Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FLORIDA CLAIMS KILL IN an anticipated and subsequently actual outbreak In line 8 of section. ,2 strikVout the.l words, I: the Governor of Florida to the Inc.lian'trnst Filling in and grading street 450 fett .

THE 110 USE. of,the Indians, to call forth the militiaof "and to pay such sum so ascectainel! due the II I,fund and the proceeds of the sale were disbursed long, 25 feet wide including sidewalk -

-, the State, the force of United States said State" and insert ,the words, "and_ i for "expenses Indian hostilities" now there and cost of brid "_.$25
AND THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE. the shall and settle the claim of the State .the' Same distance of street, 30 feet wide and
TEXT then to adjust
inadequate which
on duty the State .
ITS troops this
of very expenses by bridge.................... ........ OQQ
Whereas under the joint resolution protection of the people. The report of the therefor, and shall pay such sum as may be bill asks the United States to pay. Same. distance of street. 5u feet wiiie'and

Congress approved March 3, 1881, directingthe Secretary of War (Ex. Doc. 203)) fully sets ascertained to be due the State thereon bridge.......................................... 405
Secretary of War to investigate the forth in detail the items of expenditure allowed WAR DEPARTMENT 1 Mr. Buchanan, of New Jersey, introducedthe Upon motion the bM f,.r $290 was ac
claim of the State of Florida against the and disallowed, the total amount WASHINGTON D. C. '21,1837. J I following amendment, which was ac- ,cepted.
States for the suppression of Indian of Sin 1.1 have the honor toacknowledge'thereceipt cepted by Mr. Dougherty: The resolution of
United found due the State being the sum of your letter of the Sth'instnnt, asking Alderman Stark, referring ,
hostilities between the years 1855 and 18(50, $224,618 09. an approval of the services of certain "Provided, That the ,balance, remaining to u revision-, of the. registration list, ',
the said Secretary of War did investigate It is established that the funds at the command volunteers called out by you/and in reply, State due ,of of Florida the direct tax, apportioned to the was, upon motion, laid on the table. ;
by the direct-tax act of August "
said claim, and ascertained the amount dueto of the executive of the State of Flori- the inform necessity yon of that their the services explanations is satisfactory as to, 5.'186!. be held, and treated us a proper- .fh'';Council: then adjourned. i

the said State to be $224,648 00, as returned da in the years referred to were insufficientto and orders have been issued ")_the officer set-off' against the claims of the State of I. i
to Congress in the letter of the Secretary equip, supply and pay the troops in the commanding in Florida to master: them in Florida in the adjustment hereih required HOTEL ARRIVALS. 'C
Congress '
22 1882 in Executive and out of the service of ,the, United State otherwise provide by -
of War dated May field, and relying upon the approval given obedient servant general law] releasing. all claims for said direct EGMONT HOTEL.

Document No. 203; and by the President of the United States, I Very JOHN respectfully B. FLOYD your,,Secretary of War tax or refunding- all payments of such Mrs H II Ditson and two children Atlanta 1
Whereas there were certain items in said through the Secretary of War, on the '21st His Excellency JAMES E. BROOME. tax heretofore made." Ga; D J Murphy Savannah. Ga; !
State claim which the Judge Advocate of day of May, 1857, of the services of these Governor of Florida. Saml Sch loch and wife New York- D H !
Merret and
the United States Army deemed best to "be volunteers, the State Legislature, in order to Dougherty. I yield to my colleagueMr. The City Council. Florence Merrett.wife. New Bessie Jersey MerretMiss J K Wil Ii

passed upon by the accounting officers of provide their equipment and maintenance, Davidson]. An adjourned meeting of the City Council hams, Alex Dean FOIIS ell, Jacksonville; I

the Treasury under proper equitable rules authorized the issue of 7 per cent bonds.A I Mr. Davidson, of Florida. )Ir. Chairman, was held at the Council room on Wednes- :Miss Annie McNiel. Miss Carrie Hutchin- _

provided by legislation in that behalf; and portion of the bonds, amounting toI I. this bill comes from the Committee on day.evening last, a full board being present. son and, Connecticut son, Georgia; C; W P Goodyear V McCracken, G W Adair New !

Whereas there is now held by the Treasury $132,000, was sold by the Governor to the Claims with a unanimous report in its favor. I The following i petition from Vincent York; T E Mclver, Jacksonville: H R Duval, +i
of the United States, in trust for the In- Indian trust fund of the United States, and I Its purpose is to effect a settlement betweenthe Traeye was read : two children and two nurses, New York j
certain bonds of the State To the'Honorable_ City Council of Femandina : Miss'Dnval and maid. Baltimore J A John
dian trust fund, the proceeds of such sale were disbursed by United States and the State of Floridaof ;
son, New York; F K Huger Wm M
Of Florida aggregating the sum: of $132,000 ; the treasurer of the State for the "expensesof claims held by each against the other. !honorable GENTLEMEN body to request put up permission a one-story of building your. Knoxville, Tenn; J D Nightengale Baxter, New ,I

and\ Indian hostilities" as appears from his Having this object in view, I introduced in on Centre street, where my fruit stand York; C )1 Stark I A Made G L Baltzell r
Whereas there has been credited upon the report to the Legislature for the year ending the House of Representatives of a former now is, the frame work only"to be wood city; Ed Delhount, Ocala; J D Palmer, Mon- t
ticello Geo
account of said bonds of the State of Florida October 31, 1857(Ex. Doc.203, Forty-seventh Congress a joint resolution, which is as follows to be covered with heavy sheet iron ; the Illinois; S; Alex LaRue Bennie, New,York Nashville; Geo Tenn-Kendall -
size of building to be 20x20 feet thereof
certain moneys due said State under the actapproved Congress, first session). Another portionwas : : to be covered with tin. ; Mrs S A Jones Elkland, Ind; J T Ives, {
l March 3, 1845, entitled "An act hypothecated to the banks of South : That the Secretary of War.. be, and he is I VINCENT TRAEYE. Northville. Mich: J W Bentley and wife, II
to the act for the admission of and for loan I authorized and directed to investi- R Yost, Pennsylvania; Rev R II Weller. 1
supplemental Carolina Georgia as security a hereby, The petition was granted, after a very ani- Jacksonville: A J Stone, Miss Myra Stone. i
Florida and Iowa into the Union, and for of $222,015, and $192,331 of this loan was. gate, ascertain and report Jo Congress, as mated debate, by the following vote : Mr James Stone, Pennsylvania; Mr and

other purposes;" and disbursed directly by a disbursing agent of I soon as practicable the amount of the Aye-Robinson, Dorsey, Walker, McDonald Mrs Hubert Lowe, Mr Percy Hoole, England \

Whereas certain other moneys are due the State in payment of expenses: of Indian claims of the State of Florida,for expendi, Austin and Wilkerson.No Bradley.; Mrs Pittsburgh A M Fuller J Wooten, Philadelphia; Miss
said State under the act approved March 2, hostilities," including pay of volunteers tures made in suppressing Indian hostilitiesin -McGiffin, Stark and Avery. ville; Isidore Acosta.; Florida; C Parker, E f

185T), entitled An act for the relief of pur- (Ex. Doc. 203, Forty-seventh Congress, first that State, between the 1st day of December The following communication from the R Langford Geo E Dodge, New York; R C It

chasers of swamp and overflowed lands;" session). 1855, and the 1st day of January 1860. Board of Health was read : Acker Rogers, Henry S Ferrer Florida; John i.

therefore, This case is one where the government, In making such investigation the said Secretary To the II+n. Council(of the City of Fernnndina: W Austin, Syracuse R Fulton Y Cutting; Mrllayard, W ,L England Breese.; -

Be it enacted, etc., That the Secretary of through the President of the United States, is directed to receive and consider Pursuant to instruction from the Board of New York; Saml A Swann R Lukenbill. I

the Treasury be, and he is hereby author- by the Secretary of War, promised to pay such testimony as he may deem necessary ,Health for Nassau county I respectfullycall city; Jno W Oatey, Virginia; Geo Wilson
the attention of honorable body to 'J
ized and directed to settle and adjust the these troops when mustered into the United or proper for or against claims, includingthe a report by the Inspector your of the Board of and wife Ward, Miss Lockwood Etta Staunton and Massachusetts t
; wife, Daniel
claim of the said State of Florida, as found States service, and they would have been muster-rolls of the State troops, and such Health, and on behalf of the Board ask the Conners, Utica, N Y; J H Burroughs. Florida I
and reported in said letter of the Secretaryof long since paid bv the government if so other official data as may be on file in the co-operation of the City Council in securingthe ; Jas A Ford, Wilmington, Del; Chas J f t
War, dated March 22, 1882,and under the mustered, but the mustering officer arrivedin War Department.In drainage of and filling in of the low Clarke and son, Pittsburgh; N B Borden. ''t
mentioned in the attached and
places report,
city Geo S Sturges Boston D
; D Drew and
acts above cited, and to pay to the said State the State after they had been musteredout submitting his report to Congress the to secure immediate action on the part'ofthe wife, Chicago; Jno R Andrews; A C Howe \
such sum of money as he may find to be due and the State was compelled to borrow said Secretary shall not include any payments owners of the lots mentioned in the report steam-yacht Nooya; Edwin Thrald, Miss I i
the said State (under the. aforesaid letter and money with which to pay them (see letterof or allowances made by, the State in ask that notice by resolution of, Coun- Franchot, Miss K H Franchot, New York; 'I
cil be served upon such pwn'ers, requiring Mrs,W L Tomlins 'Mrs W
H Owen
and also further sums that be Secretary of War hereto appended). of the allowed Chicago; I
acts, any may excess amounts by law at the them; within two weeks, to drain or fill in Mrs J D Crawford Brunswick Win
found to be due the said State on any other Congress has universally paid interestto: time in behalf,of troops !regularly! iu the service the said lots, or the.same will be"done;and and wife Wilmington Del; II;W Long and \
account); and*in*making such-settlement. .111C States ,w ere_lhey, have paid, interest. of the United States?& Stat., 529..)' ? I jthe property sold to pay the:expense;as' pro"vided'bv .wife. DA, Blodget, Miss C W Wood. Grand .'
\\esY\a\\ retain the whole, or so much thereof 'Ve'cite the cases where interest has been allowed This resolution was ,passed I by Congress, : 257. We section think if 49.such McCTellan's notice is Digest given; page, in Rapids, Mich; ;\VjJ Titus and ,wife, Ottowa. ..'

as may be necessary of said allowance or and paid for moneys advanced duringthe and in accordance with its provisions the I addition to the mandate of the Board, thatit (
settlement, and apply the same to the pay- war of 1812-15, as follows: Virginia, Secretary of War made the required investigation -I will not be disregarded. The lots belongto List of Letters f r + ,

ment of the principal and interest, or either, act March 3. 1825 (Stat. at L., p. 132)) ; :Maryland and report. From that the Florida Town Improvement Company Nassau Remaining in the Florida post-office at Femandina.
report, March
except one lot in block 44, which is county, 25th, 18S6.
of said bonds of the State of Florida held as act May 13, 1826 ((4 Stat. at L., p. 161)); which is found in Executive Document'203, owned, by Mr. S. A. Swann. Persons calling for these letters must say

aforesaid, or to the reimbursement of the Delaware, act 20,1826 ((4 Stat. at L., p, 175)) ; first session Forty-seventh Congress, it appears Respectfully, H. J. BAKER, advertised :
United States of moneys advanced by the New York, act May 22, 1826 ((4 Stat. at L., p. that the United States Government is Secretary of Board of Health. Baker, W Johnson. Mamie

United States on account of interest due on 192)) ; Pennsylvania, act March 3, 1827 ((4 indebted to the State of Florida in the sum The report referred to in the foregoing is Brock, J NBarnhart, CAW Nillian, MilliaOsinundson M M

such bonds, and shall demand of said State, Stat. at L., p. 241)) ; South Carolina, act of $224,648 09 for expenses incurred in sup- as follows : Calwell. Chas Rutherford,,J M
and allow to it, for the purpose of such set- March 22, 1832 ((4 Stat. at L., p. 499)) ; Maine, pressing Indian hostilities in that State dur- FERNANDINA, March 15. 1886. Cope, Home Raney. Ch
act of March n 1851 Stat. at L. To the President and Members of the Board of Cook, Ellen Rell Hammer
tlement, the rate of interest stipulated in p. 626)) ; ing the 1855, 1856 and 1857. .
Health Nassau
for : Calhoun, Alonzo Scott, Mrs W A
said bonds... Massachusetts and Maine, act of July 8,1870 Florida claimed instructions I
a larger amount, but the GE MEN-According to Clay Henry Sams, MSettaro. .
SECTION 2. That the Secretary of the Treasury ((16 Stat. at L., p. 193)). officers of the War Department in statingthe have made an inspection within the corpo- Colman, Julia Ettaro
For advances for Indian rate limits of the city of Femandina in relation Davis. G A Sussman'
shall allow said State to file such fur- and other wars account disallowed certain items becauseof ((2)) W
ther evidence as the State may have to establish the same rule has been observed in the following to drainage, and beg leave to make Edwards, James Stewart, Mrs Laura A
vouchers vouchers
missing unreceipted, the following report : Friedman, Daniel Sullins, Geo F
the right of the State to demand of cases: Alabama, act January 2G ((4 and lost muster-rolls. The Judge Advocate I find, upon examination that Alachua FriedmonDaniel Mrs Talma e. M S
the United States the payment of the itemsof Stat. at L., p. 344)) ; Georgia, act :March 31, General of the United States deemed it best, street, between Seventh and Eighth streets, Franklin, John Trapoll, Wm

said claim disallowed or suspended by theSecretary 1851 ((9 Stat. at L., p. 626)) ; Georgia, act as he states in his report, which is also foundin is shallowness in an unwholesome of the main condition ditch, owing leading to Gayer Huges Capt Amelia Chas L Williams Wittier Marv S'J
of War in the said March 3, 1879 ((20 Stat. at L. 385)) Washington
report of the p. ; this executive document, that these items into Escambia street. IngUsh, Russell Wilson, H G
Judge Advocate of the United States Army Territory, act March 3, 1859 ((11 Stat. "should! be passed upon by the accounting Lots 1 and 4, in block 44, are in bad con- Jonson, Julia Wrote Joseph
and to include in such evidence all other at L., p. 429)) ; New Hampshire, act January officers of the Treasury under equitable dition, owing to same cause. Miss L E Wright.HELD .
Cedar street, at the intersection of Eighth
payments made by said State for services, 27, 1852 ((10 Stat. at L., P.1)) ; California, act rules provided by legislation in that be- street, is in very bad condition, owing to defective FOR POSTAGE.
and to pay such sum so ascertained due the of August 5, 1854 ((10 Stat. at L., p. 582)) ; half." drainage.The Julius King, Cocoa, Fla.
said State. And there is hereby appropriated California, act August 18, 1856 ((11 Stat. at fit. block bounded by Dade and Elm, be- John G. Smith, Charleston. S. C.

out of any money in the Treasury of L., p. 91)) ; California, act June 23, 1000 ((12 One fact was ascertained beyond,doubt by tween drainage.Lots Third. and Fourth streets, needs, LucyIc'Vright, Tampa.. T. RIDDELL Fla.S. 1'. )f.

the United States not otherwise appropriated Stat. at L., p. 104)) ; California, act July 25, the investigation made by the Secretary of 1. 2 and 3, in block 62 is in very bad -- j
a sum sufficient to enable the Secretary 1868 ((15 Stat. at L., p. 175)) ; California, act War-that the General Government is indebted condition ; also, portions of Sixth street PRESS ASSOCIATION
of the Treasury to carry out the pro- March 3,1881(21( Stat. at L., p. 510)) ; and in to the State in the sum of at least between Centre and Dade streets. There seems to be some opposition to the
visions of this act. aid of the Mexican war (see statute of June :? ?4i4a: 09 after disallowing certain items. There is a pool of stagnant water collect- organization of the Associated Press of this
in the of the office occupied by the
ing rear
Section 3. That this act shall take effect 2, 1848)). And the General Government in addition to Mallory Steamship Company ; also, the one State. This body has been in existence for

immediately upon its passage. Attorney General Wirt, in his opinion on this amount is indebted to the State of opposite. owing to excavations made by the several years. But little interest was taken f

The amendments reported by the committee an analagous case, says: Florida on account of the "five per centum" Beach Railroad Company. in it, especially by the older members of the
"The expenditure thus incurred forms There is a low place in Fourth street, be- i
a the press. The last meeting, however, Gaines-
were read, as follows: accruing under act of Congress of March tween Calhoun and Dade streets.
debt against the United States which theyare
In lines 18 and 19 of section 1 insert after bound to reimburse. If the expendi- 3, 1845, entitled An act supplementary to Considerable water has collected on por- vitle brought together a goodly representation. -
the words "allow to it" the words "uponsaid tures made for such purposes are supplied an act for the admission of Florida and tions of Seventh street, just outside the city The meeting was lively and interest-

claim or claims." from the treasury of the State, the United Iowa into the Union, and for other pur- limits. Respectfully submitted, ing, and seemed to open up something
States reimburse the principal without in- J. A. ELLERMANN, Inspector.Thecommunicationuponmotion I associ-
work State
In line 8 of United ,States Statutes at practical to upon. press
section 2 strike out the words terest but if unable itself from the poses. ( :Large, i
. ; being ,
was referred -
ations are getting to be common in all the
and to pay such sum so ascertained due condition of its own finances, to meet the volume 5, page 788.) The amount due on
the said such State has been obliged to to the Committee on Streets and States, and if they do nothing more thancultivate
State" and insert "and shall adjust emergency, that account, as appears in a statement fur- '
borrow for the and thus to Drains to confer with the Board of Healthas fraternal this in
and money purpose feeling a country
settle the claim of the State thereforand nished me by the Commissioner of the Gen- i
incur a debt on which she herself has had to the best means of carrying out the in interest is gain at
so widely separated a
shall pay such sum as may be ascer- to pay interest, such debt is essentially a eral Land Office, was on the 30th day of June '
of the Board of Health.
tained to be due the State thereon." debt due by the United States, and both the last $40,736 94. The communication is in suggestions least upon the co-operative principle.
Mr. principal and interest are to be paid by the these words: Alderman Robinson gave notice that at Whether any practical :value will grow out
Dougherty. I ask that
the of
report United States (see Opinions of Attorneys the next meeting he would move to estab- of it is a question which,as yet, has not been
the Sir the estimated amount due the State
marks.committee be read as a part of my re- General, volume 1, page 174))." of Florida, on the 30th day of June last on lish by bill or ordinance the amended ordi- solved. The attempt at the last meeting to

Thus it will be seen that the precedentfor account of the 5 per cent. accruing to her nance for fire protection said to be in exis- adopt a resolution to regulate rates in adver-
The report (by Mr. Dougherty) was read, the payment of interest, under the rule under act of March 3, 1845, is $40,736 94." tence but not recorded.It tising failed. Editors and business mana-

as follows: adopted for the settlement of claims of war Moreover, the General Government owes was moved that the sum of $50 be appropriated gers of papers are capable of attending to

The Committee on Claims, to whom was of 1812-15, and Indian wars above cited, is the State of Florida, under the provisions of f sanitary purposes and opening their own business, or should be.o respectable -

referred the bill (H. R. :H877)) to authorize the established. the swamp land indemnity" act, approved drains. newspaper man will keep dead

Secretary of the Treasury to settle the claimof The committee are of the opinion that the March 2, 1855, and entitled "An act for the It was moved that all unexpended appro- ads in for the purpose of filling space.

the State of Florida on account of expenditures urgent necessity for the services of these relief of purchasers and locators of swamp priations be converted into a general fund 'Neither will they lower their rates beyond

made in suppressing Indian hostilities troops, and the action of the President and and overflowed lands"- (United,States Stat- for sanitary purposes.The reasonable compensation. We trust that

beg leave to submit the following re- the Secretary of War, are well established, utes at Large, page 134)). The exact amount following bills were ordered paid : our Press Association will keep up and increase -

port: and create an equitable obligation on the of that indebtedness I have not with me. G. Stark, committee expense to Jack- Much good'may result from it, and

In accordance with the requirements of part of the General Government, and as it As I have already stated, the object,of,the sonville.1..........................._.........$ 3.00J. we hope that our entire State press will
the joint resolution of Congress approved is clearly shown by Executive Document bill is to bring about a settlement between McGiffin, 2,200 bushels shelL........ 88.00Mr. give it their hearty support. But wheneverit

March 3, 1881, the Secretary of War has investigated 203, Forty-seventh Congress, that the Stateof the United States and the State of Florida. Meddaugh, late collector, presented a comes to be a lobbying, log rolling busi-'

audited, and made a report to Florida not only borrowed money from The Treasurer of the United States holds for bill to the city for commissions still due him ness to push into notice aspiring demagogues -

Congress May 22,1882, of the amount due the Indian trust fund, but also from the the Indian trust fund bonds of that State to for collection of taxes of 1883. we, for one, shall hold it to be our
the State of Florida for expenditures madeIn banks of Georgia and .South, Carolina, for the amount of $132,000. These bonds were The Finance Committee, referring to the privilege to withdraw.-Palatka Herald.

suppressing Indian hostilities in that their payment, upon which the State has issued in 1857, and draw interest a 7 percent I city books, reported the city indebted to

State between the 1st day of December, 1855, since paid interest, your committee have per annum. The amount due to he him in a much less amount and, upon_mo- A WORLD'S FAIR in 1892 in the

:\ id the 1st day of January, 18GO (Ex. Doc. concluded to recommend the passage of the government on these bonds on the 1st day 'tion,'the bill was referred back to Mr. Med : capital, to commemorate the fourth

203. Forty-seventh Congress, first session). bill, with the following amendments! : of January, 1836, was $221,200, principaland daugh for correction. centennial of America's
The expenditures grew out of the Seminole In line 18 of sections: after the word "it," interest. The Committee on Streets and Drains reported discovery.. ,

War ,n' 1S35, 1856 and 1857, the State au- insert thQ words "upon said claim or These bonds, as it appears from the report bids o! Francis Kelly for work on is just now agitating the ashington -.

thorities being compelled, in the'presence of claims.'' of the Committee on Claims, were sold by Alachna streets, as follows : ans.r .


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THE :FLORIDA IIHHuH : MARCH 27, 1:,,'"(G.)

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roof sloping downward, and" each corner on from the carriage window an approacnmg teriy fortune had been against them, and I.followed Macham's advice to the
s111111 THE KINGDOM OF LOVE. that side being cut off by the wall In this and inevitable collision, awaiting a shock. Stokes who appears to have been a bad I I and Samuel fctoies listened attentively letter,

'were two truckle' beds arranged in such a "I'Dl not a murderer. I had no'more to tempered fellow, became very quarrelsome.The described graphically the state of the ro"ozn!
In the dawn of the day when the sea and races had attracted them some week or ,
a manner that the occupant the inner bed do with that unfortunate man's death than the tumbled furniture, and the great

the earth would be obliged; in getting up and retiring you had. _"My; ,name is-Claude ,Fancourt" ten days since;and it was agreed: between of blood, and said nothing about Fancourt POOls
:' Reflected the sunrise above, to the outer bed. From the inner them that at the termination of this meet- "I,, _understand the
for can
f" r cross I said that I was prepared a shock, blood, sir "
:. I aet forth with heart full of and said
a courage ing the partnership should be dissolved. Ac-
bed to the window-sill there one un- Stokes .when I had
was but I none the less felt its force upon hearing finished. "Poor Bill
mirth, broken stream of blood cording to his own statement, Fancourt was used to bleed from
though irregular ; that name. I staggered against the cold the nose something
To seek for the Kingdom ot Love.I tired of the not reputable life and was
very ,
blood the tumbled furniture frightflll"I
on splashed on stone wall with a deep groan of anguish. The
asked of a poet I met on the way heart-sick of the association with such
the washstand, mingled with and slowly I suspicion which had flashed upon me was ques- started as if I had been shot. Here
Which cross-road would lead me aright. at
tionable characters. His intention to
spreading its crimson hue over the spilt confirmed, the familiarity of the features to was last was a circumstance which might lead
And he said: "Follow me, and ere long you short visit home and then ship for to
a a
pay ,
+t a' will water, lying here and there in great dark me was explained; the murderer was the the establishment of Fancourt's innocence.
see pools and even in one place sprinkled on new country, New Zealand or Australia. The possibility that he
a Its turrets of brother of my Constance; the only brother was innocent dawned
,+ t glistening lightAnd on the walls. whom I had ever seen. and whose name was At the races they were unusually successful, upon me for the first time, and I was too

soon in the distance a city shone fair. We looked at each other with pale faces, never mentioned without a sigh from the and together won $200. Stokes, who was overpowered with excitement to speak.

fr + "Look yonder," he said, "there is gleams!1" and then the policeman said sternly: daughter and a tear from the mother. It had purse-bearer, began, not only to exhibit an Macham took my place.

: ,+ '+ Cut alas! for the hoped that were doomed to !"There's been foul work here." been briefly explained to me that the boy objectionable spirit when asked for money "Can you swear that your brother suffered(

d T. despair, I shuddered and looked reward the beds. had always been wild and untractable, and by his partner, but to spend the little hoardin from violent bleeding from the nose!" he
In there
It was only the Kingdom of Dreams. The inner one was empty, but it had re- that after repeated warnings he had been dissipation himself. consequence asked."I .

l Then the next man I asked was a gay cavalier cently been occupied, for the clothes were expelled from college as utterly unmanageable was considerable dissatisfaction on Fancourt's should think I could," answerd Stokes,
t i thrown back and the blood-stains part, and the two men had exchanged and could others. It
a+ wet be- after which he had mixed with a fast so used to be awful

+;; 'p,yrFr' ,4 y And he said: "Follow me, follow me," gan there. In the other bed lay a man, sporting set in London. He had not been at violent words very frequently. On and he got so weak: that he had to go to,
t. the fatal Fancourt account ofStokes'
n And with laughter and song we went speed4lgyat who, to judge by his heavy breathing, was home for more than two years, during which evening on a doctor. This was about a year ago, and
demanded that the
ing along in a deep sleep. His face was turned in to- they had heard but little, and nothing satisfactory prodigality, I thought he was cured."

4.t 4 t, r By the shores of life's beautiful sea. ward the pillow so that we could not see it, of him. money should be given up to his own safekeeping "When did the attacks ,usually come our
but the hand and which They had both been drinking "At all sorts of times
upon arm hung but particularly
i- Till we came to a valley more tropical far over the side of the bed the light revealed a deeply. Stokes resisted, but Fancourt when he had been excited or on a "
the remainder of that eventful spree.
Than the wonderful Vale of Cashmere. stream of blood, which had been dripping During quietly laid him on the floor, and took the "Will you come with us by the
night or rather morning, I did not attemptto next
,I a And I saw from a bower a face like a into a little round pool upon the floor. money from his pocket. A very violent al- train?" I asked.
would have been fruitless.I .
; tercation ensued but the quarrel was soon
., (. flower "Now then said the The man hesitated.
4 get up, policeman, about
h**L< *" paced disorderly my my made and more drink was sent for.
** f V*4;J Smile out on the gay cavalier. seizing the slumberer, or pretended slum- mind a perfeet chaos. Morning dawned and Eventually np, they both turned into bed "I'll give you 50 down before you get

s And he said: "We have come to humanity's berer, by the shoulder and shaking him vio- found me sitting at my table, drunk. That was all Fancourt rememberedup very intothe train, pay all your expenses, and
goal- lently. "This won't down give you as much more when have
gammon go face buried in hands. How you repeated -
my to the moment he was roused by the
: ; Here love and delight are intense." with me." long I had remained in that attitude policeman what you have just told us before the
-. .
But alas! and alasLforthe hope of my soul- The man started and half rose on his court.
I ]knew not, but when I rose I felt sick and "
"Tell me all know of his antecedents
4 ':,. It was only the Kingdom of Sense. arm, and as the full light of the "bull'seye"fell weak, and my limbs trembled under me. I said. you Samuel Stokes hesitated no longer, and a

upon his face I had a good opportunityof few hours later we were en route by the!
directed toward the remote
r My steps were "
; As I journeyed more slowly I met on the "I know absolutely nothing of them, was
+ road remarking it Its strange and uncom- suburb in which Mrs. Fancourt resided. the disappointing night mail We arrived at 5 in the morn-

4 7s.F' v Y mon beauty startled me; it was the type of Usually I walked the distance with feet answer. ing, and, having seen Stokes comfortably
A coach with retainers behind "Nothing at all Can
you no
beauty of the Greek we sea only in chiselled swif cened by love and sweet anticipationsin lodged, Macham and I paid a visit to the
And said "Follow for clue!I"
they : us, our lady'sabode marble. Here for the first and only time room in which the tragedy took place
less than the half-hour, but this morning, "I know he has brother in London he and
+ 4. i a ,
in my life, I saw it in living flesh. Glossy the key of which I still retained.
bowed down as I was with the dread tidingsit
Belongs in the realm you would find. said, suddenly remembering; "I have heard
!' brown hair curled broad Macham examined the with
; naturally over room
i was duty to bear a full hour had patientcare
'Twas dame of fashion my Bill mention him several times. His
a a newlywed poor
i solid brows; thick, clearly marked eye passed before I stood opposite Mrs. Fancourt's tracing the blood stains from point to
+ ; bride name is Samuel Stokes and he was either
brows surmounted large and point, from the inner bed to the windowsill
eyes grey, pretty but unpretentious cottage
v.ri I followed, encouraged and bold. waiter or barman at the tavern
daring and fringed with long lashes and noticing the of tho
silky position misplaced
But hopes died like the last ; with its creeper-grown veranda, and surrounding in Oliver street" -
my away,
The face exercised of fascinationupon furniture. "Note first he said "the
a species of
gleams of day little garden and sweet- { ,
me not so much account of its extraordinary amount of blood about
on smelling flowers.As ,
For we came to the Kingdom of Gold. I applied to a lawyer of considerable note, '
i strange beauty, but because it awakened in I gazed upon it I felt that carried and a personal friend of my own. He had and remember (mind I am only going

;4f At the door of a cottage asked a fair maid. me vague recollections. The features were : of course heard all the particulars of the on what I learnt from you) that
familiar to me but in the excitement of the Sud there were no cuts the dead
; "I have heard of that realm, she replied, ; tragedy and when I stated wishes he upon man, no
""But my feet never roam from the King moment I was unable to connect them in my ,the spot. Could nothing be done to spare looked wounds that might not have been occasionedby

dom of Home, memory. The dangerous,daredevil expres- mel I cried in my anguish. Could I not remain grave."If take advice he said the fall. Observe that the blood begins

So I know not the way," and she sighed. sion and the reckless, wayward mouth were silent, trusting that in their quiet re- will employ you a detective my to, assist you in, "you find- here, upon the pillow of the inner-which I

;r9' I looked on the cottage-how restful it strangers to me. tired life the trrible news would not reach ing this brother. Those sort of people are understand was Stokes's-bed, and: that it

seemed! "What the devil are you people doing them? A very little reflection convincedme rather migratory and have was so copious that it ran off the pillow and
And the maid was as far as a dove. here," asked the man, angrily; then, re- that this was impossible. There was but difficulty. You leave you may everything here soaked through this under sheet and blanket,

i + Great light glorified my soul as I cried; ceiving no immediate answer, he seized the one course for me to pursue, and that was to me. There is may a private detective in town. and far into the mattress I have cut open.

,,, ,p "Why, home is the Kingdom of Love I" policeman's brawny wrist, and with no apparent plainly the course of duty-to break the He used to be a big man until he got into Now follow the stains across the floor, pass-

'.d # -Ella Wheeler Wilcox in "Mal Mouleei"COUNTEREVIDENCE. effort turned it round so that the truth to them as gently as I could before it rather a nasty scrape, and he'll be glad of ing a chair which is knocked down, and the

light shone upon the group around him. reached them in a ruder form. the job. Yes Macham's man. I'll washstand, which is also overturned, the
"Old Mother McPherson in her night- Slowly retracing my steps, I again stood just give you a note of introduction to crockery being broken and the water upset.
gown, a youthful and well dressed stranger, before the cottage, and again I paused be- him." From here you see the stains lead straight to

)r and a giant representative of the genus fore entering. Had my resolution failed a I was fortunate enough to find Mr. the window, which, by the way, is a very

.;W 5' We had been talking long and earnestly 'Bobby.' I say, Bill, we're holding a re- second time it would have been useless; the Macham at home, and was glad to find that low, and consequently a very dangerous one.
ception, by Jove! he continued turning to of love had Observe that the sill slops downwards; pass
of the future. I had been urging Constance vigilant eyes espied me through there was nothing to prevent his accompanying -
ip .r Et-ti: to name the day which was to complete my the empty bed. "Hello he's gone-not ac- the window, the hall door opened, and my me. The result was that I hurried up your hand over it and you will see that the

happiness, but had not succeeded in getting customed to society, I suppose. If some of darling, gracefully attired in a loosefittingwhite to the city that night, at the rate of fifty stone is smooth and slippery;and finally look
you people don't speak soon I'll think I'm dress with bunch of close at this particular stain upon it, whichis
JB. definite promise. Constance was the only a freshly gath- miles an hour. During the greater part of
in for a bad attack and look out for snakes ered at her bosom and different to the rest. It looks as if the
daughter of a deceased cleryman; she and moss roses lookingin the journey I found it impossible to sleep,
111Ffl and blue blood had been wiped downwards off the sill
her mother lived togetherin: a quiet suburb. fire. her fair, pure beauty, oh! so fit a spiritto but the detective was good enough to divert ,
: "Yes," I soliloquized as I strode along, "Young man," said the policeman, "youare reign in the sweet peacefulness of that the current of my thoughts by relatingsome with the palm of a hand.

; 'unconscious of the melancholy echo of my my prisoner, and I warn you that any- abode, came.eagerly down the garden pathto of his own extraordinary experiences.He I paused in deep thought for a few

-j' +t footsteps in the deserted thoroughfares thing you say maybe used in evidence meet me.We 'G was a big burly fellow with a tolerable moments, and then said:

**yes my darling and I will be very happy. against you." *walked< tai the house'with arms en- share of good looks, and although, as I had "Stokes had been subject to 'violet nasal

'$' The 3,000 Aunt Jessie was obliging enough "What do you mean?" demanded the twined, she bright' and merry, I trying desperately learned from the lawyer, he did not bear an hemorrhage. Excitement and dissipation

,+ to leave me should buy a fairly good young man, half leaving the bed, and appearing to emulate her mood. altogether spotless reputation I certainly bring on another attack during the nightIt
; awakens him he and
to y '. ,', rI practice to start with, not to mention all to accept the situation seriously for With her hands in mine she was lookingup found him a very agreeable traveling gets up crossesFancourt's
bed stains the bed-
leaving on
'' : -the comfortable etcetera the first time. at and with what The circumstances of ,
# including a good smilingly me, was companion. nearlyall
clothes and In his
torso to trot me about. Mamma-in-law "What play actors you fellows' are!" re- meant for an answering smile, I was look- his stories turning on the sleeper's arm. emergencyhe

r ,- a ', must live with us, I suppose, but as she issuch joined the policeman. "You are detainedon ing down into her eyes. Suddenly her face fallibility of circumstantial evidence forgets the table, which he consequently
it breaking the basin but stumbles
+ ? a dear old lady, the arrangement doesn't suspicion of having murdered your mate, changed and grew troubled. forced up me the conclusion that he was upsets so ,
chair. To himself he clutchesat
over a recover
:present the usual objectionable features. Bill-as you call him-by throwing him "What is the matter, Ralph? she asked good-naturedly endeavoring to keep me from
the washstand and it
r ... ,. .Y Oh, there is no doubt that we'll be as jolly through the window." anxiously, gazing upon me with awakeningterror. utterly despairing.We upsets so breakingthe ;
I basin he wanted to use. Then the idea
as sandboys, as" happy a&-Great God, was watching the man narrowly, and had been in town fourteen days, and
the strikes him of letting the blood fall into the
what's that?" shock this direct accusation appeared to I led her to the sofa and sat beside her, the last day arrived that I could remain for
street below and he to the window. To
Aw; 1 It was something white and ghostly that give him was so perfectly natural that I holding her hands in mine; they were as the trial was to take place on the next day.I goes

h', flashed through the warm, misty air close could not altogether believe it to be acting. cold as marble. As soon as I could find had given up all hope of finding Stokes; prevent perhaps the blood from running
down and staining the walls he leans far
.J before me, and fell with a horrid thud at T new knew a man who could change color voice I told her all. She did not cry out, but Macham, who had gone out earlier than ,
out-in his excitement and weakness too
my feet at will; and this man turned deadly pale but sat cold, white, and immovable as a usual that morning, had said that he was far-for the sill is low slanting and,slippery

'; ; I reeled backwards, and an acute feelingof and sprang out of bed. He stood at least statue, staring into vacancy. I allowed her hot on the man's track, and would possiblybe one hand rests on, a splotch, of bloodit

Yi' intense sickness spread through my frame, six feet one on his bare feet. to remain so for some minutes, until I could able to put his hand on him that day. slips; he is overbalanced he falls to the

:for by the dull, crunched sound of the fall, "Bill thrown through the window," ha endure her awful silence no.longer. He returned about 4 in the afternoon, and pavement, below and is killed., "

i and the half-groan, half-gasp which accompanied faltered. "It's a dlie.." "Constance!I" 1 whispered.She his unusual appearance at that hour told me *, *

1 it, I knew that the bruised mangled, "It was done in the height of a drunken started as if awakening from some immediately that he had some news.

; f swP; bleeding, and, in all probability, lifeless frenzy," I mentally determined, feeling a horrid dream: She looked down into my "You have found him!" I cried, springingup The jury found the the box.prisoner not rewarded guilty"without

4* :form of a fellow-creature was lying before strange relief at the thought that he was uplifted face dazedly, and passed her hand hastily."I leaving and Having

1 y. 4iM ane. not so utterly bad as I had supposed. "He caressingly ,per my hair. At last she have," he answered, "and I should be Hicham, discharged my obligations to
Samuel Stokes to whom also Fancourt di-
te$ I quickly recsvered, and in a moment was is just awakening to the consciousness of the spoke. ashamed for any one in the profession to rected that the, taken from his late
', fending over the body of what I judged toT crime." "Don't grieve, Ralph; he is not guilty. know the time it has taken me. But this money
should be handed drove the
we to
'fr( ;4 ,, >8 a man of middle-age clad only in a long The accused man turned to me. "Do you think not, dear?" I said, utterly Stokes seems to be a very shifty fellow, anda cottage. ,

a y ,coarse night-shirt. It was a ghastly "Tell me what he means," he said.I unable to emulate her confidence, realizingas regular bird of passage." The reunion was a most affecting one

.spectacle; the man was quite dead. pointed to the great splashes of blood I did fully her brother's terrible position. "And you have brought him with you?" and Constance and I leaving mother and,

a : Ir Stepping back into the road, I looked up about the room, which he did not appear to She rose from the sofa proudly. "I have; and a nice job I had of it. He son together stole awey, into the garden.
.*t the house which.I was opposite. There have noticed before. He looked at them "Were he guilty I should leave here with wouldn't budge an inch until I told him "
"Darling I whispered holding her tightin
+. ,
Its was no light in any of the windows, and by vacantly: perhaps the fumes of alcohol still mamma this very day; I should take her to there was a heap of money in it, and gave arms "no fearful shadow must ever

.. the light of the street lamp I could see that clouded his brain. the remotest corner of the earth, and spend him a sovereign on account. He is outside threaten my our, happiness again. You will be

,,., ', < they were all closed with the exception Of "What of BUll? he asked. my life in shielding her from the secret. now." mine soon won't youl"What

,' .one on the third floor. That r.t have "I saw him fall down to the pavement," I As he is innocent I am now going to tell "Then bring him in." very Constance, very replied, as she nestled

'' ,w t been the window from which the man had answered. her all. And the heroic girl, walking firm Samuel Stokes turned out to be a miser- although -
close to me I am not going to reveal, for
M r :fallen. I gave a short cry for assistance "And was he-is he dead?" and erect, left the room.I able-looking creature, with a mean, cunning it more than requited me for nearly
It answered the dark "He is dead. walked back to town expression and shabbily dressed. He
+ ; was immediately; huge drearily knowingthat very three weeks of intense misery, it could be of
ilgure of turned There I fate sealed. Constance could appeared to be suspicious and he
a policeman a neighboringcorner was a pause. was not looking my was very no possible interest to any but those con-
and hurried to the spot into the questioner's face, but was gazing never be mine if her brother was found looked from Macham to me with evident cerned.-Adapted from C. Haddon Cham-

!w "What's going on hereF' he asked, as he fixedly at the dark wet stain on his arm and guilty. She had not said so in plain words, distrust. I was nervous at beginning the bers in Belgravia-Copyrighted.

..i bent over the body. hand. The intensity of my gaze attractedhis but she had conveyed it to me none the less inquiries."Mr. .

r ,s ,, "This poor fellow has evidently fallen attention. He looked at the arm and clearly. That Claude Fancourt would be Stokes, will you kindly take a seat," The Pay of a Modern Norellst.

, from a window," I explained, as he turned started violently. found: guilty, and justly, I could find no I said; and my visitor took a chair near the I heard a lively discussion on this subjectin

+ ?, i .. :his lantern upon the dead, crushed face. "Blood!I" he gasped. Then he added, "You room for doubt; the evidence which would door, while Macham, who stood leaning a bookstore the other day between a

%, Then he rose and looked at me. think I murdered him?" be adduced against him; although purely against the wall, lighted a cigar, and looked wide-awake salesman, an author, and an ed-

Y "Do is a bad job," he said seriously. "Well, it looks uncommon like it," said :ircumstantial, was of far too damning and on.Suddenly itor. The salesman argued that after The

J you think ho is dead?" the policeman. "It's my duty to detain inclusive a nature to admit of it ,I could it struck me that in all prob- Century, with its million or so of readers,
"I'm sure of it I answered and then I ability he did not know of his brother's
: + t ; you. not believe that he would receive a less sentence had published a novel by Howells or James,

1 ", ., ( xplainol that my profession justified mo in "You detain me?" repeated the young than penal servitude for life, and in death, so I asked: there was a very small audience for it whenit

r e '. .speaking with certainty. man, scornfully. "If 1 had murdered the any case his being adjudged guilty would be "When did you last hear from your appeared as a book, and that it was for
w .. 1 After a glance at the win- fellow and wished to two alone of future brother William?I"
open poor escape, no sufficient to blast my hopes that reason that the bound volumes of How-
ft' i ,dow I pointed out to him, the men in the world could keep me in this room. happiness, "I haven't heard from him since I saw ells and James had sales so much smaller

k j policeman despatched a man, who chanced As I am innocent, I remain;" and without On that day the prisoner was brought up him last, which is over six months ago. 'But than the reputation of the authors would

' N m to be passing: for assistance, and then he taking any further notice of either of us, he at the police court and remanded, pending before I answer any more questions you lead one ta suspect "Crawford's stories,"

'n strode into the house and up the stairs, I quietly began to pull on his clothes. examination. The inquiry took place on must tell me what you're after, and how he urged, "sell their ;OOOOO-that is, 'Mr
' '; closely following. Arrived at the much it's worth to me. I ain't going to ;
1 third Presently heard the The result say Claudius'sold
n we steps on the stairs, following morning. was Isaacs' sold that' many, and 'Dr.
story, my companion hammered with his and the door opened to admit two police that Claude Fancourt, whose only defensewas anything against Bill, though, for any one." 30,000. They were only published in

'f"'' baton until a door was opened, and an old officers. The dead man, whose name it the simple statement that he was utterly "Mr. Stokes," I said, "it is evident you book form. 'The Roman Singer' sold infinitely -

t, t' woman in her night clothes demanded with transpired was William Stokes, had mean- ignorant as to how Stokes met his death, don't know what has befallen your brother." less because it ran -as a serial in The

4 considerable asperity to know what was the while been carried into room on the groundflat was formally remitted for trial upon a "No; I've heard nothing. Has he got into Atlantic first"

matter. which was unoccupied. After collect- charge of willful murder. trouble again? I don't wonder at it these "Now let us see," answered the author.

'" + "Are you the landlady ing the evidence and sealing up the room After the committal I succeeded, with the hard times, when money's so scarce." "Fifty thousand of 'Mr. Isaacs,' which was
The woman answered curtly that she for the the officers assistance' the "in "Your brother's troubles are over," I said A
present, left, taking with : of- friendly inspector, gain- a $1 book, brought Mr. Crawford 3000.
was. them the accused man. At the request of ing access to'the prisoner."In ., gravely; "I am sorry to have to tell you magazine would have given him $1,000 for

e 3 ; r rt foSho\v mo to your front room then." one of them, whom I .ascertained to be an .order, ;that I may help you,,I said, that he is dead." it, being a first story, and he would have

The old woman declared angrilly that she inspector, I accompanied them to the sta "you must tell-me all you know about this The man seamed genuinely overcome, andI had the benefit of the sale in book form
k i + would do nothing of the kind and there I tion. was obliged to give him some little time
s as When asked his name the prisonerturned poor man and,your connection with him., afterwards, whatever that might have
c w, were two gentlemen sleeping there; but white to his liP ,'the full horrors of Fanconrt complied without hesitation. to B! 3ter his emotion. amounted to. In Mr. Crawford's case it
when the lantern was turned on and she red t I his situation appearing to rush him for "Poor Bill!" he said at last. "We weren't ap--
i .upon This is the! sub .tince of his 'story. He had was, perhaps, as well that his story
'oenized the man of law, she became submissive I 1'I the first time. I leaned forward, breath- met William Stokes, who was then a bill- always very friendly, but now he's gone; I neared as it did. With Howells and James

i }. immediately, and lighting candleobeyed lessly awaiting a name which I felt a presentiment iard marker, six months since. Turf trans- r&N.'ft :tp] reeling i*. They're all gone now the case is different They are said to get

a .+f{ orders. The door she conducted us I j would be familiar to me. I felt actions had: tau own them much together, but me. How did it happen, sir?'' $5,000 each for the right of serial pablication :

4' ty t to was, not fastened, the lock being broken more than a: presentiment, for suddenly likea and Stokes had acquired some information: Ma ham: touched me on the shoulder. in The Century. Their book retail for

:D! .,, .but it required a vigorous push to send it flash of light the familiarity.in the face through which h3 and Fancourt had won "Tell him about his brother falling from $1.50, and they sell certainly not I less thaa

: open as there was a chair placed against it was explained to me. I' could have given :money. Iii consequence of this success, a the window, and the room being upset, and 10OJO each which adds $1,500 to their receipts. -

on the inside, which fell noisily to the floor. the name for him. Scarcely less agitated partnership was struck up between the two the blx: I about just as you told me. OnlY' The $.5 000 is in the form of 'cash

, .On the opposite side of the room to the window than the unfortunate man himself, I stood, men, antI t tether: they attended the different don't say a word about Fancourt; let him down' without waiting for a semiannualstatement ..

is was a sort of alcove formed by the like some railway, traveler who has seen I race meetings with varying success.. Lai think that! no one was in the roo,u.*' and there is a very pleasant JlIl-

gle about $5,000 down."-The Critic.


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dangerous is >at first.to discourage its use; SEA-ISLAND ROUTE J. GROCERIES; PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC. .
but in the end it ii 6ns of the strongest cer- .
tificates of character When 'it comes to i'

consider the question humanity wants the THE KEY LINE STEAMER, WHOLESALE AND I
LOADS THEY CARRY IN COMPETITION most dangerous agencies it can get. It lA : ,
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WITH THE BURRO. wants the sharpest razor, the deadliest gun, 1 .; ;I., :- : I 1
the fastest train the most brilliant and
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poisonous gas, the,most destructive electric J ':..".-'L- ;; .;;:.:> .' ; -; :_ -"-;::
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Never-Endinc: Procession-At Work on current, 'the most annihilating dynamite.It .... .- -,;,)'- ".- .... :.
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wants them because the danger involved ';' "-;;:' "- '" : .oci' -=riaia_. ;=55EfssrtEr. -5-s--_ 23i *C- i,_ %. 5 = &_=-- -33
the llailroad- -Diovers-Car- I ...>, ",, .7"f><>- 3- "="s=5K=r '"--- r-- c-i"" fc-j S 4 "aer- & V. -* *;
in their use is one of the best evidences that ". -

rying In\'altds-TotlnJ Babies on the can be given of power. It is unwi-e for I ST. NICHOLASCAPTAIN :

Backs of Little Brothers and Sisters. this reason when one wishes to discourage a ,
new invention to start off with the declara- M. USINA, "MASTER.
The fact is that tha Indian puts himselfin tion that it is "dangerous."Detroit Free !i
with the burro that Press. iI
competition patient
little beast of totage. The back of the .=1r Klr / ssf.r '
Indian seems to be about as strong that of Bad Bitters Made of Wood. j'j j

the burro, anI the Indian has this advantage The manufacture of alcohol from wood PLYING regularly l between Fernamiina '' ptdp8 'z, i h .
that attar transporting his stuff tomarket has increased:rapidly within a few years, Savannah upon the following .
he can make his own bargain for its and it is said to be used largely for patent schetlule 'z t 7= yE56 .4' f : e 9y II a i s : tit

sale. I know no more interesting sight thanto bitters, ginger extracts, and other alcoholic LEAVE FERXANDIXA every Monday,; ; ; y.. .., "+jl+e<1H' of ;!'t t3'i: P" a tbt ''rr
go out in the early morning on to one of compounds whose strong flavor makes it un- Wednesday and Saturday, p..m., upon arrival ':' ,,

the great highroads leading into the city, necessary to use a better quality of spirits of evening trains arriving at Savannah. ,
and to watch the never-ending procession of Wood alcohol is a dangerous product, and the following morning ..
Indians carrying burdens. The rag figuressold sometimes gives rise to serious disturbance LEAVE SAVANNAH every Sunday, j

in a few Boston shops give exactly their of the brain and nervous Vit41n..Ex.change. Tuesday and i the Thursday following:, p.lI1ornin 111,., and reaching1'ernatidii ; fat ,

expres ion. It is the Aztec face, that dull, ,Connections at Savannah s.
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bromed: countenance, with lusterless eyes, lines, and with Ocean Stdri'ship'UllIl Boston
which teem to have accepted the lowest con- & Savannah vessels to ana from New York r
dition of life as all that is attainable by human and Boston and at Fern:Uldilla with trains

endeavor. Chicago Man Banquets in Basement, for all Florida, points .f,

And what loads these strong Indian backscan a la, Celestial-The Bill of Fare. A. o. MACDONELL, LgrHP&CO.N..... I

carry! I watched a gang the other day Chairs were placed around the large Gen., Pass.& Tkt. Agt.. ; !i

loading grain on a car. The grain was in table, and Wong superintended the bringingin Fernaiulinu, Fla.
bags, and each bag weighed OJ:) pounds. A. of five large bowls with steaming contents 1) E. MAXWELL, I
little bronze chap, about as big &s the bag, I "Now, gentlemen said, "let us General Superintendent.Fernamlina.. A. B. NOYES ,
and weighing not a pound ovel.100 would Fl.,. 9
sit down"-and down we sat. Upon the
take a bag on his back and run up a plat- table before each one was placed a pair of -DEALER IN-

form which was on a level with the car, and chopsticks-and nothing else. Besides the FOR SALE.:
then he would trot back at once for another bowls and the chopsticks the cloth held

load. And yet some writers assert that the nothing. No plates, no cups, no knives, no -THE- FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES I I

lower Mexican class are lazy. I say that forks, no salt, no pepper, no water, no tea, Acosta Grant ,
they are capable of as unremitting, patienttoil no potatoes. Nothing but the steaming Domingo .

as any other people on top of the planet, bowls out of all reach and those ridiculous -COXTAINIXG-
and that the true wealth of Mexico consistsof sticks. Then the waiters brought in four Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, t tf

her docile and industrious laboring popu- small bowls filled with rice wine, and placed NEARLY 2,000 ACRES, f

lation. Half the time they are idle and before each diner a minute pottery dipper,
have nothing to do. That they will work if I may so describe a miniature bowl witha FACING THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AND I
hard and continuously for a fair wage the handle running olf at an angle of 45 de- DUNN'S CREEK. FURNITURE SITES PAINTS AND CROCKERY It

history of the building of the Central rail- grees. In this bowl reposed a little cup, the The property adjoins the.town of SAXJIATEO ,
way shows. Ex-General Manager Robinson rim of which was about the size of 2-cent and offers one of the best land- t

now of the Atlantic & Pacific, said that piece. ings on the St. John's River. It has a frontage HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE ETC. f\
he preferred them to any American gang of Each one under Wong's direction lifted of two miles on Dunn's Creek. ,

laborers for hard work. up the little cup and dipped it full of wine, Titles direct from the Spanish Governmentto
MOVERS- it in the The wine 'the I
FURNITURE CAKRTINO INVALIDS. replacing dipper. was original owners.T.
I have seen an Indian carry from a car very like very strong port, and was the only A. ACOSTA, Adm'r. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.

to a weighing scale bag after bag of grain liquid on the table. Some little practice is H. H. LINVILLE Attorney.TUSTI3XT.

weighing 300: pounds, and four cargadoreswill required to manipulate properly the Chinese i
carry a grand piano on their shoulders substitute for knife and fork, especially Fl. .A. : : N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla. kr

from one end of the city to the other. when there ark no plates used,and the trackof ,

Furniture is usually moved on litters, witha the food from the bowls in the center to MANUFACTURER OF ,.

man at each end. These chas;: ,will pile the guests' mouth was marked by a line of -
Sheet-Iron WareAND
up stuff on a litter and bind it with ropes, grease splashes upon the cloth. The center c ,
and then start otf at a jog with a burden bowl contained a soup of peculiar flavor. DEALER IN
big enough for a horse. These fu niture Two of the others contained what was really : :

movers are remarkably careful, and rarely fricasseed chicken. In the other two were 1ALO R FFI B &nB OK K T TVI .
injure anything. They work .haply and curried chicken, and a mixture of somethinglike -
escalloped oysters with a sonp and mush-

well.Frequently you will see a man per hed on rooms. The peculiarity of the whole repastwas
another's shoulders being taken abo it the its high-flavored condition. Everythingwas
streets. I have often seen well dn sed old spiced to the topmost notch, and the II 111111 .'fr ';. :, ', .P' 1..', .-.f".J; .iF :- : .n ". ".y .. t. ',:, "\, .,J r- b

gentlemen being trotted along in this fash throats of the Caucasians cracked in their
ion. They were victims of rheumatism out reproaches against their owners. The
tor an airing, or en a visit to some friend. chicken was cooked bones and all. The

The poorer classes carry their bibles on bones, by some unknown process, were
their backs and one of the quaintest sightsis softened and mashed till they gave as little
to see a little brown face with black eyes trouble to the esophagus as do those of the 4 4T H. E. DOTTERERINVITES
peeping out of the hood-like folds of its sardine.

mother's upper garment. I often see babies The dinner did not coma on in regular
being toted about in this way on the packs course, but when we seemed to have had ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF {r

of little brothers or sisters, for the kindnessof enough of one thing Wong would send the tiX15
Mexicans of all classes to young childrenis bowl away and replace it with somethingelse. i* _* l

a most praiseworthy characteristic. Evenin Several varieties of Chinese vegetables
the narrow streets, where the very poor and fish made their appearance and were ] I{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES i }

live in hut-like houses, yon see no trouble sampled with great interest. Somethingwith Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. ,

among the children; they play quietly, and an unpronounceable name, but which *

their mothers are not engaged in frequent was really fish-tripe was voted a great COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS,
brawls regarding childish difficulties. Indeed delicacy, and lobster, prepared in a peculiar
: there is a certain refinement of action way was also a gastronomic success. The LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
a decency and courteousness of behavior soup contained a great variety of strange i

among the poorest Indians which vegetables, among them a dark-green sea WROUGIIT-IRON PIPES. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
would put to shame the coarseness of people moss. Instead of our salt there was pro- .

of the same grade of life in an American vided small dishes of a liquid prepared DRIVEN 1VELLS A SPECIALTY
city.-Cor Boston Herald. from beans and which answered the pur ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS S

pose. Then small puddings of white rice AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.

Not Qualified for Wickedness. flour cunningly designed to represent an TIN ; for Tin Gutters promptly filled. AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
Dibblekin is not a bad young man. He opening flower were found to contain a Wind Mills for pumping water or running

want to be and thinks he is, but he is not.I sweet interior of beans and molasses, or light; machinery promptly erected on order. S
don't wish to wound the young fellow's some sweet substance. Bowls of rice were Church. Factory and School Bells for sale ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

feelings, but the truth musr be told-Dibble- brought in, but it was eaten hot and dry at a bargain. i r

L kin is really a pretty well-behaved youth. without milk or sugar, which accompaniments y& Stoves at Wholesale Prices. -$ !Ij I- t
True, he wears his hat over one eye and his are thought by the celestials to spoil All goods delivered at the various trans I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I

. hands deep in his trouser's pockets, and he both rice and tea.-Chicago News "Ram portation stations within the city free of I
ttt +
All sales for cash.
tips his cigar up between his teeth and bler." charge.

swaggers, but these things are not reallyand CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. DESCRIPTION THAT' CAN BE PRO CUBED.
i The Bad Fashion of Late Hours. THE BEST GOODS OF THIS
intrinsically bad; they only look so. Fernandina, Fla.. July 12, 1884. r
One of the absurd weaknesses which I
It is
to see a young man with
l o so vaulting an ambition to be a bad, wicked, observe in New York social life is the fashionof JAMES JIcGIFFIN, NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. _
. terrible citizen fall so far short of realizing late hours. Go to a ball this season at

E his fond hope, but failure and disappoint- 11 and you find yourself compelled to study AND BUILD gl I! -
went of life and if Dibblekin the decorations of the bed-room floor rather CONTRACTOR FERNANDINA FLA.,.
_ are a part Cor. Second and Centre Sts., -
around below in 7
. after a few years of heroic effort, succumbsto than stand melancholy Alachua Street, between Second and Third.
with host and hostess.
fate tete-a-tete Carriages
becomes a useful and respectable -
gentleman he will, have the consolationof ordered at 1 o'clock carry away only the FERNANDINA, FLA. .. 'r... ,
heavy weights and elderlies who stay for ; "l" .f. ;
knowing that many a young man before .. ,
him has fought the same fight and failed. supper. Those who remain to dance in the Orders and estimate from' a distance earv-. I. : .,1.'t:.!; '; ,

t The fact is, a man to be dreadfully wicked cotillion and those who remain to give them fully attended to. r 25-t "' .-". '., .' Y.' .'.:... .'X ''"' ,:
1. must have countenrnce are in for two hours more of : .:.; .. :, -y:!'?'
_ some natural qualifications fore To introduce them ,: "
This is all well for the BIG OFFER -"F. : w
that it very women, will GIVE AWAY ,
of thing; and Dibblekin has none. w a -:-""': -_'t.cu .dr*< --!r'0'
Nature who can sleep until 12 o'clock next day, but A l.j)() Self Operating Washing Machines. If
created him for a quiet, law abiding ..
;, citizen the majority of our dancing men are clerkson you want one, send us your name, postofficeand ,
:, and, masquerade as he will, every- express at once. The National Co.,
II body knows that he is no outlaw and never saaries, obliged to be on deck at 9 a. m. 21 Dey Street, New York._
will Until we can boast of a leisure class in -
be.-Chicago News. WANTED-To work for us at their
America, let us give over the aping of theirways. week be
'. 87 to >81O( per can
.-Town Topics.One LADIES and
r John G. Saxe's Full Hand. ; no canvassing; fascinating
Particulars and sample
j Did you ever on a railway car observe Way to Show Off Goods. sent for stamp. Address HOME
" the bits MAN'FG CO. P.O. Box 1916, Boston, Mass.
many of pasteboard that are thrust At one of the large Chestnut street stores ,
.. out at the conductors who hesitate before the saleswomen who sell ladies' wraps all WANT SALESMEN everywhere, local
je they punch them and hand them back with skirts of black silk hand- traveling, to sell our goods. Will pay
wear magnificent W for
and all Write
salary expenses.
an air
II that seems to "WelL 'tis none
say: trifiimed with each of which
: somely jet, one at once and state salary wanted.
1- of my business," and move on to another must have cost $50 or $60 at the lowest esti- SILVER-WARE COMPANY,
Ie That's the "pass and a mighty useful Boston, :Mass. South
mate. These skirts are furnished by the -- The Cabbage for the
thing it is
where the shekels not redundant
are -
free of cost and when
firm ,, they are put on ,
r. and the ways are long. Lecturers, the young women arrive in the morning and OCH SON'SCelebrated
IS it so especially, and Saxe-now old- taken off when leave the rule to KOBTHIBS MABKZTS,
they being Fashion Catalogue Either for home use or for shipment
A once told me one of his experiences that was *or .
that they must not be worn home. The ob SENT I FREE -IS--
lr very amusing. He had passes on all the ject, of course, is to "show off" the warps, Kith to any address.mer.Illustrates 1386k ready and March lists
,7e railroads and steamboats in the west, hen the effect of which is much better than if every thing for Ladles'.Gents'.Children HENDERSON'S EARLY SUMMER
, thought, but at one time he found himself K and Infants' wear and Housekeeping
tried on over dresses of poorer quality.- Goods,at prices lower than those of any
..e on a short road not down on his chart upon Bulletin.Not hou e in the United States. Complete
it which he had no ticket As the conductor Philadelphia Nittini'action guaranteed,money re This valuable variety as wen as a fall list of the most desirable
funded. 11. C. F. KOCH & SON,
p- came along ho took all his passes from his Bothered About Appearances.I 6th Ave. & ;gOth.bt.. >. \. City.
es hand like a deck of playing cards, "Mr. neber boders merself erbout 'pearances. VEGETABLE SEEDS

et Conductor, said he, "do you play euchre?" Ef I haster be flung by er mule I': rutherbe -vv ..A. rq T'' EJ :D ,
a- "Yes, sometimes." "Well what should described In our Manual ot"E y zx; x u uG 70B TIDE Gsanzs. which will be lent to any
you flung in the mud. I mout Tit; lookin'mis wm be found
up TO BUY FOR CASH, addreSS on receipt of stamps[6c.)to cover postage.
or say to a hand like that?" "I should say den I w?ti ld ef I had been flung on de

1Jl Pass," and Saxe put up his cards as the cone hard groun', but den I wouldn't be hu't ha'f White and Heron Skins
- passed laughingly along.Bostonsh so bad.-Arkansaw Traveler. HendersonSEEDSMEN 1l1m.

Cor. Hartford Post. In Large Quantities. Address Peter
{alIi The habitual wastefulness of Americans
. Risk Involved to Human Life. ,jis compared with the saving habit cf :I-EWISOHXT:: : & CO.,

To say: that anything which has the ca.DatltV peoples of other countries, can not be 227 Pearl Street, :Sew York.
of ministerimr to human needs la I denied.-Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph

1,rr ;: r i d'I

,: 4Y

t -
., THE h'LOUIDA MIRKOt R. government, but because it has a EFFECTS OF THE COLD.It perience. Why, then, should J. G. An Ordinance

".t 1 t .. av good, clear dnd efficient city govern- is not safe;jto generalize from a K. throw out such an alarm signal? Gr 1&tillg. the.Jiighto( ray}\ !through Certain

t !I GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. ment. mere speculative. point of view. The The.public wish to,know what expe- Streets to the'Florida Railway &
: Navigation
s y's' Company.
agricultural correspondent: of the rience has demonstrated in ,Floridaas
Subscription, S3 per year; six months 81. THE INDIAN HOSTILITIES CLAIM. Ti11ie$ nwr" in the issue of the 19th WHEREAS.II.R.'DUVA ,Receiver a,
to the orange, groves of Florida.Is his sucees org

', =4" Office comer Centre and First streets,second floor. We publish on another page a full says on this:'subject: it practically a safe business? gation for the Company benefit of the and Florida its component Railway railway&Sari-

BATES. OF ADVERTISING.Ten and detailed ,statement of the claimsof During .the- month<; of. January, We answer, emphatically,yes. Flori- companies has petitioned the City Coun

cents a line for the 'first, and five cents for Florida for payment of the amount 1886, the"" temperature in Florida da is an orange growing country, and cil and of along Fernandina Front street for a to right a point of way on through Nassa

'4 each subsequent insertion. expended for the suppression of In- sank to 15 without killing the sweet certain than most countries street, for the accommodation of the owners u
.r z14 Special local notices,15 cents a line. dian hostilities in 1856-7. As there orange trees.: That degree of cold are of such warehouses as niay be built bv different -
r,+, l, F Reading notices,25 cents a line. took the leaves from the trees killed for their special products and fruits. parties on water lots,and also for the
Special rate for time advertisements upon application has been some misapprehension in accommodation of the several owners
r .d1 ,, at the office.Communications. some of the more<<: tender plants and When J. G. K. has spent forty years warehouses between Front and Second of
reference to the nature of the claim
froze the fruit on the trees. Trees here he will speak from experienceand streets; andWHEREAS
x upon all matters of local inter we'invite the attention of our readersto not in vigorous growth, lemons, This petition is urged and rec
from not from theory. om mended to the favorable action
solicited from all of the county and of the
est parts
4 t' +it'o/ the lines of Florida railways. the clear and able report upon the limes and citrons, perished by that City Council by the Board of Trade and citizens
4t I' freeze even where the temperaturefell in general,and Council being
subject, made by the unanimous action TIlE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL inipresaed
t' intended for publication
.r All communications with the importance of fostering the .
to 20 This has shown development !
S"IMr } only
:+'" r should be addressed to the Editor; all business of the Committee on Claims, of The Washington correspondent of of the proposed enterprise
'' letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. that the orange trees can endure a It is hereby Ordained by the City Council
which Mr. Dougherty is a member. degree of cold below the freezing the Times-Union reports that the of the City of Fernandina. That the rMit

SA T RDA y' MARCH 27, 1S86. Our member from this district has point, but it will not do to insist thatit River and Harbor Bill may be reported of way for two or more tracks of standard
gauge, steam railroad: is hereby
done a good work in .this matter, in can always resist the degree then this week, but we see no II. R. Duval, Receiver: as Trustee granted, for himself to-

yq. OUR MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. which he has been ably seconded by reached. There were causes exist- other indication. The bill,no doubt, I and his successors for the benefit of the
do incur the of a ing before "and subsequent to that Florida Railway & Navigation Company
Why we expense Mr. Davidson, of the'First District. whichcmodified its effects. is nearly put in shape. We hope the and its components, the Florida Central\:
city government? We have the laws freeze Western Railroad, the :Florida Transit it
\: ? When the claim again comes up we During the\ month previous, the committee have followed the recommendations Peninsular, Tropical Florida, Lees burgand
of the State, we have magistrates, hope their efforts will be crowned weather had been too cool to admitof of the Engineer Depart- Indian River and Fernandina and Jacksonville
and constables road laws I Railroads through and along
sheriffs with success, and the bill passed in the growth of the trees, the sap ment in the amount of allotments I street to a point on Nassau street,and Front under
x and school laws, and we pay taxes was dormant and the cambium conditions hereinafter named.
d time to reach the Senate, where, we they have made. We should have
f to sustain these laws, and can: if we wood was fully matured. ,During SECTION 1. Right of way is granted from
3q& hope, Senator Jones will then be three days"'ifutnediately before andas been glad if this committee or a sub- the intersection of Centre and Front streets,
choose live under these general laws northward Front
: through street to the intersection
found it his and committee had visited Florida
1$ which giving intelligent many after, the night of the greatest and of Front and Escambia streets.for
without a city government, able advocacy. cold, the sun did not :shine and personally inspected this bar and a double track railway one'of which tracksto
costs us as much more in the way of slight rains fell. Thus were the be located in the centre of the street and
this harbor. The
increasing com- the other on the west side of same.
taxes as we already pay for State THE FLORIDA SPRING EXHIBIT. effects of the cold in a great easure mercial importance of this entrance SEC. 2. Right of way is further granted fora
counteracted and this instance continuation of above described
and county taxes. We were not ; may railway
We have had the pleasure of in- not be cited as a fair precedent for from the sea, the growing business from the intersection of Front and Escambia

w R1 ';;.:,>.wy obliged to be incorporated and: did pay specting the fine exhibit made this : the degree of cold'which the citrus which must seek an outlet from along streets for Front two street or more to Sixth tracks((6th of railways) street
the double tax. Why, weobtain week at Jacksonville of the fruits family can endure. Under other circumstances Florida here or at Savannah and its thence through and along through Sixth
a charter and why do we pay has street to Nassau street.
: Florida.
and flowers of No as
argument importance in national of
a point Said
SEC. 3. Company to construct and
+.R -taxes to sustain a city government? conclusive been sustained by the trees when the,
i i. could be so as the view could not fail to itself maintain suitable street crossings and drains
+ :The answer is very plain. Becausewe visible actual made of temperature fell only to 28 The wherever they may be deemed necessary by
display conclusion may therefore be reached upon the committee if they were to City Council; the filling in or excavating,or

expected to promote our interests: oranges, lemons, limes; grape fruit, that 28 temperature is one of dangerto give their personal attention to the the the expense removal of of obstructions the party receiving to be entirely right at of

comfort and security by havingspciallaws flowers, vegetables, etc. They appeal these trees,'and when that degreeis examination what has been accomplished way. excepting when City Council( may join
or ordinances for good gov- to trees I said Receiver in the improvement or open-
,, to all our senses ; they charm likely occur, protection by and be
''' for down disorder and clouds of smoke should be af- can accomplished ing of any of the streets through which
ernment, putting ,
,. the nostrils tickle of is .
eye, regale our our towards a deep-sea harbor for Flor- right way granted.SEC.
drunkenness obscenity and rowdy- forded. We have seen this family 4. In granting this right of way it is
.S{'rt., palates and almost speak to our ears. commence its career in the junglesof ida. hereby specially stipulated that said II. R.
t ,. ism, and by establishing a police The throngs of visitors who have Northeast India where frosts Duval Receiver, as Trustee for himself and
:" #d *l,, force to enforce such ordinances. The commerce of a country always his successors, in interest, shall submit to
1 : thus an opportunity to see for them- sometimes'occur, and it does not appear such rules and regulations on the part of
I k ," ; q We also expected to have better selves the truth about Florida will to have materially increased tends to concentration. The lumber the City, as from time to time may be essen-

lr"i 'A streets and sidewalks, and to estab- hardiness'under cultivation. business has concentrated itself in tial and practicable for the ntainmentof
carry back with them a more'vivid unobstructed traffic; for the protection of

._ :, lish proper grades and drainage. impression of our capabilities and We entirely dissent from this state- the Gulf, at Pensacola and Mobile.On life tainment, health of;good against order.fire, or for the main-

4'4 We expected to improve and keep can testify to the little permanent injury ment that 28 of temperature is one the coast it must naturally concentrate SEC. 5. It is furthermore stipulated that in

qtr;'i lh up a sanitary control of matters we have sustained. The people of danger, or that any necessity itself at Fernandina, where granting from Centre the right to Calhoun of way to street the party, such named privi-,

v .: within the city. of Florida owe a debt of gratitude to exists of" seeking 1 "protection by trees there are ample facilities for anchor- lege shall not conflict with right of way

|? ',*, *T' Al To accomplish these purposes we Dr. Paine, Mr. Anderson and others and clouds of smoke. The fruit, age, dockage, etc., and where the I granted Fernandina by the& Amelia laity of Beach Fernandina Railway to Com-the

I**, 1 **lnir taxed is will not be nearest to the of (Passed and approved May 20. 1S35.)
submitted to be on our prop- who have interested themselves to our experience even point great marts pany.
i t SEC.6. For the protection of existing ratable -
erty. Those who pay the taxes''arc get up the Spring Exhibit, which is injured under any circumstances bya this country and Europe is to be mills located partly upon the street

i>n*>, 4 the .property holders. They are required all temperature of 28. We have seldom found. Our energetic Representative upon which the right of way is given said
? pronounced by a suc- H. R. Dnval, Receiver, etc., before requiring
I' ,,*_t ,f *' C to carry under our laws the cess. .a, winter in which the tern; Mr. Dougherty: has shown his removal of same, shall give the owners
thereof reasonable time to complete existing
'J whole burden ,of taxation. Ought perature 'do.es. 'jnot, go' down to ability tto obtain beneficial legisla- contracts for lumber they may now have.

fyfJm 1 they not to have something to say in THE absurd suggestions of the that point, and no injury' of any tion,"in getting a favorable hearingof the months extent from of such date limit of passage not to of exceed this Ordi four

the matter of municipal government Times-Union that the Governor of consequence is known to have occurred our State claims. If he can secure nance.
:" ? It is their money and not Florida should declare the seat of ,unless the temperature went for his district and his State n Duval SEC. 7.Receiver It is also etc.,stipulated shall avail that himself H. K.of

,,7i, ,;?11t t the brawling; loud-mouthed street Senator Jones vacant and appoint a down to 24 at least, and we know deep-sea harbor, in which his con- the privilege of right of way hereby granted,

t pr x fellows which sustains all the expense successor seem hardly worth serious that fruit will not be frozen at that stituents on the line of the great within construct a reasonable or operate time the and roads upon a contem-failureto

::.' l tii of city government as well as notice. The Times.Union may profitably ter P erature. After an experience ofnearly trunk roads are so largely interested, after plated removal to be built of mills, within such twelve right months of way

J| \' ,*. '- 'V-1- of the State and county. The taxpayers ponder upon the opinion of .fiftYyears, in Florida we are he will receive the commendation of may be withdrawn on the part of the City.

k S %|f have a right to control the Colonel A. K. McClure, of the Philadelphia satisfied tliat-we shall never incur all. We shall also be glad to note Second First reading.reading.March March: 3d.3d.

r-'p, matter-the right which the employers Times, who seems to have any greater damage than the freezesof success in obtaining a public build- Third reading. March 3d,and passed

have to direct the work for which noticed the Times-Union's position 1835 and-1886 and,that neither of ing for Jacksonville and her fair President G. F. AVERT of Council.

1-iaP they pay. It is an old principle that only to say: these are likely to occur oftener than share of the river and harbor appro- Attest: GEO. E. WOLFF.City Clerk..

''s +*ta taxation and effective representation Not content with seeing their favorite once in fifty years. It is a matter of priation. Approved: "".'II.
r son spumed by a wilful Michigan : .
| *
? :should go together. A city government record that the coldest temperatureoccurs
; maiden the of Floridanow
'', fulfil the true people December 20th and Master's Sale.
which not between CT. .A.
speak of Senator Jones as being VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE- RYDER
-functions of providing for the effective hopelessly insane and already sur- January 15th. This is always the BY and sale issued out of the Cir- -PRACTICAL-

administration of the laws is mises are being made as to his suc- coldest portion of our year. The cuit Court for the Fourth Judicial Court of BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHT
Florida, in and for Nassau county, in chancery -
:t'a t not only of no value in that respect cessor. The Governor of the State trees are then in a dormant condi- in a certain cause therein pending,
y has been interviewed Hubbard CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.
concerning his wherein S.B. & Co. are complainants -
nut an injury, inasmuch as it encourages in the but confesses tion and nothing but a depression of and Benjamin Upton and George A.
. power premises, Arnold, business under the and AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY
the law-breaker to disregard to 20 or thereaboutswill doing name I
. t + himself unable temperature
r to appoint anyone style of Upton & Arnold. and GeorgeV.. and all work entrusted to my care
: Ji .all law and decency. until there is a vacancy to fill. As injure them. The philosophyof Bryce, are defendants, I will sell at public promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work care-
S>T.ivr Senator Jones is still Senator auction, to the highest bidder, for cash fully done at reasonable rates. WoodWork
at is well stated
ordinances sufficient their by a
Our are our safety
, before the court-house door in the city'of in all of its branches, at living prices
y + police force is large enough, and we Washington, whatever he may be in correspondent of that excellent paper Fernandina in said county, on the first and at short notice.HorseShoeing.
Detroit there is no and in May, 1886, being the third
vacancy Monday day Specialty.
pay taxes enough to have a good, the Governor cannot create one. the Eustis Semi-Tropical, as follows of said month during the usual hours of a

efficient and satisfactory city : sale, the following property, to-wit: All j y3r Furniture repaired repainted,stainedor
govern- Whether want to not the
s !l,, they or that certain steam saw mill at or near varnished. Wire Safes made to order at
,' : t ment. The reason we do not have Florida people will be obliged to Cold weather checks the flow of Brandy Branch, in Nassau county Florida, short notice.A .

i w s .P roi ;such a government is because it is allow Mr. Jones to serve out his sap ; the leaves have. ,&o.work to per- on the line of the Florida Transit Railroad, share of the public patronage solicited.
: ri ,term. form they cambium or elaboratedsap which was recently run and operated by Respectfully,
i ... made a political question; the city ; Eager & Murray, and Benjamin Eager, J. A. RYDEU.
forms into cellular and woody
called the Tolu Mill, together with the engines --- ------- --
,, + w officials are elected by a party; they THE Times-Union not infrequently tissue; the tree goes to sleep and, boilers, machinery and appurtenances TOURIST HOUSE
depend upon their political caucus undertakes to give information which like a healthy animal, if it is in good to the same attached or belonging, and
also certain tracks, tramways and roads
: u for renomination; they depend on turns out not to be correct, and in condition, it can stand more cold and belonging to and used in connection with FERNANDINA, FLA.

i their party voters for their election undertaking in abuse than a poor, dry, stunted said mill for the purpose of supplying the
to\act as a censor
Ea tree has been shown in our recent same with logs, and all the right, title,
and they are afraid to offend any of reference to local affairs connected as If the weather is privilege and interest of the said S. B. Hub- NOW OPEN$
"freeze. very bard &Co.in and to the land on which the
11$ them by enf rCing.tlic'l. vs: with our city exceeded its range. of cold before the cambium has formed said mill is located and surrounding the

The remedy is to take the question information. The Times-Union also into perfect sap cells in the new:ring same, including the houses and the logging FURNISHED AND I'AINTEI'
% r?. privileges on said land, it being intended to NEWLY
r "of municipal elections out of lacks the valuable quality of draw- and the bark is still loose the expan- include the property purchased by the saidS. o"'IIOUt. First-class accommoda

i ,politics. It has nothing to do with ing distinctions between facts and sion caused by freezing ruptures the B. Hubbard & Co. at a sale made at Fer- tions.
: tender cells, and sometimes causes nandina on.the 5th day of February, A. D. TERMS $2.00 PER DAY.

l r, politics. Every tax payer and every fancy. This is not strange when one the bark to loosen and'split, the air 1883 decree, by J.in A.favor Ellermann.of Alexander receiver McRae undera 5"Special arrangements by the week+>r

't *,citizen is interested in having not considers the vast field over which it causes the starch, sugar _and gum to against Benjamin Eager and others, month.'V.

: only good men, but efficient men, exercises supervision. It gathers turn sour;and the tree is!? often killed. and. a sale made on the 5th day of'March, G. ELLEN Proprietor.Gents WOOD. .
r n placed in office. Office is a public much of its information on the fly Now, it>would be as practical a remark ''under A. D. 1883.decree'by in said favor Ellermann of said S.,B.receiver Hub-, ___u___ __ __

t /. :trust. We wish to advance the interests and some by '''intuition. 'Summedup to make that if the temperature -. bard & Co.against the said Benjamin Eager Furnishing GootlrAt
and others. R. B. ARCHIBALD, great bargains, at .
; j of our pity, not of a party. about the' only absolute facts went to 28 in July the trees Special Master. r '. PAC FesKE s.

! .''' hat political value can our 'city which it seems to ,possess in regardto would_ be injured, as to say that 28 ,-March- 10, 1886. 6w Winter Clothing.

n x I election have for either political Fernandina affairs'is that there'is is one of danger to the orange trees. Fresh Vienna coffee-finest blend. Greatsacrifice, in Winter Clothing! at

a b 1 party ? People will come to Fernan- Town Improvement Company and The experience of half.a century of WHITNKR & SCHUYLEB. PArr. FSKE's.

idina to reside, establish business, in- also. a Mallory Line; the balance of orange'growing here shows conclu- Handsome Presents. Dry Goods.

:; *y.t';vest capital, etc., not because it has its observations lie in the directionof sively that this hypothetical opinion Handsome presents given away to parties Remember the closing out sale i In hFGoods.
buying$10 or more at etc.. at
'i+ ja. ,Republican, or a Democratic city misinformation. has no foundation in practice or ex PAUL FCJTKE'S. 1'\11.: FCSKEI s

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t Notice is hereby Notice.given that the'.followinglames 1886 !.- SPRING AND SUMMER 1886 I
\ have been stricken from the Regis- .
tration Book of the City of Fernandina for .

s i Archer faker the year,,Jack Alexander 1886( : Morgan Morris, J.C.J.W. I PAUL FUNKE'S O". &> T_ :K-Y-OO: : :

. Bruce J. H. Mooney James ( iirryir< t i r i i i i i i I I I I I
,. Bush, Jas. H. Mason, WarrenMitchell Are now receiving weekly large shipments of

1. Barrett Burnside John George Merrow,,J.Chas.H. P.J. f>> l

I_ Clark Collins Butler,John,H.Alfred A. Norman Palmer Person,,Emanuel,Rodwell George flDRY GOODS EMPORIUM] New Spring and Summer Goods

Donovan, Cornelius Polhemus. W. S. ,
r Dohoney, R. V. Rebuild, Henry +++-++-++-++-++-+++t-++-++-t+-+t+i i f-++-++-++-++-+l-f+-f-I++-r+-+t+++t-f Which will be sold at very low prices. A splendid assortment of
I Douglass, John Robinson, Cam
Evatt, W. L. Roberts, Richard
. Floyd John Redman, Richard ,
Freeman David Rone, TaffStewart
Green, Alexander Solo I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof SILBS: C &S: MERE: :S, ;
iSimms, Thomas
Gray.W.E.Gremley, Jacob Stewart, James Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting of Colored 'Mu.'. Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings, White Goods,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres Blankets are
I JIargrett,John Sharklatt, Isaac ; among Plain and Printed India
Hayes,Stephen A Stephens, John my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety; Unon de Deccas, Plain and ,
Henderson, Peter Schuvler, Geo.'V.I Plaid I Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles-
IlutchinsonJames Sheldon, Isaac, Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.
Howett. Cyrus Saunders, Chas. : PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS I
: Jones Johnson Hazleton,James,,Peter James, Jr., Tucker TnckerRobert Trent,Samuel, W. B. GREAT ARGAm&& IN GEHT&&J f LADm&& AND BILDREN''& H &&mRYI i ti tif

Jackson, Randall Turner Sherman Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
King, Samuel P Van Noslrand, C.J. Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everyt 1 nifto OUR SPRING CLOTHING
Ligoeur, Joseph Williams, W. H. be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establi lmient. ,Special 1
. Lang, James, Jr. Wilson George attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofMBOYS' Has been 'received-a magnificent line stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING i
Lang, William Ward, E. J. KING & CO'S Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to order and fit guaran- ;
lcCain, William II. Wishart, Abe teed. This is the Leading House in the United States for Custom-Made Clothing. #!
Lange, C. A. Wood, Richard Although we have BARGAINS in every Department, the following are some of
Lewis, F. B. Warren,DockWashington MEN CLOTHING i iI
Leggett, Samuel Wabby OQ'R: SPECIAL: :BAa.CAIN'S: f
Mooney, J. H. Wilson, Simon : r-
McDermott,John Young, Adam
McBean, R. A. Yerger, H. S. which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at Two FINE Cases HEMSTITCHED BEST PRINTS LINENll'Vool at 5 Cts. GOOD BhckaBUNTING 5 rt<.
By order of the Board of Aldermen. astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at one- HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35 Cts. at 20 Cts.
GEO. E. WOLFFE, City Clerk. of Gents' Underwear and VICTORIA LAWNS at G Cts.
half the cost. Also a large variety BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts. .
, Fernandina, March 4, 1886. Furnishing Goods of every description. Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts. 1
, PROCLAMATION.MAYOR'S Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 els,. t

OFFICE, HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES | is Twenty Yea;s ahead of cornpetion. JL JL %*5 0, ;i
TERSAKDINA, FLA., March 12, 1886. -
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention, and carefully filled. f
, 1., qualified voters of the City of Fernan- for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes,at low prices. In Domestic J. & T.: XYCC: : f
dina that the annual election of officers for Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and,I w\\[\\.not be s
,r said city will be held on the first Monday in undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., !i
April 1886, being the 5th day of said NEW YORK OFFICE-83
r directed assortment of Walker St. \ FERNANDINA FLA. i
month, at the following named places: Attention is also to my large ,
.I Precinct No., at the Mayor's:: Office Third !
I Precinct No. 2, at C. J. Westberg's store, DRY GOODS CLOTHING i iI
Old Town; ,i ito
-; Between the hours of 8 a. in. (standard comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea I rI r ii
o time) and sunset on said day. call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at
t And the following officers of the city will TAN"LT.A.RY' :23, :1SSS. m I
' then and there be chosen by a vote of a CD
I majority of the votes given at said election My prices are positively betow those of any house and fully

viz: JO G 15>> to 25 per cent. less than those of credit ;
I. A Clerk, concern. I want the money down ; they give you thirty and

An Assessor! sixty days in which to pay, and make up for the petty privilege by ,i

t A A Treasurer Marshal r 0 charging you ten years' compound interest. And yet people i insist 0 "

Collector calling this nonsense.
And tour ((4)) Aldermen. To those who have not bought of me, I would ask their inspec-
Given under my hand and the seal of the
city this 12th day of March. 1886; ':FDR.NrsNDIN'A.: : : tion to convince them that I give the BEST GOODS for the money. l"j
W. H. POPE Mayor.SEAL. .
[ .] R. L. DENNEFIELD, .. .. 0B VV r. :L: O :e: M .A N,
City Marshal. m


' m 1TiHEe; e e J.VJ'ODE: : 3: :BRC> 'S CHEAP FOR CASH AT W. J. LOHMAN'S. i'i'k 1 k j


C SHADES. ---18 THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR---":" '" ;;


Trimmed astonishingly Holland,with Stop-Spring 3 feet low handsome wide price by Roller of 6 Pull-Down feet good long;grade,Nickle at the of !i1dl[{ DRY GOODS IN 1886hm! \\ A..c.ErqCCHARLES I


These Shades come in different Colors-
Drab Brown, Olive Green, etc. ,
- On Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Roller. I i OFFICE, S.. W.: CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.
Across the Curtain about nine inches from ,
the bottom,is stamped in Gold Fancy Dado, ,('.'
nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for We have just received from the North and East an F 5

immense stock of : ?
all Complete, with Handsome Pull-Down. .

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i $2-50 Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, MALLORTS _STEAMSHIP LINE 1SEMIWEEKLY 1! I 1 i j

and in fact a f'u1lline in every Department, of the 1 (i

I WILL BUY A LATEST DESIGNS; and as we are able to toy SAILINGs.aa' i-1 1T

l iL OOD, SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEAD, in bulk, we are prepared to offer same at' .

CENTEE STREET. ., Bash of business prevents our naming specialties. ""\'. g rq

.....,.. All we ask is a trial Call and examine our stock ;. ;{/' ; .'-;'; ; p '_ '1 ak..R._ ,:';'

before purchasing elsewhere. ':r. ?" ; '.,' .:
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SASH, DOORS, II6r No trouble to show goods at MODE BI O'S. :' i.iJf :.: '.{:1...Irf"
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T:G. -RUSSELL, M. D., This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
IICnrs-8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 6
p. m. t==;) .. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
I Iu ,
\. freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
Has tt.rnanentl located at Fernandina,
. R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
and offers his professional services to the .1
l eopleofthisplaieundsnrronndingcountry.DisMM's -
Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St. Fernandina.
of children a specialty. H. MALLORY & CO.. _- ;
&: Can be found at the Tourist Hotel. ." > Pier 20 East River.New York. > 51-.

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, t Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Collector of ReVenue-John H. Lee.
: tJ; ,, >y : SANTA ROSA. ly Sun one year. Fernandina
a. ''fJf- i'ij" t in April. Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, To Europe and other Postal Union countries -
Judge-John Chain.
t ; Fall Term- County
,! Nw a : T. Jasper. at $1.52 for twelve months.
k :. ;. :,tf; Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday ink HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. Towns on R. R. Line.
,..\ October. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.
1'J.,' \ : Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams. THE SUN, And Cedar Key.
; :
Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Daily, except Sunday.
.I"' : Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
t Sheriff-J. Jennings, 'Brooksville.
y Suwannee Monday after 4th MondayIn JOHN'S
:I"1' .J Collector of Revenue Jno.E.King, Lecanto. COUNTY. Terms of Subscription by Mail, InvariablyCash
\: j ; October. 4th in Assessor'of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- in Advance, Postage Prepaid on
:.-'!':. ; Columbia, 3d Monday after Monday xille. Subscriptions in the United Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
v': .f.t. : ;: October. W. C. Zimmerman F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
Superintendent of Schools- States and Canada.
iL-,, '* ... 4$ Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine One Year...........$G.OOOne! Month......50 Cts. number of the most eligible and desirable

'> : *i 5 in October. Collector of Revenue-Joseph. F. Llambias, Six Months........ ..3.00Three, Weeks..38 Cts.

kilp S FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. Four Months..... 2.00Two, Weeks......25 Cts. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or for
; Spring Term- County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, Three :Months.... 1.50,0ne, Week..13 Cts.
P- % 'Xi* St. John's 2d Tuesday March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. I St. Augustine. Two Months..... 1.00| City or Suburban Residences
i ":; :t1 t1i Clay, 4th Tuesday, in March. Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. To Europe and other Postal Union coun-
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April.Baker ,
Collector Revenue-'V. J.
;I' 'J:, !: of Month.
,\.. 2d Tuesday in April. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,' tries 76 Cents per UPON EASY TERMS.
:r. 1t'4 ts
Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. :M. Knott;Sumterville.
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,A v. .i .? .xr i., Duval. 1st Tuesday in.May. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sheriff-J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. The value of THE SUN as an Advertising Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
1... i 4; "lt Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman.SAenfThoraas Collector of Revenue-I. N. Withers, Lees- Medium is. of course, in proportion to its
immense circulation and its for ad-
If i'\\ ; St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent. prices parties engaged in manufacturing or Indus-
Schools C. F. Venable vertising far less in proportion to the circu-
't" Gillis. of ,
:- 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D.
.i' \ Clay,
lis !
1 lation-the main element of value in advertising -
:' : r Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker. Sumterville. 'than those of other rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
"":: daily
J in October. Superintendent of Schools Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. any paperof
: 2d
u;. :''f t Tuesday which we have knowledge.The .
i i : "Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. JACKSON. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. safest method of transmitting erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
"it, :,: Duval 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. money
.. F. Baltzell. by mail is check, draft, or postoffice
County Judge-George by
I' ;I> : i.1tA1 FIFTH CIRCUIT. ., Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. residence, or in which to conduct their
t ; v. Clerk-Frank order.
...j ; ':.,.p.i...--6 Spring TermrSuruter :- Scott. Collector of Revenue Wilson-H. Sessions, money "
', :II fj .., j.i.r Live Oak.
; .
'ti ; 3d in March. business.INDUCEMENTS

; 1:1d':: Treasurer-James E. Heam. No DEVIATION
\:v'. I"lei':e ;;k7 Marion; 4th Tuesday in March. Collector of Revenue-John Anderson. Superintendent of Schools-A.. Mizzell, TERMS.

: Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. Welborn. THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANAC, a TO MANUFACTURERS -
q p
March. VOLUSIA COUNTY. valuable publication of ninety-six pages. is
_,?1iJ iJ Mi\.1} Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- published as a Supplement to THE SUN by exemption for a term of years from

1, d\: March. County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. about the first of each year. It is not for sale.
t f h ;. : : Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff-D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. nor is it distributed except to subscribers of taxation, offered by the several cities and

t+#' f.!; ,ywaa', J: 3n April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke,Enterprise. "THE SUN," Daily and Weekly, for whose
1 ', a a U .JfaK Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker,. Collector of Revenue-T.F.;Drudy,Emporia. benefit it is published. Every subscriber to>> towns. Apply to

It t i M ;. ; Sumter, 1st Tuesday October. .:Monticello Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New "THE SUN," Daily or Weekly, whose CHAS. W. LEWIS,

:. :" I; Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer W. :M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. ',. name is on our books the first of the'year.will Fernandina.
-I '
., t.1i.! ..' Putnam 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA//COUNTY; receive a copy of THE SUN ALMANAC stairs
-\1' ';: .1.:y levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of. Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- ree of charge. POffice., Duryee building'up( )

'v .(tJ Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. Sheriff County Judge-R.Charles S.Smith.Alligood,Crawfordville. f A. S. ABELL CO., Publishers, corner Centre and First streets.
It.,' !; In November.
: J LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Sun Iron Building.
Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
t lt. 'flf Spring Term-SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Baltimore, Md.
,J.; '
i, : 'w Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff--C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. --
t I '} Volusia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer Vf. W. Walker, Craw- ,SEWING MACHINES,
;v' j U, '
( Superintendent of Schools J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville.
: Brevard, 1st Monday in March.
J i Collector Revenue-J. J. Pearce Craw- ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, ',' ; .
Dade,3d Monday in April. of .", ,.1,,', i. ,. j" f. "
t"1, ,';1 .f "'-
1' t" County Trea.rnrer-A. L. Morgan, New fordville.
fall Term-
f\Jj For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO
t. :'1t.'f. Orange, 2d Monday in August Troy. WALTON.
Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates Old Town.
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. ,
iti County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. ,
Assessor Taxes-C. C.
of Burch.
::1t 1 t Brevard 4th Monday in September. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. and i *'
Dade, 2d Monday in November. LEON COUNTY. A of every description
r Sheriff--John C. McSween.
ATT "H"t'NT8} for Machine .
Sewing ,
any .
t B ,
l County Judge -E. \. West, Tallahassee. Treasurer-James E. Bowers. for sale. '!,r.; fl ,,-
I. ,jt.l! County Officers. Sheriff' John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret'enue'V. B. McLeod. -4.. ..

t3 ALACHUA. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of &hooC. C. Gunn. Old Machines repaired at moderate .

!: ... ,1".1-: County Judge-Jumus C. Gardner, GamesI' Superintendent Schools-Henry Felkel, WASHINGTON. prices. {" ."'.j!t:Ji tP' .

; : .. ,. ville. Tallahassee. HENRY HOBEIN,
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:. E Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Trea.mrer--J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. County Judgre-Wm.'B.' Jones. Corner Third and Ash Streets, -i( ; -M;. ,\X..

-I' ". t '.,ll' Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Ret'entU-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Clerk-D. D. Melvin. 8 Fernandina. Fla. ,
t" .l : : Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Sheriff-S.Treasurer-Thomas W. Davis.J. Miller. m HE "MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING x .':::;. \.
r ; : '!! I House is noted for the artistic mannerin
i' Superintendent' Schools-W: N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco'Bronson.' Collector of Ret'e1we-John: Roche. which it executes all kinds of Printing.W. ''.,t M1.x" : 'e f

J Gainesville. Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. Superintendent oJ&hools-Henry Bush

i ml: : BAKER COUNTY. Collector of Ret.t11UeV. H. Anderson, K. BAUKNIGHTV If'-

11 lt County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. COTTAGE AGENT, i

J : t4. Clerk-F., J. Pons, Sr.. Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools.-Jas. P. DePass, LUCY e7 '
t t. Sheriff-J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. WHOLESALE AND,RETAIL

'It 1 Collector, of.Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- LIBERTY. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, AND STOCK DEALER;
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t .t. derson. County Judge-R. F. Hosford. ANDDealer 2 '('IY-. Sri'' V.--:
t : : Superintendent of Schools' T m. Lessene, Clerk-A.. J. 'Vooldridge.She FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. in Ice 'j-'
"I", .Il a fl1? Sanderson. G. Harrell.
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Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished withor .TENNESSEE'BEEF A SPECIALTY
y f BRADFORD COUNTY.County Treasurer-J. E. Roberts.
: without board. Table Boarders will be .:NOTE-HE ADS, LET-
;'. l14; ""* Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. I Collector of Revenue-L. G. Wilder. accommodated; also transient. BROOM STREET WHARF BILL-HEADS. ,'etc., neatly printedat

I 1. ; I U Clerk-Henry F.York, Lake Butler. Superintendent Schools- .T.J. Gregory. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. l-ft FERNANDINA. FLA.. the MIRROR office. .

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,Florida &Western E'y. Ar.,Interlachen............ 1.22am 7.12pm
1 Ar. J,T & K W JllIlc.,7.40am 5.10pm

1* -v *l WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 4.55 p m.

THE 29TH DAY OF MARCH. A. DRUGS andHORSEY MEDICINES Ar. Jacksonville......... 1.22 pm 7.12pm

ON. 18R6, I will offer for sale, to the highest ] JEWELRY STORE [ All trains of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .
I (90th) :Meridian time which is
33 minutes
bidder, at my office in Fernandina, for slower than Jacksonville Ocala, Leesburg..... ............ ) Fast Mail
the benefit of all concerned, all the property I* *J & CO. time. For Pemberton's Ferry...........}} .

specified and conveyed to me' in trust, by and after For Astor.................... ............ 11.45 am'!
deed of conveyance dated the 11th day of Offers for the approaching Holidays a fine ON Trains Sunday will,leave May 3d, 1885, For Palat ka.............. ) Ex. Sun. ......_....._

April, A. D. 1884:, executed by the Florida' assortment of Solid and RolledJEWELRY follows: and arriveas For Jacksonville......}[ ...._...... ......_....._

Town Improvement Company and recordedin =| PHARMACISTS |= For St. Augustine_... 3.00am 2.05pm
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
: : : : : TRAINS
Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.

for Nassau County, in record book "U," Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............ ) Fast Mail

95 and 90, the said property having Ladies and Gentlemen's Centre Street, Arrive at Callaahn daily at........... 8:08 a m Frra Astor and :Leesb'rg ............}[ ......_... ._

pages been taken into possession by me, and now Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m From Ocala................ ............ 3.05pm

offered for sale in pursuance of the proviso Gold 2 Silver Watches FERNANDINA, FLORIDA Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 p m From palatka........... ) Ex. Sun. ......_......

ions of said deed. Terms cash, or payablein Arrive! at Bainbridge daily at......_ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville....}} .............. ..............

bonds of the company as directed in the Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50: p m From St.Augustine... 9.30pm 12.45pm

trust deed. SAM'L. A. SWANK, CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS, KEEP constantly of FRESH on and hand a fine assort- Arrive at Pensacola daily at...........10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.
Trustee. FOR- Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m For Yalaha Bloomfield Lane
Fernandina Fla., February 26th,1886. Silver Ware in Large Variety, Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m tula etc.:

and Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg...........................10.30 a m
Sheriff's Sale., Drugs Chemicals. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45pm
_SPECTACLES.. cola Mobile, New Orleans Texas. all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield
AND BY VIRTUE OF AN only-after
UNDER Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- noon trip :
issued out of the Circuit ,
Court.Fourth Judicial Ci rcuitNassau county arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 p m
REASONABLE RATES: Proprietary and Fancy Goods B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m.
wherein the Jacksonville ,
suit determined -
in a Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this

plaintiff&;, and Atlantic Benjamin Railroad Upton Company defendant was, I No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. FINE TOILET ARTICLES, and train New, Savannah Orleans. to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At I

have levied upon and will sell at public auction Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa &;
in front of the Court House,in the Cityof $ill"" Call and examine my stock. PERFUMERY,. SOAPS, ETC., ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. Key West Railway and fast river steamers I

Fernandina.on the first Monday in April, Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- for St. Augustine,Green Cove Spring, Jack- t t

being the 5th day of said month, all the WM. LAKECentre IN GREAT VARIETY. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST sonville and all points North East and

right, title and interest of Benjamin Uptonin West and with up-river steamers for South t.

and to the following described property, Street. .j 8 Physicians' Prescriptions MAIL. Florida; also with the new twin-screw iron, ;

to-wit: The northeast quarter of the north- ;Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship ;
west quarter, southeast quarter of the south reasonable prices. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m "City of Monticello," for Charleston, New :

west quarter, southeast quarter of section 12, Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m York. Boston, Philadelphia, etc. ;

township 2 north, range Vi east, 560 acres; Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m Mail trains make close connection both

fractional section 36, township 3 north, RAILROADS. Leave Callahan daily at............... 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville Tampa & Key West i

range 24 east, 560 acres; east half of south- NEW GOODS Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Railway at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast

west quarter Lots 1 and 2, section 1, town- Arrive at Jesup daily a't................ 6:38 p m Line-Fast Mail.

ship 2 north, range 24 east, 584 acres. Florida Railway & Navigation Go. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25pm At Wait's Crossing, with Florida Railway

Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. -IN THECITY9 Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a in & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At :

JOHN A. ELLELIMANN, Arrive at Washington,D.C., daily..11:15 p m Gainesville, with Savannah Florida & ;

Sheriff Nassau County. THE KEY LINECENTRAL Arrive at New York'daily at......... 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee Savannah i E

Fernandina, Fla., Mareh'6,1830. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars New Orleans and all points North. I
MART)l ((90TH-MERIDIAN) TIME. Savannah to New York without change.EAST East and West; and with Florida Railway ;

Sheriffs Sale. &; Navigation for
Pensacola New
AND BY VIRTUE OF AN -- Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m Orleans and Tampa.At .
UNDER issued out of the Circuit Western and Southwestern Fast Line: Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m Ocala, with Florida Railway &; Navi- }

CourtFourth JudicialCircuit.Nassau county, "a" means A. M. time.to p" means P. M. time. Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35'p m gation Company, and hacks for Silver J

in a suit determined wherein J. L. Smith for Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m Spring. f J
the use of J. L. Vandever is plaintiff, and Read down. Read up. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55pm At Leesburg, with the St. John's &; Lake !
M. DOWNEY 8.00 Lv Jacksonville.. .......Ar3 7.30 Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
William Johnson defendant I have levied .a 5 p8.4a 1
= Arrive at DuPont daily at...........11:00
a Lv Baldwin...... .........Ar. g" 6.46 p pm Railway and boats on Lake Harris for
upon and will sell at public auction, in frontof I 10.10 a -1 Lv Lake City............Ar >" 5.15 p Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p m points on lake. i
the Court House, in the City of Fernan- 10.57 a ci'2 Lv Live Oak..Ar g 4.27 p Arrive Jesup daily at................12:55 a'm,
dina, on the first Monday in April beingthe 11.53 a S Lv Madison_...............Ar 3 3.27 p' Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m' At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
Has now opened his large and extensive'stock 12.15 : Lv Monticello.............Ar {I.I g 1.50'p' for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort Dade I
5th day of said month all the right, title ps:; Arrive at Albany daily at.............,10:30: a m'''
and interest of William Johnson in and of Foreign and Domestic ; 211 p g g: Lv Tallahassee......._...Ar. 2 **. 1.05 p Tampa, and South Florida. f
Arrive at Brunswick ......
3.12 p .>:% Lv QUinCY.................Ar &=' 11.59 a daily at. 8:00 a m O. W. BROMWELL
to the following described property, to-wit : 4.00 p to-. Ar River Junction......Lv aD 11.10 a Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 am I
Northwest quarter of northeast quarter of 4.55 p o-g:;: Marianna...............Lv S-o" 10.49 a Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30: p m SHERMAN General Pass.Agent. J

section 2, township 2 north, range 23 east, DRY GOODSAND ; 7.00 p "3 3 Ar'DeFuniak Springs-Lv "- 8.40 a Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m CONANT I
40 southeast of southeast 10.35 p"gd Ar Pen acola.........:....Lv s-g 5.05 a. Arrive Charleston daily General Manager.
at ..
acres; quarter at ..... .12:45 pill
3.10 a.c:: 1 Ar Mobile........... ....Lv 12.20 a'
quarter section 3, township 2 north, range I 8.15 a Sfn Ar New Orleans..Lv- ;mo; 7.00 p, Arrive at Washington daily..........10:30: a m, 1

23 east, 40 acres ; southeast quarter of south- 6.50 a w p Ar Montgomery..Lv g a 8.40 P Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide.

east quarter section 1, township 1 north, 7.25 p :2 8 Ar.Nashville..............Lv S* 6.55 a Pullman Buffet and Cars via 1
range 23 cast, 40 acres; Lot 3 in section 5, FAMILY GROCERIES 1.40 a .*3: ArEvansville.............Lv z *+ 1.00 a [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading
north 39 8.00 a 'd Ar St.Louis..........._...Lv ;%:; 9. 7.15 p Waycross, Pullman Palace Sleeping indicates intended
township 1 range 23 east acres. Cars as a means of infor-
2.20 a JS:: a Ar Louisville..Ly ft% 1.00 a via Jesup, to Cincinnati.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. CONSISTING IN PART OF- 6.35 a a, Ar Cincinnati.............Lr s 8.45 p' Connections at Atlanta with Western and mation to the traveling public. To be reliable \

JOHN A. ELLERMANN, 9.45 a-g Ar Indianapolis .........Lv r> 3.50 p' Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and it should be correct. The managers of ,
................ I the different
railroad and
Sheriff Nassau County. 10.55 a K Ar Chicago .Lv 7 3.45 p Georgia Railroads for all West and steamer lines will \
French and English Cashmeres Merinos points
Fernandina, Fla., March 6, 1886. Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
Alpacas, Delaines, Satines, Lusters, Prints, Baggage checked through.
by notifying us of changes made in the-run:
Seersuckers a choice lot of Blan- Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
Sheriff's Sale. ning time, when they will be
kets, Flannels of all colors (Red:Blue, Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line, ville to Louisville via Thomasville. rected.] promptly. cor- !

UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A White, Brown, Olive Opera, etc.,) North and'East. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville -
of foreclosure issued out of the Irish Linens, Towels. Napkins. and Nashville Railroad for New
Circuit Court.Fourth Judicial CircuitNassau Doileys, Table Linens and Covers Orleans and Texas points and the West and TRANSIT fc PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
county wherein James Bell is plaintiff and of beautiful design and (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Northwest. At Savannah with Central Day Passenger Train leaves- t

Riley E. Robinson and Betsey Robinson de- finish, Irish and Hamburg 7.20 a 2.50 p Lv Fernandina?...Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p' Railroad of Georgia for all points West and For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and

fendant, I have levied upon and will sell at Edgings, Embroideries, 8.45 a 4.35 p Jacksonville.Lv 9.45 a 5.10 p Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail- all points on Transit Road......10.00 a. m. [

public auction, in front of the Court House, Laces and Shawls, (SUNDAYS ONLY.) way for all points North, with steamshipsfor Savannah and all points North i

in the City of Fernandina, on the first Monday 7.00 a 3.30 p Lv Fernandina.Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p New York, Boston and Baltimore. At and West................................10.00 a.m.
in April, being the 5th day of said 8.26 a 4.56 p Ar Jacksonville. 9.10 a 5.30 p Charleston with steamships for New York. (connecting at Callahan.)

month, during the legal hours of sale, the n READY.MAD JDLOTHING Philadelphia and Baltimore, For Tallahassee Pensacola,and all ;
south half of lot number six. in block number Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail points on the Florida Central &
between Jacksonville and Orlando and Jacksonville
fifty-two. of Fernandina.
City and connections and
and New Orleans. Steamship Baggage Western Railroad..10.00 a.m.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. Checked Also Car berths
Broche"e (plaid and all- .CONNECTIONS: through. Sleeping (connecting at Baldwin.)
JOHN A. ELLERMANN.Sheriff and sections secured at Company's office inAstor.s
Nassau Wool). Broadcloths, Doeskins At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for Day Passenger Train arrives
County. 84 street and Depot
Satinet Jeans. Cotton Palatka and all landings; at St. Catherine with Building, Bay at From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
Fernandina Fla. March 188( .
6. ;
Ticket and board
Flannels:, White Goods, Shirt- Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, Office on People'sLine all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.nx
Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburgwith Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAIIOOCHEE
ings, Sheetings, Gents' Furnishing From Savannah and all points in
lleglstratlon Notice. steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, and JENNIE LANE.
Goods, Hats. Caps, Umbrellas, Boys Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55 p.m. a
Notice is hereby given to the legally quali- \ and Gents' Suits of latest style and fin- Southern, for Lane Park,'Eustis and Astor; at Orlando From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
fied electors of the city of Fernandina that ish,Trunks,Valises. Satchels, Ladies and with South Florida Railroad for all pointson General Passenger Agent.R. all points on the Florida Central

the Registration Bonk of said city is now Gents' Shoes, Gaiters, Hosiery, Ladies andChildren's their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat G. FLEMING, Superintendent. & Western Railroad................. 3.55p.m.
open for the registration: of such electors, at Vests Gentlemen's Company, for Gull coast points,including Tarpon
Underwear Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc. Night Passenger Train leaves ,
the Mayor's office, from 10 to 12 A. M., and
from 2 4 I Florida Southern Railway Co. For 'Vild w od........................... 5.00p.m.
to p. M.. daily Sundays excepted, .
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. For Savannah and all North
until Thursday, March"25th, 1886. All INGRAIN AND BRUSSELSCARPETINGSMattings points
sons not registered at that day are debarred per- Tourists by this Route can reach nearly every important ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING and West................................ 5.00 p.m.
point in Florida, which can be
(connecting at Callahan.)
from voting at the next municipal election, said of no other Line.
to be held on :Monday April 5th, for mu- The most direct route to all points North, East SOUTH. Night Passenger Train arrives
nicipal officers for the year 1886. and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most Accom. Fast Mail. From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and

By order of the Board of Aldermen. Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a. m.

GEO. E. WOLFFE, City Clerk. Bugs Oil-Cloths etc. Read down. Read up. Jacksonville, via From Savannah and all points in

Fernandina, Fla., March 4th. 1886. 9.00 p ......... Lv New York.........Ar ......... 8.00 a J. T. & K.W. R'y................... 7.45 a m the North and West................. 9.45 a.m. ;
12.20 p ......... Lv Philadelphia_...Ar ......... 4.40 a. Lv. St. Augustine:via
......... ........ ........ 1.30 From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and 4.10 p Lv Baltimore Ar : a
St. John's ................ 7.45am
Railway all Florida Central &
China Ware Goblets Tumblers Bowls 6.00 a .....__ Lv Washington..Ar ........11.56 p points on
10.49 a ......... Lv Richmond......_Ar ......... 6.55 p Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p m 9.45 a m Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m. 3
Ewers, Basins, Butter Dishes etc. 3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston.. ..Ar ......... 1.53 a Ar.Interlachen........... 6.30 p m 10.50 a m
8.47: p ......... Lv CincinnatiAr ......... 6.50 a Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

A FOAMALL A :NICE LINE OF FURNITURE 3.30 p ......... Lv Atlanta!......_...Ar ........10.45 a Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 p in 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily, except SundayFor
7.01 ......... Lv Savannah_.....Ar 1.25 8.45
p p p Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 p m 12.20 p m Jacksonville........................ 7.20 a. m.
10.20 4.15 Lv ernandina..Ar 10.00 3.55
a p a p For Jacksonville :....................... 2.50
11.50 a 6.10 p Ar Callahan...........Ar 7.30 a 2.21 a Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30am 12.45pm p.m.
Furniture, Chairs .Tables, Spring Ar. Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p m Train arrives daily except Sunday--
Beds, Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, 12.20 p 8.30 p Lv Jacksonville...Ar 6.15 a 2.35 p From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.
FIRST-CLASS 1.15 p 9.20 Ar Baldwin.Lv 5.20 a 1.45 a Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p ru
and a great variety not mentioned here. I Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville........_............ 6.36p.m.
1.40 9.35 Lv Bald\yin..Ar 5.05 a 1.19p I '
p p Ar. Leesburg.............. 7.00 a m 3.55 m Sunday>>11/-
3.46 12.18 p i
StorekeCDer nOwleeD it for Sale All the above was purchased by the Pro- 2.36p 10.42 p Ar Lawtey..Lv a p I From Jacksonville ....................10.36 a.m.

prietor while recently in New York at the 3.25 2.55 a a 11.07 11.45 p Ar Ar Waldo..Lv Starke..Lv 3.10 2.30 a a 11.56 11.08 p a Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm From Jacksonville ....................656pm. '
p ............
VERY LOWEST FIGURES, and will be 4.25 a......... Ar Gainesville.....Lv........10.05 a Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. 7.00pm For Jacksonville i ........................ 7.00 a.m.

sold at a small living profit FOR CASH. 5.16 p fe Ar Archer..:.;.......LvS' 9.11 a Lv. Leesburg St.Johns For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p.m.
THE BEST Having been established in East Florida 5.49 p $ ArBronson.........Lv 8.36 a &Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m

since 1853 and in this cit.since. 1861, 1 hope 7.50 a Ar Cedar. ;+ey.-: ...Lv 6.40 a Ar. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.45pm MALLORY LINE.
4.15 12.48 Ar Hawthorne.Lv: : 1.35 a 10.20 a
Minn and expect to receive a large share of the 5.53 p p ........a. Ar Silver Spring_Lv ......... 8.47 p Lv. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.55 p m For New York direct every Wednesdayand

PowderTO public patronage,and will endeavor to make 6.15 p 2.40 a Ar Ocala..Lv 11.15 p 8.34 a Ar. Altoona................ ............ 5.30pm Saturday evening.

7.28 p 4.25 a A Wildwood..Lv 9.34 p 7.26 a Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45pm From New York direct, every Tuesdayand
9.05 p ......... Ar Panasoftkee......Lv ......... 6.40 a Lv. Fort 1\fason..10.00 a m 5.00 m Friday eyeing at 3.00 p.m.
1 -+THE CITY MART+- 11.10 p ......... Ar Withlacoochee-Lv ......... 5.80 a p
7.57 p 5.07 p Ar LeesburgLv 8.55 p 6.55 a Ar. Etistis....................10.10 a in 5.10 p m CHARLESTON &: FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. .

8.25 p 5.45 a Ar Tavares.:_.......Lv 8.25 p 6.30 a Ar. Tavares...............10.40 a m 5.30 p m For Jacksonville and Palatka, by City of
in the future as in the past, one of the most 10.00 p 8.15 a Ar Orlando....._...Lv 10.30 a....... Ar. Lane Park..11.00 a m 5.45 p m Palatka or City Monticello Mondayand
popular Stores in the city.I ........._ 1.40 p Ar Tampa ..._.........Lv ......... 6.00 p every
GOING NORTH. Thursday. From Charleston same days.
offer best thanks for favors.
Fast Mail. For Charleston, by same steamers, every
8.30 a ......... Lv -Jacksonville..Ar ......... 4.23 p Daily.. Sunday and Wednesday. From Paiatka and
Many baking powders are very perniciousto M. DOWNEY. 8.53 a ......... Lv ...White House-Ar........ 3.58 p Daily.Lv. .
health, and while every one regards his 9.10 a......... Ar Baldwin-..........Lv ......... 3.38 p Astor .................... ............ 7.30am Jacksonville same days.CUMBEELAND.
0\11.he should also have a care for the tender Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885. Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m ROUTE.

ones-the little children. days and Saturdays at 5.10 p. m.,connecting with Lv. Altoona................. 8.50 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Brunswick -

R. S. SCHUYLER, the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sailing Lv. Tavares................ 3.50 p in 8.55 a m daily at............................ 2.30 p.m.
SEA FOAM semi-weekly for New York direct. Lv. Eustis.. ................. 4.20 p m 9.15 a m (connecting at Brunswick with
contains none of the bad qualities of baking -ARCHITECT.DESIGNS .- Ar. at Fort Mason from :E. T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern

jwwders-soda or saleratus. It contains no Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and Lane Park............... 4.30 p m 9.20 a m and Western points.)
iiurtiul ingredient-no alum or ammonia.SCIENTIFIC. Savannahlea.es Fernandina Mondays, Wednes-
FOR BUILDING OF ALL days and Saturdays, upon arrival of evening Ar. at Fort Mason from SteamerThos.Collyer.from Bruns-

Plans Details trains;arriving at Savannah the following morn Astor...................... 9.40 a in wick daily at............................12.15 p.m.ST. .
with Specifications andThursda's
and Superintendence. ing. Leave Savannah SundaysTuesdays Fernandina the following Lv. Fort :Mason........... 9.50 a m MARYS RIVER.
m., reaching I
All Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam a. m.p.Connections at Savannah with all I Ar. Lcesburg:: .............. 10.35 a m Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
commend it. who have used it
will have no other.Housekeepers Cooks whose best efforts rail lines and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00.. a m For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday .

have failed with other powders, are jubilant WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, and Savannah vessels to and from New York and Ar. Leesburg .............. 10.", a m and Friday........................ 3.00p.m.For .
Boston, and at :Fernandina with trains for all
o\'erSea Foam. Saves.time,saves labor saves Florida points. Kx.Sun. St. Marys and Dungeness, on .

Money. ........
It is positively unequaled. Absolutely pure. pOMMISSION MERCHANT, BRUNSWICK AND INLAND S. B. CO. Lv. Leesburg.............. 6.30 p m 10.45 a mAr Wednesday and Saturday. 2.00p.m.
Used by the leading hotels and restaurantsi Connects at Fernandina daily from and to South Lake Weir... 8.10 pm 11.18 a m For St. Mary's and King's Ferry
-AND- and ........... 8.00a.m.
New York city and throughout the country.For Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. Ar'p m 12.25 p m Monday Thursday .

sale by all first-class grocers. Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber Collyer leaves at 2.00 p. m.A. Ar. Micanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 p m Steamer Martha arrives

MACDONELL, Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 a m ".35 p m From St. :Marvs and Crandall on
GANTZ JONES & CO., General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Jacksonville ; Monday and Thursday............ 7.00a.m.
BY THE CARGO, Fla. Lv. Rochelle................ 3 50 a m 2.40 p m
and Dun
176 Duane St., J.: T. D. E. MAXWELL Gen.Sup't. Ar. Gainesville, ......... 4.20 a m 3.05 p m From St. Marys eness.
on Wednesday and Saturday.... 9.00 a.m
For Domestic or Export Trade, I send for our Select List ot Lv. Gainesville.........' 3.00 a m 2.05 p m From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,

FOR FINE PRIX I'IXH. SEND YOUR. ADVERTISERS Geo. P. Rowell & Co. Lv..Rochelle............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00. .p.m
to the MIRROR (lffic FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. 10 Spruce Street, New York. Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a m 3.24 pm




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,, THE FLORIDA MIRROR MARCH 27, 1886. -.. .- ...

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The City Election., The Gallant .Little ".M1 oe" in aNew I Notice to Voters. ,
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t -' .. .' ;; Role. The following gentlemen ,have been appointed -
THE. BOARD OF TRADE ENDORSE A BUSINESS .. ..." -' as inspectors, of election at the: following -

I.OO.A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS ,TICKET. HEARTY THANKS TO' MR. CARNEGIE FOR A plates designated, for the election for Fresh Garden Seeds,
At the meeting of the Board of Trade TRULY KIND ACTION.Measuredby'thafstanilard municipal officers, to' bl'"held 'on' ",Monday,

Reflection held on Monday evening last, the Committee I ': which ,tells us April At Precinct 5th, 1886.?'o. Mayor's Office, City.of _; S CROP OF '805:

on :Municipal! Affairs, to 'whom was referred it is not only lawful, but expedient, for us Fernandina-Charles A. Xo\.,(>,s. John Gor-
; Mr. C. K. Dutton, of Live Oak, was In the don and F. Lewis. In papers or in bulk, at
the'mattcr of recommendingticket to do good: on the Sabbath day, the owners
this week.rxr"t' At Precinct No. old
r city 2Capt.Vt'stber's:
: for the endorsement of the Board at the of the sfea'm-yacht .Jtfws0< must feel well
ra14f store. Old Town-T. A. ,Acosta.. Romeo FRED W. HOYT & CO'SCorn
The Mallory steamship Slate of Texas arrived next municipal election, reported the following l- pleased i at the ''result of the timely aid rendered Denegal and Charles Williams.

1i' : in port early this morning. ticket, which was,' after some discussion to a number of our citizens, who on W. H. POPE, Mayor.

't Mr. A. H. Haskins, manager of the Eg- accepted as a 'whole. The committee that day found themselves a very critical GEO. :K WOLFF, City Clerk.
Fernandina. Fla.. March 12 1886.NoUce .
mont, Hotel, left for New York yesterday in making the report, stated that as well as distressful condition. ,

morning. they had, as far as they were able to,- divided Some six or"seven men were navigating a to City, TaxPayers.Notice .

:. Next Wednesday is the last day in which the offices 'between the two political large lighter containing some 2,000 bushelsof is hereby given that all real prop--

you can pay your State and county taxes parties, and had endeavored to make it shell, for.our city when, owing to the' erty on which the city taxes remain unpaid

without extra cost. strictly a ticket of business men. The following high wind, strong ebb tide and the partingof on the first day in April will be advertised to Oats, Hay, Bran
be sold for the taxes due thereon for the ,
is the ticket their anchor the became
arrived : gear, lighter
Mr. Vanderbilt's yacht, Videttc, year 1885.
tl ; s ray For Mayor-James MeGitfin. manageable and drifted seaward. On C. J. WESTBERG
t ? in port from the St. Johns last Wednesday ETC.
For City Clerk: -George E. Wolffe. nearing the submerged jetties, on which the City Tax-Collector.
and left for the North on Thursday.The .
Fernandina Fla. March 13 1886.
For City J/arshal-8amuel L.Dennette.For sea was breaking with some violence, nothing ,
schooner Annie E. Rickerfon was discharging -
Tax Assessor-George F. Lewis. seemed left ,to the unfortunate folk in AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
'- of merchandise for
yt, >t S#: cargo general For Tax Collector-John A. Ellermann.For the lighter but to abandon it and 'save Building Material. -
, Fred W. Hoyt & Co., at Centre street dock,
Oily Treasurer-Chas. V. Hillyer.For themselves, if possible, by swimming '
early.in the week. BRICK, LIME, PLASTER, FRED W. HOYT & CO.
Aldermen-Fred W. Hoyt Emil 0. through the sUrf, This some of them were '

44 p An entertainment composed of ventrilo- Friend, Patrick Kelly,Theo. Starbuck. actually! preparing: do \when their sad CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS,

experiments plight attracted the notice of Mr. Carnegie,

Halting the Slate. who, with some friends, was returning SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,

Lyceum Hall this evening. One hundred home: He at once most thoughtfullyaltered Retailers of TobaccoCAN
ti'a t4.: presents will be given away. the course of the yacht and ran to
i *** *" George Wilder, of Lawrence county, Ga., their assistance. Even when the lighterwas FRED W. HOYT & CO.
Pursuant to a call a large number of citizens SATE MONEY BY BUYING
< r4itI'1 was arrested in this city on Wednesday last reached it was found very difficult to
assembled at Lyceum Hall last night,
;,'+rt k by Sheriff J. A. Ellermann upon a warrant keep her off the jetties. Ropes and hawserswere When You Paint FROM US.
in order to select a ticket for the next mu- ,
from United States Commissioner Meek, of attached and parted_,more than once
nicipal election which is to be held on Monday ---
Jacksonville. Wilder was arrested for illicit ere the unwieldy craft and cargo could begot OR
distilling. He was taken to Jacksonville into a place of safety. By sacrificingsome USE FIRMS IN THE STATE THAT BUY
a"dry Mr. G. N. Saussy called the meeting to order -
: AS h and turned over to the United States Marsha of the latter, however, the lighter was W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare
and Mr. :M. A. Williams was chosen LORILLARD'S GOODS
there made more manageable but not until five
r i chairman and J. A. Edwards, secretary. acknowledged ,to be of superior quality,
hours had elapsed since they first went to
'' The Regatta. After the chairman had stated the objectof ; DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS
& her assistance did Mr. Carnegie and his and will much than
cover more cheaperand
|:> ,&,$:& The boat race was sailed last Monday in a the meeting, Mr. W. N. Thompson requested -
friends reach home, after their truly kind
4 t ,"-SSiwtv j fine breeze, four boats entering-the Orilla, the secretary to read ,the ticket put, lighter brands. Sold only by J/dfJ"" GET OUR l UOT1TION'SFRED :
which On
% act, we hope, was appreciated.
N'A! Undine, Jessie and Nettie and Annie. The, forward by the Board of Trade.

r', : /fi: start was; from the steamship dock on signal 1 Major George R. Fairbanks then addressed inquiry from CaptalnThoinpson, we learned FRED W. HOYT & CO. W. HOYT & co.
; that the powerful 'machinery. of the Missoe
'from the cannon on the yacht Missoe. The the meeting, giving the reason why the
,rid stood all parties in good stead ; hut we are
t Annie was first over the line at 1 hour 50 Board of Trade had suggested a ticket, and
; sorry to hear that a good deal of damagewas
'r? minutes 55 seconds, followed 3 seconds asked the co-operation of the citizens. (His
done her bulwarks the
& to by unaccustomed -
<** later by the Orilla, which was followed in argument was somewhat the same as the

iiF <1'i: i% turn by the Undine in 32 seconds and last editorial on another page of this paper.) rough usage.Shipments FRED 1ST. HOTT & CO.FFFFF

; the Jessie and Nellie in 25 seconds. A quick Mr. Fairbanks was followed by Mr. Williams froyi This Fort. .

ti >, "y"f11" l ltf run was made to the sound, but Tiger buoy, the chairman, who made some good During the past week the following ship-

t the turning point, was as elusive as ever in suggestions.The .
i ', .tr ra ments were made from this port via the New
i; a strong ebbing tide and flawing wind, and ticket, as a whole, was then ratified York steamship line:

: right around here the interest was greatest. by the meeting, and upon consultation the Per steamship Carondelet, of the Mallory U U RRRR NN N II TrTTT U U RRRR BEEEE

'r"" Not one of the contestants succeeded in chairman was requested to appoint the following Line, for New York, March 20-74,003: feet F U UR R NN Nil T U UR R E

rounding the buoy at the first attempt, and committee as an executive committee lumber, 12,500 pounds fresh fish, 50 barrels F ,U UR RNN Nil T U UR REF

ne.arlyan made a second or third tack before to secure, by all lawful means, the elec- rosin, 34 cans shrimp,:; 10 bales moss, and U URRNNNIITU URRE
lf y 60 packages merchandise.Per FFFF U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEEF
.4 *rt **- they could stem that powerful tide and gets tion of the ticket: Chas. H. Berg, J. Fred. U URRNNNIITU URRE
> steamship San Antonio, for New York,'
to the.... windward of that point. The first to Lohman, James T. O'Neill, E. P. Noyes, March 26-35,000 feet lumber, 6,250 pounds F U UR R N NNII T U UR RE

do so was the Annie, llowed soon after by Albert Glaiber, F. C. Latham, George E. fresh fish, 317 cases cedar, 90 barrels rosin, F' U U R R N N N II T U U R R E

the Orilla, then by the Undine and Jessie and Wolffe. 6 bales cotton, 52 packages vegetables, 39 F UUU R R N NN II T UUU R R EEEEE

J e Nettie. Their relative positions were kept The"committee was authorized to fill any cans shrimp, and packages. merchandise.A .

? till tne finish, which was made in the following vacancy that may occur on the ticket, and

j ,it actual sailing time: to increase their number to some odd num- Card.

Annie\ ..................................Ih. Olm. 45s. ber. Having been appointed at the Citizens' Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second.J
x.3,1t: ;: Orilla..................................Ih. 03m. 17s. meeting, last evening, as one of the executive ,

Undine.................................Ih. 21m. 55s. The secretary of the executive committee i committee for the purpose of securingthe
S "t'' '}r Jessie and Nellie.....................Ih. 23m. 25s. election of the ticket endorsed by the
early this morning, handed us a report of meeting, I beg to decline the appointment.In .
for difference in
But the time allowed
the following action of the committee: past years I have,done my share fully to -
+ length placed the Orilla as first, the Annie secure a good government for Fernandina,
The executive committee held
second, Undine third and Jessie and Nellie a meetinglast and while, as an individual, I shall still give
= night, and finding that two of their my best endeavors to secure the election ofa
'r fourth.
1 number had refused to accept the charge, it good and representative ticket I believe
Ata meeting of the club, held Tuesday,
there are other gentlemen more able to per-
that the !
was agreed following gentlemanshould
the report of the judge F. A. W. Marshall, form the duties assigned me last night. THE ATTENTIONOF
be added to the committee : G. N.
was made, awarding the silk club pennant
Saussy: S. A. Swann J. H. Prescott, Fred
> ''> W. Hoyt, H. E. Dotterer, J. D. Palmer. Card.I .
; 'tf the Mirror: Cup, to the Undine.

The club at the also made decline the appointment on the execu-
same meeting, Mrs. Grundy Says
tive committee of the Citizens' meeting,
*: .' Mr. T. M. Carnegie an honorary member That boating interest is on the increase, made at Lyceum Ha J..Iast night.

tal'SR-rSS and presented Mr. Carnegie, Jr., who was and several new boats are promised.That J. FRED. LOHMAN.

;3, v prize present pennant.and who sailed in the Oritta, the the boat the club elegant as a 'third Mirror prize cup,presented was turned to MARINE. II/Irm/ H 0 USE K E E P E RS111111\\\\/

; Notes on the Race. over to Capt. Hubby, sailing master of the Port of Fernandina. ,

The Jessie and Nellie broke her tiller just Undine, amidst great enthusiasm.That HIGH WATER. '. I''

Mar. 27........... 1:22A.M.
Mr. Andrew Carnegie offered to Saturday, 1:44P.M.
; ; j at the start, and also again at the turning Sunday, 28........... 2:19": 2:40: "
buoy in the sound, thus placing her at a wager half thousand with Judge Marshallon Monday, 29 .......... 3:12: 3:36: .'
I the Orilla, but most unfortunately the Tuesday, 30............ 4:05 4:31" -IS CALLED TO THE-
great disadvantage. Wednesday," 31............ 4:57": 5:25 "
n The Orilla also lost a portion of her keel "Judge" had changed his vest just before Thursday, April 1............ 5:47 1 6:15: "
r;, ,, s; ; d the race, and was a few dollars short of the Friday, 2............ 6:34: 7:02 .
: and got the centre board jammed in such a amount. ENTERED.

manner as to impede her progress mate- That one of the Vanderbilts was in town Steam-packet Thos.Conyer,Dihvood.from Bruns- COMPLETE ASS02TMENT

'' : riall '. last Wednesday and every "nickel" he left wick, Georgia, daily.
I"y+ w I here was captured and laid aside as a nest Steam-packet St.Nicholas, Usina, from Savannah
: The Undine needed deck all her to
a over
I Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; freight
the lucky trusting that mil-
.*, egg possessor a and to Line (F. R. & N.
Key )
keep out the damp salt water, which would lion or so may yet be hatched therefrom. Mar. Steamship passengers Carondelet. John Risk. for OFFiTLYCRO

1 persist in coming in over the lee. That the weather of late is very suggestiveof New York; freight and passengers, by

ls'' + The Annie came in dry (awful dry!) with linen coats and straw hats. Who is the R. W. Southwick agent.
>!, first out? Mar.25-Steamship San Antonio Wilder, from
t all hands regretting that they did not have New York; freight and passengers. to
That lawn dresses, lawn parties, lawn ten- R. Southwick
that big jib that they will have some day. nis and laundry bills will soon be flourishing.That Schooner W. R. agent.Chester Thompson,

The resolution at every one seems to be holding their Michias; in ballast. ,
following was passed a breath in suspense over the wonderful rail- Schooner Annie E. Rickerson, Foss,New CERIES1.1j
meeting of the Fernandina Boat Club Tues- road improvements that York;tor F.W.'Hoyt &Co.,mdse.
are expected ; "
20-Schooner Anna R. Bishop, Rulan, Perth
day : That a vote of thanks be extended to That it is hoped there will not be any Amboy;railroad,: iron.CLEARED. .
ti tr, it Mr. T. M. Carnegie for favors shown to fizz! boom!! ah I 11! about it. We don't want ,
our expectations to "go like rocket
.4 + Judge Marshall and the press representative and come down like a stick up" a Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dllwood, for Bruns-
,, r and members of the club and the wick, Georgia, daily.
w'' opportu- That we are bound to have a municipal Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina for Savannah BOTH
nity given them to view the entire race from ticket that snits everybody, if we have to Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
tk' I' try try again." and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.),
the yacht Missoe, which accompanied the
: That the "Millen Road" is marching Mar.Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from
b ,. j boats over the course; also, that the Secretary ward towards us-but where does it cross on- New R. W.York Southwick; freight, and passengers, to

+ i forward a copy of this resolution to Mr. the St. Mary's river? That's what some Mar.26-Steamship City of Antonia,Wilder, u''
Carnegie and to the press. other people want to know. for New York; freight and passengers, u
That the Citizens' Meeting last'evening by R. W. Southwick, agent.
The Undine has challenged the Orilla for a was a great success. General Apathy was 14 Schooner ballast.Wm. Hays, Smith, St. Simons;

1 lI' race, to take place within several weeks,at not present, as expected; but General Utility 26-Schooner Jesse W. Starr, Barrett, Phila-

which time the club will sail another regatta Active Partisan, Conservative Citizen, delphia;lumber by Mizell&Bros. .
and Best Interest :; WHICH WE ARE OFFERING- -
4 t under the same conditions as the last- were out in full force, VESSELS IN PORT. -
ty while General Good, Colonel Aspirations, Schooner Palatka. Chapels.
the winning boat to take the pennant, etc. and Major Concessions seemed to be in per- Schooner R. S. Mulford, Hand.
f* fect accord with Private Opinion and the Schooner William H. Kenney, Lipincott.

., ; 4'1N; If. JIT. 5. Pinafore. Arrant Straight Demagogue Ticket brothers.was unable Unfortunately to be pres-, Schooner Schooner Annie Anna R.E.Bishop Rickerson, Rulan., Foss. AT VERY LOW PRICES.

ent, and it devolved upon General Acclama-
e REAPPEARANCE OF OLD FAVORITES IN AN OLD tion to name the ticket, which he did by To the Voters of Fernandina.I .

.6 FAVORITE OPERA. nominating Available Candidate; and Pop hereby announce myself a candidate for .
R 4 ular Enthusiasm having slyly packed the City Tax Collector at' the election for city
On Tuesday evening next the popular Hall just before the vote, this ticket was officers to be held on Monday, April 5th,

Bijou Opera Company, with Miss Adelaide carried with only one dissenting voice. 1886. Having been honored by an electionthe

r : + Randall as prima donna, will appear at two previous'years. I, can point with

Lyceum,Hall: in Gilbert & Sullivan's popular FERNANDINA, March 25, 1880. pride to my record, having made a closer WHITNER & SCHUYLER
collection and a cleaner balance sheet than
To the Editor of the Mirror:
L 1 H. M. S. Pinafore. The
t ;d opera com't' of
The stealing of flowers and shrubbery any my predecessors.
pan carries scenery adapted especially for from the graves in our'cemetery is of almost C. J. WESTBERQ.

*1 the opera, making the stage look like the daily occurrence. Is there no way to detect Fernandina, Fla., March 2"2, 1886.

deck of a man-of-war. The company is a these thieves? and is there any adequate
punishment for such crime? There NO. 47 CENTRE STREET.. .
a splendid one, and needs no recommendation a ought Balance of Fall and Winter Stock sellingoff
to be found a way to detect and also to pun at still greater
from us. ish these infamous vandals. "". reduction.J.. & T. KYDD.
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