premiums in ".0'. :,.,.,4;.;.11,:c'a,': .. .. ..'

)'4 BrcV3rd.4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. :McLeod. Standard Gold and otherWatches.Yaluable -" ."..",

Monday in November. LEON COUNTY. Sheriff John McSween.. Books, the Best Family Sewing Machine 1:1,1; e.i :'
Cnnty Officers. County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. Collector Treasurer James E. Bowers.McLeod.. known to the trade, and unequaled list 'f t1".' ':'". :t
Sheriff-John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. of Ret'enuc-'V. of objects of real utility and instruction. ;,:r t. tl
Supcrinteiident C. Gnnn.
sY ALACHUA. Clerk C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. of Schools-C. -.' ,.
' "1 County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. Rates, by Mail Postpaid: : "Jf. : r"-

ville. Tallahassee: DAILY Year ': .c:; 'r -
per (without Sunday) $600 .
' i County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. *"-, : '
CkrJb-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. ,
50 .
'Clerk-D. D. Melvin. per Monthwlth011tSunda( ) ,',; -f--: -
Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector Ret'cnue-C. C.
Y of Pearce, Talla-
-. SUNDAY Year I 100 .
"r Sheriff S. W. Davis. per Z1'.;' ,
+ Collector of Revenue-II.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. < =\
4 I ville. LEVY COUNTY. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 700

P Superintendent of Schools-" N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Collector of Revenue-John Roche. WEEKLY, per Year I 100 C .
4l Gainesville. Superintendent'of Scliools-Henry Bush. Address, THE SUN, New York City. -' F- M
Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. .

BAKER COUNTY.: Collector of Rertnttt'V. H. Anderson, "y3, "', ,- )<:;;" ,_'>--'J. ,
I County JUdge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. COTTAGE JAMES McGIFFINCONTRACTOR -." .

1 i Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson.Sheriff of Schools-Jos. P. DePass, LUCY ..0:, ,", ,

t e f i Collector J.of W.Rc.enue-J.Vanbuskirk W.,Burnsed Sanderson., San- Bronson. LIBERTY. '..' : Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, /\J AND BUILDER >" ,

t 'P' derson.Superintendent of ScJiools, -:Wm. Lessen, Clerk County-A.Judge J. Wooldridgc.=R. Hosford. FERNANDINA., FLORIDA. Alachua Street, between Second and Third,

: Sanderson. f
Sheriff-D. G. Harrell.: Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished,withor FERNANDINA, FLA.
1 BRADFORD COUNTY. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts.' "" c NOTE-HEADS LETterHeads -
without board. Table Boarders will be TIILL-HEA.DS. ,
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. I Collector of Rerenue-L. G. Wilder.:' accommodated; also transient. Orders and estimates from a distance care- ..D Cards etc., neatly printedat
Clerk-Henry F.York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools- .TJ.Gregory. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOIPSOX.a fully attended to. 25-t: the.MIEKOR office.'C' ..
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : lARCH f 13. 1886. "

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LA.KE'S I $ .A.DLISHED: 187G.I Savannah Florida
& .
HOW BRICKS ARE MADE. Western R'y. .Ar.Int'rlachE'n.1.22; a m' 7.12: p mAr.JT&KVJunc..7.40am
'I S.iopni'Ar.

1 L '*' *J WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 4.55 p m
S11e Latest Utilization of Waste--Solid DRUGS and MEDICINES Ar. Jacksonville......... 1.22pm 7.12pm

Vitreous ,Tiles and Brick. ] JEWELRY STOREOffers ,, All trains of this road are run'by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE_
is the of saving. ((90th) Meridian time which is 33 minutes -
This "By-prod- ,
age slower than For Ocala Leesburg..... ............ )) Fast Mail
ucts" has become a commercial term. It r '* .'* '* '* 1 HORSEY & CO. Jacksonville time.ON For Pemberton's.Ferr)' ............ }
means the materials resulting from manufactures For Astor-.j 11.45
a m
and commonly.called waste or for the approaching Holidays! a fine and after Sunday, May '3d, 1885, For palatka............. ) Ex.Sun. ......_......

useless matter. The latest utilization of assortment of Solid and Rolled follows Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas For Jacksonville.......} ........... ......_......
waste is in the manufacture of plate and : ,For St. Augustine.... 3.00am 2.05pm

mirror glass. Mirrors and this of plate-glass the haveto J" :::E1-VV'E1:: :i:... E=I.yo Leave Jacksonville daily 7:30 a m TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE. ;:

be polished, means grind- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Frrn Pemberton's Ferry ............ ) Fast Mail i
ing away of the surface of the plates of Ladies and 'Gentlemen'sGold Centre Street, Arrive at Callaahn daily at. 8:08 a m Frrn Astorand Leesb'rg .............}[ ...... ....... I

glass. The work is done in machinesthat Arrive at Waycross daily at.l.......10:00) a m From Ocala................ .............' 3.05pm;

rub the glass with heavy woolen Arrive! at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 m From palatka........... ] Ex. Sun. .............. '
p .
rubbers inclosed in iron frames. These Silver Watches, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......_ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... > ......_...... ..............
I rubbers are kept wet, and between the Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m From St.Augustine...J 9.30 p m 12.45 p m ,

I glass and rubbers is placed fine, sharp CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS, JEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- Arrive Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.

quartz-sand. The glass is quickly worn of FRESH and PURE FOR- Arrive atlMobile daily at_. 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta-

down by the cutting action of the sand, Silver Ware in Large' Variety EIGN and.DOESTICi Arrive at;New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m tula, etc.:

and the sand itself is reduced to a fine i. Connecting at Chattahoochee with 'Pensa- Leaves Leesburg..........................10.30 a m

powder.The Drugs and Chemicals cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45pm
water sweeps away the minute par- ;ui SPECTACLES.'tREPAIRING cola. Mobile, New Orleans.Texas, all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only-after

ticles of glass and sand as a slimy mud, a Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Mississippi points. Passengers for'Brunswick noon trip :

by-product, until recently considered to PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT i take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg.......................... 5.20 p m

be utterly valueless. This mud containsin REASONABLE. RATES. Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Pullman B. & W.'Buffet R. R. at Sleeping 7.40 p. m.Cars on this

the form of fine powder about 15 percent train Savannah
to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .
of glass and about 2 per cent. of iron No Fancy Prices to,Pay for Style. I FINE TOILET ARTICLES, and New Orleans.

dust from the rubbers. The rest is sand Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa It!
and water. The glass plates after this I Call and examine my stock. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., to Cincinnati via Jesup. Key West Railway and fast river steamersfor

process are still dull and have to be polished Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- St. Augustine, Green Cove Spring Jacksonville -
again with fine emory and rouge. -WLAKE, IN GREAT VARIETY. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST and all points North East and
West and with up-river steamers for South
This waste mud was usually stacked up I
Street. :MAIL. Florida also with the
Centre ;! Physicians'rescriptions ; new twin-screw iron
in great heaps anywhere to get rid of it. l
The new plan is to dry the mud, knead it Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885. carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at Leave Jacksonville daily 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka" and steamship I
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.1200 m "City Monticello, for Charleston, New tl l
to cause the glass to be well mixed with reasonable prices. Leave Chattahoochee at ..:..........12:00 m York Boston, Philadelphia, etc. 1
the sand and to mold it under great --- -- -
pres- '. Leave Thomasville at. 2:10 p m Mail trains make close connection both :
sure into bricks, tiles and building stones. RAILROADS Leave Callahan daily 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West f

These tiles and bricks are then placed in a NEW GOODSIN Arrive at Waycross daily 5:05 p m Railway at Jacksonville, with Atlantic CoastLine i
and fired till the melts and Arrive at Fast :Mail.
kiln, glass Jesup daily 6:38 p m #
binds the sand into solid vitreous blocks. Florida Railway & Navigation Co Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m At Wait's Crossing with Florida Railway

The iron in the sand is also reduced, THE- Arrive at Charleston: daily at........ 1:53 a m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .It

and if there are other materials in the Arrive at Washington.D.C., daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &

mass, they readily combine with the silicaof THE KEY LINE; Arrive at New York daily at......... ,8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee Savannah -
the sand. Clay and kaolin have also Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, New Orleans and all points North i
CITY e MART CENTRAL (IOTA :MERIDIAN) TIME. Savannah to New York without change. East and West; and with Florida Railway
been added to make fire-bricks, etc. The &
Navigation Companyfor Cedar
tiles and bricks are said to be light, strongand SCHEDULE IX EFFECT FEB. 22, 1886. EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa.At Key,

of good color, and have already found -- Leave Jacksonville daily 7:20 p m Ocala, with Florida Railway & Navigation -

many uses in the arts.-Demorest's Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m Company, and hacks for Silver
Monthly. "a" means A. M.: time "p" means P. M. time. Leave at Callahan daily 8:35: p m Spring.

Leave Gainesville daily 6.00 p m At Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake
Overtaken by Their Nemesis.It Head down. Read up. Leave Live Oak at 8.55 m
M. DOWNEY 8.00 a 3 Lv Jacksonville..........Ar H 7.30 p p Eustis Division of the :Florida Southern
is a remarkable fact that all the principle 8.45 a Lv Baldwin..... .........Ar g') 6.46 p Arrive at DuPont daily at.11:00 pm Railway and boats on Lake Harris for
personages connected with the 10.10 a Lv Lake City.:...........Ar u> 5.1p Arrive at Waycross daily at.1055 p m points on lake.
invasion of Mexico and the at- 10.57 a eT2 Lv Live Oak.............Ar gg 4-27P Arrive at Jesup daily at.12:55 a m At Pemberton's Ferry with Hack Line
iniquitous ,
11.53 a E o Lv Madison...;............Ar 3. 3.27 p Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m for
extensive Brooksvilla
Has his and Tuckertown
tempt to destroy its republican institu- : now opened large 12.15 p :;::t3: LvIonticello..Ar wg 1.50 p Arrive Fort Dade
at Albany daily at.10:30 a m
have died violent deaths stock of Foreign and Domestic Tallahassee..Ar 2 Tampa, and South Florida.
tions 211 Lv 1.05
or are P gg:: ::: p
to-day objects of commiseration.Theworld 3.12 p >"S Lv Quincy.................Ar :P.E;:;? 11.59 a Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a ru O. W. BROMWELL
Arrive at Macon daily 8:50
4.00 p toy Ar River Junction..Lv PO) 11.10 a a m General Pass.Agent.
knows the fate of Napoleon and his heir, 4.55 p o c Ar Marianna..:........_Lv :-o* 10.49 a Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p in SHERMAN CONANT
the sad but absolutely necessary execu- DRY GOODS 7.00 p *3:,.::L Ar DeFuniak Springs-Lv 'gO tl;: 8.40 a Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m General :Manager.,
tion of Maximillian, and the deplorable 10.35 p 'g :a: Ar Pensacola.Lv s-o 5.05 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45
3.10 a .::": Ar Mobile.................Lv g g 12.20 a p in
condition} of the ex-Empress Carlotta, 8.15 a 'fi Ar N'ew Orleans...v..Lv 7.00 p Arrive at Washington daily.10:30 a m
whose insatiable ambition drove her mad. -AND- 6.50 a rn 3 Ar l\Iontgomery..Lv o Mo g: 8.40 p Arrive at New York daily at.... ... 5:30: p m Traveler's Guide.

Metz sealed the doom Bazaine. The 7.25Pa: 8 Ar Nashville-............Lv &'" 6.55u Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via 1
............. 2V
FAMILY GROCERIES 1.40 a.s: Ar Evansville Lv 1.00 a .,
almost omnipotent Marquez, who 8.00 a a; Ar St.Louis..Lv ;3 7.15 p Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Travelers Guide is, as the heading

wrought such mischief during the"second 2.20 a a :a: Ar Louisville............_Lv &o' 1.00 a Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of infor-
empire," is to-day keeping a cafe chantantin CONSISTING IN PART OF- 6.35 a ; a Ar Cincinnati............Lv s| 8.45 p, Connections' at Atlanta with Western and mation the traveling public. To be relia-
Paris. :Many of the traitorous Mexicans 9.4oa-g Ar Indianapolis .........Lv o 3.5P/ Atlantic and East .Tennessee, Virginia and ble, it should be correct. The managers of
10.55 Ar ...............Lv 3.45'
and Cashmeres Merinos a & Chicago ? p Railroads for all West and
who would gladly have sold their countryfor English Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Georgia points the different railroad and steamer lines will
title or place ,;are now paying the Alpacas, Delaines, Satines, Lusters, Prints, Baggage checked through. Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to' make it so
penalty of their unholy ambition, and Seersuckers,a choice lot ofFamily Blankets Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- by: notifying us of changes made in the running -
Flannels of all colors (Red, Blue ville to Louisville via Thomasville. time when will be
numerous foreign officers who, unmindful i Central and Southern DiviSions-Quick Line, ,they promptly cor
White, Brown, Olive, Opera etc.,) Connections at Montgomery with Louisville rected.]
ot human rights, sought only "fame andfortune' North and East.
Irish Linens Towels and Nashville Railroad for New
in Mexico, have already been nnilc \'s. Table Linens and Cov- FERNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE BRANCH. Orleans and Texas points and the West and
overtaken by their Nemesis.-Cor. Chicago '- (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. f
ers of beautiful design and Northwest. At Savannah with Central
Times. finish, Irish and Hamburg T 7.20 a 2.50 p, Fernandina..._Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p Railroad of Georgia for all points West and Day Passenger Train leaves-
Edgings: Embroideries, 8.45 a 4.35 p Ar Jacksonville.....Lv 9.45 a 5.10 p Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail For CedarKeyantlWildwoodand

The Career of Joseph Arch. Laces and Shawls, (SUNDAYS ONLY.) way for all points North, with steamshipsfor all points on Transit Road........10.00 a.111.

One of the most remarkable men in the 7.00 a 3.30: p Lv Fernandina.Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p New York Boston and Baltimore. At Savannah and all points North
British parliament is Joseph Arch. Fifteen 8.26 a 4.56 p Ar Jacksonville..Lv 9.10 a 5.30: p Charleston with steamships fur New York and West................................10.00a.m.
r Ar READY-MADE CLOTHING -- and Baltimore (connecting at Callahan.)
: Philadelphia ,
years ago Arch was a common farm ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS For
Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
laborer, supporting himself and family on between Jacksonville and Orlando and Jacksonville and connections and points on the Florida Central &
$4 a week. His wife could read and write and New Orleans. Steamship Baggage Western Railroad..10.00
Checked Also Car berths m.
when he married her and she taught him Broche'e (plaid and all- CONNECTIONS through. Sleeping '
: (connecting at Baldwin.)
and sections secured at Company's office inAstor's ,
"Wbol Broadcloths Doeskins
all she knew. After learning to read, ), At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for
Train arrives
84 and Depot
Building, Bay street, at Day Passenger
Satinet Jeans. Cotton
Palatka and all Catherine with
at St.
Arch his in ;
spent nights reading
every Flannels::, White Goods. Shirt- Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, Ticket Office and on board People's From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
thing he could get hold of. He began organizing ings, Sheetings, Gents' Furnishing Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburgwith Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m

labor unions among the farmers Goods, Hats. Caps, Umbrellas, Boys steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, and JENNIE, LANE. From Savannah and all points in
and speaking to them. This made him and Gents' Suits of latest and finish Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55 p.m.
disliked by the landlords and it 1, Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor;at Orlando General Passenger From Tallahassee Pensacola. and '
was a ,Trunks,Valises, Satchels Ladies and with South Florida) Railroad for all pointson Agent.R. ,
difficult matter for him to get work. Gents' Shoes, Gaiters, Hosiery, Ladies and their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat G. FLEMING, Superintendent. all points on the Florida Central

Last summer the new franchise bill : Children's Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear Company, for Gull coast points,including Tarpon & Western Railroad................. 3.55p.m.

made voters of 800,000 tenant farmers, and I Springs Manatee, Tampa, etc. I Florida Southern Railway Co. Night Passenger Train leaves ,

Arch for the first time found himself a For Wildwood.......................... 5.00p.m.
freeman. With plucky audacity, this For Savannah and all points North

newly-emancipated serf stood for parlia- Tourists portant by this point Route in Florida.which can reach nearly can every be im- ORANGE BELT- ROUTE. and West................................ 5.00 p.m.

ment, and was elected over the great Tory said of no other Line. SOUTH. (connecting at Callahan.)
magnate, Lord Henry Bentinck.ew The most direct route to all points North, East GOING Night Passenger Train arrives
Accom. Fast Mail.
and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most
Orleans TimesDemocrat.A Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. From Cedar Key Wildwood and
Hattings: Rugs, Oil-Cloths, etc. Read down. Read up. .Jacksonville, via t all points on the Transit Road... 9.45; a. m.

Man Who Wanted His Overcoat.It 9.00 p ......... Lv New York..Ar ......... 8.00 a J. T. & K.W. It'y. 7.45 a.m From Savannah and all points in
was the hour of cold Also nice line of and 12.20 p ......... Lv Philadelphia..Ar ......... 4.40 a Lv. St. Augustine: :via the North and West................. 9.45a.m. &f
pinching a : a Crockery, Queen's 4.10 p ......... Lv Baltimore.........Ar_........ 1.30 a John's ................ 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee_ and
frosty morning. The brigade had been China Ware, Goblets, Tumblers, Bowls, St. Railway
6.00 a ....._.. Lv Washington..Ar ........11.56 p all points on Florida'Central'' &
quietly ordered out under arms to resistan 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 Railroad. ..... ..
Western ..... ... ..
expected assault. The utmost silencewas 3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston.. ..Ar ......... 1.53 a Ar.Interlachen........... 6.30pm 10.50am 9.45a.m.
8.47 p ......... Lv Cincinnati........Ar ......... 6.50 a Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55; p m 11.31 a m FESNANDINA & ,JACKSONVILLE: R. R.
enjoined.: In the still anxious suspense A NICE LINE OF FURNITURE, 3.30 p ......... Lv Atlanta-'......-...Ar ........10.45 a Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 m 12.00 n'n
for hours the boys listened for evidences 7.01 p ......... Lv Savannah...,.....Ar 1.25 p 8.45 p p Train leaves daily, except SundayFor -
of the foe. At 10.20 a 4.15 p Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.00 a 3.55 p Lv. Rochelle 9.05 p m 12.20 p m Jacksonville........................ 7.20 a. m.
expected length a Furniture, Chairs .Tables, Spring 11.50 a 6.10 p Ar Callahan_.........Ar 7.30 a 2.21 a12.20p Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 p m For Jacksonville ........................ 2.50p.m.
chilled, shivering recruit, as if involuntarily Beds Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows ..12.50 12.50
Ar. Micanopy a m m
p Train arrives daily, except Sunday-
8.30 Lv Jacksonville..._Ar 6.15 a 2.35
talking to himself, broke out with, and a variety not mentioned here. p p Ar. Ocala.................... 2.00 a m 2.20 m Q
great 1.15 p 9.20 p Ar Baldwin..Lv 5.20 a 1.45 a p From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m. n
"Gosh all hemlock, I wish I had my over- 1.40 9.35 Lv Baldwin......_Ar 5.05( Ar. South Lake Weir... 525a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville...........;.......... 6.36p.m.
coat. Quicker than a flash came the response All the above was purchased by the Proprietor 2.:16p: p 10.42 p p Ar Lawtey..Lv 3.46 a a 12.18 1.19p p Ar. Leesbnrg.............. 7.00 a m 3.55 p m Sunday only-

from an old vet by his side: "You 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 .............;......10.36 a.m.
keep still or you will get a wooden one." VEUY LOWEST FIGURES, and will be 3.25 a 11.45 p Ar Waldo..Lv 2.30 a 11.08 a Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00pm From Jacksonville ....................656pm. ;
-Chicago 'l'ribune.Dangerous sold at a small \'ingprofit FOR CASH. 4.25 a......... Ar Gainesville,....Lv .....?.10.05 a For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.111.
5.16 te Ar Archer......:.:...Lv J9.11 a Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns
Having been established in East Florida p \ For Jacksonville ........................ i
5.49p *V ArBronson........._Lv g 8.36 a & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m 3.30 p. m.
Knowledge in Uruguay. since 1853: and in this'city since 1861,! hope 7.50 a Ar Cedar .Key......Lv 6.40 a Ar. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.45 p m MALLORY LINE
The legislature of has I and expect to receive 'u' large share ;of the 4.15 12.48 Hawthorne..Lv 1.35 10.20 a
firmed the suicide law Uruguay making it unlawful con public patronage,and will endeavor to make 5.53 p p _......a. Ar Silver Spring_.Lv' ........a. 8.47 p Lv. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.55 p m For New York direct, every Wednesdayand
.... .......... ............
6.15 n 2.40 a Ar Ocala...............Lv 11.15 p 8.34 a Ar. Altoona_ : 5.30pm Saturday evening.
for a newspaper to publish details of 7.25 p 4.25 a A Wildwood..Lv 9.34 p 7.26 a' Ar. Astor...._............... Daily. 6.45pm From New York direct every Tuesdayand
voluntary departures for the land of the +THE ,CITY MART +- P.05 p ......... Ar Panasoftkee......Lv' ......... 6.40 a Lv. Fort 1\Iason..10.00 a m 5.00 p m Friday 3.00 .
silent majority. In the course of the last 11.10 p ......... Ar Withlacoochee-Lv ......... 5.30 a Ar.'Eustis...................10.10 a In 5.10 p m p.m.ChIARLFSTON
7.57 5.07 Ar 8.55 6.55 a k FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
twenty years the little republic has lost :in the future, as in the past!! one of the most 8.25 p p 5.45 a p .Tavares..:.........Lv, 8.25 p p 6.30 a Ar. Tavares................10.40 am 5.30 p m
one-tenth of its population by an exodusto popular Stores in the city.iI 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 Palatka, by City of

Chili and Peru, ,for south of the Isthmus ,offer my best thanks for past favors. ........._ 1.40 p Ar Tampa ;..?.........Lv ......... 6.00 p, GOING NORTH. Palatka or' City of From Monticello Charleston, every Mondayand

too, the tide of, emigration is setting LIMITED.EXPRESS.. Fast Mail. Thursday. same days.
Daily. For Charleston
toward the setting sun. The patriotic M. DOWNEY. 8.30 a .......? Lv..Jacksonville..Ar ......?. '4.23 p by same steamers every
......... .. Daily. Sunday and Wednesday. From Paiatka arid
8.53 a Lv .White House..Ar......... 3.58
legislature should make it a misdemeanorto Fernandina_ Nov. 14,1885.R. 9.10 a......... Ar Baldwin_........Lv ......... 3.38 p p Lv. Astor .................... ............ 7.30 a m Jacksonville same days.CUMBERLAND.
sell maps of western South America. '-'-- ...-- I Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m ROUTE.

Felix L. Oswald in Cincinnati Enquirer. days and Saturdays at 5.10p. m..connecting with Lv. Altoona................. 8.50 a m
.: S. SCHUYLERARCHITECT., the elegant steamships of Mallory'Line: sail- Lv. Tavares':.............;.. 3.50 p m 8.55a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Brunswick
Wealth Not Given to Gluttony.A ing semi-weekly for New York direct. Lv. Eustis. ......... ......... 4.20 p m 9.15 a m daily at.................-........... 2.SO p.m.
distinguished New York physician, : _- SEA ISLAND,ROUTE. (connecting at Brunswick withE.
-Ar.'at Fort Mason from
T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand
having listened to the\record of a million.aire's Steamer St. Nicholas between Fernandina and Lane Park................ 4.30'pm 9.20 a m
Savannah, leaves Fernandina Mondays, Wednesdays Western points.)
bill of fare remarked pointedly: FOR BUILDING OI\ ,ALL Ar. at I.'ortIason from
and .Saturdays, upon arrival of evening SteamerThos.Collyer.from Brunswick -
"The average rich man of New York is DESIGNS with Plans Astor...........;...........: 9.40 a in
Details, Specifications trains arriving at Savannah the following morn- daily ut......................._..12.1.p.Ill.
not a gourmand. The food eaten on Fifth and Superintendence. ing. Leave Savannah Sundays- Tuesdays and Lv. Fort :Mason._......... 9.50a m
avenue costs less every day than that Thursdays, p. m., reaching Fernandina the following Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.35 a m ST. MARTS RIVEK.
a.m. Connections at Savannah with all
Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
eaten on any other avenue of the city? A rail lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 a m
DURYEE For St. and Crandall Tuesday
vast deal more be spent for service WILLIAM B. C. and Savannah vessels to and from New York and t- Marys -
may Leesburg .............. 10. a m
but food itself is eaten in less quantities Boston, and at Fernandina with trains for all Ar. and Friday........................ 3.00p.m.
Florida points. Ex.Sun. :For Marys'and Dungeness on '
and in less the rich than MERCHANT ,
'ariet'by by the COMMISSION i BRUNSWICK AND'INLAND S. B. CO. Lv. Le(' hurg............... 6.30 p m 10.45 a m Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m.
poor of New York.-"Halston" in New Lake Weir..., 8.10 m 11.18 a m For St. and
York -A D- Connects at Fernandina daily from and to Ar. South p Mary's King's Ferry,
Times.A Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. Ar. Ocala....................10.30 p m 12.25 p in Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.
Very Comprehensive Definition. Mnuf cturer of Southern Pine Lumber, Collyer leaves at 2.00 p.m.A. Ar. Micanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 pIn Steamer Martha an-ives-

"What is soul food?" inquires a constant General and Ticket.o. MACDONELL Jacksonville Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 a m 2.35 p m From St. Marys and Crandall on

reader in one of our religious exchanges. BY THE CARGO, Fla.Passenger, Agent, Lv. Rochelle............... 3 50 a m 2.40 p mAr Monday and Thursday...........- 7.00 a.m.

Soul food is what keeps an editor fat when D. E;}MAXWELL Geii.Sup't. Gainesville............. 4.20 a'm 3.05pm From St. Marys and Dungeness,

he tries to publish a newspaper according For Domestic or Export Trade, I send for our Select List of Lv. Gainesville.............. 3.00 a m 2.05 p mLv. on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a.m

to his honest convictions. ADVERTISERS Geo. P. Rowell & Co. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m From St.ary's and King's Ferry,
Ledger. Chicago FERNANDINA FLORIDA. 10 Spruce Street, New York. Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a m 3.24 pIn Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00 p.rnA'N.FJ


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,., f THE, FLORIDA MIRROR : :MARCH 13, 1886.

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ii l THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Board of Trade. Mrs.- Grundy Says Notice' to Voters.

) ., ....." The Board of Trade met in regular meet- That one of the most unreliable state- The following gentlemen have been ap-
it{ ....' ing on Monday afternoon at four clock, ments she has noted lately, is that daily set pointed as inspectors' 'election at the'following -
;*. "rit. _t.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS forth on the face of Mode Bros' illuminated places designated, for the election for Fresh Garden Seeds
.', "HRj;. .... "' ? with a large number of the members pres- clock. municipal officers, to be held on Monday, ,

ti Th!.1tmt: : y Beflectl ons."h ent and President W. B. C. Duryee in the That it is a high old time jeweler Lake has April 5th, 1886: J 3-- CROP OF '85 -

{;"''' ". chair. been indulging in lately At Precinct No. Mayor's Office City of
: 1 rs Mr. Chas. F. Jf nhall.Ieft for New York ,Fernandina-Charles John Gordon
: Noyes, -
That sedate witha
The Board of Governors announced that a very gentleman, In in bulk at
or ,
! and F. Lewis papers
.tll5.1 by thesteamship: Carondelet Thursday noon. ministerial aspect, was noticed one day George
Mr. M. A. Williams and Emil 0. Friend had
ret'1. H. R. Duval, Receiver of the F. R. & N.f last week endeavoring to carry home a half At' Precinct. 'No.2Capt.Yestberg's old
: i been elected as members, which was approved of kerosene in bag without store. Old Town-T. A. Acosta Romeo FRED W. HOYT & CO'S
t gallon a paper
! '' t r '4 Co., is again at the Egmont for a day or two. and
Denegal Charles Williams.W. .
by the Board. disclosing the contents. It is needless to .-
:; -t fj Miss Blanche Curtisse in the "Farmer'sDaughter" H. POPE, Mayor.
! The president then announced the following say he did not succeed.
!}iW t at Lyceum Hall next Thursday That minstrelsy.still has an attractionfor GEO. :E. WOLFF, City Clerk.
. ; standing committees : Fernandina. Fla., March 12,1886.Masonic. ,
1Ji.. +!i ,night. everybody and his wife, and they were both
; ,
. r.'I' On Grain, Hay, Flour, Groceries and Provision*-
m; Mrs. C. Caldwell left on Saturday last for numerously represented at the Hall Tuesday -
f: cric Messrs. Fred W. Hoyt,H. E. Dotterer, E.P. Noyes, night: .
Ji. { New Orleans, to visit her daughter, Mrs.
. G f ;t :riIll1i. Emil 0. Friend.On That some party needed the attention of Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. & A. M., meetsin
;4 ;tl Kr i Kate Wolff.Baird's Hardware and Building Material*-Messrs. R. the police last Thursday night, and evi- regular communication Monday even-

!a 4 ,.1.f 4i m Minstrels took about $100 with S. Schuyler, M. Downey, George F. Lewis, R. L. dently did not get any. They fired pistolsor ing next March 15th, at 7 o'clock, standard Corn Oats Hay Bran
; ri ;(J them from Fernandina. They played to a Arnow.On guns at frequent intervals during the time. All Master Masons in good standing ,
' '!w :Vi'i' )f:!\tI crowded house. Dry Goods,Boots and Shoes Messrs. Thomas night, and a bullet struck but a few feet are invited. Lodge room, corner of Second

>:, !, .Ar:.. ,l t been Kydd, S. A.:Mode, J.H. Prescott.On from where she was taking her tea! and Broome streets, second story. DEED FEED, RICE FLOUR, ETC.
; ,4 'H Mr. F. "NV. Marshall has appointed That "sitting up" with a Fernandina girl
4 Produce and Commission-Messrs. George R.
;;: Gov. inspector of lumber and be a mighty pleasant pastime, but remember -
Perry an
'..,1, (...,., by Fairbanks, T. A. Acosta, P. Kelly, J. E. Med- Material.
it takes and Building
,:U. J ; t timber for Nassau county. daugh, C. II. Whitner. hominy to young keep house. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

4 ,h 1tj.c,!7: Hon. J. Augustus Johnson, of New York, On Earthenware, Drugs, Fertilizes, Paints and sell man he
'1v"II'f,' ..,:,. \ That when'you a something BRICK, LIME, PLASTER, ...
.?. 'rJ.: dJ is a guest of the Egmont. He is one of Oils-Messrs. W. F. Scott, R. V. Schuyler,J. D. wants-that's trade-but when you sell him
,' !:('.:, Gotham's most prominent' legal luminaries.The Palmer.On something he'Aoesnot want-that's business. CEMENT SHINGLES FRED W. HOYT & CO.
; ,
it' and Naval Stores Messrs. William That and adipose friend,
.;trf. )i'Y. yacht Montauk, of the New York Lumber our popular
.4n.t'.' Lawtey, J. C. Read, C. H. Huot, W. B. C. Duryee.On Sam L., has our deepest sympathy in his
:. Yacht Club, owned by Mr. Brooks, arrived SASH DOORS AND BLINDS
'1R' "" Real Estate-Samuel A. Swann, M. A. Wil loss-of twelve pounds avoirdupois during ,
.:f. :' ,"f .: in this port this week from a cruise in the liams, J. A. Edwards.On his late trip to the golden gate.
,, "'t ;ti That the agitating question now is, what PAINTS AND OILS.
('.: Bahama Insurance and Fire Protection-Messrs. C. V. Retailers of Tobacco
'; right has a right of way to make a highway
: .J: f.'.i. The Board of Governors of the Fernan Hillyer, J. A. Eilerman, W. E. Snyder.On where saws saw saw-logs as Duryee and .
: ,;:.eh; '.. dina Board of Trade meets at its rooms on Furniture and Miscellany-Messrs. W. O. Huot's saws saw. FRED W. HOYT & CO. ,

:l :' ) :' a': :Monday morning at 10:30. The Board itself Jeffreys, G. F. Avery,S. T. Riddell.On That the opening of First street will be CAN SATE MONEY BY BUYING

'l1..J a. will meet at 4 o'clock P. M. City and Suburban Improvements and Public looked upon with great interest by every When You Paint, FROM US.
rk-Messrs. Samuel A. Swann, Charles W. one who has faith in the honesty of the pro-
: : The Republicans will hold their masscandidates -
:74X --
i Lewis, G. Stark, John Hedges.On .
: f< /:, _,!,' meeting for nominating for Manufactures-:Messrs. W. II. Pope, F. W. ject.That the city should provide some means USE THE BEST PAINTS. THEH. WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE OR FOUR

' : ,. municipal officers for the ensuing at. whereby people who wish to land at the
i'I6 t year Simmons II. King, P. I. Courter. I FIRMS IN THE STATE THAT BUY
, 'r. .. J} Island City Hall next :Monday night. On Statistics and Market Reports-Messrs. W. A. foot of Centre street from small boats can do W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare
''''' r .. .- so. At present there is absolutely no place I
1't 't;;:'":. *:t\! The schooner Ruth Darling, which arrived Mahoney, Charles II. Berg, Theo. Starbuck.On where a lady could get ashore from small : LORILLARD'S GOODS
rt'f\: { ; here with steel rails for the F. R. & N. Legislative and Municipal Affairs-Messrs. II. craft aglow tide. I acknowledged to be of superior quality,
4 J. Baker, Samuel A. Swann, T. A. Acosta, Fred That" he who'' runs can read that sign. DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS
t '. 1/ j Co., is now loading with lumber for Payne, and
will cover much more than cheaperand
W. Hoyt, George R. Fairbanks.On on Horsey & Cos! store, as well as the mod-
rJi, Cook & Co., at the Broome street dock. Arbitration Messrs. G. Stark, Thomas Kydd, est one on the' fence near by.
|$t $; fl: The Committee of Trade and Transportation W. B. C. Duryee.On That the political pot is "a bilin'," and lighter brands. Sold only by e GET OUR QUOTATIONS.

.. } of the Board of Trade have secured a Appeals-Messrs. C. V. Hillyer, Charles H. somebody's tat is going to get into the fire.
2Zfr" /+.-4,j.A.{V..fj f : reduction of 50 per cent. in the rates of Berg, George R., Fairbanks. N. B.-This is not personal. FRED W. HOYT & CO. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
That we trust .the good people will not
a, tr i.:'..!.. ..'I:.-,"1" freight from New York by the Mallory Line. The Committee on Public Works was instructed neglect to avail themselves' of the excellent
' t', to inquire and report upon the which is be afforded
t : t ,,, The steamship Carondelet brought an immense opportunity soon to
:'_-"If 1.1'! ''' quantity of new machinery for the feasibility of filling in the marsh from them of installing a City Council of good
\ men and a model Mayor to rule and reign
''" Centre street to Escambia street, between
: *' Florida &
Railway Navigation Company.
1 Y' another brief
: us season.
.f : t. 4' Among the lot a new turntable for the Sixth and Twelfth streets. over That we thank the present officials for the FRED W. HOYT & CO.FFFFF

""ifV., '1t".:. shops I here.Receiver. The President appointed Messrs. GeorgeR. prompt manner in which they have served .
!St ,;.t.; ;tl-fsi Fairbanks, Samuel A. Swann, Charles the city-and drawn their pay ; for the
i :1tj} Duval, who was in the city this
: : : W. Lewis, Fred W. Hoyt and Thomas many advantages they have given us-to
Ri week, expressed his desire to commenceoperations emigrate. For the efficient police force they
t.,: the Kydd n committee to take action in the have maintained and kept so carefully from
t :I!' immediately on proposed extension -
: matter of receiving Mr. A. K. McClure: harm; for their persistence in making im- U U RRRR NN N II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEE
:*K7 tfiwu to Old Town of the roadbed of the
1t! '.. editor of the Philadelphia Times. promvements;for their hearty cooperationwith F U UR E NN Nil T U TJ E R E
:" :r ; F. R. & N. Co. his Honor in suppressing vice and San- F U UR.RNN NIl T U UR REF

E. .1... A. K. McClure, the able editor of the Receiver Duval in Town. cho Pedro. All these things will be held U URRNNNIITU URREFFFF

i\i/\: : ; 4-'I'I' Philadelphia Times, is making a tour of the Colonel Duval, Receiver of the F. R. & N in grateful remembrance. at the next elec- U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEEF

1" ':.'::1 i State and will probably it Fernandina spent Thursday in our city and, in company tion.That it is to be regretted that theedito- F F U U UR URRNNNIITU EN NNII T U UR R R REF E

ry't' ,),jf ',..f:,'1' before he returns. An invitation will bet with some of our citizens, made an excur. rial excursionists did not put in an appearance F U U R EN NNII T U R REF

t... -..;...\t t'f extended him by the Board of Trade. sion around the north end of the island viv That last their week sponsors; evidently labored tinder UUU R EN NN II T UUU R R EEEEE

'\( "P'J Dn J. G. Russell, a hom opathic physician Fort Clinch and Amelia beach, which was a misapprehension of facts concerningour --

1 l 1!. ,. ; of Chicago, has established himself in never more attractive than at the present facilities;

i ." this city. The Doctor, with his charming time. The line of the north jetty is distinctly That notwithstanding this misapprehension -

y F'' 1 t. wife, are occupying the Duryee cottage, next outlined at low tide and its prote ct- needs we had in ample the line facilities of photography for supplyingtheir ; Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second.

!?t, 'd"Ir: ;i door to the Tourist Hotel. We publish his ing influence during easterly winds plainlyseen. That the papers never failed to note the ,

r+' ; + 1 card elsewhere. Colonel Duval has made a very fact that at nearly every stop this interest- ,

Ji, ml The Fernandina Boat Club will have a pleasant impression on our citizens by the ing group of the brains and brawn of the N.
P. A. hastened to arrange themselves for a
tt. J ri' regular regatta and challenge race next clearness of his views and the amenity of study in photography ; -

r,4i,\!':; Iv. Thursday, March 19th. The Orilla has his manners. His energetic management of That unless they have become so mutualin

,M'. ; challenged the fleet for a race for the silk the great system of railway in his chargehas their admiration as to demand this per-
4 Mti' formance, she thinks Fernandina would
;;:;ii club pennant, now carried by the Undine, already developed its capacity and have entertained them in a much more sat-

,.t!,1, +!.'.:... i.! and it. bids fair for an interesting contest value. In a few months more it will be isfactory manner; .

....,: ;. 'i i,:":' ...t> over 1 t.j second to no railway in the State or the That it was unfortunate for them that II \

t' ,;',; ,1. '.(, Mr. N. B. Borden, representing Wm. D. South. General commendation of his man- they could not have ended up their tour w fT
tJ here and therefore have left the State with
,1. f i'".' Wheelwright & Co., of New York and Wilmington agement is given on all sides. The successof most favorable impressions of Florida's ad- I

\Tif- N. C., large dealers in yellow pine the F. R. & N. system means prosperityfor vantages instead of leaving from Jacksonville -

\: lumber, is in the city with a view to establishing Fernandina and the whole section with no impressions except what they WHITNER & SCHUYLER
i carried in their pockets in the shape of a
:, '4.\t k a branch office here. It is to be reached by its lines. Possessing the most photograph-of themselves and several

} hoped that he will decide to locate an agency central and well-located line, it must bee other fellows.
!\ '/1 I in Fernandina. come and always remain the greatest an d That the Board of Trade committee which I IIAPIE
lll' bowed such to obtain the lowestof
p4r ''a The S-m Antonio came in yesterday after- best railway system of Florida. On the re- eagerness
cut rates from the Mallory Line did so
;a 4 t. I noon with a full freight and a passenger list laid portions of the Western Division trains for the benefit of their customers ;

;li.li' J of about fifteen first-class passengers-four- have easily made forty miles an hour, and That if this proves to be the case it will
} teen ladies and one man Captain Wilder when the new steel rails are all down, having exhibit a much more magnanimous spirit
than she has been giving them credit for
: h u t\,, f is all broke up, and Purser Southwick is not the shortest lines, it can defy competi. That she will look for great reductions;in

.. ".h \ quite dead, but, like the Irishman, he is t ion. prices after the arrival of the next steamer,
i+9 spachless"-both of them talked to death.Mr. which brings its freight at 50 per cent. off -

ttJi l1I'u J. W. Johnson, proprietor of theQuincy The Next Great Attraction at Lyceum regular rates.
.t"; i: f: House, Boston, the largest hotel inters MARINE.

New England, has been visiting his former "ONLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER." -

chief clerk Colonel A. H. Haskins, of our The above thoroughly American play Port of Fernandina. VEGETABLES IN GLASS,
Egmont. He was charmed with Fernan- which is to be presented at Lyceum Hall on Saturday, Mar. 13............ 1:13 A.c. 1:37 P. H. DOMESTIC VEGETABLES IN GLASS,
: dina! and pronounced the Egmont one of Thursday evening, comes to us laden with Sunday, H............ 2:15": 2:42: "
3:21 3:49
;> +I the Monday, 15.
most complete, comfortable and best- good words from American city. It
every Tuesday 16............ 4:27" 4:57 "
I managed hotels in Florida.Mr. has been played yearly in New York City at Wednesday,II 17............ 5:3'. Ie 6:04 II DOMESTIC FRUITS IN GLASS,
Thursday, II 18............ 6:31: II 7:06 II
1 ""t'> R. S. Lukenbill, General Baggage one or more theatres every season for the Friday, 19............ 7:30: 7:58 IMPORTED SOUPS IN GLASS,
ft ,5i?, 4 Agent of the Florida Railway & Navigation past nine years; it has made an annual ENTERED.

Company, has been 'appointed General Purchasing visit to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Chicagoand Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dil wood.from BrunsWick

.v; : Agent for the Receiver. Mr. Lu- other principal cities, and always to Steam-packet, Georgia St. Nicholas, daily., Usina,from Savannah -t NO. 47 CENTRE STREET t

kenbill is an experienced railroad man, very large business. It is a play rich with MondayWednesday and Friday ; freight
and passengers, to Key Line(F.R.&N.)
", having been connected for many years, clean comedy, pure in its moral teachingand Mar. Steamship State of Texas, Williams, from
to his connection New York; freight and passengers, to IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
prior with the.Florida strong in its thrilling situations. It R. W. Southwick, agent.

Railway & Navigation Company's system, permits of most elaborate dressing and ec- Mar.Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from PRESERVES AND SAUCES,

s with the leading trunk lines of the West. centric bits of typical American characters, New R. W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers, to OLIVES AND OLIVE OIL,

Blanche Curtisse the beautiful star, in which is well improved by Miss Blanche Schooner Rebecca 8. Mulford, Hand,
tfe } Only a Farmer's Daughter," is just under Curtisse and her excellent company. Seats Schooner Wm. ;H. Kenney, Lipincott,

eighteen-that interesting period when girls now on sale at Horsey's. Perth Amboy; iron. IMPORTED CHEESE,
Schooner Palatka, Chapels, New York;
hover between angel and woman. She is a iron. DOMESTIC CHEESE,

pronounced blonde, with lustrous blue Shipments from This Port. CLEARED. CURRANTS, RAISINS, CITRON, .
Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Brunswick -
b ,yr eyes, about five feet five in height, and During the past week the following ship- Georgia, daily. CHOICE TABLE NUTS AND RAISINS,
'' "! weighing 150 pounds; round, full voice, ments were made from this port via the New Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina for Savannah
Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight FINE FRENCH CONFECTIONERY.
very expressive face and graceful carriage. steamship line: and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.) *

Her diamonds and'costumes. are marvels of Per steamship State of Texas, of the Mal- Mar. 6-Steamship State of Texas, Williams for A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE CAKES AND CRACKERS,
lory Line, for New York March New York; freight and assengers, by
;i ; good taste and elaborate outlay. 75,500feet R. W. Southwick agent. IN NEW VARIETIES.
lumber 20 barrels
rosin, 20 bales moss, Mar. Steamship Carondelet. John Risk, for
t Mrs. David C. Jackson, one of Cincin- 92 packages merchandise, 13 packages fresh New York; freight and passengers, by FRUIT BUTTERS, JAMS: AND JELLIES,
N 1 nati's most charming and entertaining fish.Per R. W. Southwick agent.
ladies, and who has been sojourning at the steamship Carondelet, of the Mallory 9-Schooner F. C. Yarnall, Scott, for Bruns- DRIED FRUITS. AND MINCE MEAT.
t Line,' for New York March 11-138 wick. Ga.,
t Egmont. the past five weeks, gave a delight cedar, 1,800 pounds fresh fish, 7 bales cotton VESSELS IN PORT.

ful 'petite super" Tuesday evening to a select 58 barrels orange wine, 3G cans shrimp, 40 British brig Alfred,Young, Bermuda.

p party of her friends at' that delightful packages merchandise, 12,000 feet lumber. Schooner Schooner William Rebecca II.S. Mulford Kenney,, Hand.Lipincott. 7 WHITNER & SCHUYLER #[

,1i. 4w, i: hostelry among whom may be mentioned, Schooner Palatka Chapels.
Steel Balls for the F: R. cC- N. Co. Schooner Meyer&Muller, Perkins.
)fr. and Mrs. J. W. Oakley and the Misses Schooner C. B. Payne, Hil ard, Charleston.
There isro.t 47 CENTRE STREET.
are now nearly 2.000 tons of steel
t M + Oakley, of Chicago; Miss Kittie D.Chandler Schooner J. B. Holden Scott, Philadelphia.
} rails in port for the Florida Railway fc Navigation Schooner William lla'es, Smith New York. I
a K and Mrs and Miss Campbell,of Cincinnati, Company. The'schooner R. S. Mul- Schooner Carrie Jameson, Collins, New York. A
r O.; Colonel and Mrs. A. H. Haskins ; Mr. ford is unloading:; 807 tons, and the schoonerW. ,
.4:,' and :Mrs. Taylor, of Richmond ; Mrs.-Muri IT. Kenney 500 tons, both at the Beech Dry Goods. l

dock and daughter, of New York, and street docks. The schooner Palatka will Remember the closing out sale in Dry
$ ;$ others. It was a most complete and enjoyable commence discharging 571 tons this morn- Goods, etc., at
'j '. affair. ing. PAUL FL KE S.


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