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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Creation Date: April 24, 1886
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rOLe VIII. ; 'FERNANDINA_ : .PDA.. ,SATURDAY_ ,. APRIL, !.24. .,. 1886. NO. 22.


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TIlE FREEZE OF 1835. pany has been formed. in .Paris. to." ,.LIBELED ,THEjSENATE.__ ,'t Our Public Schools.; The City, Council.

EUSTIS, FLA., April 12, 1886. aid Maspero: in carrying on his CITIZENS OFFLORIDAjYHO" SIGN PETITIONSPLACED'IN.AFALSE -, 'To the Honorable Board of .Pubiic Instruction MAKING
: ; THE APPROPRIATIONS AND FIXING
\Nr. George R. Fairbanks, Fernan- excavations: It is thought that the' POSITION.
,
Feeling that some statements in referenceto THE SALARIES FOR 18S6-A LIBERAL

dina, Fla.: the of Sphinx is'a tomb, ::andthat under it .In. ,Senator 'Call's speech in the 'the public'schools' of the county are,due APPROPRIATION FOR. PUB

DEAR SIR-I notice in 8th press 1835 or inside of it some valuable.and.in- United; States Senate, qn April 6th, you. I beg leave to submit the following LIC IMPROVEMENTS.The. .
r: this State that February "1886 reference the in brief
to
petitions
: .
summary City Council met at the
Great Freeze material discovered Mayors
the '
of teresting
[was the time may favor of the extension,of the Florida :During the year four schools have been .office on Wednesday evening, President
[ this State. I think there is a mistake that will add a few more to the :
in years Railway and Navigation land grant, established, making a total of fifty-four :;Avery in the chair and the following Alder-

of one year; it should be February length of historYThe work ':will be,! which over 1,500 citizens .of ,Her- ,schools" with an enrollment, '.ot 1,540. pu ,men present : Stark Robinson, Dorsey,

8th, 1836, .as there is no recordof York carried on with care, so that the great nando, Sumtere .: and. ;Hillsborough pils. Of this number there are : Whites," Wilkerson, Kelly and Berg.A .
New
very cold winter in Sphinx not be disfigured by the' counties have recently sent to Con- 763; colored 777. The amount paid teachers petition signed by a number of property
but the winter, of may
State in 1834-35, gress, the Senator states :'_. "In a let-, $6,691.11, making each pupils pro. rata owners was received, asking. Council to open
183,5-36 was known as the winter of somewhat,tardy autopsy.An ter, which I have here;;the.Receiver :share a:fraction, overl per month. This Seventh and Eighth streets' north of Cen-

the Big Snow" and the Big Fire"in Incident of the War.GREENLAND of the Florida Railway and -Navigation -; would not indicate extravagance: in.salaries tre. The petition was referred to the Com

New York City December 14th, FLA., I Company, in order: to secure,! ,of teachers. :mittee on Streets.A .

18 35. It was a very cold winter, too. NASSAU COUNTY, Al'ri115. J j jTo these petitions; is npv : threateningthat Through the_ public schools we are' now -petition of Peter-Williams for per-

A gfrozen-cat many cattle and sheep were the Editor of the Mirror: the insolvent company will take I enabled to reach nearly all the children of mission to makean addition to the houseonlot

and there was a good deal of I received a few days since, a letter froma up the iron and }leaye the people the county. And while it' is claimed (by ,a 5, block 14 (inside the fire limits), was

suffering} among the inhabitants of Nassau county soldier of .the late Confed- without the road unless they peti- few only) that the schools are accomplishing referred to the Fire Committee.

the small villages in the State. erate army. He desires a certificate that he tion, and Congress'_will give them- little good, it is satisfying to know that The" following bills were ordered paid :

Please write me your own viewson was wounded in battle giving the nature of the road-this 576 000 acres-of land." there is scarcely a child of school age in the 'v. II. Pope salary as mayor last

the above, and oblige the wound received, that it may enable him Upon this statement, of Senator Call's county'not making'some progress in educa- A.quarter w. Lohman........................................$106 60
inspector election 3 00
Yours respectfully in procuring a pension from the State. The being brought to Receiver Duval'sattention tion. While many are being prepared for P. W. King inspector of election...... 3 00

J. S. KNAPP.To article desired was duly forwarded. It was the following, telegraphic ordinary business, some are even pursuingthe J. Gordon, inspector of election........ 3 00
in the Kentucky campaign of 1862 that this higher studies and fitting themselves for C. Williams, inspector of election...... 3 00
the above inquiry we reply received remarkable correspondence ensued :, more elevated spheres of labor. Many of T. A. Acosta, inspector of election.... 3 00
soldier most
brave
that there is no question but that a ""JACKSONVILLE FLA., April 21, 1886. these children would, in all probability, be R. Denegal, inspector of election...... 3 00
wound-so regarded by surgeons of both "Hon. Wilkinson Call, Washington, D. C.: J. A. Edwards, clerk of election....... 2 00
the great freeze referred to occurredon armies. Mr: William O'Niel was from Nas- "The information upon which you chargein wholly destitute of education but for the J. LeBoeuf, clerk of election............ 3 00

the 7th of February, 1835. Coming sau county, Fla., and a brief statement of a the Senate that the petitions adverse to public schools. The chairman of the Finance Committee,
the forfeiture of the Florida Railway& Nav- But"while we have the pleasure of know- Mr. Stark, then the annual
to the then Territory of Floridain sad incident of that campaign, in which land coerced by threatsof presented report
igation grants are any
after the two soldiers-the blue and the gray-with mine or any of my officers, is unqualifiedly Ing that much good is being done, we are of the", committee, which was ordered to be

1842, only seven years apparent mortal wounds, participated, may false and malicious to myself personally forced to the conclusion'that'the schools' are published and filed. (The report in full

destruction of the orange trees, the not prove uninteresting to many of your and an aspe ion.upon the' thousandsof not accomplishing all that might be de will be found elsewhere).

subject was often mentioned and invariably county readers.Mr. ," signers of the, understood highest character; by mfc' to and be leading gentlemen sired. While prejudices are rapidly giving The chairman of the Committee on

referred to as February O'Niel was a: private in Company F, influence in their respective )localities. Will way,-we find apathy to the schools upon the Streets, Scavenger Work, etc., Mr. Kelly,
Third Florida Regiment, and no braver nor you do them and m& the*'JUstice to make part of many patrons. This,is made, manifest submitted to the' Board the specificationsfor

1835. The effects of the freeze were finer-looking regiment ever' left the State, this statement as public as.your" charge was' by a; lack of'purfctual attendance of the day and night scavenger work;light-

then visible, and the trees, which excepting, perhaps, the Second Florida, made? Please answer "Ho': R. DUVAL.'' pupils. For trivial causes_ many are detained ing the streets, etc., which, after slight alterations -

had grown up from the roots, were whose deeds of valor will ever remain prom To this Senator Callfreplied as fol- at home, days, and even weeks, were accepted by the Council and the
which is detrimental to themselves as wellas committee instructed to advertise for bids.
about of bearing size. inent. In the invasion of Kentucky I was lows '
becoming
: the grand cause.of education. Whether Upon motion the Committee
Sanitary
the
Doctor
Cam. was
assistant sur-
surgeon. WASHINGTON, D. C.,April 21, 1886.
Williams, whose work on Floridawas geon, "was left sick in the rear, and di.ed, "H. R..Duval, Jacksonville;:'Fla.: this indifference is entirely,owing to a lack !requested, to prepare a concise circular defining -

publsshed 1837, page 18;says : making me acting surgeon of the Third Your telegram readin the Senate and of interest in their children's education, or the duties of the property owners on

"During the month of February, Florida Regiment; and here I am..reminded will be found .in.the Record" WILKINSON to-morrow.CALL." the outgrowth. of the injudicious' manage- the one hand and the scavengers on the

1835 East Florida was visited by a that of the six regimental officers at that inent of teachers; might be question, We other, and have the same printed for distri-
find earnest, faithful; competent teachers' bution. This was done in order to make
time I remain the only survivor. At Perry- Senator Call and ,His Attack on',the
frost much more severe than any ville, Ky., the two opposing armies, com- F. n. & N. Co., build up schools' by infusing life and inter-' the sanitary measures adopted by the board

before experienced. A severe north- manded, respectively, by, .Generals Bragg Senator Call's extraordinary attacks upon est, not only in their schools,.but .throughout for the cleanliness and health of the city

west wind blew ten days in succession and Buell, met, 'in' deadly conflict. The the Florida Railway & Naviga Company the community:,, As a'rule,1 men are interested -more effective. -

but more violent for about three Third Florida was eager for the fray, and in have produced quite' 'an unexpected ef- in whatever promises good results, The Finance Committee; thensubmitted

this, her maiden battle, with nine hundred fect on -the citizens of. all ,classes l here, and otherwise their,ardor'is checked.. the following estimates for the present fiscal
All kinds of fruit trees "
days. strong, she entered; fought gallantly and Merchants traders, and Jarpedealers in But it maybe asked' "Why not select year:
killed to the ground. Many of 4"'" "%?* "' "*' "* k' good teachers.for-.all the schools?". Unfortunately Gentlemen : ,... ,....
ere lost hea ily. From two o'clock until dark real estate seem to.4have', out-:one feeling in of the Council? -
10 them started from battle with less condemnation of ,'the salaries of many of the Your Finance Committee beg leave to
never again, even the raged more or fury, the common, viz. : unqualified recommend thai the following amounts be
the roots. The wild groves suffered Confederate advance being persistent and the measures and-we regret to say it-:the schools.are so small that we are unable to appropriated for the ensuing year for the

Bragg the apparent victor. About mid- man. To-day Mr. Duval's '(the .Receiver) use much discretion, but are compelled to various departments:

equally with the cultivated. afternoon O'Niel fell, a large minnie ball office presented the of a political accept some whose efficiency is-doubtful. For salaries and commissions............$1,500
In Nile's Register of February 21st appearance Would it not be well for the Board to adopt For police........................................ 1,300
in with this
penetrating one temple, passing through a committee room7. .full swing, :For printing (including the compilation ,
1835, we find it stated that" at day- little anterior to and below the other tem- difference, that the callers represented all some measure by which parents and teachers and printing of the City Ordinances -

break on the 8th inst. the mercurywas ple, making ragged wound. Regarding thecae shades of politics and were only in entire might be stimulated to increased effort in )..........................................
maintaining a. better ;. dance For streets, drains and sanitary improvements
i ,
average
reported to have sunk to one degree as mortal, we passed him by. Near the unison in.their assurances of perfect accord the children ive ..................................
spot was a large dwelling, whose occupantshad and approbation of Mr. Duval's manage- that may thereby t-u For scavenger work.......................... 750
below zero at Raleigh, N. C. fled, and which we took possession of as ment of the line.of railroad, not only the greater benefits from the money expend J For. lighting the public streets............

Perhaps the mercury never before a field hospital and soon filled with Confed- largest in the State, but absolutely aggrega- All the schools, with slight' exceptions, ''orient............................................
have completed the full school term, and, !b r redemption of fire scrip.............. 300-
stood so low at that place. erate wounded. About midnight we received ting the mileage and valuation of all everything considered with as little frictionas Forcemetery .................................... 300
"One of the Baltimore instructions front our brigade surgeon the,others combined.In could have been expected. Owing to ForFire Department....................._... 100-()
pilots to remain-that the army would fall the afternoon some of the most prominent unusually heavy rains in the fall and ex- For paupers...................................... 100
states that on :Monday last (the 9th cessive cold throughout the winter, schools For Sundry expenses......................... 100
The wheat stacks around the members of the ofTrade waitedon
back. yard Board : have been considerably interrupted and, in For water supply ..................... ........ 2,000-( )(
February) the whole of the Chesa- were scattered, and the Federal wounded Mr. Duval to assure hitrii.of their entire many instances suspended for the time. Respectfully submitted,

peake Bay was frozen over to Capes placed thereon. To our surprise, among disapproval of the extraordinary line of Many of the teachers have displayedskill G. STARK,
the wounded brought in during the nightwas conduct adopted by Senator Call, their sympathy and! ability! highly commendable. Improved CHAS. H. BERG
Henry and Charles and that the
methods of teaching are rapidly R. E. ROBINSON,
O'Niel and placed upon the straw beside :: with him' for personalities that
pilot boats had in gaining favor throughout the country, and Finance Committee.The .
great difficulty a Federal whose wound at a glance indicated gentleman had so unfortunately I introduced, have been! adopted in some of the schools.It recommendations of the committeewere

getting in from sea ; ice two and that the end was nigh. Truly the and their wish, Officially to endorse' the is a source of pleasure to know that the adopted. .
Board after under disad-
ahalf inches thick. This may be regarded sight was a sad one,'for among the distressed most public manner'all the acts of Mr.Duval vantages, has at laboring last been enabled many to erecta The same committee made the following

as a most remarkable circum- were many foreign wounded, not since his appointment as Receiver, which building suited to the needs of a graded report in reference to the salaries and com-
speaking a word of English ; and these two had resulted in the 'honorable 'discharge of school at Fernandina. The building is now pensations of the various city officers :

stance, not happeniiig, perhaps, once American soldiers.with wounds apparently all monetary obligations, and a, general improvement under construction and will be completed in Gentlemen the Council
of City :
ample' time for the approaching school
in fifty years." mortal, were wrangling and threatening to in the rollingstockroadway; year. Your Finance Committee beg leave to

We think our correspondent will cut each other's throat, when we interfered and general management and efficiency of Respectfully submitted recommend that the following salaries and
..
compensations be allowed the different city
be and Had U'l\lel placed in tile hospital.Alas the line hardly conceivable when viewed JOHN OWENS, Supt.
satisfied that the date 7th and officers for the current year:
these were sorrowful days. After the from a ""six-mohths'-previons" standpoint.Mr. Mayor-$300: per annum and fees.
8th February, 1835, is correct and breaking up of-our hospital we lost sight of Duval will doubtless be able to refute Little Oracle and the Book Agent. Marshal-$35 per month and, fees for

that the cold weather was excessiveall O'Niel, having heard, however, that he was many of the extraordinary statements and This, is a *' true, true stor) ." The little making arrests, committing to jail, etc., the

again wounded.: He was a quiet, unassuming inaccuracies forward by Senator Call girl is the bright. little four-year-old. daughter same as allowed sheriffs by the State.)
the put
over country. It is said thata ; l'emen-$25 per month and,fees, same '
and soldier brave
gallant yet even
he has in fact done already in ne-in- of :Mr. Frank B. Avery, well known by allowed constables the State but in
locomotive in New Jersey which reckless,,when time for action came. The so as by ;
late struggle between the States demon- stan ce-i rrefutably. many of our people. The episode was put no case shall any fees be chargeable! to the

stopped for water had the water in strated that this class of men madeour, best But the most seriousphase.of this most in verse by one who overheard the conver-, city or paid from the city treasury.
the boiler I fighting material, which every field surgeon : sation : Special police-$1 per day ;$1.25 per night.
frozen solid.It regretable and ill-timed outburst of'private;' Clerk-$25 month.
would readily verify, they being in a position'to per
is to be noted as a coincidencethat know,as no soldiers could fall to the pique is the influente"itouay: in delaying -! My this dear little girl" where's your mamma Collector-Commissions, the same as allowed -
morning? by the State and on the collection of
certificate of dis the works ;
rear without a surgeon's large so satisfactorily'inprogress
the cold came on Saturday, as On the other hand and Gratis didn't like, his looks, so. she turned special license tax his fee shall be 5 per .
ability. fiery men
.over our .Florida Railway & Navigation .frowning,
it did in 1886. It also be men heretofore regarded as community bullies ; away cent.
may remarked became a pest to medical officers when system, 'and it, is for this reason,that But, after some persuasion, said., as in the 'Treasurer-$150 per annum.
"
that we sometimes have se- battles were imminent. representatives from all sections of our Stateare Song of Seven, Assessor-$50 per annum.RespectfuUy .
"You ask such funny questions-why, my submitted,
verely cold weather when it is not C. HARDEE. recommending a joint action and expres- mamma's up in heaven." G. STARK, .
sion of opinion endorsing the good :work Well, your grandma, then," he said, taken C H. BERG,
exceptionally cold in the Eastern List of Letters done by Receiver Duval, and condemning somewhat aback R.E.ROBINSON: ,
States, as our severest weather is accompanied Remaining in the post-office:; at Fernandina, in 'the strongest terms, the reckless i state- But he found that Gracie was not thrown so Committee.: .
Nassau county, Florida, April 24th, 1886. ments made by, our' (unfortunately easy off the track,
with cold blasts from the Persons calling for these letters must say representative in the Senate.' For she looked up quite indignant;and said The recommendations of the committeewere

northwest.On advertised: We have reason to know that but for.the with flashing eyes, adopted.
Albert Nellie Lane, Alex.:M uncalled for obstructions and stigmas soughtto "Where you spec', but up in heaven ?" Alderman Robinson then gave notice that
the 3d of January, 1765, the Butler, Nellie Mager, Sammie be 'cast on the land grants to this the 'Twas an evident surprise, at the next meeting of the Board he would
thermometer Bruce, George McCann: Fannie parent company of railroads in Florida, the But he said, "You have a sister. .an older
stood at 26 south of Belcker, R H Oker, Mr rails of the Florida Railway &' Navigation one than you?" introduce an amendment to the ordinance

Lake George. In 1774 .there'was a Clalker, Maria Olde, W J Company' would to-day have had a terminus :May be so'; I never seed her, but I'spec' regulating the police force.
Colwell, Eliza Powers, Frank in Tampa. It is high time that she's up there,too." The Board then adjourned. '
severe snow-storm extending over Clark, Louisa Pinkney, Edie our 'whole State; so" vitally' interested Oh. ye gods and little fishes""I heard him

most of Florida. The temperaturewas Cone, Richard Roesche, Frank (3)) in' the development our grand mutter}loud, Notice.to Teachers..
Christopher. Nancy Rogers, W C > system of railroads, should be 'freed from "What can' human.agent''' do with such a
at 27 on April 6, 1828, on Six Copling,Julia Smith. Wm every suspicion of taint as to validity of the avenly' crowd!. ,,'"' The School Board for.Nassau county decided -
Mile Creek Elbert Rhina Smith, John title of the lands-and one and all unite in And the little one! I wonder why the 'same at a recent meeting to assign teachers
St. Johns river. We ,
opposing such I unfortunate charges and: didn't waft her
Godfrey, W J Sutton, Jno breeze their respective schools for the ensuing yearat
have had several cold, winters at intervals Golden. Nancy Shuler, Josh v ., meddlesome legislation as can only result in To kindred regions !1" So off he went, the regular meeting in August. This
Gray C'V. Thorpe, Elizabeth common disaster eventually and in the present whilst I was filled with laughter. \
but nothing approaching the Goolsbey! Jack Thorpe, Oliver redounds so painfully the discredit of our A: postscript to the communication accompanying will prevent much of the confusion which
cold of January 10-13th,1:8: 6 since Hanndon Heathe Walker,'G S Senator, who, by the,course he is adopting, has existed ''heretofore and give. teachers
the above adds: "Think of a
Henderso, Robert Wright,,Ch appears himself.the most maladroit of.ad .
for
time
February, 1835. Harrison,David 'WalkerSylviaWashington vocates-the unkindest stabber of them all book agent being choked off with.anything : preparation. '

Jones; Rebecca' George, that political anomaly, a representing. short of a bull dog or a doublebarreledshot All,who desire places in the public schoolsas
THE Egyptian Sphinx is soon to Jones, Davies Williams, Henry Representative.! gunBruT.3wick! Advertiser and Ap- teachers will notify me at an early day.-
'
Laks Georgia V Wheston John J JACKSONVILLE CORRESPONDENT. :JOHN OWENS, Bupt.
get a thorough overhauling. A com_ S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. Jacksonville, Fla., April 23. peal. Evergreen, Fla., April 17, 1886.1 .



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, ; p I! r,,.,". ;.:: THE FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 24. 1886.

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..(. l.i'I I sternly, almost;like one. under compulsion. I She told him. I I compelled, to 'chastise one of hiS own flock. I tIe in oue of ti's: nerve es; hauls; the other -

: E CHILDREN'S VOICES. In fact, he all but commanded her to return "It must be the same," he said. Evidently the" rogue was a half-drunken she took,in her own 53 e led him as one
l t his love,'but perhaps she liked him Done the "What,do you know of her?" asked :Mrs. tramp; so, greatly relieved, the rector went 'leads a b.iad.man. to the cas went She

1 .. i less for his masterful bearing.For Blake. back to Philippa."He opened it and tbe keen fresh wintry air cut
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''if Oft when the twilight" comes, with, ,song of a while she was silent She stood with "Her husband: fearful rogue-was tried is dead-you have killed him" she the perfumed'atmosphere of the room likea -
I
I bird, her white fingers interlaced. Her downcast for forging and swindling. The rascal triedto said. knife.: .

($ : ( And gleams of sunlight dying in the west, eyes gave her wooer no sign, but a wave of save himself at her expense. She was "No-senseless, and, I suspect, half-drunk. On the'threshold she paused and clung to 1
if1j;! i Sweeter than any music ever heard, color crossed the healthy pallor of her tried with him. The man was sent to penal Now go home. I :will run up to the villageand him in an almost frenzied embrace The <1 1a 4<

mm: t t The children's .voices calm my heart toe cheek. Then she raised her eyes, and her servitude for five years." fetch the constable." man quivered beneath it Then, hand ia !

". $: : rest look set every pulse in his body throbbing.In "Yes, yes-but the.woman?" Philippa shivered hand, they walked down the garden path.
t !"I"! another moment he would have thrownhis "It was a burning shame," said Graham. "Go back and kill him," she said in a Tbt.y went swiftly, although the man .
I hear them singing in the grassy lane "On soul 1 believe she was innocentThe moved in ,
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arms around her. my .strange voice. as though a tiance.ch3
ii '
J.! .t The songs I sang.* in childhood's sunny But she checked him, although she still judge thought so too." The rector looked at her in amazement. led him to th? door of the outhouse.

hours, of gated at him. She spoke; her words were "Go on quickly," said Mrs. Blako. Her large eyes gleamed like those of a wild It wai op jn. She looked into his sot, drawn
\\m% Sweet the summer's sound dripping
as "
I strange, but there was something in her "Her sentence. was three months, said animaL face.: Her burning fingers: tightened

U&. $ Or winter rain.dreams of springtime's_ earliest voice hich, as yet, he had never detected Graham, reluctantly and sullenly. He hated "My darling," he said, "you are upset If around his icy-cold haul
l.. there. himself for having tattled about this beauti- he has robbed or injured you he will pay "Your hands tremLle, sweet love," she 1
flowers
1: ..I:, I "Tell me hew much you love me!" she ful woman's antecedents. bitterly for it. Go home, dear Philippa, I said, and therewith too, the handkerchiefand 1
. 1'1iV.:" x!! I said. "Then," sale Mrs. Blake, with emphatic will soon be with you." the bottle from him. 1
I little childish face
.I t see again a
,+).? .to; !1 I feel the soft touch of a little, hand, "I can not," he whispered. In truth, he pauses, "she has-actually been-in prison? Again he felt her shudder. Then all at She passed in, and while he stool as one 1

," And in the dark'ning lane againj: trace dared not even tell himself. "I suppose so, But why do you want.to once her calmness and presence of mind spell bound, leaning for support against tha 1
[tH J + i! The vanished sweetness of another land. "Tell me how much you love me!" she reIterated know I wish I had said nothing." I seemed to return. door-post, she began feeling about for the 1 1

.. ... n ijD' : i; She walked from room to room and mechanically I "I was upset," she said. "I don't know recumbent figure of her husband. I
'"*, sis s That wandered then through summer's A scornful smile made her look even more What an escape!" poor wretch lying there." again. She shook his arm fiercely. l
'< r' pleasant ways, beautiful Mrs. Russell was willing enough to go The rector was thinking the same thing. "Gone! He has gone!" she cried. Seek ]

..i'&,...,{'i:i..1 i I Where the light grasses, by the west wind "Percival, listen! I love you! I love home. Mrs. Blake's lip curled as she thought I, "Besides," she continued, "I am only him! He can not be far o3l": :: ]
1',: ,A swayed, you!I"She why. She said nothing, but before going frightened, not hurt. If you should send Her words, her touch, seemed to break ]
-fil'ht'f- ., I, Bent low and murmured of the passing leaned a little way toward him. The to bed telegraphed to her son, bidding him for the police we shall have to give evi the spell With a low cry Percival Blake
L ai days. action was unmistakable. His arms were come at once. dence." fell upon his knees, and lifting up his hands,
Wv' (; I I around her; his lips on her lips. From that He came up by the first train the next She spoke wisely. To-morrow they were thanked God, whose mercy had wil ed that
... ,. Where" their voices fall,, though day is moment life held but one thing for the rec- morning. Mrs. Blake had managed to get to start for sunnier lands. Was it worth he should not be a murderer in very deed as

-l' : I done, tor of Chelston. Philippa and her' daughters out of the way, while delaying their departure for the sake well as in thought Then th9 humbled man

)tl/ I : And darkness folds valley inlong west; "Tell me; tell me now, Percival," whispered -. so was able to meet him alone. His first in- of giving this drunken wretch a taste of the bowed his head, and soo after sob broke
Bringing sweet memoriesthe of gone, Philippa, as she lay passive in his quiry was for Phillips. He seemed greatly treadmill forth.
,., -J I The children's voices calm my heart to arms. relieved by hearing she was well. "I will hear his account of himself," said The woman stood like' a statue. A dreary
)' : '; rest. "I would kill you rather than you should Then Mrs. Blake made her communication Percival sternly. "Wake up!" he continued, look: of hopeless dispair settled on her palid
'.:.ff .Ilti' ., Lucy McKeone Stapleton. love another." She was kind enough to suppress all shaking the tramp's shoulder. All the wak- face. Not a muscle moved-not even when

:; She laughed deliriously. show of triumph'but; she told him every- ing up he seemed capable of was limitei to Percival Blake rose to his feet and confronted -

h l yC I\l\ I IN ONE SHORT TEAE.If "Sweet, sweet love!I" she cried. believe thing, and wondered at the silence with an uneasy grunt her with eyes fu.1 of horror and

"A :t; you! I love you!" which he heard it "Carry him up to the house-it is not far," aversion.
f". .,I Then she laid her head on his shoulder andsobbed. "Oh, Percival, my son," she cried, "whatan suggested Philippa. "Leave him in ore: of "Temptress! Fiend!" he whispered. I have
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r.J1'; ." v4e" ; I I Ip the rector of Chelston could cut out, I escape!I" outhouses until he recovers." another prayer to make-that we may never
(. : obliterate, forget one short year of the 45 He adored her, yet he feared her. He I He looked fearfully stern. The rector could devise no better plan. meet again."
':'rJ: ;. ': he has lived be might be a happy man; or was her master, yet her slave. She had I "I hoped you would be spared this," he He threw his fallen foe, who proved to be a He turned away and went swiftly down
;ii', ijz1'; ; :i I as happy as a mortal may be, who recog wrung words from him which no man, said. "I hoped it might remain unknownto slight, attenuated creature, over his shoul- the path to the gate,by which he had en-
," 4'. i nixes the responsibilities and duties of life. certainly no clergyman, should daro to say; all save Philippa and myself." der and bore him to the Hollies. By Philip- tered.
'r?.,J" : ,', .r.:'.'I *. but she had told him and shown him she "Percival! What are you saying?" pa's directions he placed him on the floor of For two or three hours he wandered about

fo'. '\}: ).7>F i An artist should have painted her! A loved him. He led her to a seat "I knew it before she promised to be my the tool-house. There was no lock to the aimlessly; then, scarcely knowing how, he
/" "Sweet love I love Hold hand- I wife. She told me herself. Poor girl she found himself in Cheston: churchyard. Ha
',i sculptor sh.uid have fixed that attitude immovably you my door, but; as the man gave no evidence of
:[j 1;y. llsjj ;3 in marble! She lay on a couch listrn-and leave me," she whispered.He was cruelly wronged. Her life ,has been a an immediate return to consciousness that carried a key which opened the little door of
:/; I wheeled round by the fire. Her pose was obeyed with a white face. She spoke hard one. Till her wretched husband died mattered little. the church. He entered the building and

:V{ #$!1 full of that grace which appeals so elo- for some minutes in a low voice. The in prison it was misery." "We must try and revive him said Per- groped his way to the altar steps. He
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i quently to the eye capable of appreciating gravity of her communication was shown "She deceived you cajoled you! Percival! cival rather nervously. threw himself: on the cold stones and lay
** :' the which the rector's face and You can not mean to-" there in contrition and abasement until 5
t 'f- and symmetry of form. Moreover, by change "
/ : ? beauty "Come in doors, I will get something.
! *V;' Jffr: f the classical) urity of her style was bound bearing underwent Save by one or two "This will make no change in my plans I He followed her through the French case- o'clock in thE morning. Then, a humbledman
',i-'' vt. t f to tell upon a man of the Rev. Percival smothered exclamations, he did not inter- shall be married on the 1st of January." ment of the drawing-room. He was begin- he crept to the rectory and from sheer
L-; ., t..1 I Blake's good taste. The thick dark shining rupt her, and when she had finished speak Mrs. Blake really did succumb at the announcement ning to wonder what had taken her abroad exhaustion slept
/r W,:'. '.!"!': hair was coiled simply on the well-p ro Po rd ing, sat silent and motionless. She drew She::) fell, a dead heap, into a that night, and intended to lecture her on Terrified tearful faces met him when he
3S >' tioned head. Her dress was plain black, her hand from his and rose. His eyes followed chair. her rashness; but as soon as they entered arose. As gentle as they could, people
it ,'*::, but fitting her so as to show every line of her, and at last, with dry lips, he "Graham I shall see at once," continuedher the room she left him, to fetch the remedieshe told him that an hour ago Mrs. Russell's old
The dark whispered: son "and entreat his silence. But even servant had found her mistress in her own
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,(I'II'JI .... : "'.:..'-'j lashes and eyebrows looked darker, the "This is the truth! if the matter becomes public property it Mora than ten minutes passed before she room, lying on her own bed, dressed as one
',;" j'jtl bright red lips redder, from the contrast "This is the truth," she said, moving may be lived down. returned. The rector grew uneasy and going to a ball, but quite cold and dead. Ina

i.f with the white face. White, but, if such toward the door. "Farewell. I leave here Mrs. Blake was goaded pat endurance.She fidgety, He did not like to think of that horrified whisper they added it was feared
; ,. the idea warm-white. to-morrow." rose iu tierce wrath."I she had committed suicide.
;, ::4t: words can convey senseless tramp outside. He blamed him-
*' -. f ';rt;;i If color was wanting on the cheek, no one At the door slid lingered and looked back am sorry, very sorry, mother," be self for the vengeful force he had put into This is the story of that year in a man's

t)" (,,, ,! .;i would call her pale; her complexion spoke Their eyes met A shiver ran through the said; but I love Philippa too well to give his arms. A horrible thing, indeed, if he, a life which must be swept away from his
::1 7'; "\..'t of warmth, life, and health. man's strong frame. Than, like one who her up; and surely, if one person above clergyman, had caused a man's death! memory before he can call himself happy-
\\t.r\' .tjot:: .,: And Percival marveled again that such a makes, for good or ill, a sudden resolution, another should exercise Christian charity, Where was Philippa He would wait for Adapted from Hugh Conway.

;, creature should bury herself in such a place he sprang to his feet it is a clergyman." her no longer. At that moment the door
.t i "What do I ?" he cried. "I love said Mrs Blake with
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diminutive. A hand would haves Once more he embraced her. She madeno She loft him, little knowing how deeplyher
t not tiny Address
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iJ, .t.. ., r'f!: been a deformity with a ,woman of her resistance, no attempt to conceal the joy parting shaft had struck. to make what can only be called a grand: FLORIDA MIRROR.
h-l l''.:''k ; I splendid build. After a light skirmish of. his decision gave her. But presently draw- He saw Graham; then returned and told toilet She wore the richest of the many 26 Fernandina Fla.

I ; pretty sayings they settled down to general ing a little away from him, she said: Philippa everything. She listened with rich dresses: which had just; been sent from

1': conversation, which touched on literature, "Percival, if you give me your love in strange composure. London. There were diamonds in her ears; BILL-HEADS. NOTE-HEADS, LET-
,I It I) 1/1.'<..'.:!./' music, painting, even politics spite of all, it must be forever. Nothing "I expected it, sha said; "the past can diamonds on her white uncovered neck. Her etc., neatly printedat
r-o.,,.,. '. "'., ., : 'Spare me a few minutes more,"said Mrs."Russell must part us." never Le obliterated." Then she added, "I beautiful long round arms were tare, or but the :MIRROR office'
I i.f 1';+ 4 1: I : when he arose to go. "I have something "It is forever. Nothing shall part us." do not even offer to free you. You are partially veiled by thin, delicate lace, anda NOTICE.
pt I.'! 'I! walked "
An hour afterward the rector mine-mine forever.
I to say. blood-red flower burned in her black hair.
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n\ 'j'\i.' ):t:j; He reseated himself willingly enough. home and informed his mother that Philippa The look which accompanied her words A queen! No queen with charms to com-. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lands will THAT be
described
Russell had consented to be his wife. another link to the chain which bound
: it': I, \ "I are all puzzling your added I
suppose you witn has
t pare Philippa's yet graced a the third
auction Monday,
.I ;;i.'!' heads about me she said gravely "your Mrs. Blake did not faint She did not him to her sold at public on
A ; throne! So, with her maddening beauty day of May A. D.1886 in front of the Court
: ,. \ mother and sisters for instance even revile her future daughter-in-law. Per- The last day of the old dawned and
,
< 'V\ year
: : I brightened by all that art can do, she entered House at the City of Fernandina, in the
; !t t":" I I This direct attack confused the rector. cival's manner told her that words to this PercIval Blake lejoiced to think that tomorrow
{ and the table thereof
,, the room, after laying on what county of Nassau, or so much as
1.-'''''' 'N. I "Chelston is a little place he said. effect would be wasted. But she entreatedher would end his uncertainties andt due
seemed to be a small bundle of some kind, will be necessary to pay the amounts
# I.**#$ "And like all little places," she continued, son, by every claim she had upon him, :oublei He was now,alone in the rectory. with a firm quick step she came toward her for taxes of 1885 hereiu set opposite to the
,: .., ;!""!I '.r1.ii I ""much exercised about a new-comer. I to do nothing hurriedly. Of course, she Mrs. Blake, having sternly refused to attend lover.A same, together with the costs of sale and advertising -
i objected to his desire but she knew her objections the to her daughters
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I \! "I'; : -should like this to be known. have no ; ceremony, or permit cry of a tonishment, of delight, sprang :
l\ "f $! i wish for society, and I bring no credentials would have no influence upon a i to be present, had by her son's advice, from him. &he placed her soft white fingers The following lots in the City of Fernan
,.J Wj" ''i .My story is this: My father was a well-to- man so madly in love. But she prayed for if not command, left the neighborhood tot on his lips, drew him to a low chair, and dina assessed as the property of the Florida
l. :! A<*<: do merchant in Liverpool His name was delay-literally went upon her knees and t while. motioned him to be seated. Town Improvement Company :

I/M i: Bennett My mother died when I was an besought him not to be married for twelvemonths Although he had been very busy all the He obeyed. She kneeled beside him, her Fi
:. I infant I was an only child, and was utterly A clever woman was Mrs Blake. day he had seen Philippa once or twice, face level with his A i s
on a own. strange -
aal Who knew what unforseen things might and had promised to call again after the
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whom he happen in a year evening service. He preached his sermon, s !Eot
'" i t"1$ paid by marrying a man particularly wreathed her warm white arms aroundhis <
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?i: 1.1 1 I disliked. My husband died three Percival yielded to some extent After introducing a few fitting words about tom neck. She kissed him on his brow, his -- --

.t' iw ;t. t .years ago; my father shortly afterward. all, before he married he must prepare: an- row's event; then, having lingered in eyes, his mouth. She drew Her face a little I 7 14 15 16......... _................... $4 88
1".t: ),'li He forgave me on his death-bed, and left other home for his mother and sisters. ttu vestry giving some last instructions to away from his, and her dark lustrous eyes 3 4 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 22

,;," t\j'\: : me all he had to leave. He might well forgive He told Philippa what he had promised.She hi subordinates, he started to walk acrossto gazed into his with wild rapture. He for- 2 { 23......................................... 20 95
.".' j'" :e.;. .' me. I had long before repented of my said nothing, but something in her the Hollies. got every thing save the glorious being who 3 47172120313233 34......... 29 22
1-.." ...:: obstinacy and folly." look made him regret he had made the He turned from the river-path and struck kneeled beside him-all save his love for 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 141516 17
1l"I A hard look came into her eyes as she promise. However, he vowed that the first across the field toward the Hollies. He had her, her love for him. 4 { 182223242526272829....... 24 24
should be his scarcely gone twenty yards when he hearda 9 10111213141718192021.
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'.a: ; ;0'f';\.f'., ..I!: "You were unhappy r said the rector Mrs. Blake played her part very well, sharp' scream; and looking round, he saw Her magnificent bosom caresses rose and fell passion with: 5 { 22 23 24 25............................ 8 43

i,. ,I!t, sympjLthizingly. and Percival was delighted when she sug- to h s right, some distance up the river- her quick breathing. His cheek brushedher 15678 9 10 111213 14 15

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fir : \o...s"\ was eyes country truth-that the woman, who appeared to be "blind, unholy passion!I" 30...........................................1 2S 52
.: away. Her lips hardened and grew thin widow, was a woman of fashion and friends. Percival murmured the .
"Percival, 3 4 5 10 111314 15 16 17
:', "t ;.I'" ... with a bitter smile. Percival Blake, watching It is very possible that while pressing this defending herself from some. ruffian's mur- woman. "You love me?" 8 I 18 26..................................._.I 26 03
"'"'1-1t t..l4t' her, knew that she had a past she would invitation on Philippa Mrs. Blake thought: derous attack, was Philippa.Percival in words."I n O A K. n T Q 10IK: 1 t! IT O1 ".)
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'+., :.Jt' ''Q. lain forget "She- has lived in London. A woman of- her- -- Blake was a man of immense am worth loving," she whispered. 9j t 24 33........... .........................J,I 42 13
14v y Then he took his leave, and went to perform extraordinary appearance cannot be forgotten muscular power. At Oxford he had been "Such love is worth a sacrifice. Percival, it 10 22.,3.....................................J 1 7 53
: less agreeable if less dangerous duties.. Some one must surely know all famous as an athlete. Without a word he is worth more. It is worth a crime!1" 1234567 8910 111213'''!
: ;i tuS' His account of his morning's visit spread about her." set his teeth and sprang on Philippa's assailant Even then he returned her embrace. J I 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23:

fit", consternation through the rectory. With Although Percival begged her to go with He dared not strike him-his crushing "Percival, listen. Love, :kiss me and 11 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33'

t discreditable want of tact he praised Mrs. his mother, Philippa hesitated. blow might fall on the wrong person- listen. That man outside-ha is my felon l 34...........................................i, ;50)( 21
Russell to the skies. His mother and sisters "Have you forgotten whispered.. but in a second the wretch found his arms 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21|

3k.,.,{.kl'' .at once took the alarm. Percival, after all, He frowned. wrenched from his victim and half dislocated hU1lban A sharp fierce cry broke from him. His .12. } 22232425263132................' 33 10
might not be cut out for a bachelor. The "It is better to face what may be in store I while he writhed helplessly in the en very lips turned ashen. Yet he still held 7: 1 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24;

o 1 It joint regency was threatened-not by one than to fly it Nothing can part us." ragel clergyman's grip. He did not stop to : her to him. 13 \ 25 26.................................-.j., 2302
+L -who would be a suitable spouse for the "Very well, I will go." argue the moral points of the cas His "They told me he was dead-yet he lives. 14 26................................. ...... I : 23 67
'a blood boiled in most unchristianlike manner 15 56151617182021.( ...........J
> x rector of Chelston, but by a terribly beautiful She kissed him, and for the thousandthtime a No matter. Shall love be wrecked by
9' i young widow, about whom no one knew told him how much she loved him. Without more ado he put forth all his him!" our 16 24 25.................................._..;' 19 24

;feraiws j anything But Ic I that to manifest A fortnight afterward Mrs. Blake and great him with strength prodigious and hurled force.the The ruffian man from fell A cold sweat broke out all over the manYet 13*:' {t 23 1234567121314151619 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31........:, 23 63
unhappily son began Philippa were seated side-by-side at he kiss. :
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will -and determination with a dull heavy thud on the iron-bound ;
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t on 18{ 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32,
still and silent
there
walk his own way, and, moreover, walked of much path: moreover, he lay ; i
1 the object attention. Sud- voice. "How shall it be? Shall we fly like [ 33 34 11
re a that way so far and so openly that the folks and Percival, whose rage was expended iu 34.-I j
Blake noticed
Mrs. that her 81
denly companion cowards to another land? I am rich, you 19 4 5:6 10 35
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ii j <.: ; even stopped short in the middle of a sentence -. human know." 20 4567891011...................-1 -t 53
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very and begged a gentleman near her to He shivered from head to foot Some 23 5 10........................................*( 6 3.
I He had long left off deceiving himself. lead her from the room-the heat 43
e was over- life.Yet strange instinct made him turn his eye3 to 25
t : .His fate had met him. He loved this her. Then Mrs. Blake felt that Philippa was his first care. She stood 16..2. ... ...... \ 25
coming sure the little bundle she had placed on the table. 26 ................... ,
+ I woman with all the strength of his really something had occurred, and, looking roundin by his side motionless Her face, in the The woman followed his gaze. 27 6 7 8.....................................-1 i 7 2*

$4 s ; strong natuie. and was striving, in deadly search of it, saw a man leaning againstthe moonlight, looked livid Her eyes were di- "No," she said, with a low, wild laugh. 28 3 ...................................... ,,-I i 3 ro
r, ca 1 .li' >earnest, to make her love him. His passion opposite wall and eyeing Philippa with lated and lull of horror. She paid no heedto "No need to fly. Percival, I would have 32 13........................................... 160
+ had swept away all domestic barriers. amused wonder. his anxious inquiries, but she clasped her done it alone, but I, knew wj should love 33' 567391012.-i. 5 43
I ; t'' .Mother: sisters, everything faded into insignificance She knew him well-a rising barrister, hands round his strong right rrm-she even better if we sinned together. Come."' 34 2 7 8.-, 340

,t, t. t r9 beside it Life without that one with whose family she had long been upon seemed to caress it, to be trying to estimateits StiJ holding his hand, she aro:.e. Percival 39 8...........................................-1 i 15 80
} ;#% s woman's love was worthless. The touch of terms of intimacy.. So when he turned his power. Blake.staggered to his :eel He swayed to 40 south half of 8........................ 3 ro
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.! sound of her musical voice thrilled him. vacant chair, Mrs. Blake signed him to fill -you have killed him. table for >support. The ,woman smiled 47 7 8.................................. ....._, o 63>
Tha rector of Chelston loved at last-loved "God, forbid! *aid Percival nervously, 48 1236 7.-1 i 13

t .as only one man out of 1,000 can love. The itShe cut greetings and inquiries and stepping to the lallen man. His fears in his face. 49 4..........;..........................-...... 3 S.I!
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my a stoppered bottle. .6..7..8..9. 13
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"It will be painless, she murmared. "It 21 22 23|
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9G '1 to 16. 1lc1I1SVe..l., L. known a.'J blocks 145 to "vas 151. inclusive: :" "' Jones J. D. estate 0 ..............?.. ........... ............,10,I 1 N :23 E 6101, 7 23

97 11 to 8. .. c'; I 28.4 to 2R9 inclusive. and part. of 214' \. ', '- ....'.. King, Har iet.....:.... N k of lot 8. hluck'40.F, eruandina_......... ...'...... ...... ......... {I 4 70 .

105 11 to 8, 1 14. 47 ,'. '... 23'>, and 25'> .' ......... _" 3 3 N 28 E 3'>, : f All I of fractional....... ........:. .....-............. 5 2 N 23 E 126;:

100 |11 to 8, .e..m..1 :. :: The astern part'of;; what; ryas: formerly '' 1' '..,: .' I All 'of fractiona1........... ...... .................. e' 2 N 23). Ui i

1011,, to 16, known as block 229,.partof., 246 245 ; '. (.... '. S::J'E # ofX'E t; liltS I, 2: 3 und 4............... 9 2 N 31: 239
6 inclusive.... ..:. ....... ,
103 H to : : .I. and ,_>'f4 ...........?"... ........................... 21 "3N 28E. '18 ; EofNEEofN 1VN'WofNE ', I j I"
J09 Jl to 6, inclusivel .................. ', L I The of' what .' ,' .";- .1 t 1: N\V'fN1VNEofSW 1; 1\ i 1t
eastern was ,
formerly ', I t
part
110 | to 8. inclusive........;.........? t known block 228 lots 1,2 .9 .10..0'' + : ; =. ;. E of l,lt ;i................ ................;... ...... 10 :,! ;i-; 32-11
ItS .
111 11 to 8, inclusive.................. block 227...... .........;........ ...... ...... ...... 18 "3\: '_>8E .,' ., 3'".. .' ...,. .-. ...:..: '\{'',.,,/,'-" .:, ', Lot 4........ ........... ................................,11 2 N _; L _.)01'I' ,'r.. .
'
117 11 to 8, inclusive........ .......0 __. ''I Lots 1 2 and 4 of what was formerly : : . 'N :'f",0 ":.: S;: E.1 0.N 11' #...................................... .5 2 N 23 E 40. ; : ',

118 11 to 8, !inclusive.. ............ ...1 ,. .:.t- known as block 257 258 46.1; lots 6 7 ; ,;. ;, ') .; I'f. <;'-: :,"1: f Lot 1.................. ............_............ ......... -.'8, _.) N 23 E i 4Q :.. '

119 |11 to 8,, inclusive! """""""". : I 8 in block 245 lots 1.2 8 9" 10m block '" ; ,I ':r. .; 'r-" r <.:;i'f..zii :: SWofNES i : nfNW4'V'tf'E: I S
; ;:
: '
120Jii:! 11 to 8, !inclusive! ,....... ...... ...... : :7,n-r.: 247 2 3 8 9 10.10 block.256: lots : '' .. : -:,. ... /\Eot.SW; #.................. ..............,122N23E 240
.... ............. ; lots.1 ..', 'iS'- 1
inclusive
8 J. ; .t- N .1..1
i II to : -I I # N 0" E1 a \r'1 'N S
; ; ; oi of.: ; -
: 4 5 G ,7 in block 259; .ont lots 1 3 7 R 9 ,.. 2" J: ; ::1. :: I ;
1.' -' ''I to 8, inclusive.................. I 10'3536' 37 38142 '4344 45 46 47' 51 52 .,1 ,.,. .:., .' ;: ;>,"' : t. j': ;>- \\ }.... ....................... 13, 2 V 23 J... 530..rJ .
59f-f( |.' 3 4 5678 910 11 12 13 14. 53 M 55102103'10t 10.5 lOG 107 108. -. ; .ir.4 s t I N.E '#;'X E.hfSE..N.: !, I of'S W } itt ,_ 14', ?r ::- 23 E 333'' -" n,

( ''l5: 10..... .....................-......... 523 'I 142. 144 '145 146 147 181 182 183 184 :. .JJ;. .t-. ':.': 'f- .";,;. k.:.. .4i.b..',; 'I Shot lot l.lut2NWofNWEoi. : ; ;.

62 ,1123456.78.- 32 .. ..;.,. 185186187188189190 191 192 7to / '. .. :: ,"., f.,0'-oJ':)o...'N-. :,' 'C ,. SESWofSW; .: .}.................... ......15,2N23F 2S0:: :FZ44 .
Ci J 12345678....................... 32 I 88inclusive,125 to 135: inc1usive..268; \ .. ',.; .r"f.". 1.1. ,...,' "' ..-;',.J. All 0 rf rac 10na I.:................?.. ............... 21'' ._, \ 23 E OJ-
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65Wi <'I 234..5 U 7 0.'f I 269 270 271......... ............... ........ ......... 18 3N 28 E t"227 't\.t 1.1' !':'" 't" n>, ''. uK" N.E'of NE #; S .lof E.l"t't( I ."".
2 3 4 -5 6 7 ........................ 1 30 ,, .. I ,' .1l ts2,3,4Wof NE 1; X W of l SS
11 ; _. .. I Lots 1 5 6 and the east part of.I lot : i ..
07 ':12345678 ............. ........- 4 29 formerly known itS lot 3 4 5 G' 7.111.4. ,i'i ;. : L.nch..John.. ....... S' E i.-.. ...... ......_..........:................ 22 223 E 314 ;

68C9 |11234 567 8...:.........._......... 1 30 ." '. I 8. block 227 lots 4 5 G'i in: block ". =; .: : SEofNWSWof, SES uf Sf.I .

1 15 *.......................................... 2 35 t 247 m.lots 4 5,6 ;7 in block ..,5fi blocks<< ; : .;: ,v. '1.............. .....;...... ......... ...... ......... 23, 2 ZJ E 160

70 ............. .......................... 85 222223; 224 225 ,,226 248 249 250: 251 : .-: ,J ; : I NNofNEEofSEN1vofS;: ; i '1"

71 f.6.......... .................._......... 2 80, 252.253 00:1255':: outlots.11 t03!, !lnclu- ,' >< :... .., 'I I' W #....................................... ...... ......111'; 2 N 23 E 160 .. >
........................... ........... 6 I ; '".. ; : :. E.1 ofN \". # E ofSE ..'. .... .
72 1128. 08 sine 56 to 00. inclusive 89.......... ......... 14 .3N "_8'E. ; } } ........... ...... 272.N 23 E 1U\.i ,
73: 1234567...._.................. 20 ; 3,09. ." hff'j: : ; ;'"": .,: WufNE1\VlofS, : EN; WlNl; !
Fractional section containing what \va.
74 ,123456 7........................._ r,, 04 formerly known as olltlOts 90 to 97.111: : :: d"f.: I ofSW ........................................ 26 2N23E 3DS

75 11 30 ] clusive; 120 121 122 123..'.....................10 3N 29E 141 : I .;: '. !.lA'm.i1. ;:',\ r J K 'V #............... ............ .......................,19 2 N 24 E 160 ..

70 12345678..1 94: Fractional section containing what. was! ,, :,. .J N4ofN'EW4ofNW ij; SE 1 of N .
77 5 ................... ......... ......... ..... 09 Flona Town Im- formerly known as outlots 296 297 298 : ':A.S' WE3ofSENWofS: ; ; EN i4

8....... .................. provemen : .;.,. ofS \V ... ..... ........ 34
78 I 735 6 7 ..... 8 48 299 31f312 98 99 100 -101 109 to 119,
79 T 34 5 6.......... ....................... 7 58 I inclusive 124 to 141, inclusive ............ 11 3N 29E 287'' ..1;,,:..,.'=:, ); f\ E i- ofNE 1'l; !......................... ........ 4 2 N l4E 399 .i
-
m 69 I An of what formerly known as s ,0 r.......... ............... ......... 5 2N24E:

81 08 blocks 153 to was 213 inclusive 235 01 .; : ;.>N": ; ,,f' All of...................... ...... .....;.................. 6.. 2 X 24 ELp.

82 I 39 ; ; part 2-l .3..T 8E : : i"I-! I All of............... ........................ ...... ...... 4 2 N 24ENE1V& .
214 234 236................. ......... ...... ......... 2S0) ) .
83 59 ; AIl of what formerly known as .' ; ............................................. 8 2N2 4 E 2,400.

'. 84 59 _.....A blocks 232 235 was 27 to 240, ',,mclu- ..". .. : NEW; !.................................... .........18 2N24E 560
85 59 I sine 263 to 267. 1I1c1nslve.197 outlots 154 to : 1Vof SW }................................... ......32 2N24E
; S of SV #....... ................ .. 31 801
8G 59 '< 172. Inclusive. 202 t.o 213. inclusive 250 : .. .......... ...... 2 N 24 E

87 15 .it:. .: I to 253, inclusive..... ... .. ............ ...;......25 3N 28E. ., 208 l W of K E 1; N W:1: ofSE 1; lots 1 and 233 2 N 23 E 220, 64 61
83 1[ 99 ,/> ;.. AIl of what was for lerly as out- I Moore, Mrs. Jane.. \V 4 ofN"V i ofSEE ofN Eof S.
kowp {
89 1 70 I lots 15O'lD1 152 ID3 to 1.8. inclusive, "' 'V #......... ..... ......... ........................... 24 2 N 23 E 40 2 75

98 1 1 70 195 to 201. inclusive, 238 to 212. incln 1 .J. ; I Mooney: ; J. H.......... Lot 25, block 3. Pernandina..............:.... ... "".. ..... ..... ,o 7 38Iiddleton r
: I PM..... Subdivision "B" of lot 5 in block '
\
99 1 70 248249 243.
263 to 267 272 273 274 247 {
100 t 70 sive 255 254.214 to 223, inclusive................ 26 3X 28E 125 being part of...................................... 233 N 28 E .5 75
101 1 27..3. 70 AIl of what was formerly known as Ol1t- 1\JcKinna, -.;.:..;.. S E of S E I................................. ......... 2Z2N 24E 40 1 ro

102 1 70 lots 148 149 179 180 193 194 Peterson..P.............. S 'V #.......................... ............... ......... 22 2 N 24 E 160 4.25

103 1 .1 70 237. ...... ..... ..................... ........22423620.......... 3N 28 E 2G Paulk D........... :..... AU of block 20. Hilliard.......... ............... ......... 4 5 30
104 1 70 AIl of what was formerly known as out- Parker, B. C............ N E of SV 1....................... ............... 113 N 24'E. 40 7 30
Palmetto Palm and
112 1 58 ,
lots 243 244 245 246 256 to 263, inclu-
113 1 58 sive'; 275 to 298, 300 to 310...... ..............27 3N 28E 120 Paper Co.:............ E 1 of lot 4 (machinery, etc).......... ......... 433 N 28E 5-6 16 22

114 1 58 I AIl of'......... ......... ......... ... ..... ......... ...... 18 3N'29E Pennsylvania: RR Co The Zack Haddock grant....................... 39 4 N 25 E 709 30 68

115 1[ 85 All of ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ......19 3 N 29 E } 170 Robinson, R. E_...... S of lot 6, block 52; Fernandina............ ... ...... ..,... ......... 2 38
I Lot 3......... ...... ...... ................ ...............
116 1 58 All of ......... ................................. ......... .28 3 N 28 E 6 ; 234 N 25 E 65
123 1 58... AIl.of ...... ......... ...... ......... ......... ............ 13 3N' 29E 62 Reynolds. 'V J..... { S E 1 ors E #........................_...,........... 33 4 N 25 E 40

124 1 58 I All of.............. ............ ......... ............... 16 ,,3N 29E 21 SWofSW :# .............. ......... ...............344N25E 40 664
125 1 68 Roux, Geo S............ Lot 18. block 6, Fernandina................... .. ...... .. ......... 14 71 ,
All of ............ .................. ......... ...... ...... 29 3 N 28 E 418
126 1 05 Sanders, B. Jr........ N I of N E # ofNW }............ ..... .:....... 3 2 N 24 E 20 339
All of .....,.........:.. ....................... ......... 1 2N 28E 15
127 3 47.......... ......... .................... 729 All of ...... .................. ......... .................. 352N'28E Sauls, G. W.......:.... S \V of NE 1........ ..:..................... .....,14 2 N 24E 40 329

128 1 567 8.......... ............... ........ 1012 I All of ......... ............... ........................... 5 r N 28 E } 560 $107 91 Sur.rency, J. R......... S 'V i of N 'V }......... .................. ........; 16 1 N 21 E 40 6 04
129 12345'678........................ 1431 Smith John............ The Jack Smith placeS E part of.......... 29 2 S 24'E' 40 4 85
All of ......... ......... ...... .................. ......... 7 2N 28E '
130 12345678....................... 6 08.. I An of............ ............... ........................ 9 2 N 28E '32- 65 Swearingen, R. 'V { WI of NWS; ofSEofNW 1; 1YofSVN4ofNE1ofSW.164N24E!

131 2 3 4 6 7 8:.......................... 534 AlI'of ......... ........:...... ............... ............13 2 N 28 E 127. ; : 200 1054
132 1 to 8, inclusive. ............ ......... 3 10, I All of ...... ......... ....;......................... ... 1 IN 28E. 182 :.14 Stewart Ben........... N E corn.er....... .................. ......... .........19 2 N 25E 16 3 80
8 inclusive ......... ...... .. : l 325 SuttonH.,: ....._...... S E of ;lot 3....... ............ ..
133"to. ... 3 10 AIl of-............... .............. ..................... 31 2 N 29 E 6 j corner ; .......... .7 4 N 25 E 2 5 30
1M 1 to 8, inclusive................ ...... 3 10 l Subdivision or lot'4;............ ......... ......_... 47 3N 2ME 7 27 Stanley, L. W.....; { All of.......:...; .................. ............... ...... 33 2 N 28 E '17

135 1 to 8, inclusive.........,............ 57 09 All of........ ....:..................................... 37 3N 28E 379 5 89 S j All of................ ..................... ...... ...... 28 2 N 28 E 2 74
136 24'5678..m i ................. 26 43 Tra'eye, David and .
the of the 48 3 N 3 64
Austin James M..... In S E corner Christopher grant 27 E 8
137 1 to 1C, !inclusive., .............:...... 4 88 .Borne James....... In centre of F. P. Sanchez grant............ 2 N 25 E 40 10 53 Thomas.............. Lot 22. block. 17, Fernand.na....... ............ ...... ... ......... 9 33

138 1 to 1C, inclusive...... """""..- 4 88 Bell C., .. Lot 1 block 79, Fernandina................... .5 ......... 6 80 Tanner. D. H.;........ AIl of- lot 3......... :.;;.......:...................... 5 j 2 S 23 E 80 7 38
139 1[ to 16 inclusive..................... 2 49 Booth .iI.- described in deed on record in. Tison John............ N 'V corner.......... ....... ......................... 40 1 N 25E 163 5 30

140 1 to 8, inclusive.......... ...... ...... 2 49 C. { County Clerk's office a or part of............ 46 '1 N 25 E 71 4 55 Ton11inson. J. J.:...... Lot 1............................. .................. ...... 1 2 N 27 E 32 5 30

141 1 to 8, inclusive...................... 2 49 All of ( N of S 'V i N E i of N Williams, John.... f Bounded on .'V by R. Ro, on N by Sumt i

142 1 to 8, !inclusive.......;.............. 129 ) except ; 2 N 25 E 480 t merlin swamp, being part of................ 472 N 25 E 5 3 29

143 1 to inclusive.......... ............ 1 SFofNWNWofSEEof S
29 .A ......
Burne" M......... ...... 251
144 1 to 8.inclusive.I ... .................. 1 29 3 ,......,. 25E 46 'Vilds. E.............. { 'V 1; lot 1............................... ............ 35 4 N 26 E

215 1 to 10, inclusive.. ..,.................. 10 58 E1).3 Lots 1 and 2.;...... ..................... ............ 36 4'N 26 E 330 3 72

216 5678.......:............................. 6 83 ( 2 N 25E 331 33' 72 Wilds, w. 1\1........ S or (except 60 acres in S E corner)...... 2 3 N 26 E 260 .

217 456 7............................ ......_ 4 58 Brunh'l'ld H........... ) ...... ..... .. 4' 99 { N 4.......... ........................... ..................10 3 N 26 E 320 11 88
218 1 L to 10'inclusive.I .................... 3 10 3 N ""E ; Wilds,.M................ N 'V corner.......... ...................... ........., 38 3 N 2GE 20 5 30

219 1 L to 10, inclusive.,.......... ......... 1 59 r The Waterman grant..................... ......... 56 3 N 27 E x,845 256 Wilson, T. L........... N of lot 2, block 81, Fernandina......:.... .? .. ....,4 25

220 1 L to 10, inclusive............... ...... 1 59 All Of ............ ......... ......... 43 3 N 27.E 310 Washington; Jos...... S of S 'V i; lots 12 and 13_ ......... ........,11 4 N 24 E 80 3 79

221 1 to 10, inclusive I ..................... 1 59 I All of.......... ......... ......... ...".."..".. ."."..."."...".."..."..50.N 27 E 1 1,360 .. 'Wood,'W.. F......... { N 'V i; S of lot 3 in block 243. or part 23 3 X.28 E .
12345'67 89 ... Lots 4 and 5 block,16 Fernandina......... ...... ..... .........
10.11 1213' .. ...... ............... '{ ... 23 69
N }.................... ......... .. .. 54 31' 27E 254.
208. 14 15 16 18 Whitehurst L. 'V ... Lot block 70. :Fernandina..,................ ...... .... ...
{ 17 22 23. 24 25 26 : 4. ... .. .... 13 22
...... .....
All of:....... ...... ........................... .533N'2i 'Ii.: 212' .
27 23 34.......... .................. ...... 73 61 J N i of......... ............... ...... ...... ............... 55' 3 T I Williams, L............ S E 1 of lot 8, block 80, Fernandina....... ... ..... ... ? ......... 35 2-2

4: 6 7 8.9 10 11 12 13 14 All of ..... .................. ......... ......... ...... 41 3 N"alu ,;' 6 65 Wilds, C.................. W part of Christopher grant......... ......... 48 3 N 27 E 3,79

209.{ 15. 16 19 :20, ,21. 23 24 Brown E G........ All :of::.:..... ......... ......... ......... ........... ... 42 .3"N .\ Owners Unknown... N ofSE 1; X''of-lot 4 of S.'V #........... 8 2 N 27 E 430 I 4 54
:!<)..................... ................ ...... 58 05 All;of......... ......................... ..... ...'.,..."..... 43 .31'' .}'O".. ..'I All 1 of......... ......... .................. ......... ...... 56. 2S: 26 E 880 14 42 '
12345 '' 6 7 8 9,10 111213 I NE !.......:............ ..................... ............ 35 ,1 S 24E 160 2:45
.. .....
All of........ ...... ......... ......... ...... .... .11 3 N 26'E 640
270. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 All of........ ................................. ......... 9 1 S24B 640 8 13
N E }....... ............... .............................. 23 3 N 2GE 160
f 2425 26 .28 ::'9 30 31 32 33 34.. 4197 The Henry Young grant.............. ..... ... 40 3 X 26E 190 Lot 2............ ............................. ......... 5 1 N 23 E 4U 245
271 15 16 Block 1. lots
17 18 19 22 23 247 28 All of............................... ............... ...... 44 2 N 27 E 1,107 5,6,26.2728,29. Fernandina 56 61
29 32 33 ......... Block lots 8 and 9 Fernandina...........
34. .... 17.
... 3 95
............ 31 46 ,
....
: The Albertie tract........ .............. .:39 2 N 26 E 51-1 s
1 r3 4 5 6 7.89,1011121314 +Block 19, lots 1, 2, 13.14, 15. 16Fernandina 5)3
block 4'and
Lots 3 4 5 6 and 34
273274. 15 16 17 18 l saw- Block 22. lots 3 and 6 Fernandina...........
{ 19.20 21 22.23 24 mill 'Frisiidina........................ ......... ... ...... ,46135 1G 21
25 26 27 28 Block 12. tots 1. 2 and R. OM 'fown..........
29 30 31 3
I 32 33 34... 7 93 Borne wni........... N E .1 .of N E 4"1............................. ......... ,,3 2 N 25 E 40. 9 78 79
1234567 8 91 1011; 12 13 Bachlot J. R....... Lot 2..3 4 N" 23E ,80

{ 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 { All of............."""........ ...... .................. 38 5 N 24 E 640 9.78 wARREN' F. SCOTT;

27527G 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32,33 34 538 Bliss, n. K. &'Sons.. Lot 2............... ............_........... ............ 53 3N28E 75 5'4 Collector of Revenue. Nassau County. Florida.Fernandina .

!1 to 34, inclusive.............. ...... 5 18 Bonaud Peter"""... Lots 3 and 4, block 47. Fernaudlllu.: """" ... ........ ...... """... 9 48 ,: Florida, April 10th, 1880. .

1 to 3f'inclusive I """"..".......- 15 06 Caldwell & King..E '1 2" of N E #., E of S.E 1....................... 35 4..,..... 25.E. 160 3 79

278 279 11 to 34, inclusive 1 .............. ...... 5 18 Counts, J. C.......... N E i of N .E #........._......... ......... ......... 7 2 S 23E 40 9'8 .

250 to 34, !inclusive......... ........... 5 18 Connor, Frank........ N \V # of N 'V !...... ............ .. ......... ......3 2 .N 2-1E. 40 ,4 55 SEWING MACHINES E. FRASER, S IIiv
to inclusive...................... 1.7 Lot in Callahan as described :iii a deed oil .
281 11 16, inclusive.........._.... 1 77 ,
1rto : Cay, R., Jr., agt.... { record in book 'R, pages 550 and 551, IMPROVED HOMEOPATHIC AND ,HYDROPATHIC
ater lot ALL MAKES
I" 1, with wharf improvement county recor s;........... ..... ......... ......... ... ..... ..... 3 9 ,8 LATE PHYSICIAN,

I,( .."""""". .......... 18 80 Delany, T. S............ Lot 1. block 40FernandIna.: ........... ......... ... .' ..... ...... ......... 6 G4 Has located at Fernandina i
Water lots 2 345 6................. 44: 98 'V ... For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO permanently
(Water lots Dougherty and offers his professional services to the
7 8 9 10 11-12 1314 estate of-...:.......:: Lot 1 of...... ............................. ............... ;1 2 N 27E 3r 4:25.: of this and surrounding
15'16'17'18 20 21'.22 23 24 7 04 Dozier 'John L ot. block 1 Fernandina: ......... .;.: ....11.... ..?io.. .:.i-u.....'... 1218 people Diseases of place children specialty.arCan.be country.
(Also all the ,wharves lying be"N'W 1;N :! !. ,LII of every description, and a
; found at the Tourist Hotel. .
tween the ; .
I steamship dock S'V i.; S E of S W }........................,12 2 N 24E '564 ATTACHMENTS Ii for any SewIng Machine,

and the foot of Centre street... 30 32 An of fractional......... ..................... ...... 36 3N 24E 560 for sale. ,

ALSO lots Dyal & Upton...... A ]]10f.......... ............... ......... .................. 6 2 N 25 E J O. ,RUSSELL, }I. D.,
The
followidg lying in An of......... .................. ............... ......... 8 2 N 25 E } 1017. Old Machines repaired at moderate II *
OLD ,
TOWN, FERNANDINA : E ofSWlotsland2. .......... .... ... 1.2N24E 584 .', prices. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
2 9................... ......................... 39 ; : ; : ; "c HENRY HOBEIN I
Saw mill o'.2 2 N 21 E......... 152 61 the Tourist Hotel
East of
3 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 12.......... ... ,
......
249 .
> Third and Ash Streets
Corner
Lot 10 block Fernandina ......... ......... .. 1 I
4 3 4 8 11 12 13 ......... ............... 2 34 .... 8 Fernandina Fla. FERNANDINA, FLA:
8 Lot 7 block 39. Fernandina........... ......... ...... .
12 5 6 7 9 11 12.........._......... 2 49 Lot 29 block 268. rnandina........ ......... .... ...... Office Hours-8 to 10.a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 0
9 .
123456 ....... ...... ..... ,
8 ........
2 19 I ... \ to 9 m.
Lot bloc F .
11 DickinsonMrsM.S 2 269.' ernan Ina........ ......... ...... p.
1 to 12, inclusive..................... 3 69 Lot : Town..... .. WILLIAM :B. C. DURYEE
14 7 block 9, Old ... ... .......... ...... ,
16 1234567891112........... 3 39 1 All of.................. .................. .............;. 11N. 640 .
1 to 14 inclusive.................... 4 29 '
Lots E of S E of N .. 31 '
2 3.4'; 1 E i. ......... 2 N 25E 517 56 24 MERCHANT
17 91U COMMISSION
18 7 8 11 12.......... ............... 70 Errickson 'Martin... S.'V i'of N 'V.i......... ....:.... ......... ......... 22 2 N 24E 40 199 ,
1257 8.......... .......;...'............ 84 In S 'V of.- 1._"8 -AND-
portion ... 2 N 27E 10
19 12356'7 8 9 10 11 12.......... 3 24
Forsyth 1Thos..3&. In the S 'V portion (or as iescribed in
20 1 to 19, inclusive.................... 1 00 { a deed on record In. book ''T,? 311 Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber,- .

21 1 to 10 inclusive..... ............... 84 pages
22 : ;land 312, county records _.:................... 38 2 X 27E 25 6 80 ADVERTISERS
1 to 8, inclusive...................... ,1 75 BY THE CARGO, .
33
23 Ferguson", C........... S E i'of S'E 1.n.-. .. 3 X 24E 40 530.
1
to inclusive......... ........
.... 84
')} 1 : Gust Allen............. S E } of SE i'.......... .................................. 29 3N: .2 5 E 40 544 Domestic Trade can learn the
to If'inclusive.................... 115' For or Export exact cost
25 1 ; Chas ............ Lot 4......... ......... ........................;.......... 7 ,4 N. 25E 51 5 00 .
to 11 inclusive.................. 1'00'
"0 1 &'' Bradley..... 'V '.1 2" of S W }........... .......................-...... 16 1N: 23 E 80 2.75 FERNANDINA FLORIDA.W. .
to 18 inclusive............ ,
2 3 5 ........ 40 Green, Jesse..... ...... Saw-mlll....:. ...................... ......... ......... 14 1.N2'E' ......... 1920 of proposed line of
any
6 7 8 '
9 10 11
{ 16 12 13 14 15 Hlhlaban! W. R..... Lbt 2, block! 7.1. emandma_....... .......... ... ...... ...... ......... 8'28 : BAUKNIGHT
: 17 18 19 20 21 ......... ........... 80 Hlggmbotham' : K. ,
2S 1 to inclusive ..... ............... 39 As des mbed.In. a deed on record in book I. advertising in American
_
..30 AGENT,
29 1 ; pages county records............ .2 N.25E ?i} 380
to inclusive........ ...... ...... 39 Ci
N I of lot 3..0: 4'N 25E 43 RETAIL
30 1 to 12 inclusive........ .......... ,70 WHOLESALE. AND .
: :* Haddock, Thos... S E } of N E 1 W.J ofS 'V 1 N' of N E
31 1 to inclusive:..................... 70 S ; ; '.''' AND STOCK DEALER. papers by addressing
VofNESEofNW l''E BUTCHER .
9 1 to 20.inclusive 1 ........ .............. '40 ; : ; AND .
: 1 S W #;'N !,of S E ;..........:.... ......... 19 4 :N 25E 450 19 95 '
to 15, inclusi ve......... ... .... 40 Higginbotham, C.. 1.1.the' S 'corner of the S. Christopher Dealer'in Ice: Geo. P.: R well & Co.

34 1234.........................:...:.... 25 ,
36 1 ; t............................. .....................41 ) N 28E 110 .9 ,78 TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, ,
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i ? : ,'LUUI1)A 1 fIRnOIt.I given, and to fifteen other 'harbors. : JVHAT IS' TO' COME..*-OFIT. ,? .' 1 The City's Finances. i Clothing. -
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from The' .tend .to the disruption Just received, .3- tine line of Youths
sums $20,000 to $50,000. gene nc and
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I ANNUAL OF THE COMMITTEE: ON FINANCES Boys' Spring Clothing, fine goods Prices
... GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. The chairman of the committee, of the relations between employers OF THE CITY COUNCIL. very low. J. & T. KYDD.

I Subscription, 82 per year; six, months. 81. 'Mr.; Willis, of Kentucky,made a very and.thp e whom they employ To. the Honorable the City Council: Quarantine A'otfce.
.. I( able presentation of the bill and Your Finance Committee beg .leave to, Notice: is hereby,given that' the Quarantine _
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., the make the following report for the fiscal for the Port of Fernandina I
naturally
loor suggests question year goes into
1, Office corner Centre and First,streets,second ,
said effect the.first of
: on May:next.
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ending April 1,1886
m What is to come of it? If this state By.order.of the Board of Health. ,
this ignoring :The city: ledger shows the following balances i -
I RATES OF ADVERTISING. Proceeding upon theory, H. J. BAKER, Sec'v
t p Ten cents a line for the first,'and five cents.for State linesTahd State boundaries,and considering -. 'of:things lyto&ontinue, ,:. (js,evident ': "* *. Fernandina.Fla., April 23. 1886. I

fit' t ,, "4 'each. 'subsequent insertion. ,<' .only. I. :the. "demands,( .x;>.f. commerce' .. at' that,thewcap.italj f Jhe .country will James. E.. Meddaugh V' (acct.. Dr.. Cr. Notice.
: Special local notices,15 cents a line. each'point, we took the'reports of the engi :' not fully adjusted):.:_..._... $30 70 The City,Tax Collector's office will be

f 41 Reading notices, 25 cents a line. neers as the foundation of our examination, no longer, be employed.. in. building T. Kydd, treasurer......._...... St,457'58 0. Friend's s tote, Third and Centre streets at E.
advertisements appli ..
: Special rate for time upon
carefully investigated all the facts with reference -- Interest and Sinking Fund... 1,13595 until further notice. O. S. OASES '

cation at.the office. to-each harbor and each river in the up great enterprises which will em- Water supply......._......?.-.... 2,02188 Collector.
inter a country. We examined the original plans ploy large numbers of laborers be- Bonds and coupons.............- 2,552 73 Fernandina, Fla., AprUU; ,1886.
C. J. Westberg collector...... 8,76148
est from parts county and estimates to find out how far they had 'Cause the uncertainty of labor must Sealed ProposalsWill
,Warrant account_.....__....... 3,54652
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i along the lines of Florida railways.All been accomplished, and the total amount render such enterprises a' doubtful General Fund........................ 2,30929 be received by the undersigned until 12:
I communications intended for publica.tlonshould appropriated ,therefor: ;, we took into con- "Itislso Streets and drains.................. 793 89 o'clock noon on Tuesday May 4th, 1886 for
be addressed to the Editor: all business success. a motive, to en removing the night soil in the city and'oid
sideration the amount of money on hand at W. H. Pope, mayo.r........:....... 100 00 Town for the
letters simply to THE FLORIDA. MIRROR.I of labor-, present municipal year. Speci
the beginning of the, fiscal year; and couraging e employment, .811,35501 811,35501 fications can be seen at the :Mayor's office,
; f I : finally, we inquired into the commercial saving devices and, machinery, so' The Council reserves the right to reject'
APRIL 1886.
SATURDAY 24
PA b or all bids. P. KELLY
statistics of the because 'CONDITION: OF THE CITY'S FINANCES-GENERAL any ,
wry' t.rrt t. place, we recognized that the least possible dependencewill Chairman Sanitary Committee
I' the. fact that a harbor which sheltered a FUND. Fernandina, Fla., April 24, lS8G.
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..i SENATOR CALL'S RESOLUTIONS- be required upon..human labor I ,Assets: .
lr, i thousand 'vessels was. ten' times more im- '
Cash in all funds
t The interests Florid'a,should be Take for instance the street cars treasury
,:1) portant than the harbor which sheltered a : except sinking and water. Sealed ProposalsWill

4 I a, paramount consideration :with our hundred; and that the river that bore which now employ a',vast number pi.persons"Who 'supply.fund........................: 8321 63 o'clock be noon received on Tuesday by the undersigned, :May 4th, 1836 until for 12

L in We upon its bosom'the commerce of $20,000,000was to be of the character Uncollected taxes (if all collected ., > performing the day work of'the
.... representatives Congress. ; seem ; ))..._-............... ...-....... 6,065'6486,387 27 follows scavenger.
twenty times'more important, the necessity : '' : city; as :
Lave been at a loss to understand of.: unskilled labor and"'y t are. Specifications-lite removal of all
ip garbage
for improvement being the same,' VtTG : Ltdtnlitie-
from time to time resolutions the most in all that may accumulate in and around dwellings
why ,than the river which bore a commerce of persistent strikes' : Outstanding scrip April 1, 85, 81,132 56 and stores and all other -
i : have been presented in the Senate by $1,000,000 in value. Thus availing ourselves parts of S the country. The recent Issued from April I,1885, to also, dead animals and poultry buildings; also, The
April 7, 1886........................ 5.460 97' of of all kinds
Senator Call which seem to have the ] of the reports of the engineers and of employment' of ,cable or traction trimmings trees, within the
g 86,593 53 city limits. The occupants or owners of]lots
invited and welcomedany
official documents
I tendency, whatever their purpose we information from roads, which"dispense entirely with Cancelled during year._......... 3,016 96 and buildings are to deliver the garbage in
supplementary any boxes barrels outside of the
: or sidewalk, except -
,i g* may be, to cast discredit upon our source whatever, ,whether oral or documen- horse power,and drivers, will receiyea (April 1. 1886,) ordinary city the trimming of trees, which will have

} i State and to create an impression tary. new ,impetus, and ,the horse cars scrip outstanding.............. 83,546 57 to be taken from the piles. Such garbage
inclu- must be taken to the dumping ground designated .
Fire ,
scrip outstanding !
; that our affairs require the interpo- U In other words, Mr..Chairman, our com- will follow the omnibusses, which ding interest on same: t by the Committee Streets and Sanitary -

sition of Congress in reference to the mittee-and'when I say committee I mean have but lately gone out of use;; the April 1,1885...._......81,206 53 Work, and there burned. Under the
word "garbage" it is understood that offals
all, of them, because.we referred none of Canc'led 598 45
f } compensation to be paid to agents subjects car drivers' stablemen* and more during Y! from shops, factories, or buildings in pro-
the State in reference these to a sub-committee com- than half the conductors Outstanding April gress of construction, are' not intended as
) employed by mittee, as an entirety, sitting as a jury, if will go out 11886.................. U08 08- 60808-84,1565 being ,included as garbage to be removed
to the proper use.of lands granted to you'please, heard all the testimony and of employment on the cable roads., (_ __|__| under contract for day' scavenger work.
I Assets above liabilities (gen- The Council reserves the right to reject
.4idTbN ,, 4; the State for internal improvements, rendered our verdict upon each proposition The elevated roads will have en- eral fund)......_..............._ 82,232 62 any or all bids. P. KELLY,
,in incorporated the bill upon the. specificand Chairman Sanitary Committee.
administration of our railroads, : larged capacity and more lines and ,
,;
detailed facts presented in reference to CONDITION OF BONDS-INTEREST AND SINKING FUND Fernandina, Fla., April 24, 1886.
j, and the purely'State question of the it." .- -now-come, in.the .tunnel-.roads also Or. ._ :

control of the railroads, as well, also, Mr. ,Willis stated that the sum ex- to be run.,]py steam,,. The prospect; is Deposited Improvement with Florida',Company Town up Sheriff's AND BY Sale.VIRTUE OF A

f. the question involved in that the -- atstrikers: will .: b UNDER of foreclosure issued out of
as judicial pended on railroads in the United soon emerged to, April, 1885 including the

the matter of individual,homesteaders States wasthirty times the whole in the great mass'of- day la' interest at 6 per cent_......... 83,100 00 for Circuit Nassau CourtFonrth county.in Judicial a suit Circuit in said, in Court and
Interest 12 months to April 1,
and others in reference to the amount which had been ,appropriated borers. The same thing is.going on 1886.--........... 186 00 plaintiff determined and, wherein Henry Hobein Theo. Starbuck defendant is,
lands railroads. We had in other The inven- Paid into the fund the
granted to that employments. during I have levied upon and willsell at
for river and harbors, and ..................
year taxes 1884. 652 22 public auction, in front of the Court House,
a supposed that the business of the tion of a ,successful, type-setter will
the improvement of rivers and har Amount in treasury as reported in the City of Fernandina, on Monday, the
41i! State would be properly the subject bors regulated,the commerce of the diminish the--demand for compositors April 1,1885_............. 215 03 7th day of June, 1886, during the legal
Amount to be received from hours of sale Lot number 28 in Block
,, *I ,. of inquiry by our own Legislators in- country by furnishing competing ; the substitution of moulded taxes last year..................... 673 96- $1,827 21 number 269, situated in the city Fernan-

,t stead Congress; that the compensation I channels for transportation and pre-' forms, pressed. ... forms, and ,compositions Dr.. 'dina property, Nassau of Henry county Hobein., levied upon as the

+ RY ,a ,to,be paid the State agents appertained .venting the control of'railroad mo- of various kinds affect the carvers Outstanding bonds April 1, Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.

to the State authorities plasterers the stone-cutters '1885, as per report, inclu- JOHN A. ELLERMANN.
w- ; The ,, ,
e"t r'' ''f nopolies. railways become ding interest at 8 per cent. 84,366 00 Sheriff Nassau County.
d that the legal questions involved in properly the feeders of harbors and the handworkers":* of*, every descrip-!? Interest 12 months to April .' Fernandina, Fla., April 24. 1886.
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reference to respective obligationsof tibn. 11. *. 1;1886.;;...?....;............'..:..... 349 28- $I,715 28 1
their 1
not ; rivals. I,
the railroad companies. and'their It will be seen: in'the 4 enumerationof 4 r :In ,this yjew'; f 'thejnattec.it is,the In. excess to liquidate.... ...-... 8111 93' '

t' w : creditors had been or would be settled the,principal, harbors that Cum-' interest of+t1{ ;employes to adjust WATER. SUPPLY, FUND..

r ; by the courts ; that the rights of berland Sound is, awarded' .its just their. grieva'nceslwith. employers' Amount of$2,02188 Cr. as per ledger,'is being collected -

r 1.. : homestead or other entries would be ,place in rank importance. It is and preserve, a generous' w interest in for tax of. 1885. There are as yet no.expenditures -.I

l, ,M' L;.1. determined by the usual course of unquestionably destined to become I the promotion'of the' 'success.of the to note. ROYAL u tx'0- ar

proceeding and the decision of the enterprises' nvhich capital ,is de- ', .EXPENDITUEES.The ; a etr_- r
the commercial outlet of
immense
an -I expenditures of the city for the year were
Court other courts and I manded instead of 'to ,J
Supreme or laboring cripple ,
product. There seems to be : ,on, the;. following. accounts: .
and' .... ... .. ........ ......... ..... ,
I .not by the Senate. We apprehend little -'do bt' but that the River and d estrY them. Labor ,and For printing..... .. :. . $140 25 O
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..YihatSenator For,salaries and commissions. 1,399 69,
Call has made amistakein each other. Undoubtedly'th&antagonism
Harbor Bill ,will pass as reported.The 'capital shouldlhelp., .For police..._._................... ....................>/ 989 16 ,: as yv11Ir
forcing these 'matters ,into Senate usual attempts at amendments ; : ,is greater For streets.and.drains.-.....:.....-......-......... 1,097,58
; which be they because F.oc scavenger: .work.................................. 67.00 + r
resolutions can never: the4individualemployers
1 '" to increase appropriations for partic- ,For sanitary work........?.................._... 433 28 .
.t} $ subject of legislation, and the discussion ular 'pl ces have failed as '''usual. are now'represented 'by: corporations For paupers........... ................................... 41 SO

i of which is out of, place in a and-.there is tio individual sympathy ,For street lighting.................................-.. 365 73
The.... bill" was.. last. under discussion l For rent;*.:;....;..............._..................;..... 301 00
1 forum where the Constitution has h not- .on the 20th. or cdnnectio'n'maintained and the For redemption of Fire Department. scrip 598 53

j ;' placed it. It is true that likely monster and 4l ersonar'corporation For Fire Department expense.................. 104 65'
That' portion the riverand harbor : ;' : /, rt'>Z" Iis.looked.upon. -'* -''- For cemetery.;........................................... "53 00
Nothing can come of it, but still'it is, ; bill,e i racing the appropriation .as asQuIlessrremorse- For sundry xp nses.]=.".....::..:.........::... :62 15

"' an'injury "to the State and its peopleto for Cumberland Sound, we are grati- less and --unfeejing despot ;There t r- .1 ,. Sd.25982

have Representatives: preju-i :must be sdme'betier means of' Inter- .
fied to learn has the
already passed In submitting the foregoing statement of
4 dicing the good name and interests of :House of Representatives, with sev- course between these corporationsand the several/accounts of the city it is necessary -
POWDERAbsolutely
r our people. Congress, within proper eral other Florida items. The bill their employes. There must,bean to state that the reports of the city collector -

s): t limitations, makes law, the courts will no doubt through virtually I and you instead of an :it and and treasurer for the last quarter were
}' r4't go not, received in time to appear upon the Pure.
k expounds and the executive enforces '' them-some common ground of
and' reach the
unchanged oQ.n' Sen- _1 ledger., .. Said 'report shows an additionalsource
it. .The State has its own rights and ate in time: to secure its consideration sympathy, some interchange ,of hu increasing the revenue or amount of THIS POWDER 'NEVER;VARIES. A

''' "s : its own tribunals. and in that We manity. TheI will because I assets from licenses $816 90 and,from fines of purity, strength and whole-
passage body. someness. More economical than the ordi-

are sure that' our' people are quite can must be f eliminated_and a.basisof !? .. $54 ,50.- nary kinds and cannot be sold in competition -
..onthe other hand, the balance of asse'tswhich with the'multitude of low-test, short-
MARBOB
willing to, accept the bill framed. mutual intercourse established- appears in the general fund will be weight alum or phosphate powders.
differences and if %& Sold only in cans. -
discussed not
3ij : The River and Harbor Bill was by the committee.THE 'reduced to.the 'extent of-$509 82 for work ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,

1,; .. ii -taken up in the House of Representatives agreed upon.,-.1 settled; .- 'by''arbitration.OtherwiseVnpthing : 'done on streets and salary accounts during 48 106 Wall Street. New York.
ARTESIAN'''WELL. but evil. will the, mont, 1'of :March. .
on the 16th and general debate .. G. STARK .
n The City Council have advertised of itjlil arid 'will be'' ; '
come f.f !property : '- '. 1 .
r* .* had on the :bill, principally in. : C.'H. BERG, ARTESIANWELL

reference to the large appropriation proposals I for sinking, an artesian. sacrificedtheyjnob'; : : .WIll',be infused -. ,. ,R. E.-ROBINSON;

of for the : well. This is an important matter, into" all:the: labor'troubles:. and. Committee on'Finance.

t y ; $3,725,000 Mississippi .. ,,_.. '
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and look forward I
we to being shall insensate "
may we havefihe: : CONTRACTORS.
: NOTICE TO
spec-
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river.
: The total sum embraced1 hi'the Last Notice :City Tax Payers. '
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,ill bill for river, and, channel items furnished- shortly with an ample tacle.so;lately shown. ';in'.,Europe. ''of.. The i extension t 'of the time granted by the

a yld w i' ri supply'of,wholesome water for do- the destruction' of:)manufactories by City Council for the collection the city' WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
: 'is 810,185.20fo harbors $4,415,500.The the first of BIDS of
; taxes for 1885 expires on May ,on Public Improvements
leading, appropriations for mestic sanitary purposes. and fire those who depend on-them,. for sup- next. ,All, real property upon which the, the City Fernandina. until. Saturday,
i protection. taxes remain unpaid ',on that date will be, May 15th, 1886, for the,
t ;harbors are: port.Good advertised and sold as provided by the or- BORING ,DRILLING ONE OR MORE
OR OF
;x R' rte The,distance to be bored, judging men should. ,devote their dinances. of the city. ,ARTESIAN 'VELLS-
New York Harbor
Hell Gate '
etc.$435,000 f
0. S. OAKES
u Galveston Harbor.......................... 400,000 from the wells sunk at St. Augustineand efforts at once to put a stop to' these City Tax Collector., Size 6-inch. Bids must include the necessary

1, k :Sabine Pass, Texas........-.............- 265,000 Brunswick, as well as that ;at conflicts, or we shall drift into anar- Fernandina, Fla. April 23, 1886. must Case furnish of approved all quality.Tools,'Drills Contractor, Machinery

t, r 'Charleston harbor........................... 250,000 Reed's mill, at Old Town, will not ;chy and revolution. Sealed'Proposals Steam,'Fuel necessary, Water,'Labor, etc.
''l" Savannah;.......................:.............. 125,000 :exceed 300- feet.. The '' Satisfactory references are required; also
question of a Will be received by the undersigned until 12 ,
> bonds. Bids will be acted at the ear
t .' Cumberland Sound (Fernandina).... 150,000 upon
.i o'clock noon on Tuesday'May 4th, 1886, for '
Mobile Harbor............?.................. 120,000 1 reservoirs, distribution pipes, etc., .President---, ..Cleveland: ._, .. ,.. 'makes'an-ad, lighting the street lamps in the city. liest practicable time. /

i Baltimore.............:....................-..? 100,000'N should also beat once consideredand ,mirable argument for an arbitrationcommission ) Specifications Lamp posts must be kept in .or Committee all bids. reserves the right to t reject any

r orfol k.........................................150,000 preparations-,made to'utilize the :'\6,'arrange',: for 'disagree' :.' a chimneys solid and kept:upright clean petition, and if, the any globes be broken and P. KELLY?Chairman.

# g Toledo/.......................... ............150,000 J flow of water'is' soon as reached. ments between 'labor and capital. through,neglect of;contractor the same will Fernandina, Fla., April 171886.

Cleveland, O................................... 125,000 be charged to him+, and.:deducted from his
Chicago................................'...;.....135.000 THE old merchant vessel afloat The arbitration!U*liclea A Jk v has ,been. for .pay. Lamps (not exceeding forty) must be

#y l ., Aranson_.Pass..-"...................... ...... ..,.135,000S ;is said to be the" bark True, Love some time found' a valuable methodof The itbefore city.furnishes dark except oil,,on, wicks moonlight, globes, ,nights.cbimneys IWANTED.I
t Sound Beach Harbor.....................100,000' settling ntem fi l question : and burners.._ -

i JIumboldt Harbor.......................... 100,000 which was built in Philadelphia in and difficulties nwisel'be'applied .' The City Council reserves the right to reject 10,000 Cases of Headache, Dyspepsia.
1764..and,is 'therefore 122 old. anf' any, or,all Chills and Fever.to cure with Dr. I). Dyer
bids.'P.
t-,. For eleven other harbors sums years in Ceases of domestic differ KELLY & Son Pills., ,Free sample to all. Address
.- She is still in active service, and is Ch'm. ofCom. on Lighting Streets., ,DR. D. DYER &; SOX.Buniham .

varying from S5 ,OOO to $ arem owned by J. S. Ward, of London. .ences. t '. '* ."..,.i"",.*> ,. )**: .*.i....' .... Fernandina, Fla..April.24,1886. .. :. .. .. Me.

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J JOur -IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR4--- _

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u "t._) .
i .. 'L'Y J \ Are now receiving\ weekly'large shipments of
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. arid*4.on steamer"Eastem Carondel markets, where for the*, Northern as usual,. IIi f{[( DRY GOODS IN1l8e61V'! \\ I ... New Springand Summer Goods

he will buy the largest and most select

,CLOTHING, NOTIONS .. .,or .:. .
stock of DRY GOODS !) tf:
Which will be sold atvery: low prices. A splendid assortment of
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, CARPETS ..,. -.f'. ,.. -. .

MATTINGS AND OIL CLOTHS, I I' ', --I'' '" .. NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS,
ever brought to Florida. It is not neces-
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sary to state how 'ire buy our Goods,as I. Jir.; :
,', SILOS CASEMEnES": : .
everybody knows we buy for cash and I ; : -
in bulk direct: from the Manufacturers, -' ..- I'i: -' '.". Nun's Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings, White Goods,
thence taking the advantage. of CLOSE !(:; ,. We*,hare just- receivedfrom, the- North--and. East( >A-*an. ., .:;...'.;- :t Plain and Printed India Linens, LJnon de Deccas, 'Plain and

PRICES. We mean,this Spring,to show immense stock of ,! .'.'.; i'1' ," Plaid Nainsooks, Satin .Plaids,. Piques, Marseilles-
J Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.

Novelties in Eyeiy Department .. {I DRY GOODS H: CLOTHING, )l .',' Jf '4-. '
and give the, public the benefit of LOW. "'t PLAT ARGMN IN GBNT LADm AND BILDRBH' H OEAVI
PRICES. Call early to make your selec- .

tions,and save money by buying of Hats, 'Caps, Boots, Shoes,. i .' r OUR 'SPRING CLOTHING:

MODE: ::KRO'S: and in fact a fall line .in,every Department,, it ?;' Has been received-a.magnificent line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
) KING & CO'S Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to order and fit
LATEST'DESIGNS i'; and as.we are able to.bud' ..t', teed. This is the Leading House in.the United States for Custom-Made Clothing.guaran-
9 LEADERS OF LOW PRICES j c7T, = r in bulk, we are prepared to offer,same at''t Jm Although we have BARGAINS every Department, the following are some of

--IOVa: SPECIAL: : : GAINS : I
30 and 31 Centre Street, PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION! ?} '
Two Cases BEST PRINTS at 5 Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at' 5,Cls.
FERNANDINAFLORUOA. 4 FINE HEMSTITCHED LINEN All-Wool Plain Black BUNTING at 20 Cts.
S S HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35 Cts.
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Bush of business prevents our naming specialties .- VICTORIA LAWNS at 6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts.
All we ask is a trial Call and.examine.our stock _'" Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at .50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.
Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 cts.
before purchasing elsewhere.
IN CONGRESS, BUTTON AND BAL, TT m
Ate'No trouble to.show goods at :MODE BED'S. .. ', THE BATTLE SHOE, is Twenty Years ahead corapetion., J&,JL 2.5 0,

M. DOWNEY I .. ;::,;,: .fIi.r" Orders by mail will receive prompt attention,and carefully filled.
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Is now.'receiving ilt"the. ... ,- ,., _-,_ r.'' .'.-<1"- ...,...+>t'.',_,._". .. _",'. t,, NEW YORK OFFICE-83:Walker St.,}j FERNANDINA, FLA.
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AND DOMESTIC EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE,ALSO IN THAT OF
Nos. 30 &, 31 Centre St.,'Fernandina.: '

iI t FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY

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q: DRYGOODSAND ,! -I W.1 J LOHM.N: SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN,BE RECOMMENDED: : AS


I PUKE: AND OF GOOD, QUALITY.

J -':- DRY GOODS CLOTHING. BOOTS AND SHOES, ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF


FANCY: ARTICLESCONSISTING r Corner of Sixth, and Ash Streets.i- _- d .,. 1. FINE TEAS _AND COFFEES 1-f ,

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IN ALL DEPARTMENTS LARGE AND COMPLETE,.
.,. IN'PART OF- STOCKS SELECTED FOR SPRING AND SUMMER. TRADE THE BEST GOODS'OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE-PROCUBED.

Victoria Lawns Persian Lawns, India Linens, Swiss'. Muslin, Figured
Piques Victoria_Laws, Swiss, Plain and, Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded NEW ,GOODS Received Y Every Steamer.Cor. .
Piques,'"White Goods of all,kinds, Laces and ;Trimmings, .
Plain and Dotted Swiss Lawns and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA
MILLINERY (Straw and Felt of, all grades), Hosiery'in large Variety, Second -
Tape Checks and Stripes Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing 'Goods, Cassimeres, Jeans," Doe
Skins, Cottonades, Cashmeres and 'Dress Goods.
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Light Prints (Suitable for the Season) STATIONERY '- GENERAL INSURANCE (*' REAL ESTATE

Irish Linens,.Table,Cloths
Jl2r CASH is a diamond of the purest water. For CASH ALONE underbuy'and -.A..GrEl rq'C)
*....Towe .Napk 1s. Doileys undersell, and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD" IN LOW" PRICES.. Call
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'L.... r I and convince yourself. "Lu, & ,
Irish' and.' Hamburg,Edgins. ;- . TO'![ ,: ,. ps, A N. .

,5.,'Domestic.' -. Shirting, ;,Sheeting- -.,etc. .Comer. ... ..of Sixth, -and-Ash" '.Streets....: 'i CHARLES ..V. HILLYER, .
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Black Silk Alpaca Coats, ,-

MALLOKY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !

And New Styles in Seersucker Salts e...
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And a great variety of other goods too ,
numerous to mention. -DEALER IN-
Thankful for past favors, Fernandina and New
This Line, having no Transfers between
M. DOWNEY. AMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
Fernandina,|April 10, 1886. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.The' .
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traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
-I.. :'.11. ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
SASH, DOORS. Hay. and: Grain SJhip.Stores,. ,: ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
-AND- JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
miS RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
J&LINDS; FURNITURE PAINTS ANij| CROCKERY PENINSULAR. RAILROAD" for 'OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD.
,. ., for LAKE WEIR. ,
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.
AT FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.THE" .
., HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE,) ETC. For freight,passage rates,,and schedules,or:further information,apply to
R. W. SOVTHWICK, Agent,

1 MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING PRICES. AS LOW' AS,, THE LOWEST.- .. ... FERNANDINA, FLORIDA..
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is noted for the artistic manner C. H. MALLORY & CO., : -
in which it executes all kinds Printing., .; N. E.,corner Centre and Second Sts, Femandina, Fla.: t -.:." .:' ,-. Pier- 20'East: River:New York.' 51r -

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:,,,GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheri., : 'MADISON COUNTY.,. : !! 1 .
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# .. UnitedJStates,Officers. *.- ; "--,. v -J..... a..County Judgle; -RT'M. Witherspoon\ Madi- ,. .. <' (m i; -aw" CIJ

) ". :... Supeerin2erulcnt: of Schools x J. L. Hill ,Lake son''r? ..>.. ".> ...'...:_ '' -_ -' _-.,. "''' ''_' ? ..{:. .MANUFACTURER.- OF.. ,......- ., .. Ap ARc x .
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LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. .Sheriff. A. Parramore, Madison. -- .., ,
Butler ,. Clerk John Tin Sh et-IrQn ..,\...,,::.I (1)..,. _' .......
Register- L. A. Barnes, .Gainesville. ;i6REVARD i/C? *r M. Beggs, Madison Ware; .'. .-.. t:)-._. := _-.... ,-' r '
l Receiver hn F. Rollins, Gainesville., UNTY. c' Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Perry, t :=()'_- + (I)'.-.... -, -.' r
County sludge-Jaines; A. McCrory City Madison. AND DEALER IN g" ;;:_. c/. '. \ .
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Surveyor-General F.'McClell q. ? Point. -- ,."'r ..,, ->.- -+ f .i 1 .. .3.5.--C.H.: .-," :....:. ., ..' ,-- .r'
IP&T DISTRICT COURT. Clerk A. ,A..Stewart Titusville. County,Treasurer-S. S..Smith, Madison. 'PBL Run f -.I"-I.- ;;:== ,
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l'lL : I' Collector of Revenue-B..V. Wadsworth E Rt5o X T VE JC> .t-J ,' .
riltfynwj.r Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. .. Sheriff-M.,E. English, Titusville. i Madison. ; ja-: a; .-.. <....-:,
ja.rhal-J. H Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. F.Reed, Titusville. =- i1 ...: I .', ..
Clerk ''Walter Jacksonville. '' ". Schools=John :H/Laws ,. MANATEE.', COUNTY. ,'" ==,
ft iI : Philip / Superintendent ,' Q
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''r ; rc City Point f ?. ; / ?$." '. County Judge-John G Webb Manatee. -- -- !: o
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INTERNAL REVENUE.CoUector : .' : 'I ? ; { ;f:? 3 :: .-..'-S t=: ,I
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'" CALHOUN.y I }: k?. ,, oCounty 'Clerk: Robert Griffith, Manatee rn-.,. r:2 *=Ji
S. C.' Jacksonville. tj'J
\ Thompson;: : -.v; t .-- t '' r -\ .$lieril-A.'8.,Watso.n;Pine Level: .? .s-... ......":..,.:;.:. ;::.tj
r COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Judge-William;Clark. Cottector...of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton Q pCp-r'7
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1 Wm. A. Mahoney Fernandina. Clerk:-James S. Fannin. Fon.Superintendent.- < '=........
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Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone. :. "-
Edwin Higgins Jacksonville. oJ'Sch oli Felix'J.'Bewaro1 ; <
.Treasurer-r-F.:lRfchards.1:: ..",. ,< i -:= -3
John F. House, St: Augustine. r. j ? Pine Level. 3 oo= ::I ::: ,
Collector of RevenueJoel Atkins..' L- ,;' 3i! 0
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MARION COUNTY. i .; :g
SuperinteiidenTof Schools-W.'G. Cox well. iI CIJ.
State Officers. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. :a i 5.3 2.5 3 B tf \
J' I CLAY COUNTY. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. .-. ,I -C i-S-sglsiS: ; H>dK

1 EXECUTIVE, DEPARTMENT. County, "J'UdgJ. 'T., .Copeland, Orange Sheriff( E. T. Williams Ocala. '< n;> I r.::>.'" 'r"_ Sr

let ', ;, Governor-Edward A. Perry,Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of R.eve1me--'W: -P;. Trantham, ,..nyw (3) oCIJ Q rn =-c::
(, Clerk=G.N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring.Sheiijf..J Ocala. ...,, :;
Lieutenant- Governor-Milton H. Mabry, ; ; ? :. .-. . M 9p
.f,. Leesburg. m s W;. DeWittj. ; Green Cove Superintendent of SchoolsJ..M.' ,L: Payne, ,1 1I 2.r"-&'*- 1

+ Secretary of State-John'L. Crawford, Tal- Springs .., Fort McCoy: : *' ".:i ., ., P = 2 8 20KH ?
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.Revenue-'V.
lahassee. Collector of' J. Wilson, Green MONROE, COUNTY. .
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.' t la: ->Vs t 3 ..
County Judge=has. S Baron o < nT
t McRae. ; Key'West:: _-f'Q: t
'trea.mrer-E. S. Crill. ,
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., M. Tallhaas COLUMBIA COUNTY.;; Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.: ::rCOOKHG AtL :! J ,
+Jt i :Attorney-Gencral Cooper, Sheriff-George Demerritt West.- UTENSILS. KINDS, %C? < te Si.* '-K;
Key
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t } see. County'Judge-W. M. I ves,Jr.;Lake City. Collector :
4 mA r Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk John Vinzant Jr., Lake City. of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS s: :s.n.froS:
Key West. ... V. 5' 2 ? u: STO
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Y Superintendent of Sheriff C.- P. Farwell Lake City. Superintendent SchOolB-J. V. ,r .;'
} ,. Russell. Jacksonville. : Collector of Taxes-W. Payne,Lake City. West. HarrisKey S. .vWROUGHTIRON, ; PIPES.. I -, .oaC., s:: Q 0 z
djuta -General-David Lang. Schools W. A. Sheffield S I sfDr ::!. .
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"{ Superintendent of NASSAU. COUNTY.- ;' ':' tDRIVEN CDrJ ::I. .? .
: SUPREME COURT. Lake City. WELLS A SPECIALTY .., a4 oo 0'" >
DADE.CountyJudgeAllen County Judge Hintoii1 Ji Bak Ternan- ..- ,.o w,
+- r.hi.l'. (.TiL'Il.ir"-Gen. (.I. MnWhnrter... ; :: (I) t.j ..
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Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- E; Heyser. %\ : .AND ,IRON ROOFS PUT ON. e: .o .. ::l : '

fy' hassee. Clerk-T.'W. Faulkner. Clerk-J. Edwards, Fernandina. TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. g _Z':1._-
s ,' y Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, .Sheri -Wm. M. Mettaur. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Wind Mills for pumping water or running ...c 'n a_-:; > "
Jacksonville. Treasltrer-J. Wm. Ewan. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland', Fer-. light machinery promptly erected on order. """OJ: S '

Clerk-D.C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. nandina. Church; Factory and School Bells for sale r-:: : m
.t, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott o-o S-C.,
{ z + I CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY.- "'u.. Fernanuina. at a bargain. _no ; >- r' .
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-- .Jj'2JStoves at Wholesale Prices. .
i t'' First Circuit Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean,.''Jack Superintendent of Schools-John Owens,. ,All'goods.delivered, at the various transportation -

1 sacola. sonville. Evergreen. S stations within the city free of

Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County Trea.mreeGusts Statk; F rnan- i charge. All sales for cash. THE FLORIDA

see._ Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina.

r'1'!' "vl I Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of razes-Daniel. P. Smith, .Jacksonville ORANGE COUNTY. CORNER BROOKE AND) SECOND STS.
.t{ ; Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- .- r n Fernandina, Fla.. July 12, 1884. OWN IMPROVEMENT, COIP AKYFern'andina
County Judge-J.'L. Bryan Orlando.
ville. Collector, Revenue-Moses J. Brown ,
,S of Clerk-Thos. -
4,, ,,,. ,+ Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines Jacksonville. J. Shine Orlando.
Collector TOURIST :HOUSE
,a F ville. Superintendent of Schools-William H.Bab- lando. of Revenue-:-F. T. Hardeman. Or- "

loot.v ,1 4)I) Sixth Circuit-H..L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville.
3 5X" I Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. *; Superintendent Schools-John -T. Beeks FERNANDINA: FLA. Towns on R. R. Line.
ESCAMBIA. Orlando. ,

Co Calendar County'Judge-Walter Tate. Sutveyor-J. 0. Fries; Orlando. J. z NOW OPEN a ;; And< Cedar Key.

Clerk-F. E. dela Rua. ". "* Treasurer'- -.C.-W.- '- Jacobs.. Wilcox.- j
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FIRST CIRCUIT. Sheriff Joseph Wilkins. POLE FURNISHED AND PAINTED

Fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge J A. Former. NEWLY First-class accommodations .
& Santa Rosa 2d Monday in October. : !-*'
Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palmes. Clerk-S. J. Pearce; .:- : .
i. t Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. : TERMS ,$2.00 PER DAY. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

;; dfir" ; Holmes, Wednesday after 4th Monday Treasurer-F. F. Beville.'T "

in October. FRANKLIN. Collector P- Special arrangements by the week or number of the most eligible and desirable
Revenue-J.
of D. Tillis.
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1 a Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. .

; l in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. '. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy.. '' month.'V.. G. ELLENWOOD, Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or for

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM:-COUNTY. 10 Proprietor.FO'R .
,, October.. 7\-.IJJIILrer-R., TT.. Pnrfor____ t City or Suburban Residences
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xEscambia Judge of Probate.S.Hough ton Palatka.
1st Monday in Decem er.. Collector of Revenne George A. Patton. fJlerk-W. ,
-Forward 'Palatka.Sheriff .-
,; .
This amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. SALE.
,, act : =Geo.. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka., UPON EASY TERMS.
5t 10, 1879, and does not. change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. -THE-
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Spring Term. THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge--J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J.. Wood, Liberal ;Discounts on -Values allowed to

Spring Term- Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka. :Domingo Acosta Grant 7CONTAINING

' f1T. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. -- parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
7rea.mrer-A. W. Smith. '
April. County Judge-John Kimbrew,''Perry:*

ir. i Madison, 2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff -B. A. Tucker, Perry. NEARLY 2,000 ACRES, rial enterprises, who will erect on the property -

Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Sc1-.ools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. .

$ Suwanee, 1st. ,Monday after 4th Monday, HAMILTON COUNTY., Superintendent, of.Schools-T. J. Faulkner, FACING THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AND purchased substantial improvementsfor

i in Perry. DUNN'S CREEK.,
; April.
y le r; Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Samuel,Mclnnis, Jasper. County Treasurer: =D. S. Button,'Perry. residence, or in which to conduct their
Clerk-J. M.Caldwell The'property'.adjoins"; tlie town of SAN
Jasper.Sheriff'Sampson
.:i in April. _. County SU"fJeyor-D;Nt Cox,Perry; .
r !. 't r, Lafayette- 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue.B; Hardee, Perry. MATEO, and offers one of; the best land- business. r,
Collector Revenue- John H. Lee. the St. John's River. :It has :
f w ia of ;- .. ings on a frontage !
,,. 4 ; 't.FdLTernt-?t April. Superintendent of Schools-J. N.,, Reid SANTA ROSA. of two miles oil Dunn's Creek. INDUCEMENTS- TO MANUFACTURERS I II
f Jasper: County Judge-John Chain. Titles direct from the Governmentto I
',, Spanish
t Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert !
"HERNANDO the
i October. COUNTY Robinson. original owners. by exemption for a term of years from

Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of RffJenue'v Williams. T. A. ACOSTA, Adnvr'::

-,,. + !. Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C.'Law'Brooksville'' I :Superintendent of Schools=David Tinner. H H.LINvILLE, Attorney. taxation, offered by the several cities and

r' Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville., JAMES McGIFFIN
'"f "'' in October..' ,Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King,Lecanto. ST. JOHN'S.COUNTY., towns. Apply to

t Columbia, 3d'Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes='J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge=)r. R.' Cooper. ., St. Augus ONTRACTOR AND .BUILDER CHAS. W. LEWIS,

y;t, Qctob r.. xille. tine. C Fernandina.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesdayafter 4th Monday ,Superintendent of:Schools-W.J'C., _.Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F.. Oliveros, St. Augustine. '
l Alachua Street, between Second and Third! POffice., Duryee stairs
In October. Floral City., Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine"Collector building .(up )

"FOURTH' CIRCUIT, of Revenue Joseph';F.]> Llambias,' :FERNANDINA, FLA. corner Centre and First streets.. '
HILLSBOROUGH
o Spring,Term- COUNTY. St. Augustine. _, "
dl< St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A,* Carruth.- Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, Orders and estimates from a distancecare-

Clay, 4th Tuesday in ){arch.t Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. Augustine.. t :fully attended to. 25-t

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff J..P. Martin, Tampa. 8UMTER: COUNTY.
it.? + Baker 2d in Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. R. S. SCHUYLERARCIIITECT.
Tuesday April. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, ,

Nassau, ,3d Tuesday in April.. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. KnottSumteryille.-
Duval, 1st Tuesday in Hay. County Judge-A. Brownell. Sheriff-J. F. Galloway; Su I tervi11e. : .- SEA FOAMALL

Fall Term-,, -. .. -. .. OerJt- : ;-Pitman.. Collector.of .Revenue=1.r.N, WithersLees-

rR ,t St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. burg. '. ?, "h. FOR ,BUILDING OF;;,ALL
i DESIGNS
Clay 4th Tuesday in September. :.Treasurer-Daniel"D.'Gillis. Superintendent' of School-C. F.. Venable, with :.Plans, 'Details; Spe-
,rz Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. Sumterville. cifications, and Superintendence. FIRST-CLASS

tw Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent ofScJiools Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY.,

Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County M. WANTED IN FERNANDINA.An it for Sale
t, ,t Duval 1st Tuesday; in November. l' JACKSON. Clerk-J.W.Judge-Newman W. Phillips,Live Oak.,Live,Oak. StorBleeper nodeCIJ
= business
ti 4t? energetic wo-
County Judge George F. Baltzell. t
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FIFTII.CIRCUIT. Clerk Frank Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. man to solicit and take orders I
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: ; Spring TermSumter3d- Philips. Collector of Revenue 'Vilson H. Sessions I
;! for The MADAME
t r'J d Tuesday in March Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. THE BEST
j' GRISWOLD Patent
Treasurer-James .E. Heam., __ r
Marion 4th in March.
?f. Tuesday : Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, Skirt
Putnam, 2d! Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. ?' Supporting
Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Corsets. These corsets
Erwin.
March. -
VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames 0 have been ad-
extensively
,. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON,
3.. March t H. Chandler, Enter vertised and sold by lady
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; : County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.: the
canvassers past (ten
p } CtTr' Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff;;" D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. years, which with their IN THE 1RLD.TO
inApril. .
Fall' Term Clerk-\V. C.-Bird, :Monticello. Sheriff Barton'Brooke: Enterprise. superiority, has created a large demand -

Sumter-1st Tuesday in October., Superintendent of Schools-J. 'A. 'Walker, Collector of Revenrie-T.FDrudy: ,Emporia. for them throughout the United ..

} Marion 3d in Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New States, and any lady who gives her time and
l'Strr)d :r Putnam., 2d Tuesday Tuesday in October.November.' County Treasurer-.W. )I. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. energy to canvassing for them' can soon PARENTS.

ii ticello. i WAKULLA COUNTY. build up a permanent and profitable
'rft
Levy 4th Tuesday in November. Many baking'powders are very pernicious a
, 1 ? ., Alachua, 1st Tuesday' after 4th Tuesday Collector of Revenue-.J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-R. S. Smith. business. They are not sold by merchants, to health. and while every one regards his
ticello.
xl 'e'rr in November. and we give exclusive territory own ho should also have a care for the tenderonesthe
Sheriff Charles S.AlligoodCrawfordville.Clerk .
y little children.
thereby giving the agent entire control of
". ''.4t j ;'SESEVENTH, CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Nat. R. Walker,..Crawfordville. these superior corsets, the territory i

'. ; ; Spring Term- County Judge T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, assigned her. We have a large number o"f, SEA FOAM
+ ; Orange 4th Monday January.. Sheriff-G S. Weathersby. Crawfordville.
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'',w'r' Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer WfW. Walker. Craw- insr agents these who zroods.are making and a grand desire success such sell-in contains none of the bad qualities of baking
we powders soda
or saleratus. It contains no
Brevard 1st in March. fordville. ,
y Monday supenntendcntpjtic/iools--J.U.KamseyNew town. .Address ; GRIS'WOLD
hurtful .
'' Dade 3d every ", MJIE. ingredient-no alum or ammonia.SCIENTIFIC.
I : r Monday in April. Troy. Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- dt CO. 929
tall Term- Broadway,
,County 1rea.rnrerL.. Morgan, New fordville. New York.
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J F&4,1 Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON.'

Volusia, 2d Monday September. Collector of Revenue J.T. Cates, Old Town. f AU Chemists who have analyred Sea Foam
Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. County Judge-Daniel McLeod. Sr. oct i .& SON'S commend it. Housekeepers who have used; it
d r* Dade 2d Monday in November. Clerk-D. McLeod. will have no other. Cooks whose best efforts
e LEON COUNTY. Sheriff John McSween., ... Celebrated Fashion Catalogue have failed with, other powders are jubilant
CDCC *or Spring/ and Sum- over Sea Foam. Saves-fime,saves labor,saves
Treasurer James E. SENT
County Officers. ,County Judge-E. Mi West, Tallahassee. Bowers. rnCLmer. 1888k ready March money.It .
t r"r 1j' Sherijf John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Collector Rn'enue-W.;,B. McLeod. K eve to any address. Illustrates and lista is positively nnequaled. Absolutely pure.:
ALACHUA. C'lerk-C.A.Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn.. :Infants'thing for Ladies'.Gents'.Children.and Used by:) the leadin hotels and restaurants

r 4; County -Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel Goods,at prices wear lower and than Housekeeping those of any in :New York city and throughout the country.
4. ..me: Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. house In the United States.. Completenatlsfactionffuamneedormoney For sale by first-class grocers.

Clerk: J. A.' Carlisle Gainesville. Treasurer J. L Demilly Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. 't funded. 11. C. -KOCH & SON re,
.t Sheriff S. C. Tucker Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce Talla- Clerk-D.D.' Melvin. f 6th Ave. &i aoth St., N. Y. City*, GANTZ, JONES cC CO.,
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton Gaines- ; Sheri S::
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hassee. : Davis.treasurer .- ,
introduce them, 176 Duane St. JT. Y.w
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} LEVY, COUNTY. Thomas J..Miller. we will GIVE'AWAY <# '
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Superintendent Schools -W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M.'Barco Collector of.Retenue-Jdhn Roche. A 1,050 Self-Operating Washing Machines. II
# Gainesville., Bronson. you want one send us ,
Superintendent, of Schools-: Henry,Bush. your name postofficeand
,Sheriff W. H. .
is BAKER COUNTT.County Bigham, Bronson. express at once. The National Co.,
, Collector of .Revenue-W. H. Anderson, 21 Dey Street,'New York. ..A.r El :c
1 i Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar '' '
+ Clerk-F.JV: Pons Sr., Sanderson. Key. ,COTTAGE" WANTED-To work for us at their TO BUY: FOR CASH,
Sheriff J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-Jas.' P. DePass. ., LUCY ? I ; 87"to 81O per week can be

ft"y t'i i,$,, derson.Collector.of Revenue-J.W., Burnsed,. San- Bronson. LIBERTY. Seventh-St., near J Egmont Hotel., ,liADIE.work employment.;sent; no canvassing for'stamp.Particulars;'Address fascinating and sample HOME and' WMte Egret and Heron Skins,


4 Superintendent of Schools W n. Lessene, County Ot.erk-A.Judge R. F.Hosford. '' FERN ND FLORIDA. MAN'FG CO., P.O. Box'1916, Boston Mass.WE In Large Quantities. Address
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Sanderson. Wooldridge.
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? Sheriff D. G. Harrell. WANT SALESMEN everywhere; local :LEWIS: OH: :XT & co, I
{ i BRADFORD'COUNTY.. Offerspleasantroomswellfnrnishedwithor traveling to sell
our goods. Will
Treasurer J. E.Roberts. . pay '227 Pearl, Street" .
New York.FOR
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County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake 'j' without board: Table Boarders,will be salary and fell expenses. ;Write for
Butler'-I Collector of Revenue L. G. Wilder. at once, and
state
Clerk ,: accommodated also transient.. ; salarY wanted.
-Henry F.York Lake ;
Superintendent I' ; SILVER-WARE FINE PRINTING. YOUR
Schools SEND
i of -Dr.T.J.: Gregory.. 2 %* fIsS"LUOY'O.'THOMPSON[ : COMPANY. '
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.Blaster's .' .. LAKE'S: : ; I I ," EsTA73: 4T: IEI :\" 1875. Savannah,Florida&Western R'y .Ar..Interlacheri.1.22 a.m .7.12 pm

Ar.J,T & K W: June.... 7.40am'5.10pm

1 I* .. WAYCROSS SHORT.'LINE. Ar. Palatka.- .............. 7.40 a ra 4.55pm
Sale.By :
DRUGS and MEDICINES: Ar.Jacksonville1.22pm 7.12pm
VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE- All' trains of this road
] JEWELRY STORE : are run byCentral TRAINS.LEAVE GAINESVILLE.
and sale issued out of the Circuit ((90th) Meridian time which is 33 minutes
For Ocala ... ... .. "
Court for the Fourth Judicial Court of slower than Jacksonville time.ON .- Leesburg- : ...... ) Fast Mail
Florida in and for Nassau county, in chancery I* W- *j HORSEY & CO. For Pemberton's Ferry........... [. -

,certain therein ,; For Astor.................... ............J 11.45 a m
in cause pending, 'and'after ;
wherein, S. B. Hubbard & Co. are complainants Offers for the approaching Holidays a fine Trains Sunday will leave May and 3d, 1885, For palatka............) Ex. Sun. ......_......

and Benjamin Upton and George A. assortment of, Solid and Rolled1EwELRY ; follows ,arriveas For Jacksonville....... >.. ....-...... ..............
business under the and : For St. Augustine_...J 3.00 a m 2.05 p m
Arnold doing name =| PHARMACISTS |= NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
style of Upton & Arnold! and George W. :: : : Leave TRAINS ARRIVE.AT GAINESVILLE.
: Jacksonville daily at............ 7:30 a m
Bryce, are' defendants, I wIl.l sell at public I Arrive Jacksonville daily at..... 8:00 Frm Pemberton'sFerry. ............ ) Fast Mail

auction to the highest bidder for cash. Ladies and Gentlemen's Centre Street.FERNANDINA Arrive at Callaahn daily at....,......: 8:08 a pru m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg .............} ............?
before the court-house door in the city of' .. Arrive at Waycross daily at.1000 a m From Ocala............... ............ 3.05pm

Fernandina in said county,, on the first Arrive! at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 Frora Palatka..........) ,.Ex. Sun., ..............
.
m
Monday in May 1886, being the third day Gold sfe,Silver i Watches FLORIDA, Arrive at Bainbridge daily! at......- 3:30 p p m From Jacksonville.... } ......-...... ..............
of said month during the usual hours of Arrive at Chattaboochee daily at... 3:50 p m From St.Augustine. '9.30 p m 12.45 p m

sale the following property, to-wit: Allthat CLOCKS .OF'.ALL KINDS, KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- Arrive at Pensacola daily at.........10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.

certain steam saw mill at or near 'of FRESH and PURE. FOR- Arrive at :Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield Lane Park Asta-
,. ,
Brandy Branch, in Nassau county, Florida I EIGN and DOMESTIC Arrive at New Orleans '
daily at...... 7:45 a m tula etc.
:
the line of the Florida Transit Railroad, : Silver.- Ware in ;Large, Variety
on run' and Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves:Leesburg..........................10.30 a m
which &was recently and operated by Drugs and Chemicals: cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for.Pensa Returns to :Leesburg..................... 4.45 p m
; Murray, Benjamin Eager,
Easer & SPECTACIES.-SB cola.'l\Iobile'New Orleans. Texas all trans-
$ For Yalahu and Bloomfield. onlyafternoon -
called I the Tolu Mill, together with the engines
Mississippi points. for Bruns-
Passengers ,
Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines trip :
boilers, machinery attached and appurtenances and REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT 9 wick take this train,arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 p m
to the same or belonging B.'&W. R.'R. at 7.40 p. m.
also certain tracks, tramways and roads REASONABLE RATES. Proprietary and 'Fancy Goods, Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this

belonging to and used in .connection with train Savannah to Pensacola
Mobile
said mill for the purpose of supplying the No Fancy Prices to'Pay for Style.Call FINE TOILET ARTICLES, and'New Orleans. CONNECTIONS.At .

same with logs, and all the right title, Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa&

privilege] and interest of the said S. B. Hub- 1t1J"- ,and examine my stock. PERFUMERY,, SOAPS. ETC., to Cincinnati via Jesup. Key West Railway and fast 'river steamersfor
bard &Co. in and to the land on which the Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville St. Augustine Green Cove Spring, Jack-

said mil( is located, and surrounding the WMLrAKL' IN GREAT VARIETY. to St. Louis via Waycross. 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. PhysiciansV Prescriptions FAST.MAIL. Florida; also with the new twin-screw iron

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

nandina on the 5th day of February, A. D. ; Leave Chattahoochee at....;..........12:00 m Boston, Philadelphia .

1883, by J. A. Ellermann receiver undera Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m Mail trains make close connection both
decree in favor Alexander McRae RAILROADS .Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West
against Benjamin Eager and others, m QUEER'GEJQUEER! $! Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Railway,at Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast

ands sale made ,on the 5thday 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.b., 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, Savannah -
Special Master. success so fraught'with rapture, as the mul- Pullman'.Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, New Orleans, and all points North.
March 10. 1886. C\r titudes of people.have to admire at the CENTRAL (90m. MERIDIAN) TIME. Savannah to New York without change.EAST East and West; and with Florida Railway
&; Navigation Company for Cedar
FLORIDA EXPRESS. Key,
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 221886.
Pensacola New Orleans and
Notice. Tampa. .
10 and 25 Cents Store, -- Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p mArrive At Ocala, with Florida Railway &; Navi-
VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Western and Southwestern Fast Line. at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 am. and hacks
gation Company for Silver
j\ at the meeting of the County Commissioners in its various lines of daily bargainssuchas "a" .means A.M.: time.II p" means P. M. time. Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m Spring. ,

held on Wednesday, April 7th, the Glassware Notions, Novelties,.Hurd ware, Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m At Leesburg with the St. John's & Lake
following changes were made in the bound- House-furnishing Goods, Hosiery, Handker- Read down. Read up. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55pm Eustis Division of the Florida
8.00 Lv Jacksonville..Ar H Southern
7.30
a 3
aries of the election districts of Nassau. chiefs. Stationery ,and hundreds of useful p Arrive at DuPont at.............11:00
; daily
8.45 a Lv Baldwin! ......-........Ar: gf 6.46 p pm Railway, and boats on Lake Harris for
county, as designated hereafter. I articles. Nothing sold above 25 cents. 10.10 a -. Lv Lake CIty............Ar o i -5.15p Arrive at Waycross daily ,1\,t..1O55 p m points on lake.
Old Post-Office building, Second street, 10.57 a o'g Lv Live Oak;;. ........Ar :gg* 4.27 p Arrive at Jesup daily at..12:55 a m ;
PRECINCT NO. 6. near Centre. 11.53 a Bo Lv:Madison ?............Ar 3 '3.27 p Arrive'at Thomasviile daily at.:..... 7:15 a m for At Brooksvilla Pemberton's Tuckertown Ferry, with Fort'Hack Line

Commencing at Port Henry on the St.l.Iary's SMITH '& CARROLL.N. 12.15 2 lip p -22*j Lv Lv Tallahassee Monticello.Ar......_..Ar.CAI g:g: 1.50 1.05 p p Arrive at Albany daily at............::10:30 a m Tampa, and South, Florida. Dade

river, thence up the St. Mary's riverto B-Also Agents for all kinds of ShowCases 3.12 p .>.:% Lv Quincy...; .;...........Ar ps-C 11.59 a Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m O. W. BROMWELL: ,
the mouth of the Little St. Mary's river, at factory prices. 16 4.00 p ta.-.:: ArRiver Junction..Lv. 11.10 a Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 am General Pass.
thence up the Little St. Mary's river to the !.. 4.55p C Marianna............Lv !=cr 10.49 a Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m SHERMAN CONANT Agent.

intersection of the range linebetween 24and 7.00 p 3 A Ar DeFuniak Springs-Lv "g |1 8.40 a Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m General ,
SOMETHING NEW 10.35 "g a Ar Pensacola.Lv s-o 5.05 a Manager.
p
23, thence south along said range'' line to 3.10 a ..dAr: Mobile..................Lv m township line between Townships 2 and 3 8.15 a fo Ar New Orleans..:......Lv m o 7.00 p Arrive at Washington daily..10:30 a m
N., thence along Boggy Swamp and river to 6.50 a on 3 Ar 1\lontgomcry..Lv. 2 g8.40 p Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide. .
the old Ford near Mr. Peter Green's place, 7.25 p :2 2 Ar Nashville_............Lv ..& 6.55 a ,
thence the public road in a north a lTjHE8 e e 1.40 a **.a ,Ar Evansville._...-.......Lv ET.... 1.00 a Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
following 8.00 ag Ar St.Louis...........__Lv 3 7.15 p Waycross and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading
easterly direction to the ford op McQueen'sswamp 2.20 a .c c Ar Louisville............Lv S% 1.00 a Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of infor-
thence down the McQueen's swampto -INWIND.OW" 6.35 a 0 Ar Cincinnati..Lv 3 8.45 p Connections at Atlanta with Western' and mation to the traveling public. To be relia-
Waterman's old field, thence by the pub- 9.45 ag Ar Indianapolis .........Lv o 3.50 p Atlantic and East Tennessee and ble it should be The-
SHADES.ALL 10.55 ax Ar Chicago ...............-Lv. '3.45 Virginia correct. managers of
lic road to Port Henry to place beginning. ;? p
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 thrqugh. Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so

MADE READY TO HANG. Pullman Palace Sleeping Gars Jackson- by notifying us of changes made in the run-

Commencing at the intersection of the 3.feet wide by 6 feet long; Nickle Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line, ville to Louisville viaThoraasville. ning time, when_ they will, be,promptly cor-
line 3 N. R.24 and 25 East thence
township ,
North and East. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville rected.]
Trimmed, Stop-Spring Roller good grade of
west to the St. Mary's river; thence down
and Nashville Railroad for New
the St. Mary's river to Camp Pinkney ;' Holland with handsome Pull-Down, at the.. FERNANDINA JACKSONVILLE BRANCH.
T. Orleans and Texas points and the West and
t\\ence along Alachua trail to its intersectionwith astonishingly, low price. of' (DAILY.EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Northwest. At: Savannah with Central TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.

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

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

Creek, on Nassau river thence Across the Curtain, about nine inches from CONNECTIONS: Checked through. .Also Sleeping Car berths Western Railroad..10.00 a.m.
up Boggy the'bottom is in Gold Dado and sections secured at office inAstor's
Creek stamped Fancy Ocklawaha Company's (connecting at Baldwin.)
near the ford of the King's Road at At Silver Spring with steamers for
the intersection of Township line 3 North, nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for Palatka arid all landings; at St. Catherine with Building 84' Bay street, and at De- Day Passenger Train arrives .
Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, pot Ticket Office, and "on board .People'sLine From Cedar Wildwood and '
between and Key
Ranges 24 25 East;thence west ;& SEVENTY-FIVE. EACH ,
Brooksville Bartow and at' PLANT CHATTAHOOCHEEand
Tampa; Leesburgwith Steamers H.; B. ,
all the Transit Road... 3.55
along said township line to Alachua trail ; steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, points on p.m-
all with
Complete Handsome Pull-Down. JENNIE LANE. ,
thence by the Alachua trail to the range Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with"Florida From Savannah and all points in

line No. 23; thence following the range line 1 JT. KYDD.J. Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Or-' JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West.............._ 3.55p.m..
south to the base line; thence by the baseline lando with South Florida Railroad for all pointson General Passenger Agent.R. From Tallahassee Pensacola. and
their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat G. FLEMING, Superintendent. all the Florida Central
to the line of Duval points on
boundary
county : A. RYDER: for Gulf coast including Tarpon::
: Company points,
"' --L.---L-..I-. ..... .
thence by the dividing line between Duval Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc.MALLORY. 1 & Western Railroad. .. ....- 3.55p.m.

and Nassau counties to the mouth of Boggy. -PRACTICAL 'I I Florida Southern Railway Co. Night Passenger Train leaves .

Creek to the place of beginning. .STEAMSHIP LINE; For Wildwood........................... 5.00p.m.
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PRECINCT NO. 10. BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHT Tourists by this Route can'reach nearly every Important -: ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING For SavannahandallpointsNorth .

point in Florida, which can be and West................................ 5.00 p.m.
Commencing at St. Mary's river at Township CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. said of no other Line.. at Callahan.
(connecting )
lines between 2 and 3 North ; thence The most direct route.ta all points North,East SOUTH. ,
and West. The Quickest Possible Time; the most I Accom. Fast Mail. Night Passenger Train amves-
east along said line to to intersec-
township I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. From Cedar Key Wildwood and
tion
of Alachua trail thence southwest
; and all work entrusted to my care Read down. Read Jacksonville viaJ.T.&K.W.R'y
all the Road.
up. points on Transit 9.45 a. m. F
along said trail to Range line No. 23; thence promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work care- 9.00 p .....-.. Lv New York..Ar ......... 8.00 a.12ro ................... 7.45am From Savannah and all points in .
south by Range line No. 23 to base line ....... Lv .... ......... 4.40
; fully done at reasonable rates. WoodWork p ? Philadelphia Ar a :via
Lv. St. Augustine the North and'West.................
thence by base line to Crosby's Bay : thence in all of its branches at living prices 4.10 p ......... Lv Baltimore.........Ar......... 1.30 a 9.45 a.m.
St. John's Railway................. 7.45 a ni 'From Pensacola. Tallahassee and
Deep Creek thence down Deep Creek to 6.00 a ......... Lv Washington..Ar ........11.56 p ,
raouth.p -; 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 &

'a Specialty. 3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston.. ...Ar ......... 1.53 a Ar.Interlachen............ 6.30pm 10.50am Western Railroad.9.45a.m...
PRECINCT No.H. 8.47 p ......... Lv CincinnatL..Ar ......... '6.50 a Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 m 11.31 a m
....... ........ ; p
The voting place of Precinct No. 11 will be Furniture repaired, repainted,stainedor 3.30 7.01 p p .......?.. Lv Lv Savannah..Ar Atlanta..Ar.! 1.25 p 10.45 8.45 p a .Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40pm 12.00 n'nXv. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

at the Public Schoolhouse, 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 : 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 Alachua share of the public patronage solicited. 12.20 p, 8.30 p Lv Jacksonville....AT 6.15 a 2.35 p Ar. Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p in For Jacksonville .......:.........:...... 2.50 p.m.

trail,situated in Section 28,T. 1 S.,R.23 E. Respectfully., 1.15 p 9.20 p Ar Baldwin:...;..._Lv 5.20 a 1.45 a Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p m Train arrives daily, except Sunday-
By order of the County Commissioners.J. __J. A. RYDER. 1.40 9.35 Lv Baldwin..Ar 5.05 a 1.19p Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.

A. EDWARDS. 2.36p p 10.42 p p Ar Lawtey..Lv 3.46 a 12.18 p Ar. Leesbt1 ............... 7.00 a m 3.55 pm.. From Jacksonville...................... 6.36p.m. ;'

County Clerk Nassau County. EA-I LAN D.'RO TE. 2.55 a 11.07 p Ar Starke..Lv 3.10 a 11.56 p Lv. Leesburg............... ......... .. 4.00pm Sunday only-
:
Fernandina.Fla. April 8th 1886. 3.25 a 11.45 p Ar Waldo..;...........Lv 2.30 a 11.08 a From Jacksonville.................10.36 a.m.
............ 7.00 :
r ........ .... ........ Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. p m
4.25 a. Ar Gainesville. Lv 10.05 a From Jacksonville..................... 6.56p.m., 1
NOTICE. 5.16 p *fe Ar Archer.:.......Lv ,J9.11\ a Lv. Leesburg St Johns For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00a.m.
5.49 p V Ar Branson.;;........LV $f 8.36 a Eustis Div.... ............ '
Lake
THE, KEY. LINE STEAMER, 7.50 a Ar Cedar Key......Lv 6.40 a & 4.00pmAr. For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p.m.
ON THE 29TH DAY OF MARCH A. Ar Hawthorne..Lv"'1.35 10.20 a Fort Mason............ ............ 4.45 p ra
4.15 12.48 a
1886.1 will offer for sale, to the highest 5.53 p p .........' Ar Silver Spring ...Lv .-........ 8.47 p 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-............... .......;'.... 5.30pm For New York direct, every Wednesdayand
the benefit of all concerned all the property 7.28p 4.25a A Wildwood..Lv, 9.34p 7.26 a Ar. Astor...._............;.. Daily. V6.45pm Saturday evening.
specified and conveyed to me in trust, by, 9.05 p ......... Ar Panasoftkee..Lv ,......... 6.40 a ni 5.00
deed 11.10 p'......... Ar Withlacoochee..Lv ......... 5.30 a Lv. Fort Mason..10.00 a p m From New York direct every. Tuesdayand
of dated the llth of
conveyance day 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 ra.
:Town Improvement Company and recordedin 10.00 p 8.15 a Ar Orlando..Lv 10.30 a....... Ar.Lane Park.............11.00 a ra 5.45 p m SEA-ISLAND ROUTE. ;
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, ST. NICHOLAS ........... 1.40 p Ar Tampa ..._.........Lv ......... 6.00 p Steamer St. Nicholas leaves Savannah
Fourth Judicial Circuit' of Florida, in and LIMITED .EXPRESS., GOING NORTH. Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays; leaverFerdina

for Nassau County; in record book "U," CAPTAIN M..'.USINA, MASTER. 8.30 a .?...-. .Jacksonville..Ar ;........ 4.23 p Daily.> Fast Mail. Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays
pages 95 and 96, the said property having 8.53 a ......... Lv ...White House_Ar. ....... 3.58 p Daily. arrival of morning train .from'Jack-
been taken into possession by me. and now 9.10 a ......... Ar Baldwin__'....'..Lv ........: 3.38 p I Lv. Astor .................._ ............ 7.30am. sonville.upon

offered for sale in pursuance of the provisions RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. Steamer express leaves' Jacksonville- Wednesdays Lv. Lane Park;............ 3.30 p m 8.40 a ra CUMBERLAND ROUTE. '
of said deed. Terms cash, or payablein and Saturdays at 5.10 p. m.,connecting with ., Lv, Altoona...............- 8.50 a m
bonds of the directed in the the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sail- Lv. Tavares...............? 3.50 p m 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Brunswick -:
as
trust deed. company SAM'L. A. SWANN, regularly between Fernandina ing semi-weekly for New York direct. Lv. Eustis.. ................. 4.20 p ra 9.15 a m daily at............................ 2.30 p.m.,
PLYING SEA ISLAND ROUTE. (connecting at Brunswick withE.
Trustee. Savannah the Ar. at Fort :Mason from
following
upon Steamer St Nicholas between Fernandina and T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand
Fernandina, Fla., February 26th, 1886. schedule.. Savannah, leaves Fernandina, Sundays, .Tues- Lane Park................ 4.30pm 9.20am Western points.)

Above sale until Monday LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday, days and Thursdays, upon arrival of morning Ar. at Fort Mason fromAstor : Steamer Thos.Collyerfrom Bruns-
postponed and Savannahthe ... .. .............. 9.40am
train 'from Jacksonville .
at ..
Tuesday Thursday arrival of arriving
upon .
April 5th, 1886. Leave Savannah Mon- wick daily at..........................12.15 p.m.
SAM'L. A. SWANN, morning train from Jacksonville arrivingat following morning.and Lv. Fort Mason............ 9.50 a ra
days, Wednesdays ST. MARTS RIVER.
Trustee. Savannah the following mornings. Fernandina followinagpConnections at Ar..Leesbu ............... 10.35 a m .
LEAVE SAVANNAH every Monday. Savannah with all rail lines, and with Ocean 7.00am Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
Pemberton's
Above sale postponed until. Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, reaching Steamship and Boston and-Savannah vessels to Lv. Ferry For St. :Marys and Crandall,Tuesday -
, April 12th, 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 dinawith trains for all.Florida points., i Ex.Sun. For St. Marys and Dungeness, on

Trustee. lines,and with Ocean Steamship and Boston BRUNSWICK AND INLAND'S. B. CO. I Lv. Leesburg.............., 6.30 p ra 10.45 a m Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p.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 ra 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 ra 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 Steamer Martha arrives-
A. SWANN, .............. 3.35 2.35 m ''
o. MACDONELL, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Jackson- i Ar. Rochelle.. a m p From St.Marys and Crandall. on
Trustee Gen. Pass.& Tkt. Agt., ; viBe, Fla. Lv. Rochelle................ 3.50 a m 2.40 p m :Monday and Thursday...........- 7.00 8.m.

Above stile postponed until Monday Fernandina, Fla. D. E. MAXWELL,,Geii.Sup't. Ar. Gainesville............ 4.20 a m 3.05 p m From St. Marys and Dungeness,

April 26th, .1886. D. E. .MAXWELL, Lv, Gainesville......... 3.00 a m 2.05pm on Wednesday and Saturday..._9.00_a.m
SAMUEL A. SWANN, 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,

Trustee. Fernandina, Fla. 10 Spruce Street,New York.rs.: Ar.Wait's Crossing...... 4.40am 3.24pm Tuesday and Friday......_........ 2.00 p.n

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P. The services, at the Catholic Church, of That Circuit Judge Baker probably'has' ago and Monday'passengers;, Wednesday,' to Key and Line'Friday(F.. R.; freight&N.) When You Paint,

MJ1 which the Rev.: Father'Kilkoyne! is pastor, d'opinion'of the effectiveness_ .of our Fire ,Apr.17-Steamship State of Texas,'William,from' --

,'d.0o'A YEAl; ?J.OO FOR, SIX MONTHS ,is of special interest during these the last Department from the large number of exempts R.NeW'York W. Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers- "- to TTSE' THE BEST PAINTS. THE

days of holy week. ,Today (Saturday) the "- appearing before him this week. .Apr. Steamship Carondelet,'John Risk, from. .
r" Reflections. New York: freight and passengers, to H. W. 'JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTS
ceremonies will consist in the blessing; of That the membersof. the. ; !infantry 'and R..W.Southwick, agent. I '

a t u Quarantine goes into effect on May 1st. the new fire, the Easter,candle and the bap- battery corPse( ). am'also, claim, immunity Thoi CLEAREISteampacket Collyer).Dilwood for.Brans-) .are acknowledged to be of superior quality,

'The' closed its doors for the sea- tismal water.' Tomorrow mass will be_said from jury duty:,,bp we do not learn that wick, Georgia,-daily., "
r Egraont Steam, =packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah and will cover ''much more than cheaper
standard time and instruction His Honor has been
son last.Tuesday noon. at 10:30 ( ),. an .. impressed 1 >y the presentment Monday, Wednesday and Fridav; freight
on the,Divinity of the Redeemer, with some of many such'claims. and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.)' and brands. Sold
I7 and Meat Safes at Hoyt & lighter only by
Refrigerators Apr.Steamship State of Texas,Williams, for
few practical reflections; on His resurrection, That we fear that there is 'not anythingvery
? Centre street. New York; freight and passengers, by
store
9w' furniture
Go's
',' Our Methodist friends will celebrate Easter impressive' ,about.either. pf' the latter R. W. Southwick, agent. FRED W. HOYT & CO.

,k t y' t' Robert s iM. Smith, Esq., of Starke was in day at their church corner of, Fifth and mentioned organizations.That Apr.,Steamship New York Carondelet.; freight and John passengers Risk, for'by

tx} endance at the Circuit Court this week. Broome:: streets, at 4 p. m., Sunday, April it-would be an excellent thing1'for R. W. Southwick,!agent. '
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,23-Schooner Mary 'IL Morris, Smith, New
;;n t1 TheMalloryFishingBoatingRollerSkatingBycicle 25th. For this occasion they have selected the several organizations to assemble oh York.

f ; Club was taking a spin on the the inspiring cantata, Captivity Captive' memorial' day,' in citizens' :.dress, for escort Schooner Jonathan May, Little, Phila-,
delphia at King's Ferry, loading.
r a beach yesterday. a service of scripture and song prepared by duty to the cemeteries, to be followed by Schooner Anna R. Bishop, Rulan, New

yr,' 3 The first case of D. and D. came up before 'Rev. Robert, Lowry, author of many other memorial addresses.from some of the latent '-" Scnooner- York. Annie Ainslie :McAndrews, Fresh Garden Seeds,

''ilex, r a :Mayor McGiffin, on 'Wednesday last and popular compositions of. church music. -The talent about town;, Philadelphia; at King's Ferry, loading.

f! 1 It a+,a' netted the city $2. singing will be under the leadership of Mr. That the new city government is getting. Swedish bark.VESSELS Hilda, Jacobson.IN PORT. J33-CROP OF '85-

, 1 r Dr. Theo. Starbuck left, on Wednesdaylast N. Brownson; organist Miss Mary Brownson. into nice working order., Brig Lewis L. Squires, Overton.
a He will The following is the programme:, That it_ ought not to'be necessary to, present Brig Mary T. Kimball, Dix. In papers or in bulk, at
his
to look after orange grove. Schooner Effie J. Simmons, Bulger.
1. Organ Voluntary. 'a petition requesting them to provide Schooner Samuel McMannery virden. I
be absent about one week. 2. Hymn-Praise the Rock. suitable Schooner Palatka, Chapels. FRED W. HOYT & CO'S,
a landing for.small. boats_ (Centre Schooner William H. Kenney Lipincott.. .
disbursed -
1 .lt i Paymaster W. Tailor Thompson 3. Responsive Reading-Christ the Shepherd. street, but if it is necessary thus to do and Schooner Stella M. Kenyon;Williams.
some $14.000 among the railroad em- 4. Hymn-The Shepherd Smitten.
I i stimulate them to action, then the quickerit

w' ployes in this city last Monday. 6.Prayer.Hymn-The. Cross. .is.done'tfesopheritwill, ] )' ; be; done., .;" :. ,.,... ../., !' '. t "; ," .. '.... .. ..
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It is rumored on the streets that Col.'Wm. Responsive Reading-christ Offered. That; .1 lastuixda; ;lvas.,noted for absolute .. .' ,-- ... '-' ': .. *; '..-' .. ; 1
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has severed his connection with "-f' :' : 'l ;J./_' ..' ..
McWilliarris 8. Chorus-So Rest, My Rest. and uninterrupted-quiet.; Thanks Mayor ; ., t ;
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the Callahan Record as its editor. 9. Responsive Reading-Christ Risen.- McGiffin.
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Col. A. H: Haskins accompanied by Mrs. 10. Chorus-The Stone Rolled Away. That there.has evidently been change in

H., were passengers on the Carondelet, which 11. Responsive Reading-christ Speaking. the brand.of whisky used in town. Insteadof BuildthgMatee.
12. Anthem-Now is Christ Risen. Corn Oats Bran
Hay
,: I: sailed for New York early Thursday morning 13. Responsive Reading Christ Exalted. producing fits it now causes insanity. ,
BRICK LIME PLASTER
t. : 14. Hymn-Captivity Captive. That next Sunday being'resurrection Sun- ,

',;' Baby Carriages, latest styles, at Hoyt & 15. Offertory. day, many an'old.,hat and bonnet will take CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS, mED FEED, nICE FLOUB, ETC.

Go's furniture store, Centre street. 16. Anthem-Ascended on High. advantage of the occasion and come forth
1 17. Responsive Reading--Christ Coming. from its hiding place resurrected in all the SASH, DOORS AND ,BLINDS,
t .The St. John's river steamers Magnolia, 18, Chorus-The King of Glory Comes. ; AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Water Lily and Pastime, of the DeBary-Baya 19.Responsive Reading:-Christ's Family. beauty and, glory"of' a "done over," and, PAINTS AND OILS.

: ,,t ,: t Line, passed by the city yesterday noon on 20. Chorus-Gloria PatrL perched upon the proud head of its wearer, .
;u their way North. They came through the 21. Benediction. will cause more envy and hatred than its FRED W. HOYT & CO. FRED W. HOYT & CO.FRED .

inside route. ,. The public are cordialy! invited to attend owner can' pray off for six months.

the service, which has been fixed at the That Easter is becoming more, of a memorial -
:Mr. C. W. May, of New York, a practical -I
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J hour named so as not to interfere with other of fashion than the religious teachingsof
v' + and experienced jeweller, has locatedrrFK"rt
A services, and will give all an opportunity to our forefathers 'y\justify.
in this city. Mr. May has quartered ; ; .
enjoy it. That the recent discovery-of'a new and J ,

:I; K'4 a street.himself at Lake's jewelry store on Centre At St. Peter's Episcopal the usual Easter (!eepI! I .channel. ,over,:_t\l.e.s\ .rJohl1's bar is '".'yr; D .f

services will be held in the morning at 11 very opportune.. ItK.yuzy influence an addition -

: ;? &r l The annual May party' will be given on o'clock, Rev. Mr. Pattison officiating, the of fifty thousand their appropriation. W. HOYT & CO.FFFFF .

I Tuesday, May 4th, in Lyceum Hall. Tickets following being the order: The City,pf-Montictllo came through this

af-i : Processional. Hymn 105-"The Day of Resur- new opening drawing seven feet I! of water;

* $$ rection;" Warren., The very ,modest new channel lately
it will be postponed until the first pleasant CanticleChrist our Passover;" Rodgers buoyed over the Cumberland bar with over

day. Psalter-Proper Psalms, 2d, S7th'and lllth. seventeen,,feet of,water indicates that 'the U U RRRR NN N II TTTTT U U* RRRR EEEEEF
"'-I.'r-3t 4'Si Te_Deum Laudamus... in F: Dr.. ..!.' .. U URRNN_ N II T U_ TJRRTC_ .
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The store of Mr. T. A. Acosta at Old same conditions at work the Sti:Johns -- -
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Jubilate Deo in F
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MmWNira$ : {; Town, was entered by thieves Sunday night Creed Verticles and Prayers. has been at work here','and ,we are still ten U. U .R .RNN Nil T U TJR RE

r lt.t t and goods to the value of $25 or $30 taken Hymn 98Christ,the Lord is Risen;"Handel. feet ahead. ..j FFFF U U RRRR 'N N N II T U U RRRR EEEEF

f f1J: therefrom. The entrance was effected by Gloria Tibl ;Tams. That a week of nice warm weather and U URRNN.NIITU TJRRE

ft ;\ forcing the back door, on which there weretit" Hymn 112-From Oratory Hymns.. bathing in the surf\v\\l\\ be the correct thing. F U UR R ,N N'NII T U TJR REF
Sermon. U ITUUU R R 'N N N II T U TJR R E
>> \i'1' i: three locks. That the water, even now, afterall; our
., f.r'. '\ Offertory- Day of Light;" Handel. F R .R N NN II T UUU'R R EEEEE .
, ff t :tif i From the report of the Finance Committee Holy Communion. : cool days is almost warm enough to make a I

; t'!" : t\ of the City Council it will be seen that Sanctus-Ancient Chant;Handel. bath'a luxury. I I \

, 1 ft1 i' as soon as the tax collector has finished his Hymn, 207-' Bread of the World in Mercy That the street parade of the gentlemen of .

f \ collections for 1885, which will be in about Broken ;"Dr.Hodges the grand jury 'last Friday was' very imposing -
'I'\'tt\ '. Gloria in Excelsio-Old Chant. but in here otT band every of Ware-Room on Centre Street 'West of Second.
! t ;'t1' f j\i six weeks, the city will be able to'take up man ,
; In the evening at 7 o'clock the Sunday
ilth-s' .< all its outstanding bonds and coupons. A them furnished his own music-chin music.A ,
school will have their Easter exercises at the
: ti/ .l.. : call to that effect will be issued at the proper I II
church, the following being the order: Surprise.The I

1 f, i I Ir. time. .. 1.,Processional Hymn. steamer Martha, Capt. Stone, on Mon
\.fj. + 'r1P'X fT.( Slit 'meatsrorii This Port. 2. The Creed, Lord's Prayer and Collect. day night: took a party,of twenty or more

f 1t\l i: Vt;: >,! During the'past week the following shipments 3. Carol-God has Sent His Angels. people fromKing's\ Ferry and Orange. Bluff ,,
: Lesson.
}. ,, ;: were made from: this port.via the New Scripture to the Mackenzies' place farther up theSt. ;
; 5: Carol-Let the Merry Church Bells Ring.: '
I.i ),.P JAif' York steamship line: 6. Address by Rev. Mr-Pattison: Mary's, where. few hours were .passed THE ATTENTION :
l 'it; i' ( f Per steamship State of Texas, of the Mal- 7. Carol (with floral offering, "In Memoriam) very pleasantly in social conversation and ;.
.f '\l. "' f lory Line for New York, April 17-127,500 -Another Blessed Easter morn. *""s/Y A violin and guitar were taken : ;1
'1il :! :; : feet lumber, 100 logs cedar, 18 bales'cotton, ,,'
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:4' : 8. Offertory. 4..s* by good performers/and a young lady .." ,
.,..l :' 36 barrels ,rosins, 19 barrels spirits, 19 re .. .
:. 'it' J'I;,; l +: frigerators berries,and 150 'packages mer Hear 9. Evening Me. Hymn-Jesus, Tender Shepherd, from the,West(Miss Tucker, a fine musician, "' ".'./r." .... '..',- ;-.;?...'.... -''" OF ,.; ,' .,..' ', ,. !
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't 1 chandise.Per and, teacher), accompanied them on the
.; Caronddet of the 10. Prayer and Benediction.At :
} JU steamship Mallory
1'/ : : musical'treat
piano, giving a much enjoyedand
q 1.\.y r- t Line, for New York, April 22-52,000 feet the Presbyterian Church the usual ; ., .
long'to be Dlbered. This is the
htl;fl:i'; 'tt'fl E: lumber, ,100 421. logs cases cedar'cedar,, 400 41 packages barrels naval vegetables services ,will be.held morning- ,and. _evening., third party of the reI11=i puss Captain Stone- has I
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'fw"fl1t." '"'' :FJ f I stores 1 horse.; 100, packages merchandise, 3 dogs and ThesemiWeekly,, Steamship ,Line. taken.on,the JtfartAa..to.this. favorite place. Iii) fm H 0 USE K E E PER SIIII I\ I

The steamship San. Antonio,of the Mallory ,;" -" '
: : The Circuit Court :Line,,will not arrive at this'port to-day, as Some x Facts About'Alabasttne.It .

; : i ; : The Spring Term of'the Circuit Court for was, her regular, schedule. Through delaysby is 'a, disinfectant, and .renderS apart-

Nassau county,Judge,J.M. Baker presiding, fog in New York and at the bar here on ments'healthful. It is cheaper than Kalso- -IS CALLED TO THE-
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| mine; works easier, and as it requires only
Nif.3rJi&l: convened at Lyceum Hall ,on Tuesday last. account the change in the beacon lights, ,the addition of boiling'water, anybody can

l IJI The following.cases were disposed of during. it was found that she would be unable to apply it. After thoroughly cleaning, no 1

- :: : the week: make her schedule. .! hence- the--- ,managers of__, 'sizing,or other preparation for the walls is
r Sam'l /i.. Swann vs.' D. M. Hammond; ,the line thought it best to let her lie I over. necessary, and one' coat can be applied upon .O.P.ZTZ. : JAJBBOITMENTOF
another as soo'n Each additionalcoat
as dry.
ejectment., lot 2, block 33; verdict for plain- ,one trip in NewYork rather than interrupt adds to the strength of the wall. : ,

u tiff.: the schedule of:the.other steamships. This, ,ALABASTINE may be used as a primer for '. .
,, 'itT P- The State of Florida painting,' for'eitheroutside inside work. ,' : '. -1" ..
William Floyd !
,, vs. ; ,fact has given: rise,to the.rumor. in Jacksonville ,, ., 4
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Cracks in the wall can be easily filled :
with intent murder found .
assault to guilty.
informed that
; we are the semi-weekly, .with the brush and'a' little ALABAsTIiEwhile
{ The State vs.Henry Woodhurst and Alex: line would be discontinued1 during the sum. applying the first coat. -

ander,Lowe;assaulting an officer in the discharge mer. The Mirror has'good authority that ,ALABASTINE.can be applied over old Kalso-

of his duty ; plead'guilty. this' rumor is without i foundation. The 'mine or Whitewash" ,which,however,should

? The Statevs.. .William and Ben Thomas; steamships of'tbe: Mallory" Line
IS assault and batteryon a public officer;' ac tinue to, make semi-weekly trips between is the
: quitted.The New York: and Fernandina all summer., ,using over,wall.paper,or soiled painted walls.
State'vs. Gilbert Gibson; manslaughter The the Wood ceilings,:whether painted .or not, J
vegetable shipments'owing to un '
can be made'waiter With:one coat of ALA-..
x !i. ; found guilty: of'manslaughter in the favorable weather this winter, may not be as BASTINE than with'three coats of lead or zinc. .
.. fourth degree.:. large as was anticipated but there is As ,
: no a substitute for hard finish-after the : ,
r a I The State vs. Robert ,Caldwell; assault scarcity of other freights, as is testified daily "browning" has been troweled smooth,and ; ',i., -. .,_. '"" -:. ." .' BOTH,. ., '' ;.- I

$ + u} i and battery upon public officer; found by the long trains of freight coming here.' dry handsome, apply'and ALABASTINE.durable finish:, It 'at.produces much less a : ,,:, .: .. ;-: ; :;' ;: :,, .?: ; '

' r, rf guilty. Loss of a Good Citizen. cost than a coat of-plaster.
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Theodore Hoepfner, C. E. Nelson,.Starratt, .Mr. Paul Funke'who has been in business Alabastine not Kalsomine,'and shouldnot ,
be confounded with it.: ALABASTINE isa, AND DOMESTIC :
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Hernandez and Butler Green plead guilty 4'FOREIGN
t here for the ten
I past years, this week
i' cement, and the only preparation for walls
r1; : of carrying conceded weapons. sold out his entire establishment known as and.:ceilings which produces a firm and

tt1 I Fred K: Bott, 01 Jacksonville, was'admit- Funke's Dry Goods Emporium to'Mr. J. durable'finish.; It does not turn yellow,

4 ted to the bar; and,Gustav Minkley and Fred,Lohmah of this city. ,Mr. Fnnke left, I can tract with heat,shrink. : from the .walls- ,or
, ,* xt ; Augustus W.Lohman were made citizens of on for New. SCALE off. -WHICH WE ARE OFFERING-
Thursday York where'
$ ,- some Five pounds ALABASTINE 'will'cover 50
+
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splendid' business. opportunities have'been square yards,.or 450-'sQuare feet, two coats.A .
.p The Grand_ ry got through with its labors whitewashed wall
offered him.. While.not a man disposed to porous or.: may requiremore.
Friday and was discharged by .. .. .
Judge make many intimate friends, his straight-, PRICES.
AT VERY LOW
Put in neat form-of 5
packages-box
Baker. made formal up
1 They, no presentment. forwardness in all his dealingswon: him the each ,
So
esteem of his fellow men.. pounds. ; d'only by .
afternoon We"wiSh him
after
,, Yesterday ,' pronouncing in his ;FRED W. HOYT & Co., .
field.
r I those convicted success new ,
sentence1 upon as follows .Second street.
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v I Mr. Lohman will probably. close out the
.y the Judge adjourned the Court : store very shortlY ,. .. '' ..... .' .' ""1' "
b Wm. Floyd and William.Gibson, 2 years [', ",..'. \t., fAR. INE.' ._
i 1 in the nitentia ,Masonic. .
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pe rY Port of Fernandina. '
i B' ? Harvy King G months in'the county'jail., A special' communication of Amelia Lodge ..- ". ''mG&IWATEB.'. .. '
No F & Wednesday : ; WHITNER & SCHUYLER
47. : A.-Mi.: will be held .
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# Henry Wooidhurst and ,Alexander Lowe;; on Saturday, April.24..,. '_ ,. O.W A.M.:. 0:16 P.M. .
4 in'the evening next, for work-in theF.'C. de- ,. Sunday, 25......-.....0:44.: .1:06 ,
S 2 months county jail. gree.:", All Masons in good standing are invited Monday; ,>r26:,._i__..'135 ". 20 .a ,...
Robt. Cal well,3 months in the county jail. to attend. Tuesday ." 27.............229 2:57 '
Wednesday ......... It "
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j; C. E. Nelson, .10 days in the county jail. To Thursday, '" ',29..U_ 4:16 .... -. v ,4:47 :." ; ; .
t ,' : Butler, .Green,.10 days in'the county jail. '' Let,- Friday, 30_.......... 5:08 -" .. 5:38 ,.,' .; i 'NO. 47 ,CENTRE STREET.
,' I Starratt Hernandez,and Theo. Hue pfner Three Furnished Rooms' ;-North and East ENTERED. .'.- ./,' "-:i fSteampacket ,
'i r exposure. Enquire of,Mrs..:Murch- 1 .
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fined ,$10 and costs. .. : -. ; Sixth and Ash streets,over''dry goods'store: ::, Georgia Thos.Collyer, daily,Dll oodfroni'- .'- "-0 ..Brunswick <._-,. t' .Jr :: ;>', : 'f :" ,.
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