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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 17, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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FERNANDINA.. :FLA.. .S '
17 '
RlAYiAPRIL, ; 1886.

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4'J. ...:;. .
.JLU.uI.Ud CIlA.UTA ''
-.QUA. and with --as tl'o" ,
steps light as zephyr's ,tread :The ,
through' -crowning- event of ,the'weeko'and
AN INTERESTING BEMINISCENSE OF THE TEACUERS' the sweet misty, clouds of golden 'light: and' close of the teachers'' congress took'place The City Council.
on
m'steriqus'marriage of Mrs.
day and
INSTITUTE. 'Friday about when -- Grundy Says
noon Governor :
night, dwelt in Perry'took'thestageandwith ,
gorgeous palaces: of air THE That
NEW BERLIN, Fla., :.A.prillO. "built., by the Genii in the' evening sky.", 'his *all the dignity of COMMITTEES-THE.ARTESIAN WELL TO BE:A straw hats are now ripe.

To the Editor of the Mirror: Beyond the power of ,words to express, but commanding'presence the teachers reviewed and addressed FIXED FACT-CANCELLING $3,000"OF 'That School Superintendent d. J. Russell

I as when the 'soul stands still, in solemn assembled in congress. THE CITY'S' PAPER. believes the new era in
enclose! a notice. handed me on the day : The Chantauqna salute : this city commences
adoration was
was the dissolving views givenwHh en ,The Board of with the
of the Aldermen erection
of thusiastic met at the of the
departure from applause and cheers City school
my DeFuniak Springs, soul's voyage through life into death of "the Gov- :Council \ building.

by request of Colonel W. D., Chipley, Vic "Rock of Ages," illustrated and :accom-, and reverberation ernor I the Governor" 1 ". rang with deafening.: .with. room on 'Vednesday"eW1 ing lay: t' That the' county had better be selecting a

President panied by that beautiful throughout.the 'crowded President Avery in the chair and site for the new eai n.douse
of the Florida Chautauqua, ex- entire hymn, sung by the amphitheatre., ; the and get that
audience following under
with solemnity; deeply im- As aldermen present : Stark. way.
all Robin
officio a member of all the committees and good and'great women have -
pressive, as rendered on Thursday night. ''A like ever,' son'Dorsey' Wilkerson Walker That "J. M. A." i
Cleopatra
originator and general manager of the whole violent storm was raging without which reverenced. men of genius Kelly and the Fernandina corres-
.through 'Berg.
grand scheme for prevented their intellect, which :is',God's pondent.of the Jacksonville Aeuv
publication in the Florida furtherspeaking. likeness : has finally
The,
Mirror/ Earth was dark, and heaven's tread enthusiastic stamped, upon humanity, and all, rules of the previous 'Board were located',the Millen'road bridge the
over
Broke in thunder overhead natures.,* are- more, or .less, ,hero-' .adopted for the, Mary's ri St.
worshippers so' -' government of,the \'cr-at Woodbine
Save by myself, an' exile from home, the Like ocean when the winds are high, ; 'President neoy one ;

bugle-call that summons us'tb duty from all And like the lightning in the sky. The. ladies of our little band,'with grateful ; :Avery then .announced, the fo 1 1- That there isn't the 'least doubt but. that
pride
,i lowing J. M. "
reviewed standing A.
parts of the State was unheeded by the There are not in the realms above or below The hero of the man, 'f committees is right and that it will cross
visions our native land, who, for On Finance 'on where the
our
weal Laws
more gloriously I divine ; and Ordinances "woodbine
than -
teachers of Fernandina there those now took the stand ; on twinethanywbere
being *
no
,rep- angelic forms. Fair 8.5'the bow And fearlessly the Rules ; on Printing between StIaro's:
which gauntlet ; oiiTaxes
resentative from that city, the spans ran,,doing'.battle for and Licenses:: and King's Ferry.=
present. Therefore sky, radiant and faultless each graceful our rights. 'Q. Stark Chairman That
the
Aldermen need of
my selection as the medium of communication limb swarthed in the robes of light and Like one born to Pnhinen,1s Berg and> reproof for levity during::
command, our colossal service is not
for laying before the the pearly mists' of the cloudlet's snowy rai- tower of strenlth.,. 'from t.hp ., : likely to occur again soon in
public demanent I'.na i
.... & :II On
----- --- Streets the
_!_u ., .. mantoIt Tallahassee .l'HUA. UIU and Drains on Public Presbyterian church.
01 we now rose to do ; Improvements -
IOl11llJers
1)Ign In battle '
for
establiShing is said that our '
a'peJ-: "souls truly rights on That it is
greardart'up as fearlessly and ; Lamps and noted with
teachers' institute ward the enthusiastically Lighting i surprise that
at the annual as- on wings of as the
a just ambition when Streets
to with his
a L Walton Jacksonville
on
; City
sembly of the Florida Chautauqua, held at grand result.. met and county troops, he Property; on Scavenger community did not evince
any
repelled the Work
Then in advancing foe in our : P. Kelly, Chairman eagerness, to retain
DeFuniak great all the possibilities of brave Aldermen so great an
Springs, in Walton struggle for Southern attraction
Fla. as
county, thought and power are the souls rights and inde- Stark and Robinson. those Apache
of the pendence. Indians
as per enclosed communication. originators of this With thoughts deep, high impassioned would have been in
On
grand scheme Fire that
put into Department city
leaping from
the ; on Police ;
Introduced execution gushing, dashing : Charles
by our State Superintendent as without'a flaw in wharp or fill fountain of his H. Berg, Chairman That
great, this lack
ing. strong soul, he Aldermen Walker of
from Fernandina and enterprise is all the
at present portrayed the more
New
holding "supremacy
of
The merit, the McDonald.
shuttle thrown surprising in
in
Berlin, one of the this new loom has sole means and broad highway consideration of the fact that
strongest of to
outposts the
woven a beautiful fabric of power On Poor Jacksonville
adornment meritoriously administered.:"' ; on Cemetery ; on Wharves and has heretofore been
city of Jacksonville Holding aloft the
my mantle was cast i our Psascud Florida, and as Floridian's we the keynote which unlocked Slips : R. E., Robinson of "scalpers ., paradise -
the Chairman
back the are justly proud of deepest and Aldermen ;
upon Island Cityear Fernan- the'pillars that hold] and vault of inaction and
,, That
Berg and since
dina, and, though far guide our ship of State into safe anchorage. barely sufficient to meagre recompense Dorsey> the Florida transportation com-
so the meet the:
,
away name 'inadequacy of The
May all the efforts of her following bills panies have
children
breathed like this ways and means' for a decent were ordered paid : commenced a war upon the fraternity
through my soul. .a melody as sweet noble aspiration, be crowned with the suc be'struck each tone maintenance, Grandison Dorsey special ,the Florida -
as that of old ocean's wind cess which will reflect strong and true: and police.$2. 25 metropolis probably feels
harps her them with firm Stephen Morris
the
upon hand
among ,
glor. and brave.heart police, April 1st to a little above
fairly
trees, and with emulative pride in her progress of. the the conqueror.We the cobwebs from our livfesond changed swept the April 7th...................................... 5.83 That St. encouraging the "Lo"rvariety;

and advancement, I could 'not dissemble recipients, of lady their teachers, have been grateful 1 whole complexion of things around us: Joe Anderson, hauling....................... 2.00 Augustine will be the "happy
favors and generous hos The golden 'words ,E. W Nix, stationery....... hunting ground" for the
the part of a deserter but acknowl- pitality, and have learned that fell'from inspired. ................ 2.15 dime novel reader
by their example lips beamed forth in refulgence to" Francis Kelly, grading Alachua street and would-be heroes

edged myself one of her most faithful rep- rush"That into it is better to die". in trying than to the souls of, the weary.jtfred teachers cheer, whose on from Seventh to Ninth......?...... ....290.00, as long as the Indian among our youngsters,

resentatives, driven, as alas I of her nothingness, "That no place l lives are often a dreary thankless H., E. Dotterer, supplies street lighting I captives remain there.
many drudge

truest and best citizens have been, beyondour shall is the be best bought of all without labor, and that life desert.barren of appreciation' I"" :Saharas. sandy, as Fred department W. Hoyt.....&.....Co......,..supplies.'.............for.... 7.25 Circuit Court.


lines into Duval, and for three years, by Which shall.without fear or favor be fashioned by In our 1--. rUI._! ed nftt.hw.. ""_ h.,., _M_": ':' street li..htin u.n(! den--r-.v,.tn'.n."'uu+ ".,,11\.1.n.J :....: The spring term of the Circuit
oIUIJI-
stern,. necessity- and law bound down, held ou_duty's lue'L..n.weiuuuie call' well__ done. shall- wait green laurel, under- "'0--whose r-- boughs'' J u," ICa.ItU i tary committee .............................. 17.68 Hon. J. M. Baker, Judge of the Fourth Court, the
4 us the Judicial
ai> The bill -
captive uy the net-work of circumstances night falL" "Though wearied of ex-Mayor Pope
and maimed, we'll fight was referred to Circuit,
the presiding, will
beyond remedy or control. As the editorof With that ready sympathy which under- And good fight, the Finance Committee. Lyceum Hall convene .at

the Mirror that reflects her greatness, see stands the all feelings by its own," in behalf of press onward, right onward, unflinching we'll i The bill of the night scavenger work, $76, have, on Tuesday been next. The following7 -
teachers
to it that Fernandina takes a proud there assembled, we would ac- Rising wiser and stronger till, all barriers be for the month ending April 10th summoned:
cord
position to all, but more especially to Colonel passed, was ordered GBANP.

in the galaxy of cities there represented and W. D. Chipley and C.,C. Banfill, thanks' for And science.the victory reached which crowns the hill of paid upon satisfactory proof to the P. J. Higginbotham, Henry Geiger

that she be not as a star to fade or a dreamto the hospitable entertainment and comfort 'Tis committee that the work had been completed J. B. Gwynn, John H. Jones,
not the
die in the astral glory of our educational and provided for us. With thoughts all fixed That give boundless refreshment waters to thirsty ocean flowers holds, according to contract. Nathan Foreacre. Jr., Wm. C. Davis,,

horizon.So feelings purely kind, they .rayed But just the Aaron Foreacre, R. M.
heaven with drops that rising to the skies, Upon motion of Alderman Stark George,
firmness the R.
their whole From thence G. Haddock
souls descend A
to In ,J. Green
softly
,
much has been written and bend to this falling showers. proposition Francis John ,
circulated great 'purpose. They were Of all Kelly to fill in the Haddock, James Haddock

descriptive of DeFuniak and the Florida given strength to complete and with delight planted,the or ,mighty trees on earth that row, low grounds the west .side'of the.new, P.'I. Courter, S. Carrio, .

Chautauqua and yet "not half renew the unparalelled success of their ef- beautiful abounding the grounds of road, on Alachua street from A. Glaiber, 'J. L. Harris '
,
has the ,
ever forts. We know whom to,thank and we DeFuniak none ;will ever send culvert to H.'B.Jones '
been II'C1 e'quaint'' Indian "' forth their lofty heads Seventh street, to lie ., Allen Copp. ;
give
the
name, a praise where all is due; to the origi' mole heavenward, depth of'two feet ,for .

place and an institution". comprising instruction nators and managers of the Florida Chau= sweeter beautiful or more lasting fragrance than the ilmsutii: o _$25-was accepted: 'r" ,- .- 'PETIT.. .. .. .

for tauqua. Volusia has its DeLand Asiatic 'Nepenthis,the ,flower of The Street Young Davis, AJ'Higginbotbam. "
the :
mind, food for Orange its Committee was also
life
thought and Paul
and
anthoriz C.
elevation Sanford, Duval its Astor and DeFuniak hope planted in the hearts of those ; : Kaddock, C. J. Davis, .'
" for the soul as its prominent object Chipley, and its assembled in the Teachers' Congress by our to have some necessary leveling done on the Wm Davis, Jeff. D. Haddock,

Speeding ., ......, ___ illustrious /Is,rTAMn AM. ,As_ 4 s-a._ .. Jt li... east side of thp enlvertnn Newton Carleton
,over,the sun-crowned hills The wp.A.1thv'ht'h.. .. +h.,, -: -' L -- n --00." .A.B.*. .," *v..*... thpfianiArnn/l, tn :Aleck Brinson,
--- ----- '" "" .
or _'fit1.lI.. ......=1 'tU'r.,, .,__! .. right sublime, "'A4 .u." "k' U I'.r.uses 13 .nIS Dy a teotis blossom watered by the secure --- Jas. E. Davis, Graham Kruse
-- 'A"' '" "'U\.I H t;:) .L'lonaa, ana heavenly proper drainage. ,
; through The right that human, endeavor dews of feeling expounds and Cl has. E. Haddock, G. R. Adams .'
their can wrest from its The
grows Street ,
valleys deep and dark with the ever- the wings of time." sweet and limpid waters will overflow the Committee was then requested R. G. Crews, S. N. Green,

green shades of her forest the cold lids and inundate to, draw up specifications and John Hunt, .
songs of the Like children we were led and followed the frozen depths of advertise for J. H. Buford, -,

monotonous pines and the rumbling of the willingly in the train of our Cicerone; 'Hon. the'wand stagnant of pool, touched by' the magic oids for boring an artesian well. Wm. Hunt. ::

rushing cars A. J. Russell, State Superintendent executive kindness, sending forth The Committee
groaning under its weight, and it new fountains on Lighting Streets, Public "
was remarkable that to water and refresh the Steel Rails
in' in
blended the Port.
with the voices of the tired multi- whole week's tired, hungry souls of both and Improvements, etc., were authorized to I
instructor
programme only pupil There
tude, who had traveled one clashing, discordant throughout the advertise for bids for are now in port 3,000 tons of steel
over three hundred note was detected, and that was length and breadth lighting the streets ; for rails for

miles since the sun, the father of time and suppressed by a few pointed remarks speedily from of this buried beautons Land of Flowers, till All the day and night scavenger service, and for the Florida Railway & Navigation

the our great passificator. With our hopes shall rise transfigured into Company, as follows( :
keeping the
bridegroom of earth, commenced his thoughts which destinies." Governor plank walk and the road to Old!
daily lept into existence, beautiful in expression Perry's speech,called Town in Brig Louis L. Squires, just finished discharging
career, rejoicing in his fields of and into play all the energies of repair. -
light, power, hesoon held all wills subserviant our natures to : 400 tons
we at last neared DeFuniak, the Mecca of. to his superior judgment. On one occasion resist the adverse winds of destiny, and may The Finance Committee was requested to; Schooner at the steamship dock.

all our thoughts, if only for rest, sweet rest. when it was 'announced that some of the, than sweeter voices faith fall l with, 'higher meaning prepare their estimates of the appropriacl Jonathan May, 525 tons, dis-
The lady teachers would 'leave our (can give to convey to him our arging at steamship dock.
shadows before the tions salaries
of of
officers
twilight ex- united -
thanks etc. for
were the the fiscal
grey on and
pected visit of the blessings.! Schooner
hills and dark where the low valleys lie, dress us, with fiery Governor impetuosity, invited he to ad- Every moment of'time-was crowded .n into, year and to report at the earliest practicable : Samuel McMannery, 375 tons,
rose to the discharging at
when DeFuniak, like a shadow, a painting the dignity of his statue, a dark cloud, like programme 'of that day,of proud triumphant moment. steamship dock.

from the world the passing shadow of a raven's' success for the Florida Chautau- The Treasurer Brig Mary Kimball 575 tons, will ,take
upper presented his
blazing wing over
in light, hid sunny landscape, a qua, and the officers so aptly chosen for yearly report, berth at the steamship dock. '
away in the high : momentarily flickered their fitness which was referred to the '
rolling uplands which over his mobile features from to complete the ends which Finance Comm] tSchooner

crowns its summit, bursts tViA lightning flocKaof which,. pealed. n ir fqresighted .*.nn..e. n vi sJ_ 'vrSwfriis....._..* n.pi.. tee. Effie J. Simmons, 300 tOIlS, discharging -
."M_.] __!.. upon the enrap- his. k.-._*)_n'. -ao.- 'l..u.l.6;.... -unu VISIOn, truly down ins command not to leave, binding as ted.Music the Alderman Robinson then called up his ,

A fairy an imperial ukase, the shadow' 'vanished most delightful rational enter- resolution in reference Schooner Annie Ainslie, discharging at
scene in tainment to
beauty's deathless mission from borrowed from revising and
his perturbed spirit,and Richard as the courts of Broome street dock.
"Like some weary traveler from o'er the desert himself again." was heaven's immortal throng, was appropriately printing, the city's ordinances, and, after Schooner
strand, selected to close Ridgeway, 400 tons, lying in the
On All honor and thanks for the instructions ment. But the week s entertain- amending it so that the entire cost shall, at stream.
a
foam white-winged, sea bird from o'er the '' received and and cultured courtesy gentlemen dispensed by the refined of Roger's Goshen scarcely Band had ceased the'reverberations its lingering the outside, not exceed $'OO, the resolutionwas

We gathered North find West from the .cadence when the cry of Chipley I passed. Quarantine Station.
and
many sea shells from life's deep from the Old Dominion ley !1" Chip-
surging sea," whom it was our privilege to meet on again'the was shouted from every tongue, and The Board then cancelled and destroyed, The Board of Health have obtained from

and bared our aching brains to catch the freshing terms of to social the dull equality routine vivifying of and re' Chipley made Chautauqua his way through salute given the crowd as Col.to $424.29 in open of session, $2,401.89 of city scrip and M!i. Samuel A. Swann the use of Tiger

breezes our monotonous the platform. The fire scrip. Island for a hospital station.
from the lake, freighted# with the lives. They put forth their most gallant Colonel, who was Mr. McGifSn

soul of melody from Roger's Goshen Band terly. efforts, in our cause, and we would mas- in the ticket office inspecting with all the de- Mayor McGiffin, who had been present is now at work constructing the hospital
light of the
dispensing sweet music from ascribe to them our truest thanks, and as we sented him sportsman a string of birds pre- daring the deliberations of the Board, upon buildings on the island, which are to be
a fairy craft in was taken
gathered from the harvest by surprise,' but
honor of our welcome. minds sheaves of wisdom of their immortal hastened to fill the demand upon him and, invitation, briefly stated the needs of the completed within four weeks. Quarantinewill

Though our' awakened with fancy quick to weave from the Police Department. ] probably go 'into effect the
tired and worn out with the spirits will rise from our daily cares to the lexicon on first of

journey, we started that long mighty Father of thought and thank Him of language beautiful trains of, thought, he The meetings of the Board were fixed next. May The Board is going to make

fessor Warren Clark on his night illustrated with pro that He hath given us souls to feel and understand gave sweet us tones an impromptu was caught speech. with whose clear, I upon the first and third Wednesdays of some important changes in the regulations,
and
tour hearts reverberating
through to read the glories of echoes and a month of which we shall have
held in
India and His works the minds and hearts probably something
the tropics of three as we realize that the mind is of .
those
thousand the standard whom he had so to say! next week. '*
of
the magnanimously
miles. Onward man, the ineffable Change of the
and re- served Channel.For .
upward in the ,
of this
,flection providing
of the feast
from great Shekinah great of
the base to the heights of the Hirna- who,hath declared reason and flow of soul. Glorious some, time the pilots have
laj'as that man was created in the likeness it is to reportedthat Taking Their Departure.
and the tops of the of his wear the crown of a deserved and owing to the jetties the '
great pyramids, own image. All hail to the Florida pure suc- channel' over The Boston Photo Company are about
cess and
monuments of ancient grandeur, through Chautauqua and its combining influences of of the this genial and, smiling happy countenance the bar has been shifting in 'a southerly direction i- closing! their business in Fernandina, and

the dismal ruins of centuries, the glory and instruction and recreation and amusement live in the great of good the man will long to such an extent that the taking their departure for the cool mouna -,
memory humblest range
so fitly
portrayed by Will tai
the Carleton's recip regions of North Carolina.
I grace of classic temples and Gothic c readings, or, better said, recitations original, which ient of his bounty, for which we would. lights were almost useless. The Government with] them with regret, and wish We part

I spires, vote him a triDDle. crnwnf, .. ._t1..14C1a...... ft..M.... has buoyed they could
were randlv entert.ninincY. __ out
.. !1nt1. h;-' I. .3 -- "Ita u a new channel and see their clear to establish
I .... ,. u -- ------ .u. '6UI.)' uca- immortality. Our way a permanent
unenngs matical. He veered off from the only'regret was that he this week issued gallery here. No artists
of sublime the who have hereto-
beauty, should have following notice to
mystic, multiform discovered
I to the ridiculous with and reclaimed ,
Each such the 'fore visited
sudden
: Fernandina
varied aspiration turned to stone that flights, lost art of brevity in the veni, vidi vici mariners : "The rear light of 'the North have given such
As If to style uniform: satisfaction
: spoke, though say in which he Range either in views or por-
ended will
silent.
the be .
Now day's discontinued'
let
me rest my golden wings and have programme. until further traitu The officers and
a bit All the crew of the rev-
On of teachers
fancy's aerial wings my spirit seemed play, to the were invited to adjourn .notice. Vessels destined for Fernandina enueshould cutter Boutwell patronized them

to have left its tabernacle of flesh and a of play resembling the tempest and sunshine hotel to spacious the Governor's parlors of the Chautauqua stand in with Amelia, Island Main- largely, and pronounce their views of very the
an April for reception, and that Boutwell,
floated day, while the best
the ever taken of the
up, lip was we might all become Light bearing S. W. i S. steamer.
Palace up through the Ivan gardens and wreathed in smiles, and the echoes of reverberating each' better acquainted with : until they pick up They are now preparing a really artistically
other.
walls so beautifully illustrated before laughter" rang through the au- 'pjete"the There was nothing left to com- the bell buoy ; then run in on a ,V. I r S. gotten; up cabinet photograph of the officers

me into the clouds dience. 'enjoyment of the week's festivi- course, passing No. 2 arranged around the
buoy
of curling light which ties. Even little on starboard photograph of thesteamer.
a by-- lay, "Hold
encircled the snow-clad mountains Like the mellow light the noontide flings, my gold ring till I to on to hand,and,when up with No. 4 take the In the centre appears the steamer,
and From go London up
few ; a off the eagle's soaring wings," bridge and and beneath is the following inscription
hours later, as I closed come back again," gotten : : North Range beacons and run in h :
my weary eyes he would suddenly up, we presume,' as r to'u.. J s. REVENUE STEAMER "
"BOUTWELL.
On a sumptuous swoop down, gather the by the humorous Mr.-Ban fill,,in which the fore."
bed of ease the scintillations of the FEBNANDINA. FLoRIDA, /
guest of joyous Governor 1
) spirit from was made the c
frs. Chipley feature every leading participant, The April 10th, 1886.:
,
beclouding all that.seemed so fair was humorously entertaining; The Mallory 'steamship San Antonio. ar-

Tired nature's with the sympathetic tear of his mesmeric fireworks and other display''of rived off the 'bar during Tuesday The officers are arranged on either side, ,
sweet illuminations night
Winding restorer, balmly sleep, influences, grand in the was ; facing: the steamer,and the autograph of eachappears
Ere me up for the succeeding dawn; Till all his bright visions times extreme. The currency of the, Captain Wilder, who was :not aware of the on 'their respective photographs.
With tumble was a
morn." her dewy wand she awoke' the rising Like the clouds, by.a hurricane, whirled and fly through ness and affability generous and distribution there of kind-, above order, it having ,been issued since he The I officers have given large orders for cop

the sky, what added golden', were few but started on the voyage, of course missed the ies,.and as the artists have the privilege of

I felt Pr links to their chains of rear light and hence could 19 them, we predict sale
as if my soul had friendsnip which will not get his bears a large in the
another found wings in Like snow In an avalanche abuse. Indeed not rust by time and ,ing. Consequently he hove to until t city. They ,will be ready:Monday afternoon.
sphere and floated, poured down the we adjourned and returned
through the steep, well pleased .next tide. ben _
liquid with
realms that illumed Where the sun, hotly throbbing value received, written''Upon Theyacbt Sans Peur, which ''.drew Gents
the tropic skies, his sleep. springs. up from, all our commissions. fifte Furnishing Goods,
: feet, was piloted out all right early'Wednes- great bargains at
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THE END OF THE WORLD. -, out he opened his mouth .and .roared, and I I I kloof."If ever a man was mad I was that man I Dad bag for one:gun before dinner, and I was and hired him for $2 to deliver a lecture on-

am not exaggerating when ,I say that the It was too bad; and such a shot in the open, fain to be content Accordingly I departedback I I the dangers and safeguards of sneakthieving.

4r sound .shook, the wagon. Instantly there too! However I was not going to be beaten again, making my way round the isolated .
,
t On a far height in Dreamland wands 1ng'r came. back an answering roar., so I just turned and ,marched to the kloof. pillar of boulders, and beginning to feel His first discourse was on the penalties for

t My eyes sought out the Earth and followed 'Heavens!' 'I thought, 'there is his mate.' Tom, the'driver begged and implored '''nn that I was pretty well" done up with excite different grades of robbery, and especially he

a .i r, it "Hardly was the thought out of ? In its slow circuit of the anchored sun; I had skinned those three lions.When I had 'for little' boodle. "Don't break into
when I caught sight in the moonlight of the never pretended to be, brave (which,I am any
And, as I gazed the great sphere wonder- got, as nearly as I could judge about eighteen house he said "unless feel
lioness bounding along through the long not), I was determined that I would either you sure you can

j 7 ously'Trembled grass, and after her a couple of cubs about kill those lions;'or they should kill me. So I yards past the pillar or mass of boulders,'I I capture a heavy swag, because that is burg

and shrank-and smaller grew until the size of mastiffs. She ,stopped within a; told Tom that he need not come unless he turned to have another look round. I have a lary, punishable with as much as twenty

Its mighty bulk was lessened to a few feet of my head,, and stood and waved'her liked, but I was going, ; and;, being a plucky pretty sharp eye, but I could see nothingat years' imprisonment. Don't use force against
spaa.
tail and fixed me with her glowing all persons, because that constitutes highway
yellow
Swazi birth-he
fellow a by shrugged his
,,, 'fit :i 'ThenWas stretched the vast, empurpled and the solitude white ,hand eyes; but 'just as I thought that it'was shoulders, muttered that I was mad or be- "Then, on a sudden, I saw something sufficiently robbery, with the same penalty, no matter if

an arm all over, she turned, and began to feed on' witched and followed doggedly in my tracks. alarming. On the top of the mass of you only take a dime. But ,sneak into hall-

; r ; thereon- Kaptein and so did the cups. There were the "We soon got to the kloof, which was about boulders, opposite to me, standing out clear ways, load yourselves with coats from the
aside the film of stare-
;Y [Brushing floating four of them within eight feet of me, growl- 300 yards in length and but sparsely wooded against the rock beyond, was the huge black- rack and scoot away, because a year in the
h ?1wj Closed the world and drew it down and ; ,
F, down-on ing and quarreling, rending and tearing and and then.the rreal fun began. There might maned lion. He had been crouching there penitentiary is the most you can get for stealing -

crunching poor Kaptein's bones; and there I'': be a lion behind every brush-there certainly I and now arose as though by magic. There he less than $25 worth, and a jury will

Into the dark, abysmal infinite-C.L.R! lay, shaking with, terror, and the cold, per-' I were four lions somewhere; the delicate stood lashing his tail just like a statue of the usually scale a coat down to that figure."

I spiration 'pouring out of .me', feeling like question 'was, whePeeped. : and poked animal on the gateway of Northumberlandhouse The enterprising thieves were so well pleased

another Daniel come to judgment in a new and looked in possible direction with that I had seen a picture of. But he with this lecture that they'applied to a more
c every '
vr tt''t ry5'ry ,.r( AGAINST LONG ODDS. sense of the phrase. Presently the'cubs'' had my heart in. my mouth, and was at last rewarded did not stand long. Before I could fire-before conscientious expert for another, and he in-

eaten their fill, and began to get restless. One, by catching a glimpse of something I could do more than get the gun to my formed the police.-"Uncle Bill's" New York

went round to the back of .the and shoulder-he sprang straight up and out from Letter.
wagon yellow moving behind a bush. At the
"It I think in the:March of '69 that I same
was, I the rock and driven the
> pulled at the Impala buck that hung there, moment from another bush by impetus of that
tf was up in Silkukuni's country. It was just opposite me out To Marry the Chief of a Clan.
bound
and the other came round my way and began one mighty came hurling through the
burst one of the cubs and back
after old Sequati's time,and Sikukuni had got galloped air-toward me. Some days ago the departure of Prince
the sniffing game at my leg. Indeed, he
toward the burnt-out I
dp :. ., into power-I forgot how. Anyway, I was did more than that, for, my trouser being pan. whipped round "Heavens! how grand he looked, and how Nicholas, of Montenegro, from Paris for St.
and let drive a shot that him
tipped
''
: there. I had heard that the Bapedi people snap awful! High into,the'air he flew Petersburg, was aanoiuioed. It is now re
hitched up a little, he began to lick the bare head over heels breaking his back within two describinga
had got down an enormous quantity ivory arch. Just he touched the ported that the czarewitch has become engaged
great as -
The highest
skin with his rough tongue. more he
inches of the root of the tail and there he
't;' i s fir; from the interior, and so I started with a licked the more he liked it, to judge from his helpless but glaring. Tom, afterward killed lay point of his spring I fifed. I did not dare to to the prince's second daughter, who is

wagon-load of goods and came straight away increased vigor and the loud purring noise he wait, for I saw that he would clear the whole 13 years of age, and who.is at school in St.
I
him with his assegai. opened the breech of
from to and trade of it.
Middleburg try some and land Without Petersburg. Surprise is naturally expressedat
made. Then I knew that the end had come, space right upon me. a
the and hurriedly pulled out the old
P ,, + r 4 It was a risky thing to go into the country so : gun case, sight almost without aim I' fired a potentate so great as the czar seeking a
+ for in another second his file-like tongue ,, as one
t which to judge from what ensued must I
account of the fever but I knew that ,
m fri early on would have rasped through the skin of 'my would fire a snap shot at a snipe. The bullet matrimonial alliance between his family and
have burst and left of its
there was one or two others after that lot suppose, a portion told, for I distinctly heard its thud above the that of the chief of a clan in the Black mountains -
_ leg-which was luckily pretty toughandhave
fabric to the barreL At
sticking rate
fftfAw c of ivory, so I determined to have try for itI' got to the blood, and then there wouldbe when I tried to get in a new case any it would, rushing sound caused by the passage of the for Prince Nikita is nothing more. But

and take my chance of fever. I had got so no chance for me. So I just lay there and only enter half and-would believeit lion through the air. Next second I was such a marriage would be ia conformity with

'e; w tough from continual knocking about that I thought of my sins, and prayed to the Al- ? this was the way moment; that the you lioness at- swept to the ground ((luckily I fell into a low the traditions of the imperial house of Russia.
r did not set it down at much. Well I ,
{ got on bush which broke the shock Personal qualities have had greater weight
and that after all life creeper-clad )
('j mighty, thought was a tracted no doubt by the outcry of her cub ,
+ J Jill right for a while. It is a wonderfully enjoyable thing. and the lion, was on top of me, and the next than rank in the choice of brides by the czars,
very chose to in There she
y put an
beautiful piece of bush veldt, with great ". .nd then all of a sudden I heard a crash- stood appearance.from those great white teeth of his had met in my either for themselves or their heirs. With
twenty or so me
ranges of mountains running through it, and paces lashingher heard them the exception of the Princess Charlotte of
ing Of bushes and the shouting and whistlingof tail and looking just as wicked as it is thigh-I grate against the bone.I .
,7 v round granite kopples starting up here andthere men, and there were the two boys coming possible to conceive. Slowly I stepped back- yelled out in agony, for I did not feel in the Prussia, wife of Nicholas, no czarina has ever

-I looking out like sentinels over the rolling back with the cattle which they had found least benumbed and happy, like Dr. Living- belonged to a great reigning family, and
ward
trying to push in the new case and as
waste of bush. But it is hot-hot ,
very czarinas rose from the humblest condi-
stone-whom by the I knew well some
trekking along all together. ,The lions lifted I did so she moved on in little runs, dropping way, very -
as a stew-pan. and for dead. But tion. Catharine I was the last who did.-
their heads and listened, and then without a down after each run. The danger was gave myself up suddenly,as ,
{ "One day I had trekked from dawn till 11
I did the Brooklyn Eagle.SenatorsTVho.
round bounded ofT-and I fainted. so, lion's grip on my thigh loosened,
: t. :. o'clock-a long trek-but I wanted get on, imminent, and the case would not go in. At and he stood over me swaying to and fro his

;y+, and then had the oxen turned out to graze, "The lions came Oack BO more that night, the moment I oddly enough thought of the car huge mouth from which the blood Are Socially Popular.Of .
I. was gush-
;d sending the voorlooper to look after them, and by the next morning my nerves had got tridge-maker, whose name I will not mention, wide Then he roared the senators perhaps the most popular in
ing and the
Pt pretty straight again but I was full of wrath and earnestly hoped that if the lion got open. Wade
w meaning to inspan again about 6 o'clock, and ; sound shook the rocks. society is Hampton, of South Caro
trek them when I thought of all I had throughat me some condign punishment would overtake southern
with the moon till 10. Then I got gone "'To and fro he and lina. He is the typical gentleman-
into the wagon and had a good sleep till half- the hands, or rather noses, of those four him. It would not go in, so I tried to pull it head swung, suddenly the handsome, deferential and chivalrous. His

past 2 or so in the afternoon, when I got ups lions, and of the fate ,of my after-ox Kap- out. It would not come out either, and my great breath from dropped on and me,he knocking all the i manner towardwomen is the quintessence of

and cooked some meat and'had my dinner, tein. He was a splendid ox, and I was very' gun was useless if I could not shut it to use bullet had entered my body in the, center was of dead.his chest&D.d My I chivalry. He bows to any one of them, no

!c' washing it down with a pannikin of black fond of him. So wroth was I that like a fool I the other barreL I might as well have had out the side matter what her rank, with all the profound
passed on right of the
determined to for the whole of them.It no Meanwhile I was walking backward spine
coffee-for it was difficult to get preserved go family gun. about half-way down the back. deference.with which a monarchical subject
'W? milk in those days. Just as I had finished, was worthy of a greenhorn out on his first keeping: my eye on the lioness, who was "The of wound lowers his head before the throne. In fact,

and the driver, a man called Tom, was washing hunting trip; but I did it nevertheless. Accordingly creeping forward on her belly without a and pain my I kept me from fainting Senator Hampton is one of those men who
RtyrJ as soon as got my breath I man-
up the things, in comes the young ,after breakfasthaviug rubbed some sound, but lashing her tail and keeping her to from honor women simply because they are women,
aged drag myself under him. Thank
t, :4r: scoundrel of a voorlooper driving one ox oil upon my leg, which was very sore from eye on me; and in it I saw that she was 'com- heavens his teeth and would fight and die for them for the same
had
< not
f : .before him. the cub's tongue, I took the driver Tom, who ing in a few seconds more. I dashed my great crushed my reason. This, at least, is his reputation among
but I
''i' V//:/ "'Where are the other oxenf I asked. did not half like the job, and having armed wrist and the palm of my' hand against the blood thigh-bone and;had it not was been losing a great deal of those who know him well Washington Let;
for the
"'Koos!' he said, 'Zoos! (chief) the other myself with an ordinary double No. 12 smooth- brass rim of the cartridge till the blood i. of, Tom with whose aid I timely arrival ter.
got the hand-
oxen have I turned back for bore, the first breech-loader I ever had, I poured from them-look, there are the scars
gone away. my .
kerchief off wrist and tied
N3 a minute, and when I turned round again started. I took the smoothbore because it of it to-day!I" my it round my The Cincinnati Taste for Water.

they were all gone except Kaptein here, who shot a bullet very well, and my experiencehad "But it was not of the slightest use! The :: leg should, twisting have bled it tight to death.with a stick, I think I The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette lauds

; fe was rubbing his back against a tree.' been that a round bullet from a smooth- cartridge would not move. I only hope thatno the orange-tinted fluid with which that cityis

R fit ( "'You mean that you have been asleep, bore is quite as effective against a lion as an other man will ever be put in such an aw- "Well, it was a just reward for my folly in supplied as follows: "The Ohio river becomes

E f ,r and let them stray; you villain. I will rub express bullet. The lion is soft and not a difficult ful position. The lioness gathered herself to- trying handed.to The tackle odds a family of lions single- a little turbid at times, but there is no

H r : your back against a stick,' I answered,feeling anima to finish if you hit him anywherein gether, and I gave myself up for lost, when been were too long. I have better tasting, refreshing, wholesome drinking
lame since and
shall
very angry, for it was not a pleasant prospect the body. A buck takes far more killing. suddenly Tom shouted out from somewherein ever be to my dying water in America. It is superior to lake
day in the'month of March the wound I
al-
to be stuck up in that fever trap for a'week "Well, I started, and the first thing I set InY rear: ; water, well or spring water, or even aeratedor
or so while.we were. hunting for the oxen. to work to do was to try to make out whereabouts 'You are walking on to the wounded cub; ways troubles me a great deal, and every iced spring water. As a steady drink it is
If > the brutes the About turn to the right.* three years it breaks 'out raw. I need If it not abundant and
'Off you go, and you, too, Tom, and mind lay up for day. unsurpassed. were so
you don't come back till you, have found 300 yards from the wagon was the crest of a "I had the sense, dazed as 1 was, to take tbo scarcely add that I never traded the lot of cheap, invalids 'would travel hundreds of

;. GS: 1 q, a them. They have trekked back along the rise covered with single mimosa trees, dotted hint, and slewing around at right angles, but ivory at Sikukuni's.' Another man got it-a miles to get it, and it would be bottled up and t

I'nVr- -,.* .Middleburg road, and are a dozen miles oftpl' about in a park-like fashion, and beyond this .still keeping my eyes on the lioness, 'I con.hied German-and made 500 out of it after pay sold in the drugstores at 10 cents a glass."-

by now, I'll be bound. Now, no words; go, was a stretch of open plain running down to my backward walk. ing expenses. I spent the next month on the Exchange.

t g' 'both of you.' a dry pan or water hole, which covered aboutan "To my intense relief, wiiii! a low growl she broad of my back, and was a cripple six

acre of ground, and was densely clothed straightened herself, turned and bounded off months after that. And now I've told you
"Tom the driver
swore' and the
caught
'
NOTICE.
all the I will have
of
so Hol-
-S* yarn, a drop
lad kick with reeds, now in the sere and yellow leaf. further up the kloof.

itt/l-; ';!|s and a then hearty, having, tied which old he Kaptein richly deserved up to the, From the further edge of this pan the ground 'Come on, Inkoos' ,' said Tom, 'let's get lands MacMillan's.The and go. to bed.-H. Rider Haggard in NOTICE IS HEREBY described GIVEX lands will THAT be

!;- ". .< disselboom with a rein, they got their as- sloped up again to a great cleft or nullah, back to the wagon. sold at auction the third
which had been cut out by the action of the - ,
and sticks and
;
segais I
started. would
S have Practices of Russian Drinkers. day of May, A. D.1886, in front of the Court
water and when I have killed those three other lions
too I knew that was pretty thickly sprinkled with ,
gone only somebody must House at the City'of Fernandina, in the
4J4S bush which some large trees I for by this time I was bent on shooting themas Champagne is the favorite wine of Rus-
look after the wagon, and I did not like to among grew county of Nassau or so much thereof as
forget of what sort. I never remember being bent on anything sians. They drink it, not by sips, as it is politeto
r leave either of the boys with it at night. will be necessary to pay the amounts due
"It at once struck that the before or since. 'You can if like or do among us-nor even as it is drunk en
KH "The sun was down, and the full moon was me dry pan go you for taxes of 1885 hereiu set opposite to the
.up, and a beautiful moon it was. And then would be a likely place to find my friends in, you can get up a tree.' cabinet particulier" when the wine "flows in same together with the costs of sale and ad-

4 there came down that wonderful hush that as there is nothing that a lion is fonder of "He considered the position a little, and torrents, to use a hackneyed phrase-but as vertising:

;,!a u JS z
+ j SrMIf early hours of the night. No beast was moving, can see things without being seen himself. had done the same."Meanwhile throwing back the head and emptying the cup dina, assessed as the property of the Florida

.and no bird called. Not a breath of air stirred Accordingly thither I went and prospected.Now I had got out my knife, which at one movement-Foreign Letter.A Town Improvement Company :

4v t t'' the quiet trees, and the shadows did not even there was a strong wind blowing from had an extractor in it, and succeeded after Form of Solitary Confinement.The E-

.quiver; they only grew. It was very oppres- the direction of the wagon, across the reedy some difficulty in hauling oub the case which wog
r sine' and for there pan toward the bush-clad kloof or donga, and had so'nearly been the cause of'my death, word "reclusion, which occurs occa- LOT <
; q Y' very lonely, was not a sign
.of the cattle or the boys. I was quite thank this first gave me the idea of firing the reeds, and removing the obstruction in the barreLIt sionally in foreign dispatches, is applied to a "- E-4 <

,. ? 4 ful for the society of old Kaptein, who was which, as I think I told you, were pretty dry. was very little thicker than a postage new and terrible form of solitary imprisonment -- --

I ; lying down contentedly against the dissel- Accordingly Tom took some matches and stamp-certainly, not thicker than a piece of inflicted on criminals in France. I 7 14 15 16............................... $488

GM began starting little fires to the left and I writing-paper. This done I loaded the gun. f3411121314171819
+; boom chewing the cud with and makes 2 :? ::.
science., a good con- did the same to the right But the reeds were bound my handkerchief around my wrist and Prosperity no adversity more 23................................... 20 95
1 rascals than philanthropists 3 4 7 17 21.26 31 32 33 34......... 29 22
.4P still at the bottom and should hand to staunch the flowing of the blood and
.;; 4z. "Presently, however, Kaptein began to get green we never A17891011 121314151617.
have got them well alight had it not been for started on again."I Queer Things Brought to Market.
r restless. First he snorted then he
: ; got andmorf".ro
;
up 18 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29....... 24 24
h the wind which got stronger and had noticed that the lioness went into a We all sorts of to
again. I could not make it out, so stronger as are getting queer things 9 11 17 20

''t. '"y.; like a fool I got down off the wagon-box to the sun got higher, and forced the firo into thick green bush, or rather cluster of bushes, eat into the market just now. Swans are 5 { l 23 l2J...:.......:....?........: 8 43

ar ti .' have a look round, thinking it might be the them. At last after half an hour's growing near the water, for there was a little becoming fashionable articles of diet in the 15678 910 111213 14 15

s .n .. lost oxen coming. trouble, the flames got a hold and began to stream running down the kloof, about fifty rich districts. In the poorer ones skates are 6 1617 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

h "Next instant I regretted it, for all of a spread out like a fan, whereupon I got roundto yards higher up, and for this I made. WhenI even more common. These ungainly creat- (27282930 31 32 33 M........... 44 13
the further side of the to wait for the got there however I could see nothing, so I with
sudden I heard an awful roar and saw something pan ures, their grotesque and hideous faces, 167891213141516 '!
yellow flash past me and light on poor lions, stand well out in the open. It took up a big stone and threw it into the are hung up at every humble fish store for a 7{ 20 21 22 23 : 25 26 27 2829'

t Kaptein. Then came a bellow of agony from was a rather risky thing to do, but I used bushes. I believe that it hit the other cub, sign, and they are by no means bad eating 30............... .......................... 28 52

r w the ox and a crunch as the lion put his teeth to be so sure of my shooting in those days for out it came with a rush, giving me a either. Neither, for the matter of that, are 8 3 84 5 : : :: 13 14 : 16 17.

ai4 r through the poor brute's neck, and I began to that I did not so much mind the risk. Pres- broadside shot of which I promptly availed swans. I don't know what are done with the 26. ... .. ........... ............ 26 03

realize what had rifle ently, above the crackling of the fire, I heard myself, knocking it over dead. Out, too, came seals, which have lately been displayed as sub- 9 234567812151617212
;3 ln| happened. My was in a startled roar then another and another. So the lioness like flash of light but quick as 24 33........... ........................... 4218
R the and first a jects of attraction at a number of fish-stalls. ,
a wagon, my thought was to get the lions at home."I she went I to the other 10 22 23....................................... 7 53I
?,Jlat: : hold of it, and I turned to make a bolt for it. were managed put These latter are frequently killed down the 1234567 8910 111213'

I got my foot on the wheel and flung my body was beginning to get excited now,for,as bullet into her ribs, so that ,she rolled bay at this season, and as they are commonly I 14 15 16 17 IB 19 20 21 22 23

forward on to the wagon,and there I stopped you fellows know, there is nothing in experience over three times like a shot rabbit. knocked on the head their battered and 11 24 25 26 27 28 29 3031 32 33

.as if I were frozen, and no wonder, for as I to warm up your nerves like a lion at I instantly got two more cartridgesinto bloody sconces do not render them a particu- l 34........................................... 50 2112f
.{. ; was about to spring up I heard the lion behind : close quarters unless it is a wounded buffalo; the gun, and as I did so the lioness got larly charming sight. ;But they are odd 1112131415 16 17 1920 21

4 me, and next second I felt the brute, ay and I got still more so when I made out up again and came crawling toward me on enough to interest the people, and their exhi- 22 23 24 25 26 31 32................', 3310

y ,e, as plainly as I can feel this table. I felt him\ through the smoke that the lions were all her forepaws, roaring and groaning, and bition is'sure to attract a crowd. 14 15 23 24''
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a I say, sniffing at my left leg that was hang- moving about on the extreme edge of the with such an expression of diabolical fury on According to the market report quite a ( 25 26... ... .. .......... 23 92

ing down. reeds. Occasionally they would pop their her countenance as I had not often seen. I number of gophers have recently been 14 26................................. ...... 23 61

.- 1t "My word! I did feel I don't think heads out like rabbits, from a burrow, shot her again through the chest, and she fell brought here for consumption of the 15 56151617182')21............ } I

+ that I ever felt so queer queer before.; I dared not and then, catching sight of me standing over on to her side quite dead. Chinese. I ate gopher stew more than once 16 24 25.......................................i 19 24

) t l move for the life of me, and the odd thing about fifty yards out, draw them back "That was the firsKmd last time that I ever in the big Chinese restaurant in San Fran- 17 { 1234567121314101619
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,,Iir was that I seemed to lose power over leg again. I knew that it must be getting pretty killed a brace of lions right and left, and, cisco and found it good. Some caterer, whois 23 24 25 26 Z1 28 29 30 28 63
my
warm behind them, and that they could not what is more I never heard of anybody else 134567 8919 2021 22
which had not afraid of make
insane being original might a
w a an sort'of inclination tot ,
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,r l kick out of its own mere motion just as hysterical keep mistaken the game for up for long, and I was not doing it. Naturally I was considerably hit by introducing it to the general public of { 33 34.. .. .::.. .. .. .: ... : 3411

a? people want to laugh when they oughtto suddenly all four of them broke pleased with myself, and having again loadedup New York. Apropos of turtles, they make a 19 4 5 610 11.............................. 35 81

i to be particularly sol-Tin. Well, the lion cover together, the old black-maned lion went on to look for the black-maned soup of snapping turtle in Philadelphia, with 20 4567891011..................... 453

r; sniffed and sniffed, beginning at my ankle and leading by a few yards. I never saw a more beauty who had killed Kaptein.- Slowly and Madeira flavoring, that is a dish for the gods. 23 5 10............?.......................... 6 3
', slowly nosing away up tom Y thigh. I thought splendid sight in all my hunting experiencethan with the greatest care I proceed up the kloof Except at the Carlton club I don't know 25 16..2 43

y j that h: wns going to get hold then, but he did those four lions bounding over the searching every bush and tuft of grass as I' where it can be had >in Gotham. To my 26 7 8 9 10.................................. 13 25

i + not. H j only growled softly, and went back veldt, overshadowed by the dense pall of went. It was wonderfully exciting work, forI thinking it is as good eating and is less Z1 6 7 B....................................._. 1 23

;k to too ox.: Shifting my head a little I got a smoke and backed by the fiery furnace of the never was sure from one moment to another, troublesome than the much vaunted and long- 28 3 ...................................... ..... 3 00

I t full view of him. He was the biggest lion I burning reeds. but that he-would be on me. I took comfort, loved .-Alfred Tremble in New 32 60

+ t +. I; r he had a most tremendous black many, road to the bushy kloof,' within about five /attacks a man-rarely, I say; sometimes he 34 46

t" he was a magnificent animal mane., and Altogether as- and twenty yards of me, so, taking a'long does, as you will see-unless he is cornered or Training as SneakThieves.It 39 .... ............................. 00 80

;1 lay there breath, I got my gun' well on the lion's wounded., I must have been nearly an hour was in the upper story of a ramshackleold 40 south half of 8..t.. 3
sprawling on the fore-tongue of shoulder-the black-maned to hunting after the lion. Once I I two-and-a-half-story: structure 44 <->. .........................................- 123
the it one-so as thought saw over a
1, el : wagon occurred to me that he would allow for an inch two of motion and Chinese restaurant that the 41 7 8.......... ........................ ....... 5 Gj
or catch something in of tambouki police found and
a
move clump
,
.' :look uncommonly well in a cage. He stood .. .. .......... 13 26
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: him through the heart: I was on dead on but I could not be and when I broke up a sneak thieves'club. The members
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there by the carcass of poor Kaptein and grass, sure, 49 4............................................. 3 09
.and deliberately disembowled him as neatlyas my finger was just beginning tighten trod out the grass I could not find him. were a dozen hard youngsters, reared in the 51 2678.................................-- 982
a butcher could have done. All this while on the trigger, when suddenly I went blinda "Well, I got up to the top of the nullah and squalor and vice of the neighborhood, and 55 1 2 3 6 8._ 1141

a r r't I dare not mo'for' he kept lifting his head bit of reed-sand had, drifted into my'right'9Ye. looked all round. No sign of the lion. Evi- 'their highest ambition was to become robbers. 12345678 910 1112 13

i 5 M s. and keeping an eye on -me as he licked his 'I glanced and rubbed, and got it more dently I had either overlooked him further ''But they had a methodical president, who intended 14 15:16: 11 IB 19 20 21 22 231 .

bloody choiB. When he had cleaned Kaptein or less clear just in time to see the tail of the ,down, or he had escaped right away: It was I that they should be instructed; in the 57{ 24 25 26 30 3233'

,last lion vanishing round the bu;u< ':n the 1 very vexatious, but still three-lions was not a law and ethics of their trade; so he went to a 34...........:...:....?.......:.......... i 10 57

broken-down shyster at the Tombs, near by,

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97 1 to 8. I .-,-\'- \. .. : erti'part' ofwl.Jatj was (ormerlx HtbglnbothafiiA'rt; 1; part of S E i l14.\
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107 1 to ]6', inclusive,............... .: 'r ..: ; 1:3, :_(..:.: I 232 and 252.' ......;;.. ...........:.:.......,...:.... 23 3N 28E '32' { 36 Smithrant'. being art of sec. 25. I 191
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108 was formerly ...._
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111 1 to 8. inclusive I ..... ,: was formerly Jones! :Uarley........ : : .1.,
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117 1 to.8., inclusive118 .........-.......... .;.. :;. ;; 1 ;.' block,228'lots; ;; 1.2 9 10 of. """ .. _'. Jones -L. Hamp;...... In the S W ....... : : :::) 40t I 3
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119 1 to 8lncluslvp..;;....... ......... ,. :; .:: was formerly ; .: Jones, J. D. estate 01............. ; ......... : ;; :!. 40 828
120 known as block 257' 258 246;'lots 6'7 .o'r '.. King.Hurriet. ............................-............10
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70 3. ......................:................. 85 : 247 lots 4 5 6 ; in 4567 in block : .'.;. '. ,;. ....;:; :. .... .. 1NEnfSW&; '; I ,. ;: .;'
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71 4 5 6.......... ........................... 2 80 I 222 223 224 225 226 256; blocks ,f'.'' ,; '.- < N : N ofS'E.l; S 4'1! of8 E t_) ., '_)"E 240 I "t, 'f

72 1 2 8.......... ...;...................... 6 08 '252 253 254 255; ont.lots 248 11-249 to 34 250 inclusi"e. 251 "' .. ,. ,v 1............ ........................1.;:.X'.. ..;.."f....:.13 f .,''; t,
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75 1234567 8._................... 1 30 formerly known as containing ontlots 90 what to 97.wa in. '. .. ../ "' ''-,. '.. : .' T S E ::1; SV:1: ofSZl, 1-......... ...;.....}...tt.. 15 ( ;. .

77 76 5 12 G..3...4...578.. ...................................:..:............... 249 3'09 i Florida Town Im- I Fractional clusive.120; section 121 122.123........................ 10 3N 29E ::141 I.' i I' N All E of# fractonal.}; S.....1...of.....S...E...!..,.'V...,I......,... 21,2N 2N'23E 2E 2&,5 'c-i, ..J., +'

78 2 3 5 6 7 8................ ........... containing :what was 1'; It 2. 3, 41Y 1 ofN E ; ofot ,
.848 formerly known N
79 23456..................1........._. 758 provement Co.... ,I Son 311"312 98 fl9 as 100 ontlots 29G 297 298 .' J. I: L..nc I J.' 5J 0 I In...".....- 1 J, S E, 11.,.....-... ._...'_..._..,...............I.;.......'V.. ) .
SO ........... ._ ___ .. 101. .109 to 119, __ n. "hh.'nnn .". 1" 1 H
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81 4 5 6'7 a..........:-.-...nn..... ...:........ 9 08 ua .. .t., I All UH.amSlve.of'' what i.li was to 14:1 formerly, mCUSive! known............ 11 B.N 29E 1 ; '. :' I C'v f...........! .v......:..... : = :../J. 23 "

S2 1 tu 8. inclusive.......... .......... as : ; I NIVofNE 2N'Z3E
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6 39 blocks 153 to 213 ; # NIVIo 16
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235 fS
84 83 1 to to 8 8, inclusive......... .......... 159 214,234,236........................:......;..part.......o.. 24 3N 28E: ; .. ; r i ', ,t''., I 'V ::1...... ............................;........... ...... 24 2 N 23 E ....:
1 inclusi ve.................. .. All .2SO ,.; EofNW E ufSE IfJ
1 159 of what was formerly known ; i. ................... 27 2 N '
85 as E
1 to 8, inclusive./:.......... r WofN.E'V'ofS 2 ;
...,.. 159 blocks 232 235 197 237 to 240 .. .. < I .EN; 'V.N 16 '
86 1 to 8inclusive...................... 1,59 263 to 267 inclusive outlots, inclusive 154 i i I of S \V.l....................................;..... 2G .
87 1 to 8inclusive:........... ; to I '.; ". I vW'-: :......... .... 2 N 23E 398":4
.: .... 1 15 jl 172. inclusive, 202 t.o 213 inclusive ............ ... .......
88 1 to 8.inclusive.I ..................... '/. .t t,. 'r .. ,,::' to 253 ; 250 : ;.' 11 3 '."' : Y ofN'EWIofNIVSE; ; ,192N24E 160 ,
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89 99 \.1 inclusive ......... ........ .............. 25 ,3N ; ; I of 'N :'
1 to 8, inclusive- .......... 28E tJr 208. 1il :-.
: .....:..... ,70 All of what was formerly known ;. 'I 'ViEofS.EiN.'VofS: ; ; EiN ,

98 1 to 8inclusive...................... 70 f, I. I lots. 150 151'152' 153 to ::178. 'inclusive as onto .u ; -:..., ,' :.,."': . ofS 'V #...............L..R........!. .9. N }

99 1 to 8, inclusive..................... 70 195 to 201, inclusive, 238 to 242 ;; ; W .< ," ? r I E h'ofN. ,E 4.,','-. ....... .: ........ 3 23E 39 .
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100 1 to 8, inclusive............1.1.1..1. 70 I 263 to 267 272 273 274 247 ,248249- _. "''S !' .J I' 4 l of.............'J.2... ........::4..J.............!............ 5 2 2 N N. n'E 3'9 t ."M..,;' F J'
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101 1 to 8. inclusive.................. 1' i All of........................... : .
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..... 70 255 254, 214 to 223, inclusive.:........... .: 26 3 N <" .' -< .................:...... 6 2 N 24 E :
102 1 to 8, inclusive........:............. ,70 I All of what'as formerly known aM out-: 28E 125 '. .. r 1.!N" ,. I All 0 ....................:................................ 2 N 2-.e- .,; ,

103 1 to 8inclusire.1.1..1..1.,1...... 70 lots 148 149 179 180 193 194 224 236' ,_ : ,.'. .. '". :-. ., .NE 1.V1..................,........................... 8 2N''E. '

112 104 1 to 8. inclusive....................... 70 ; I 237. ...... ........- .................................... 20 3N 28E ,.tom J xf',; EV; I............................................. 18 2 N 24 E 2400 ,".''

1 to 8. inclusive......: ......:..:..... 58 ,, ; ,{' All of what was formerly known'as 26 'V of S'\V.!............................ .....;...... 32 2 N 24 E 51 ,,

113 1 to 8, !nclusve.! ...:.................. 58 ( :. .: l ts243,244.245'246.256;' to 263, inclusive out- Ti SIofSW #...... ...,............. ..................312N24E : ;:
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114 1 'to 8, md USI ve......... .... l WofNE } NWofSE 8
;; _...... 58 I ; 275 to 298. 300 to 310...,. ........ ; }; lotsland23 2K23E
115 1 to 8, incJusive..............,.....;_ All of......... ,1..1. 27 3N 28E 120. As tlesenbed in 'a deed 22
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116 85 ........ ............ ..... ............... 18 3N Mrs D..:'.. 01 il 64'6
1 to 8, inclusive....................... 58 All of ...................................................19 29E } 1"0 llcKay. ; :{ "N, page 141; connty'records.; or'S E

124 123 1 to 8, inclusive....................... 58 All of ......... .......................:.........,......:128 3 3N29E N Moore, Mrs. Jane.. corner uf........ ............................. ...... 38 4 N 25 E 80 '
1 to 8. inclusive...................... All of............ 28E .6 N W f S E E i of NE 2 97
58 I ......... ......... ....................::13 3N' { Wt 1 : ? : of S -
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126 1 to 16, inclusive..................... 9 68 All of.............:.....:............................... 16 29E 62 ., J.. H.. ....... .. :. :... ::... :......:;... ::...... 2 2 N 40 .
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347..1............................... 729 I I All of .................. ....................... ......... 1 .418. { Subdivision ;"B" of lot 5 in lock 243. I 7 3

128.15678.........:....................... 12 All of ........................................:..... 3 2N 2N28E 15 lattox being, part of....................................... 23 3 N 28 E
129 .
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12 3 4.5 6.7.8............. : 2RE } 560 $107191 S E I of S E !................. 3
......_;.. 6 08 AU of ..............................:.. 'Peterson ..... : .22 2N24E 8
131 12 3 4: 6,7.8., ................ 7 2N28E ,P..1.1... S 'Y1.-; .. .40 ,.
..-...... 5 M All of./.9 : .............;......:: 22 2 N 24 E 9

132 133 1 to to' E!. inclusive;.........,.. 3 10 I Allot ..............................:.................... 13 '2N 2N 28E .32 .65 Parker Paull D.B. C............................Al of: block 20. Hiliard.:........ ............. ... .....; .16 4 2

13-1 1 8,3 10 All of ...... .......... ........ ...... .................... 1 1N 28E .127 21 4 Proctor, R bt......:. .! of S'IV,}_....;..........:....:.......:..;... 3 N 24 E' '40 5
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.. 135 1 1 to to 8 8,, inclusive.inclusive.....................,... 3 10 All of ...............!...............:!..................... 31 N 29E 28E 182'G .J '3 ''25 Palmeto'. : Wi, 'of', lot' 4.:.:............... ..........;...... ..... 1 3 N 28E 2! 4614 739
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245678..1./. .:;:..:........ 26 43 All of./.37: 28E .7 27! P.p 1 af lot.4 (achinery, et)................... 43 3 N 28 E

137 1 to 16' I uS!ve......._....?...... 4 88 Austin, James M.... In tbeSE corner of the Christopher 3 N 28E 379 5 89 PennsylvaniaRRCo Robinson The Zack .Haddock ........................ 39 4 N 25E 5 16 '2 '

130 138 1 to 16, inclusive..,... .............. 4 88 BUlrlney, J a m es.'.. .... In' entre of F.:P. Sanchez grant.....grant....... 48 3 N 27E 8 ,.. .,,3.64 I .; R. E....:... S 1 oJ lot 6. block 52, Fernandina............ ... ... ...... ....70.... 306 '

1 to 16. inclusive.................... ,,,2 49 ..............:.....I 1, ,block 79, Fernandina................... :5 2 N 25E 40 ,10 53'Lot Lot 3........ ............ ............................. 23 4.N 25 E .
140 II to 8&, inclusive.......... Booth .:. \ ......... 6,, 80' Reynolds, 'V J..._ { S E ofS E !....-............ 6
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_1.11 .. 0 : _"u.., ............ 2v49 M......... f As described in'a deed on 1'e orf1 in '. Q ........................ 33 4 N 25 E
AA L "u 0 JUCJunve...................... 2 49 t County Clerk's office or art f::.::..::: Hour \ O 1-. Vi"a I "T U' ,4.1 ...........;......................... 4 N 25E
142 1 p 46 N GeoS.......... 40
143 to 8, inclusive:..................111 129 r All. of (except N of 8 'V i N E of N 1 25 E 71 4 55 .. Lt 18. block: 6, Fernandina................... 3.. .. .... ......... 6 6
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1 to 8, inclusive............... ...... 1 29 E.3: ) Sauls Sander of NE :} ofN W !.................. ......... 3 2.N24E. 14

144 1 to 8. l'ncll1s'IVC..................... 1. 29 Burney, M........_ All of the Stanley grant........... 2 N 25 E 480 ; G. \V:.....S 11' of NE i--................ .......... 2 N E 20 3 39-

215 1 to 10, inclusive..................... 10 58 Fractional lot .1..1..1.1.1 ... ...... ...... 251 Surrency, J. R......... S 'V'i of N W j!........?........ ......... ......... 1 t.N 2 40 3 2

216 5678..................._................ 83 All (except 40' "31125E-- ,46 Smith John............ The Jack Smith place. S E part of........... 2 S 1.1E '40 6 0

217 4567.....:.................:.... :... ..6 58 in N E 2..2 Swearingen., R. 'V. f WIofNWS; 1 ofS E ofN W 1; "V 2 40 4 8

218 1 to 10. inclusive./,1.I .. .. 310 Brunhild. H._....... Lot 18, block 9; 2 N 2iE) 331 33. 72 I of S 'V ; N of N E S 'V I:....... 4 N
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219 1 to 10, inclusive.......... ....... ? All ...... ...... 99 Stewart Ben........... N E corner..............-.... :. 'ot .............. 1 2 10 5
220 1 to 10. inclusive .,. 1 59 ( of. ......................... ........................ 41 3 N 26E 12,845 Sutton, .H......._...... S E of : .... 2 N 25E 3
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59 Waterman ............ ; 7 4 N 25 E
221 1 to 10, inclusive..................?... 1 59 I All of..1..1..1.grant.1. ......... ............................... 56 3 N 27 E 256 Stanley, L. W...... { All of...........!......../.1........................ 33 2 N 28 E 17 2 5 30

2G8 { 14 12345 10 17 67 18 81U011 1213 .. All of.:........ ......... ......... .....................:.. .50 43 3 3 N N 27 27.E E 310 .4 ,Trareye, David and All of..........-....... .................................. 28 2 N.28E 2 74

g : 23 24 : N./.1...........-....... ...... ......... 54 11,360 Thomas........ .
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.:...:: ............ .. '73 61' All of............. ..... 27. E. ,254 : block 17, :Fernandina...... ....... ......
4 6 7 8 ? .. .........................:..: 53 3 N 27 E .Tanner; D. H.......... All of lot ...... ......... : D
2G9 15 9.10 ,11, 12 13' 14 ," ., j. N i of....;........................;...... ............... 55 3 N 212 Tison, John._ N 3..5 2 S 2J E 80 7 3
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270 14 15 16 6759 1011 1213 All"of......... ........................;....!............ 43 3 N J" {' 1..I. 3 s
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29 32 33 34.................. : 31 46 ,All of.............................. ................ ..;... 44 40 2 3,126E N 27E 190 .Wids'V.. M.......: Lot'l, (and 2 .......... ... .................... 3 3 4 N 26E 3 3.72,
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-15 125262728293031323334!! 5 38 { All 2..3....... ..........................; ......... ......... 38 5 4 N 23 E 80 Washington, ., L.Jos.............. S N of lot, 2, block 81, Fernandin........... ........... ......... .4 5 r
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to 34, InclusIve......:........ ... Bliss, B. K. x. Lot 24E 640 9 78 !( ff S 'V i; lots 12 and 13.. ........ ...... .. 2
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I-a 1 ...5 18 2. .................................................. 53 3 N WoodV.. F......... 1 4 N 24E 80 3
to 34:, inclusive I ......... .. Bonaud Peter... 28 E 75 5 74 ; 243.
: ......_ 15 06 ... Lots 3 and .4. block 47 Fernun { N'V1SJOfot3inblock or part of 3X28E
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1)78 1 to 34:. inclusive.......... .... ...... Conover, Ton ...... _N E Ian......... ... ...... ...... ..?..... 9' 78 Lot.4 Fernandina::........ ......
5 18 V. corner of............. ..... ......... ............ 19 2 Whitehurst! L. W.... ... ..... ......... 23
1 to 3f', inclusive I ..........,........ C a Idwell &'Ki"nooIg ..... .E 1 of N 25E '2 3 21 ot block 70. Fernandina........ ........... .. r
ISO 1 to 5 18 c. N E 1; E 1 of M E }........;.............. 35 4 N Williams. L....... .....S E !oflat : .... .... ....... ......... 13
luI 1 to 16', inclusive I ..._......_.......,1 1 77 Counts, J. "....""... N' EofNE':l............................. ......... 7.2 S 25 E' ,160 3 79 Wilds, C.............;..... W of 8'block; SO, Fernandina........ ... ..... ... ........... 35 22
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16, inclusive.1 ......... Connor .' E 40 ,,9 78 part Christopher'grant........, .
Frank ..
...... .... 177 ., ....... N"V 1 ofNW }..... Owners ; ..:.. 48 3 N 27E 3 79
Water lot 1, wIth wharf Jm-: ]Lot in Callahan us described.1..1..1..1 ,3 2 N 2.JE 40 4 55 Unknown... .N 1 of S E ;: N'! of lot 4 of S 'V !_......... 8 2 N E 430

)?rOVen1ent.....................:..... 18 80 'Y..R., Jr.,, ngt ... { record in book "R 550 in n deed on" .,f < .AlI of........:.. :....._... ......... ........: ......... :.... 2 N 2 E 880 14 4 5
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"atcr lots 2 3 pages and 551, N E 1-.................. ...... .. 5 2
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7 8 9 10 D 1 : 3' ,9, 78 SEofNW'SWofSESIofS1V16
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1314 any, 1 block ;
: 40 S4E
15 16 17 18 1920 21.22 23 24 7 04 .Dougherty J. 'V?., Fernandina.................... .., ..:... ...... ........: 664 All of............:......:.............:................. 9 i S24E 640 }. 8 1

Also all the wharves lying be- es-te f........... Lot 1 of......... Lot 2... ... ........ 5 1N23E :
tween the .. .:_...;.......................;..... ,1 2 N27E t '32 425 ,, :. ; Block 1: : : : ..
steamship dock DozIer. John........... Lot: Fernandina
2. block 1Fernandina........... i5:6.2,27.28.,29 5661
and the foot'of Centre,street.. 30 32 Drew, Goo. F........ Lots 14, 15. 16, 17 and 18, block IS. .,.1.FerEIIVIofNWS ...... ... ...... ...:., ....;.:..; .12 78 ,; ;1fr' : ., Bock 17, 9, Fernandina.......... 4r
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19 lots 39'
Also, Jandina........ ............................. f ; 1. 213, 1415,16Fernandina I .
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followidg lots lying in f : ; ; Eof N .. ......... 9.59 .. 22. lots 3 and 6, Ferandina_......... f 16 21

)SOLD TOWN, FERNANDINA : S 'V. I: S E I or R ,.v. .........,.....IVNI......;...... n n on .. __ ---- Block'12. lot L. -2 nli-. 'n'1n.......... f I' I, I B_ _.It_
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3 1 -' nnn. ,0:> .........................:......... 36 3 N
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4 3 4 3 8 4 6 8 10 12.........._......... ; 49 Dyal & Upton.__ ..... All of......................... ......... .................. 6 2 N 25 24E E .560 : WARREN F. SCOT

8 12 11 12 13 .............1.1..,1.... .. 34: All of.-;..;....;;;.;..;.-.-......... ........;.. ............ 8 2 N 25 ] 1017 Collector of Revenue N '.

9 1234568.5 6 7 9 11 12.........._........ .2 49 All of.......................................:.......;.... 32 3 N 25 E E ::Fernandina, Florida, :.April '10th, '1886.
.........:........_...... 219 \. E I of S 'V lots 1 and 612
11 1 to 12. ; 2................. ...... .1 2 N 24E
it 1234567.......... 3 09 f.I i Saw mill on......................................;.... 2 2 N 21 E ...,.584... '152__ BIG OFFER To Introduce them -
61
8911 12.......... Lot ;
16 339 10. block 17. Fernandina ............ we will GIVE AWAY
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1 to 14 ......
inclusive.I .............. A 1,050 Self-Operatins
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.. 4:29 Lot 7, block 39. Fernandina. : Washing
17 : ............ .
.... Machies
7 8 9 10 11 12........ = : you want one, send I
............... Lot 29, block 268. u you .
18 12 5 7 St Fernandina.Lot .......- .......... and express at ptfce ,
8./ DickilsonM'SM
19 .......-. 2; block.269, Fernandina......... 21 Dey Street "
New
123567 : ........ ... ...... Tort.Y ,
20 1 to 19 8910.1112.......... 3:24. Lot 7; block .9. 9ldTown, ..........;. .:.......... .; .' ABIES .

21 1 to : r 00 All of.-..........................................11 I'N 640_ I ,own WANTED 87 to-S1O To work for us at their .

22: 1 to 8, .inclusive..1: 84 Errickson Lots 2, 3. 4.E 1 ofS.E of N"E }............ 31 2 N 25E 517 .56 I easily homes; no canvassing per; fascinating week can b ADVERTISERS: ,;
Martin... S 'V 1 ofNW !............... 24 I ad "<
23 1 to ... ........... ...:. 22 2 N 24E. stead y employment. Particulars and sample .
21 1 to 14 10inclusive.: .................... 84 ( In S 'V portion of......... ..................?...... 28 2 N 40 1.99 JMof. the work nt for stamp.: Address HOME -
25 1 to inclusive..................... 1 15 Forsyth, Thos. M.. In. the S 'V portion of (or as described in 27E ,10 MAN'FG,CO.:, P.O. Box 1915, Boston;Mass.Y1 can learn the exact cost

11inclusive............... .
26 .. ... 100 a deed on record in book "T E WANT"SALESMEN

1 to 18inclusive.I .................... 40 I l and 312, county! reco dg.-..,...pages.... 311. and traveling, t sell everher.. local of
2356 7 8 ......... 38 2 N 27E ou Wi.l pay proposed line of
Z1 { 1617 9101112 ,131415 Freen1an" Chas........, Lot 9.........-_.............;................... ........ 43 25 6 80 good salary al'exnes. for any
1819 20 21 ........ Frye.James ; 3 N 28 E 2 4 terms at once, .
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28 ........_ SO ;........ .. LOts 1 and 16 block 70 stte wanted.
I to 10, !inclusive ....,.............. Ferguson............SEofSE.1, 27Fernandina........ .... ...... ..!:. ......... 963 STANDARD SIYER-WA COMPANY,, in American
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30 1 to 16, inclusive: :.................... 397U Gost;; Allen..:........ ..SEofSE.: ......... ... : 33 3N24E 49 .5 30 vcrlslnO .,

31 to 12: Jnclu lve.............,.......' Gamy Chas..........-.. Lot4.-29 3N'25E 40 544

1 to to 20 8. inclusive_..................:... ?0 Green d' Bradley.... 'V of S 'V 1.....................;....,............. .16 74N25E 51 5 00 OCHtSON'S-- by addressing
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33 1 mchlslve.........;........... ,40 Green, r3'1 ............ 5aw-mill ............................ ................ 23E 80 2 75 '
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15inclusive. :.14 :1 N 2.1E .........
Hannahan ::
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36 1234.................................... ._, .'Hig"ginbothamFC. As described 71.in Fernandina.a deed ................... ... ....... ....,. ....:.... 8 28 Wtb. to any address mer Illustrates, t tl ;'nod and 7 March llata \.eQ: owe II &, Co., ,
12 3 ..... ....... f f3f on record in book thin .
... ... .. ....... 15 every forLadtes'aents'.ChiIdrena' ,,
35 ttndiviaed......'....::..:::..:::.=.;...... r.t ...18 HigginbothamM&J .,.... ,..pages.... .. --. county'records.1.: ....... 30 2 N 25'$ 1 3 80 K and Infants, wear and Housekeeping -fO. narPAdvortising: Bureau :; '.
!Water lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 : : : :....;............................ ......... 32 3 X 25 E 640 604 bous Goods In at trie prices United lower States.than those Complete of any tul-lbcts.-t'fo2 Sprues .St., New York. '

J 111 13 14 15 16 78910" Malsfacton re ; 10Q.age Pamphlet?,:;, -
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i I :' :. ,. THE ,FLOBIlA4iIRROR'-:" APRIL 47r) 1886. '

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t i J I fE. b LOl tI) Mill 1.U'lwt sqnieljr"furnished, this line 'would. and seemed spoke much of interested the canal in works the conversation at Panama, T I II.

'. r .. engross the larger part of.the passenger and also at Suez..with which he seemed perfectly
GEORGE R.. ....FAIRBANKS. EDIT. ,? traffic nowgoing North by sea. familiar. Monday the Duke and j :
; & . '). 1. ," \ ..: .' several of his party went to Jacksonville l :.PLASTER:. .* "7: "
LIME
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0' St. before "
and will visit Augustine
less
The directness, : probably ,
SI. greater1 expense, -
y Y.1+ kar-ir&i "-*..*Subscription... ''':;'v.., .. ,'"*sz'peirpear.........'..,.- ; _slz".month._ ". ., ..'... *?'?- *v. ;* '' Yi. their return. NOTICE ,TO CONTRACTORS. I '
,3. avoidance of transfers, and other;adants'gaouldconcentratethetravel- Meantime the yacht will take in her.supply I CEMENT. SHINGLES.. NAILS,
and First second floot ::;: t" .... .. f.
Office comer Centre streets, : :
; . ,.. : of coal for. her long return voyage to, *
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Wtflf England. ,F. BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE SASH n00R9. fiNI),, HP \. '':{
rt RATES, OF ADVERTISING. t on steamers from this port which is of on Public Improvements of .
t+ I""t We have now the pleasure supple- '.
1 f' *, cents first,and flve cents for the City of. Fernandina for the PAINTS AND OILS.
'f .. ,Ten a Une orthe. '
? : t .. .
; distnlSu ted between)ernandina it that the ofa ,
,' t each subsequent Insertion.. /' now .... ,. menting by adding experience BORING DRILLING ONE MORE ") <,
tine. ; s Savannah!.a'ni Charleston.M week's travel has confirmed the good impressions OR ARTESIAN WELLS OF OR FRED W. HOYT ,&, CO.

Reading notices 25 cents a line. \.,- i formed of our section and State,

tti r. Special rate for time advertisements! upon application ASSOCIATION.We and we have every reason to believe that, Size 6-inch. Bids must include the neces-
FLORIDA PRESS
Case of quality. Contractor
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t : at the office. and sary approved
#t like other discriminating experienced must furnish all necessary Tools, Drills, Ma- --
t --
-- '- -- have. received the minutes of
ig Communications all matters: local Inter-, travelers, this visit of the Duke of Sutherland chinery, Steam, Fuel, Water, Labor, etc. FOR SALE_
solicited upon of the and from the Florida Press Association's annual and his friends. will not be their last to Satisfactory references are required; also
1 aU county
-THE-
*st from parts "
} : bonds. Bids will be acted upon at the ear-
along the lines of Florida railways. ,meetingheld;; at Gainesville in Florida. -u liest practicable time. Acosta Grant
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All communications Intended for publication February neatly printed at the Owing to the courtesy of Mr. Duval. Re- Committee reserves the right to reject anyor Domingo ,
; r should be addressed to the Editor: all business ceiver and General Manager of the Florida all bids. -CONTAINING-

f w' f letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Times-Union office. The association Railway & Navigation road, a special parlorcar P. KELLY, Chairman. NEARLY 2,000 ACRES,

numbers about seventy members, was placed at the disposal of our visitors i-' Fernandina, Fla., April 17, 1886 FACING THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AND
kn SATURDAY APRIL 17, 1886.
I
,f and if the interest in its work is kept and theyyrereenabled to make a trip 'DUNN'S CREEK'

yt l TIlE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL up and politics and personal interests to'the western of southern portions of the The property adjoins the tooC SAN
BUILDING. State. With the natural wonders of the When You Paint, MATEO, and offers one of the best land-

yt a ,1, 'are suppressed and kept out of.. far-famed Silver::Spring :'all were delighted ,. .- ings on the St. John's'River. It has. a front-

: The laying of the corner-stone of I I it, it will be a valuable and influential and" also surprised- ..and. pleased.'with the ad- USE THE BEST PAINTS. .THE age Titles of two direct miles from on the Dunn's Spanish Creek.Governmentto

w our new public school building was. org n sm. We have always, mirable accommodations offered at theplendid' the'original.owners.. .
interest erected in the H. JOHNS. ., ASBESTOS... PAINTS T.A.: ACOSTA Adm'r.
an event of great to our peo- that should be impersonal hotelrecently; ; ,
urged journalism -I
H. H. LINVILLE
ple. We have long needed much 'that editors should not be neighborhood (this hotel, certainly one of are acknowledged to be of superior quality, : Attorney.
the choicest" in our State, now famed for
:* better facilities for the large'schoolpopulation referred to, but the journal, and that the variety and high artistic taste displayed, and will cover mucK more than cheaperand WANTED IN ::FERNANDINA.

of our city, and we are all personalities should be strictly in the caravansaries.) i is managed by Mr. G. lighter brands. Sold only by An energetic business wo-

I glad that our school board has undertaken C. Morgan and our good friend, Colonel .' man to solicit and take or-
p. forbid. The public take no interestin ders for Tile MADAME
the erection of a suitable Haskins, of the Egmont, who accompaniedthe FEED'W. HOYT & CO. i GRISWOLD Patent
of words between
a bandying Duke's party and did the honors at the {
public school building, and we hope Supporting
newspaper men, and there is alwaysa springs.
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std that our people will continue to letting down of self-respect in such On Monday evening the party returned to 0 have been extensively advertised -
\ and sold
by lady
V +a' ; evince an interest in the educationof controversies. The effect of meetingas Fernandina. Tuesday forenoon was. spent \ canvassers the past tten

their children and their proper in letter-writing and preparations for the years, which, with their
'" an organization should be to long run home. Fresh Garden; Seeds, superiority, has created a large de-
training for future usefulness. make better and a mand for them throughout the United
'r. men acquainted to In the afternoon picnic was organizedby
the States, and any lady who gives her time and
The address of Russell
Major the yacht's folk. The steam launch and CROP OF '85
.t ty promote the amenities,not the asper- fliJ" energy to canvassing for them can soon
able State Superintendent.of Schools, ities of journalism.THE pin nance, gaily decked with the flags of the i build up a permanent and profitable

,: '' p T was listened to with attention and Royal Yacht Squadron were got in readi- ,. In papers or in bulk, at and business., we give They are exclusive not sold by territory merchants,,
and under the of Mr. Curtis
,'t a f? Interest, and our citizens feel grateful VISIT SOUTH OF A NOTED ness guidance FRED W. HOYT & CO'SiCorn thereby giving the agent entire control of
of St. the little flotilla
I Marys, made a final these superior corsets in the territory
his attention their interests. ENGLISH LANDOWNER.
for to
I excursion on the waters of our beautiful assigned her. We have a large number of

1' '. ,1 ri The school board deserve to receive The Duke of Sutherland, who now visits river. We have. always maintained. that agents who are making a grand success sell-
Southern States for the first ,' ,' these and desire such in
our time (being A : ing goods; we
river..wjth.its'"varied .
I the of the the St. Mary's charmsof N -.S,. 'S 5; .
r hearty support public quite familiar with the Western, and especially scenery'and noble volume of waters every town. Address, MME. GRIS
t b in their work. We hope the erection the 'Pacific WOLD fc CO.. ,,. .3.1 Broadway
.nZr 1 slope,) is probably .the ought to prove as interesting an object to New York.
'+ ) ak ': of this building will prepare the largest landed proprietor in the world, and our visitors and favorable for excursions as
t; the St. Johns is to our neighbors at Jacksonville -
r 1' f,'r frX way for the putting up in due time the fortunate possessor of two of the most Oats Bran ,
5 ; splendid ancestral homes in Europe. Dun- Landing at St. Marys, and under the Hay, ,
of another school building, suitably robin Castle,in Scotland,and its magnificentranges grateful shade of the indigenous live oak, a .

,al :, located and equipped for the colored of deer forests' are known to most pleasant way, some picnic delicious was! marmalade held, at which, made, by from the MIRED:! FEED, RICE non, :ETC.: $250
V school. Your school visitors to the Land of Walter Scott "
buildings are. oranges grown in their own garden by Mrs.
'' evidence of 'while Trentham Palace, in England, divides Bealey, who, with her husband, settled WILL BUY A
c it an intelligent commu- the honors with Chutsworth, the,Duke of some ten years since at St. Marys from AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. .. .-s .A : "-.'. .'
iiity, and reflect credit upon the Devonshire's Blenheim Wales, in England, was so highly appre- GOOD,.SUBSTANTIAL 'BEDSTEAD,
or the magnificentpile ciated that after tea the Duke visited Mrs. .. .
; locality where they are found. A given i by the nation to the great Duke of Bealey's place and congratulated her on the FRED W. HOYT & CO. .. ,.... _. ... .AT. .

shabby, inconvenient, school, building Marlborough. Belonging, naturally. to the success of her housekeeping and the evidence ,
.. -, of prosperity in their new home. FRED W. HOYT & CO'S
*b'f' .great conservMiveparty, the Duke of
renders the-work instrdctiott
The return trip was made in the fast-fall-
Sutherland has still always had the. reputation FURNITURE STORE,
difficult for teachers and 'pupils.1Children : ing shades of evening. The yacht was
of being a kind and liberal landlord reached at 8 p. m, and, with kindest adieux CENTRE

are influenced by their sur- (his son, the Marquis .of,Stafford, sits with and.wish s for-a safe voyage home, the Sam Retailers Tobacco ;. ; .... f ," STREET.'1:,,:. -', ....:
rr the Peur'left our waters with"the best wishes of to::: t. \.. ... : r ..&' .;..- ... ..! .. I. .
;, :soundings; :and they can toe better Liberal' party), aqd is of a very active, as our community.In .

taught the discipline of school punctuality well as practical, turn of mind. The management closing tbja,,notice.let us also join in a CAN. SAVE MONEY. BY BUYING. Handsome Presents.
..
? rL of.his.vast .estate has.alwayshad. kindly Xefivoi, and hoping:thatthe pleasant-!: 10. Handsome presents given away to parties
4' neatness and selfrespectwhen his active personal supervision,and in this ,est memories_ (l1t.JUnny.land.may.attend, _._JtRQnc. s.: '. buying$10 or more at ,
in build- the "travelers, wish them not only Godspeed ..,.. i PAUL FOHKE 3.
they are placed good have been '
way enormous sums spent in such "
and safe home in their
dainty steamer -
S* 5AR '
FOUR
BUT THREE
I: v.. tq ings, well-furnished and kept in good reproductive works as drainage,-planting and the Sans Peur un bon voyage, but also a WE ARE ONE OF OR .... Winter, Cl thing.
reclaiming whole sections of the speedy au revoir to our sunny South-land. FIRMS IN THE STATE THAT BUY
country.
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a order, than in neglected, decaying Greatsacrifice Winter... Clothing at
sil'Psf Nor have his energies been restricted to PAUL FUJJKE'S.
.- :rough. ,structures which inspire. no home interests. He is president of some of HOTEL ARRIVALS. LORILLARD'S GOODS .* *it ""

L" interest or respect. the lar corporations in Europe, and was, EGMONT HOTEL. Dry Goods., .
DIRECT.. FROM THE MANUFACTURERS Remember the closing out sale in Dry
la. if we mistake not, not long since engaged in /v.RW Smith' bd' ,.wife.'Pennsylvania; J -K
Goods, etc., at. ':,. .. '
;. ; RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. large operations for irrigating a portion of Barry, Chicago;fieo Peabody,.New York; E L PAUL FUNx f s.
L Earldone, Epgjand; A W Baker, South GET OUR QUOTATIONS..
The River and Harbor Bill has Egypt and supplying the inestimable luxuryof .
Carolina; Mrs, ->>-.Rust, New York; Wit coffee-finest
been under discussion in the House fresh and pure water to some of the Pleasants, James Menzies,' W T Quim, D A FRED W. HOYT & 'CO. Fresh Vienna* -VWHITNER'ifc blend.SCHUTLEE.
parched districts in the "classic land of the Garwood and lady, Jacksonville; Geo G
q r ; of Representatives the ,present week Joyaxr Cincinnati.E.Pricket,.Chicago I A. .' '
f r i+ ,r .Pharaobs.. :; t ; ; --- - -
r c" 1 Mode, Chas M Stark, Miss Sarah W Palmer
1 ''e s r and we presume will b'e'p assed without Altogether the Duke of Sutherland, des- L Randolph, F W Howard, city; J Myers! WHOLESALEA. AND RETAIL. '

material amendment. There is pite his very exalted position, is a manof A H Hennaway. Mrs C H Bennett"YissSophie

large ue'ntal"calibre and and evidently Bennett, Baltimore; M H Leonard,"
I generally a pro forma effort made by energy, Mrs Leonard, Mrs R T Woodward; Mrs F ;... ; ff'P! _tt _"- J.-; ....'.>._-.
from his conversation of observant c--j- ->* ,5a; "5fcTgiij5;:H6 aii :ife I'f !: *
a !
., { very White, Miss Brush New York J K Hayes,
j' ;te + :members to add to the amounts for ;
nature with a retentive memory. F C King, Cleveland; Mrs W McCoy.-Mrs L Ii

the works in their districts, but it is We therefore hope that on his return to A Drake, T W Willett, Charleston.Geo; C :,. """ ..,...::-...::;' .;hn-J;;"j.i:.. : ;.- "

I i1*' ,* r"i seldom or never successful and it Europe he will bear with him pleasant recollections Morgan, Silver'Springs' ; W H Jenkins Bal- l m .
i Miss New
timore; Feeney, York; Eli. Lilly
:V .'i.KI would be better to omit these useless r Southern country and favorable and wife, Indianapolis; J D Palmer, city; W iW! ,.-. = .c u."T. .j.. ,-HSJ,_TS."?:--sirrii,- =a=_3=i._'--.M F.--Sn ""
'' : impressions to its capabilities.-Sa- H Parmenter and wife, Mrs Chas Sawyer,
( demonstrations, vhich 'have a buncombe 'tla nah'Time Jersey City; W B C Duryee, city; J M An- =- cr iu jrva t E Strrl isp r i

look, and when the bill is reported drews.M D, C ECaradier, Jacksonville; B H 2- -
.Visit of the. Duke. of Sutherland. Drefus, Savannah; J.F Dudley, New York. -

secure its passage as reported.No t The- following- notice' of our harbor and TOURIST HOUSE.. ,v ,

: doubt the delay at the last session visitors appeared in a Savannah cotempor- F Arthur, F R &Nj; J J Upchurch\ W A
Mahoney, Callahan; J H Bunloft, Brunswick
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of
Congress caused the failure of the
a"- Chas .
ary.FERNANDINA ; Zenoos, Maggy .Beach-; New to
kt i,, : bill in the Senate, for want of time FLA., April 6.-For the past York; Henry R Lyon, .Brookville' Fla;'R C N
three days the ocean steam yacht Sans Peur, Wright,New Castle, Pa; C It Henry; H C ?r s Le- rf
v t tti to consider it.'Veobservo owned by the Duke of Sutherland, has Crosby, Wilson, N .Y; GiH Harrison; Orlando : S- t

by the most recent chart formed conspicuous object in our noble ; Chas H Holden, New York; J Lei-
l ', l harbor. She is a large and strong-built boat, man, Savannah; Chas M.Tison, Darien Ga;
r: that our bar has become straighter. well sparred,. barkentine rigged, and has Mack Parish,'TohJ11tQR; D Morrison, Baltimore -.
come here from the Isthmus of : --- J
Panama Rev W
I ; A"V'-1\Iaybain.Brunswick-;
and less in area as reported by General where her'owneran old friend of Count Rev 1? W Williams.'Valdosta, Ga; E RReed, 1-. r ,

Gillmore.' We have 110 doubt d'Lessepps, has been to witness the festivi- Bruister, N Y; Fanny E Coon, Mrs M M
ties in connection with the completion of the Wright, Alps, N Yj; Mrs T Rye. Cottenplant, JoT -+
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but that marked results will be obtained -. first section of that work.\ N Yj; Charles Wright: .John Howell, New -T--: __.
r by the continuance of the The Duke is accompanied by quite a large Haven; M Lehman; New York; D F Stone, ,. .- .-
party of friends, who registered at the Eg- Westfield; Mass; Miss Nellie Lain, Miss Julia tOUTHPr8.C0.MW. -
c tW. south jetty to a point near the outer mont Hotel and seemed pleased with the ad- Landers, Miss B M Murry, Boston; Miss

edge of the.bar.. Our able mirable accommodations. offered them by Nettie Grindell, ,N 'Y; Chas F Geo eus.-
., cotempo- Colonel Haskins. Utica, N Y; J W Lane, Jacksonville; E Duf--
,t v 4' rary, the Waldo Advertiser, has cleary Friday a visit was paid to Dungeness, the fell, Farmersville, Ont; Moses Collins,Cam .. B. OYES
magnificent residence of Mr. Thomas M. belford, Can; Peter Cone, Coneville, Fla; W ,
s +: a, t ; demonstrated the importance of the Carnegie (a countryman of the Duke's), whom Zellner, Patterson, N J; J F Higginbotharn, -DEALcfFAMILY IN-
: improvement of the entrance to Fer- turn' invited the guests of the Duke to King's Ferry, Fla; Frank Jackson. Toronto;
} rt make an excursion in his steam yacht, the L A Cobb, Cedar Key; Thomas Reed Brewster -
:nandina the people of the interior. JUissoe. Accordingly,on Saturday,the Missoe, ; Lottie L Coon, Alps, N Y; J G Fanham, { GROCERIES I HEAVY SUP PLIESJ>
rt i'' It is"safe to say'that with the bar dressed from keel to truck, with innumer- Daniel Nicholson, New.Haven; F C Masters ,
able flags and all "
manner of bunting, and New York; 0 Eaton Rockford Illj; Miss Kit- f'
improved nearlyy all the vegetables flying the English national flag, having on tie Keeney, Boston; F A Bryant, Cedar *
x .and board Mr. Andrew Carnegie,Mr.Thomas!I. Falls, la; Coleman Wiltse, Farmersville, :Hay .and'Gr i:n, Ship Stores, .
,., oranges shipped from East"Flor Carnegie(who is commodore of the' Florida Ont; A B Johnson, Parkp.rsbttrg.'Vest Virginia '

t t t ida to Northern markets, would be Yacht Club), and several of.the guests stay- ; H Hipkihs, Torento;John'W :Lower,
ing at Dungeness,House, joined the Sans Virginia; W A'Florrid.'E: J Durkee, Bruns- fURNITURE '
r .shipped in fast steamers from Fer.nandina. Peur at luncheon time and proceeded up the wick; Arthur Beech, New York;J B Martin, ; STOlES I'ffllS.HtDIROGKEH}({

4 .. .. The increased river. T, 0 & A R R; J,F Wright Tedwal Pa;Ade ,, ,
largely
- .. i number Mr. Curtis,of St. Marys, pointed out niany Wilson Biddford, Me; Chas S Hnnti.AI-; x
{ ,'k of passengers who have entered objects of interest and escorted the party to bany'N'Y-C RParish and 'wife, .Toronto, 'HARDWARE WIL.LOW-WARE ETC.
( Florida and that once beautiful little city, and after: Can; R W Dopsdq.l Jesup; Ga; S George, *** .* 7 .. .
departed by the Mallory 'wards explained the great and busy possiblenear Manchester, NHVWfV; Gill and wife; Al- "

, Line steamers,indicates plainly future for this section on the openingup .-S CrW"N Pilband-wife, Springfield, -
b. very of the canal from St. Marys to the Gulf of Mass'Mrs; M M 'Vhitehead,:)Ieriden, Conn; PRICES A SLOW ,AS THE LOWEST..
.that with greater draught of water Mexico. E P Steadman. J J Richardson, Jackson-
and The Duke of Sutherland, who is largely ville; John Owens, Evergreen, Fla; Captain
steamers still hand-
h: : larger more interested in many great public works, Win Thompson, yacht'Jtfiwoe.v -'-.* -n.; :, N. ,'E. corner' Centre and cond Sis,, :Fernaudina, Fla.

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on steamei Cartinaelet tor the Northern- ; '.',."J.t',, ."." .,.',... ..'. .; .,r'--t"u-i,..J.."....; | ,, ::. .vn..f.. .",.".';lJ9'.., !'.,'."'r.1tf, ..,.......: ....,,"' ..! :. I >. .
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receiving
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r.: ... .: and Eastern markets, where, as usual, -.f;;' ': \ qJ-'t.j- f J"ii. ..:4.it'\.. fJ.Jfi.u. ...:/fjj't'" t' '" ,",;' 'r" t' --.'.. .!_..."....1.. 2....... I. l* 't. i1 .weekly/large shipments. of
} "f>;! <. '. .'l."H.... .." ?-, .b: .:' ,l'r. .. ":.:u- ':: : .t,<"'.:'r. .itlt. 9'H' ,.".r ... ,, ,
' he.will buy the largest and most select ....r'" :j':'! ,' ... 'J'.[." t.:
,<>, I.. stock- 'of'DRY" GOODS- 'CLOTHING. '" .?'"'.:.,'. '" />o.'',' ....,:." : ".A. -- ; s... ; "" :" I J .' .f 1/,,: !fjfo.t V.t." .i .....r'j.: ; .. New I
NOTIONS d .
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Spring
Summer 'Goods
,',::r I l' > '. : I' ..!tlj ./ f.. r qrt.;:';..5.r'l'
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, CAR- .. ; .:
t: .
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PETS, H1TTINGS AKD OIL CLOTHS, .., .... .. ,
: .. :Which i
wilLbe .
# t ,sold
ever brought to Florida. It is not necessary atvery'low prices. A splendid assortment of

to state how we buy our Goods, as NEW

everybody knows.> we buy for cash and : PAUL 'FUITSE'S SPRING DRESS GOODS
,
In bulk direct from the Manufacturers,

hence taking the advantage of CLOSE SILTS: CASIIMEI.ES: : s

PRICES. We mean,this Spring,to, show Nun's Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Laca
Buntings Whit
Goods
Plain and ,
Novelties,in Er ry Department, ... Printed India Linen, Unon da Deccas, Plain and
j-M It I ( M Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids
Hill C I ( I I II Piques,' Marseilles-.
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and, give the public, the benefit of LOW r I I I II ( I I I I I Cable Cords
Checks and


tions PRICES.MODE; and Call save:early money: BaO"S.@LElDERS to by make: buying your of selec- f DRY GOODS EfflPORIDM: I$: I 0 GREAT DAnnAIN IN I) G NT ', LADm AND A Stripes.!!LD1 B mnY.


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OUR.
++ ++++++++++++ ++++++ t SPRING CLOTHING'
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Has been
received-a
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OF
LOW
PRICES magnificent line
in
KING & stylish cut and well made.
CO'S.Spring BROWNING
Samples have
been
teed. This is the received. Suits made to order and fit
Leading House in the United States for guaran
> "t :' Custom-Made
30 and 31 Centre Street, : .Although we have BARGAINS in every Department, the following Clothing.are some of


FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. NEW _.. :. I 0'Q'R S.'ZCIAIr :BAB.CAXNS: : r-

Two Cases BEST PRINTS at .
.. t. FINE HEMSTITCHED LINEN 5 Cts. .GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cls.
HANDKERCHIEFS .All-Wool Plain Black BUNTING at 20 Cts.
at .
VICTORIA 10 Cts. Worth 35 Cts.
Gents' Balbriggan LAWNS Undervests at .. 6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts.
M., DOWNEYIs Worth 75 Cts. at 50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.
SPRING Worth 35
AND SUMMER ctb.
GOODS. THE BATTLE IN CONGRESS
BUTTON
) AND BAL, m
Onj is o
now Twenty Years ahead of competion. J, JL &.5 0
receiving in the ,
.J S5 Orders
by mail will receive
prompt attention, and carefully filled.
f :.
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CITY MART .. .1 ;.. ,.,...,,, ... ."; I, \ ... .f" 'CENTRE-. ..... STREET ;i..,4 ::>,i.l 1': ;.: Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,
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:JFIE1a.: ..t1. :D'J.N" : I" "A.I"' '"" f''&' *;*;*""'.rI ". H DRY GOODS CLOTHING

SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY :'n..i;.:': ,
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-OFFOREIGN '. .. :/j ,' '.": .,''f'"'" TTJY" 23, 1886.My .
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prices
".., ,, ... ,' .. S are positively below those or any house, and fully

AND DOMESTICiDRYeGOODS ..,,.':..''..'._..,. :.. .., ': ... .. c' .; ;{: tv.f',"', 1:5 to 2i per .eent. less than those oC credit
'. ,. "-., ,>."'''" ..dl.' ."'"t .:.' .,II"( .wr. :.'...-..,..". ;' J.....,'., "':1" .fJ.t:. 't='J" :" ;: H .eoneern. i want the allY
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j u.: ".''':jutrF .!rliw''tit, 9i.ia. ". -.. money down ; they give you thirty andO
',' ".. ..Ert: 'ii!f:'N'teT < ,.'.' sixty days in which to pay, and make for the
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up petty b
,. . \.. ..'. .'. f. .,* ,,{:tiv;' _4i/-. '. .. charging yonten years' compound interest. privilege Y
: And
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.. .. i.1 ..to.f' ..r.t ,' t To those who have not
', ,. 1ft >.f -: :" bought of me, I would ask
: : .. : ,..,' ,."". .... .: their inspection
.t \ .i'J'. r li1 ; ;. .r....;.:..:." to convince them that I give the BEST GOODS
.. for
the
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.1: CONSISTING IN PAST CHEAP FOR CASH AT W. J.
OF- LOHMAN'S.
:1VLCDEJ:

'J Piques, Victoria Laws, : :sass:: .. I
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.Plain dgflr
and. Dotted. Swiss Lawns -
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Tape Checks and Stripes, IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR. ".. .

Light Prints (Suitable for the Season 1 .' 't :l GENERAL INSURANCE
)
... ,- REAL ESTATE
Irish Linens, Table Cloths, ,, .

Towels, Napkins, Doileys, ( -AGE: :TT CCHARLES

Irish and Hamburg: Edgins, Jiff1DRY GOODS IN I 1886'1'\\1-! \\ I


Domestic Shirting, Sheeting, etc. t :.... .. V.
,., # ., .,- .. .- ... ... . .'D :'. "f.I:t.' fa .. HILLYER
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.3 ...' .'--A'. ICE. LINE orI' .- ,,, 'f _. ". ..... .. .. .'. ... 111. .; ..I, ,'....,,0;. -_ .:0: .":"' ...- .. '.. EEBNANDINA
; .. / it .. .' .\ ;i f #.'-' ,'1 i > i\ I. ; i: <. '/ ;I -1' .. v r''*':.". "r,;'"-.<.71A'.5J:' ,' ';l r.r w'o n .... .,: : :: .! ._ L : :.: ... ;, ..: FLORIDA.OFFICE .
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READY MADE L TIIING I'i '. : .'r. I.... f.".. .'..... : S. Wi CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.
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We ,*" .
have just '
Black Silk Alpaca Coat received from the North'and'East an. .. ;.:j"" .
S Immense itoci. of .. :\. i
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And New Styles Seersucker'. .Suits, ': DRY GOODS I CLOTHING, ;'; ,:;'i: :PLORID.A.: : : sma.VICJm.MALLORY'S : : : .

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1DA:BARGAm.' l: 1 .... .:
t. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes STEAMSHIP LINE !r


STRAW FUR HATS, and in fact a full line in every Department, of-the lE 'SEMI-WEEKLY: SAILINGS.-

-- LATEST DESIGNS; and as Ve are able to bUT

Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Misses' S -'r in bulk, we are prepared to offer same at

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nAIT R B : PRICES THAT DEFY { ,.
COMPETITION
:'AID t R i'C"KSP ) '";.:.. ,

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.A s. Bush business prevents our naming sro. ee'alties. ;.i.t':",<' ', .

All we ask is a trial Call and examine our stock .. rter.r.,;:H Ii" '; 1
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TRUNKS AND SATCHELS.And before purchasing elsewhere. / :. ; ;'.'r:" .f :,': ) .,"

'No trouble to show goods at MODE :EROS, !.' .t'I : J ,
a ....., .
great variety of other goods too j- .';': -
numerous to mention. -. :" ..' i
Thankful for favors I '._':. :-
past $ f \
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M. DOWNEY. .
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-FernandnaApril! ; i 10, 1880.- I '." .'r ..-." ?. '.- < .. : !

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.. .... .. This Line, having no Transfers between
SASH DOOR S. 1 ... York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST Fernandina and New
-AND'-- .' ,. ; '. .1 I FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
.
MODE ,.' .. PASSED.The traveling ACCOMMODATIONS public are offered'the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
BLINDS : : BRO'S'. TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE
'. connections at FERNANDINA with.FERNAv'DIV'A ; making close
,. & JACKSONVILLE
RAILROAD
for
JACKSONVILLE -
,
j and
thence
AT' .'.. JOHNS, OCKLA W AHA. by Steamers to all points on the ST.
FRED 'W. HOYT & GO'S. and INDIAN RIVERS:' and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
--- RAILROAD for ALL
,. ': 'crrc3'f .t, .. '1 ft PENINSULAR RAILROAD STATIONS for OCALA and ,GULF and PORTS OF FLORIDA;; and with the
with FLORIDA
Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. II LEADERS OF LOW for LAKE WEIR. TROPICAL' RAILROAD

XEX PAPER-75 CTS. PER 'DOZEN ,. 9 PRIGESj THROUGH BILLS 'OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.

tamp.Samples sent upon receipt of ::2-cen 4 If For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further.information, apply to
AddressFLORIDA
26 MIRROR, f R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,

... .; .., A'-Fernandina. ,- Fla.- ..: ... 'r"- ". Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. ; : C. H; MALLORY & CO., FERN NDINA, FLORIDA.
i' : : i Pier 20 East River, New York.

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.; GENERAL DIRECTORY.,. Sheriff-G.:W. Epperson;Lake) : MADISON COUNTY. : ::: ::!:':'::: .
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EI.US'i CIN'MANUFACTURER --"H' .
> t' Collector of Revenue-Bunberry County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Math .'."".: -- ,: .....::"C:):J ... .-. ,.''_ '" z""
United States Officers. Starke. son. OF -:; .. .. ::.-. -: .--' ... .
A f LAND OFFICE,GAINESVILLE. Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Sheriff S. A.:Parramore, Madison. .0. o:::'0:::.:-:;tJ: ...'....I.e' I ,! L....t:..,..'1.\,''
Butler. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron ... ... 'ltT
t'' : .Reguter-t. A.arnes'Gainesville. Clerk-John M. Beggsl Madison Ware :_=w .r'
Receiver-John F. Rollins; Gainesville BREVARD COUNTY. ..' Superintendent of Schoo18-Samuel J. Perry., _;;== fc.=.* .
County Judge-James A. AND DEALER INPARL r- 2 I.-3 en
.1t 94 Surveyor-General-J.. F. McClellan. Point. Madison. =-::":: =:.:rHS :: :: \.--
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'! County. easurer-S. S. Smith, Madison.Collector = 3'= *
5. DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, of Revenue=B. V. Wads worth, R rrI B &d K T TV2JIII -.. Ji o: :S PP r .
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t J"uety -Thomas Settle, Jacksonville' Sheriff : English, Madison. : :: --... ..-..
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: t '' Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J.F. Reed, -r.- -- S .t
1 MANATEE COUNTY. --v- .
.;II l Clerk, ;-Philip-Walter, Jacksonville.: Superintendent of Schools:-John : > ifr "-, c'= = -:. c.0 't! ,
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t + REVENUE. City. Point. County Judge-,-John G."Webb, Manatee. ::! -= ::- -S
INTERNAL : 'CALHOUN, Clerk-Robert S.'Griffith, Manatee. I =, r-- "..
; .' 'Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Sheriff-A. Watson; Pine Level. --r. .:P'... --.-.S .-... &i
; County Judge William Clark. Collector =.0 ": a'err :" :;:::7
r COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton,
Clerk-James S. Famjin. : 2 tJr. :
';; Win. A. Mahoney, Fernandina.. Fon. ..; ... t C: -
S. Stone. .
Edwin Higgins,'Jackson ville. Sheriff Treasurer-J.Joseph P. Richards. Superintendent of'&/iools-Felix' J. Seward,, ".""". ..-...::.=.... .< 4.
Pine Level.: CD :: :::
John F. House St. Augustine. 0 0
Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Uy c.;;
MARION COUNTY. zm7
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Superintendent of Schools-W. G. -O rq(O r3Oa _
a State Om ers. County Judge-J. H-Williams, Ocala. :a '3
CLAY COUNTY. ,0 :; cC1: t 'o
Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala.
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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J.- T. Sheriff E. T. Williams Ocala. F red? ;;-__Ijo F
,:Park. _, Collecor of Revenue W. P. Trantham a oCDe o en -.....
Governor-Edward A. Perry,Tallahassee. 1 c'a
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Clerk-G. Green :-
p' Milton H. Ocala. n .
a Lieutenant- G.overn Mabry, -.t'1
Leesburg. Sheriff-James' W. DeWitt, Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne, 5 .- >:':: () -
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',. 'd Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. ; :: >r '
Collector Revenue -W. J. '
of a MONROE COUNTY. ; M
lahassee. 7y
,,: Comptroller W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. McRae.Superintendent of Schools-Geo. County Judge- Chas. S.. Baron, Key West. Of the Latest and Most Approved' .Patterns. .o o<,":=a _=.0 OOi

a Treasurer-E. S. Cri1l.J.UorneyGeniraJ.C. ., COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-PeterT. Knight; Key\West. '==' 5'g. 0 tl:: Q

: ; ." M. Cooper. Tallhaassee. -, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. COOKKG UTENSILS OF ALL I KINDS, :_:. + County Judge-W., M. Ives, Jr., Collector of Revenue-Mason. S. Moreno,. 0.- :_:: -0.r.n 'oJ..........
t'-,, Commissioner of,Lands-.C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake Key West. LIFT AND FORCE -=' o.... ? !CD.Z.

+:F Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff G. P. Farwell, Lake Superintendent of Schools. -J; V. Harris,Key PUMPS, 05-; "o 2oo .., Z
tin Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, West. lei .oao. ... q
&djutant-General-David Lang. Superintendent of Schools W. A. NASSAU COUNTY.: WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Q. :::':;1 .

4'lit. SUPREME COURT. Lake City. DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY S..tj 3 _":.J.. tj;: ...
DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- ... oc
5 :+ Chief Justice.-Geo. G. McWhorter. dina. :i .<: "=" hf5
Y Associate Justice George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina. AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. ::: 0 _Q.0 ;;.UJ
hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. TIN for Tin _Z-:03.--: _...... W
Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Gutters promptly filled. C)
Associate JusticeR. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Win. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-'Vm. H. Garland, Fer- Wind Mills for pumping water or running -.<9::: (JJ ;;. >
Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan.
fit. + Jacksonville. Wilson Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue=Charles nandina. light machinery promptly erected on order. ? ;=. ::: "en.,.. ...-... m ,
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Clerk-D. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer- Church. Factory and School Bells for sale I 1 .: 'i""ZTHE
tisn CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. at a bargain.

First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge William A. Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, 59*Stoves at Wholesale Price?.
sacola. sonville. Evergreen. All goods delivered at the various trans

fir, {'1 Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahassee. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, County T TreasureeGustav Stark, Fernan- portation stations within the city free of FLORIDA
t Sheriff Henry D. Holland. dina. charge. All sales for cash. .

; Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. ORANGE COUNTY. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY

4 r f4 1 Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. L. Orlando. Fernandina Fla.. rpOWN
County Judge-J. Bryan, July 12, 1884.
ville. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando.
#rv* Fifth Circuit-Thomas- F., King, Gaines: Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- i Fernandina,
alv v
r MACHINES
I ville. Superintendent of Schools' lando. JLJM:: ,

,- ,' Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. I cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks,, Towns on R. R. Line.
Circuit-E. K. Foster Sanford.
r Seventh ,
Iffi ESCAMBIA. Orlando. 1' ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES,

+',,, $4 ;F County Judge Walter Tate. Sutveyor-J. 0. Fries M1, Orlando. And, Cedar Key., .
Curt Calendar. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO ,

FIRST CIRCUIT. SheriffJoseph'Vilkins.TreasurerJ. POLK. s
Fail Term- S. Leonard. :-
County Judge-J..A. Former.
',?.. ;-.? Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Clerk-S. J. Pearce. and Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
of
Walton 4th Monday in October. Schools-N. B. A every description,
Superintendent of
; Sheriff W. H. Jonson.
Fit a'' Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th MondayIn FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. MThkM TS for for any sale.Sewing Machine, number of the most eligible and desirable

October. Collector Revenue-J. D. Tillis.
d of
t: Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. of Schools John Lots, suitable for Business
Superintendent Snoddy. at moderate Purposes, or for
in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. .1J'2J' Old Machines repaired

'4 Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd' PUTNAM COUNTY. prices. City or Suburban Residences,
October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Probate T.S. HENRY HOBEIN,
Judge of Hough ton Palatka.
Escambia, Monday in December. Collector ofRevenne-George A. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. Corner Third and Ash Streets,
r IIfc
Superintendent of Schools-Henry 8 Fernandina, Fla. UPON EASY TERMS.
Febk Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka.
GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
',,a Spring Term. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

't S. 3 F,T THIRD CIRCUIT. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE
,
C 'i Spring Term. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
::l :? Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY.
';+ kE ; Tarlor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in; Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. MERCHANT

A Collector of Revenue-R.M. Sheriff ft. A. Tucker, Perry. pOMMISSION rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
in
2d
i Madison, Monday April. Superintendent of Schools-G. E. L. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. -AND-
r Hamilton 4th Monday in April. erty purchased substantial
improvements
Superintendent of Schools T. J. Faulkner
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a a Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry.County. Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
in April. residence or in which conduct
i their
Mclnnis Gregory.'I
County Judge-Samuel Treasurer. S. Sutton,Perry. .
Columbia after 4th
In ', 3d.' Monday 'Monday. Clerk-J.:M. Caldwell,'Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. BY THE CARGO, business.*'

"" t1: t April. 6th after4th Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper., Collector of Revenue-J..B. Hardee, Perry.
Lafa.y'eltt Tuesday; Monday I Collector of'Revenue John H. SANTA ROSA. For Domestic ,or Export Trade,
Superintendent of Schools J. INDUCEMENTS:\ TO MANUFACTURERS -
% Fall Term- Jasper. County Judge= 36nn'Chain. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

1q.(' 1 Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.,... by exemption for a term of years from
October. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.
.1 Madison 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams. J G. RUSSELL, 31. D., taxation, offered by the several cities and
Is :'' Hamiltpn, 4th-Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .

Suwannee Monday'after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. A. Jennings, JOHN'S COUNTY. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, towns. Apply to

);; k in October. %" .'t Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King; East of the Tourist Hotel, CHAS. W. LEWIS,
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of<-Taxes-J. F. Shands, County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
xille. FERNANDINA, FLA. Fernandina.
f October.
a' tine.ClerkBartolo
; ;
+ :,I','. .';, Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th. Monday Superintendent of Schools-W. C. F. Oliveros, Augustine. Office Hours-8 to 10 a. m.,.1 to 3 p. m., 6 $ F Office, Dnryee building (up stairs)
tip a
,f tiS a: i} in October. man, Floral City.- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, StAiigustiiieCollector to 9 p. m. corner Centre and First streets.SEA .
FOURTH CIRCUIT I of Revenue ::Joseph' F. Llambias,
Term HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Augustine. '. .. S
+ Spring St. Johns,'2d Tuesday<- March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. I, Superintendent of Schools-II I-Peter S. Ann au, W. FRASER: .
;, t. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St.Augustine. "
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. ,
J. P. Martin I HOMEOPATHIC AND :HYDROPATHIC
Sheriff Tampa.
SUMTER
COUNTY.
Bradford; 1st Tuesday in April.
i PHYSICIAN
i + r"* Baker, 2d Tuesday in April, Collector ,of Revenue W. J. I County Judge-J. R. Steele, I..eesburg, ,
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April.: HOLMES.- i Clerk-C.M.'Knott/Sl1 Has permanently located at Fernandina,

Duval 1st Tuesday in May. ,. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sheriff F. Galloway, Sumterville. and offers his professional services to the FOAM J
people of this place and surrounding country.
Fall Term- Collector :
Clerk T. H. Pitman. I of Revenue I. N. Withers, Lees-
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. burg. Diseases of children a specialty.,
Hotel.
9.Can be found the Tourist
J4. Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Superintendent of Schools-G. F. Venable, at
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William I Sumterville.r ALL FIRST-CLASS

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools- SUWANEE COUNTY. JAMES McGIFFIN,

c.' ,:. Nassau., 3d Tuesday in October. JACKSON. County Judge-M., W.Phillips, Live Oak. torekeeo nowlccp it for SaIB
.r :, Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.

CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. I

Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. : Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
;; ,. Sumter, Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. THE BEST .
'i ;' % Marion,''4tli"Tuesday "March.: Collector Treasurer-James E. Hcarn. Superintendent of Schools-A._ Mizzell, FERNANDINA, FLA.
,1 Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in" of Revenue-John B. .
? Superintendent of Schools Samuel Baking i Pftwdei1
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Marche'Levy'.5; S VOLUSIA COUNTY. Orders and estimates from a distance care-

,' 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- fully attended to. 25-t

March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, .
Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. R. S. SCHUYLERARCHITECT,

in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise.
s +
n
k. .t 1 Fall Term-
$e' I Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. .-
Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B:F.;: Fox, New
Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. TO PARENTS.Many I
Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. ticello.. FOR BUILDING OF ALL

t Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. WAKULLA COUNTY. DESIGNS with Plans, Details, Specifications to health baking, and while powders are one very regards pernIcious his
? every
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after' 4th Tuesday ticello. County Judge-R. Smith. and Snperintendence.W. own he should also have a care for the.tender
T : in November. Sheriff Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. ones-the little children. '
v' SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. K.. BATJKNIGHTV I

i Spring Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, AGENT, SEA FOAM 1f 1
Orange 4th in C. S. .
r ,. Monday January. Sheriff Weathersby.
't ct t t Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL contains none of the bad qualities of baking (
powderssodaIngredientno saleratus. It contains no
i:@ Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C. BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, hurtSul or alum or ammonia.SCIENTIFIC. ..I.
Dade,3d Monday in April. Troy. Collector of Ret'enue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- ANDDealer

TermOrange t: County Treasurer-A. L. Mo ville. in Ice 1
Monday in August. Troy. WALTON.
i4 Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, TENNESSEE_. BEEF A SPECIALTY All Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam f,
Brevard.4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. commend it. Housekeepers who have used it
Dade 2d in Clerk-D. G. McLeod. BROOM STREET WHARF, will have no other. Cooks, whose best efforts b
r ; Monday November. LEON COUNTY.County Sheriff -John C. McSween. l-ft FERNANDINA. FLA. have failed with other powders. are jubilant
Treasurer-James over Sea Foam. Saves-ri'me,saves labor,saves !>
E. Bowers.
Judge-E. M. West is
,, County Officers.ALACHUA. money.
Sheriff John A. Pearce, Collector of Ret'enue-'V. B.McLeod. It is positively unequaled.' Absolutely pure. ir
Clerk--C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gnnn. TOURIST HOUSE Used by:) : the leading hotels and restaurants tr
' County Judge-Junius C..Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry in New York city and throughout the country.For .
ville. Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. sale by all first-class grocers.
FERNANDINA FLA.NEWLY .
i i w Clerk-J. A.Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly County Judge Wm. B. Jones. ;
y Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Retenue-C.. Clerk-D. D. :Melvin.\ GAHTZ,,'JONES & CO.,

k 1 ;l'' r; Collector of Revenue-H.C. DentonGaines- hassee. Sheriff S. W. Davis. 6rNOWOPENGI 1V6 Duane St., N. Y. A:
i ville. Treasurer-Thomas
T LEVY COUNTY. J. Miller.
1y t, Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco Collector of Rez.'enue.-John! Roche.
; Gainesville. Bronson. Superintendent FURNISHED AND PAINTED
Schools Bush.
of -Henry
'
Sheriff W. H. First-class -
Bigham
r accommodations.
BAKER oom."TY.County tV .A. KTTIESIDTO : :
1 4 Collector of Revenue W. H. AI
!1 e ti" Judge-T. B'. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendeiit. COTTAGE TERMS:: $2.00 PER DAY. BUY FOR CASH,
Clerk-F.
h J; Pons, Sr.; Sanderson. of Schools-Jas., P. LUCY ,

Sheri Collector-J.of W.R.evenue-J.Vanbuskirk W.,Bnrnsed Sanderson., San: Bronson. LIBERTY. Seventh-Sfc, near'Egmont Hotel l,. month.y-Special* arrangements by. the week or White Egret and Heron Skins, A

5. derson.
l County Judge-R. F.-Hosford. W. G. ELLENWOOD In AddressIEWISOHIT
Superintendent of' Sir/wok Wrn. Lessene FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Large Quantities.
? ti ; '''Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. 10 Proprietor.
, # ylSanderson : : & CO., _
D. G.
Harrell.
Sheriff
''k t BRADFORD COUNTY.County .. 1 Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished,with .
227 Pearl Street, New York.FOR
Treas'Urt'T-J. '
E.
Roberts. ; )
) ; without
board. Table. Boarders will be NOTE-HEADS
Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Ret'enue-L. G. Wilder. '. BILL-HEADS. LET- T
Cleric-Henry F.York, Lake Butler. ; also transient: ; ; : etc., neatly printedat FINE PRINTING. SEND YOUR
Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. in
r .i 2 :Miss: LUCY O. THOMPSON. the :MIRROR\ office. to the MIRROR office. 1
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. LAXES: I I EST ..nLI HED: 1875. Savannah- ,Florida&:Western R'y. Interlachen.- ._......... 1.22 a m 7.12pm

L Ar. J,T & K W,,June.... 7.40 a ra 5.10 pm
Master's Sale. .. WAYCROSslmORT :LIKE. Ar. Palatka.-...........;... 7.40 a ra '4.55.pm

DRUGS MEDICINES Ar.Jacksonville..........
anHORSEY : 1.22 p In 7.12pm
VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE-
BY andsale issued out of the Cir- ] JEWELRY STORE [ All trains of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE
((90th) Meridian time which is 33 -
minutes
cuit Court for the Fourth Judicial Court of slower than Jacksonville For Ocala, Leesburg-... ..:...:....;) Fast 3foC
Florida, in and for Nassau county, in chan- i* .*. *i & CO. time. For Pemberton's Ferry ............ V '

cery, in 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 Holidavs fine. ON Trains Sunday will, May 3d, 1885, For Palatka.............") Ex.Sun. ......-..;...

and Benjamin Upton and George A. assortment of Solid and Rolled1EWELR follows leave and arriveas For Jacksonville......-> ............ .......;.........
:
Arnold doing business under the name and =| PHARMACISTS i= NEW ORLEANS EXPBESS. For St. Augustine...... 3.OOam 2.05pm
.
style of Upton & Arnold, and George W. : : TRAINS ARRIVE
Bryce are defendants, I. will sell at public YLadies Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m AT GAINESVILLE.
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............ ) Fast Mail
before the court-house door in the city of and Gentlemen's Centre Street Arrive Callaahn daily! at............ 8:08 a m Frra Astor and Leesb'rg ............ }[ ......_...._

Fernandina, in said county, on' the first Arrive at Waycross daily at,..........10:00 a m From Ocala............... ............ 3.05pm
1886 third FERNANDINA' Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 m From palatka........... Ex. Sun. ..............
in May, being the day Gold Silver FLORIDA p
of Monday said month, during, the usual hours of Watches, Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......_ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville....}} ......-...... ......_......
Arrive at Chattahoocb.ee daily at... 3:50 From St.Augustine.- 9.30pm 12.45pm
sale the following property, to-wit: All p m
constantly on hand a fine assort-
that certain steam saw mill at or'near CLOCKS, OF ALL BINDS, KEEP of FRESH and Arrive at Pensacola daily at.1005 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.
PURE FOR- Arrive at Mobile daily at... .......... 2:40
;
Brandy Branch, in Nassau county, Florida, EIGN and DOMESTIC a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta-
on the line of the Florida Transit Railroad, Silver in Large Variety, Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m tula, etc.:

which was recently run and operated byEager Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg..........................10.30 a m
& Murray, and Benjamin Eager, Drugs and Chemicals cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45 pm
called the Tolu Mill, together with the engines -- ; SPECTACLES.- cola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only-afternoon -

boilers, machinery and appurtenances Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- trip :
REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT wick take
to the same attached or belonging, and this train, arriving at Brunswick Leaves Leesburg................,......... 5.20 p m
also certain tracks, tramways and roads REASONABLE RATES. Proprietary and Fancy Goods, via B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m.
Pullman
belonging to and used in connection with Buffet Sleeping Cars on this

said mill for the purpose of supplying the No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. FINE TOILET ARTICLES, and train New, Savannah Orleans. to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .

same with logs, and all the right, title, Palatka with
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Jacksonville, Tampa &
privilege and interest of the said S. B. Hub- .259* Call and examine my stock. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., to Cincinnati via Jesup. Key West Railway and fast river steamers
&Co. in and to the laud which the
bard on Pullman for St. Augustine Green Cove
Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- Spring, Jack-
said mill is located, and surrounding the WM- LAKE, IN GREAT VARIETY. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST sonville, 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. 1 Physicians' Prescriptions MAIL. Florida; also with the new twin-screw iron

include the property purchased by the saidS. Fernandina Nov. 14 1885. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30: p ra steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship
B. Hubbard & Co. at a sale made at Fer- reasonable prices. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:00 m "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.

1883, by J. A. Ellermann, receiver, undera Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m Mail trains make close connection both
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, n QUEER IN QUEERS! 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............... 6:38: p m Line-Fast Mail. ".
A. D. 1883, by said Ellermann, receiver, Florida Railway Navigation Co Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m At Wait's Crossing with Florida Railway

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.At .
bard & Co.against the said Benjamin Eager ALONG clouded life of ours there is no Arrive at Washington,D.C., daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &

and others. R. B. ARCHIBALD, joy so pure, no triumph so complete, no THE KEY LINE;, Arrive at New York daily at........ 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savan-

Special Master. success so fraught with rapture, as the mul- CENTRAL (90TH MERIDIAN) TIME. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, nah, New Orleans, and all points North
March 10, 1886. 6w titudes of people have to admire at the Savannah to New York without change.EAST East and West; and with Florida Railway

SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 22 1886. FLORIDA EXPRESS. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key
,
Notice.* 10 and 25 Cents Store, -- Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa.At .
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Ocala, with Florida Railway & Navi-
NOTICE Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m
meeting of the County Commissioners in its various lines of daily bargainssuchas "a" means A. M. time "p" means P. M. time. Leave at Callahan daily at........,.... 8:35: p m gation Company, and hacks for Silver

held Wednesday, April 7th, the Glassware, Notions, Novelties, Hardware, Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m Spring.
made in the bound- Read down. Read At Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake
following changes were House-furnishing Goods, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs up. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.55 :
aries of the election districts of Nassau 8.00 a a:i Lv Jacksonville..........Ar H 7.30 p p m Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
Stationery, and hundreds of useful 8.45 a Lv Baldwin...-; :,:.......Ar % 6.46 p Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm and
county, as designated hereafter. articles. Nothing sold above 25 cents.\ 10.10 ... Lv Lake Railway, boats on ,Lake Harris for
a. City.Ar m 5.15 p Arrive at Waycross daily at.........10:55 p m *
PRECINCT NO. 6. Old Post-Office building, Second street, 10.57 a og Lv Live Oak..............Ar o 4.27 p Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55: a m points At on lake. .
near Centre. 11.53 a S.2 Lv Madison"..............Ar ga:: 3.27 p Arrive Thomasville Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
at daily at...... 7:15 a m
Commencing at Port Henry, on the St.Iary's SMITH & CARROLL.N. 12.15 211 p p =Sg-S Lv Lv Tallahassee.l.Ionticello..Ar..........Ar IIQ 2 :g: 1.50 1.05 p p Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m for Tampa Brooksvilla, and South, Tuckertown Florida. Fort Dade

river, thence up the St. Mary's riverto B-Also Agents for all kinds of Show- 3.12 p >;g Lv Qumcy.......-.........Ar p.g-q 11.59 a Arrive! at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m I O. W. BROMWELL:
the mouth of the Little St. Mary's river, Cases, at factory prices. 16 4.00 p to.- Ar River Junction......Lv P (II 11.10 a Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 a m I ,
thence u the Little St. Mary's river to the 4.55 p o-'- Ar Marianna............Lv :=P* 10.49 a Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 m General Pass.Agent..
intersection 1- of the line between and 7.00 p "3 Ar DeFuniak Springs..Lv 'g 8.40 a p SHERMAN CONANT,
range 24 ? Arrive at Savannah daily at..... .... 6:20
a m
SOMETHING NEW 10.35 p'ga: Ar Pensacola.............Lv 5-3 5.05 a General Manager.
25, thence south along said range line to 3.10 a .::=":1 Ar Mobile..................Lvraq 12.20 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m
township line between Townships 2 and 3 8.15 a M-S Ar New Orleans..Lv mo 7.00 p Arrive at Washington daily..10:30 a m

N., thence along Boggy Swamp and river to 6.50 a 01 :D;: Ar Montgomery..........Lv g 8.40 p Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's
the old Ford near Mr. Peter Green's place, 7.25Pa: g Ar Nashville.....,.....Lv -& 6.55 a Guide.
| THE e LATESMiOVELTY *] Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
thence following the public road in & north 1.40 a *A AI'Evansville..Lv :?*+ 1.00 a
8.00 a tsS:;j Ar St.Louis..Lv 3 9. 7.15 p Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading
easterly direction to the ford on McQueen'sswamp 2.20 a .::= c: Ar Louisville............Lv ft g 1.00 a ,Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of information -
'
thence down McQueen's swamp -INWINDO'V 6.35 a o Ar Cincinnati..Lv 3;j 8.45 p Connections at Atlanta with Western and to the traveling public. To be relia-
to Waterman's old field, thence by the pub- 9.45 a -g Ar Indianapolis.........Lv Q 3.50 P
lic road to Port Henry to place of beginning. SHADES. 10.55 a Z Ar Chicago................Lv ;? 3.45 p Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and ble, it should be correct The managers of
Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Georgia Railroads for all points West and the different railroad and steamer lines will

PRECINCT NO. 8. Baggage checked through. Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so

MADE READY TO HANG. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- by notifying us of changes made in the run
Commencing at the intersection of the ALL 3 feet wide by 6 feet long; Nickle Central and Southern Divisions Quick Line, ville to Louisville via Thomasville. ning time, when they will be promptly cor
line 3 N. R.24 and 25 East thence
township
Trimmed, Stop-Spring Roller, good grade of North and East. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville rected.
west to the St. :Mary's river thence down
; and Nashville Railroad for New
Holland, with handsome Pull-Down, at the FERNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE BRANCH.
the St. Mary's river to Camp ,Pinkney ; low ofBST" Orleans and Texas points and the West and
thence along Alachua trail to its intersectionwith astonishingly price (DAILY'EXCEPT UNDAY.) Northwest. At Savannah with Central TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.

the Little St. Mary's river thence" FIFTY CENTS EACH.- 7.20 a 2.50 p Lv Fernandina....Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p
; &U Railroad of Georgia for all points West and Day Passenger Train leaves-
8.45 a 4.35 p ArJacksonville..Lv 9.45 a 5.10 p
along the Little St. Mary's river eastwardly These Shades in different Colors- I Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail- For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and
come SUNDAYS ONLY.
( )
to the township line between Ranges 24 and for all North with
points steamshipsfor all Transit
Drab, Brown, Olive, Green, etc. ..... way points on Road10.00 a.m.
3.30 Lv Fernandina 6.56
25 East thence along said township line 7.00 a p Ar 10.36 a p
; New York, Boston and Baltimore. At ForSavannah and all points North
8.26 a 4.56 Ar Jacksonville..Lv 9.10 a 5.30
South to point of beginning. The voting -ALSO- p p Charleston with steamships for New York and West................................10.00a.m.
place of Precinct No. 8 is at Hilliard's. A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Philadelphia and Baltimore, (connecting at Callahan.)

PRECINCT NO. 9. between Jacksonville and Orlando and Jacksonville Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
On Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Roller. and New Orleans. and Steamship connections, and Baggage points on the Florida Central &

Commencing at the mouth of Boggy Across the Curtain, about nine inches from CONNECTIONS: Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths Western Railroad...................10.00 a.m.
Creek, on Nassau river, thence up Boggy 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.)
Creek near the ford of the King's Road at nine inches This Shade sell for Astor's 84 street and at De-
Building Bay
deep. we Palatka and all landings; at St. Catherine with Day Passenger Train arrives-
the intersection of Township line 3 North, Office and board
Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, pot Ticket on People's
between Ranges 24 and 25 East ;thence west $& SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACH, Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburg Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
. along said township line to Alachua trail ; : all Complete, with Handsome Pull-Down. with steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, JENNIE LANE. all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m
thence by the Alachua trail to the range Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida JAS. L. TAYLOR. From Savannah and all points in
line No. 23 thence following the line 1 JT.. KYDD. Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Orlando the North and West................ 3.55p.m.
; range : General Passenger Agent.R. .
with South Florida Railroad for all pointson
From Tallahassee Pensacola. and
south to the base line; thence by the base their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat G. FLEMING, Superintendent. : ,
line to the boundary line of Duval for Gull all points on the Florida Central
county ; CT. A. RYDER Company, coast points,including Tarpon
thence by dividing line between Duval ;, Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc. I & Western Railroad................. 3.55p.m.Night .

and Nassau counties to the mouth of-Boggy -PRACTICAL- Florida Southern Railway CO. Passenger Train leaves-

Creek to the place of beginning. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. For Wildwood........................... 5.00p.m.
BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHTCORNER Tourists by this Route can reach nearly every important ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING For Savannah and all points North

PRECINCT NO. 10. point in Florida,which can be and West................................. 5.00 p.m.
Commencing at St: Mary's river at Town- BROOME AND SECOND STS. said of no other Line.
SOUTH. (connecting at Callahan.)
The most direct route to all points North, East
ship lines between 2 and 3 North ; thence and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most Accom. Fast Mail. Night Passenger Train arrives-
cast along said township line to to intersec- I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. Daily ex.Sun. Daily From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and

tion of Alachua trail; thence southwest and all work entrusted to my care i Read down. Read up. Lv. Jacksonville, via all points on the Transit Road. 9.458.m.

along said trail to Range line No. 23; thence promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work care I 9.00 p ......... Lv New York..Ar ......... 8.00 a J. T. & K.W.R'y.................. 7.45am From Savannah and all points in
south line done reasonable rates. WoodWork 12.20 ......... Lv Philadelphia ...Ar ......... 4.40 a
by Range No. 23 to base line fully at p -
; .. ... Lv. St. Augustine:via the North and West................. 9.45 a.m.
4.10 p ......... Lv Baltimore .. ...Ar ...... 1.30 a
thence base in all its branches
line of at
by to Crosby's Bay : thence:: living prices 6.00 a ......... Lv Washington..Ar ........11.56 p St. John's Rail way................. 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
o Deep Creek; thence down Deep Creek to 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 all points on Florida Central &

is month. a {Specialty. 3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston... ..Ar ......... 1.53 a Ar.Interlachen............ 6.30pm 10.50am Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m.
8.47 p ......... Lv CincinnatL..Ar......... 6.50 a Wait's ..... 7.55 11.31
PRECINCT NO.11. 3.30 ......... Lv Atlanta..Ar ........10.45 a Ar. Crossing. p m a m
stainedor p FERNANDINA fe JACKSONVILLE R. K.
voting place of Precinct No. 11 will be PFurniture repaired, repainted, 7.01 p ......... Lv Savannah.......Ar 1.25 p 8.45 p Ar. Rochelle.........;...... 8.40 pm 12.00 n'n
at the Public School-house, at Mr. Nathan varnished. Wire Safes made to order at 10.20 a 4.15 p Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.00 a 3.55 p Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 p m 12.20 p m Train leaves daily, except SundayFor

Fourakers, Sr., situated near the bridge short 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 Jacksonville........................ 7.20 a. m.

across Brandy Branch, on the old Alachuatrail share of the public patronage solicited. 12.20p 8.30 p Lv Jacksonville.-Ar 6.15 a 2.35 p I Ar. Micanopy ..............12.50 a m 12.50 p m For Jacksonville ........................ 2.50 p.m.

,situated in Section 28,T. 1 S.,R.23 E. Respectfulh'J. 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-

By order of the County Commissioners.J. A. RYDER. 1.40p 9.35p Lv Baldwin......._Ar 5.05a 1.19p Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville....................11.00 a. m.

A. EDWARDS, 2.36p 10.42 p Ar Lawtey.............Lv 3.46 a 12.18 p I Ar. Lcesburg.............. 7.00am 3.55pm From Jacksonville.......:................ 6.36p.m.
SEA-ISLAND ROUTE.THE 2.55 a 11.07 p Ar Starke..............Lv 3.10 a 1L56 p ......... Sundavonly-
County Clerk Nassau County. i Lv. Leesburg.............. ... 4.00 pill
3.25 a 1L45 p Ar Waldo..Lv 2.30 a 11.08 a From Jacksonville ....................10.36 a.m,
Fernandina. 8th 1886. Ar. Pemberton's ............ 7.00pm
Fla.,April 4.25 a......... Ar Gainesville......Lv ........10.05 a Ferry:
5.16 to Ar Archer..........Lv J 9.11 a From Jacksonville..................... 6.56 p.m.
p Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.
NOTICE. 5.49 ArBronson....._..Lv & 8.36 a
KEY LINE STEAMER, 7.50 a p Ar Cedar Key..Lv. 6.40 a & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30p.m.
ON THE 29TH DAY OF MARCH, A. 4.15 p 12.48 a Ar Hawthorne.......Lv 1.35 a 10.20 a ; Ar. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.45pm
1886, I will offer for sale, to the highest 5.53 p ......... Ar Silver Spring-Lv ......... 8.47 p i Lv. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.55pm MALLORY LINE.
bidder, at my office in Fernandina, for 6.15 p 2.40 a Ar Ocala........::.:...Lv 11.15 p 8.34 a Ar. Altoona................. ............ 5.30 p m For New York direct, every Wednesdayand
the benefit of all concerned, all the property 7.28 p 4.25 a A Wildwood..Lv 9.34 p 7.26 a Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45pm Saturday evening.
9.05 p ....._. Ar Panasoftkee..._.Lv ......... 6.40 a
specified and conveyed to me in trust, by 11.10 p ......... Ar Withlacoochee.Lv ........ 5.30 a Lv. Fort Mason...........10.00 a m 5.00 p m From New York direct, every Tuesdayand
deed of conveyance dated the 11th day of 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.
April, A. D. 1884 executed by the Florida 8.25 p 5.45 a Ar Tavares............Lv 8.25 p 6.30 a Ar. Tavares...............10.40 a m 5.30 p m
Tow9Improvement Company and recorded 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.
>n office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, ST. NICHOLAS ........._ 1.40 p Ar Tampa ...__......Lv ..._... 6.00 p GOING NOBTH. Steamer St. Nicholas leaves Savannah ;

Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and ;, LIMITED EXPRESS. Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays; leaves

for Nassau County, in record book "U" CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. 8.30 a ........ .Jacksonville..Ar ......... 4.23 p Daily. Fast Kail. Ferdina Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Pages 95; and 96 the said 8.53 a ......... Lv ...White House.Ar......... 3.58 p Daily. arrival of train from Jack-
been property having 9.10 a ......... Ar Baldwin...........Lv......... 3.38 p Lv. Astor .................._ ............ 7.30am upon morning
offered taken for into sale possession by of me the, and now RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 p m 8.40 a m sonville.
of in pursuance provisions days and Saturdays at 5.10 p. m.,connecting with Lv. :Altoona.............._ 8.50 a m CUMBERLAND ROUTE.
!in bonds said deed. Terms cash, or payable the elegant steamships of the :Mallory Line, sailing Lv. Tavares................ 3.50 p m 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Bruns- '
of the companv as directed in the semi-weekly for New York direct. wick daily at............................ 2.30
trust deed. regularly between Fernandina Lv. Eustis.. ................. 4.20 p m 9.15 a m p.m.
SAM'L. A. SWANN
PLYING SEA ISLAND ROUTE. : (connecting at Brunswick with i
Savannah the Ar. at Fort Mason from
Trustee. upon following Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and E. T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand E
Fernandina, Fla., February 26th, 1886. 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 Fort :Mason from Steamer Thos. Bruns-
Above sale postponed until Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, upon arrival of train 'from Jacksonville arriving at Savannahthe Astor....................... 9.40 a m Collyerfrom
April 5th, following morning. Leave Savannah :Mondays wick daily at..........................12.15 p.m.
18S6.SAM'L. morning train from Jacksonville, arrivingat Wednesdays and Fridays, reaching Lv. Fort Mason............ 9.50 a m
A. SWANN p.in. ST. MARTS RIVER.
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Savannah the following mornings. Fernandina following a. m. Connections at Ar.'Leesburg............... 10.35 a m
Trustee. LEAVE SAVANNAH every Monday. Savannah with all rail lines, and with Ocean 7.00 Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- ,
a m
Above Wednesday and Friday evenings reaching Steamship and Boston and Savannah vessels to Lv. Pemberton's Ferry For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday 1
sale until ,
postponed
April 12th Monday, 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.
1886.SAMUEL A. SWANN Connections at Savannah with all rail dina with trains for all Florida points. Ex.Sun. For St. :Marys and Dungeness, on

Trustee., 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 For.St. Mary's and,King's Ferry,

Above sale postponed, until Monday, and Boston, and at Fernandina with trains Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. Ar. Ocala....................10.30 p m 12.25 p m : :Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.
April 19th, 1886.SAMUEL for all Florida points.A. Collyer. leaves at 2.00 p.m.A. o. MACDONELL,' Ar. Micanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 p m I Steamer Martha arrives

A. SWANN, o. MACDONELL, General Passenger and Ticket Agent Jacksonville Ar. Rochelle............... 3.35 a nt 2.35 p m .I From St. Marys and Crandall on

Trustee.THE" Gen. Pass.& Tkt. Agt., Fla. Lv. Rochelle................ 3.50 a m 2.40 p m Monday and Thursday............- 7.00 8.m.
Fernandina, Fla. D..E. MAXWELL, Gen.Sup't. Ar.. Gainesville.............,4.20 a m 3.05pm From St. Marys and Dungeness,
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MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING D. MAXWELL, Lv. Gainesville.......... 3.00 a m 2.05 p m on'Wednesday and Saturday. n.m
In is noted for the artistic manner General Superintendent. ADVERTISERS I send Geo.for our P.Rowell Select List& Co.of Lv. Rochelle............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, .

which it executes all kinds of Printing. Fernandina, Fla. .. 10 Spruce Street New pers.York. Ar. Wait's CrOssing...... 4.40 a m 3.24 p m Tuesday and Friday.. .............. 2.00 p.m

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THE .FLORIDA: MIRROR: APRIL ,17 1886.: .
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t The Public School. the assembled,crowd. ...He was, in his happiest MAB ./JI J- I Notice.
THE FLORIDA MIRROR ,' ',' "
;, ., mood and elaborated the subject j of >..;* *'-- *w i., The City" Tax Collector's office will he at E.
Port of Fernandina.
LAYING THE CORNER' STOKE WITH MASONIC r O. Friend's Third and Centre streets
store.
;Jl # -, CEBEMONlESV : ,j''. -education. ;-in. an.,.. ..eloquent'.... mann'er.He.- .: of impressed HIGH. WATER.. '. until further'notice.Ot S. OAKES ,

... ;. ," ,'.oo.A. YEAR. ; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHSReflections. ,,Ins hearerSjwbo.compriseQ i; the; best Saturday. APrlL!17.:....:;1...:,7:06'i-x.-:: 7:36-' P. M.Sunday . Collector., .-:
The corner stone to the new public school 18."......-. :..- 7 .".'.''.' ,',* T&23J .. .
classes of our citizens, as an enthusiastic / JL ; ; : r? : .
Z : building was laid on Wednesday afternoonlast MondayV 19.:............8.u.a .-.9':03.aTuesday : Fernandina, Fla., April 14, ',,886.. ;
t ht1 t worker for the cause ofi education and won .20..._....._ 9:23" .W9:5a\'l \
> f at 3:30 o'clock. Amelia, Lodge, No. 47, .
21..1006. 0:3'2. ,
Wednesday, List of Letters
:1ffJf.! .! Strawberries are now .selling at from 25c. F. & A. M., which had 'been invited /the : the Jooil.opjniolf. and. esteem- of all.. ( Thursday 22............10:49 a '11:14"
4 to 35c. This closed "tire exercises. The Lodge Friday,' .23..........:.11:30, ." '11:57" Remaining in the post-office atsFernandina;, ,
a quart. Building Committee of the Board,conductedthe Nassau county, Florida, April/ 17th,, 1886.
formed again'in and returned to E. ERED.
{! 11 )!r. and :Mrs. J. F.:Leach leave for Old ceremonies. The public notice givenwas procession: Persons calling for these letters must say
::1 i their, hall,'-an"d: the 'multitude'dis crsed; Steam-packet ThosJ::Collyer,Dil\vood."from Brunswick
: ; h!,*. Point Comfort next week. very shorl.-on account of the inabilityof +" '.. Georgia, daily.Steampacket : ." advertised :
.l-t ... proud of the' near accomplishment of St.NicholasUsinaVfrom; SavannahMonday Butler, John' McWhirterFG
:gf.} !};ii Thrived ee :Mallory steamship State of Texas ar the Board to get a reply from Hon. A. J. work so much interwoven with the advance- Wednesday and Friday; freight i .Bach{'. C W Madon, Nany

at 6 o'clock this morning. Russell, State Superintendent of Schools, and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. & I..) Bradley, Tony McKairn Ann Eliza
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ment of the county but more particularlythis Apr. Steamship. Carondelet, John Risk, from .
Bruce. Martin J TDaniell
George
who had been invited deliver the address. ,
New York freight and to
i The Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia Beach, ; passengers. ,
,? city.
;t R. W.Southwick agent. C M Morrison, Miss :Mary
But this ;
large
ti r a
; 4 lJ will be opened about the first of next month. notwithstanding drawback TIlE BUILDING. Apr 15,.-Steamship. San Antonio, Wilder from Ellis. Miss Th I Newton Mrs S E
number of our best: citizens assembled to i The building will be. brickfaced, the wallsbroken New York;'freight and passengers.'to Ellis.Th S Penbleton, R C
f ;l,4 Plans are being drawn for adding one R. W. Southwick, agent.
; witness the ceremonies. Firth. W Robinson, AlexGardner
(J. I by 'pilasters and a neat cornic 10 Lewis L> Overton Perth
:.d.t.+.t .. hundred rooms to the Strathmore Hotel, on -Brig Squires J J Robinson, Silvie
'lO< ''/II;'fi ,Promptly at 3:15: Amelia Lodge,No. 47, i worked in brick, surrounding the whole :Amboy; railroad iron. ,
'. V Amelia beach. ; 13- T. Kimball Dix New York Grant, ChHigginbotham Simmons, Mary
tw,. f 1 Brig Mary ;
'1 r""' It ,' formed in procession at the Lodge room, in I building. ,The front i is relievedby a boldprojection railroad iron. : 0 E Thompson. Mrs M A
: Messrs. Whitner & Schuyler received thisweek the order: 12-Schooner Anita, Small, New York mer-
'J:' following ,, surmounted: with a pediment. ; King, Clarisa Tomson. W :M
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handsome shades for the show chandise, to Mizell Bro., Kinds Ferry. :
:' .J .j some Grand Marshal W. 0. Jeffreys. Jackson, Anthony Taylor, James
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: The door and window openings ale archedin Schooner. Jonathan.May- Little, Philadelphia '
;t. E windows of their store, on Centre street. Grand Tyler Henry Peterson. ; railroad iron. Johnes, Hamton Willson.; .:
iJ j }'J t II Grand Stewards George E. Chase and A. W. brick. The roof is to.'be covered. with tin, 13-Schooner. Effie J. Simmons,Bulger. ,Perth Jones, Edward White Fred W .

.:.,r 'ftl.,. Lieutenant G. L. Baltzell attended the Lohman. I and 'a tasty bellfryMses: above it. Amboy; railroad iron. King, Cortloined Webster, A G .".

}:o t ,; 1 J meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows Entered Apprentices. I In plan_the_ buildingis'sixty'feet'ffoht: by 13-Schooner. Philadelphia Samuel; railroad McMannery iron. Virden, I Lyons W M Webster, A B
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: ,,\ } ; which was held in. Jacksonville this Master Masons. forty feet deep and divided to give two largeschooliooms'oneach'lloor 11 Scnooner Annie Ainslie, 'McAndrews. Martin, Mrs J G Walker Agnes
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1z Held for better address
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-t" : = Philadelphia: railroad iron. Nancy Gayton,
,.. '. ;4J week. Grand Deacons J. E. Wandell and S. A. Mode., ,- 'threcita on CLEARED. Georgia. .
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-t.'f j.t3 .a Contractor Oakes is fitting up an office in Grand Treasurer Stark, Grand Secretary Berg. rooms and 'wardrobes attached., Wll-arranged Steam-packet Thos; Collyer Dilwood, for Brunswick S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.
Georgia,
Architect R. S. Schuyler. daily.
,'x'.....t .: the Duryee building, foot of Centre street, Chandler. corridors and \wide stairs connect the Steam-packet St. :Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah
." :\ Chaplain E. G.
!.w; '1"I::"1 t::: ,J for Mr. Borden, the agent of Messrs.,Wm. D.Wbeelwnbht The Bible, Square and Compasses supportedby two stories. ,It will.be well lighted and ven- and Monday passengers,,Wednesday, by Key-and Line Friday(F.R.; N.freight Co.) : TOURIST HOUSE,

1-' ; 1j 1 & Co. Past Master Fred W. Hoyt. tilated and neatly finished ; the school Apr. Steamship Carondelet.- John Risk for I

Grand Wardens Lee and Lasserre. and corridors wainscoted. The New York; freight and passengers, by FERNANDINA, FLA.NEWLY .
.fjl' Even Mode Bros' town: clock, which had'Jj. rooms planis R. W. Southwick. agent.

1 of late organized a strike'of its own, has Deputy Grand Master W. F. Scott. compact and convenient, and. the exteriorwellprbportibned Apr.Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder,
for New York; freight and II61'"NOWOPEN a
Grand Master James McGiffin. passengers
;iI'll f6 :t: felt the moral influence of Mayor McGiffin's Russell and pleasing and will be by R. W. Southwick:, agent.. .
Grand J.
with Past Master A.
.' Carriages "
:'} 1 J an ornament to the city 12-Schooner Annie E. Rickerson; Foss, Aix FURNISHED AND PAINTED
t election. It time.
now keeps perfect
.:;:y ; and J. A. Edwards Committee of .Cayes, Hati; lumber,by.Mizell&Bro..
) Messrs. James McGiffin and E. First-class accommodations. -
Jf7'oJ Gearge King's Ferry.
; ; :;t:k4' The iron steam-yacht Sans Peur, of the School Board. : VESSELS IN PORT. .

': ';t..: :;'i:: j Royal Yacht Squadron of Great Britain, left The procession marched down Second Chase are the contractors ; R. Schuyler. ,. Swedish bark Hilda, Jacobson. TERMS $2.00 PER DAY.

street to Centre and Centre to Tenth Esq., the architect. Brig Lewis L. Squires, Overton.
fff' ,\ ;. t ii with her owner, the Duke of Sutherland, up Brig Mary T. Kimball, Dix.

.J, : ,! and party for home on Wednesday morning street, when the Lodge formed a hollow This Port. Schooner Jonathan May, Little.' ZS': Special arrangements by the week or
Shipments from
-.I Jt'1 k ''I around the platform, the Grand Schooner Effie J. Simmons, Bulger. month.'V.
; last. square Schooner Samuel G. ELLENWOOD
; During the past week the following ship- McMannery, Virden. ,
Master and his officers the Schooner Annie Ainslie .
ascending plat- McAndrews. 10
:4 ;l'f.' l Among the passengers of the Carondelet ments were made from this port via the New Schooner Mary F. Morris, Smith. Proprietor.
;''r.;:J; !!.t.\-i';,t form. After a short prayer by the chaplain, Schooner
.. ,..d' for New York last Sunday were Phil. Law- York steamship line:. Palatka Chapels. '
ReV. Mr. Chandler the Grand Treasurer deposited Schooner William H. NOTE-HEADS, LET-
Kenney Lipincott.
::S" :i::. tey and I. A. Mode. Mr. Mode goes to New Per steamship Carondelet( of the Mallory' Schooner Anna R. Bishop, Rulan. BILL-HEADS. etc., neatly printedat

: : .)t' t''' York to purchase summer goods for his the following mementoes in the Line, for New York, April 10-64,136 feet Schooner Stella M. Kenyon, Williams. the MIRROR office-

':I.', ', :,!Z: house, the Mode Bros. corner stone, which had already been placedin lumber, 1,000. logs cedar, 41 bales cotton,
; II, .J, position : 73 packages vegetables; 32 cans shrimp, 21
N: "Il."t..t) A. 0. MacDonell, Esq., General Passenger turtle 125 packages'merchandise and 10
1 List of the officers of Nassau '
county county,
refrigerators berries .
.;, 1'; and Ticket Agent of the Florida Railway &
1 embracing the Commissioners, School Board, Per steamship San Antonio, of the Mallory I i
-: : Navigation Company, left on Monday for School Trustees, architect of the building and the Line, for New York, April 16-95,581 feet j

IN/: t'*,: Cincinnati to attend the meeting of the contractors.List lumber, 328 cases"cedar, 280 packages vege- FRED 1ST. HOYT & CO.FFFFF 1

... i,'. S'J: Southern. Passenger Agents' Association. of teachers and pupils of Public SchoolNo. tables, 150 packages merchandise, 7 refriger- 1
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I ators berries, and'liborse.! :
f :' 41fJ; Miss Lillie Dozier and Miss Alice Screven, 1.Roster
of Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. &A. M.
lHIo, \Hi; : two charming young ladies of Atlanta, sister Hotel ,Notes.
r ", ;' Roster of Weeapopka Lodge, K. of H.,No. 2,535.
p1 .;t 1"! '::!' and cousin'of T. E..''Screven Dozier, of Roster of Ponce de Leon Council, A. L. of H., The Mansion House will remain open all U U RRRR NN N .II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEE

';. : 'r 1 hi"' this city, are visiting-at the residence of Mr. No. 922.Copy. summer, as will also;) the Tourist and Florida F U UR R NN Nil T U TJ R RE j

't: 't-"' ( and Mrs F. W. Simmons; on Seventh street. of the acceptance by Amelia Lodge of the House. F U UR RNN Nil T U UR REF
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Invitation to lay the corner stone. ,IIII U R" R .N N Nil T U TIR
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.}. ,t1 .I' The steamship Carondelel, of the Mallory The Tourist Hotel, under the manage-
Copy of the summons to the Masonic fraternityfor FFFF U 'U RRRR N N N II T U URRRR EEEE
: ; ". : Line,'on her trip from this port to New the ceremonies. ment of Mr. W. G.EJlenwood, ) is becoming F U URRN NNII T U URREF' f

r f, 1\.1.\ .. ; Ii I, York Sunday, had one of the largest Copy of the invitation of the Board to the pub- quite popular. I'f ...- TJ R'. R N NNII T U TJ R RE t

tf fit. 1' ':" a passengerlast lists she ever carried. Sixteen applications lic to participate. I The Florida House, under the management F 'u U R R N NN II T U U R REF

..i1J : for passage' could not be enter- Map bf the city of Fernandina. of Mrs. Leddy: and Mrs. Higgins, has UUU R R ,N NN II T UUU R R EEEEE

i ..,fi b't: ; tained. Birdseye view of the city of Fernandina. long been a favorite. family. hotel. It has I

; lt: The managements of the different Florida Last registration list of the city. been .crowded all Jhe."'n winter.. 1G
; Last registration list of Election Precinct No. 1. l. ,J

;2 'b; ., '+ r.J' railroads and, the Savannah. Florida & Copy of the last issue of the Florida Mirror. A 'Butler Famine. v

: t' t Western Railroad have signed an agree- Key Line pamphlet. The steamship; Cttyof San'Antonio, Captain : are- om o n Centre Street West of Second. t

( ;. '; ment not to sell any more tickets over their $50 Confederate greenback. ,
Wilder to anchor off the bar .
came early
t b'fI'' respective roads after July 10th through the $100 Confederate greenback.The .
'iit ,
% ,'". last Wednesday morning and found but one te
*; ', ,I, medium of middlemen, tourist agencies, etc. principal architect, Mr. R. S. Schuyler .. :

;tlJ: ';:ill! The tickets of the roads will be sold only by then presented the working tools to the range generally.light burning The buoy and tender the buoys had been mixed there up .

.: ,: J their regular agents. Grand officers the square to Deputy:! Grand
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ijt >::: "" )f.,, since the captain,had. been gone and founda ', :. ,. '
,;.*.j'I".f: ? 'hl;1 Mr. R. S. Lukenbill, General Baggage and Master Scott, the level to Senior Grand Warden new channel ; but Captain Wilder did not 11J

: tom'"ji' Lee and the plumb to Junior Grand
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of the Florida
; Purchasing Agent
I Railway know this until he got a range on Bob
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-. r: 1 Warden Lasserre. Each of these officers
I ,
'\ t! r \ & Navigation Company, has leased the Dew- Southwick sitting in a buggy by the sad sea THE ATTENTION
f ttJ t. mansion Tenth street in this after explaining the moral uses of the implements ;
l' 4i son on city. waves shaking'hs( fist at the loitering ; z
.
\ applied them to the stone and reported : .
L ; 1 His family arrived from Louisville last Sun- steamer. This demonstration on the "'i. F
angry
ti Lt-I, ilr to the Grand Master that the crafts- "
:Mr. Lukenbill will swell
day. the
,.. :.t1 : now part of the. reserved and imperturbableagent I.
:]I
"
\.I.- s1
.. of exiles that back men had performed their duty, when Grand OF ,
rl' _1 ',:r'\: ,; army migrate and forth caused a great commotion on ship-
if, Master McGiffin proclaimed to the craft
b.:1 :
:'"''Jl to Jacksonville daily.
:' board and all hands were piped to quarters,
This corner stone has been tested bv. the. proper
Peter Miller, a colored fisherman, was the ship keeled over and'the captain light- s1
implements Masonary. I find that the crafts- -
y, + drowned in Bell's river on Monday last., It men have skilfully and faithfully performed their ened her by going:ahead in' his small boat,,. --- --'-- -- -F

; .. a is supposed that Miller fell out of his boat duty, and I do declare the stone to'be 'well with his 'weather:,e re 'fixed ''"ore the excited I I fm HOUSEKEEPERS \\\ll\ :
? ijill/l/u
; in a fit and was drowned. His body was formed, true and trusty, and correctly laid, according agent and the qtheij.on the "lead," and III ijl PI

!'$ seen floating near the boat by a party of to the rules of our ancient craft. Let the soon after 3 o'clock p. m. the good ship was i II' I. Ii PF
elements of consecration be 'I. ,. .
now
local fishermen presented.
who the
brought news to
tied up to the dock, and was visited by ..

t',s. s,:* the city. It was recovered and a coroner'sinquest Miss Katie Stark then presented the ves- nearly every storekeeper in'town, anxiously U..:. g

held over the body on Tuesday, the sels containing the elements of consecrationcorn -IS CALLED TO
enquiring if there was any butter! I on THE"f
( wine and oil.) .. ..:. nJ
} jury returning a verdict in accordance with
;fo: > board. There was a regular famine in townon .. .<
the facts. Deputy Grand Master Scott scattered the .'j',
foregoing -
t% account of, the need of the article, and g
corn upon the stone, saying: {'
The management of the ,Florida Chau- the usually impassive agent had become : COMPI.: 'ASSOa.TMENT &'
,A3SMS I scatter this corn as an emblem of plenty. y : :

tauqua, desiring to establish a permanent May the blessings of bounteous Heaven be show- nervous over the press of butter dealers, : '. . t ,. ., 11

r A .,y I4',V4of{ i Teachers' Institute, and believing that the ered upon us and upon all like patriotic and hence his demonstration. All on'account'of ,

t,. ? talent gathered together from all parts off benevolent undertakings, and inspire the heartsof butter.

i the country at its annual assemblies will be the people with virtue, wisdom and gratitude. OF bE

k ,t e appreciated by the teachers of the State, and Whereupon the Lodge responded, "So Close of the Egmont. 8t
ti On Tuesday next this popular hotel will
,
P desiring that the teachers should all attend mote it be. tl
close. for the season. Col. A. H. Haskins,
i cheaply, they propose to establish a Russel I Senior Grand Warden Lee then come forward its manager, leaves the same day for the ala

Park," in which a lot will be donated free I and poured the wine upon the stone, North, to make preparations for opening i his, '

.. to each county which will build a cottagefor saying: summer hotel, the Argyle, at Babylon, L. I. FAMILY 1J
r. t Y? .1 3 No better nor, more experienced hotelman C'ROGERIES
the I pour this wine as an emblem of sty
&3 accommodation of the teachers at joy and has ever done the honors of mine host at the
the annual assemblies. gladness. May the Great .Ruler of the Universe'bless
Egmont. Assisted. by his amiable and enter- tltl
,
and ,
prosper our National, State and City
Ma taining wife, the? guests have been so
McGiffin has been in
Y office only a governments, preserve the union of the States. charmed that many have been reluctant to .
t little over a week, but already the i and it be a bond of '
Y ? change may friendship and brotherly exchange the pleasant surroundings of our ,

for the better is marked. The rowdyism on love that shall endure through all time. island city for their northern homes. We : BOTHFOREIGN -

the public streets, about which so much The Lodge again replying, So mote it hope to see Col. Haskins again'in our midst it
d ,,r 1.14 next winter, and meanwhile wish, him
a
'
;dr complaint was made has abated almost en- be. M.
prosperous season at his summer resort.
tirely. It is Mayor McGiffin's .intention to Junior Grand Warden Lasserre then ve<

r ISJlf N have all the liquor saloons closed eflfectully poured oil upon the stone, saying: Wanted-Some party to'catch a live alligator AND DOMESTIC

on Sundays-no more side or back door arrangements I pour this oil as an emblem of peace. May its ; must be not ,less than 12 feet long, caSa

f,' for the initiated. We understand blessing abide with us continually, and may the for which, a reasonable price will be paid.
r 1, I Grand Master of heaven and earth shelter and Address, at once, E. M. Devereaux, Welsh-
s that the liquor' dealers like all ton Fla.-Tim co:
r good protect the widow and orphan, shield and defend' : -Union, April 15:

#r citizens, have signified their willingness to them from trials and vicissitudes of the world,andso The'above want" requires a pretty.long -WHICH WE ARE OFFERING- nc

close up', cheerfully. bestow his mercy upon the bereaved, the afflicted party, but it needless: to say that a man I

, The managers of the Amelia Beach Railroad and the sorrowing, that they may know sorrowing twelve feet long would have no trouble in

t, have erected a platform on Beech ? and trouble no more. running down an ordinary Florida ,'gator. th

street, by the Egmont Hotel, :for the be.The" Lodge again responding, "So mote it Whether, ,the reasonable price" would be :A VERY LOW PRICES.;

' accommodation of"passengers waiting for by the foot or yard is left to the conjecture : ;" see

te the trains. The platform is very excellent Grand' Master McGiffin then made the following of, the reader. ,>". : > .
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t invocation .
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thing. There is only one thing to be said : "" ,' ,'
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-'Sear : : ',z. ,
'ilay the all-bounteous Author-of nature bless with us, lend[ friends' ,The gipsies .,-*, Wa
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against it: It extends from the track to the u -' .. ,
the inhabitants of this are in midst"and the doleful '
place with an abundanceof our song of
.... M1ter
curb of the sidewalk '-" .
completely closing in the '
necessaries, conveniences, and comforts of the nomad ascendetli'Choioe :" ,
' ",+ ? the gutters. It is.about: four or five inches' life; assist in the erection and completion,of this' '.' .. hu'

t gE t t r t 1 I higher than the"sidewalk" and in case of building; protect' the, workmen against every .Bananas, WHITNER & SCHUYLER
r t ram there 'will be no drainage at' this .
' ; par- accident; long preserve the structure from decay, J D.Lowe ,
,
j : the fruit 'dealer
ticular point, which, with, the exception hasjust received colFe
arid
perhaps of the next corner beyond grant to us all a supply of the com of nourishment a lot of choice yellow Jamaica bananas -. :

Seventh street, is most in ,need'of it. The on ,the.wine of refreshment,and the oil of which he is offering at low prices It ]

City Council has instructed Chairman Kelly, joy. Amen.

of'the Street Committee to look'\ into it and' Hon.'A. J. Russell, the State Superintendent Balance of:Fall and Winter Stock selling _.... NO.- -47. CENTRE STREET.

.' r have the company, remedy this defect. of Public Instruction, then addressed off at still greater, reduction.;. J.. &" T.., KYDD.' .. : ,,:'.,_.-. -- get


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