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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: April 10, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
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VOL. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1886. NO. 20. '

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IN FLORIDA. will take the pains i to visit Ocala and that Waldo is 'a thriving,!enterprising town,' Mobile, Ala; H W Gray, Charleston; N S An Ordinance
section of Florida can easily settle all doubts about five miles from the northeastern boun- :Mosel)', Va; T J Griffiths, New Zealand; G
II Worth, Fla N K Nordt L W Granting the Right of Way through Certain-
: Bettes
Tnt LAND OF FLOWERS, RAILROADS AND IIO- by a personal inspection. I am glad to be dary of Alachua county, 56 miles, from Chr stiansburg.;Norway; T,P Harthill( W N, Streets to the Florida Railway &

TEL.-OCAGA AND MARION {COUKTY SILVER able to bear my testimony to the good judg- Jacksonville, on'thecentral division: the' McNarv., city; Fred Clark, N Y; A J Barnett Navigation Company.

SPRINGS-THE GREAT ORANGE ment of the gentlemen who purchased so F. R & N. Ry. Its population is about 700, Jr Savannah; Charles Kenton, N Y; TIT HEREAS. H.R. DUVAL, Receiver, as

GROVES AT CITRA-WALDO AND largely in and around the locality of Par- and it has good railroad facilities as well as H C Green, A M Price, Natchez. Miss; Peter for T Y the Trustee benefit fur the himself i Florida and his successors
J Hill, Fla; G H Dunning, Montreal; Jas Railway&Navigation -
GAINESVILLE. kersburg, Fla. the Santa Fe canal. An excellent paper, Minzies, Jacksonville; H .Millt'r and wife Company audits component railway !
Ox THE WING, March 11.-Ocala is the After a drive around Ocala in the morn- the Advertiser, Col. Johnston, editor, ,"is'published N Y city; GV Harney, Orlando; Miss E companies lia;. petitioned the City Council I

county scat of Marion county, one of the ing, our party went to the depot of the here. Ou stay. was limited" but we Kelly, city; J L Goldsmith, Brunswick: E ). and of along Fernaniiina Front street for a right of way through :'
to
Powell, Hartford. Conn J F Dunn Thomas : a point on Nassau
richest counties in the State, and possessing Florida Railway and Navigation Company, were cordially received" by the citizens. The vilie: : Mrs D McClear;, Cedar Keys. ; W B- street, for the accommodation of the owners

all the good qualities of Orange and Sumter where we found our special Pullman car town was decorated with flags; and we dubbed Hodgson, Archer: P G Ea nn, New Haven; different !

counties, which border, it on the south., awaiting us. It was like getting home to it the "Flag City."' ;East of the town is J P Balsur.!' New Berlin; Capt L M Bell. Waterford accommodation r
called the Blue Grass, Luzano's a perfect net-work of lake large and small Conn; C E Smith. Capt C Merwin, of the several owners of !
Marion, sometimes see the familiar faces of the port- ; Capt T E Merwin, Capt E Williams H B warehouses between Front and Second :
county, owing to its location, has 1,680 ers and conductor once more. As we are to which give to this section the, name' of the; Haskins, New Berlin, Fla; H G Watkins., E streets ; andWHEREAS. !

square miles, or 1,075,200 acres. It is one of sp'end several days along the line of this Central Lake Region'.' Waldo is in a fine L Evart, Pavilion, NY; H N, Alpin Perry, This petition is urge-l and recommended !'

the most fertile counties in the State, and, great railway system, the Key line, a few vegetable, peach and orange district, though N Pa Y John; P H Tuckerton Flynn Jas and Welsh child, Blandsburg J Banta City Council to by the the Board faavorubleactiuni of Trade and of citizens the- J;
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besides oranges, raises much sea island cot- words as to it will not be out of place. It is pretty well north in the State'. The oldest Banta, Mrs JV Banta and daughter Miss in general, and Council being impressedwith

ton and sugar cane. It drains both to the the pioneer line of Florida, and its most important and largest orange tree' in the State is but :M Daritv, Miss Annie Carley, N Y; M J the importance of fostering: the deu-I-

ocean and the gulf, and possesses some of one. It comprises over 500 miles of three miles away. This ,tree)is 9 feet in cir Moran, P Moran, W R Moran W H Yo- opm It is lIt hereby of the Ordaintd proposed! I II"enterprise the City Count

the richest and most extensive hammock main track, and when completed will ope- cumference, 37 feet highland; bears 10,000 man. Mass Long; S Island Cook;Akron EE Fen, Ohio mo.; J Westminster W Hughs-, of the City of Feniamliiia.: That the rght

)lands in the State. It boasts of the two rate about 800. and will bring Havana, oranges at a crop. Col. Ned. E. Farrell, of Cuba; T E Stillman, Alfred Hancock and of way fur two or more tracks of -tamlard! I

famous "springs" of Florida-the Silver Cuba, within 170 miles of railway transpor- this place, issues a line map of'Florida, wife J Wilson, Thomas Hamilton, D Fer- gauge H. K.) steam railroad, is hereby granted to
later in the which he sends free. ral, Miss E Wilson and sister, C L Harper, Duval. Receiver, us Trustee, for him-
Springs (of which more on) cen- tation. It embraces several division, as N Y A A Cumings Genesee Hol- self and his successors, for the benefit of the
tre of the county and the Blue Springs, in follows: The Central Division extends from Fourteen miles from Waldo, in a south- lins,; Phila; W Barry, Boston;; Henry A F Tyler, Florida Railway & Navigation Compar

the southwestern portion, which sends fortha Fernandina, on the Atlantic coast, to Cedar westerly direction, we came to Gainesville, Jacksonville; A P Fenton Boston; John and its components, the Florida Central &

clear blue stream into the Withlacoochieriver Key, on the Gulf, a distance of 155 miles, the capital of this rich county of Alachua. Thiton, N O; Mrs I.iscombliss Liscomb Peninsular Western Railroad Tropical, the Florida Florida Transit t

some 20 miles from the gulf, big making a rapid transit for steamer freights Gainesville is the largest and 'most important G N Hern Y city, Wilmington; Henry Miller; N,P Brooklyn Herndon,,N Tampa Y; W Indian River and Fernandina, Leesburg and Jackson-and.,

enough to float large steamers. The largest from New York to Gulf ports. A branch city in the State outside, of Jacksonville, M P Allin. Indiana; C A Munsell, Jackson-; ville Railroads through and along Front

natural orange groves in the State are in this runs direct from Fernandina to Jackson- Pensacola and Key West It ,has had an ville; C W Hilliard, Hilliard, Fla; AJ Haig street conditions to a point hereinafter on Nassau street, and under

will do to tie to"if almost phenomenal h.due to the and wife, F W Thomas, Dover, N H. named.
Marion
county. county ville, 32 miles long. The Southern Division grow productiveness SECTION 1. Right of way is granted from
looking for a location. extends from Waldo to the Withlacoocheeriver ; of Alachua county and the fine the intersection of Centre and Front streets" .

Ocala is very centrally located, and is a 105 miles. The Leesburg Branch from, I railway facilities it 'enoys> Besides the List of Letters northward, through Front street to the intersection -
Remaining in the post-office at Fernandina, of Front and Escambia streetsfor
brick In 1876 it had Florida Railway and Navigation Company'sfine
busy city. a Wildwood is miles The Western
bustling, 22 long. Nassau county, Florida, April 10th, 1886. a double track railway, one of which tracksto t
population of 300. In 1880 it had 900. Then Branch runs from Jacksonville to the Chat- road, it is the west rl1' terminus of the Persons calling for these letters must say be located in the centre of the street and :

came two important railways, and now it tahoocliee river, 209 miles. With other Florida Southern Railway, and the southern advertised : the other on the west side of same.

has nearly 3,500. To-day it has three rail- branches it makes up a system of 540 milesof terminus of the Savannah, :Florida & West- Bonaud, Laura E Mattson, Carl H SEC. 2. Right of way is further granted fora )1
Brown, jr, lIrs1 W Morrison, Mary continuation of above described railway
roads, besides the Ocklawaha river, at Silver main track. Our party was personally ern Company's.Florida system. This givesit Burrell, Harry Morrison, C M from the intersection of Front and Escambia "

Springs. In 1873 Ocala was laid in ashes. conducted by Walter, 'G. Coleman, the genial direct and quick transit'East, West.. North Baker Sezar Mathews, John A streets for two or more tracks of railways ;

To-day it contains more solid improve General Traveling Agent, and Col. F. and South. Gainesville'is the place for t eState Benedict, W G McLennon, T J along Front street to Sixth ,((6th) street J ,.
Coleman, Julia Martin Mrs James thence through and along through Sixth
than of its sister towns eighteen capital, if a change should ever be ,
lucnts any ; B. Papy, the General Traffic Manager of the Dickerson, \V 0 Prescott, E A street to Nassau street.
substantial brick buildings have been erected company, on all our journey over, their made.It Emery Lizzie Petsrson, T R SEC. 3. Said Company to construct and

; an ice factory, novelty works, steam lines, and to Col. Papy's successful manage- is a beautiful city, and has a fine, new Ellis, Mrs Thos S Partridge C F maintain suitable street crossings and drain

laundry, mills and more hotels. The cost ment of the time schedules of our special court house of brick that "lays' over" anything Evans, E T Schatt, W F wherever they may be deemed necessary by
Gromley, James Simmonels City Council the filling in or excavating
Prof M S ; or
of its public buildings aggregates, all told, train and :Mr. Coleman's many courtesies- of the kind in West Virginia. It has Harriman, C E Saunelle John the removal of obstructions to be entirely at

$375,000, besides the large number of residences which extended over a week's time-the also other fine brick and public buildings. Hailing, Mrs Ann Smithy. John the expense of the party receiving right ol

and other business houses. Thirtyseven great success of our trip in the central and It has the U. S. Land Office, ,the East Flori- Jones, Adolphus Synes. Thomas way excepting when City Council may join \
Jinkens, George Tischler, T said Receiver in the improvement or open- i
houses are now in course of construc- western of Florida is due. da Seminary with a fine military school, a i,
part Jackson, Harriet Thompson F P ing of any of the streets through which
tion.Ocala Our first objective point, after leaving number of good hotels, fine streets, over Johnson, Mrs SilaVhite, Augustus right of way is granted.SEC. .

can well boast of its fine brick public Ocala, was the famous Silver Springs, six 4,000 population and a first-rate daily eve- Kiser, Margrett White, Mrs T; W 4. In granting this right of way it is \

buildings, including court house, two miles This vast circular basin 600 ning paper, the News, (with a White'man for Lafies,'Mr Williams, Mrs E B hereby specially stipulated that said H. R.
away. Labere Duval, Receiver for himself and
: 0 G' Walters Miss Cora as Trustee
banks, hotel, etc. It is a solid, prosperoustown feet in diameter,and about 50 feet deep, is editor) and several weeklies. :Its a lively' ,' McCray, Charley Wilson, Miss MaybeeS. his successors, in interest, shall submit to '. ., (

and destined to a much larger growth. the of river known Silver go-ahead' place. Its' largestlridustry.is( the",' .', ... r .Toanah Witsop .' such rules anti reg1lntion! -onthg nart.o( .' .
source a as Spring .'. ''. ._.1 "' :T_,.,. _: ,...:.u: ;:;:-c: ..:. fli )
The newspapers are the Banner"and .zce1: Run, navigable for steamboats? and which, cotton-ginning establishmentxof',H. F..Dutton -: T. RIDDELL, P..M. tial Cltr"t and: ;practicable to1 rftiJ'nj for the maintainmentof lirif.t:i';! rett _

Press,\:>oih excellent weeklies, and the Daily & Co. who 'ont to
empties into the Ocklawaha river, the scenic pay; growers over unobstructed traffic; for the protection oT f
Item, a paper that would be a credit to a river of Florida, nine miles away. This $600,000 annually. This firm furnish the Notice. life, health; against fire, or for the main- ,

city of five times the population. spring is unparalleled for beauty, and the Willimantic (Conn.)' Thread Company with NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tainment of good order.
of the SEC 5. It furthermore that in
meeting County Commis- stipulated
That our readers may have some practical all their cotton. Alachua county is renowned -
clearness of its shows silver
waters dimeor
a sioners held on Wednesday, April 7th, the granting the right of way to the party named
idea of the resources of Marion county and other small object fifty feet below. The for its production of long staple, or following changes were made in the bound- from Centre to Calhoun street, such privi-'

the immense trade of Ocala, a few figures fish can be seen as plain as if on land. The sea island cotton. Gainesville is the largest aries of the election districts of 'Nassau lege shall not conflict with right of way

showing merely the exports of the county water comes up in enormous quantities to cotton shipping station in the State. county, as designated hereafter. I granted by the Amelia City: of Fernandina to the t
Fernandina & Beach Railway Com-
from June, 1883, to June, 1884, may be of feed the river which flows from it fifty feet Our reception here was most cordial and PRECINCT No.6. pany. (Passed and approved May 20,1885.5SEC.

value: Melons, 79 car loads; hides, 33,663 wide, and yet no motion is visible on the I captivating. The public reception was held Commencing at Port Henry, on the St.Mary's 6. For protection existing valu-

Ibs.; potatoes, 8,543 barrels and" crates; surface. They are well called Silver I at the court house, where speeches were : the mouth river, thence of the Little up the St.St.Mary's Mary's river riverto able mills located partly of' upon the street
which the is said
oranges, 106,730 crates; vegetables, 113,350 Springs." A company of capitalists have I made and welcome formally extended. A thence up the Little St. Mary's river to the II.upon R. Duval, Receiver right etc.way. before given requiring,

bushel crates; lumber, 300,000 feet; cotton, purchased property here and have put up a ride around the city and a late dinner at the intersection of the range line between 24 and removal of same, shall give the owners

326,346 Ibs.; rice, 3,005 Ibs.; syrup, 2,817 really magnificently furnished and equipped Rochemont wound up the reception. It 25, thence south along said range line to thereof reasonable,time to complete existing
township line between Townships 2 and 3
barrels; merchandise, 100,000 Ibs.; cotton hotel with might be well to note that an excellent bookon contracts for lumber they may now have
George C. Morgan and A. H. N., thence along Boggy Swamp and river to the extent of such limit not to exceed four-
seed, C car loads ; cattle,500 head; hogs, 800 Haskins as managers. Every known con- Alachua county is published, entitled, the old Ford near Mr. Peter Green's place, months from date of passage of this Ordi-

head; sheep, 165 head; chickens, 270 head; venience is employed, including gas, electric "The Eden of the South." .* '* thence following the public road in a north- nance.
500 dozen easterly direction to the ford on McQueen'sswamp SEC. 7. It is also that H. R.
eggs, ; sugar, 9,999 Ib3.; naval bells, a fine orchestra and unsurpassed A. B. W. stipulated
thence down the
McQueen's
stores Ohio Sentinel. swampto Duval Receiver, etc., shall avail himself of
55 loads -Parkersbury ( )
and since that
car time it
; We Waterman's old field thence by the
cuisine. were served a splendid luncheonand pub- the privilege of right of way hereby granted,
has been largely increased. The figures lic road to Port Henry to place of beginning.
then inspected the Springs. The Springsare within a reasonable time, and upon a failure .
speak for themselves.At at present at the head of navigation of HOTEL ARRIVALS.EGMONT PRECINCT No.8. to construct or operate the roads contem-
Ocala the intersection of the plated to be built, within twelve months
we were very glad to meet two Commencing at
the Ocklawaha river, and the steamers
more Tarkersburgers :Messrs. J. H. and W. run HOTEL. township line 3 N., R.24 and 25 East,thence after removal of mills, such right of war-
to this point from Palatka. Before the rail- may be withdrawn on the part of the City-
west to the St. Mary's river thence down
p. ;
Geo C Silver Florida E
McKinney. These had Morgan, Spring,
;
gentlemen just First March 3d.
way was built they went as far as Leesburg.This and the St. Mary's river to Camp Pinkney ; reading.
been H Buckman, Masters J F Baker, H F
over to Parkersburg (Fla.) and Blue Second reading, March 3d.
thence Alachua trail its intersectionwith
along' to
is destined to be famous
resort. The
a Tyler, S D Swann, \V L Robinson, R S Lu-
Third March 3d and
Springs. the Little St. river thence reading passedG.
Mary's
They were delighted with what ;
J D Jacksonville B
hotel is Blue kenbill. MacDonell J
just completed. [ Springs, near ; river F. AVERY,
the Little St.
they saw there and them Oxford Fla W R Wad along Mary's eastwardlyto
to and others, who Bailey, ; ) and wife President of CounciL
such another
Parkersburg, are just similar the township line between Ranges 24 and
were Auburn, NY ; D J Powers and wife Saint
disinterested parties, I am indebted for Approved W. H. POPE.
and accessible 25 East thence along said township line
phenomenon similarly from Louis ; Roy P Moody, J N Bunting, C B ;
courtesies and valuable information. It was the Withlacoochie river by steamers.] No Seaton and wife, F Perry, Florida ; Mrs ME South to point of beginning. The votingplace Mayor.

a great pleasure to meet these two friends"in description of mine can do Silver Springs Baine, Mrs Peter Baine, M Lehman, Mr and of Precinct No. 8 is at Hilliard's.PRECINCT Master's Sale.By .
a Mrs S Howland Russell Miss C A Russell NO. 9.
foreign land. justice. The bed varies in colors. In VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE-
Parkersburg is located in southwest Ma- spotsit L B Wright, J W Jenks, Thomas Kilkenny Commencing at the mouth of Boggy and sale issued out of the Cir-
rion has the tinge of copperas, over the grass it Mrs C M Hoffgood and daughter, 0 K Bar- Creek, on Nassau river, thence up Boggy cuit Court for the Fourth Judicial Court of
county. 21 miles from Ocala and 4 miles is much darker, while everywhere are reflected rett, Rev A R Van Nest, J E Shipp, J J Wil- Creek near the ford of the King's Road ,at Florida, in and for Nassau: county, in chancery -
from the Blue Springs station of the Ocala, the colors of clouds and sky. Silver liford, Miss Annie C Paton, Mr and Mrs S B the intersection of Township line 3 North, in a certain cause therein pending,
Silver Springs French, Hon Andrew Carnegie New York : between 24 and 25 East thence west wherein
and Gulf Railroad,just being Ranges ; S. B. Hubbard & Co. are complainants i 1
is the
Springs starting of the Silver .
point new N S Hollister Louisville Jas W A J I
Drury
completed. Blue will be inside ; along said township line to Alachna trail ; and Benjamin Upton and George A.
of
three Springs Springs, Ocala and Gulf Railroad, now Gladdis, M Ullman, W E Burbage, D Glau- thence by the Alachua trail to the range Arnold, doing business under the name and
in years, one of the most famous resorts being built, which runs so near Parkersburg.We ber, S A Fogle, 'H,Kauffman;,Mrs .Wilder, JM ; line No. 23 ; thence following the range line style of Upton & Arnold, and George W-
Florida. I make the prediction, and desire left Silver Springs with a determination Madden and wife and three children, W south to the base line ; thence by the base Bryce, are defendants, I will sell at public
it to go on record. Parkersburg is located B Burroughs and three.-children, J A Davenport :line to the boundary line of Duval county ; auction, to the highest bidder, for cash.
to the to return again some day. We returnedtwo J J Spear, Will Nelson, S H Pear- thence by the dividing line between Duval. before the court-house door in the city of t
north and west of Blue Springs, miles to the junction and then went due sons, Jno Coker, R J Massey D Crawford, and Nassau counties to the month of Boggy Fernandina, in said county, on the first
on some of the best land in the State. The north, stopping a minute at Silver Springs Brunswick ;, Mr and Mrs O W Barrett, Chi- Creek to the place of beginning. Monday in May 1886, being the third day ;
company have cago ; Henry Miller, Brooklyn ; G E Calkin, the usual hours of
made no mistake in quality Park "paper" town that has in PRECINCT NO. 10. of said month, during
a
land) grown Nova Scotia Alex Curtis St Mary's B D to-wit AH
or choice ; ; sale, the following property, :
tIme location. I had not the less than six months into a reality. We Morhan and wife, Vineland, N J ; Peter R Commencing at St. Mary's river at Town- that certain steam saw mill at or near
to personally visit it, but inquiries Chandler Mrs Smith Jno C Nich- ship lines between 2 and 3 North ; thence
my
pass on and are soon approaching the phe- Chicago; Brandy Branch, in Nassau county. Florida.
were of such I olson C M and M A east along said township line to to intersec- !
character and Wheatley daughter,
a included so nomenal hammock lands on the-line of the Florida Transit Railroad
many disinterested orange adjoining Smith, Atlanta ; Rodman Wister, Mr and tion of Alachua trail ; thence southwest which recently run and operated by
. parties, that if I were Lake. These lands said trail to line No. 23 thence was
Orange the along Range
inclined support Mrs M Brown, A J Arnold, Philadelphia ; ; EaO'erIurray, and Benjamin Eager
to discredit such men as Messrs. natural in Florida Frank Sittig Brooklyn C H Sewell San- south by Range line No. 23 to base line; i
Martin largest orange groves or ; called the Tolu Mill, together with the en-
Chancellor, Cooper, the Messrs. the world. The groves are owned by Harris ford, Fla; S H Hawkins and'wife, M Speer thence by base line to Crosby's Bay : thenceto gines, boilers machinery and appurtenances -
I Creek thence down Creek to
- Cl\.umey and Camden, I could no longer and We in the midst and wife, Mrs Dupont Guerry. B Myrick, G Deep ; Deep to the sa attached or belonging, and
doubt. At present Parkersburg is almost Bishop. stopped of W Glover, A A Rylander, J W Whatley, D iis month. also certain tracks, tramways and roads
entirely them and were introduced to Mr. P. P. A Moore and wife, J K Price and daughter, PRECINCT NO.11. belonging to and used in connection with
a paper town in an undevelopedPortion Bishop, who is called "The Orange King of M Calloway, B P Hollis and wife, H M Par- The voting place of Precinct No. 11 will be said mill for the purpose of supplying? the
of the county, but every acre of the Florida." Mr. Harris owns '200 acres of ker, 0 C Hawkins, Mrs Dixon, J W Harris, at the Public School-house, at Mr. Nathan same with logs, and all the right, title,, '
company's purchase is worth more than'was W B Harrold, W E Clark, Americus, Ga: J Fourakers, Sr., situated near the bridge privilege and interest of the said S. B. Hub-
for it several-fold. orange groves, the present year's crop, val- E French, LaGrange; W A Hitt, Hittsville, across Brandy Branch, on the old Alachua bard & Co. in and to the land on which the
pven The tract of land is ued at $75,000, being nearly all saved. Mr. Ga; J W Sheffield, Georgia ; C ,B H Wood, trail,situated in Section 28, T. 1 S.,R.23 E. said mill is located, and surrounding the
of on higb, dry, healthy pine land, free Bishop owns 160 acres. These natural groves'are Mrs Upham, W A Tilton, Boston ; Mr and By order of the County Commissioners.J. same, including the houses and the logging '
underbrush and scrub. On the site of converted into sweet tree Mrs Howard M Cooper, Miss F C Smyth, A. EDWARDS, privileges on said land, it being intended to
Parkersburg is a saw mill, and with the orange groves Camden, N JCapt; Cecil Holden, England; County Clerk Nassau County. include the property purchased by the saidS.
completion of by budding. We drove for nearly an hour H F Capers, wife and child, Mrs S C Hall, Fernandina Fla.,:April 8th, 1886. .B. Hubbard & Co. at a sale made at Fer-
pearl the railroad to Blue Springs through the groves without near coming to Westfield. N J; Mrs J M Douglass, Middle- nandina on the 5th day of February, A. D.
3' finished-it will be but a four mile the end. If one' wants to get lost in an town. Mass; 0 M Carter, Savannah; Mr and Notice to City TaxPayers.Notice 1883, by J. A. Ellermann. receiver under
drive from the station. The town is to Mrs S B French, N Y; Mrs G W Lyon and a decree in favor of Alexander McRae
be built. it yet orange grove let him visit these, the largestin son, Chicago; A'J,Arnold, Phila;; P Lawtey. is hereby given that all real prop- against Benjamin Eager and others
will be built, however,; I am Florida. city; Miss.Clark, Hartford;. Martin ,Palmer, erty on which the city taxes remain unpaidon and a sale made on the 5th day of )March
confident. Whether the "city lots" have Our train rushes along over an arm of Fla; S B Lannear. N J.MANSION. the first day in April will be advertised to A. D. 1883, by said Ellermann, receiver

is much value now matters not, but, that there Orange Lake on a long trestle, into Alachua :HOUSE. be sold for the taxes due thereon for the under a decree in favor of said S. B. Hub- .
a future for the town and handsome year 1885. bard & Co. against the said Benjamin Eager
return -
for the a county, past Lochloosa, Hawthorne and, E T Allan and wife, Jas Cushing, Boston* C. J. WESTBERG, and others. R..B. ARCHIBALD,
money invested by the company Dixie 28 miles to Waldo the Cen- Alfred City Tax-Collector. Master.
some on Powell T J Duffy, FE Stevenson, Special
is not to be doubted. Any one who tral Division. John McMillan, Jacksonville; Geo Spicer Fernandina, Fla., March 13, 1886. March 10, 1880. Gwi

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:. : ':fj --- am ..Swm ;q. I The special l. subject now under discussion released Jeannie seemed to be protesting averted, guilty faces before her. I : xCs i .t:-

.tffbl: .f ft."iJ was this: ,. Jeannie, who never against something; but Granny'wonld.not could flotuinderstand. .= ':' LOT. ;< :

r. ; ,.h! '"_ I For'math closed it I drawer the thing bought sudden. there pang lay t a.day toy,, I bad any spending r money",, hail t of latebeen'bringing consent As ,the little girl Only Kate's eves met her own ".'_t< _. __,. s* '4<;

\biw J k way- school for lunch. This the girls could her hands'wooyeJy oranges. You know, Jeannie, you"have:
1.:"}f(;,;.r Rit.t.4 Too sacred to destroy. testify to, '''both as to sight and taste, They watched her turn into a side- bringing ora'Qges.for lunch lately, 61 03 1 1 to to 8.16',ll1eIU indu

J tt 4 A wooden hammer, that with mimic nailsHad for Jeannie was very generous, and street and, hurry homeward. Then we girls couldn't imagine where 90 l to 16, !nclu I\.e..1!
l.f '" : builded tiny ships! (launched forth 91 1"to 16, mclu .. ...........
w rM Y -\ shared her treasures with any who three little girls, with very queer expressions got them ; arid :we, that is-some .. ,

'(t..r;;1 ty AncIkept anon: ) afloat with breath on snowy,sail3 'were near. The. girls J feasted. on on their faces. came from us thought you-I mean-we 92 93: 1 1 to to 34 14,, !11c1usve..1! ,

':'.r' l..,.1" Till narrow shores were Won. the luscious Florida's, perfectly happy, their hiding"places.. afraid you had- 94 1 to 14;
4 tj. ff in fashion until "Well '1" declare !I". said :Mattie '* Oh !1. of 95 1 to .16, !
ttYl : that complete schoolgirl girls some you please nclus.e..1
rfJ'aY How little then I. knew those ship 96 1 to 16. .................. '
;f{ went. one: day, some one said : whose eyes were very wide open now. her. 97 1 to 8, inclusive_.................. '/
:;t..t I Slender and gay,across the shallow seas, "I wonder where Jeannie gets those Who would have thought.it?'' said "I will, Kate;" said :Mattie. 105 1 to"8. nclusve.-! ..... ;t -

t ) .' 11 ; Were but the pastime of an angel. Helltiiw splendid oranges ? Granny Williams Dell. Jeannie, some of us thought 106 I to 8, inclusive.................. 141'
= To teach loves mysteries.For 107 1 to 16, inclu iv e..................1
asks sixty cents a dozen for them "Kate would have thought it, said stole them. Then, that is all there 103 to 6 ,
;:IH; .J ':1i to the rapture of eternal calms, "Queer, isn't it ? She never had Carrie. about it." 109 1 1 to 6,, !nc1usve..1!

1f.g. s Lifted on noiseless,wings, he went away,. added another. it '. 110 to 8, inclusive..................
until
; Bearing white lilies in his folded palmsm. ,* any lately, "Well, I am going to see out, No, it isn't, cried Carrie, 1 .. I

!iJ'i&;!P Resting from childish play. Only a few careless words, and yet said Dell, ignoring Carrie's :remarks.So cause Dell and Mattie and I 111 117 1 1 to to 8 8,, l.nclns Inclu ve..1

1:,: }I r Now, sculptured on a marble's base, they they were sufficient 'to arouse suspicion the girls followed her into the you'and saw how good you were 118 1 to 8, inclusive... ...............1
'!" .jIo&f.i: .f;,. SlOW I in the girls' hearts and soilJeannie's store. The school children were well Granny Wilson ; and Kate 119 1 to 8. inclusive................... 1
Mr
.t(1"4( "" unconscious of soul's la'IE11"i.tl''f for time and she 120 1 to 8, i inclusive...................
He known old all but told
::i I.'iUr.t.; r'tF.' sleep's my t good name, as passed to the lady, greeted believe it at us we 121 1 to 8, inclusive................... / /
ment. stillthey on and the oranges continued to come, them with a pleasant smile. to have that charity that thinketh 122 1 to 8, i inclusive..j i
the bosom
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:. :!kd '.*...'.'.".. 1 the girls composing the I. L. C. had "Good morning, little ladies, what evil, and, we are just awfully 2345678 91011121314';
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when he went. stolen. i
decided that the I do ? and Jeannie
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: ilt:i+ 1 And could he wander back to earth awhile, None of them dared to whisper the "I should like half dozen nice bananas give us.During. 64 1 2345678........................ 3.
+ Crossing the golden threshold granted leave, word "thief," even among their owncircle please, and 'some caramels," this somewhat 65G6 12345678......................_ 24y 32
Heaven would itself be lone without his but each instinctively knew the answered Dell Ithen she plunged into recital, Jeannie stood motionless. 12345678........................ I3u'!)
'VF wyWii smile, ; 67 12345678........................
.'',,*, Ji- ',' '-l And hush he, too, might I grieve. verdict of the other's heart.It business. was hurt and grieved to think 63 12345678........................ 420
,-.? &sM' -Jlrs. Whlton Slone, in Boston Transcript. had been going on for several Granny, (does Jeannie Roberts always !- schoolmates could have thought. 69 5 6.......................................... 23 130
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t weeks now, and unsuspecting Jeannie come here mornings, and help guilty of stealing. 70 3. ... .............
:t I.IT1'LSERMON.. '' 71 456...,.................................... .) M
S,.... .!);t";-. 10.,., KATE'S went on .her way. Several times she you open your shop ? Her eyes filled with tears, but 7 2 1.).. 8...,.................................. 6- 9tr
!j\':'''" :;, ,. "" [Written -for the Mirror.] had offered the golden fruit to the. "Jeannie bless her! Well, I'll tell restrained them, and when Carrie 73 234 5678.......................-. :? I 113' )
't, members of the club but they had all about it dears. One ed her and her 74 1234567..2. ,
r morning, speech put lips
; .. "Yes I 1 know it must be She you up "t
so. 75 12345678........................,,
their U
::4i 'i"f41 must steal them because she never has coldly refused. She wondered at when I was so .bad with my rheuma- be kissed, the little girl could not 76 i234578........................... 291!

;.-' !f to spend, and I never saw I sudden loss of appetite, but said noth- tism, Jeannie came in, and I was fuse, and then Kate spoke : 77 5 6.........................................- 309
1 I' : any money ing. But this was! growing unbearable creeping around trying to fix things a Girls, I think this will cause us 73 235678.........................-... Stay
!{ tI": her buy anything at Granny Wilson'sin and 7923456................................. 753
"" '-,'I'-,{'.#,'""t my life." at least to the I. L. C., today, bit. She watched me a while, the dear. to remember to practice that 80 27.....................................-... 3 6.!)
: :;F r+ ;(4, 1 1 "Nor. I." She never had such at recess, a committee was appointedto Then she said, 'Granny, do let me which thinketh no evil.' 81 45678.................................1, 90S
,( watch and report proceedings at help you a little ; I have lots of time Well, they did not smoke the 82 1 to 8, inclusive..................... 6 I
r : ;t:.4 nice oranges for lunch until lately. 83 1 to 8, inclusive......... ............ 1
be
:i ; ,; : There is something behind it all, the next meeting, said meeting to before school begins, please let me help of peace, but they did sit down 84 1 to 8, inclusive....................._ 1 $$

:! l r i. a may be sure." Kate, what doa called for this express purpose. you. I think I should like keeping help Jeannie devour the oranges, 85 1 to 8, inclusive.......................,, 1 $
you The following Saturday afternoon, store.: ..And before I knew it, she except Dell who would not be 86 1 to 8, inclusive.......................1 t 153I !1
think about it?
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.r 87 to inclusive .. .. lib
Kate tried to had the floor and fruit all ?
o'clock discouragethe suaded touch but
?; 'a. The girls were assembled! in the hall, at 4 swept my to one, went aw 88 1 to 8, inclusive......................: !jjj
;s'L.;tS waiting for the ringing of the school proceeding, but was finally over- out and arranged beautifully. Then alone. 89 1 to 8, inclusive....................... 70
: ; q, t bell. All around could be ruled. she Begged me, as a favor, to let her ., So the difficulty was settled, and 98 1 to 8. inclusive....................... 7rt I
:t ; 1 t seen groups Dell :Mattie Denoon and Carrie and and became fast friends. 99 1 to 8, i inclusive......................1 t 70I
,.* It' ,," of girls laughing and talking, but come every morning help me ; girls- 100 to 8, inclusive.....................i 70
,sir i those near he. window seemed to be Warner were appointed an investigation I'm sure I don't know' what I would But not ''a member of the I. L. 101 1 to 8, nclnsi..c..1 70I

M.. 'I' :;' ;a i'' committee. Granny Wilson's do without her now. And when I will ever eat a Florida orange \ 102 to 8inclusive....................H, 711(I
,.,. ,/? earnestly discussing some important the chosen for observa- asked her day what made her want I of Kate's little 103 1 to 8inclusive....................._ 70
...t ;!1rlt. subject. Now, they stood silentlyawaiting store was spot one thinking 104 t to 8, i inclusive: ......................!' 70
'r. ,.:_ ":', '&fl".j; the answer to the question tions. ,to bother about an old soul like me, 'Thinkethnoevil. 112 1 to 8, i inclusive......................I! 5*
tt asked by their leader tall dark- The next morning early, or at least she said she was trying to do some- MARY BAKEK. 113 1 to 8. i inclusive......................1! 5>
I;,.'t k'f" f1 1' a the it early, three littlegirls thing for Jesus. It seems as how her 114 1 to inclusive. ...............?......,, jy
;;!.. It ')Si Jf eyed 1 girl 1 of fourteen. girls thought 115 1 to 8, inclusive......................, t'.j
\ .i/'I(;:I""" '" tlJl";.?, Girls 1 I am thinking'about=' sauntered down Elm street and Sunday school teacher had been tell- TOURIST HOUSE 116 1 to 8, inclusive.... ................. ;.vi)

: 't Well about what ?" asked Dell chose positions favorable for watching.The ing her something about. 'Inasmuch 123 1 to 8inclusive....................... 5.
.o?''';ftG, '1\ Thornton, time passed slowlyVay.but no as ye did it unto the least of these, my FERNANDINA, FLA.NEWLY 124 1to inclusive...................... 5,
t' it ; impatiently.Kate ,
125 to 16, inclusi\'e..1
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t1'l1; ..rb""lI\; went on in soft, low tones, "I Jeannie appeared. At last they brethren, ye did it unto me. I think 126 .1 to 16, inclusive i .................... 1505: (\')
t" '" t tf'; of that'charity that thinkJf wearied of watching, and Dell crept that's the way it goes; and so she .doesit I6rNOWOPEN1Ba! !I 127 347..4( 72):!:)
..... Jf,:' ... ; thinking from behind an old porch, brushingthe for Christ's sake." 123 1 5 67ft................................1 10 I
.r: tt '.. I eth no evil. 129 2345678.: ........................ 1431GO
'.} : She paused, and for a moment there dust and cobwebs from her hair Granny paused.Presently FURNISHED. AND 130 2345678........................ -
I', ,;v, .h....,m.;,, .i was silence. and clothes. The others joined her, Dell spoke. Don't you tions. First-class 131 i234678...................?......, 531
.. t" T '., and three puzzled faces looked at each her Granny?" 132 1 to t 8, inclusive.....................i 310
i. j' .101.J f .......; ....::1 ::Ai- ;..:: lheg\rJg\ were in'the same'C class in"Sunday ... pay" TERMS $2.00 PER DAY. 133 1 to 8, !inclusive! .....................,r' 3V/
;;lJ lt.J!+ school 1, amfre"subjecttft"theirlesson > other. N No, dear ; leastwise, not in money ; 134 t to 8, inclusive...................._/ 3 u
; the Sabbath had been Did you see her?" asked Dell. that she won't take. Sometimes. I do jI'2J'- Special arrangements by the week p'I 135 1 to 8, inclusive.........., ...........( 57 0I2Vi4't!
preceding
:fI't1i 11ij; No," replied the two. coax her to take a couple of them month.. W. G. ELLENWOOD, 136 245678.......;..... ................\ '
ad; 137 to 16, nclus -l b.
,fi /I : f'. though the girls had been impressed Just then'a clock rung out nine, Floridy oranges. I peeped in her 10 Proprietor.XOTIC'E. 138 1 1 to 16, inclusive!ve.\..... ..............\ .1 81\
: by the lesson they never thought of and three of :Mi Warren's_ pupils received lunch basket several times, and I never 139 1 to 16. inclusive..................-\ 24'')
rw' I( a tg.i .4 it the tardy marks. see no fruit there. 'Spose she don't 140 1 to 8, inclusive.......... ............j 24!)
to
t. 1 making applicable case now \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 141 1 to inclusive.. 24''!)
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t, 1.L(" "" .. ti: under. discussion.What At recess the I. L. C. was confrontedby never have any money to spend. ._Lthe following described lands will 142 1 to 8, i inclusive......................\ 121!'
( .. 'tt '.f.\j Kate, their leader going two lovely oranges."I '' Granny,", says. she, one day, I'm sold at public auction on Monday, the 143 1 to 8, inclusive......................' I'2'
"., \ tell what, girls," said Dell, I don't have pennies to day of May A. D.188G, in front of the 144 1 to 8, inclusive.....................!! 12J)
\; !. .;,f over to the enemy in this manner ? you sorry any House at the City of Fernandina, in 215 il to 10, inclusive.................... 1058
\\j !t.J"l qj one after another spoke. We must go there earlier, and we will spend with you."Twentyfive. county of Nassau, or so much 216 5678..................................... 683
;''''}i ], *' Well, Kate I never thought this catch her before very long." cents for the bananas will be necessary to pay the amounts 217 4567....................................\ 4531ft.,
',/.: ti.f The next morning, and the next, the and caramels, please." for taxes of 1885 herein set opposite to 218 1 to 10. inclusive...................... \
of !1"
:,ooI: you same, together with the costs of sale and 219 1 to 10, inclusive.......... .........I'' 159
t I ;;'':'!'F"11- : "Kate, you don't mean to.say you girls met, but without success ; and on Dell laid down the money, and the vertising : 220 1 to 10. inclusive..................... lag

":Ao'I l,':.. :t 4,;, don't think she stole them ?*' reaching school each morning Jeanniewas trio walked out. The following lots in the City of 221 1 to inclusive, .....................'' 151!
; "I don't care what think' IVii" there before them, and once more Saturday evening the L L. V. met, dina assessed: as the property of the J 12345 67 891011 1.213:
\ \I, t: you Town Improvement Company : 268 { 14 15 16 17 18 22 23 21 25 26,
i\ !l meant, but I do say, and am sure, that i the offending fruit appeared on Jean, and the girls had many queer. thingsto 27 28 34.................................. 73 M
;::j. ) i .Jeannie Roberts would not steal any nie's desk, yellow as gold, and ready relate. 1t.: than I and its unkind to burst with very sweetness, and Dell "Who would have thought it?" said C 269J 15 16 19 20 21 23 24
-, :\ ; sooner you or But virtue BLOCK LOT. E-i< 25..... .... ... .... .... .... : 53 (Hi
't.. hl of any one to think such a thing. was so fond of oranges. Dell. (12345678910111213,
: The must and should triumph, she de Thinketh no evil," whispered Kate. --- 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23|,
awed into silence 270 14 17
1"f girls were flashed 1 7 14 15 16.......... ..................... $\ 4 25 20 28 293)31 32 3334.., 419.
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; cided. Well, needn't preach,
by Kate's fearless words but their you \
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t.. ,' I.; 'a, faces were very expressive. "Let's give it up, girls," said Mattie Dell.At 2 { 23..... ..................................... 20 271 f :29323334......................27........! 31-11i
//t.r.t f :t ; Dell Thornb y shook back her curls Denoon, who had been unwilling to last, something like order reigned 3 |47172126313233 34.......... 29 1234567891011121314
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act from the first. and Kate spoke. 4 {
and whispered Well, I for one 25 26 28 29.......
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doubted Jean-
,.Jt" .shall not speak to her again." "Coward 1"! sneered Dell. "Now, girls, we have -1910111213141718192021 1234567 89 10 11
.. 't.... 1"'1(1 There she comes now," said Ella "No," I won't hear of it. I shall nie, and we know now we were in the 5 22 23 24 25.. .. .. .. .. 8 274 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 12131 2324}
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4 ir.,.\ 'vt,. pq 'Vatson."t not give it up if I have to watch her I 'propose we go to her and (15678910111213.1415 1 ((25262728293031323334, 59
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: ',:I;;I The girls 1 all turned. Coming down alone. tell her all about it, and ask her pardon (27282930 31 32 33 34......;....1 44 276 1 to 34, inclusive....................., 15 W j
'\1 ;r : the street was the object of their remarks So the three decided to try once ." 167891213141516 17 191, 278 1 to 34, i inclusive............. ...... 51?
\ .. The next they were "Indeed I won't what's the use 7{ 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29. 279 1 to 34, inclusive.................... 518
A OI}:...... 'J: ,)fJ ; and, as she drew nearer, the more.their when morning the clock struck She doesn't; know 30.......................................... 28 280 1 to 16. i inclusive._......-......... 1 u
her
: t 1 :girls were all seized wIth. a sudden at post telling we 345101112 13 14 1516 17 281 1 to 16, inclusive! ...... ......... 1.
, : ''c :impulse to find something which six. They had hardly settled them- uspect her,'.' said Dell. 8 { 18 26. .. ... .. .. ... 26 Water lot 1, with wharf- imIpToven1en

;f'f.I"!, f.; selves comfortably when Dell, who "But know it and it is right we 234.5 678121516172122 t........:.................. 13 i Sit'
.W 'l4U' seemed hidden between the of we 9 {
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., 1, i their books, and only half averted was nearest the stove, held up her should make amends, answered Kate, 10 22 23....................................?. 7 Water lots 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14,
1, t )lt, ; ', faces met Jeannie as she entered the hand, as this was the signal agreed on, "and unless you all consent to make 1234567 8910 11 12 13, 15161718192021222321 7 W |

l!. t.it It door and passed upstairs. Kate bade should anything occur. her an apology I shall resign my'po- 11 I{ 141516 17 18 192021 22 331 23' Also all the wharves lying be-
: 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 the dock
.tl:, j. f I her "good morning," and Kate seemed The girls were instantly on the sition as President.: l 34II .. 50 and tween the foot of steamship Centre street :3032
t.: :: r likely to lose her leadership of the alert, :Mattie rubbing a pair of very The girls knew Kate would keep "I{ 'lYis'ITis" 6. 7. 19'20' .2il.. ALSO,
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} .t ;>N; t clique known in school as the I. L. C., sleepy eyes.Jeannie her word, and consented to her terms. 22 23 24 25 26 31 32. 33 The following lots yin in
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t Lt1 ; k11 was coming down the street "Look !r'cried :Mattie Denoon'I 13 ......................................I, OLD TOWN, FEJINANDINAS'
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. 1 gumber : very rapidly. there.comes Jeannie now. 1426................................. ...... J 23 3 123468101'2; ..................... 2
; ,"lSi1.r Warren's school. Each member wore The girls cowered down in their And Kate, not waiting, called, 15 561516.17182021........... : 4 348111213 ........................ 23J!
be 16 24 25.............. ....................... 19 8 1256791112.........._.........
satin with leaf places thatthey might not seen. "Come here, Jeannie 219
l. fi { i a badge, an ivy ,embroidered { 134567121314151619; 9 1234568.; ..........................
i 4"1 .Pf:1:: and the three mystic letters As she passed Dell, the latter could She came up to them, her eyes 111232423262728293031.......) 23 11 1 to.12.inclusive................... 3
" F't ,'h\+1" inscribed upon it. Of this club Kate have touched her dress, she was so sparkling, her,face rosy, Oh, ,Kate !I 1234567 8919 20 21 22i' 14 1234567891112.; .........- 333
x.l look what nice 18{ 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 16 1 to 14, inclusive.................... 42*
Y a was President and Dell Thornby Vice near. oh, girls I just a pres 33 34..................... ............... 34 17 7 8 9 10 11 12......................... TOJ
.rg' : President. Jeannie paused at Granny Wilson'sdoor ent I have. This is my birthday, and 19 :4561011.............................. 35 18 1257................................ l
?'tM 'S. : : The ringing of the school bell put and knocked. After some delayit a friend gave me a dozen lovely 20 4567891011....................... 4 19 12356789101112.......... 324
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"> J to f aside for the present all talk of was opened and she entered. The oranges for a present. I am so glad I 20 1 to 19. inclusive.
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any 25 ....................
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kind, but the first class brought girls were burning met you, for I want you all to help meat e 175
. $) very 26 ; 22 1 to 8, inclusive.....................
.I't imperfect lessons for recital that morn- osity.In. them.:' 27 ,678....................................... 7 23 1 .to inclusive, ..................... rf 1
::7 -"' and Miss Warren's a little while Jeannie came out And she paused for breath she,. 28 3............... ....................... .... 3 24 1 to inclusive:! ..................... I1j
. i ::m' i' ing patience was as 32 13.......................................... 1 25 1 to 11, inclusive! ..................... Ilji
F.;I' Ii taxed: to the utmost by the unusual. bearing a large basket of oranges; opened the ,parcel in her hand and 3.3 567891012........:.............. :5 26 1 to 18 !inclusive! .... *'
i ill : '. inattention of the I. L. C. The morn- these she placedon a stand beside the showed them, the golden fruit. But t 34 278..3 2356789101112131415; .

' r. ing wore slowly! away and the recess door. Back and forth she went, until none of the 'girls could touch an 39 8.............................................. 15 27 { 16 17 18 19 20 21 .................... *
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: }! 1. t1. r bell sounding was'a relief. It seemed all the, fruit was arranged temporarily orange ; none of 'them could peak for 44 15. ..................S..3 29 1 to 16, inclusive...................-. ;
-I1 very doubtful if the club would assemble for the day's sale. Then the girls, a while. 47 7 8.................................. ....... 5 30 1 to l.1UchIMve.: .................... 3f
!l k '.: as usual. Kate called "Come watching, saw her take a broom and Then Kate said : "Thankyou, Jean- 48 1236................................ 13 31 1 to 8. inclusive-..................... '
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tl : I t.H i .\. on, I. L. C., and very slowly 1 I they sweep the tiny store very' neatly. nie, we all thank you ; but, first, we 51 267 8..................................... 9 33 1 to to 15,, inclusive .................... f

j :; : followed her. liVhen all was ,finished,- and everything have something tell you." 55 12368...............................?. 11 ; 34 1234.- ................................... ,ts
;st; i{ ; .J Jeannie did not belong the club, in its proper place, they saw Granny ."Something to tell me?" echoed 12345678 9 10 11 12 13 36 1234.................................... 1"

1 h;; 11 JI ....'f'.r.:,". .'", ',but its members showed a lively m:1 Wilson fold the little girl in her arms Jeannie, the brightness dying out oi .-, { '24 14 15 25 16 26 27 17 28 18.29 19 20 30 '21 31 22 32 231 35 UndividedWater lots .1...2..345.........6...7...H...(.MU.... .

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-- 171f ; : '. Jt'88e..ISa\v'in.jll '- : _....;..., ......_..;.. .................. 14 1 X )4 ASP' DEALF.R IS

-f The easta'rn part. .nf what wn fumer1v Hannaban. WV H.:... Li't'2.bllck.! : 7.1. Fernandina..:... ... .......... .'... ..... V
known as hlrl'ksl231. 2-11.242 and 262 :: HlggmbothumF. 1 Ws .(J 1e ct:1l'd: 111 a deed t 011 ftcorllm: book i -t PARL R orr B &d K T VE I

and part of 2\2 .240 26) 2G1 230 243... 23 3X 28.E 75 T .:-; 'pagescount rC\ urd.s ...... .... 30: ; ,

f:The eastern 'piart of whatt was formerly ,' .J.. : Hi. .Jtin bothan.I.I &J .........,;.J......................: ............:.. .....;.. -32, 21'125E
". :.1 I ..kii"aivir +as lots 1 2 3 8 9 10 in block "' >' r N .2.1 fI f I lot 3.................... ......,... ......... ...... 20, 4 N25
I 259! ; lots 1 2 3 8 9 10 in block 260( ;.lots :. ro I :. Haddock'Tlios"... { : S E 1 of'N' EW ofS W X uf' N E '
;
;
A 1.2 3.8 9 1qJn block 2.U.............. ..... 22 3 28E. 10 1H.W.lof'NESE'10f X'W :

7 ITIie eas'eri, part of what was formerly .. '. l". ofV; : -l'N'; i.of S: E }.....:,;......-.:...!..;.El..... ,: 4' 25

". .,. known mi blocks 145 to ]51. inclusive., I' ginbotham. ; C. Iii the' S"corner' uf,' the S. Jliristo 1,her i! .

.. 084 to 2R9. inclusive, and part of 214. l grant.--; .......- .. .... .......... .. ..-.]411 3 X 28
'
V '. 4 ,.,,..?._J :Hll 1252.\.... ..... ..........:.............'.;....: 23 3\ '-,)$ E 3" ,- ;Hlh.ns. Floyd ......;.. Lots G and 9i; f W 1 tf8 E 1; part: .of S E; J 11 414 : .r .

I TIle eastern! put: of what wag' formerly ., ., Higgi 111botha1U.Art r S. 'V :1: of S E .. .......? ........:........;........?.. 7! 2 S .3 ,, r7q ,
known as. block 229. part. .of .246.245. .. 4 : 'Hardy; R. A.......:.... Lot 4 N 23
.antl 2.t4 ...'..;..1.................. ...............?..213$28E. 18 f.j f Lots :
,3 N 28
1 The (a. tern.part .of ,what was formerly: :-' 1
+ 3x Lot 1..3.
known as block. .228; lots 1 2 9 10f o f .,'. i ( .\.l' : .'/" .. I Lots ; F 1

I block' 227 ....... .............................:.;...18 3N ')8E '.;"' 13.... ":,2ir. Lots -

Tots 1 2 3Ild 4 of what wa formerly ;i'.. Hoot, C. H........... IJots3. 4'uid 5. block 10........ .....:..: .:: I '

known as block 237 258 246; lot 6:7 ;, .. 't w Lot 9..hlock 23......... ............... ...........;... MF S -_

I 8 in block 2t5; Jots 1 2 8 9 10 in block 0 I Lot 3hluck; 71...::.... ......... ......... .....;...;; ... ..

I.'.. .. ,.r '1247,10t; .1..2 3.8 9 .IO.i in block 2'56: lots + ; -t..f! :' .. '";" Lot 3, block 81.......... ......... ...................... ,I -=
't 4 5 fi 7 in block 2)9; ont'lots 13.- R 9. '.. f. ,} .Zl. ..11 ); ; ;. l Lot 1.'5. 6. It:.8. 23% 27. 28 and 29.: block 5. the Latest and Most Approve*! 1Lca.- ),. 1#

:! '103i3t373 8 42 43 44 45 46 47 51 52 ",' t',. ':.Y; Fernandina. ......... ........;................... ...j....... ..:.. : "V t
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2 l' 53 5-l 5.3'102 103 104 103 100 '107 108. '. ;,.t" '"! '' ;: 'Jones, Harley B... The J..Smith grant, being part lIf'.H'C,. 2a.: ; COOKIXG UTENSILS ,0.Ll Knits)

::1 142 144 145.146.147 181 182 183 184 { 35.36HallL., .... ...............;............. .......... 46 3 X 25 VV

II) 'I' 185 180.187 18R lR9 190.191 192 67 to .; ".f '" } ....,1..,.!. .. Johnson Daniel...... W i of'.lot 2...........................................2512 N :!5 AND FORCE 'PUMPS
'I 8Rinclu<:ive,125 1.0 135., inclusive 268 : i. Jones.,Isaac D......... E part of................. ... ... ...... ............... 3 N 28 ,
I II) I 2G9 270 271 _...... ............... ........ ......... '18 ..3N 28E' -227 .'. .' Johnson.Dan1&TW N of N E !; Nt! oh:5.: E, !........ ...... ...... 22 4ti,2 X 24 "

i I Lots 1 5 6 and the east part of lot 4. ''JOIs\ HarIe ......:.. S W of S'WV !....................... ...... ......... 27 2 25 E WROUGI IT-IRON F1PKS
i I formerly known as lots 3 4.6 7 inS Jones J. H mp........ Li"the.S 'V cnr. of the S \V 1 of the X E 30V2 N 25E

) in block 227: lots 4 5 6 7 in block VV. Johnson J. E......... S E, 1. of N .E }...... ...... .............. ............ 33J 3 N 26E WELLS A SPECIALTY
1 .1 247; lots '4 5 6 7 in block 256; blocks Jones, J..I). estate of. 10 1 X 23 E

1 222 223 224 225 26 248 249 250 251 King. Harriet.......... N lioflot8 I block 40, Fl'rnandiria........... ..; ...... ..... IN AND IRON ROOFS PITT:: ON.

I 1 22 253 234 255; ontlots 11 to'34. inchsive,56triC Keckley, J n.:.......:. N E l'S; }............ ............... .......... ......... 25 2 N 28 E i Orders:; for Tin Gutters promptly tillt:( .

1 ... ,3. inclusive; 89.................... 3128E ,.309 ._ Lucas, .l\lfred........... Lot 11....................... ... ......... ................43 3 N 28 Mills for pumping water or running

t I Fractional section containing w hlt wa I An of fractional.................. ......... ......... ,,5 2 N 23 machinery promptly erected on order.
1 former1\ 'known'as ont1ots 90 to 97. inclusive120 -. .. .AILof fractional........... ......::................ 8 2 N 23E Factory and School Bells lor sale.
''\ ; 1"1 12" 123....... ...... 10 3N 9E 141 I S E 1'01' N'E 1;; lots 1. 2; 3 und 4............... D 2 N 23 a bargain.
\ what
1 Fractional section containing ,was E&ofNEEIofNWVNWufNE) .jp!l!Stoves at Wholesale!: Prices.
Im- ; ;
I Florida: Town Co.._ formerly known as outlots 296 297 298 I: N\V1of.N\VNEof.SW; 1; N All goods delivered at the various trans .

i pro\'el11ent 299 311312 98 P9' 100 101 109 to 119. 28 7All E of lot 3......... ............-..................10 2 K 23 E stations within the city free of -.:"'

I, J inclusive. 124 to 141'inclusive.1 ........... 11 3N 29E .'.. ... .... ,. I Lot 4..i1. N 23 All sales for cash. ...

, of what was formerly known as '<.'VVS 5 E.1. .0 f NT. 1.......,............... .... ......... .) '..) N BROOMS: AND SECOND STS.
blocks 153 to 213, inclusive; 235; part of 4! ; ;' ': I Lot l.. '" 28 2 N 23 .Fernandina, Fla., July '12 1884. .
214 234 236......................................... 2428 E 2SO /.: V SWVOf'NESufN1Y;; !;;1VJiofSEr. ,

- All of' what was formerly known as ;.,'.,t.;'. :} ,.lN'E.1"rstr..1"; : ; ............................12 2 N _"
, blocks 232 23.5 197 237 to 240. inclusive FOR SALE ,
. / : ,i; n.: --" : I .!; NlofSES\Vlot'SEl.XofS; : ;
0 26.3 to 261. inclusive; outlots 154' t.o ; I! l : # 'V .1...................................................13 2 N -TilE-
72, inclusive 202 to 213. inclusive; 250 "" # f t,I't;;. V NE'N'EofSENofSWlotj2142N23E .. .
0 to 253. :inclusive.: ........ ........................ 25 '.3N 28E208 ...-1 w V S'lof.lotl.lut2; : Acosta Grant .'
o 1, .. ,., ; :: ..' : "Y10fN'V1Eiof';
o An of what was formerly known as .outlots : SESW; 1 ofS1W. ::1........... ............... 15 2 N 23 r

o I 150 151 152 153 to. 17R. Inclus1\fe. .. .. i All oi ractiona .........................:......... 21 2 N 23 I< CONTAINING -' '...
o 1H5 to 201. inclusive 238 to 242. incln- NE 1 of NE 1S of S E 1; W 1 of lot : ..
; 8ive. 263 to 267 272.273 24 247 248 249 1lots2,3,4IVltof NE 1 N W 1 of NEARLY 2,000 ACRES, .., -

o o 255 25-1.214 to 223. Inclusive.i ............... 2G 3N 28E l.a ., Lynch John........ S E 1.................................;................. 22 2 N23
THE
,S All of what was formerly known ai! ont- ,.: SEof N'WSWofSE }; S } of SWV ST. JOHN'S RIVER' AND ,

'S lot 148 149 179 180 193 194 224 236. 1 }..... :.............. ..................... ......... 23 2 N 23 DUNN'S CREEK'. '
237. ...... ........... ................................. )0 3N 28E 26 V I NWofNEE: 4ufSENWofSVW'
18 : : ; : ; The
the
adjoins
property town of SAN .
,; AU of what was formerly known as outs : ...............................:........... ...... 24 2 X 23 .\.TEO, and offers one of the best land- '"
I lots 243 244 245 246 256 to 263. inclusive 1, I EofN1V }; EOfSE }......................27 2 N 23 on the St. John's River. It has :
275 to 298. 300 to .................... 3N 28E 120 a front- .
; 1VofNE1VkofS WNofSWV
EN A
I I ......... ......... ............ ....................18 3N29E I : ; ; of two miles on.Dnnn's Creek.
of
All
,q } 170 :}........:................................ 26 2 N 23 Titles direct from the
,',4 All of .................................... ................19 3N,, 29E .' :; .,;, I N'W'1..................................................19 2 N 24 the original Spanish Government. '
I,5 All of ................................. ..................28 3.1.\' 28 E 6 hI N 1 of N E 1; 'V i of N \Y 1 S E :lot N owners.
,;) All (If................................................... 13 3N29E 62 : 'V 1 E ofSE 1X WofS, ; E }:'Nt T. A. ACOSTA, Adnfr.II. .

:) I. All of...... ......... .................................... 16 3N 29E 21 0' ofS ;'V 1.;............;....... ......... .........r..... 3-t 2 X 23 .,, H. LINVILLE Attcrnev.ALL .
i An of..9 3 N 28 E' 418i \ I EiofN.Eli"Vi..4 2N

All of ......... ......... ....................... ......... 1 2N 28E 15 All of.........;.................. ........................ 5 2 N 241

4 3' AU'of............... .................. .................. 3 2, 28 E rI All of.............. ................................;.:..... 6 2 N 24 .
.
I IJ Al I of................................................... 5 2 N 28 E } 560. .$107 91'' : I AlJ of...'..............................-.. ...........- ...... .1. .". N. ; 1

i) All of......... .......................................... 7 2'28E ,- NE 1; \r i............ ............... ............-.... 8 2 N 24
_'.:: : .. All of.......... .....:.................................. 9 2N 28E 32 65 V '"
o ; I V N E:1\V: ; ........................ ..... ..... ...........8 2 N 24 ......t;..;.: .... _
!9 All of ...................................................13 2N28E 127 214 I WVof SW }.................;....:.................. 32 2 N 24 .,

3: All of ............... ......... ........................... 1 1 N 28 E 182 } 3 25 S i ofS 'V t........................................:.. 31 2 N 24 I FIRSTCLASSV ;, .
3 All of ........................ ........................... 31 2N29E 6 l W 1 of N E 1 N Wi ofSE'1 lots 1 and 2 33 2 123
8 I Subdivision or lot ..t:........:.................;..... 47 3N 28E 7 ZT As described in; deed record; in book VMr
9. All of........ ................................. ......... 37 3N 28E 379 5 89 a on E Storeieeie noiieepitforSale .: V
.. S
9 \costa, J. J. est of... Lot 1. block 59. ..................................... ... .3 64 IcKay, Irs D.. .. { corner"N page;uf..4 141. county records or N 25 .

!9 Austin, James }I..... In the S E corner of the Christopher grant,48 3 N 27 E 8 91 .
:Moore Irs. Jane.. W i of N 'W l'of f S El, E. i of N E 101' S
:,"'J) Durney, Jmnes......,, In centre of F. P. Sanchez grant...... ...... .5 2 N 25 E 40 10 53 { V .'v }......... ...... .................,.. ;........ ......... 24 .e. N 23
(9) I3e11 C.................... Lot 1. block 79.i'ernandlna.....................\. ......... 6 80 Va
:Mooney. 'J; H:......... Lot 25. block 3. Fernandina.................. ... ...... ....
:'J Booth, C. )1....,,... As. described in a deed on record ins '
:Middleton PI..... Subdivision uB" of lot 5 in block 243.
{ ........... .
, County Clerk's office or part' of. 4j 1'N 25E 71 .4 55 { being part of......... ............ .........'.......... .23 3 N 28 l0 I I +

,,3 ( All that portion of the Pedro Ponce grant ,Mattox Emanuel..... 'V corner of............... ......... ............... 43 3 N

IS nufor, J. D......... N of Mill swamp.-.47 2 N 25E 200 :McKinna -......... E 1.of S E #....................... ......... ......... 22 2 N 24
.......................... '
o 1.l S of F. 'Vood's grant. 42 2'125 E 340 15 61 Peterson; P................N'V }.....:............ ................................. 22 2 N 24 5 r

:'9 r All ol (except N : of S W ::; N E } of : Paulk D........... ...... of block 20. HiUiard.......... .............:. ... ......
.. ........ ................
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))9 E )................ 2 N 25E 480
.3 Parker B. C..:......... E 1 nf S 1V 1................................... ..11 3 N 24
19 nurne. )1.........? All of the Stanley rant.......................... n ...... ...... 251 Proctor R bt.......... .# of lot 4........................ ...................43 3 N 28
Fractional lot 2...................................... 3N25E 46

I All (except 40 acres in centre and 50 acres r Palmetto Paper Co Palm.......and..... 1 of.lot 4 (machinery).......... ......... 43 3 N 28. TO PARENTS. :
il l in N E corner)......... ... .. ..................... .,5 2 N 25E 331 33 72Brunhild .
.. .. .......
: ...... .. N
Pennsylvania Co Zack Haddock 39 4 25 :
II............ J..ot 18, block 9. ernandlna.................... : ... ..... ... 499 ..N grant Many baking and while powders are very pernicious his .
f All of ........................... ........................ 1- E ,2,845 56. lots 15. 16. .17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. health,he should also have every a care one for regards the tender
.. Fernan-
.. .
.. .
Rend C.
........ .. ... J. { .23.24,25., 26.27.28.29,30.31. '
Ij "he ......, .. .
.. Waterman grant ; .56 3 N 27 E 256 .. .... .. ... ................ -the little children.
(hna.:......... ..... .:i... ... ...... ....
.. ... .. .
.. .. ...
I All of ........ :.................... 43 3 27 E 310 '
.,. : .... .. ........:.. Robinson, R. E........ } of lot 6. block 52. Fernandina............ .., ...... .... i
.. .. .
All of........:......... ......... .. 50 3 N 27 E 11,360Ii SEA FOAM: i
.... .... .. ...............
3............. .:........ . 23I N 25
cr NI...:................ ......... ........................... 54 3 N 27 E 2.34
J..... S E ofSE ..... .................................:. 4 N
:1 1. 25
of the bad
Reynolds"T { : 33 none qualities of baking
..
.... ....
.. .. ..
I. All of............................. .... 53 3 N 27 E 212 .
S 'V:1: ofSV'1. .............. ............... ......... 34 4 N 25 -soda or saleratus. It contains no
16 N of.............. .................................... 5,5 3 N "t ingredient or ammonia.SCIENTIFIC. .
: .... .......... ......... alum
Roux, Geo S... ... Lot 18. block 6, Fernandina .. ...... ....
.. ... .. .. ....
I All of......... ......... ....... ........ .. 41 3 N 6 65
.. .. ...........................
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B. E of N W
Jr. N of N & 2 N
24
Brown, E. G......... All of.................................... ............... 42 3 N Sanders i .
.. .... ............................ .
J Sauls, G. W. ..... S W of' N E ...... 2 N 24
13 All of................................ .................. 3 N
43 ........ ................. ......... .........
I Surrency, J. R. 8 'V 1 of N 'V 1. 1 N 21 All Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam
.
AU of.............. ........................ ...:........ 11 3 N 26E 640 ;
N E }.................................................... 23 3 N 26 E 160 Smith John............ The Jack Smith placp. S E part of........... 2 S 24 have it. Housekeepers who have best.efforts used it "
other. whose
;IS .. .. ... Swearingen, R. 'V Wi of N 1V'1; S i ofSE :# of N 'V:1: ; W'i..3 no COOKS,
The Henry Young grant... ...... ... ... 40 3 N 26E 190 { .....,... failed with other powders are jubilant
1 R All of................................................... 44 2 N 27 E 1,107 ofSWNofNEofSWV: ; 4 N 24 Foam. Saves-ttme, saves labor saves
I 0 .. te\\'ilrt. Ben......... N E corner"........................ ......... ......... 2 N 25 .
The Albertie tract........ ............... .;.... 39 2 N 26 E 514l
l Lots 5 G and 34 block and Slittnl. H ............... S E corner of lot 3..r..... 4 N 25 It is positively tmequaled. Absolutely:.ure. .,
IR l. .3.4. 4. saw- Stanley. L. 'V...... All of........... ......... ......... ...........r......... 33 2 N' 28 by the leading hotels and restaurants
Fernandina....................... ......... ......
j .. .n1ill. ... 461 35 I { All of................ ............ ..................... 28 2 N 28 i New York city and throughout the country.
Burner, ni........... N E 1 of N 2 N 25 E 40 9 78 sale by all first-class grocers.
,..7 Bachlot. J. R....... Lot 2..........EI..3 N 23 E Tra\'eye, David, and ,
4 80
{ Thomas........ ...... Lot 22 a'block 17'Fernandina.................. ... .....; .. i
All of......... 5 N 24 E 640 9 78 G.A.NTZJONES & CO.
,
() Bliss. D. K. & Sons. Lot 2......................................................53 3 N 28'E 75 5 74 .Tanner. D. H.......... All of lot 2 S 23

I 8 13onaud: Petcr........ Lots 3 and 4. blockV47. Fernandina...,..... ... ...... ...... ......... 9 78 Tison John_.......... N 'V 3..5. 1 N.25 176 Duane St., JV. 1'
.......
Conover. Tony......._ N E corner of.............. ..........................19 2 N 25 E 2 3 21. Ton11inson. J: J. ..... Lot 1. 2 N 21
4 I Caldw' ell & King...... E i of N E 1; E i of SE ....................... 4 N 25E '160 39 'VilJiamSJOhn..:: { Bounded .9 To introduce them.
.. BIG OFFER
merlin being of..... .:...... 2 N 25
Counts. J. 0........... N E 1 of X E 2 S 23 E 40 9 78 swamp part ..47 I wewiii GIVE AWAY ;

.,:-i Wnnor, Frank........ .N \V 1 of N WV 2 N 21E 40 4 55 E._............. { SElPf'N\V. 1Vlot; I...'.!.;..NWofSEEofSWilds ..!.!...........l......;............. 35 4 N 26. A 1,050 you want Self Operatin one, sendus Washing your name Machines., postofficeand It .

Cay It Lot in I..7.3 Lots land 2........ ................................. 36 4 N express at once. The' National Co., '
Jr., agL.L { record in 'Vilds'W.: -Nf: ;....... S i of' (except 60 acres in S E corner)...... 3 X 2G 21 Dey Street, New York. ,

I county :........ 3 9 78 { N 1............ ...... ..:................................ 3 N 26 '
D I any, T. S.............Lot 1. block 40, Fernandina_......... ......... ... ...... ............... 6 64 ; ;..2 WA."Ifl'ED-To work for us at their
'1.1[' Dougherty Williams Peter....... Lot 2. block 40. Fernandina._.................. ...... ..... : 87 to 81O per week can be
' J. "T" .. ..... .. .... .... ....... ... .. liADIES no canvassing fascinating and
19 Wilson Nat. ... S E i of S E }. .. ....: .. ... 2 N'25 ; ;
::4 estate of......._...... Lot 1 of..............._................................. 1 2 N 27E 32 4 25 : Particulars and sample '[
I Wilds ........ ..... ......... ... ,
'V ... ....... 3 N 2G
Dozier. John......... Lot 2. block 1, Fernandina........................ ...... ...... ......... 12 78 corner. ; 38 sent for stamp. Address HOME
9 Wilson i of lot 2 block 81 Fernandina........... ... ...... ..... :
' Drew Geo. Fer4 : MAN'FG CO., P.O. Box laiC, Boston, )Iass.WE .
F........ Lots 14. 15 16 17 and 18. block 18, .
,
'9 nandina........ ............................. ............. ...... ...... ......... 9 59 .. 'V8.hin 3.N. i of S 'V ::1; lots 12 and 13.. ......... .........11 4 N 24 WANT SALESMEN' everywhere, local
EWVltof N'V 1 S Eof NWN i Wood, 'V 1; S of lot 3 in block 243. or part 0 f23 3N 28 traveling, to sell our goods. Will pay !
9 ; ; ; { 4 and 5; block 16. Fernal1dina.:........ ... ...... and all '
Write for
salary expenses.
.
, SWSEof SWV #............... ......... 2 b 24 E 564o .
; ................... and '
.12 .... 4. block 70. Fernandina. ... at once state salary wanted.
.
An of fractional................................... 3 N 24 E 560 SILVER-WARE
n 'al I& Upton...... All of......................... ........................... 6 2 N 25 E Williams, .L............ S E,! of lot 8, block 80. Fernandina........ ..,...... Boston, Mass.IIOCH&SON'S. COMPANY,
4 .. ............. ..
....... ...... ...... } 1017 Wilds 0. .... ....., 'V part Christopher grant .. Zi
: All of................... ............ 8 2 N 25 E .
t Wilkinson, R.......... Fractional............................................ 2 N 29 :
All of. ................................. ......... ......... 32 3 N 25 E 612
.0) Owners Unknown... N l.of S E:1'N: ; i of lot 4 oS, 'V 1........... 2 N Zl V
E 2 N 24 E
.4 i ; 584 AIl of......... ......... ......... ........................ 56 2 N 26 Celebrated Fashion Catalogue # f
Saw 2 N 21 E......... 152 61
.5 Lot ofSWIlotS1aiid2..1. j., N E }_.................. ................................. 35 ,1 S 24. SENT FREE *or.Spring and um.
: .
'4 Lot 7. block 39. .................... ... ...... # #; #; } liah. to any address. Itl nitrates and llata
5 Lot block 2GB. Fernandina................. ........ All (If.................................................. 9 1 S 24 } every thing for Ladies.Gents. Childrecs' {

,(i) D'lckinsonMrs3ES Lot 2 29., block 269. Fernandina.................. Lot 2.................. .......................... ........... 5 1 N 23 I K and Goods Infants', at prices wear lancer and than Housekeeping those of any '

't l Lot 7. block 9, Old Town.......................... .. VV Block 1. lots 5. 6, 26. 21, 28, 29'Fernandina house in the United States. Complete .,

,j i All o.......... ::....... .................................11. 1 N 24 E 640 Block 2. lots 9 and 24. FernandiJla..........; funded."atisfaerion 11. (.. F.Tantef't.t.or KO.iUoO mOD Y re., ..
''J) Lots 2. 3. 4; E i of S E l of N E }..-......... 31. 2 N 25 E 517 5621 Block 17, Jots 8 and 9, Fernandina............ 6tla Ave. d:,20tb bc.N.. >.'l'. (,its.W.A.NTED. .
Fu banks ; : ) Block 19. lots 1. 2. 13. 1516Fernandina' -- '
:;, Eliza..... Lots 5 and .12; Y i of N 'Y 1; K 1V 1 of .

[I { N E 1-.................................................. 21 4 K 24 E 172 4 25I Block 22. lots 3 and 6. Fernandina.......... ; : : ;g
}.rrlc'son. Iartin.. .. .... .... .. .... Block 12. lots 1,2, and 8. Old Town.......... >
(I S 1W 1 of X 1W } .. .. .. ... .... .. 222 2 N 24E 40 199I : TO BUY FOR CASH

., f In S W portion of....................:... ... ... .. 28 2 N 27E. 10 ,
: :
I 1\i orsyt, Thos M,. In the S WV Portion of (or as described 111 "
and Heron Skins
'j a deed on record in'book lOT," pages 311 .A..RREN .- 1 Egret ,

'j l and 312,'county records ........................38 2 N 27E 25 6 80 Nassau
.,; Pr reenian Cbas........ Lot 9....................................:3. N 28 E 2 4 70 Collector of Revenue, ; In Large Quantities. AddressLEWISOHIT

P rye. James?.......... Lots 1 and 16. block,,27Fernandinaw, ...... ... ...... ...... ...,..... 9 63 Fernandina, Florida April 10th 188G. : : & COL: "

iiI t f'erguson.. C............ s E 1 of 8 E 1....................................... 33 3 N 24E 40 5 30 227 Pearl Street, New York.

Gust, Allen............. S E l of S E 1 ..,;...........;...........,.............29 3 N 25 E .40 5 44 '

Clias.............Lot 4.................. ........._........................ 7 4 N 25 E 51' 5 00 THE.e MIRROR STEAM PRINTING ILL-HEADS. ; OP. FINE PRINTING. SEND YOUR
treeii cDrndley_...1\\T i of 8V 1..V............ 16 1 N23E 80 :1 75 is noted for the artistic manner ter-Heads, Cards etc. orders to the MIRROR office..
in which it executes all kinds of Printing. at the MIRKOR office.

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ib wlrl.' 't' THE FLU1' I1)AM.1R1Wlb. duty fine them for dereliction' '.b f, jsickneiBs'*.and- -f 9 trouble. *"" a rare .in, the. .. WANTED IN EBNAND INA-.

!1ij r. duty, or, if necessary, suspend them family. It is not the right thing to< An energetic business wn.

&}tlf-i-t r __ GEORGE R.. FAIRBANKS,' EDITOR. and employ others. do for a mechanic to leave a job half OYAElOYIIL del'8 man for* solicit The !And lAD.lt take or

;rl i1/ .Subscription* i 82 per year; six month 81. While wedo riot suggest rigid and finished, the laborer to .leave the< Skirt GRI5WOI.D>> > : Patent

'yi:'Jl'-q; i9: ] severe penalties for light offences, we< field half plowed, the employes in h .8apPGrtinr. These 'corset3
jtL..i} Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor 0 bave- been '
: extensively
.r:J.t'J :ttt. yet believe. ,that" .the offender; should any servicejto.choose a time of greainconvenieiptcojto ---Y IIIL I vertisd mid sold bycanvaseera lady ad-
.
,I J}; ,-r..... iYj I.)' ;'''T i' HATES OF, ADVERTISING.,. receive sufficient punishment pre- enforce ,demands., ,,F+ which tbe.P, st {Hen
; 'J t]t1i r'k d!j Ten cents a line for.the first, and five cents for vent the repetition of the offence. It All. men who, work 1 for'others'are en' superiority,years has created a with large their u

'J 1 il each subsequent insertion. is the of which, .title l'to''fair'txnnpensation it for-their. .. .0 mand ,for them throughout the United e;
certainty punishment < --
. ; r ; Special local notices, 15 cents a liner : States, and any lady who gives her time:1nd
ij .' Reading notices,25 cents a line. restrains lawlessness. We can havea < serVices. The difficult question is to energy to canvassing' for them cmsoon:
;<: i:, Special rate for time advertisements upon appUtf build up a permanent and
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profitable
.
respectable condition of affairs : ascertain what is-fair'compensation. -
,quiet, business.
4 \!.r. 4t cation at the office.Communications They are not sold by merchant
... at all times if the ordinances! No better method. exists than a fair I It and we give exclusive'territory'thereby
l. f 1Jl upon all matters of local intei. : + I giving the agent entire control or
z; '!igi,.. est solicited from all'parts of the county and from are enforced. The number of the< arbitration, by disinterested parties, these superior corsets in the territOry

';,} }ttJ ;.along the lines of Florida railways. rude and noisy is small l, and public if the parties themselves cannot come< assigned who'are her. 'We have a large nl1mbero'f
:' communications Intended for publication agents making a grand success ael.
,
All
: i y?5 r the authorities these and
< '' opinion will support to an agreement.The ing goods we desire such
jl fJ the Editor all business i
should be addressed to ;
; ;
.'!r LR11 letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. in enforcing good order, and let the whole < question is a very 4KIJ4G 'W every LD town.d CO Address.. 823 K3IE.roadway(;gln,

: !i f ni laws be enforced without distinction. broad one. If the wages of one class s.: New: 'ork.,
t \ i SATURDAY APRIL 10, 1SS6.
; I$ OC\IW, !': of labor, is raised all will seek the -

"'!,;(f,t!1:: 't', :. OUR CI ELECTION. THE ORANGE GROVES. same advanceAn: advance in labor .

J\-\: .\ The city election, for Mayor As.gj -. Three months having now elapsed means an advance"in-prices and cosl POWDER $2..50

Treasurer und'four since the freeze of January 10th- of and the result is that with
; ti f.. t: .- sessor, Collector, ; living \ ,. r
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in doubt "J : -* 'ci 7
f: ." .Aldermen on last.Monday passed off 13th, we are no longer : as ,wages.higher no actual advantage'is Absolutely Pure. .WILL BUY A
The business to its effect upon the orange trees. because Everything, else is
I'"t leading gained ,
: i : very quietly. ,
GOOD SUBSTANTIAL
: BEDSTEAD
made in Februarythat I POWDER NEVER VARIES. A ,
( The statement
,., (;: ,' men and property owners, as well as1..1' advanced in ,.the same proportion. THIS of purity, strength and whole-
"' More economical than the ordi-
:;t :l a r f other citizens interested in good gov- Undoubtedly some adjustment someness.
: of the State nary kinds and cannot be sold in competition -
FRED W. HOYT & CO'S
,. f jj turned out in force and orange growing region is to avoid ;
$>' r crnment, wages :Irequisite, injustice. with the multitude of low-test, short-
; \::3... i evinced their interest in the success sustained no,injury beyond the par- r. -T, .- weight alum or phosphate powders. FURNITURE STORE,
tial of their leaves and the THE HILL COUNTRY OF MIDDLE y&-Sold only in cans.
+ iF%$." < of the Citizens ticket. The election shedding ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., CENTRE STREET.
;' i* & occasional injurious effect upon sicklyor FLORIDA. 48 106 Wall Street, New York.
and
fair in ,
vf ffrsM: was a one every respect
insect-covered trees, is fully borne There' is'a "charm about the hill
:$3S\ if : its results were. acquiesced in without -
'N" "'" '11 n t have of Tallahassee, seen no- GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC.
',;.Mi 7; I. complaint. The colored Republicans out. The trees nearly recov- country .
''t '':\f\ ered their accustomed livery of green, where else in_ Florida. which at-
'
who have for some
ti '
; ;":< years
i i1' and indicate a healthy and vigorous tracts tHe admiration of strangers.ss .
f elections called
controlled our city a
( ..
\ instances .... _.
bloom i nbw in --
j of
: 'i mass-meeting to be held growth. Their; period usu- Farming many -

;t.t.fl :r I. at Republican a bulldlng"known as Republican, ally occurs in February or March. taking. the place of all cotton

: '11 : lfW'-t1)' had This year a very profuse and some- planting, and the way seems to be I .. f,
'ijI. headquarters.. already
: ; :
,
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'nl.;MAR',, "Sf"IlJ a four colored Aldermen holding over, what unnatural; bloom appeared in now opening for the settlement of H. E. DOTTERER

;'il;, !t !: but, DemocratThey holding over.t. March: The.trees not having takenon the country by a large population of
., one
INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
t.>(';. _iii. tt/'- '.i They nominated a purely Republican their foliage, and being thus de- small farmers. The early spring

M'1': 't/>::r..f.,' .:.,:.:\,+ .' ticket from Mayor down, except prived of their proper circulation, growth, withit8r bright green fields, =* -*' 4-

\:. Mr.: Kydd, for Treasurer, and Mr. soon threw off most of the most pro- the beautifuland< graceful pear trees :i{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }

,.Jt for Alderman both outspoken fuse bloom, and the expectations and the profusion of spring flowers
; Berg .
,
1. .I-
., ..,... "f'1 Democrats. Had they succeeded In. founded on it were disappointed. A gives a charming and picturesque :I *

; : and certain bloom to the whole country
Kw their healthier more appearance
carrying out purposes they EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
i. would have had six colored Republican has followed and fruit has now surrounding-Tallahassee. The great

Jtjr' .fftftlH l *)1! : J Aldermen and one white Re- formed, but in a smaller proportion.This freeze was a calamity to the orange FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY
:* <
which had seemed to have .
for trees
continue to
develop
,
rl t' publican Alderman and two Democrats may

l** -? fFF' I" ; on the board, giving the white some time yet, and the result be a overcome theeflects....-,. of former cold SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
:
and it is demonstrated thatit
>. A ,, people of Fernandina, who. pay.over late crop. seasons, '
b.: nine-tenths of the taxes a From the best information we can is unsafe place'any reliance on- PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
:: representation
lf; >S .8 obtain from our own observationand growing oranges for profit in this
: of only one-third in the City ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
the opinion of experienced growers portion of Florida. The LeConte
-Council. The Citizens' ticket was !

w)j: : made up in equal parts of Democrats the present indications point to '' pear seems to be perfectly adapted to FINE TEAS AND COFFEES t-\ -

If! J'J'" ?" w and Republicans capable and about half the usual crop. If this this soil and thrifty young orchardsare
[ ; -$ -t-
Kiii' ? rgood men, and was designed to expectation should be borne out, the seen everywhere. It is claimed
; THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.NEW" .
that it be made
be will be consid- as profitable as
fc-l} (m. ::break up the system of political prices to expected can

:t'I-T- life .. management of the city affairs. Itt erably advanced, and the net resultbe orange culture in East Florida.No .
i istrue'that'there not much less than that ob- portion of the State can vie GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. .
: ; ;: ; t: was no colored'per- very
and Middle: Floridain
Tallahassee
;; the ticket but four of the tained from an average crop. with
;; .: i' j son on as Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA.
.' ; );; J five holding over Aldermen were In sixty days there will hardly bea flowers. The strangers who sneer

I colored men, it was considered that vestige to be seen of the freeze, andit at the designation of Florida as the
; is noticeable that the Land of Flowers," would no longerdo
t.L. :there in this particularly
,v 1 x ... was no injustice reaspect. -
.
'i : : J- young trees are growing rapidly and so if they would visit Tallahassee.

\\w' ':il. ':i Although the Citizens' ticket did will go on with hardly any draw- Masses of wistaria 5 ; great hillocks of -

;tw. ***:*" 'rt< back. This is encouraging to the banksia, and}th.Qusandg .of roses delight
t 1. l \! not succeed in electing all its nomi-? WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

.4 ,: f tj ..nations, our citizens are glad of the owners of young groves, and will the eye and charm the senseson
\
substantial achieved. It has bring forward in another year a con- every hand. If flowers could be i-.__=- _. _
ijj ; success v.s -!:TQ"a-3'.ti5a iFT' @ r'm 'k
.1f .been made evident that the Citizens''' siderable increase in value. transported, like strawberries, to the :2S5r3aH22=S3S=,_ ="-c_ ;T= '*3E33TS il. -= _- *aTai .T-.Tlfjf-JrSgsgsa.*.fs=:,=-=;

....:,. ,_ ; i'I{ ; > -of Fernandina have only to interest On the whole, we have very great Northern cities, the ladies of this I

.!1 t ;J { --themselves in their city affairs here reason to congratulate ourselves on section could hardly 'supply the de-

the present condition and further mand which would spring up for the
'h after/to obtain a good and efficient ;
;1 ;;f of Florida. Perhaps the skill -
!' !'l .t city government. The white Alder- prospect of our groves. The loss of roses Y

'.."-ti"' It." M11. '"., the fruit, like a conflagration, a hur- of the florist may invent some .' J=?-
,, men-elect and efficient .
4 : capable
.,. : ;(. are 5L5 H 3=** 5-gJ =*> -J>9 Siif
.
... .jI..,.. ,. :'iI ricane, or a great freshet, is a severe method of preservation and systemof
:' : men, and we have no doubt but the ,
," A'. temporary loss,but will be soon over- transportation which will open a ti r Ot/ y'v
'
\ $ 'ftl Council will act unitedly in the promotion -
the forces of flower market at the North to utilize
4 come by renewing na- ,
!r.ii:!r :;.;( of the best interests of the
and.man's this superabundance of floral
ture .
industry. great
::i i city. We rejoice in the prospect of wealth. Tuberoses have been suc-

h.. ;'W good government. Let every good '
STRIKES A! HOME. '
.
cessft sent from East Florida, and
> f;' r 1giIJ citizen sustain the hands of Mayor Our esteemed Jacksonville cotem- .ly
other flow-
we see no reason why
,,. t l \ McGiffin and enable him to execute poraries are showing good pluck and
.
.r;..rI ers of a like nature could not be
tt the law faithfully as we know he dews -
i ,.f : courage in meeting the difficulties preservedfor two or three .days intransit

t,,::, p*t;: ires to do. occasioned bythe strike of their compositors a. : tf .

:r '@" LAW AND ORDER. ,and seem, so far, equal to There is evidently- in

The interest evinced in the the occasion.
H k4 question The tendency of or-
t real estate in Middle Florida, and its
:'ri 1 ,," ''tW 1 .1 of good government by the taxpayers ganization is to leadership ; leader- prosperity seems now assured, in

: of Fernandina at the recent, ship likes to assert itself, and gen- A. B. INTO YES
i which we shall all rejoice.j ?
i ; .i election is a harbinger for good. Wewill erally does so with unwisdom. Everyman ,

;t. ,uti.:; not discuss the past or its responsibilities has the legal right to render G. RUSSELL, Jtt. D., -DEALER IN-

t' fjt[:) .- but consider of the service his J.
according to own option,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
::1);: ': ., future. and upon such terms as he chooses FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIESHay
East of the Tourist Hotel, j
[ !8lfl A moving cause which called forth to accept. No man, in asserting his FERNANDINA, FLA.

; S the interest of our people was the own rights, has a right infringe Office Honrs-8 to 10 a. in., 1 to 3 p. m., 6

; t,. :t i i laxity of the enforcement of the upon the rights of others. He has to 9 p. m. and Grain, Ship Stores,

+ laws We all felt that in this respect no right, because he does not chooseto : E. ,FRASER,
p\ W.
'*I*\.;, ; '&7SW' I' :':a change was demanded. We trust work himself, to prevent others HOMOEOPATHIC AND HYDROPATHICPHYSICIAN FURNITURE MS P1IHIS AND CROCKERY,

: tf'L f iF1 that our new city government will 1 from working. As we are all dependent ,, ,,

!* ., I give it to be understood that the laws I upon 'each 'other, we have Has permanently located at Fernandina,
Iu and offers his professional services to the ETC.
\\.1: ,will be enforced, and that drunken- no right, under the unwritten law: of people of this place and surround!ng country. HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE,

'1 i. '!"t t .. ness, profanity, foul language and mutuality, to injure another, or even Jj:3J'-Diseases Can of be children found at a the specialty.Tourist Hotel.THE" .

M. Hl1! >1t: disorderly conduct.will no longer; inconvenience him unnecessarily. It PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.

J',, l1if permitted on our streets.: 'If the is not the right thing to do for the MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING .

:\ t: .:police force will not do their plain i, servant to'leave her mistress when which it executes is noted for all kinds the artistic of Printing.mannerin N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla.

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FLORIDA. ',' MIRROR: APRIL 10, 1886.. .

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t MPDrn: ERO'.S: 1886 SPRING AND. ',', SUMMER. 18861Or. i

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! @PRI !! @ '

&> T.Are :K-Y-OD:
g 'IS .THE. PLACE TO BUY YOUR-,.: _
seta ... ./
Our 3 Cz. X. ..A3 OSS leaves II .' I
ad- i I1o; .receiving weekly large
le shipments of
'Ldy on steamer Carondelet tar.the Northernand : .1 /,.. M .. ..1'I-IIJ.. ,..J .l.:.A, v .


:led te.i stock he will Eastern of buy DRY the markets GOODS largest,,CLOTHING where and most, as usual select, NOTIONS :I ill m'DRY GOODS IN'1B86\\. \\ : .' New Spring! and Summer Goods,


HATS, BOOTS, SHOES,.CAR I
', .. .i Which will be sold at very low prices. A splendid assortment of
CLOTH .
brought to Florida. neces- : _" ...'. -
ever ,
NEW
T, 'y SPRING DRESS
GOODS
of sari to state how we buy our Goods,as p' I .' ,
'I) everybody knows we'biiy for cash and !. I I .
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'
U! in bulk direct from the Manufacturers, ( ,',-... .. ... ..- .. ...., I I .. .. ';. SILTS: : CASK: ES. '

in hence taking the advantage of CLOSE .. 'I@ Nun's Veiling Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lacac Buntings, White Goods,
' PRICES. We mean,this-Spring. ,,to show. '.. : Plain and Printed India Linens, Unon de.Deccas, Plain and
F, .'..:". : : ?,..We have just received from the North and East an : .,,;:, Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids
Piques, Marseilles-
. Novelties in Every Department I ',
.
: .. : ,
immense stock of 1 ;: .:' Cable Cords, Checks and Strpes.iXT',1.
,
and give the public the benefit of LOW '
PRICES. Call early to make your selections .... ., I DRY GOODS : CLOTHING" ] t; GRBATDARGAIH B IBRY a
J
!.and save money by buying of _'.'. ,

MODE :SRO'S: 1 Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes .: < : OUR SPRING. "CLOTHING

Has been received-a magnificent line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
OF LOW PRICES e and in fact a f'ullline in every Department,.of the KING & CO'S Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to order and tit guaran-
8LEADERS teed. This is the
!9 Leading House in the United States for Custom-Made Clothing.
-- LATEST DESIGNS i and as we are able to buy -, --- Although we have BARGAINS in every Department.the following are some ofi

30 and 31 Centre Street, in bulk, we are prepared to offer sameat .,
b r J IO"a: SPECIAL BAE-CAINS :t
FERNANDINAFLORUOA.
m PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITIO t Two Cases BEST PRINTS at 5 Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cls.
FINE HEMSTITCHED LINEN All-Wool Plain Black BUNTING at.20 Cts.
HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35 Cts.
... VICTORIA LAWNS at 6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts.
-
Rush of business prevents our naming specialtie Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts.' All-Wools:NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.
All we ask is a trial. Call and examine our stock Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 cts>.
M. DOWNEYIs before purchasing elsewhere THE BATTLE SHOE IN CONGRESS, BUTTON AND BAL, AT CY' Kf\
.> J is Twenty Years ahead corapetion.:: (\u>*JJjJ&
.1J6r No trouble to show goods at MODE. .3nO's', ., ." .:: -Orders by.mail will receive prompt attention, and carefully filled.
now receiving in the
I ,v.li. '. ':; & ':t-. ITTTDD: .

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:.. f\! :I Northeast corner Centre and Thiud.Sts.,
CITY MART .' NEW. YORK OFFICE-83 Walker
t. St.
.., ., .. .' }} FERNANDINA, FLA.
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I J DRY GOODS
-ms- CLOTHING
.: ,

SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY .,
} MODE BRO'S TANVARY :::23. 1886. J
ill m
1- :My prices are positively betow those of any house,and fufpH '
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t" 15 to 25 per cent. less than those 0" any credit

FOREIGN AND DOMESTICDRYeGOOS conceru. I want the money down they give you thirty and
m LEADERS OF LOW p'RrCESI\ \\I sixty days in which to pay,and make I1P for the petty privileg..by
I II' charging yon ten years' compound interest. And yet people insist
. ,..I INos O 0
upon calling this nonsense.
.
To those who have not bought of me, I would ask their inspection -

.. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina.twuilj.V.. O to convince them that I give the-BEST GOODS for the money. t'Jvv.

. m a'. :J.C> ii..1\a.A.: NCORNER' Tnr

-AND-. j% I I '.. ; ':.!'..'Ac, r-; '' SIXTH AND ASH STREETS. Y.J.
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_ "FANCY ARTICLES, ': ..- 'F: :.'f.:,. : ... :,: _, ;, '-":":f-..'.--..., ....,- : .=;;>.,, \, CHEAP FOR CASH AT W. J. LOHMAN'S.

CONSISTING IN PART OF-
'.! \
Piques, Victoria Laws, '. f

.,. Plain and Dotted Swiss Lawns, ."., '. '

Tape Checks and Stripes, .. ," "' .. GENERAL INSURANCE REAL ESTATE +
L. : }- I. : ... .. .... :; Iif
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Light Prints (Suitable for the Season) i :' h. .
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Irish Linens, Table Cloths, -AGEN'C: -
':
Towels, Napkins, Doileys,

Irish and Hamburg Edgins, CHARLES V. HILLYER

Domestic Shirting etc.
Sheeting,

PAUL PUNEE'SI FEBNANDINA, FLORIDA. .
-A NICE LINE OFREADYMADE .
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bHHH

OFFICE, S. W. CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.MALLORY'S k

t THING

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Black Silk Alpaca Coats, I::1 DRY GOODS EMPORIUM I,

I F'L.C': >Fl.XD.A.. SEB.VJCm.: : :

And New Styles in Seersucker Suits, 1 t
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A BARGAIN...,.II _STEAMSHIP LINE !


-SE I-VTEEKI.iY SAILI rsr&s.. I
STRAW AND FUR HATS, _'

NEW ',' : i
Men's, Boys',Ladies' and Misses' >- :. : :. ...

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MT R H B AND LPEI ', a li
lf ? t" a FP

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ,,l -I IIII'I(/ECJ al ; -
'tnwtSHELLAS.TRUNKS G aln k

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AND SATCHELS. 14.III F' ',

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And a great variety of other goods.too CENTRE .STREET, _, ._.I' t_
... ,., .I. ,
numerous to mention. .,. y::,:.' ';t. .' "'y.' '-
Thankful for past favors, .:" ,.f" ,;t>';';:"
.
M. DOWNEY. > .-t

Fernandina,|Apri110,1886. .FER. 1'WDJt. :: : ':":,.,, ..
"- This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
SASH DOORS FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. I
.. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED
-AND- _:.. '.:' ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
; connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
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BLINDS -," '.:(..l- t ; '., .':'':!'r-Jt ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
, ,. ';;.' d. .:" ,'t.. :, .".: ,'...'... .,.. .:'. .. "."If....,'$...4iM: j :: .'...v, js'H. JOHNS OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
'' ;LAftf''f. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA and with the
.t '. .
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AT FRED W. HOYT & CO'S. : Jf! < t. : : > : -r;; : '!c.r&' ;
PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
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"' : : THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. '
T INEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN : ::,.; ; .r" ; > : ,' \
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-U Samples sent upon receipt of 2-cen '"k'f:7', l-- -i '. :&;0-" <" A" "" ,,- '';.' =-tj1j; R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
t: ii X ,'r ''" '"
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; stamp. AddressFLORIDA MIRROR '; ; ;: : ; .. : c ::, ,:It. ; :: FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
26 : ; C.. MALLORY & CO.,
Fernandina, ,Fla. : .; Pier 20 East River.New York. 51rTHE
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!:Pt: 1s i M JI' Superintendent of Schools' W. G. Cox well.r events occurring in any quarter of the < O r-3..
t! ,1, r.i State Officers. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. World. The ample facilities of THE SUN otj 1( 1 <
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k Ft1tf 'tr. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County' .Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E. T. Williams, Ocala. Old ''''orld, and its large corps of Special rit:;: =--c=:: .dll .

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....1'\ : ltr'-Lec&burg.: > Sheriff James. W. DeWitt, Green Coye Superintendent. of Schools-)1. L. Payne, leading cities as also its superior arrangements p o5 G-yn.P 1 r 1

'. ;r:c3 j '';; Secretary of State-John L. Crawford. Tal- .Springs. Fort McCoy. .. for securing prompt intelligence from -..... pGfjowQ ,
i .it. lahassee. ) Collector of Revenue-W. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. all the Counties in Maryland, and .w :; D ..y l
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-ff..I. :l Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. Hall, County Judge-Chas. S. Baron; Key West. leading point of interest in adjacent States, o --" =C"a-.o-::! M. .
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$ "I "l,. S66 County Judge W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'enuelaS011 S. Moreno, by any of its contemporaries. THE :-? = ..".'... ;:::'00 >'J
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.... ?tt-; : fj Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent Sdwols--J.. V. Harris,Key day of the year,and the present time is more o7Z Q: = ;
f "'+'11tf' Russell, Jacksonville.AdjutantGeiieral Collector of'Taxes-W.1Payne, Lake City. West. than usually.auspicious. The news includesall ,7 '.Qq
'..1; =David .Lang. Superintendent of Schools-" A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. events that transpire under the new National c$ 3 S -. = H
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-f Sheriff John A. Ellermann, :Fernandina. every State and every quarter of the Globe. -.,., n :: :E'. .>
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::$ Z t' First CircuitAugustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools.-John. Owens, PREMIUM COPIES TO GETTERS UP OF

'sr. k o'1. S2cola.t sonville. Evergreen. CLUBS FOR THE BALTIMORE '
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r\_.r.( + '1?; 'rl Second Ci1'cuit-David. Walker t. Tallahas-. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Trcasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan- WEEKLY SUN. '" s" ; .

ry3.',4 "'''y''?('::4';, sec Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dinu. FIVE COPIES..............................$ 5.00
's r "' rte Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. Assessor of TViiea--Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. With
an extra of the Week-
::.::t.Jt> r..., ; "W/-f. Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jacksonville. sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando Sun one year. copy ... '. ..

'i 10. d iito! Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. TEN COPIES................................ 10.00
ti--t:, I.L; 'l, Fifth Circuit Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville. Collector With .
i of Ret'elwe-I" T. Hardeman, Or- an extra copy of the Weekly '
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4. lando. Sun .
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I'r, 1, I ::!I Sixth Circuit-H. Mitchell, ,Tampa. Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, the Dailv Sun three months. }:"q'.t

i C.:''b,,.. Ott', :' Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. ESCAMBIA. Orlando. FIFTEEN COPIES....................... 15.0O:

t ;'. ';' 1*':,,,.r. *ff Ciurt Calendar. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. T'cusurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox.' ". Sun one year, and one copy of ...' ,,. t ,
I' Ji ** "' i..:7:***. FIRST CIRCUIT. Sheriff-Joseph Wilkins. -. FOLK. the Daily Sun six months.

IlK'. Fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner.' TWENTY COPIES....................... 20.00 .. ', "" .'
,.: Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm 's:' Clerk-S. J. Pearce. With an extra copy of the Weekly ::1,,; .f J
< i "; {.i-Vwr Walton, 4th' Monday in October.. Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff-W. H. Jonson. Sun one year. and one copy of

:: f} f .. j Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Treasurer F. F. the Daily Sun nine months.
i 1.! r': i J" in October. FRANKLIN. Collector of-Ret'C1ute-J.Beville.D. Tillis. THIRTY COPIES........................ 30.00 ,'" :.
County Judge--Robert G. Baker. With an extra of the 'Vcek-
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday copy
,, ":.lA:"'.,.'''....:I t.,:.j in October Clerk-J. A. Atkins. Superintendent of Schools-John SJ1od ty. ly-Sun and one copy of the Daily
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;" I.,:i;: Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM: COUNTY. Sun one year. .

j ''t ::1\0\ October. 7rea.surer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S. Houghton, Palatka. FORTY COPIES.........................:. 40.00 .
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; "(,(. "j' Escambia, 1st Monday in December. I Collector of Revenue-George: A. Patton. Clerk"". F. Forward, Palatka. With: an extra copy of the Weekly :. .:f'I'. ':;, ;." ,
,t; { "J :j<;' This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. Sun and one copy of the Daily -

.;;( -tr, ; : 10, 1879, and does not change theSpring GADSDEN. Collector of Relenue-Joseph Price. Sun one year, also an extra copy : .; ., .:
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'll' "" of the Daily Sun for six months. .

.;- .' "i.t'J. t. .. .1 Term. TIIIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Palatka.Superintendent Public Schools-A. J.. Wood, FIFTY COPiES...... .................... 50.OO
Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. With an extra copy of the Weekly -
Termt after 1st in Sheriff( Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. Sun and two copies of the Dai-
: .: Tuesday Monday Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew
th. '" Perry. ly Sun one year.SEVENTYFIVE. THE FLORIDA
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,'C j'ft' ...1::,.... April.Madison, 2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff U. A. Tucker, Perry. COPIES............ 75.OO
Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun
Superintendent of ,
j t l ( a Hamilton, 4th Monday in'April. Perry. With an extra copy of the Weekly OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY


l :.;tt'+Jf.f Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th :Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry.Superintendent of Schools-T., J. Faulkner, Sun and three copies of theDaih. T

'Q":"tot ;Jt' ,;."-,:I"!' in Columbia.April.. 3d' Monday, after. 4th Mondayin County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. County: Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. ONE HUNDRED Sun one year.COPIES............IOO.OO Fernandina-

v, "" "'n., Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. With an extra copy of the Weekly -

lAVt 1 :...S April.Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff{ Sampson of Revenue-John Tavel, Jasper.CoUcrJ.or H..Lee. Collector of llet.'entte-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Sun and four copies of the Dai- Towns on R. R. Line.
M' 4 Sis SANTA ROSA. ly Sun one year.
1 in April.
"L' +t'.:,,)igl;:: ': Fall Term- Jasper.Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, County Judge-John Chain. To Europe and other Postal Union coun- And Cedar Key.
1st after 1st ink' Clerk R. It. tries at $1.52 for twelve months.
It! ))- Taylor, Tuesday Monday HERNANDO COUNTY. Shepard.
{ Ji .:!:.J!'" October. Treasurer--Robert Robinson.
'i. *>*, \ Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams. THE SUN,

:,. *, :, ;;; : Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of ScllOol.s-David Tinner.ST. \ Daily, except Sunday. Lessees"and
Offers to Purchasers
< 7 Sheriff J. A. Jennings: Brooksville. a large
4th
k:.*.. J H, Suwannee Monday after Monday ; JOHN'S COUNTY.
Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto. Terms of
W in October. Subscription by Mail, Invariably
p.\:\;:* Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th )!Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge)[. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Cash in Advance, Postage Prepaid on number of the most eligible and desirable

I... : October. xille. tine. Subscriptions in the United
: fm+ ... Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. States and Canada. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

hfl .. in October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine One Year..........$G.OOOne;, Month.....50 Cts.
FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector f Revenue;-Joseph F. Llambias, Six Months....... 3.00Three, Weeks..38 Cts. City or Suburban Residences

feW\ Spring Term St. Augustine. Four Months..... 2.00Two, E'eks..25 Cts.
L'ili J; : St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, Three Months.... 1.50 One Week........13 Cts. UPON EASY TERMS.
: ; Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W.' A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. Two Months..... 1.00[
J.'P. Martin
: Btadford,1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. To Europe and other Postal Union
1 a w; Collector of Ret'enue-'V. J. Martin. coun- Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
.1\' :f +ItI' Faker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Judge-J. R'St'eele' Leesburg, tries 76 Cents per Month.

;"" .r Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HO-MES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. parties engaged in manufacturing indus-
of .'t\ ..; Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Slteriff-J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. The value of THE SUN as an Advertising

r I -" Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitinan.SheriffThomas Collector of Revenue-I. N. Withers, Lees- Medium is. of course, in proportion to its rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
.. ; >r), .; 1 St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent. immense circulation and its prices for ad-
'ii.-{ S I 'j' Y:'i :,;";, Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of Schools-C. F. Venable, ,vertising far less in proportion to the circulation erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
x : 1b Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker. Sumterville. -the main element of value in adver-

,,... \ ," :a. t! Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. tising-than those of any other daily paper residence, or in which' to conduct their
tint +r <4 Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. of which we have knowledge.The .
!I' i': } Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. safest method of transmitting money business.
t f M FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. by mail is by check, draft, or postoffice

:. 'f. Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector Revenue Wilson H. Sessions money order.
: ; Spring Term- of INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
.Ii '-.',i::;;;; Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak.
Treasurer James E. Heani. No
DEVIATION
," 1' ccii'r; Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Collector of-Revenue John B. Anderson. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, TERMS. FROM PUBLISHED by exemption for a term of years from
I after 4th in Welborn.
Putnam, 2d Tuesday Tuesday
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Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANAC
:,ggt I ",# ""f..JI March. VOLUSIA COUNTY. a taxation, offered by the several cities and
) Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. II valuable publication of ninety-six pages is
: r f. ; ::f.i! County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- published as a Supplement to THE SUN
.. ;w March. W. B. Lamar I towns. Apply to
.1.4" County Judge Monticello. prise.
< about the first of each It is not for sale
r; ''l;.. Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff-D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise.: nor is it distributed except year. to subscribers of CHAS. W. LEWIS

}Ir +f"qJ: in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. "THE SUN," Daily and Weekly, for whose Fernandina.
:'.. f fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker Collector of Revenue T.F.
) tii Drudy,Emporia. benefit it is published. Every subscriber to 39Office, Dnryee building ( stairs)
r. !t'- J e Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello., Superintendent of Schools. -B. F. Fox, New "THE SUN up
Daily or Weekly, whose
t Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County 7reasurC1''V. M. Girardeau, Mon Smyrna. corner Centre and First streets.
name is on our books the first of the
j .1 f year
I i. ;1 1J1: Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. ticello.
WAKULLA COUNTY. will receive ALMANACree
a copy of THE SUN
lv't Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. I
Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon of
1J? Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-R. S. Smith. charge. _
ticello.
I\: ''I. in November. Sheriff Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. f A. S. ABELL& CO., Publishers, .... ii: .,fJ'J; :,.:;;' Mr.f" ,,.., '...., -
"". '\ SEVENTII CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Sun Iron Building

fl'fl'I't i ff]'It-fA"::: Spring TermOrange County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of.Schools-E. Y. Watts, Baltimore, Md. ,

ij 4th Monday in January. Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. ,
', rt Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- SEWING MACHINES,

k .' x Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.G.RamseyNew fordville. '
1 r t Dade 3d in Troy. Collector of Ret.'enue-J. J. Pearce Craw- ; :." l".f"; .t
.', ... Monday April. ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, "" r-.
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f t fall Term- County Treasurer A. L. Morgan: New ford ville. : : ;' r

!3' I i tc H? Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices .
r' ',' .j\t!\ Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. McLeod Sr. t V ''',. ; -

.,t (-. : Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. County Clerk-D.Judge-Daniel G. McLeod. -ALSOATTACHUENT : ; ;*, : i
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J! Dade, 2d Monday in November. k.
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LEON C. McSween. .
COUNTY.t Sheriff--John .
1r of every description, and :: ,.3z.
>',1 .1'O'n": County Officers.ALACHUA. County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. Treasurer-James E. Bowers. a for any Sewing Machine, ,. ; :
< Collector ;
McLeod. '
Ret.'enue-'V. .
i Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. of for sale. 'i.-"C '$* _
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: Superintendent Schools-C. C. Gunn. .
of ,
; Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. -- :iif --

<|5 r,; County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. ;Ji t"Old Machines repaired at moderate .
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%:' iy : flIle.'i Tallahassee. prices. I.- is: .
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.w Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. 7rea.sllrer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. HENRY HOBEIN, t 1':, :!.d'v. ,, '.

1': : 1 101..: Sheriff S. 0.-Tucke' Arredondo. Collector of Retenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Clerk-D. D. Melvin. Corner Third and Ash Streets, .'..,} ,. "
:. t \ "' Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Sheriff S. W. Davis. 8 Fernandina Fla. ,
l', t'fl' I ville. LEVY COUNTY. Treasurer-Thomas'J. Miller. ... .1(
1:I ;' i () Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco Bronson. Collector of Ret'cnue-John Roche. ? C '''' ..1

i I;.f': Gainesville. BAKER COUNTY. Sheriff} W. H. Bigham, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, ': -.,: *..-'-':],cr;: ",'*,,- .' ",' ,.y- ,

4t': '" : Collector of RerenueW H. Anderson, .
rti; County Judge T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar,Key.Superintendent. COMMISSION MERCHANT -

Jt t .. Clerk-F.' J.' Pons, Sr., Sanderson.. of Schools-Jas. DePass LUCY COTTAGE ,
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Sheriff J.. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. -\ D-
J::1.; 1J: : Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- LIBERTY. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
; .' ':1" r Berson.t Manufacturer of f Southern Pine Lumber

ill' +i .il Superintendent of Schools-Wm. Lessene County Clerk-A.Judge-R.J. Wooldridge.F. Hosford. v FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Warranty and Mortgage Deeds.

Sanderson. BY THE CARGO, PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN
;!l M !j BRADFORD COTTNTT. Sheriff V. G. Harrell. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor LINEN sent upon receipt of '2-cen
Treasurer
I -ttm II t County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler.Clerk I I Collector of Ret.'tnue-L.E. Roberts.G. Wilder. without board. Table Boarders will be For Domestic or Export Trade, stamp. AddressFLORIDA
accommodated
also transient.
I : F.York Lake Butler. I ; MIRROR.
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LEGAL-" ADVERTISEMENTS. LAKE'Si : I I ESTABLISHED 1875. Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. Interlachen._......... 1.22 a m '7.12 pill

.' -: Ar. J.T ,fc K W June.... 7.4Uam 5.lOpm

.. Master's.Sale., .. |# *-. H ; >iVAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a in 4.55 p m
DRUGS and EDICINESf .. .._' ..... ... -...t -. Ie .Ar.Jacksonville! ......... 1.22 p m 7.12pm
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE- :i JEWELRY STORE All trains of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE.GAINESVILLE.I
cuit Court for the Fourth Judicial Court of .. slower than Jacksonville time. For..Ocala, Leesburg..... :...........) Fast Mail :
Florida in and for Nassau county, in chan- r it- HORSEY & COI For Pemberton's Ferry ...........; [ '
c..crin a certain cause therein pending, ., and after For Astor::.................. ............J 11.45 a m
wherein S. B. Hubbard & Co. are complainants Offers for the approaching Holidays!:! a fine. ON Trains Sunday will,leave May and 3d, 1885, For'Palatka.............) Ex. Sim ......_.....,
arrives .
and Benjamin Upton and George A. assortment oC.Solid.anel RolledJEWELRY follows .. 'For Jacksonville....... V. ..._...... ......_....._
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Arnold doing business under the name and =1 PHARMACISTS 1 ICentre = NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. For St. Augustine! ....J 3.00 a m 2.05pm

style of Upton & Arnold, and sell George \V. : :: : :: : .: Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:30 a m TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.

Bryce, are defendants I will at public Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:00 p m Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............ Fast Mail

auction to the highest bidder,the for cash of Ladies and Gentlemen's Street, Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m Frm Astorand Leesb'rg ............}} ......_......
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before the court-house door [in-: the city first Arrive at Waycross daily at......:....10:00 a m From Ocala................. ............ 3.05pm
Fernandina in said county, on Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 m From palatka........... ) Ex. Sun. ..............
Monday in May, 1886, being the usual the third hours day of Gold Silver Watches, FKUXAXDINA, FLORIDA, Arrive! at Bainbridge daily at....... 3:30 p p m From Jacksonville....}\ ......_...... ......_......
of said month during Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m From St.Augustine... 9.30pm 12.45pmSTEAMER
All
to-wit
hale, the following property mill, at : CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS, KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m A. J. LANE.
or near
steam saw ,
that certain Florida of FRESH and PURE FOR- Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield Lane Park Asta-
Brandy Branch, in Nassau county EIGN and DOMESTIC ,
Arrive at New Orleans dailv.at.....
7:45 '
a m tula
etc.
Railroad :
the line of the Florida Transit Silver in Large Variety,
on was recently run and operated by Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg...........................10.30 a m
which
& Murray, and Benjamin Eager, Drugs and Chemicals, cola and Atlantic Railroad daily 'for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg.................... 4.45pm
hazer!; cola Mobile New
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-SPECTACLES. Orleans Texas all trans
For
Yalaha
the % and Bloomfield only-after
called the Tofu Mill, ttigether'witli engines '
machinery and appurtenances Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Mississippi points. Passengers:: for Brunswick noon trip :

to, boilers the same attached or belonging, and REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leessburg.......................... 5.20 p in
B. & W..R. R. at 7.40
also certain tracks, tramways and roads REASONABLE( RATES. Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Pullman Buffet Sleeping p. m.Cars on this
and used in connection with -
said belonging mill for to the purpose of supplying the No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style.Call FINE TOILET ARTICLES, and train New, Savannah Orleans. to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .

same with logs, arid all the right, title, Pullman) Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa &
privilege and interest of the said S. B. Hub- ;1JiIj- and examine my stock. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ville to Cincinnati via Jesup.. Key West Railway and fast river steamersfor
hard &Co. in and to the land on which the Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- St. Augustine:Green Cove Spring Jacksonville -
said mill is located and surrounding the WMLAKE IN GREAT VARIETY. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST and all points North, East and
same, including the houses and the logging West and with.up-river steamers for South
privileges! on said land it being intended to Centre Street. 5* I"ysicialls'rescriJdions MAIL Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron

include the property purchased by the saidS. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship
B. Hubbard t Co. at a sale made at F(>r- Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885.ALONG reasonable prices. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 in "City of Monticello," for Charleston, New

nandina: on the 5th day of February A. D. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m York, Boston:: Philadelphia etc.
1833 by J.: Ellermann.. receiver, undera Leave Thomasville at.................. 2:10 p m Mail trains make close connection both I
decree in favor of Alexander McRae RAILROADS. Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15: p m ways via Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
against Benjamin Eager and others mcQUEERIjUEERe[ Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Railway at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast
and a sale made on the 5th day of )March Arrive at Jesup daily at................ G:38 p m Line-Fast Mail.
A. 1). J883 by said Ellermann receiver, Florida Railway & Navigation Co. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m At Wait's Crossing, with Florida Railway I
under a decree in favor of said S. B. Hub- THE DREARY PATHWAY Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.
bard & Co. against the said Benjamin Eager: clouded life of ours there is no I Arriveat\Vashington.D.b., daily..ll:45 p m At Gainesville, with Savannah Florida fe
R. B. ARCHIBALD, THE KEY LINE Arrive at New York ........ Western for
and others. joy sO pure no triumph so complete no daily at 8:00: a m Railway, Tallahassee Savannah ,
Special Master. success so fraught with rapture, as the mul- CENTRAL -MERIDIAN TIJIE. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars, New Orleans and all points North
March 10, 1886. Gw titudes of people have to admire at the ((90TH- ) Savannah to New York without change.EAST East and West; and with Florida Railway I

& Navigation Company, for Cedar Key,
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 22, 1886. FLORIDA EXPRESS.

NOTICE. 10 and 25 Cents Store, -- Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p in Pensacola At Ocala, :New with Orleans Florida and Tampa.& Navigation -

THE 29TII! DAY OF :MARCH, A. Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m Company and hacks Railway for Silver !
ON. 18RG. I will otfer fur!@le. to the highest in its various lines of daily bargains-such "a" means A. M. time. "p" means P. M. time. Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m Spring. ,

bidder, at my office in Fernandina for as Glassware Notions, Novelties Hardware. Read Leave Gainesville daily at............. G.OO p m At Leesburg with the St. John's & Lake
the benefit of all concerned all the property House-furnishing (Goods Hosiery, Handker- Read 8.00 a down.3 Lv Jacksonville..........Ar H 7.30 up.p I Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p m Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
specified and conveyed to tile in trust, by chiefs. Stationery, and hundreds of useful 8.45 a Lv Baldwin...... .........Ar g 6.46 p I I Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:00 pm Railway, and boats on Lake Harris for
deed of conveyance dated the 11th day of articles. Nothing sold above 25 cents. 10.10 a... Lv Lake City_...........Ar 7J 5.15 p Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55: p m t
April, A. D. 1834, executed !by the Florida Old Post-Office building, Second street, 10.57 a c)q Lv Live Oak..............Ar 55 4.27p Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m points At Pemberton's on lake. j
Improvement Company and recorded near Centre. 11.53 a S3. Lv l\Iadison..Ar :3.: 3.27 p Arrive at Thomasviile daily at...... 7:15 a m Ferry, with Hack Line b
; for C\\
12.15 + Lv Monticello..Ar w 1.50 Brooksvilla, Tuckertown Fort ..Dade 3
iiiollice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court SMITH & CARROLL. 2 lip p gg-5: Lv Tallahassee...........Ar S1 g* 1.05 p p Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a in Tampa, and South Florida. i i
Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and N. B-Also Agents fur all kinds of Show- 3.12 p >s Lv Quincy................Ar 0,5- 11.59 a : Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m 0. W. BROMWELL
for Nassau County, in record book "U." Cases, at factory prices. 1C 4.00 p Tv... Ar River Junction..Lv P.S 11.10 a Arrive at :Macon daily at............... 8:50 a m t ig j
4.55 Ar Marianna ............_Lvc- 10.49 General Pass.Agent.
pages 93 and 96. the said property having p e>o a,, Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m SHERMAN
CONANT
taken into by me. and now 7.00 p s.3 Ar DeFuniak Springs..Lv "g ::, 8.40 a Arrive at Savannah daily at.... .... 6:20 m {
been possession ; a
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SOMETHING NEW! lO.Sop'ge:: Ar Pensacola ...... ...-Lv G 5.05 a,. General Manager.
offered for ale in,.pun-nance of the provisions 3.10 a .="': Ar Mobile................Lv ur= 12.20 a Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:45 p in
of said deed. Terms cash, or payablein 8.15 a w.g, Ar New Orleans..Lv j/jo 7.00 p Arrive at Washington daily..........10:30 a m
bonds of the company as directed in the G.!)() a a, p Ar ontgomery..Lv g g.: 8.40 p Arrive at New York daily at..... ... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide.

trust deed. SAM'1 A. SWANN, JfjHEe LATEST NOVELTYjWINDOW | | 1.40 7.25p-:8 a "::.= ArEvansville ArXash\"ille.I.v..U.............Lv 5'.-> 1.00 6.55 a a Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via

Trustee. 8.00 a -gil Ar St.Louis...............Lv o 7.15 p Waycross. and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Traveler's Guide is, as the beading
Fernandina, Fla., February 26th 1886. 2.20 a .= s Ar Louisville.Lv 8J* 1.00 a Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of infor-
Above sale postponed until Monday, -IY- 6.35 a a Ar Cincinnati.............Lv 8.45 p Connections at Atlanta with Western and mation to the traveling public. To be relia-
........ 3.50
9.45 Ar .Lv
April 5th, 18 G. SHADES. 10.55 ax a-g: Ar Indianapolis Chicago.................Lv Q'? 3.45 p p Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and ble, it should be correct. The managers of
SAM'L. A. SWAN Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Georgia. Railroads for all points West and the different railroad and steamer lines will
Trustee. Baggage checked through. Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so

Above sale postponed until Monday, MADE READY TO HANG. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- by: notifying us of changes made in the run-
April 12th, ALL 3 feet wide by 6 feet long; Nickle Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line, ville Louisville via Thomasville. ning time, when they will be promptly cor-
1886.SAMUEL A. SWANN, Trimmed Stop-Spring Roller good grade of North and East. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville rected.]

Trustee. Holland with handsome Pull-Down, at the FERNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE BRANCH. and Nashville Railroad for New --
Orleans and Texas points and the West and
low of '
astonishingly price (DAILY EXCEPT .)
Northwest. At Savannah with Central TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAIi.ROAD.Day .
7.20 a 2.50 p Lv Fernandina....Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p Train leaves ''
B FIFTY CENTS EACH. a 8.45 a 4.35 p Jacksonville.....Lv 9.45 a 5.10 p Railroad of Georgia for all' points West and Passenger (
Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail- For Cedar Key and Wild wood,.and
These Shades in different Colors-
come (SUNDAYS ONLY) way for all points North, with steamshipsfor all points on Transit Road. ....10.00 a.m.
Drab Brown, Olive Green etc. 7.00 a 3.30 p Lv Fernandina-...Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p New York Boston and Baltimore. At For Savannah and all points North

-ALSO- 8.26 a 4.56 p Ar Jackson-yille..Lv 9.10 a 5.30 p Charleston with steamships for New York and West................................10.00a.m.

ADVERTISERScan A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE, ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Philadelphia and Baltimore (connecting at Callahan.) ,
Tickets sold all Rail Tallahassee Pensacola and all 1
between Jacksonville and Orlando and Jack- Through to points by ,
I On Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Roller. sonville and New Orleans. and Steamship connections, and Baggage points on the Florida Central & ,
earn the exact cost Across the Curtain about nine inches from CONNECTIONS: Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths Western Railroad..10.00 a.111.

the bottom,is stamped in Gold Fancy Dado, At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for and sections secured at Company's office in (connecting at Baldwin.)
of line of nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for Palatka and all landings; at St. Catherine with Astor's Building 84 Bay street, and at De- Day Passenger Tram' arrives
any proposed Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, pot Ticket Office, and on board People's From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
ySf SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACII tall Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburgwith Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m I -
in with Handsome Pull-Down. steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, and JENNIE LANE.
American Complete
advertising I Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida From Savannah and all points in !
CT. & T. KYDD. Southern for Lane Park Eustis and Astor; at Or- JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55p.m. fi 1
I
: lando with South Florida :Railroad for all pointson General Passenger Agent. From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and !' Ij
papers by addressing -- their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. all points on the Florida Central I E

J A. RYDER Company for Gulf coast points including Tarpon & Western Railroad................. 3.55p.m. 1
Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc.
Geo. P. Rowell & Co., I -PRACTICAL- I I Florida Southern Railway Co. Night Passenger Train leaves

MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. For Wild wvod........................... 5.00p.m. a
Newspaper Advertising Bureau, BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHT Tourists by this Route can reach nearly every important ORANGE BELT ROUTE. For Savannah and all points North

10 Spruce St., New York. point in Florida, which can be and West................................ 5.00 p.n1. i 3
Send lOcts. for lOO-Paae Pamphlet. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. said of no other Line. (connecting at Callahan.) i
The most direct route to all points North, East GOING SOUTH.
and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most Accom. Fast Mail. Night Passenger Train arrives- t
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. From Cedar Key Wildwood, and .
and all work entrusted to my care Read down. Read up. Jacksonville viaJ. all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a. m.

promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work carefully 9.00 p ......... Lv New York..Ar ......... 8.00 a T. & K.W. R'y................... 7.45 a m From Savannah and all points in
done at reasonable rates. WoodWork 12.20 p ......... Lv Philadelphia ......... 4.40 a : the North and West................. 9.45
Lv. St. via a. m.
4.10 p ......... Lv Baltimore.........Ar ......... 1.30 a Augustine
in all of its branches at
JAMES McGIFFIN living prices 6.00 a ....._.. Lv Washington......Ar ........11.56 p St. John's Railway................. 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
and at short notice.HorseShoeing. 10.49 a ......... Lv Richmond......?Ar ......... 6.55 p Lv..Palatka, Fla. Sou'n. 4.50 p m 9.45 a m I all points on Florida Central &
3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston... ..Ar ......... 1.53 a Ar.Interlachen. ......... 6.30 p m 10.50 a m I Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m.
AND BUILDER a Specialty. 8.47 p ......... Lv Cincinnati........Ar ......... 6.50 a Wait's : ..... 7.55 11.31am
pONTRACTOR Furniture stainedor 3.30 p ......... Lv Atlanta*......_..Ar ........10.45 a Ar. Crossing pm ;I FERNANDINA fe JACKSONVILLE R. R.
repaired, repainted Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 m 12.00 n'n
7.01 p ......... Lv Savannah.........Ar 1.25 p 8.45 p p
Alachua Street between Second and Third varnished. Wire Safes made to order at ..... 12.20 Train leaves daily, except SundayFor -
10.20 a 4.15 p Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.00 a 3.55 p Lv. Rochelle ........ 9.05 p m p m
short Jacksonville......................... 7.20
notice.A 11.50 a 6.10 p Ar Callahan..Ar 7.30 a 2.21 a Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 p m a. m.
For Jacksonville ........................ 2.50
FERNANDINA. FLA. share of the public patronage solicited. 12.20 p 8.30 p Lv Jacksonville.....Ar 6.15 a 2.35 p Micanopy: .............12.50 a m 12.50 p m p.m.
Respectfully, 1.15 p 9.20 p Ar Baldwin........._Lv 5.20 a 1.45 a Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 pm. Train arrives daily, except Sunday-
Orders and estimates from a distance care- J. A. RYDER. Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.171>m From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.
1.40 .........-Ar 5.05
ully attended to. 25-t p 9.35 p Lv Baldwin a 1.19p From Jacksonville...................... 6.30p.in.
2.36 p 10.42 p Ar.Lawtey.............Lv 3.46 a 12.18 p Ar. Leesburg.............. 7.00 a m 3.55 p m
SEA-ISLAND ROUTE. 2.55 a 11.07 p Ar Starke-....._.....Lv 3.10 a 11.56 p ........ ............ Sunday only-
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Lv. 4.00pm
Leesburg.
R S. SCHUYLERAROHITEOT. 3.25 a 11.45 p Ar Waldo..Lv 2.30 a 11.08 a From Jacksonville .....................10.36a.m.
4.25 a......... Ar Gainesville.....Lv ........10.05 a Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p m From Jacksonville..................... 6.56p.m.
.- 5.16 p to Ar Archer...........Lv J9.11\ a Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.
THE KEY LINE STEAMER, 7.50 5.49 a p CJ Ar ArBronson Cedar Key..Lv........._Lv & 8.36 6.40 a a & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p. m.

4.15 p 12.48 a Ar Hawthorne..Lv 1.35 a 10.20 a Ar. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.45pm
DESIGNS FOR BUILDING OF ALL 5.53 p ......... Ar Silver Spring_..Lv ......... 8.47 p Lv. Fort Mason............ ............ 4.55pm MALLORY LINE.
with Plans, Details, Specifications 6.15 p 2.40 a Ar Ocala:............Lv 11.15 p 8.34 a Ar. Altoona.................. ............ 5.30pm For New York direct, every Wednesdayand
and Superintendence. 7.28 p 4.25 a A Wildwood..Lv 9.34 p 7.26 a Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45pm Saturday evening.
...... ......... 6.40
9.05: p ...... .. Ar Panasoflkee Lv a
A 11.10 p ......... Ar WithlacoocheeLv ......... 5.30 a Lv. Fort l\Jason..l0.00 a m 5.00 p m From New York direct every Tuesdayand
W. K. DAI1KNIGDT, 7.57 p 5.07 p Ar Leesburg........_Lv 8.55 p 6.55 a Ar. Eustis..................10.10 a m 5.10 p m Friday eveing at 3.00 p.m.
AGENT. 8.25 p 5.45 a Ar Tavares............1." 8.25 p 6.30 a Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 p m
10.00 p 8.15 a Ar Orlando..Lv 10.30 a....... Ar. Lane Park............11.00 a m 5.45 p m SEA-ISLAND ROUTE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ST. ........... 1.40 p Ar Tampa ....:.........Lv ......... 6.00 p Steamer St. Nicholas leaves Savannah
BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER NICHOLAS LIMITED EXPRESS. GOING, NORTH. Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays; leaves

ANDDealer CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. 8.30 a......... Lv..Jacksonville..Ar ......... 4.23 p Daily Fait Mail. Ferdina Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays,
8.53 a ......... Lv ...White House_Ar......... 3.58 p Daily.Lv. upon arrival of morning train from Jack-
in Ice 9.10 a......... Ar Bald win_........Lv ......... 3.38 p Astor .................... ............ 7.30am sonville.
TENNESSEE BEEF SPECIALTYBROOM RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m CUMBERLAND ROUTE.
days and Saturdays at 5.10 p. connecting with I,v. Altoona................ 8.50 a m
STREET WHARF, the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sail- Lv. Tavares................ 3.50 m 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Brunswick -
ing semi-weekly for New York direct. p daily at........................... 2.30 p.m.
l-ft }1 FERNANDINA FLA. regularly between Fernandina Lv. Eustis.. ................. 4.20 p m 9.15 a m
PLYING SEA ISLAND ROUTE. (connecting at Brunswick with
Savannah; upon the following Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and Ar. at Fort Mason from E. T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand
schedule Savannah, leaves Fernandina Sundays, Tues- Lane Park....... ......... 4.30 p m 9.20 a m Western points.)
LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday days and Thursdays. upon arrival of morning Ar. at }'ortIason from Steamer Tb os.Collyerfrom Bruns-

Tuesday and Thursday, upon arrival of train from Jacksonville arriving at Savannahthe Astor...................... 9.40 a in wick daily at..........................12.15 p.m.ST. .
following morning. Leave Savannah Mondays -
morning train from Jacksonville arrivingat Wednesdays and Fridays, p. m., reaching Lv. Fort Mason............ 9.50 a m MARYS RIVER.
$250WILL Savannah the following mornings. Fernandina following a. m. Connections at Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.35 a m Steamer Martha leaves Centra street dock-
LEAVE SAVANNAH every Monday. Savannah with all rail lines, and with Ocean L7. 7.00
Wednesday and Friday evenings reaching Steamship and Boston and Savannah vessels to Pemherton's Ferry a m For St. Marys and Crandall TUEsday -
Fernandina the following mornings., and from New York and Boston, and at Fernan Ar. Leesburg ...........;.. 10.25 a m and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m.
BUY A Connections at Savannah with all rail dina with trains for all Florida points. Ex. Sun. For St. Marys and Dungeness, on

GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEAD lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston BRUNSWICK AND.INLAND S. B. CO. Lv. Leesburg............... 6.30 p m 10.45 a m Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00p.m.
& Savannah vessels.to and from New York Connects at Fernandina daily from and to Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m 11.18 a m I "For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,

AT and Boston, and at\Fernandina with trains Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. Ar. Ocala...................10.30 p m 12.25 p m I Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m. f
for all Florida points.A. Collyer leaves at 2.00 p. m.A.. o. ) Ar. Micanopy....,.......... 2.45 a m 2.05 p m Steamer Martha arrives #

FRED w. IIOYF & CO'S o. MACDONELL, General Passenger and Ticket MACDONELL Agent, Jackson Ar. Rochelle................ 3.S5 a in 2.35 p m From St. Marys and Crandall, on ;
Gen. Pass. Tkt.' Agt., ville, Fla. I v. Rochelle................ 3.50 a In 2.40 p m Monday and Thursday............. 7.00 a.m. ;
FURNITURE STORE, Fernandina Fla. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen.Sup't. Ar. Gainesville............. 4.20 a m 3.05 p m From St. Marys and Dungeness, ion \

D. MAXWELL., Lv, Gainesville............. 3.00 a m 2.05 p m Wednesday and Saturday...._ 9.00 a.m |
CENTRE STREET General Superintendent ADVERTISERS I send. Geo.for our.P. Rowell Select List Co.oi Lv. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p mAr.'Wait's From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, ;
Tuesday and Fridaj-................ 2.00 p.m.
Fernandina Fla. 3.24 m
10 Spruce Street, New York. Crossing...... 4.40 a m p
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THE FLORIDA MIRRORS The City Election.A Mrs.,, Grundy Says EG M ONT HOTEL- I I II .

df That' both ;&*' "_ of hers are herebyextended i ,
t p e FULL TOTE POLLED BY BOTH SIDES ,AXD A Shake "Mc!" FERNANDINA, FLA.,
to the n Mayor. Fresh Garden
/l.DU A TAR; $1.00 FOR six MONTHS FAIR TICKET ELECTED. and may Your Honor's. shadow never be Seeds,

The election for municipal officers, which less than that of your Aldermanic corpo- ',NOWOPEN: mil .#""* CROP OF '85 fSfc

Reflections.Alabastine was held here on Tuesday last, was, not- rosity. -

withstanding the unusual interest taken in That. the solemn inauguration of the UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. .In papers or in bulk, at
Go's.JThe .
at Fred W. Hoyt.vfc: -
it and the spirited canvass made by both Mayor by the retiring official was somewhat -

x City Council meets next Wednesday: sides, a very quiet and orderly one. Both disturbed by the rippling tears of the assem- NEWLY PAINTED magnificently AND THOROUGHLY furnished : FRED W. HOYT & CO'Si
; ;
-evening. political factions were represented on either bled multitude whose sympathies were
sunlight in every room ; Gas, Oral Anun-
; r r tl w, Miss Gamble, Tallahassee, is visiting ticket as follows: deeply touched by the affecting scene. ciators, Hot and Cold Water Baths, Steam-

b friendsjn this city THE TWO TICKETS That the Doctor's patients now feel that heated and open Fireplaces.UNSURPASSED ,

7LF' f/ Station And the political affiliations of the different afford be ill since his retirementto
.r > ,, air C. W: Hilliard, Billiard they can to CUISINE,
x rt
.c.'!4- was in.the city this week. candidates : civil;life.

; Alabastine at Fred W. Hoyt & Go's.Mrs. CITIZENS'. Ittt1'U UCA."i. That as a disciple of Esculapius; he had and complete comfort of guests-assured.

"s&a? Mayor Mayor, to keep his eyes open, while Justice demanded A. H. HASKINS, Manager. !
6 jfe* T. L. Stewart, Mrs. Morrison and James McGiffin. D. John W. Howell,.'R. that he should go it "blind," hence the Corn,.Oats, Hay, Bran,
leave the iCaronde- Clerk Clerk,
Master y. H. Stewart on
George E. Wolff D. Floyd Wright, R. pleasure of his friends over the return to his[ i

let to-motrowfor New York. Marshal, Marshal; first love. Material. | MIXED FEED, RICE FLOUB, ETC.
conducted Samuel L. Dennett, D. Stephen Morris, R. Building
lf The Rev. Mr. Mack, who has That it may pain some of our Christian
Assessor, Assessor: ,
fart the services at St. Peter's Church .the past George F. Lewis, R. John Stays, R. readers to learn that the reorganization of BRICK, LIME, PLASTER, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

JffVQ&iSri'tiM**? few Sundays, left for South Florida on Collector, Collector, the Council was,onlyj.perfected after consid-
T SfcA &;?ssaLay John A. Ellermann, D. Oliver S.Oakes, R. CEMENT, SHINGLES NAILS
,
.morning.
i, # t; Thursday erable swearing on'tlj'e part of the new mem-
/
Treasurer, Treasurer,
: : Rev. R. M. Tuttle being! absent at the Charles Ilillyer,R. Thomas Kydd, D. J SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, I 'FRED W. HOYT & CO.

., i stfifeSfltei meeting of the Presbytery at Plant City, Aldermen, Aldermen, bers.That this will not*occur in their future .
Emil O. Friend, R. Gilbert F.Avery, R. r :
j! there will be no services in the Presbyterian Patrick Kelly, D. Samuel Petty,R. deliberations"unlessan attempt is made'tosell PAINTS AND OILS. i

i Church to-morrow. Theodore Starbuck, D. Charles H. Berg, D. the city another ancient mule. I i
Fred W. Hoyt, D.: Willoughby Dorsey, R. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
Alabastine at Fred W. Hoyt & Vs. That every on-e hopes the new municipal
Neither of the tickets was elected as a Retailers of Tobacco
broom will clean.
sweep
: v AJlfr The ibhoye fired a salute on Thursday whole, the mayor, clerk and one alderman under the
That also that new
.- | MvVT&l at the foot of Broome street in they hope
evening being elected on the Citizens' ticket, while
t regime street pasturage will become an ,un- When You ItUSE CAN SAVE MONEY BV BUYING
Democratic ,
honor of the .election of a the Republican nominations carried the
f ; 44l pardonable offence. -- FROM: US.
Mayor. balance of the offices. The vote was
-3 very That it will ,probably be safe for ladies, THE BEST PAINTS. THEH.

i;:Est # ? The Duke ef Sutherland's steamyacht, close, the result being as follows: children and other non-combatants,to walk WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE OR FOUR

L*fil .Sans Peur, was coaling up at the Broome For Mayor. the streets without having their ears or per- W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare FIR\IS'IN THE STATE THAT
BUY
last. The coal was
street dock on Tuesday Old Tw'n. Tot'l inebriated crowds.
kfZmjM City. sons assailed by vulgar or acknowledged to be of
Alabama. superior quality,
telegraphed for from Jamesl\IcGiffin..l90 24 214 That a suitable landing for small boats LORILLARD'S GOODS
John W. Howell..182 24 206
W The Board of County Commissioners destroyed : should be secured at the foot of Centre and will cover much more than cheaperand

i''i-4iw''S some $25,000 of cancelled county For Clerk. street immediately. DIRECT FROM TIlE MANUFACTURERS
at George E. Wolff........187 31 518 lighter brands. Sold only by
! This
week. scrip
: scrip ;at their meeting this \Vright..189 18 207 That if the- "wealth, of America and the

f |:Wi has been collected the past few years. For Marshal. nobility of Europe seek this harbor we certainly FRED W. HOYT & CO. .GETJR QUOTATIONS.

IM1: Lime for whitewashing $1.00 ber barrel, : .,Stephen Morris..192 23 215 ought to provide some facilities for

{ at lIO) t.& Co's. Samuel L. Dennett..173 26 199 their landing. FRED W. HOYT & CO.FRED .

fl I For Assessor. That neither Mr.: Vanderbilt. Gould, .
: Mrs. Slaughter will give an ice cream supper I
John Stays................195 24 219 noreven the Duke oS th rland.could climb
;, ;i +ait;! in .1IissVa"tson's school room, on the i
F. Lewis..173 24 197
t' George a wet spile in a' dignified manner; and yet I
;I evening of April 16th, the proceeds to be'iven
--r For Collector.
that is about the method they would haveto

1' as an Easter offering to St. Peter's Oliver S. Oakes..218 32 250 take to get ashore while the tide is low. W. HOYT & CO.FFFFF

Church.Mr. John A. Ellermann..121 13 134 others .
and think this matter
Collector of a J. Westberg Ind...... 26 3 29 Mrs. Grundy
0. S. Oakes, the new should be attended to immediately.That .

Taxes for the city, presented his bond to the For Treasurer. Seventh and Eighth streets, north of
Thomas 34 282C.
"'t new Council, which was accepted. His V. Hillyer Kydd..248..............129 15 144 Centre, should be opened and graded as a
?r sureties were his late opponent for the same For Aldermen. preparatory step towards filling in the marsh. U U RRRR NN N II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEE

position, together with two candidates for Charles H. Berg..254 34 288 That efforts should be made to deflect the F U UR R NN NIT T U U R RE
F U UR RNN NIl T U UR
Aldermen on the opposing ticket. Gilbert F. 25 228 and suita- RE
Avery..203 Millen Road to this point secure
S ? F U UR
ai Patrick Kelly_............188 25 213 RNN NII.T U UR RE
Alabartine at Fred W. Hoyt & Co's.It therefor! !
1"t' ble grounds FFFF
depot U U' RRRR
Willoughby Dorsey}'.....188 23 211 N N N II T U U RRRR EEEE
a1 a1r was currently reported on the streets Emil (). Friend..178 24 202 That it is reported somebody got leftlefton F U URRNNNIITU TJ R R E

M, ,. r before the election that if a certain. element Samuel Petty...............176 23 199 a pilot boat in the middle of the sound- F U UR R N NNII T U UR RE

'''IrR .x should be dominating in the new City Fred W. Hoyt........._...161 24 185 by a Duke, too. Blarsted shame! just put F U U R RN NNII T U U R RE
Theodore Starbuck..137 15 152 F UUU R R N
NN II T UUU R R EEEEE
t \
and left 'im
Council au effort was to be made to repeal 'im hoff there -sacre \
'.r'''" 't the ordinance regulating the fire limits in The vote was canvassed by the City Coun- That the printers! in Fernandina are

y p" Z this city. This is all bosh. From what we cil, meeting in special session on Tuesdaynoon striking. One of the craft struck a bargainthis

know of the gentlemen constituting the for that purpose, and the following week in the elegant corner lot on Sixth

new board this ordinance'will be rigidly enforced gentlemen declared elected : and Alachua streets}and -"daisy" cottage Ware-Room on Centre Street, West of Second.

r 4 .. Mayor-James McGiffin. may be looked for there sometime. 1
Clerk-George E. 'Volff.lIfarshalStephen for invest-
That other parties are looking
Common Council of Brunswick
' The Mayor and
4, : ;
Morris.
ments in the same ,vicinity.
t # Ga., and several invited friends, num-
( ; Assessor-John Stays.CollectorOliver That the management of the F. R. & N.
bering sixty-two accompanied by Capt. A.
S. Oakes. exhibited great interest in the city election,
A. Gaddis, General Superintendent of the
; Treasurer.Thomas Kydd. with the result.
'M Brunswick and Georgia Railroad arrived in and appear quite pleased
; Aldermen-Charles H. Berg, Gilbert F. That Vincent Treaeye surmounted the
Fernandina on Tuesday morning last by
Avery, Patrick Kelly and Willoughby Dor- encountered in attempting to builda
difficulty
+' steamer Thos. Collyer, and after a pleasant THE ATTENTIONOF
sey. wooden building, by calling in the services -
f% ; 3 ride to different parts of the city and the -

t Beach, dined in regal style at the Egmont, Alabastine at Fled W. Hoyt & Co's. of brick mason-Chase.

I E1 where Col. Haskins, the genial host, outdid MARINE. .. '- '.';7t-
himself in providing a superb dinner for The City Council. -
.i,
l' + 1I them. They all returned to Brunswick by The old Board of Aldermen met for the Port of Fernandina.HIGH .

/' : the same steamer in the afternoon, greatly} last time on Wednesday evening, all the WATER.
Saturday,April 10......-.., 0:00: A.-M. 0:22 p. M.
pleased with their visit here. Walker.members being present except Reuben Sunday Monday,, "'.' I2.l.V.&r.11..f.: ....'0:54 1:57 .'".. 1:21 2:25: .."" {m \\\\

J3 A fresh stock of Asbestos Paints, at Hoyt&Co's. I Tuesday 13.-.....,;.. 3:02 3:32: fl/1I/ H 0 USE K E E PER S1 ij\1111 I III. \ mlII
The Board finished up its old business ; Wednesday," 14........:.:. 4:07": 4:38: "
........... 5:44 "
I 15 5:10
and audited all accounts, whereupon it ad- Thursday, II
f4,. rr
From the notice published elsewhere it journed. Friday, 16............ :I0" 6:43 "

will be seen that the County Commissioners Mayor Pope then administered the oath of Steam-packet Thos.Collyer ENTERED.: ,Dilwood.from Bruns-
.34
y+ have changed the boundary lines of office to Mayor-elect McGiffin, amidst the wick, Georgiadaily.. -IS CALLED TO THE -
This Steam-packet St.Nicholas, Usina, from Savannah
election Districts Six, Eight and Ten.
cheers of the spectators. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
was done in order to make the polling place Mayor McGiffin then swore in the newly and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. & N.) :
Antonio. Wilder, from
''+! k: ', for Precinct No. 8 more easy of access to elected Aldermen, Messrs., G. F. Avery, P. Apr.Steamship New York San; freight and passengers to COMPLETE: : ASSORTMENT

*',y : the people. As the district was previously Kelly, Willoughby Dorsey and Chas. H. Apr. 7-Steamship R. W. Southwick State of Texas, agent.,Williams,from

.4 d+ constituted, people living in the near Berg, when the new Council was called to New York; freight and passengers, to
ey neighborhood of Hilliard Station were order. R. W. Southwick, agent.
5-Mary F. Morris, Smith, Port Royal S.C.;
OFFfl.ILYGROCERIES
obliged to to Callahan to vote, when they
., go Mr. Stark was made temporary President, ballast.
4 lp e st i: were only 500 yards distant from Hilliard and the Board then proceeded to organizeby Swedish das; ballast.bark Hilda, Jacobson, Bermu-

' ; C ,1*" Station. But in changing the boundary of re-electing Mr. G. F. Avery as Presidentof CLEARED.
3.
,+,,' jywhv this precinct, the three adjoining had also to the new Board. Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Bruns-

F;(!V3SS, ;*: *>' be changed. On the whole, the change is a One of the first, and a very important Steam-packet-wick,.Georgia Nicholas, daily., Usina, for Savannah

Ai .HS practical one'and the County Commissioners thing to be taken up by the new Council, Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
and by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.)
? tiL ''t will, receive the commendation- of the will be the revision and compilation of the Apr. Steamship.City.of passengers San Antonio, Wilder,

y ht .h t people for their action. Ordinances of the city, by competent legal for New'York; freight and passengers, J
i ; ,,r3*BH by R. W. Southwick, agent. .
authority, assisted by a committee the Apr. Steamship State of Texas, Williams;for
t x &fasonio.x Council. After the revision the Ordinancesare New York; freight and passengers, by
Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. & A. :M., meets R. W. Southwick agent.
l S to be printed in pamphlet form. Mr. 6-Schooner Redwing Johnson, New York; -_ BOTH
iiiiyi at the Lodge room, over Austin's store, on Robinson will introduce a resolution making lumber, by Mizell&Bro.
6-Schooner Belle O'Neill, Butler, Darien;
: Second and Broome streets, Monday evening the necessary appropriation.This ballast.

; r r't t next, at 7 o'clock, standard time. All is a step. The Ordi- 7-Schooner R S. Mulford, Hand, Philadel-
very necessary
phia; lumber, by J. C.Read.
i i brethren in good standing are requested to nances now upon the records are very defective VESSELS d PORT. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC

attend. and conflicting, and in many in- Swedish bark Hilda,Jacobson..
t, i> Schooner Mary F.'Morris, Smith.
? I stances partial. Besides few of
Alabastine at Fred W. Hoyt &:; Co't. very very Schooner Palatka. Chapels.
our people really know what the laws en- Schooner William H. Kenney, Lipincott.

Obituary. acted for our city government are,and hence Schooner Schooner Annie Anna R.E.Bishop IUckerson-, Rulan.Foss. -WHICH WE ARE OFFERING-

flagrant violations have occurred Schooner Stella M. Kenyon, Williams. .
many
I'' ;Ica Edward G. Brown, a contractor,who built
r and Raritan and which, it is claimed, would have been prevented
bridges
the Newark: Bay Balance of Fall and Winter Stock sellingoff

.-. y.;' :l other famous structures, died at Elizabeth, had the laws of the city been suffi- at still greater reduction.

:New Jersey,...Wednesday,aged seventy years. ciently understood. J. & T. KYDD. AT VERY LOW PRICES.

; :' Deceased was born in Maine, and was a Handsome Presents. .
'
t Shipments from This Port.
personal friend of Hon. James G. Blaine. Handsome presents given.away parties .
,
t the Elizabeth and During the past week the following shipments more.at I
1 He was President of Newark buying$10 or. -11' -
.were made from this port via the New -"" .: PAUL FUNKS .
Horse Railroad Company, an incorporator -

,; i f tor and director of the New Jersey State York steamship line: Winter Clothing. t .
and director of the Per steamship San Antonio, of the Mallory
Society, a
Agricultural at
Greatsacrifice in Winter Clothing
Line, for, New York, April 5-66,592 feet .
First National' Bank and the National Fire lumber, 274 cases cedar, 20 logs cedar, 91 PAUL FUNK f S.Dry WHITNERSCHUYLER

and Marine Insurance Company, and'a large cans shrimp, 76 bags sawdust. 17 barrels Goods. ,

land in Nassau county and Apalachicola rosin, and 95 packages merchandise.Per .
t f owner' steamship,State of'Texas,, of the Mal Remember the closing' out sale in Dry
? tea t State of Florida.Gents lory Line for New York, April 7-103,631 Goods, etc., at .

feet lumber; 159 cases cedar, 800" pounds PAUL FUXKE'S. NO. 47 CENTRE STREET.
FurnlsJilng Goods, fresh fish, 35 packages hides, 100 packages ,
!} T.j At great bargains, at vegetables, 32 cans shrimp, 7 refrigerators of Fresh; Vienna coffees-finest blend.
PAUL FUI\ E'S. berries, and 130 packages merchandise. WHITER & ScHUYLER.







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