Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00308
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00308
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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ITEMS OF IXTEREST. loss of $ U. DR. FRASER'S DISPENSARY, Traveler's Guide.
\tt at the Coun-
alone and FOR THE
last consumed evening,with [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading
POOR year few OF THE NEEDY, indicates
a as a means of infor-
5069,028 gallons of spirits and butter. WHERE ALL WORTHY POOR PEO- mation to the traveling public. To be reliable -
on Tenth and it should be
receive medical advice and correct. The managers of
nearly 79,000,000 of malt liquor at a were up of some medicine free of charge. the different railroad and steamer lines willgre.atly

of about 655,000,000. was referred Open every Saturday from 9 to 12 m. assist us in our efforts to make it so
about Corner Fourth and Broome streets. 1m by notifying us of changes made in the run-
OUT of 35,000 newspapers in the age of ,the Streets, ning rected.time J ,when they will be promptly cor-

in in Gun left at Post-office can be reclaimed -
are English 7,800 from
world 16,500 ,
paid: by proving property and paying for
German, 6,850 in French, 1,600 in engaged in 'as Col- this advertisement. TRANSIT &: PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
............$218 58 S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.
Spanish and 1,450 in Italian.A country, ........... 19 17 Fernandina, Fla., April 30. 1886. Day-Passenger Train leaves
;.....T..... 25 00 For Cedar Key and Wild wood.and .
FRENCH economist estimates the into some : ........... 2500 all points on Transit Road......10.10 a.. m.
made in the of business Notice. Savannah and all points North
value of the paper I and West....................
$;.-...*.-..;.- C00 The City Tax Collector's office will be at E. ...........10.10 a.m.
United States and Europe at $100- lieved of lamps O. Friend's store, Third and Centre streets, i i (connecting at Callahan.)
its is tition with April.. 40 00 until further notice. 0. S. OAKES, Tallahassee,Pensacola and all
000,000 per annum ; weight ........... 26 38 Collector. points on the Florida Central &
and Western Railroad......,........, .
15,000,000 tons. cheese. to Old Fernandina Fla., April 14,1886. ..10.10 a.. m.
the usual .........:.. 50 00 (connecting at Baldwin.)
TilE fourteen miles of street rail- ......... 8 73 Day Passenger Train arrives
owned the from seven etc., reported Notice.MR. From. Cedar Key, Wildwood, and i
way in Glasgow are by RICHARD H. JONES IS AP- all points on the Transit Road.. 4.00 p. m
and bring to the treasury a ren- while the Williams, for Sub-Agent for the Waterman From Savannah and all 1 points in

city, about equal addition to Grant or Alberti Tract and all land in this the North and West................ 4.00 p.m.p.m..
tal of $76,000 annually. There is between Cen- county known as the E. G. Brown land. From Tallahassee Pensacola.} and
rate of fare but butter. WM. B. C. DURYEE, Agt. all points on the Florida Central
no uniform a pennya with his that the Fernandina, Fla., February 4, 1886. & Western Railroad..............._ 4.00 .
mile is charged, with reduced rates endorsed Night Passenger Train leaves

morning and evening, when theworking Sealed ProposalsWill For Wildwood........................... 4.10 p.ID.
lard horse authorized to be received by the undersigned until\ 12 For Savannah and all points North

people travel. The original at the new o'clock noon on Tuesday, May 4th, 1886 for and West................................ 4.10 p.m.
About performing the day scavenger work of'the (connecting at Callahan.)
the in fact
tramway was in Eighth
purpose follows
city, as : Night Passenger Train arrives-
to enable working men to inhabitthe rious and to make that Specifications-The removal of all garbagethat From Cedar Key, Wildwood and

mixtures may accumulate in and around dwellings all points on the Transit Road.,.10.10 a. m.
suburbs. the contract and stores and all other buildings; From Savannah and all points in

being the also dead animals and poultry ; also, the the North and West.................10.10 a.m.
Br means of the proposed tunnel not only day scav- trimmings of trees of all kinds within the From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and .
from the Canadian mainland to $40 per month. city limits. The occupants or own'ers of lots all points on Florida Central &

butter, but )] $12 for one and buildings are to deliver the garbage in Western Railroad...................10.10 a. m.
Prince Edward's Isle it is believedthat boxes or barrels outside of the sidewalk, except -
much more a sick the trimming of trees, which will haveto FERNANDINA &; JACKSONVILLE R. R.

steam communication may be the trade. be taken from the piles. Such garbage Train leaves daily, except Sunday

carried on all the year round, as is must be taken to the dumping ground desig- For Jacksonville......................... 7.00 a. m.
proposed nated by the Committee on Streets and Sanitary For Jacksonville ........................ 2.45'p.' m.
the case now in the Clyde, Severn Work, and there burned. Under the Train arrives
by the Board of daily, except Sunday-
and Thames system. The total distance held at the word "garbage" it is understood that offals From Jacksonville....,.................11.00 a. m.
the people shops, factories, or buildings in pro- From Jacksonville....................... 6.10p.m.
from Cape Tormentine Cape last. gress of construction, are not intended as I Sunda1onlg-

Traverse the two terminal points is Certainly were pres- being included as garbage .to be removed From Jacksonville ..,...........,.....10.10 a. m.
recognized } and, Commis- under contract for day scavenger work. From Jacksonville ..................... 6.45 p.m.
one-half miles and be- The Council reserves the right to reject For Jacksonville ......... .
eight and ............. 7.00 a.m.
A good Higginbotham any or all bids. P. KELLY, For Jacksonville ........................ 4.00 p. m.
tween these two points are the that Chairman Sanitary Committee.
Fernandina, Fla., April 24, 1886. MALLORY' LINE.
Straits of Northumberland. The rred for the
the declared For New York direct, every Wednesday
plan is to run a tunnel composed of into Court, were Notice. and Saturday evening. ;

metal cylinders three-eighths inches ported$15,000,000 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT and From Friday New eveing York, at direct 3.00 p.m.every Tuesday

thick, fifteen feet in diameter, lined ............i $18 00 meeting of the County Commis- !
increase on .... ...... 1 25 sioners held on Wednesday, April 7th, the SEA-ISLAND ROUTE..
with concrete,tno"and.: ,one.balf,,feet : ; ..d2r,7 t following changes were made in the boundriei'2 ... Steamer<< St. Nicholas-leaves..Savannah
One-half *" ; ; : ,
thick, giving a clear passageway of ........... 5,93 of the; -el eel io"iru istricts"of"'Nassau'county Ibn'daysTWednesflays'and'Fridays; leaves '
was actually as designated hereafter. Ferdina Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays,
ten feet, through which cars may be to this ..;......... 19 86 PRECINCT NO. 6. upon arrival of morning train' from Jack-
i .,....... son ville.
drawn fireless also to 5 85 Port .
by engines, run Commencing at Henry, on the St.Mary's
largely : river, thence the St. Mary's riverto CUMBERLAND ROUTE.
piers out from the mainland on the \ ........... 20 75 the mouth of the Little up St. Mary's river Steamer Thos. for Bruns-
New Brunswick side, ten thousandfeet office't'........... 9 16 thence up the Little St. Mary's river to the wick daily at............................ 2.30 p.m.
is sold ....j....... 2 45 intersection of the line between 24 and (connecting at Brunswick withE.
......... range
and from Prince Edward's side 10 15
the 25, thence south along said range line to T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand
displace ........ .. 2 00
line between 2 and 3 Western
four thousand feet. To reach the township Townships points.)
The N., thence along Boggy Swamp and river to Steamer Thos.Coll'erfrom Bruns-
bottom of the straits, which at the ........... 143 52 the did Ford near Mr. Peter Green's place, wick daily at............................12.15 p.m.
tive ........... 28 50 thence the road in north-
following public
ends of these piers is twenty 'feet ST. MARYS RIVER.
ufactured easterly direction to the ford on McQueen'sswamp
below ..... ..... 156 90 thence down the Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
water level will McQueen's
a cylinder ....... swampto For St.
I be called by .. 14 50 Waterman's old field, thence by the pub- Marys and Crandall,TUEsday -
run down a gradual incline. Venti- I semblance lic road to Port Henry to place of beginning. and Friday......................... 3.00p.m.
For St.
draw Marys and Dungeness, on
lation of the whole will be securedby Denmark ........... 14 40 PRECINCT NO. 8. Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m.
means of a shaft sunk about half ............ 45 00 Commencing at the intersection of the For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
ter can only ........... 1 00 township line 3 N., R.24 and 25 East,thence Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.
way across the straits, at which pointthe j of meet- west to the St. Mary's river; thence down Steamer Martha arrives-
water is ninety feet ........... G 00 the St. Mary's river to Camp Pinkney ; From St. :Marys and Crandall, on
deep. than this, ........... 4 00 thence along Alachua trail to its intersectionwith Monday and Thursday............. 7.00 a. m.
...... 30 00 the Little St. Mary's river; thence From St. Marys and Dun eness,
BOGUS BUTTER. by ........... 2 00 along the Little St. Mary's river eastwardlyto on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a.m
which has ........... 33 00 the township line between Ranges 24 and From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
Congress is now considering the to' May 25 East; thence along said township line Tuesday and Friday.. .............. 2.00 p.m.
bill adopted last week the Committee that name. ........... 166 67 South to point of beginning. The voting
cousins ........... 220 00 place of Precinct No. 8 is at Hilliard's. Notice; .
on Agriculture to prevent the are ; ........... 20 00 PRECINCT NO. 9. Notice is hereby given that all vessels arriving -
frauds upon at this port on or alter the first day
illegal sale of all imitations of butter ........... 46 16 Commencing at the mouth of Boggy of May, 1886, will be required to undergo
products. :Mr. Hatch, of :Missouri, as the sales... 4 00 Creek, on Nassau river, thence up Boggy inspection at Quarantine. That is,all coast-
in We wish ..... 298 78 Creek near the ford of the King's Road at wise vessels or steamers will be inspected at
the written report, says the power as the intersection of Township line 3 North, Upper Quarantine at or near quarantine
. of the Federal Government to impose uine butter ........... 12 00 between Ranges 24 and 25 East ;thence west station on Tiger Island ; all vessels arriving
world as along said township line to Alachua trail ; from foreign ports at Lower Quarantine
an internal revenue tax upon ........... 4 00 thence by the Alachua trail to the range Ground, inside the Sound buoy. The quar-
the service line No. 23 ; thence following the range line antine grounds will extend from a point -
manufactured compounds soldas ........... 6 40 south to the base line ; thence by the base station on Tiger Island to the buoy opposite in
imitations and counterfeits of but- as line to the boundary line of Duval county ; the Sound.
Remaining in ........... 7 40, thence by the dividing line between Duval H. J. BAKER
ter is too well established by a long Nassau ser and Nassau counties to the mouth of Boggy Secretary of Board of Health.

line of precedents to Persons ........... 12 00 Creek to the place of beginning. Fernandina, Fla., April 29. 1886.Sheriff's .
require argument -
any advertised r ........... 25 00
It is conceded even by Burns, Lea ......... 18 00 PRECINCT NO. 10.
those Beenes, ....... ... 54 00 Commencing at St. Mary's river at Town- Sale.
who deny the necessity or ex- Brarsfund, ship lines between 2 and 3 North ; thence UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
pediency of such tax. The Baxter Daniel east along said township line to to intersec- of foreclosure issued out of the
a powerto Cole, F S tion of Alachua trail ; thence southwest Circuit Court.Fourth Judicial Circuit in and
tax is not limited alone to the necessities Cooper, Alex along said trail to Range line No. 23 ; thence for Nassau county, in a suit in said Court
Carter, JT : : south by Range line No. 23 to baseline;' determined, wherein Theo. Starbuck is
of the Government for the Crowley, thence by base line to Crosby's Bay : thenceto : plaintiff and Henry Hobein defendant,
amount of revenue derived. Thereis Dufour, Jennie Deep Creek; thence down Deep Creek to I I have levied upon and will sell at
Douglas, James its mouth. public auction, in front of the Court House,
no limit to the exercise of the Elatander, PRECINCT NO.11. in the City of Fernandina, on Monday, the

power to tax except in the discretionand Everett, Geo A, The voting place of Precinct No. 11 will be 7th day of June, 1886, during the legal
G Lot number 28 in Block
Fernald R Avery. Presi-, at the Public School-house, at Mr. Nathan hours of sale :
wisdom Fleming, number 269 situated in the city Fernan-
of Congress. ; W/Dorsey, Fourakers Sr., situated near the bridge ,
Green, dina, Nassau county, levied as the
There are in the United States R. Wilker- across Brandy Branch, on the old Alachua
Grant, Grey trail,situated in Section 28,T. 1 S.,R.23 E. property of Henry Hobein.
over 15,000,000 cows, producing annually Ivers, J C Mr Council : By order of the County Commissioners.J. Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.
over 1,000,000,000 pounds of Jones, Joseph ; ; ; and Licenses; on: County Clerk Nassau County. Sheriff Nassau County.

butter and 300,000,000 pounds of 'Berg and Fernandina,Fla.,April 8th, 1886. Fernandina, Fla., April 24, 1886.

cheese. The product is worth $2..50-, Last ; Public Im- Administrator's, Notice. TOURIST HOUSE,

?OOOOO. An amount of milk equal The Lighting ALL CREDITORS,'LEGATEES AND
m value City Council on Scavenger TO persons entitled to distribution: FERNANDINA, FLA.
i is
consumed as milk, so taxes for 18S5 Aldermen All persons having any demands againstthe
!that the total product of the dairy next. All real estate of Beulah L. Whitney, late of ce isrcrw1"FURNISHED OPEN SEWLY
taxes remain ; : Charles Nassau County, deceased, are notified to
interests in the United States is advertised and Walker and'l present their claims,properly authenticated, T AND PAINTED

worth over $400,000,000 annually.The .- dinances of within two years from date, or the same JL i throughout. First-class accommodations. -
Wharves and, will be barred. .
cows were worth on an average and Al- JOHN A. ELLERMANN, TERMS $2.00 PER DAy:

640 head until the'introduction Fernandina, Administrator.
per -
.-.. Fernandina, Fla.ay 8,1886. 6m #&* Special arrangements by the week or.
of counterfeit butter, and are [: PRINTING month. "
worth $30 each, making a total at the MIRROR of Printing. FOR to the :MIRROR office. 10 Proprietor., .

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'\ I .- ,.... TIlE FLORIDA MIRROR : MAY '8, 1886. .

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ti ; : AN OLD ZOCiT.. ,f' ; latter, then he must in art. matters bean I eleven ?'' What a horrible thing; Miss I the eyeglass at my sitter. -
# 'ignoramus. All right in mv Sunday best." Ward How such Well Jack remarked
*{ Last night I found an old forgotten key, ; can you keep a with his
r Deep in an unused drawer. ; and quick tears I beheld a stout elderly man. witha Saying this we shook hands and he terrible bag of bones in your room ? I i cynical smile, 'i> I cannot congratulate
;, fell I red, jovial countenance ; a large ver- waddled briskly outof the room.I It makes' my flesh creep, I assure I you on the beauty of your sitter ; he
tenderlyFor ah 1 I knew the it would tell million nose with a couple of buds of looked.sadly .Andrea del Sarto's you." looks like a cattle drover. And whata
+, story noses springing from the main stem, portrait, and it seemed to sympathizewith Have we not all a skeleton in the nose, by Jove I I expect he is fond
,, Of a familiar door a vanished hand," looking as if later on they might de- me. I'put up.my easel and can- cupboard ?" I answered iling gayly. of the whisky bottle !I"
{ A Papa cheery is home"click!" by Ah eager little children, loyal band heard-! velop into other full-grown; noses ; his vas. My eyes and brain were so filled I keep mine here ; it is useful whenI He went into my studio, and gave "
Row oft your hearts grew sick with hope small blue eyes twinkled pleasantly ; with the ima"ge, of Mr. Cameron that draw." vent to a loud 'guffaw.
,; deferred his whiskers were gray: long and his red nose haunted me. "Would: you mind Miss Ward, Well, Ursula, you have succeeded.
trr In the time after! for Papa'O'went forth bushy, the old Picadilly weeper He I lived with my brother, my only taking it away ? You may think me this is hideously' brutal like the old;
'l" And came not back. Then dawped some was attired in tweed. heathercoloredsuit relative, for-1 had lost my parents at foolish, but this skeleton makes me cove. It would do for a."sign post fora
darksome days : and looked like a Scotch tourist an early age. Jack was a clerk in the miserable." country inn, a drunken Silenus
The cottage, home was sold, and we came or
Fr North out on.a holiday. Excuse me for-interrupting Foreign Office. He considered him- "Oh, of course I will !I"and taking mine host with a tankard of beer anda
,y Y To a gray city street, to.flowerless ways. you," he said, taking off his self a great swell, and did not at all it up in my 'arms ,I carried it into the long clay pipe ; but it is vulgar."
On the bright steel great spots of rust had hat and displaying a bald head with a approve of ''my going in for art, ',I next room. I Do you think so ?" I exclaimedvery
grown fringe of gray hair that stood erect, knew' he would protest against my undertaking Thank you ; but rather than that despondent ;: is it a failure'
s. It would not turn so easily as then" but I cannot: refrain from expressing the portrait of a person I, you should think me troublesome I, Jack ?" '
1 I ((1 thought-), and "Rosebank" is no more my admiration of your clever work. knew nothing at all about.' shall give you a good reason. A few' No, it is too like," and he laughed
I have ray own no claim to enter it again. Already I like it better than the original So that evening' after dinner, while I years.ago I lost -my wife and then two again ; but -there is such a thing i as
; it is ,not so dark and it is Jack was smoking a'cigar, I took my bairnies."" (His voice shook as he being too true ; you .have softened
And Maybe oh, if its even door\ I has could now venture a different there lock-, smoother ; you area gifted lassie. courage in both my'hands and relatedmy 'I said this.) Anything that remindsme nothing. Now that nose is an exact
What should I find? my misery to mock- Now, would you mind undertaking a adventure in the National Gallery. much'of death is painful, and, as rendering of the original, pimples and
"'tit s Ghosts of the dead-strangers' careless ? I rather desirous to Jack and this bit "
_ portrait am wore an eyeglass, 'you are going to paint my picture, color. .
a stare. have my old phiz painted for my only of glass, was capable of intense 'ex- better. not have 'a miserable expres- That night I was in despair. I
I I took the key and laid it out of sight; relation, a sister who lives;,. in Amer- pression. When he was annoyed it sion." took the portrait, up to, my bedroom
r I Since thou canst no more ope the door for ica.* seemed to grow, rounder ; when:he was I placed Mr. Cameron in half placed it on the easel facing my bed

,,t.. Of me that dear home, thou needst not see theM I was so taken aback by the suddenness supercilious the glass became imperti shadow ; it was' sometime before I decided hoping that on awaking next morning
k5+ light, of this request that I could nent.When on the attitude. At last I set- after a refreshing sleep I should see
For. only doors of tears are oped by theeChamber's .". scarcely answer., I had never before I had finished, my heart sank tled upon a three-quarters, with his what was wrong, and where I could
_ti ., ,. S : Journal, received a .commission. into my boots, for Jack's eyeglass hands resting on his knees. flatter and tone down defects. I hada
MY FIRST- -SITTER.- -- tl I have never painted a portrait," ., seemed enormous, making him look When I had drawn him in charcoal nightmare that night ; the portrait
I muttered, leaning on my mahl stick, like a Cyclops, his one huge eye glar- he came to look at it, and gaveagrunt I seemed that. of an ogre with at least
S I had emerged from the Slade palette'and brushes in hand ; but I ing at me. '- not expressive of admiration."It half a dozen swollen vermilion noses.I .
l S School after several years of art study, have been studying art for several He shook his long narrow; head. is very black and looks stiff; had a dim sensation of getting out
which chiefly consisted of drawing and years." When annoyed his voice was even but you know best. Excuse my of iny bed, lighting a candle, fetching
painting the male human form in every Well, will you make a beginningwith more drawling and nasal than usual ; bluntness." my palette and brushes, and. in my
conceivable position. Italian models me ?" Saying this he planted this time it was fearfully drawling.He It is a mistake to allow a sitter to nocturnal garments and asleep, paint-
_p4 had grown positively loathsome to me. himself well in front of me; so that I puffed out a long whiff, of blue peep before the picture is nearly ing in the picture.
I was'tired of their dark brown skins, had a thorough good view of him.! smoke from 'his Havana. finished ; you cannot tell the transfor- Next morning the .housemaid came
S black hair and eyes. I knew their There could not be a more striking Well, I declare, Ursula, I had mation it will go through. into the room with the hot water.
I bones and muscles by heart. A fine contrast to the beautiful, refined, mel- begun to. flatter myself that I knew He was astonished at my paletteand Oh, miss !I" she exclaimed, "what
axe skeleton stood in my studio at home ancholy Andrea delSarto than that the length and breadth of your eccentricities -/ the rapid way I laid my tints. has happened to the picture ? It is
;, ,t x,.+ I had drawn it in pen and ink over and presented by this elderly, highlycolored ; but this last performancebeats I He had never come ; in contact with all sorts offcolors, chiefly blue and
over again. Even in rny dreams, old Scot-his heather trousers everything. I have always suspected painters any one who understoodart. )yellow, and looks like a corpse. Oh,
-? ,, '. 1! was pursued by visions of bones and bagged at the knees, a thick gold that there' is insanity in our I think the peep he had taken it is dreadful:'
? iI S. muscles, and when I talked to friends chain reposed on his well-developed family, now I am certain of it. That disconcerted him, and he did not ask I sat up. What did I see? The
: I would mentally strip them of their gastronomic region. you, who belong to a respectable family to look again. portrait indeed looked like a decom-
qt flesh and see their skeletons-such was What size portrait would you -(our father was a Post-Captain in When I attacked the nose I was posed corpse.
the result of toujours perdrix or tou- like ? '''Head and shoulders, or one the Royal Navy-should) consent to puzzled. Ought I to copy it faithfully, lf I must have worked at it in my
Zr jours anatomy? The monotony of my with the,hands included ?'* paint the portrait of a Scotch farmer buds and all ? I was inclined to ideal- sleep, Susan ; you see my palette is
tt, studies extinguished my ardor for an "Down as far as the knees," he whom you, casually meet prowling ize, so toned down the vermilion tints. full of color and my brushes have
art which seemed made up of men and answered stroking his trowsers. about the National Gallery without After I had had four sittings the por- paint on them. It is too, too vexa-
iM f .!1'' muscles. "While I am about it I as well sort of introduction It looks
q '; may any trait had made considerable progress, tious-what shall I do ? Get me the
So one day made up my mind togo go in fora big picture. Now businessis like lunacy and on that fourth day I invited him turpentine which is in my studio."
t hr ta and worship at the shrine of the business ; may I ask what your "I want money; Jack ; that is the to lunch. He was' very confidential ; When I got the turpentine I man-
old masters in the National Gallery, terms are for a portrait? } wish I long and short of it. I don't deny told me about his home in the North, aged to efface the nocturnal somnam-
to see if these high priests could inspire was younger and, better looking, but that I have'enough to eat and drink, of his loneliness since the loss of his I bulistic work ; but the fates were
t" and rekindle in me the sacred that is.no fault of riiine ;" he said this but I have other requirements ; and to wife and bairnies ; he had married' against me,.and I wept bitterly. Was
i i ; fire that was) dying but. I wondered \with a genial smile which improvedhis tell you the truth. I have' ambitionand late in life and was quite alone now: the. picture going to be a failure?
through that temple of art, filled with? 'plain countenance. don't share the opinion that wo- Ah, lassie !" he exclaimed, I ama i When :Mr. Cameron came for Ms
.. awe and wonder at the magnificent "MYterns, fora; portrait I, Allow .ma .is. \otE\d..mer.ely<;\ "to! be the slaveof .very solitary man now, with no one sitting he noticed my dejected appearance -
_,. + works that 'surrounded me. Yes, I me to consider.'* the lords creation,:to sew but- to care really: for me, but I feel that and asked me if anything had
i f4Ss; would try to copy one of these chefs Yes, take your time. I have tons on their illustrious shirts, and the spirits of my lost ones hover con- happened to annoy me. .
Vozuvre whichever of them then been looking round the gallery and I mend their many socks. '' "
( ; just stantly,around me. Still I 'have my I havea, headache. (What would
most struck I found itS really, don't much like the old masters Jack's became '
my fancy. eyeglass impudent. 'farm laborers and' their families, and we poor women do without our head
difficult to decide ; at last I fixed on they are so dark. Now,just look 'Grapes are sour in your case. take an interest in their, welfare. I aches ? for they cover such a multitudeof
h' the portrait of Andrea del Sarto at.this old woman by Rembrandt. I .But I' forgot.your;: poor curate, your have built a club, for the men and a sins and omissions)'.
,p}, 'S : painted by himself; the melancholy am sure you paint,better than that. patient admirer. Perhaps you con- school for the children on my estate." i You worry yourself too much
_ ; k' handsome face with the sad eyes fas Your work is nice and smooth and sider him a sheep; and not a man. While he talked I watched his face, over this portrait ; I feel ashamed of
cinated me ; of all this splendid .colS. :shiny, thisis, thick:and dull. How will he like your'' joining the and noticed the extreme benevolenceof the trouble I am giving you. I had
lection it was the portrait which at- I paint better than Rembrandt !I" noble army of spinsters who cry out the expression.That no notion that portrait painting was so
tracted me most. I recalled Brown- Yes ;' I consider him a duffer." against my sex ?" day, seeing the piano opened, difficult."
ing's lines: But he is one of the 'very greatestof 4< You may sneer at me, but not at he asked me as a great favor to play Yes, I am in a Slough of Des-
p p I often much painters. I admire him immensely, Harold," I exclaimed, with flashingeyes for him. pond," I scraped and scrumbled.
am wearier than you think,
; This evening more than usual, and only wish L could ever produce and flushed cheeks. I shall sing Highland :Mary for After an hour's work the old ghost reappeared -
L; painting from myself and to myself anything that might remind anyone Don't excite yourself:;; ; I am not you." and, strange to say, looked
Know blame what I do, am unmoved b)r men's of his work. He is the greatest sneering at your curate, and thoughhe He sat behind me, but as there was better than it ever did beforetherewas

.. Or their praise either." master of chiaroscuro!" bleats and. has a perpetual cold in a looking-glass in front of me I couldsee a pleasant surface to work on.
;x'11 w -,- "What does that mean ? But no his head, he ,is a most worthy Foul. ; his face, and was surprised at the Mr. Cameron was more silent than
r I took the measure of the canvas, matter. I don't admire him, and, if but I, don't think he would appreciatethis strong emotion it betrayed ; his face usual l, but his eyes rested on me with
and that day week (the National Gallery -. you wish to please 'me, don't paint my last action of yours-painting the grew almost white, while tears stood greater earnestness, and his manner
x is only open to copyist twice a portrait with lumps of paint. Now," portrait of an elderly fogy whom you in his blue eyes was very sympathetic.
.t p4S week-Thursdays and Fridays) set to turning round and looking at me don't know ; he may be a ticket-of- "The golden hours'on 'lngel's'wingsFlew You are a very hardworking las-
+r work with a fine determination to ren"der steadily, you have no lumps in your leave man. Please see that the silver o'er me and my dearie; sie !1" he exclaimed, and so gifted ; I
full justice to the splendid.origi- face, you are quite smooth." spoons are locked up, and that thereare For dear to me as life and light shall be sorry when the sittings are
a r art,, sS ; .if nal. While drawing it in I thoughtover And not shiny, I hope !1"' I said ,no good umbrellas in the hall." Was my sweet Highland Mary." over, for I have enjoyed your societytoo
his sad domestic life ; his worship this smiling merrily, for I saw it was He unfolded his batiste handkerchief, Ah, lassie !" he exclaimed, what much almost.:'
;of a wife so utterly unworthy of him 'no use arguing art questions with this which emitted a perfume of Jockey a.treat,to hear you sing.!! You have You have been very patient, :Mr.
; ,, ; .t' ., every' way, one who through her love jovial Philistine. Club, and.,to my relief went up stairs I the voice of an agel." Cameron, and now I am going to give
5 ,w, *,.ti of money ended by bringing disgrace My.picture must be smooth, shiny, to his room with a novel. l'' sang '" Ye banks and braes o' you a few days' holiday in order to
S on his name. No wonder his eyes with a clean white shirt, and all my Next' ''morning' at eleven o'clock Bonnie Doon." allow your portrait to dry thoroughly."
'S should be so sad and his beautiful, ornaments neatly 'painted-my coral punctually .there was a loud ratatattat The handkerchief was in constant On leaving that day :Mr. Cameron
1, ; ; !mouth tremulous with repressed feel' studs, and," taking off a bright yellowkid at the door. I peeped from be- ,requisition ; I heard him sob out loud : held my ,hand longer than usual, and
S ings. glove, this ring ; it is a carbuncle hind the curtain in my room and be- You have moved me, lassie, to the sighed.
r I began to paint. Now came: the with associations; I want i it paintedin held :Mr. Cameron in a very black core ; I cannot stand any more ; it Poor old man I felt really sorry
; tug of war. The eyes I produced fact, represent 'me. just as I am, so new suit of clothes standing on the brings back too strongly the days of for him ;'he was lonely.
t.w' were like two blazing little black, that all my friends may know me." steps. While waiting for the door to auld,.Jang syne ; so you must pity the : ,The next day being Thursday I
., beads. The nostrils, instead of ext I. felt this picture would give me l>e opened'hej:had taken, out a pocket- sorrows of a poor old man." went to the National Gallery and set
:'pressing sensitiveness, seemed as trouble, and never could enhance my comb to, trim his }long whiskers. The He left me, looking greatly agitatedand to work on my copy of Andrea del
R'r .I 'though they inhaled a smell which artistic reputation. But I was an housemaid came and handed me his with red eyes, promising to returnin Sarto ; his face seemed mores beautiful
rpq t not even the' perfumes- of Arabia orphan, with small means, and this card ; her face waspuckered tryingto a couple of days, at the same hour, than ever. That day's work refreshed
t 4, +, S could sweeten. I was inwardly execrating Scotchman looked prosperous. restrain a smile. I had told her I for a three hours'sitting. and.comforted me.
the difficulties I had brought If' you wish the hands'included, it was going to have my first sitter. The chills and trouble I had over That evening I received a letter
t l on myself when I became conscious of will be 60 guineas." I said this with Well, miss, excuse me, but he is no this portrait cannot be described. from Harold telling me that he had
5 Mist ,,? a presence behind me. I was too engrossed aplomb while feeling like a tradesman. beauty. How .can he want to have Some days it was fearfully like, then I something important to say to me-
l : ; in my work to take particular ", Very well ; I am willing to give his picture done with.such a red nose ? would put touches here and there and Something important Most probably
,c q f notice, but the presence drew nearer, this sum fora good 'likeness. When It do "
astonish me. the likeness would vanish. I did not he was going to have a living;
4 :i and through the corners of my eyes I shall I'come to sit? The sooner the I tried not to laugh, and putting on wish to render merely the features of and, if so, our marriage would soon
5 3 S # saw a clumsy pair of muddy boots better. I am a bird of passage, and a 'highart peacock blue apron em-: the man, but sought to bring out his take place. ,
x. .. evidently belonging to the masculine am in London only for a short time." broidered with yellow lines, went inner'character. The next morning a magnificentbouquet
t gender. The wearer of the boots He fumbled- in his pocket and handed down to meet my sitter. ''He had been I never saw so painstaking a las- of roses was left at the door
r coughed; it was not a big! cough, but me his card : ushered '' "
,. into my sanctum sanctorum, sie, he remarked one day; you are for Miss Ward.
? 1 series of little .
a husky sounds that :ME. DOUGLAS 'CAMERON consecrated to my art studies. It wasa so' absorbed, so much: in earnest, you How nice of dear Harold to be so
irritated me. I longed for him to The Burn, Dumfries. nice room, with a north light. There surely must succeed." "I hope and thoughtful .I mentally exclaimed
I S choke and expire on the spot. If he I am a farmer, with a good deal of were several good plaster casts from want to do so, Mr. Cameron, but you while sniffing the glorious roses; andenjoying
were 'to remain much longer I felt ,I land north of the. Tweed. Now, may the antique ; autotypes from some of are a difficult subject ; it is the expression the bright feast of color.
must: certainly inflict some stains of I ask your name and address ?'* the best masters" hung on the wall which I find difficult to ren- The bouquet was wrapped in silver
?4 a Faint'u Admirable on his person. As I.had no card with me I wrotein There were a couple of easels, an oak der. Just now the portrait 'is passing lace, and round the stem I saw for the
voice with ,Scotch beautiful !exclaimed his. pocket-book : chair ready for my sitter, and in a cor- through a variety of stages truly ap first time a card, which had escaped
r a 'a intonation.I :Miss WARD "
stood skeleton.
ner palling. notice
my : '
turned round, my face flushing. 24 Thistle Grove, In welcoming Mn Cameron That afternoon Mr. Cameron my witfc
i :'' my as was From Mr. Donald Cameron,
this individual

ti making fun of my South Kensington, S. W. skirt caught the foot ,of the skeleton, departing, my brother came in. I saw his very kindest regards."
he in '*
1 < or was earnest? If the Can',, you come' to-morrow at which rattled ominously. him casting' a supercilious look Oh it 'from Harold J Bo
through not
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4:-,-11<,> -.THE,',,> .. ;..' ,.FLORIDA MIRROR:. .MAY 8;" 1886. >. ___' ,,_, ,'", ,.l.---. ::: : ,.,'-..
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hew kind of Mr. Cameron! i! Now, I from my";.hand and. was on" ;the door LAKE'S : NATURE'S TARRANT'S ::. .-0., .- : 't.l

flatter him. '.' ,", : !X EFFERVESCENT SELTZER frro: ( -
really Taking upthe step. Y. : ; '
must L 1 CURE FOR' -f-P : .1 I .
t rC
portrait I did my very best to put 1 I never told Harold_ :'or' indeed, any ,.. 4- 'I' APERIENT.CON' K 0 o' s.:iw:::
I mel- I .that. Mr.: Ciiaer'ri SIIPA'TION An elegant,efficacious, 3',1.. .., = Q '
had .
in a benevolent expression. one, proposed JEWELRY STORE I pleasant aperient in the _f:) ._..= 'S'e: \ .
lowed down the nose and toned down to me ; I,.,feltg i ityerj| :end uneasy. ",. .' form of a powder, producing Q S' (t':;:: .. ,.; f 'r
when dissolved in wa- :::.-_ CI : \
the warm coloring of the face, and Had Lbe!i-.guijtv.! ) at',)iiitliwg\ ,or, misleading 1 I* a TT .cOffers -K -K\ ter an exhilarating,effervescing ; : ; ".!; ',"" .i'tU'r"tp ----- ':

managed in a measure to give the expression 1 .in-a.ii 'f'A:uy Uit<:" kiridjy man ,, by draught our best, recommended Physicians -- ",,2:2 -.<.- ;-"-, '. ',m .. ,
{I : filr the UPIToaching'1Iolhl:1YE a fine f. ::\= ;: ... '
of benevolence. The black : ';vlloway- po foijely:;? sincerely hoped assortment of Solid and Rolled = 1' as a reliable aud '-::: :_ I
agreeable remedy.cures -. is:.-
coat looked too new to be artistic, the II he wtfUl3( 'g(!t eoniV suitable, nice woman J. ;. l- Constipation, cures Indigestion e y .-..'--- ;nCC"crt o
out like flilt I tx> be his: wife for I almost -b; e cures Dyspepsia, i c : U a: O
front bulged was
shirt : !I ;r :E :m ::LaEt.y:: !l.i .y" cures Piles, cures Heart. ': o.-I'T
pigeon's breast: :: and the coral studs youn eno ugh to be his granddaughter.A yJ,r, burn cures SickHeadache, 00:; ;:. JLt
cures p i.j-l'
the hands few this last I Gentlemen's i Liver Complaint, ...
days'after Ladies and
were too prominent; were episode Sick-Headache cures Sick Stomach and c -;: rA -... i o
not well painted but the carbunclering received the following note from Mr. I: ,gently urges all the excretory ::

was a triumph of skill. Cameron: Gold Q Silver Watches ANDTHRESHING, tion.organs It should to a proper be found ac iiztG j

When Mr.\ Cameron appeared againI 41 DEAR'Miss WARD-I find that-I D Y S P E P S I A> in carried every by household every traveler.and ..L

fancied he looked thinner and paler.I must leave London immediately.There CLOCXS'OF ALL KINDS, Sold by Druggists everywhere..l :LQ So 25 00 -hM:

thanked him for the bouquet. is no necessity for me .to give 3 (:).31 =: ..s -
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Ah, lassie, no more thanks; it has you another sitting, as I am perfectly Silver Ware in Large Variety, MACHINES f:::)<< :ci:,.0 rr. =_-_

been a real happiness; wish you satisfied with the portrait' you have A SPECIALTY. _i! -0000-.... >. ::' ve

would accept flowers from me every painted of me. I have ordered a -SPECTACLES. Simplest; Most Dura- 2. jfr':i ?fn: r ..L
morning. I long to something that Venetian frame and plate glass for it; REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT ble.Grain Economical; Cleans it Ready and Perfect for Market..in use. Wastes no **:_ J-:; o fQ'= O

plp 8uro. I don't the framer will call in a couple .of REASONABLE RATES., ." oS, 8 fi
might give you .... --. .
Threshing Engines & Horse Powers, :;:: < -.....
know what I am to do when days. i.=-:: 0
really Q
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f:) -
is AAthis Please the enclosed check No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. Saw hulls and Standard Implements w -- ..A. 7n
portrait over.it .enerally. Send for illustrated Catalogue.A. S.' < %= I" *

You astonish me, Mr. Cameron, in for 100. I don't think 60 could Call and examine my stock. B. FARQUHAR, =::l. ... ..x-.., >')

regretting the sittings are over ; most possibly repay you for the trouble and Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, York, Pa. (::;" -:5:-g 7J rs.cr. a L1

people consider sitting for a portraitsuch anxiety you have had, and as you are WM_ LAKE7Centre -* J -, ";o:' -; ci'o
a bore." going to be married a little money is University of Virginia.The O _C s: Z'P H
Street. 3 p ci >
Ah, no, not to a charming, young, always useful. If you should have :: ... ...2::;.::
Fernandina, Nov. 1.1,1885.SOMETHING Sixty.Third Session BEGINS OC- ;: ;: 1C I
gifted creature like vou. You must time to spare I should much like you TOBER I, 1H86. Thorough instruction in -0oey.e+

remember I am a lonely- old man and to accept another commission from me, Scientific andProfessional :: ._...-=.=-'cr.::.-.00.... W
Literary -
seldom find my way into the society of i.i e., a duplicate of the picture you NEW -_--.I"O A 0 =:=: r U;>0.-:.>.-.. : ,', ....

ladies." were copying at the National Gallery Departments.. .::; ":-: -- o'_: .' .0

young Would you like another peep" at when I first met you ; I should like to Faculty For Catalogue apply to the Secretary of the CT. .=... .:,'z ." "" .."."', (. ... ._'

your portrait ?" I said rather brusque- have it for my drawing-room in Scot- tfJjHiEeLi1mY! e :O _P.O. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, VA. .\o.': ::".'. ,. .,, '','

Iv, for I wished to put an end to the land. With my best wishes for your i TO DVERTISERS!Lowest rates for advertising ,\, '-' '.:;:

personal turn tho conversation was welfare, yours sincerely, -INWINDOW in 791 good newspapers sent free. Ad-
dress Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,10 Spruce St.,N.Y.vv .
taking. ; ,:, :<. .:Jo. ; "-..-
have flattered he I sent the of Andrea del Sartoto SHADES. t ; ?. .7 ..
"You me, remarked copy S ;>i;;.>
.A. rqr.E: :I:) '
Mr. Cameron. Three months laterI
after looking at ,my performance .1'
for a few seconds in silence ; was married to Harold and we went ALL MADE READY TO HANG. TO BUY FOR CASH, .
3 feet wide by G feet long Nickle
but never mind that ; I like to think to live in a pretty village in Devon- Trimmed, Stop-Spring Holler, rood ;trade of White I Egret and Heron Skins that you have seen me in such a shire. The money I earned from :Mr.: Holland with handsome Pull-Down, at the .i; '

kindly light." Cameron was certainly a help, but it astonishingly low price offiFIFTY In Large Quantities. Address rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY

"Shall I sing.for you, :Mr. Cameron is ever with a mixture of pleasure and CENTS EACH. a LEWISOHiT: & CO., .

? You have sat long enough for pain I think of my first sitter Neyer .These Shades come in different Colors- 227 Pearl Street, New York.WATED. Fernandina,

me to-day." since have I been asked to paint a por- Drab, Brown, Olive, Green, etc. ,
Towns 011 K. K. Line.Ami .
I went to the piano, and while I trait profcssionally.-Bclgtavia. -ALSO-

in the rack ', -- .. I
was looking forsome music FKASER, A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE 'edar Key.
Mr. Cameron sat down on the music W.E.
On Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Holler. 10,000 Cases of Headache, Dyspepsia,
stool. HOMOEOPATHIC AND HYDROPATHIC Across the Curtain, about nine inches from Chills and Fever, to cure with Dr. D. Dyer
Are you going to play for me ?" I PHYSICIAN, the bottom,is stamped in Gold Fancy Dado, & Son Pills. Free sample to all. AddressDR.
asked smiling at him. "I should liketo Has permanently located at Fernandina, nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for D. DYER & SON, Offers to Lessees and Purchaser a large
and offers, his professional services to the Burnham Me.
hear you so much." people of this place andsurronndingcountry. /SB:*SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACII,- --- -,._- ,-. -, number of the most eligible and desirable

He did not answer, but turned Diseases children a specialty. all Complete, vith Handsome Pull-Down. :Fl. .A...usTilyMANUFACTURER : :
Lots suitable for Business Purposes, or for
Can be found the Tourist Hctel.
pip at
and round the stool -
on mopping J_ & T?. ZECSTIDIPSEAISLAND -

the perspiration from his face T G. RUSSELL, :M. D., OF City or Suburban Residences,
with a scarlet handkerchief. There 11OUTE. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND

was a queer expression in his face; I HOI
evidently he was suffering from a East of theTourist, Hotel,
severe attack of nervousness.He FERNANDINA, FLA. THE KEY LINE' STEAMER, P ARL R rrI B nn K T TOV VB! Liberal: Discounts on''' Values allowed to

whirled round and round like a Office Hours-8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., I parties engaged in manufacturing or Indus:
teetotum, the stool creaked and to 9 p. m.

groaned under his heavy weight,.his \ rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- .

wild and rolled about fear- WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,
eyes were erty purchased substantial improvements;
I heard,his voice but it
fully. was so
husky I could barely distinguish the C a residence, or in which to conduct their ;
words ,
following : rrua ,au.unaaA, business.
"I am a lonely, elderly man, but Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber M. USINA, MASTER.

that i is no reason why I should not INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
have heart and I must tell I 1
a you ,by exemption for term of from
that (now the stool gave a tremendous For Domestic or Export Trade,

squeak)-" I love you yes I do. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.R. "' taxation, offered by \the several cities and I II

Will you give me some hope?" A .PLYING regularly between Fernandina
Savannah upon the following towns. Apply to
loud knock at the front door. S. SCHUYLER, schedule CHAS. "". LEWIS.

41 Oh, :Mr. Cameron, please don't say LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday, Fernandina.
--AP OIIITECT.ESIGNS _- Tuesday and Thursday, upon arrival of Of the Latest and MostApproved Patterns.
this it is
anything more on subject,
morning train from Jacksonville, arrivingat I pOffice.. Duryee building (up stairs)
really too painful ;" but before I could FOR BUILDING OF ALL Savannah the following mornings. I COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL RINDS, corner Centre and First streets. ,r

say another word Mr. Cameron was Descriptions, with Plans, Details, Specifications LEAVE SAVANNAH every, Monday. i j
sprawling on the floor ; the stool had and Superintendence. Wednesday and Friday evenings, reaching II LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, ",
Fernandina the
following mornings. .
given way. Harold walked in and we JAMES Connections at. Savannah with all rail I ': "j'j

were locked in each other's arms, butI JIcGIFFIN, lines,and with Ocean Steamship and Boston WROUGHT-IRON- PIPES. '. ,' ,. ;, ...;' '. ,. 'i..,.rl;.",
;{\ i ; .du. ""'
& Savannah vessels to and from New York .
disengaged myself quickly. :
44 CONTRACTOR and Boston,and at Fernandina with trains .,. '"tr ,.' ', '
Oh Mr.: Cameron I am so :
sorry I for all Florida '
Are you hurt? He has been sitting Alachua Street, between Second and Third, points.A.. o. MACDONELL, AND IRON ;'ROOFS, PUT ON.
for,Tin Gutters promptly filled.
for his portrait, Harold," I gasped out. FERNANDINA, FLA. Gen. Pass.& Tk t. Agt., 'Wind :Mills for pumping'water or running
Fernandina Fla.
Harold, who was a very shy youngman Orders and estimates from a distancecare- D. E. MAXWELL light machinery promptly erected on order.
colored up; he had not noticed fully attended to. 25-t General Superintendent, Church Factory' and School Bells for sale

the prostrate form almost lying at my W. Ii;. nAUKNIGHT, Fernandina, Fla. at jf a bargain.Stoves at Wholesale Prices. I 1

feet. All delivered at the various trans-
: YpER
41 Oh, allow me to help you; the portation stations within the city free of
All sales for cash.
stool has given I see; ," exclaimed -PRACTICAL- charge.
Fernandina, Fla., July 12 1884.ADVERTISERS.
I could not look at :Mr. Cameron, in Ice I Storekeeper now.keep it for Sale
how ill he
felt wretchedly, at ease TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM


441 am a little faint," he muttered, l-ft FERNANDINA FLA. I and all 'work: entrusted to my care I THE BEST
getting but the fresh air will set promptly. Ship'and Saw-Mill Work care-
up, .
fully done at reasonable rates. WoodWork
me up. I going-where is my TOURIST_ HOUSE in 'all of its branches at living prices BakingPowderI
hat?" and at short notice.HorseShoeing. "

I saw the hat; he had put it on the FERNANDINA, FLA. a.Specialty.

coal-scuttle. Evidently he did not NOW OFEN a ;..J&r 1'urn iture repaired, repainted, stainedor ':;.n learn the exact cost THE TOD.TO .
know what he was doing. varnished. Wire Safes made to order at -

Oh, :Mr. Cameron, don't go yet," I FURNISHED AND PAINTED short notice. f proposed line of
said; you have had a shake. This NEWLY First-class accommoda A share of the public patronage solicited., any PARENTS.
music stool is not in good order. I tions. J. A. RYDER. advertising in American Many baking powders are very perniciousto
TERMS $2.00 PER DAY. his
health and while every one regards
am so sorry ; do stay a little longer. own he should also have a care for the tender

41 No, I must go now, :Miss Ward,'I % f Special arrangements by the,week ormonth' FOR, SALE. .papers 'by addressing i ones-the little children.

have staid too long but-allow me to .
congratulate you on your good luck," 10'' Proprietor., I co. ,P. ,Rowell &, Co.,
ti contains none of the bad qualities of baking
addressing Harold. Domingo Acosta Grant, ilewspap Advertising Bureau, powders-soda or saleratus. It contains BOhurtSul
While his back turned Irescuedhis ingredient: alum or ammonia.SClEl'TIFlC. .
was SEWING MACHINES 10 Spruce St., New York.
hat from the coal-scuttle. -CONTAINING. dlld :lOcis. for lOO-Paae Pamphlet. .

"Now. Mr. Cameron, here is ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES,
your NEARLY 2,000 ACRES, AH Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam
hat, but I won't give it to you till you commend it. Housekeepers who have used it
For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices JOHN'S I will have no other. Cooks whose best effort
tell ST.
me when you will kindly come for FACING THE RIVER :AND have failed with other powders, are jubilant
one more sitting, for I have not done -.u.soATTACHU DUNN'S CREEK. 'oversea Foam. Saves-time,saves labor,saves

justice to your expression. He has of every description, and money.It is positively tmequaled. Absolutely pure.
been such a patient sitter" I remarked NT Ii for any Sewing Machine, The property adjoins the town' of SAN Dissolution. Used by the leading hotels and restaurantsin
for sale. MATEO, and offers one of the best land- New York city and throughout the country.
speaking to Harold. "Are we not ings on the St. John's River. It has a frontage FIRM OF SMITH & CARROLL For sale by all first-class grocers.
of two miles Dunn's Creek. THE this day been dissolved J. Carroll
friends on
\Ir. Cameron? ; Old Machines repaired at moderate '
44 ces. Titles direct from the Spanish Governmentto : retiring J. Henry Smith continuing the GANTZ, JONES & ,CO.,
God bless 1 I wish pr
you both you the original owners. business at the old stand known as the 10
and before I knew HENRY HOBEIN, Store,Second street,near Centre. 176 Duane 'St., .11. T..0.
every happiness, Corner Third and Ash Streets; T. A. ACOSTA, Adm'r. and 25 Cent .I .
what he was about he pulled his hat' 8 ,. : Fernandina Fla. H. H. LINVILLE Attorney. ;, ,' Fernandina, Fla.,April 29, 1886. !. .




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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. ; We think ,this statement must be THE LAND FORFEITURE BILL. I money loss. It is .intimated that

erroneous. We have never heard The 1 rnes-Union correspondent is the wages of the men who have been

J : GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. that the proceeds of 900,000 acres of !authority for the statement,that the on a strike amounted to two million rOY4f

T dollars week. There was already
: Subscription, S 82 per year; six months SI. our school.lands had been sold under House Committee on Public Lands per
in the country a large number of unemployed -
I has voted to repeal a bill to forfeit ,, 4 W l
order of Mr. Justice Woods .
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor an living from handto
persons PIP ROYAL BBwo.
-' oft.or ,
other have the lands coterminous with all por- OlCTLY- Pto
F +y RATES OF ADVERTISING. any Judge nor we mouth. To give employment to

.. .Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for been able to.find any .one'who does tions of said roads not completed labor capital must have confidence.The -

each subsequent insertion. know of such an order.or such a sale. within theme, limited by the country seemed to be in a

i y }. Special local notices, 15 cents a line. "' healthy condition. New enterpriseswere
There was certainly way in which granting act.
} Reading notices,25 cents a line. undertaken impetus
being a large -
If this is construed to that ;
Special rate for time advertisements upon application the proceeds of school lands could mean
i I I had been given to the buildingup
a at the office.Communicatibns. !!1 I I be devoted to the payment of railroad lands already earned, s apart and of cities and towns; all at once

upon all matters of local inter- =I t obligations.The listed are to be forfeited, we think the laborer throws down his tools;

est solicited from all parts of the county and from such a bill would run counter to the the employe assumes a hostile atti-
along the lines of Florida railways. ,Senator is also mistaken in
; f sF t All communications intended for publication decisions of the Supreme Court and tude to his employer; -out of idle-

should be addressed. to the Editor all business another particular.. The proceeds of
i ; ness recklessness mischievous
grows ; '
would be held null. The questionis -
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROK. b
the Disston.sale' in
were only
part men embrace the opportunity to
one of importance to
SA TURD AY, MAYS, 1886. appropriated,to the Tayu1 nt of the supreme arouse feeling of rancour and hostility ,
1 Florida, and public sentiment!:: shouldbe crowds assemble the
claim the Florida Rail- upon
--- --- --- Vose against ;

.4 ; CALL'S ERRORS OF FACT road. A considerable portion went given a strong expression to by call of agitators;,,incendiary speechesare
',4 '++ DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, and made men's minds excited
public meetings, petitions, by ;
GENERAL lAND OFFICE }\ to liquidate claims against the Pen- Absolutely Pure.
MN/{ / WASHINGTON April 5. J JJIK. the press of the State. and inflamed; arms hinted at and

SIR-I am in receipt of your letter of the sacola, & Georgia Railroad, with procured, and a bloody collision pre- THIS POWDER NEVER VAP IES. A
The Committee Public Lands
., 29th ultimo, and in reply thereto have to Florida Railroad had on of purity, strength and whole-
i which the cipitated between the mob and the someness. More economical than the ordinary -
4 r state as follows: no, doubt, are quite willing to reporta officers of the law. kinds and cannot be sold in competi-
then connection.If .
The estimated number acres in the land no tion with the multitude of low-test, short-
.,i surface in the State of Florida isWest bill which may satisfy popular From this state of things the weight alum or phosphate powders.

r Florida........................ ..... 5,718,080 Senator Call had furnished a clamor, but the good sense of Con- American citizen recoils. He is unwilling $3r Sold only in cans.
East Florida.........................?....-.29,995,520Total --.-- table of lands given by the State for gress will discriminate between to see law borne down by 48 lOG Wall Street. New CO.ydk.;

land area of the State.......35,713,600 the building of the South Florida works actually undertaken and on brute force, and the force of public

Under the swamp land grants the area sentiment demands that the law be I
Railroad the Florida Southern the
claimed by the State of Florida to June 30, the road .to.completion, and mere I u"
I enforced. These anarchists who
1885, was 18131345.64 acres, of which there Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West pro- .
has been patented to the State 15,881,101.98acres. paper and speculative enterprises. pose to use the bombs and assassina- ," .$, I.,
Railroad and others which have ,
re- If it was wise and judicious to tion, will be summarily dealt with. ,

I ,ceived liberal land grants, it would the lams originally it- is not "
internal grant -- 'f ---- -:---- .
have appeared that the F. R. & N. PERHAPS A GREAT DISCOVERT. SASH, DOORS,
ber 4, 1841, embraced 484,184 acres. less so to permit the grant to remain
Under the Co. with its less than 4,000 It frequently happens that after -AND-
act of May 17 1856 the follow- acres
to the of
subject speedy completion
ing named railroads have received patents long research and many scientific BLINDS
per mile, made but a small showingin ,
qnr !,1I for the area herein given, under the act of the works. Florida owes too muchto experiments sonic simple means will
o May 17,1856: the land distribution to railways, AT FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.
these great.enterprises which have be found to accomplish some important -
Acres i which have been so freely given by I
end. How
, ; $ r Atlantic GulfWest India brought her forward to sucha grand to preserve our

i Transit, formerly Florida Railroad the Legislature during the past six condition of growth and prosperity, oranges for a considerable period,

; ....................................._ 290,183.28 years. avoiding the risk of their being
Florida & Alabama.................... 165688.00 to be willing now to see those en-
frozen the
on tree and retaining
Pensacola & Georgia.................1,275,579.52Florida By referring to the appendix toMcClellan's terprises crippled and obstructed.
them until a later period of the sea-
; Atlantic & Gulf Central 29384.18
: there will be
w I Iw Digest Each should be
company placed by son, has been a problem much dis

Total approved to railroads..1,760,834.98 found.124 pages devoted to railway itself, and no grand omnibus schemeof cussed. Some sure and certain pre-

respectfully legislation embracing 23 companies servative it has been admitted [ARTESIAN WELL?
f I h! "r { S. M. STOCKSLAGER general forfeiture be allowed to ,

Assistant Commissioner.Hon. would be worth hundreds of thousands -
among which will be found the Flo- crush the good:,witli the bad. i

WILKINSON CALL rida Midland and ,Railroad of dollars to Florida. Refrig-
United States Senate. ..Georgia NOTICE TO, CONTRACTORS.
RIVER:AND HARBOR _BILL. erator warehouses have been recommended -
-Appendix Senator Call's Speech. with a grant of alternate, sections and "
The Washington correspondent of
preservative compoundshave
"The spectacle was thus presented of a WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
road built out of the lands donated by the 6,000 acres additional per mile; the the Times-Union furnishes the follow- i been suggested, but the great BIDS on Public Improvements of

+2' United States to the State of Florida, without Gainesville, Ocala &. Charlotte Har- ing statement of, the appropriations want has remained. the City of .Fernan ina, until Saturday,
May 15th, 1886, for the
;; q yl: +ti ,any" etc.payment* upon* the** stock* subscription bor, with alternate sections and an contained in the River and Harbor We met upon the train the other BORING OR DRILLING OF ONE OR :MORE

Bill as it passed the House of Rep- whilolm citizen R. M. ARTESIAN WELLS
-Senator Call's Speech, April 7, 1886. additional 10,000 acres per mile; day our ,
Size 6-inch. Bids must include the neces-
Is the Senator resentatives on the 4th inst.: Smith, Esq., and he placed in our Case of Contractor
;1 not mistaken in Orange Ridge, DeLand & Atlantic sary approved quality.
The River and Harbor bill finally passedthe hands an orange in perfect condition must furnish all necessary Tools, Drills, Machinery -
I this statement, that the road wasbuilt : Railroad, alternate sections and 5,000 House to-day, and now goes to the Sen- Steam, Fuel, Water, Labor, etc.
which, he said, was picked more Satisfactory references are required; also
out.of the lands donated by the acres per mile; Palatka & Indian ate for action. The bill underwent a good than four months and before bonds. Bids will be acted upon at the ear-
many changes, and as it now stands appro- liest practicable time.
United States when, by the state- :I River Railroad, alternate sections priates for Florida as follows: the great freeze, and had been pre- Committee reserves the right to reject any
I all bids.
ment furnished him by the General i and 6,000 acres per mile; Pensacolaand Improving harbor of Apalachicola Bay' served by simply being placed in P. KELLY Chairman.

$12,000; examination and survey of the entrance and in Fernandina, Fla., April 17, 188G.
sand covered from the air
1;; M,;;. ,4L Land Office, it appears that only Atlantic Railroad, alternate sections to the harbor of Key west. $2,500; dry
I the weather. He stated that a
290,183.28 acres in all had been and 20,000 acres per mile; improving the harbor of Pensacola,$20,000; open
improving Tampa Bay, 10,000; colored man'in Bradford county had
ar1or'i _
9 patented to the Florida Railroad. Tampa Peace Creek and St. John's .
improving harbor of Cedar Key, $7,000; been in the habit of successfully: pre- >':," c .
And as these lands never sold informer Railroad, alternate sections and Volusia bar, $7,500* Withlacoochee River, serving the fruit every year in this ;.." l'r .....- ,.","

1 times at over $1.25 per acre, 10,000 acres per mile, etc. $3,000 of the;mouth Suwanee.of StC$5,000 John's- ; channel River, $200,000 over bar; manner until April and May. The ,. "

1 b i' P tr,. and the bulk of them have been sold The people of Florida have real- Peace River.$3,000; Manatee River, $10,000; simple process. used was the familiarone

at 50 cents LaGrange Bayou, $2,000; Apalachicola River of preserving sweet potatoes,
acre we at loss
per are a
1, ira t ized that their interior lands were $1,000; Caloosahatchie, $4,000; Choctaw- a dry spot being selected and a
to understand how the railroad was hatch, $15,000, of which $5,000 is to be expended
valueless unless
t practically opened quantity of dry sand procuredand
r ,r i r ... built out of them. below Geneva and $10,000 1 Two : Millionsof
r ; up to settlement by ,railways. The Geneva and Newton, Ala.; Conecuh, Escam- the oranges were spread out inlayers ,

?} .4;,! In another portion of his speech Legislature, in accordance with ,the bia River, $12ooo-no part to be used above each layer thoroughly cov-. of
Indian Creek. Also of Punta Rassa acres Farming, Orange,
{ the Senator surveys ered with sand and then another
says ,
known sentiment of the people, has harbor, Tampa Bay and Hillsboro River to Timber and Grazing Lands,
,1 It is that with which we have principally layer, and so on, diminishing in
.l .1 'v liberally aided enterprise cal- ; the city of Tampa; a resurvey of the outer situated in counties, and
;;, ;' to deal now. This obligation was that of and inner bars 'ofPensacola, and a survey: size until a cover was :formed. The
Mr. Dickerson, who became the contractor culated to the State and comprising the lands boughtby
develop as of Charlotte Harbor, including Sari .Carlos orange given us by :Mr.. Smith was
?., and the assignee of the preceding contractors Sir Edward J. Reed from
,, ,
6filk v railroads have been
a I full color and
consequence, sound weight,good
.i and obligated himself to this note. Bay.To ;
pay I this list should be added the :the State of Florida in 1881,
It was not paid. It ran up into the large built, the interior opened up to settlement excellent ,flavor. I
sum'of $1,000,000 appropriation for Feraaridina bar, are now offered at graded
including costs and
ex Fsolved it'be that the has
and immense of
an growth can negro
penses. For that obligation the State paid'' designated in the bill as "..entranceto prices. These lands were selected -

4,000.000 acres of the public land, netting, population,and property has followed. Cumberland Sound,.Georgia and: the question for us of preserving by I-Ion. Hugh A. Cor-
.' the We do not
'' amount of $1,000,000. The school fund the.orange.
THe people of Florida cannotsee Florida, 150000." ley late Commissioner of the
of the State, the proceedsof these 900,000acres need anything butdry sand to accomplish -
was sold under an .order of fir: Justice' any justice in the :attempt now We have no doubt that the bill, State Land Office, and Mr.
the result and we not
Woods, then of the' Circuit Court- -of the made .'to. deprive its oldest and will pass the Senate 'with but little M. A. Williams, late agent for
that in Florida. We
need to import
United States to his debt.
pay Of :member fact
r -r change. course some sale of State lands
!, ,' Thus it was that the school_ 'fund of the 'pioneer.'enterprise, now on the eve have heard of ,this plan before, but ,
0 of the Senate will move additional is of their high
44 .rt State, and a million dollars of' proceeds of of completion, of,its..due share in the it is'so simple that its very simplicity a guaranty
the sales of the public lands, were paid.to appropriations, but it is not likely quality. The purchase knownas

j make good the default of this purchaser of .land grants, which it has already they will be granted, as the general disparaged it, but, 'like manyan the Reed Purchase was only

,, ; the railroad company who then and how earned, and is prepared to do the feeling is that the bill appropriatesas other important discovery, the for sale.this and
if retain that property, or did until a short only thing strange about it is that it opened year,
lr' p period ago. work to entitle it 'to. the remainder.The large a sum as is now likely to be has not been tried before. We hope the lands have 'not been culledor

'" We have then a railroad the entire cash 57/ ,000 acres Mr. Call would given, and that an increase ,might .it will be; thoroughly. tested next picked over. No part has
stock of which is paid for by the State and endanger its_ passage or its approvalby .. .
been reserved in
deprive the railroad of have already winter. any manner,
the unpaid stock subscribed for and never the.President _..
.1z : and the whole is for sale.
paid; being obligation resting. upon the been mostly earned by the actual open

subscribers and those who assumed the obligation W. K. ..B (J NIGIIT, Special prices on large tracts.
construction of a first- lass,railroad. COUNTING THE
t in place of them We have a sale AGENT, lands forests in
L of the road It is probable that but'few of those WHOLESALE-AND RETAIL Timber virgin
k and a purchase: of it by its non- The public sentiment of the great I ;
of and
engaged in ,the recent labor strikes AND STOCK DEALER. bodies 50,000 acres up
t conWe' majority of the people of :Florida is BUTCHER cash
tractor. have the school fund of the have any conception of the losses en- ANDDealer wards. Lands sold for ,

State sold and a million dollars of the public in favor of the land grant to the entire in Ice or on long time.
tailed the country by the suspension -
of the State,the result of the upon TENNESSEEBEEF A SPECIALTY
money proceeds ;
,:, i, of- -the sales. of public, lands sold to pay y I line of/the Florida Railway & of labor,. the impairing BROOM. STREET 'WHARF The Florida Land and Mortgage Go

,3 this debt.' Navigation Company \. public confidence, and the actual:; l-ft. FERNANDINA.. FLA., (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
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iviIDOWNEY 1V.Ioom: : BRO'SI 1886,! SPRING AND SUMMER 1886 !

Is now receiving in the I =IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR- I' J_ &> rr.Are '::K-Y-DD:: : :

.. I now receiving weekly large shipments of

-HIS- ..,.ffiDRY{(( GOODS IN 1886hlll! \\\,\I' New Spring and Summer Goods,

SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY Which will be sold at very low prices. A splendid assortment of

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Nun's Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings, White Goods,
We have just received from the North and. East an Plain and Printed India Linens, Linon de Deccas, Plain and

: immense stock of Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles-

[ ) I Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.

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-AND- Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, OUR SPRING: CLOTHINGHas

FANCY ARTICLES k ; and in fact a full line in every Department, of the I .' been received magnificent line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
@\.. LATEST DESIGNS and as we are able to buyin KING & CO'S Spring Samples have been received. Snits made to order and fit guaran-
; teed. This is the Leading House in the United States for Custom-Made Clothing.
CONSISTING IN PART OF- bulk, we are prepared to offer same at W J Although we have BARGAINS in every Department,the following are some of

Piques, Victoria Laws, PRICES THAT DEFY C0MPEITIONJRnsa )?
Two Cases BEST PRINTS at 5 Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cts.
Plain and Dotted Swiss Lawns, FINE HEMSTITCHED LINEN. All-Wool Plain Black BUNTING at 20 Cts.
HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35 Cts.
Tape Checks and Stripes, of business prevents our naming specialties.All VICTORIA LAWNS at G Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts.
we ask is a trial Call and examine our stock Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts. AllWoolUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.
Light Prints (Suitable for the Season) before purchasing elsewhere. Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 els.
Irish Linens, Table Cloths, FfiF"No trouble to show goods at MODE BED'S. THE BATTLE: SHOE( is Twenty Years ahead of competion. JCX JL fv.5 0,

Towels, Napkins, Doileys, ;35- Orders by mail will receive prompt attention,and carefully filled.

: J. & T. KYLENortheast
$J I ,
Irish and Hamburg Edgins, ,
;, corner Centre and Third Sts.,
Domestic Shirting, Sheeting, etc. J ;1 ; ) NEW(YoRKf OFFICE-83 Walker St. }>. FERNANDINA, 'FLA.H. .



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Black Silk 1 Alpaca Coats, ,, 'JJI1111.LEADERS j! OF LOW PRICES \\\ \\1'\\1'I" '\\., FINE FAMILY GROCERIES 11 11i }

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And New Styles in Seersucker Suits,
Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina.




Men's,Boys', Ladies' and Misses'

Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets. FINE TEAS AND +
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Victoria Lawns, Persian Lawns, India Linens, Swiss Muslin, Figured GOODS Received Steamer.
NEW by Every
TRUNKS AND SATCHELS.And Swiss, Plain and Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded
Piques, White Goods of all kinds, Laces and Trimmings, .
Second and Centre 8tH.,
MILLINERY (Straw and Felt of all grades), Hosiery in large Variety, Cor.
a }great variety of other goods too Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cassimeres, Jeans, Doe-
numerous to mention. Skins, Cottonades Cashmeres and
Dress Goods.
Thankful for past favors, GENERAL INSURANCE REAL ESTATE *

Fernandina, April 10, 1880.TTf ,t' CASH is a diamond of the purest water. For CASH ALONE I underbuy and -.AGENc I TIT
undersell, and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD IN LOW PRICES. Call,
and convince yourself. .


Has permanently located at Fernandina, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. FLORIDA.
and offers his professional services to the FERNANDINA,
peopleof this place and surroun ing country.
Diseases of children a specialty.
; Can be found at the Tourist Hotel. OFFICE, S. W. CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.



East of the Tourist Hotel,

Office Hours-8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., _
to 9 p.m.
L i sr *, "t..M 16r I-W-'EEKLY SAILING
WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, ..: + r Y+Saa-.t,r -,y/ SdIP d pPIOt l tC a .v-, ..,r


Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber, f r--
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For Domestic Trade
Export -rTy I A 'd ,
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with Plans, Details,Specifications ,

,and Superintendence., .. IN-
II .11 and New
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. The traveling public,are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
Aiachua Street,between Second and Third, connections at .\.XDISA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD
Grain Stores
Hay Ship for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Orders and estimates from a distancecare- () and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
TIlE' FIRM OF SMITH & CARROLL HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE, ETC. freight,passage rates,and schedules or further information,apply to '
this day been dissolved J. Carroll K., W. SOUTinVICK, :Agent, '
business wiring, at J.the Henry old stand Smith known continuing as the the 10 PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. "

anll l 25 Cent Store,Second street,near Centre. C. H. MALLORY & CO.. '
Fernandina, 'la.pril_J, 1SSG. X. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fcrnandiiia, Fla. I Pier 20,East River Nevr- \. 'orkt.'' ... t. '." .,., ,._'. '. 51- "':
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f : f.: GENERAL DIRECTORY. 1 Sheriff G. W Epperson, Lake Butler. I -. MADISON' COUNTY.. _:f:" ,,'1) TROUBLE IN THE PALACE.How 1 cheated in this regard, they have been

Collector of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-R. 3[. Withcrspoon' ,' Iadison. I forced-by the students, not by the fag

United Mules Officers. Starke. : ulty-to leave the college, and have
..r1 Lake Henry Uattet burg Tried to Deceive
,'"* IA3TD OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.egwsterL. Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill, Sheriff S. A. Parramore, MadisOu. i t I marked men for the rest of their lives._

A.'Barnes Gainesville. Butler. Clerk-John M. B(' rs,' laEl+ n J ?, :' :''-' :' Ilia. Distinguished 3Iotlier-in-Law. !1 I Baltimore American.

F Receiver n -John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-SanVfitff,J. t ( r. County Judge James A. McCrory, City 1 i An Anecdote of BeaconsQeld.
+r: !a. ,Surveyor-General p.McClellan. j! verely, as the neW-prince caine into the break-
Point. County Trcasurci11--S. S. Smith. >Jsu.li-uJK:- : i 1! tastrcoia\ \a the Tower to the lascivious tinkling I f At a London,dinner, one day where there
DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector Me.TJiVtUu'vu.... .
of. :Im'r. } Y.1 ,:;) ct iiCine i ""1-":"ng substance in his pockets, were many_diplomatists present, some one i began
Titusville. .' ,
M. E. ',
; t Thomas Settle Jacksonville. Sheriff English Madison. "_ $ ;< vMANATKK
Judge f \" to speak of the political assassinations
'how thllhave I forbade to disfigure
Collector Revenue -J. F..Reed Titusville. .: :) Hidiiy you ,
H. Durkee Jacksonville. of ::: I I '
; ;1hrsltILl-.T. : COUHTY. .
t v which the William had
Emperor almost
:: yoif by loading pockets down fallena
i '''' Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-Johp II. Laws, .- your
rrr City Point. County Judge-John G.: Web' ;Manatee.. with rnarlJl ?" victim. Waddington had, it appears,

S f INTERNAL REVENUE CALHOUN. Cferfe-llobert S. GriffltTi,' Manatee.Sherij I "I }hain't got no marbles," said the new 'I run some danger. AU of his colleagues of the

Collector-. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. }-.A.. Watson, Pine Level. hand-made prince, with a look of honest diplomatic corps took much pains to express

: i a COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge-William Clark. Collector of' Revenue-Henry E. Carlton, amazement, "them's jackstones.:" their sympathy. Lord Beaconsfield alone

$ ..,, m. A. .Mahoney, Fernandina. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fon.Superintendent.of. "It is the same thing," replied her most said nothing. When everybody had done

t )"Ed win lIi;,;ins, Jacksonville.. Sheriff Treasurer-J.Joseph P.S.Richards.Stone. Schools-Felix J. Seward, gracious majesty; "you look as though you giving his opinion, he raised his head, and,

; Collector of Ret.'enne-Joel P. Atkins. Pine Level. were in ballast; and, moreover, I believe you with his diabolical smile, said: "Kill Wad-
MARION COUNTY. "' That would make
Augustiner Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Coxwell.CLAY are deceiving me. dington assassination rj.diculous.The

County Judge-J. II. Williams, Ocala.. "No'me; hope to die." Argonaut.

COUNTY. Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. have been
"Battenburg, you playing mar-
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff-E. T. William Ocala. bles again." Something to Go With Pork Chop

r. { Park. Collect JCL'eimeV.. Trantham In Cincinnati they believe the best relish
K g )I Edward A. Tallahassee. of "Noap." :
Governor LieuteiKintGovernor- Milton, H. Mabry Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. "Henneryl""Cross and corrective to go with pork chops is tomato .
W. DeWitt Green Cove Schools :M. L. It is said to neutralize .
Leesburg.t Sheriff-James Superintendent of Payne, my heart! Honest Injun! Hope I sauce. the ant.f
?a Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. may fall down dead!1""Don't f mal fat because a purely vegetable substance.
a ,. 3 Collector of Revenue-W. J. Wilson, Green XONROECOUNTY.County "
lahass e. Schools Geo. W. Hall tell whacks, Hennery. Discretion is often the
Superintendent of more logic of succea
) fltolrIJller"\Y.' D. Barnes Tallahassee. Chas. S. Baron West. "No'me I didn't.
> ) Judge-- Key ;
McRae. than other
one thing.-Jud
Treasurer-E. S. Crill. COLUMBIA COUNTY.County Clerk-Peter T. Knight: Key West. I At a signal from her most gracious majesty, I any Lafagan.

i .1 Attorney-General M. Cooper Tallhaas- Sheriff-Geor'e A. Demerritt, Key West. two stout men at arms in complete armor l Tobaec. -Chewing in California.
h Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. llel.'r:1lllela S. Moreno
sec. Collector of ,
the the and
: caught prince by legs, turning The assertion is frequently made
Co IlL IlL iSlliG1/.er of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West.Superintertdentuf. i I that
him upside down, poured a cigar box full of there is less tobacco-chewing than there
I! ; used
Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. SltoolJ V. Harris, Key
: J; lu-M'll, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. marbles, crystals, carnelians, "chinies," "bo- to be, but this is not the case in California.

Alljftlr.rnt-Gencral-Daviil Lang.UPREIE Superintendent of. Schools-W. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. lies," "commies" and "white alleys" out of his Inquiry among leading dealers in San Fran-

sir. Lake City. raiment. When they again reversed him, cisco developed; the fact that the consump-
frJ BADE. County Judge-Ilinton J. Baker Fernan- the noble prince met the steady gaze of the tion of the weed has kept pace with the in-

.. ,rx Chief Jltstice.-Geo. G. McWhorter.JiiKtire dina. queen without a tremor. crease in population. It is estimated that
#' .1sslIci1te -George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernahdina.
{ : "Meant I hadn't been playin' keeps, any- there are about -100,000 tobacco-chewers in
Clerk-T. W. Faulkner.
wm s has ee. Sheriff John A. Ellermann; Fernandina. how," he said. the state, and t.at they use usually 5,760-
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Win. M. Mettaur. Assessor II. Garland Fer
r 11j'1.r.e- 1l1. ,
But .the the 040( tobacco.
Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. os guards dragged unhappy pounds or

mmfiA Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Jel'l'1lue-'Yarre1l'F.; Scott Fer- prince through the traitor's gate to where the I I
Giving; iron a Silver Surface.
headsman, in his black domino of state, stood
COUNTY. nandina. : ,
CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL the block the I One of the most ingenious which
r t rl4 leaning against trying edge of processes
*'v. ,, First CircuitAugustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Comity Judle-'Villiam A. McLean. Jack- Superintendent of Schools John Owens, his new Wade & Butcher hollow ground ax i has lately come into vogue in the treatmentof

4. l f'' r sacola. sonville. Evergreen. with his thumb nail, the doomed Battenburgcast I iron-an Austrian invention-is that of
TrClSUrreGusta Stark Fernan
Co-cut David S. Walker.Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County ,
Second *
dina. back an appealing glance that will haunt I giving to the metal a silver surface, this
4 see.ti Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. being effected by first covering the iron
the to her For the
dying day. prince
+ Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- OR.-\NGEl'OUNTY. queen I
with and then silver the
has a glass and he had screwed his mercury by galvanic
[ Baker Jackson- eye eyeglass
J .
Fourth Circuit-Jamas sonville.
J. L. Orlando
County Judge- Bryan,
,; J ville., Collector of Revenue-Closes .1. Brown, Clerk Tims J. Shine, Orlando. over that and was trying to look at her process. By heating to COO degrees, 'C., the

.,, I Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jackson ville: Collector of P.et'euuc-F.* T. Ilardeman, Or' with it. Uneasy, indeed, lies the head that mercury evaporates and the silver layer is
ville. Superintendent of Schools William H. Bab- lando. wears a bang.-Burclette in Brooklyn Eajte.l fixed.-Chicago ----

t r-!, Sixth Circuit II. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools John T. Beeks, Tryins It on a Do -.
:1- a Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Inoculation for Hog Cholera.
I Orlando.
t ESCAMBIA.County A German physiologist, who has been
O. Fries Orlando. For the last six or seven years Dr. Salmon,
t SUHeyor-J. I
Judge-Walter Tate. making experiments on "a large butcher'sdoj
T'eflsw'er-C.. Jacobs Wilcox. the veterinary surgeon of the agricultural department -
Ceo Ill"t Calendar. 1 "
Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. and his declares that leer retards digestionmore
corps of assistants have been
FIRST CIRCUIT. Slieriff Joseph Wilkins. POLK. than wine containing tbg some quan
studying hog-cholera. They found that the
Fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. City of alcohol.
,. disease assumed somewhat
... Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. aspects in

f Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Shl' 'iff-W. II. JOIl on. different parts of the country, but that it had How tit Head Uncle tanllnly.

r ; Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday FRANKLIN. Treasurer. F. Bcville. the same general characteristics, and they Private Dalyell: has entered the lists
[in October. Collector ReL'enue-J. D. Tillis. were soon convinced that it was by germs.
,t 4th Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. They experienced considerable in against Lubbock, Ruskin, Collins, et aL He
+ Washington, 2d Monday after: Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. difficulty i
claims that in order to read
Clerk-J. A. Atkins. understandinglythe
October. obtaining cases in the first stages. The disease -

",. ; 11 Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. takes the form of large ulcers in the in- worKs recommended by these great

># d October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S. Hough ton, Palatka. testines, and as it proceeds the germs change authorities it is necessary to have masteredat

E-scambia. Monday in December. Collector of Revenne-George A. Patton. Clerk-\\ P." Forward Palatka. materially.But the very least the Latin grammar, the

: f This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., l'alatka. recently the disease broke out near this Latin reader, the Greek grammar, the Greek

: ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. city, and the doctor had an opportunity to observe rea er, arithmetic, a'gebra, geometry, me-

Spring Term. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public &lQulA J. \\ ood, it in all its stages. By this observationhe chanics, surveying, botany, zoology, astronomy -
tl THIRD CIRCUIT. Palatka. the cJa sical dictionary, Webster's dictionary
Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. found that in the incipiency
cl an important -
S" R'' Spring Term- Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. geography (general), and universal
of the disease had been overlooked.The .
{ w+
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. cases near this city were studied with, history.Exchange.The .

April Collector of.Ret'enue-ll.\1.: Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry.
minuteness and of inoculation
great a species
Madison, 2d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun: Perry. Ships To Be Painted Gray.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner devised that was a protection against the dis The new British admiral has given ordersto

Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin HAMILTON COU"TY. Perry. ease. It will be necessary to demonstratethat the commanders in the Chinese tilionto

April. County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. the cholera that rages in other portionsof have their ships painted gray instead. of

Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J.: Caldwell, Jasper. County Su-veyor-D. X. Cox, Perry. the country is the same as this, and, if so, white. Various colors have been tried in
in April. Tavel Collector Retcnue-J. B. Hardee it is thought that success is close at hand.
Sheriff-Sampson Jasper. of Perry. past years-black, yellow and white havingall
p a' j Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA Rml.County.JudgeJohn \. The inoculation: that was performed here was been experimented with. Gray is said

1 f1 hit{ t 9 in April. Superintendent of Schools J. X. Reid, Chain. by means of a hypodermic syringe.:: Washington to bj the most enduring and least conspicuous -
FM Term-
in Jasper. Clerk-R. It. Shepard. Letter. color; it is this color that most of the
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday
| \ i ; October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.! Music Boxes, JUg and Little. I Chinese men-of-war are painted.

p, %.,n.| r Madison< : 2d Monday in October. CO'/11lty.Tudge-G./ V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rnenue-\V. J. Williams. "Musical boxes are popular with everybodyand I .. -
: ft Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Schools-David Tinner.ST. Characteristics: of Fast Walking:
,_ s m} Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of everybody almost has one in some shapeor
f ::
;f ;/ Su wan nee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sl riff-J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. other. The 50-cent ones are small Tho haracteristics of fast walking and an
-t J4 I in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E. King, Lecanto. very impressive gait were illustrated by the man-
Assessor To.xes--J. F. Shands Brooks- Comity Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- and play] just one tune by turning a crank.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th )Monday of ner in which an English champion, lately
tine. Then we have small safes that
xille. very money
October. deceased, once walked. He had "a grand
,; Schools W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Olivcros, St. Augustine. play a tune when a coin is dropped in. The
4th Superintendent of "
Gth after
Lafayette, Tuesday Mondayin Sheriff Ramon Hernandez Augustine way of go ng, with perfectly erect body,
smallest that worked with
Floral City. ones are a springare
October. rtgul\rarm work, and powerful swing of
Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, worth 5. They play two tunes. Thenwe
FOURTH CIRCUITSpring HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. the hips. When he walked fast some of
1 have musical snuff-boxes that whena
# N Term- County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnaa play his; strides were over seven feet from toe to
St. John's. 2d in March. them to take a pinch of snuff
44j' : Tuesday Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. person opens heel-Kxchange.
; .4,7. } 4th in March. musical albums that will render
c Clay, Tuesday some popularairs ----
It Itly" Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.
t"! Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. while: the pretty pictures are being gazed In 1116utnnln of His Life.
Collector of Refenue-'V. J. )Iartin.HO'MES. .
t Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg. upon, musical decanters, water pitchers In the autumn of his career Walt Whit

Nassau: 3d Tuesday in April. Clerk-C. )L Knott, Sumterville. cigar boxes, bird cages and cabinets." man has for-aken the swift-gliding ferry-

Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. A. H. Brownell. Sheriff-J. F. Galloway, Snmterville. I
County Judge- "What are the $3,000 boxes boat and loud-rumbliiig omnibus as means
Collector of Ret'enue-I. N. Withers, Lees-
Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. "It is a large, handsomely carved ebony or of daily pleasure travel, and turns towardthe

M' St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Sheriff Thomas X. Ellis. burg. mahogany cabinet which would look well in old Haddonb'eld turnpike with the horse

.t ;' 4th Tuesday in September.BI"J.dforll Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Sumterville.Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Yen able, any dining-room. In the box is what we calla and buggy his:: kind friends have given him.
1st Tuesday in October. Collector Revenue William Tucker.
of -
full orchestra; it consists of drums,cymbals, Chicago Times.
Baker 2d in October. SUWANEE COUNTY.
Tuesday of Schools Whitnell 1
Ir ; Superintendent Curry.
and flute in addition to the
r a '' Nassau: 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. castanets ordinary Largest Hotel in the South.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. comb. Then by fastening a small piece of
Fla is to have the
.. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. metal on the comb it will give the tone of a St Augustine, largest
FIFTH CIRCUIT.Spring hotel in the south, COO by 400 feet, and
Clerk-Frank Philips. harp. It plays forty-eight tunes having
Term- Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, ,
$4OlHJOOa; : It will Le built in
+;?+wm Sheriff-Andrew Scott. Live Oak. eight interchangeable cylinders. Each cylin-
Sumter 3d Tuesday in March.
t" Moorish architecture of
p, Marion, 4th Tuesday in )larch.i. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. :Mizzell, der plays six tunes.-New York Express. strictly coquina
Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. ground and mixed with cement, and will be
Putnam 2d after 4th Tuesday in Wei born.
kl Schools Samuel for next winter's bUIiness.-Ex-;
Superintendent of J. Erwin. ready
1 t March. VOLUSIA COUNTY. Alligators Down in Florida.

:' Levytt11 Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in 'JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- The idea current in the north that alligatorsin change.

it'd Y h March. County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. Florida are as common as grasshoppers in ..\ Sufferer from Neuralgia.

w Alacluia, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. Kansas is quite erroneous. After riding Lieut Greely, th3 Artic explorer, has

l in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. hundreds of miles through the state in a season been a constant sufferer from acute neuralgia -

r Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Em poria., when they are just coming out, and after since his return from the Polar regions,
. Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New
1' a ( being constantly on the lookout for them in and, as a remedy, had the nerves at the
; C Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer:"" W. :M. Girardeau Ion- Smyrna.
yy their native element, I've managed to see base of the spine severed and the flesh and
Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November.
; ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
yl,, V W W ; only one. They are as shy as the wildest muscles sepaiated.-Chicago Tribune.
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker Mon-
of the north and to realize whata ...
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. County Judge-R. S. Smith. hawks seem
in November. Sheriff Charles Alligood,Crawfordville. man with a gun over his shoulder means. Over 22,000,000 lobsters were captured

k, SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. To discover the reptile I was obligedto canned on Prince Edward island laid

, r ; Spring Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts.,, take a walk down Place river several year. __ __

t Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby.Clerk Crawfordville. hundred yards' from where the railroad'

[L rI Volusia, 3d Monday in February. -Xeal A. McAlpin, Xew Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker, 'Craw- crosses it, and through an .intricate jungle.At The Nails of an Infant.

'. r;q Brevarrl,1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew fordville.Collector. sight of me the reptile hustled off the log The French say, for good luck, the first
{ Rerenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- time infant's nails are cut put a pieceof
Dade, 3d Monday in April. Troy. of and into the water at a speed that defied an

I.. fall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, Xew fordville. mine. They rarely attack a human being, gold or'silver,in its hand. To make a
2d in Troy. WALTON. cut its nails behind a
-rt Orange, Monday August. ; baby a good singer
never a white man,and never outside of their
t a., Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Gates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. natural element-dark and murky water. A door, and to preserve it from toothachecut

Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod.SheriffJohn the nails on'a Monday. White spotson
t dog is thenespecial "mutton. They dote on
t Dade, Monday: in"November. LEON COUNTY. C. McSween.TreasurerJanies the nails of a child's right hand indi-
dog meat more than does the habitual bologna
f fi ,E. Bowers. cate good luck; if on the left, a tendency
+ Officers. County Judge-E. :M. West, Tallahassee. eater, and it is one of the hunting ruses in
Est 1 County Collector of Re1enue-\V. B. McLeod.. toapproaeh St. Paul's opinion of the
.aka Sheriff-John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. getting Mr. Alligatorwithin gun-shot to carefully
ALACHUA. Superintendent; of Schools-C. C. Gunn. Cretans. Ceveland Leader.A .
r Clerk-C. A. Bryan Tallahassee. -
imitate the barking of a dog.-Florida
i M County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, WASHINGTON. Cor. Cincinnati Enquirer.
- "1 ripe.t Tallahassee. Genteelly Poor Woman's Keqnest.

1, e'' Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. .County Judge-Wm. B. Jones., Treating: College Students Like Men. Mrs. Senator Stanford recently received a .

Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredonio. Collector of Ret'euue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Clerk-D. D. Melvin. It has been ,than letter from a woman saying that as Mrs
Sheriff S. W. Davis. suggested more once recently
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Stanford was now in mourning she could
vile Treasurer-Thomas J. :Miller.\ to'Harvard, Princeton, Yale, ant
; LEVY COUNTY. not make better of her ball- esses
a use
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats Collector of Ret'e1llle-J n Roche. other colleges that they should adopt the
Clerk and of similar than by
> 4 Gainesville. -J. M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. plan which has been very successful at the University gowns a description "
Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. of Virginia.There sending them to the writer. "I belong, she
Collector Ret'e1ltleH.. Anderson "to that class who
of continue, genteelly poor
the students examination sit
1 County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. ont
are compelled to present an appearance
i Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, LUCY: COTTAGE ,together and without being watched or spied of all proportion' to their limiced income

t Sheriff J. Vanbnskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. upon, but when their papers are finished each
{ 11 Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed San- LIBERTY. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, one is endorsed, "I have neither given nor By complying even "uartially 'with Tribune.my
; 9 quest you will oblige. Chicago
; t derson. received assistance, and the name is signedto
County Judge-H. F. Hosford.
{ Superintendent rf Schools-Wm. Lessene, Clerk-A. J. FERXAXDIXA, it. Each man is simply placed on his America.
' ( Wooldridge. Heaviest Insured Man in

1 J Sa-nderson. BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriff D. G. Harrell. Offers pleasan rooms.well furnished,withor honor, and a violation of the pledge is almost :Mr. Hamilton Disston l, of Philadelphia, is

a r Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. without board. Table Boarders will be unheard of. the insured man ifl
said be most
ji' County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Ret'elllle-L. G. 'Yil er.SIlJl'rintende1ltof&hool.aDr. accommodated also transient. In the very rare instances where students I $45-

I t4 tw Clerk-Henry F.York Lake Butler. .T.J. Gregory. 2 Miss; LUCY 0. THOMPSON have been known by their fellows to have 000 America on his, having life. policies aggregating

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gan 'nere's a"man tnever heard'vimf .
Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. Wait's Crossing_..AT 3.14 p Ar 10.00 a _...........-
DIDN'T KNOW "B'LE] SIMS. hio-gov'ner f'get drownf ulness in flowin' ESTADLISIIED 187-0. Interlachen...?_.Ar 3.55 p Ar 10.33 a'?..._.....?.
bowl! Semmupl"! -New York Sun. June J, T & K WAr 4.37p Ar 11.20 a ... __... .
? ?
-- WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Palatk.?............Ar 4.50p Ar 11.30 ...._.._?.
When Gen. Was Breakfast at Welhston at 7.34 a m.
Al Terry, the general, used to be in the old
VILLE SEEKING INFORMATION.A ((90thIeridiall'time) which. is 33 .minutes Make daily double round trips of,Lakes Eustis
days when a lot of us were young fellows slower than Jacksonville time. and Harris;touching at all landings.CONNECTIONS. .
here in New Haven, all striving to climb the

Hotel Clerk and a, arieJ: derAmun ladder to some kind of greatness. He followed & CO.. ON and after Sunday; May 3d, 1885, i .
in as,clerk of the superior court, and a Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas
and Dumbfound Him-Idiotic Hilarity follows At Palatka with Jacksonville, Tampa t Key
more ambitious worker it would have :
been West Railway, and fast river steamers, for St. Au-
Growing Dignified-Never Heard of hard to find. His father, Alfred Terry, used NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. Augustine, Green Cove Springs,Jacksonville, and

the Kondout Terror.* to be our town clerk. Young Terry becamea =1 PHARMACISTS 1= Leave Jacksonville daily at-........; 7:30 a m i. steamers all points for North South, East and West,and with up-river

prominent member of the Grays, and perhaps --- Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm. twin-screw iron steamship Floridaalso'City of with Palatka tAe,"new and

The young man was' evidently a student from this circumstance his love for Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m I steamship City Monticello.. for Charleston, New

from some suburban educational institution, military life arose. I never saw such an enthusiast Centre Street Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m York: Boston, Philadelphia, etc.

for he came in the hotel office with that kick- always bent on some military study.If Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m Mail trains make close connection both ways
the Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 m via Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway at
a-dry-goods-box-into- -street-and-put-the- am not mistaken he visited the Crimea FERNAXDIXAFLORIDA, p Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast Line-fast mail.
shoemaker's-sign-over-the-doctor's-door sort during the Anglo-Russian struggle. I' remember Arrive! at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m At Gainesville. with through Pullman Sleepers
Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m over Savannah, Florida & Western for
of an air that always goes hand in hand with one night I met Al in George Bassett's hand fine assort- Railway,
of in rural halls of KEEP constantly on a Arrive at Mobile daily .aL............. 2:40 a m New Orleans, Cedar Key, Pensacola, Savannah.
the pursuit knowledge bookstore on Chapel street There of FRESH arid PURE FOREIGN
wasa Albany, Montgomery Louisville Louis
Arrive at New Orleans daily \t...... 7:45 a m St. and
learning. If the market price of beer was $1a big collection of formidable-looking tomes and DO IESTICDrug Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa all points West.

glass, it would have been a safe bet that the ranged along on Bassett's upper shelves. cola and Atlantic, Railroad daily, for Pensa- At Ocala. with Florida Railway & Navigation
Company and hacks for Silver .
young man had the price of a ticket to Chicago Terry grasped my 'arm and said: 'Do you s and Chemicals cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- Astor, with St. John's River Spring.At steamers, for

; with (sleeping-car attachment, hoarded see those books, Harry' 'Yes. What are Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick I Jacksonville Sanford and way landings.At .

safely away in under his vest. theyf 'They are "Napoleon's Campaigns," Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines take this ,train, arriving Brunswickvia Division Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake Eustis*

There was no way of telling whether he had and I've bought every blessed one of them. B. & W. R. It. at 7.40 p. m. boats on of Lakes the Florida Harris: and Sonthern Eustis,Railway for points and on

tarried long or not at the beer mug but there -Mayor Lewis in New Haven News Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this Lakes.At .
was 110 room for doubt that whoever had dale train. Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile Pemberton's Ferry, with South Florida Rail

lied with the faucet in his behalf had dallied Should Remember the Difference. FINE TOILET ARTICLES and New Orleans. road, for Lakeland, Tampa, Kissimmee, Bartow,
Orlando, Sanford Tuckertown. and Fort Dade.
effectually. The young man stood for a moment "No," said Fogg "I'm tired of going out Pullman Palace Sleeping 'Cars Jacksonville O. W. BROMWELL.

by the door, and gazed at the clerk's visit.ng. If I call on Brown he's sure to PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC. to Cincinnati via Jesup. General Passenger Agent.A. .
Pullman Palace Cars Jacksonville
desk as longingly as a man could who had to bore me to death with his everlasting: brag Sleeping C. CGWAN,
to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST General Traveling Agent.
shut one eye to gaze at alL He evidently about hi* tog; i'f I go to Black's, he'll talk IN GREAT VARIETY. SHERMAN CONANT, .

thought that the clerk and the desk would of nothing tut that confounded horse of his; MAIL. General Manager.Trav'eler's .

swing around to him presently. But they and at Whit '8 I shall hear of nothing but Physicians' Prescriptions
Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m
didn't' and the youth finally braced himself his henS: Therefore I prefer to stay at carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m

and made a dash for the desk. lIe got there home and enjoy myself. "But, my dear" reasonable prices. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m Guide.

just in time to save himself. lIe rested his interposed Mr... F., "tha conversation will Leave Thomasville at.................. 2:10 p m The Traveler's -
__ ____ _______ [ Guide i is, as the heading
hands on the counter and gathered confi- hardly lw more improving if, as usual, you h Leave Callahan daily at....... ......... 3:15 p m indicates intended of infor-
as a means
dence. Leaning forward, he addressed the dilate on pipe; and tobacco.: "Yes, my RAILROADS. Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05: p m mation to the traveling public. To be relia-

clerk: love," replidl iogg, "but you should remem- Arrive at Jesup daily at............... G:38 p m ble, it should be correct. The of
A CHAT WITH THE CLERK. ber the diffe-ence. I do the talking."-Boston Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m the different railroad and steamer managers lines will

"Zennybody fawn-hie-seen Bio Sims Trausc ips.:; Florida Railway 1 & Navigation Co. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a in greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
I Arrive Washington.: D.C., daily..1L 45 p m
'in? of made in
said he. "Zeunybody seen Lowell on Schools and Newspapers. by notifying us changes the run-
Arrive at New York at......... 8:00
a m
time when
will be
beg pardon, said the clerk, as he smil- James Russell Lowell has recently expressed THE KEY LINE Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars. ning rected. they promptly cor-
careened his ear over a little nearer to ]
ingly the that "the older school
opinion Savannah to New York without change. .
his interrogator. The young gentlemanfrom system which taught merely the three R'a CENTRAL (DOTH MERIDIAN) TIME.
the rural home of the classics looked at EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.
and taught them well," was better than TRANSIT it PEXIXSULAK R.\RAILROAD..

the clerk in one-eyed uncertainty for a moment the modern graded school. Turning his SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 22, 1386. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m Day Passenger Train leaves

and then ejaculated: attention to the journalism, he declared Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55: a m For Cedar( Key nndAVild wood and

-Huh?" American newspaper readers to be "mere Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35: p m all points on Transit Uoad........10.10 a. m.
"I didn't exactly hear what you were say- sponges saturated from the stangnant "a" means A. M._time. "p" means 1'. M. time. Leave Gainesville daily at......,...... 6.00 p m Savannah and all points North
Ing,"replied the clerk politely. "I didn't understand goose pond of village gossip."--The Cur- Head down. -- -- -Head---up. Leave Live Oak daily at. .............. 8.55 p m and West...............................10.10 a. m.

you." rent. 8.00 a "3 Lv Jacksonville..........Ar H 7.30 p Arrive at DuPont daily at............11:00 pin (connecting at Callahan.)

Uli, ye didn't, hey?" replied the youth, this 8.45: a 1 g Lv Baldwin ...::. .........Ar go 6.46 p Arrive Waycross daily at..........10:55 p m For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all .:
time disdainfully. "Ye didn't hey? Stoo in Behalf of Girls. 10.10 a ..... Lv Lake City ............Ar w, 5.15 p Arrive at Jcsnp daily at................12:55 a in points on the Florida Central &

bad! Didn't hear me, hey? ShoJi g'wout'nbuy The Appeal Philadelphia Record Shop shows its 10.57 11.53.1:; a o So 2 Lv Lv Madison Live Oak..Ar.................Ar 2 53.:5 4.27 3.27 P p Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m Western Railroad................. ...10.10a.m.
'Mi ::: Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m Baldwin.
y'n ear trum-hic-'near trumpet 12.15 t; Lv Monticello..Ar Ulli 1.50 p (connecting at )
p : ..
knowledge of human nature by printingan 2 11 f Lv Tallahlssce..Ar :H .. 1.05 p Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m .
talkin' wild Injun 'ram I a ueafn dumb P i:: Train
appeal in behalf of shop girls, ad- 3.12 p.>;:: Lv Quincy.................Ar ps-: 11.59 a Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 a in Day Passenger arrives
Chinaman tryin' t'warble Welsh? Jevversee dressed to woman in the abstract, but 4.00 p a;: Ar River:Tunetion..Lv y 11.10 n. Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and

-" which each woman may take to herself, 4.5: p :, Ar:Marinnna ............_Lv :=0- 10.49 a Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m I all points on the Transit lload... 3.55 p. In
At this point a passing recollection of something 1 follows 7,1)0 l' =-= .A.r DcFuniak Springsl.v 8.40 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 pm.. From Savannah and all points in
: as : 10.35 p 7s: Ar Pensacola..7..LV:: 5.05; a the North and West.............. ;.55
funny flitted across the young man'smind "Dear Madame-If you are as humaneas :1.10aArMobile:: ..................Lv 12.20 Arrive at Washington daily..........10:30 a ni i ? p.m.
and he gave himself up for a few seconds I handsome will not do 8.15 a ATX Ar New Orleans.........Lv 00 3 7.00 p Arrive at New York daily at..... ... 5:30 pm.. From Tallahassee Pensacola. and
you you J ..........Lv 8.40 all points on the Florida Central
to that idiotic hilarity with which the I G.;!} a t1J Ar Montgomery $2 g.: p
froths your shopping: on Saturday afternoons. 7.251) -::: ? Ar Nashville............Lv jj rr. 6.55 a Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via & Western Railroad................ 3.55p.m.
custodian of a jag of beer sometimes :;::. .. .. Waycross and Pullman Palace Sleeping
1.40 a .; Ar Evansville..... .... Lv Z -+ 1.00 a ,
over. Then he smote the counter with his fist He Got Ills Buttons Sewed On. 5.00 a s..... Ar!St.Louis..........._...I.V -o-: 7.15 p Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Night Passenger Train leaves
and rounded off his mirth with: Muzzafer Eddin, the lately deceased 2.20; a .= :5:: Ar Louisville.............Lv Sg? : 1.00 a Connections at Atlanta with Western and. For "Wildwood........................... 5.00p.m.
Hoe her down Sal 0.35: a tt a Ar Cill'inuati..f v s 8.45; p Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia and : For Savannah and all points North
"WhJ'miniy emir of Bokhara had 230 wives 200 female ,
9.45; as Ar Indianapolis .........Lv o 3.50 p. and and West................................ 5.00 p.m
'fye blister a heel! slaves, ten female barbers, nine female 10.55 a i Ar Chicago ..............._Lv ';? 3.45 p Georgia Railroads for all points West (connecting at Callahan.)
Then the young man slowly recovered him- cooks, four midwives, twenty-trio Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Northwest.
self, and once more got the clerk in focus. needlewomen, and fifty washerwomen.A Baggage checked through. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- Night Passenger Train arrives
Gus said he. "Say 'zcnnybody ville to Louisville via Thomasville. From Cedar Key Wildwood, and .
seen-oh! didn't, hear me huh; ? Who're Prize for the Idle Pupil. Central! and Southern Divisions-Quick Line, Connections at Montgomery with Louisville all points oil the Transit Road... 9.45; a. m.
ye Mother-You haven't given the child North and East. and Nashville Railroad for New From Savannah and all points in

you, 'nyhowr"I'm Teacher-Alas! he's Orleans and Texas points;and the West and the North and West................. 9.45 a. m.
prize always
the clerk, replied the patient party. Ally FERNANDINA JACKSOXVILT.EBRANCII.D.ILY '
From Pensacola. Tallahassee and
Northwest. At Savannah with Central ,
"Oh, y'ar' : hey?" said the youth, after a Idle. Mother-Then he's deserving a prizf ( EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Railroad of Georgia for all points West and all points on Florida Central &

swaying and blinking survey of the clerk. I I for perseverance. 7.20 a 2.50 p Lv Fernandina .....Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p I II Northwest. Charleston: and Savannah Rail- Western Railroad.................... 9.45a.m.
"Clerk, huh Say, Biz clerkt, stand up'iisass I 8.45 a 4..>0)p ArJacksonville..Lv 9.45a 5.10 p way for all points North, with steamships .
Philadelphia Theatres Painted White. FERXAXDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
? UJlsee'bout't! AVhezz floor walker I
sine (SUNDAYS ONLY.) for New York Boston and Baltimore. At
d'want'ny clerkt'sass-hie-sasssine 'nwon't- There are probably more theatres painted for New York. Train leaves
; 7.00 a 3.30 p Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p Charleston with steamships daily, except SundayFor -
av't Whezz floor walker white in Philadelphia than in any other cityin 8.26 a 4.56 p Ar Jacksonville. 9.10 a 5.30 p Philadelphia and Baltimore, Jacksonville........................ 7.00 a. m.

"A-w-wcome off," said the clerk. "You the world. The idea was started by Hav- -- Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail For Jacksonville ........................ 2.45 p. lU.
burden me. Go take a spin on the booly- erly, who thought that white was a lucky ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS and Steamship connections, and Baggage Train arrives daily;except SlLlIday-

vardel"! color. It is also said that actors prefer to between Jacksonville and Orlando and Jacksonville Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.

The young man grew dignified. play in a theater painted white. If thingsgo and New Orleans. and sections secured at Company's office in From Jacksonville...................... G.lOp.m.

"Lookeer," said he. "I ain't 'ny gilly, Pete. on in this way Philadelphia will soon be CONNECTIONS : Astor's Building, 84, Bay street and at De- Sunday onlf-

At Silver with Ocklawaha steamers for and board Jacksonville .. .. ..............
'Stan'? I'm a ge'lmau from Ge'lmansville] known as the white city.New York Trib- Spring pot Ticket Office, on People's From 10.3Ga. m.
une. Palatka and all landings ; at St. Catherine with Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand From Jacksonville ...... ............... 6.;)(; p.m.
d'want'ny back talk! I'mage'lman. My fay: for Pemberton
Florida Southern Railway and Ferry, JENNIE LANE. For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.
ge'lman 'u All Brooksville, Bartow Tampa; at Leesburg
my muzz ge'lman. 1:13bruzz's I A Powerful Little Counterfeiter's Press. with steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, JAS. L. TAYLOR. For Jacksonville ......... ......... ...... 3.30 p. m.
ge'lmen so zall my siss's! 'Stan'sMy Secret service detectives have found a Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida General Passenger Agent.R. .
fam'ly zall ge'l-no! 'M wrong! All Lut J counterfeiter's which be into Southern for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor ; at Or- G. FLEMING, Superintendent.: MALLORY LINE.
Ike," said the youth, again bordering on levity press can put a lando with South Florida Railroad for all pointson .. For New York direct, every Wednesdayand
market basket and will crush the hardest ----- -"
"}lJ bruss Ike 'snow g 'lman. B11izi'Ike's yet their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat I[ Saturday evening.
silver to film. Its is for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon
a ragged operation so
a lawyer! Hay, cully! Broth' Ike's a that Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc. Florida Southern Railway Co. From New York direct every Tuesdayand
and silent the hand of a child ear.strike
-Say, Pete. Ur ye wid me ur agin me?" easy -' Friday eveing, at 3.00 p.m.
off coins from under its dies
INTERVIEWING THE BARTENDER.The and no sound of its movement will be heard SEA-ISLAND ROt"TE.
Tourists this Route reach nearly im-
by can every
clerk was neither wid him nor agin two yards away-Chicago Herald. in Florida which be
portant point can GOING SOUTH. Steamer St. Nicholas leaves Savannah
him. He declined the flowing bowl but said of no other Line. and Fridays leaves
Fast Mall Daily Ex. Aecom'nDelhi. Mondays. ;
steered the young man to the refreshment The Big Ships of the World. The most direct route to all points North, East I Sunday. Daily. Ferdina Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays
i ,
bazaar. and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most 10.00 3.30 ...... ......
The largest ship in the world is the Palatka..Lv a Lv I' arrival of morning train from Jack
and the Rates. upon
Elegant Accommodations, Cheapest J.T.do K.W..Ar 10.15 Ar 3.40 ............
"H'lo: said the youth as he wobbled Great Eastern, which is 079 feet in length Jnne. a I' sonville.
uj Read down. Read up. Interlachen.........Ar 11.07 a Ar 4.15 I' ......-......
and put out his hand to shake with the bar 82 feet beam and 48 feet depth, measuring 9.00 p ......... Lv New York.........Ar ......... 8.00 a Wait'sCrossing..Ar 11.43 a Ar 4.521' ......"...... CUMBERLAND ROUTE.
tender. "How is't, gov'nor 18,916 tons gross. The City of Rome is the 12.20 p ......... Lv Philadelphia ......... 4.40 a Rochelle ........... Ar 12.06 a Ar 6.13 I' -_..........
!" said the bartender. "Four stories next afloat with 4.10 p ......... Lv Baltimore........Ar ......... 1.30 a Gainesville........._Ar12.45a Ar 5.40p ........... Steamer Thos. Collyer for Brunswick -
"Way up : largest steamship a 6.00 a ......... Lv Washington..Ar ........11.56 p daily at............................ 2.30 p.m.
and mansard tin shingles on the roof!1" length of 546 feet breadth 52 feet and Gainesville ....._._Lv 11.S0 a Lv 4.40 I' _..... ......
a 10.49 a ......... Lv Richmond......_ Ar ......... 6.55 p (connecting at Brunswick withE.
'Good 'nough rejoined the gentleman gross registered tonnage of 8,415, and net 3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston.. ...Ar ......... 1.53 a Rochelle ......_......Lv 12.21 a Lv 5.13 L-. 6.55 a T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern
from Gentlemansville. Til 'nother of 5,533 according to official 8.47 p ......... Lv Cincinnati.......Ar ......... 6.50 a )Iic nopy...:.:.::.:.:............. ....:=... 7.45 aEYinston
open tonnage fig- 3.30 p ......... Lv Atlanta-"..........Ar ........10.45 a _......... ..Lv 12.43 I' Lv 5.32 I' 8.20 a and Western points.)
bo'L Se'mmupl""Mumm ures. 7.01 p ......... Lv Savannah.-......Ar 1.25 p 8.45 p Loehbie..Lv 12.55 I' Lv 5.40 I' 8.50 a SteamerThos.Collycr,from Brunswick -
or Piper asked the bartender, The largest American steamships are 10.20 a 4.15 p Lv Fernandina......Ar 10.00 a 3.55 p Ocala....................Lv 1.52p Lv 6.25p a.Welshton..Ar daily at.......... ..................12.15 p. m.
"or a small Widcw the City of Peking, Pacific Mail Steamship 11.50 a 6.10 p Ar Callahan.Ar 7.30 a 2.21 a 2.15p Ar 6.44p 1.22p ST. MARYS RIVER.
South Lake Weir_Ar 3.051' Ar 7.271' 2.281'
"Beer!" replied the :youth. "Bo'l a beer. company, 6,000 tons, 423 feet long, 48 feet 12.20p 8.30 p Lv Jacksonville...Ar 6.15 a i35 p Conant ..............._Ar 3.14 I' Ar 7.36 I' 2.48 pLeesburg. leaves Centre street dock-
"Bad that said the Pacific Steam 1.15 p 9.20p Ar Baldwin......?-.Lv 5.20a 1.45 a AI' 8.02 4.20 Steamer Martha
as bartender. "Ain'tyou broad; the Liguria, Navigation ._.......... .Ar 3.53 I' I' I'
a little reckless this I""Za'ssall tons 460 feet 1.40 9.35 Lv Baldwin..Ar 5.05 a 1.19p Center Hill_.........Ar 4.28p ............- ............. For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday
evening, company 4,820 long, 2.36p p 10.42 p Ar Lawtey..Lv 3.46 a 12.18p Pem berton's F'ry..Ar 5.12p ............... ......"...... and Friday: .................. ...... 3.00 p.m.
right, cully," the young man assured 45 feet broad: the Britannic, White Star, 2.55 a 11.07 p p Ar Starke_............Lv 3.10 a 11.56 p Brooksville........._Ar. 6.10 I' ............... .....-...... For St. Marys and Dnngeness, on'
the bartender. "Za'ssall right. Sayt 4,700 tons, 455: feet long, 45 feet broad; the 3.25 a 11.45 p Ar Waldo..............Lv 2.30 a 11.08 a I Dinner at We1shton at 2.15 pm ; Supper at Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m.
Seen BOle Smis' t'night City of Richmond, Inman, 4,600 tons,453) 4.25 a......... Ar Gainesville.....Lv ........10.05 a 6.45 I' m. For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
...........Lv Jl 9.11 a
"Who feet long, 43 feet broad; and the Bothnia, 5.16 5.49 p p 'fe S Ar Ar Branson.Archer :......._Lv 8.36 a I St. John's & Lake Eustis Division. Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m..
"B'le Smis. B-i-1, Bill, i-y, ly-B'le; Smi- Cunard, 4,500 tons, 425 feet long, and 42} 7.50 a Ar Cedar Key..Lv 6.40 a Fast Matt Mail Daily Ex. Steamer Martha arrives
taitch-Smis. B'le Smis. Seen 'm?" feet broad.-Exchange. 4.15 p 12.48 a Ar Hawthorne...... Lv 1.35 a 10.20 a Daily. Daily. Sunday. From St. Marys and Crandall, on
"Oh! S-mi-t-h Smith. No I ain't 5.53 p ......... Ar Silver Spring.._Lv ......... 8.47 p Leesburg.-...........Lv 4.00 p ............... Lv 11.15 a Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00a.m.
seer: ...... ....... Ar 12 45
6.15 p 2.40 a Ar Ocala..Lv 11.15 p 8.34 a Fort Mason...... .-Ar 4.50 p ? p
him, replied the bartender. "Don't know Rest for the Tired E..u.es. 7.28 p 4.25 a A Wildwood..........Lv 9.34 p 7.26 a Fort Mascn......_....?.......... Lv 9.20 a............... From St. Marys and Dungeness,
him-never heard of him." A committee of ladies in Paris, including a 9.05 p ......... Ar Panasoflkee.....Lv ......... 6.40 a Eustis...............?..AT 5.05p Ar 9.30 a Ar 1.00) p on Wednesday and Saturday....... 9.00 a.m
The man had his glass half tc 11.10 p ......... Ar WithlacoocheeLv ......... 5.30 a Tavares................Ar 5.35 p Ar 10.10 a ...........-. From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
young : have induce
his way female doctor, begun a movement to 7.57 p 5.07 p Ar Leesburg........-Lv 8.55 p 6.55 a Lane Park..Ar 5.45; p Ar 10.25 a ............... Tuesday and Friday.. .............. 2.00 p. m
mouth. He. held it. poised in air for 8 the proprietors of some of the large 8.25 p 5.45 a Ar Tavares ............Lv 8.25 p 6.30 a Altoona..Ar 6.45p .....................
moment, and then placed it on the bar. He drapery and mercery establishments to allow .AMAJ p h.io a Ar oruuulo............Lv 10.30 a....... Pittman_........ ..Ar 7.04p ...... .........:..?...........
opened both eyes and stared at the bartender. seats for their female assistants:, Females of ..._...._ 1.40 p Ar Tampa _._........Lv ......... 6.00 p Astor.................-Ar 8.10p ..'.- '

He was speechless for a minute, and then he mature -age-and young girls, indifferently, at LIMITED EXPRESS. GOING NORTH. ); ARTESIAN WELL j>

said: some of the large stores in Paris, have to attend 8.30 a ......... Lv ..Jacksonville..Ar ......... 4.23 p Fast Mail Mail Ac. Daily
'Don't know him Never heard'viin DOD 8.53 a ......... Lv ...White House-Ar......... 3.58 p Daily. Daily. Ex.Sun.
? from 8 o'clock in the morning to the 9.10 a......... Ar Baldwin-..........Lv ......... 3.38 p Astor.................-Lv 7.00 a ..
know B'le Smis Wh'azzis I've-hie-I've same hour at night, standing up 'the whole Steamer leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Pittman...........Lv 8.01 a ........;............

struck Never heard'v the Rondout terrorj time, with absolute orders that they are not days and Saturdays express at 5.10 p. m.,connecting with Altoona....?...... Lv 8.20 a., NOTICE TO ,CONTRACTORS.
Lv 4.20 ..... ........
Say. He licked Toppy Grogan in one round to sit down while at their counters.-Brook- the elegant steamships of the :Mallory Line, sail- Lane Park..Lv 9.00 a p -
Tavares..Lv 9.10 a Lv 4.35p ...............
'n Toppy-saywh'ram I? Don' know the iug semi-weekly for New York direct. -
lyn Eagle. J.i1stis..I.v 9.40 a Lv 5.20 p Lv 1.20 p
demon bluggor'v the coal docks B'la Sufis SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Fort MasonLv 9.55' a Ar 4.45 p Lv 2.00 p WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE

the boy't slung a keg o' beer 'nside'vim in The Son of Gen. B. E. Lee. Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and Leesburg.Ar 11.00 a.......?.... .,Ar 3.35 p BIDS on Public Improvements of

in fort-hie-fort'uiue mince by the cio:k 'n The son of Gen. Robert E. Lee, Gen. W. Savannah, leaves Fernandina Sundays, Tuesdays Main Line. the City of Fernandina, until Saturday,
then and Thursdays, upon arrival of morning May 15th, 1886, for the
ate the glass 11 here's a duffer't never H. F. Lee, likely to succeed the Hon. John train from Jacksonville arriving at Savannahthe Faxt Mail Daily Ex. Accom'n

heard'vim!I" Barbour in the house, is a man over 50 years following morning. Leave Savannah :Mondays : Daily. SundaDaily.. BORING OR DRILLING OF ONE OR MORE
............ ... ...... .
The and reaching Brooksville....._ .L 8.20 a ARTESIAN WELLS
:young man fiiuVued his beer. Thea'eUlet be of age, a farmer in comfortably circum- Wednesdays Fridays, p.Connections m., at J>cmberton's F'ry- _Ly 9.40a -.........-.. ...............
] on the bar in a dazed sort of way. By stances, thoroughly unpretending and popu- :Savannah Fernandina with following all rail lines a. m,,and with Ocean Center llill..Lv 10.2.j a............... -............. Size G-inch. Bids must include the necessary -

and by he said: lar. He bears a strong personal resemblanceto Steamship and Boston and Savannah vessels to Lees urg ..........._Lv 11.05 a Lv 6.3.a .....-.-.. Case of approved quality. Contractor

"Se'lzit! Thatse'lzitl! Thiscuuy's play'dout his father; and is called "Runy" Lee, a and from New York and Boston, and at Fernan- Conant Lake?.....WeirLv.........Lv 11.43 1L31 a a. Lv Lv 7.00 7.00 a a........-..-................. must furnish all necessary Tools, Drills, Machinery -

'Sno use tryin' to be 'nybody! T'nior' I name coming down from nursery days. He dina with trains for all Florida pomts.. *South Wel hton... .....Ar 12.121' Ar 7.24 a ..........--.. Steam, Fuel, Water, Labor, etc.

-say Pe-hie-Petey. T'mor' I quit Don' is without experience in politics, but is BRUNSWICK AND INLAND S. B. CO. Ocala....._....?....... Ar 1.00 P AI' 8.14 a .....-........ Satisfactory references are required ; also
know B'le Smis! Never heard'vim! Petty nchbie. Ar 1.5p \r 9.03a.....-..-.... bonds. Bids will be acted upon at the ear-
t'mor' I represented as 'possessing' an uncommon Connects at Fernandina daily from and to Evinsto':::::::::::: Ar i07pr 9.14a Lv I'ieanopT' liest practicable time.

hire out f'r missionary, 'n'll go downth' practical grasp of affairs.Washington Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. [ ...............-........... .......... Lv O.45p Committee reserves the right to reject anyor
grave peddlin' fla'l shirts to the sizzeus o1 Letter. C-niyer leaves at 2.00 p. m.A. Ro chelfe.".............r 233p Ar 9.31" a1' 6.;,}I' all bids.
the Sou'-hic-Sou Sea islan's. Say, gov'uor. o. MACDONELL. Gainesville.....-...Ar 320p AI' 10J);) ::::=:=.
'S drown f'ge'fulness in the flowiii' bowL Crown lands in Canada were sold in 1885 to General; Passenger and Ticket Agent, Jacksonville Gainesville........Lv Lwp Lv 9.0a: .....-........ P. KELLY Chairman.
Fla. .... ........ Fernandina, Fla., April 17, 1800.,1 ( .
B'le Sails slugged th' life out o' Toppy Gro- the extent of 99,918 acre. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Sup* RotbelleAr 22p Ar 9.;) a. -t'n .

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::1 THE ,FLORIDA. MIRROR : MAY- 8. 1886, .., ,-..... _, '.' ',.,," '.' '. ." .
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THE FLORID MIRROR. Change of Schedule.On Changing. the Gauge. ,'.Clothing.Just I -

.t Monday morning last ti change. of Chief Engineer J. W. Bushnell is;: issuing received; a tine line of Youths' and I When You Paint,
into the Florida the section Boys' Spring Clothing! fine oods. Prices
schedule ,went effect over ,his instructions to gangs of the ---
r YEAH FOR SIX MONTHS very low., 'J: & T. KYDD.
$1.00 :
II Il.Od.-1 ; Railway and Navigation system. Trains Florida Railway & Navigation Companyfor 'TTSE THE BEST PAINTS. THEH.

: g> now leave Fernandina as follows: Leave the contemplated change of gauge from *
,, Reflections -USE "".
-- Fernandina for Jacksonville at 7 a. m. and 5 feet to the standard gauge, 4 feet 9 inches., JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare

Rev. W. F. Wood, of Key West, is in the 2:45: p. m., during week days, and 7 a. m. The change will commence on the Western .. 'I acknowledge 1 to be of superior quality,
and 4 p. m. on Sundays. Division, from Jacksonville to Chattohoo-)
J frb;f city. C. A. WOOLSEY'SJERSEY
i1 I Leaye Jacksonville for Fernandina at Ghee river, on the 28th inst., and is expectedto I I and will cover much more than cheaperand
Messrs. Philip Lawtey and I. A. Mode I,
T !, 9:25 and 5 week days and 9 be the
y a.,in. p. m. on completed by 29th. To this end I I
have returned from their trip to New York. lighter brands. Sold only by
a. m. and 5:35 p. m. on Sundays.By the section gangs of the Central and Southern CITY

1 f Captain Tillson and wife and Miss Mamie this arrangement: Fernandinians wishing Division will be distributed on the FRED W. HOYT & CO.

', 1 were passengers for New York by the Mallory to do their banking or other business at I Western Division to aid the gangs on that
t .
'3 steamship Carondetet. Jacksonville will have one hour and fifteen division.On -\'VSI'I'E LEAD-
-- -
:Mr. P. Kelly has begun the erection of a minutes in the morning. The afternoon the Southern Division from Fernan- -

p two-story frame dwelling house on Ash train only gives thirty-five minute dina to Tavares and Cedar Key, the changewill -ANDREADYMIXED-

f rp street, between Fifth and Sixth. SOUTHERN DIVISION. be effected on the 1st of June., The

yiI The carriages and ,horses of Receiver Trains for Tavares leave Fernandina at Western Division section gangs in turn aid- Fresh Garden Seeds

1? 3 r Duval were sent North by the Mallory 10:10 a. m. and 4:10 p. m. Returning arrive ing the gangs of this division to completethe PAINTS ,

% a as steamship Carundelet Thursday morning here at 4 p. m. and 10:10 a. m. work with dispatch.The .338-CROP OF '85-fBfc

These trains connect at Waldo for Cedar instructions of Mr. Bushnell are very

last.Mr. Key as follows: The day passenger at 2:45: and In or in bulk at
t'kk ;,, Belknap, whose yacht, the Carlotta, is explicit complete each gang having papers ,
p. m. and the night passenger at 4:15: a. tn. been assigned to specific work under the
,,r now lying i in the stream, left yesterday for JSSTTHEY ARE THE BEST.KALSOMINE" .
a3r Going North the day trains con- FRED W. HOYT & GO'S
t Jekyl Island, where he will make some in- passenger personal leadPship of all the engineer
04 1 vestments. nect at 11:25 a. m. and the night passengerat corps road uiasters: and bridge inspectors

10 o'clock p. m. and there can l hardly be" any doubt that the, I
Dr. W. II. Pope has been appointed sur- '
On the Western Division a night passen- change will be effected in the time specified. : r -

geon for the Florida Railway & Navigation ger; train has been added to the day express. ,
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.3--'a Company, and is fitting up an office in the --- -- -
Trains will leave Jacksonville for the Westas MARINE.
All Shades 50 CENTS Pack-
Downey building. follows: 8 a. m. and 3 p. m. going East, per

a Rev. C. M. Beckwith, rector of St. Luke's will leave River Junction at 12:35: a. m. and Port of Fernandina. age of Five Pounds.FOR .

S Episcopal Church, at Atlanta, will conductthe 11-30 a. m. HIGII WATER.
Saturday, May 8..11:11 A.)[. 11:42: P. u.
services at St. Peter's Church to-morrow, Sunday, 9............ 0:00" 0:05" Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran
both morning and evening. Shipments from This Port. Monday, 10........... 0:36: 1:07: .. ,
Tuesday, 11.: 1:38": 2:1-1":
A sweet potato weighing three and ahalf During the'past week the following ship- Wednesday," 12............ 2:43: ; 3:20: SALE BY MIXED FEED RICE FLOUR ETC.
ments were made from this port via the New Thursday, 13............ 3:49: 4-24: ,
' ;' pounds was exhibited at our office this Friday, 14........... 4:51": 5:26"
York line
-; t; week. It was raised in the garden of steamship : ENTERED. GEO. F. LEWIS Ag't
Per State of Texas of the Mallory ,
steamship AT WHOLESALE
.., Samuel Petty, on Tenth street. I Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood. from Bruns-
Line for New York, May 3-133,000 wick, Georgia, daily.
feet lumber, 680 packages vegetables, 225; Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from Savannah -
Bushnell's logs cedar,92 barrels rosin, 20 barrels spirits, Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight No. 45a CENTRE STREET,
05 packages merchandise, 11 turtle, 6 bales and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. & N.) FRED W. HOYT & CO.
the line for the new extension to Old cotton, 5 refrigerators berries, and 3 horses. :May Steamship. New! State of Texas, Williams!', from

' ) Town of the Florida Railway and Naviga- Persteamship Carondelet, of the Mallory R. W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers. to FERN AlVI11A, FLORIDA.

tion Company. Line, for New York, May 6-82,500 feet May 4-Steamshipi'Carondelet? John Risk, from 7 !
lumber, 402 cases cedar, 800 packages vegetables New York; freight and passengers, to I
.+ We are pleased to be able to state that 120 packages merchandise, 26 refrigerators R. W. Southwick, agent.

; .' .K'p, Mr. H. C. Baker has perfected his arrangements berries, and 3 horses. 1-Brig delphia.Mary E Kennedy, Waters, Phila-

; ., + and will probably commence operations 1-Brig Minnie Abbe. Plummer, Boston.
w. k Mrs. Schooner ,Tillie Vanderherchen Bate-
Grundy Says ,
., at his will, on Bell's river (the old mau, Baltimore.

Ay f, Chester mill), next week. That the weeks roll around local without developing Schooner York. Isaiah Stetson, Trask, New FRED W. HOTT & CO.FFFFF .
any very exciting events.
The schooner Quaker' City arrived this 3-Schooner Quaker City, :McNeily; railroad
That progressive euchre is the latest anti- iron and spikes, to F" R & N Co._
I *;':r,1 yy I week with 705 tons of steel rails. She came dote to drive dull care away. 4-Schooner William Frederick, Patterson,
$i JJ over the bar drawing sixteen and a half feet New York.
That the latest version of an old nursery .
.+t} ,, + SM of water. After discharging her cargo she U U RRRR NN N II TTTTT U U RRRR
,yet > nr rhyme is: The clerk and the baker and the Steam-packet Thos. Collycr. Dilwood, for Brunswick EEEEEF
will take on 750 tons of old rails. candy stick breaker, and all of "gone"on Georgia, daily. F U R RNN Nil T U TJ R RE
Miss Bessie Hill, Miss Edith Whitner and the fair." I Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah F U UR RNN NIl T U UR REF
I Monday, Wednesday and Frirlafreight; U URRNNNIITU URREFFFF
ate' Mrs. C. H. Whitner left for Waynesboro, and passengers, by Key Line (F.R. N. Co.)
That unless Wilder that
Capt. puts jib May Steamship State of Texas, Williams, for U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEEF
u ..r, .. Ga., last Wednesday. The party stopped sheet in the wash he will be accused of New York; freight and passengers, by F U URRNNNIITU R R E

:cih''t; : ; in Savannah for two days to witness the piracy, for never a pirate carried a blacker :May 6-Steamship R. W. Southwick Carondelet., agent.John Risk for F U UR RN NNII T U UR REF

.military drill there of the .centenary of the sign than he left port with last week. New York; freight and passengers, by F U U R RN NN II T U R REF
te' W}s" Chatham Artillery. That the and R. W. Southwick. agent. UUU R R N NN IIT UUU R R EEEEE
Episcopal Presbyterian April Schooner Stella McKenyon, Williams,
Mrs. R W. Southwick left for New Yorkon Churches have New York; lumber, by Wm. D. Wheelwright -
appear predestined lay & Co.YJSSELS.
the Mallory: steamship State of Texas last
services this
or none, summer. IN PORT.
Monday morning. Mrs. Southwick was accompanied -
That the Rev. Mr. Chandler will continueto Swedish bark Hilda, Jacobson.
by Miss Gracie Leddy, who, after Brig:Mary\ E. Kennedy, Waters. Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second.
1 "hold the fort"unless there is an epi- Brig :Minnie Abbe, Plummer. ,
visiting relatives in the North, will enter
Schooner Tillie Vanderherchen, Bateman.
demic of and
weddings he becomes broken
the Academy of the Sacred Heart at Manhattan Schooner Isaiah'Stetson, Trask.
r i ,. down by the drain on his sympathies.That Schooner Quaker City, McNeilly.
N Schooner William Frederick, Patterson.
'" the large number of packing cases Brig Lewis L: Squires, Overton.
r' r # Receiverlle Duval has notified Major W. B. Schooner Palatka
rw f in front of Mode Bros' would indicate that Chapels.
C. Duryee and Mr.C. H. Huot to move their Schooner William H. Kenney, Lipiucott.
ICe: had been heard from, even if he had Schooner Ida Lawrence. Young. ..
saw-mills which in the
are now partially not put in an ,_ ___.___ u__ ____
r street, in accordance with: the ordinance appearance.That
Atlantic Pavilion.ON .
passed recently by the City Council granting almost everybody believes that hon- THE ATTENTIONOF

; t r the right of way on First street to the esty is always the best policy-for somebodyelse.

Florida Railway &, Navigation Company. AMELIA BEACH.

Mr. H. Hobein has sold to Arthur Steil That the long-talked of barge canal is .-

," i ; his lot on Centre street, adjoining Mr. M. now open and navigable from St. Mary's to This favorite Restaurant and Refreshment -

Downey City Mart. Thirteen hundred Hickory Bluff and an assessment on the
Saloon, on Amelia's famous beach, is now
stock is in order.
dollars was the consideration paid for the capital

c : lot, which is 25x100 feet in size. Mr. Steil That the quiet, determined look on the open for the season, after having under-

intends to erect a brick store upon it before faces of parties from St. Mary's indicates [ firm HOUSEKEEPERS \\\\\I\\\ III
gone a thorough renovation. The best of { \\liI I II IP
next winter. that the Millen Road is not far off, and that '

J Mr. Hunting, of Wilson & Hunting of Fernandina will be able to shake hands service at all times at reasonable rates. 'I 1"" '""''I

Jacksonville and Baltimore, was in the city with them pretty soon-but perhaps they ALBERT GLAIBER.

+; Thursday and made arrangements for mak- won't shake.
Fern-ndina, Fla., :May: 1st, 1886. -IS CALLED TO THE-
'Jj ing Fernandina the shipping point for the That a railroad through that place will

1 larger portion of the lumber controlled by give access to one of the prettiest towns in

the firm in Florida. It is estimated that all the Southern States, and every one in THE OCEAN HOUSE,

they will ship at least a quarter of a millionfeet this section will congratulate them if the COMPLETE ASSOB'I'MEN'I'OF

weekly. prosperity follows that they deserve and ex (FORMERLY THE IDLE HOUR)

ri ..s.40r
9 ir The steam-vacht Lurline, of the New pect.That ON AMELIA BEACH FERNANDINA, FLA

York Yacht Club, arrived here Wednesday the Board of Health should stationa -
night from Osawba Island, under commandof signal boat off Tiger buoy, well suppliedwith

Capt. Ale=-_ Williams. The Lurline is copies of the quarantine ordinance, NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.

=., owned by Mr. James Waterbury, who for the benefit of strange craft who have not .-

< ,{ has bought Osawba Island for the purpose learned our ways. THIS HOUSE, FORMERLY SO POPU-

y ss- of making his winter residence there. with the public, located near the
That it has been proposed to buoy a line Strathmore Hotel and the Railroad Depot, FilILYCROUERIESBOTH
,; He was accompanied on his trip South by from the quarters of the health officer to the has been fitted up as a first-class refreshment

his interesting family and servants middle of ,the sound, so that he can be saloon for the accommodation of the travel- ,
ing public, as well as the home people.
,iJ 4{ About seventy feet of the Beech street yanked on board without delay.

dock, midway of the warehouse, caved in That'the officers of the yacht Lurline ap- COOL LAGER BEER,

on Sunday afternoon, carrying with it some peared before that most august assemblage, FINE LIQUORS AND SEGARS,' _

r ; ,{ ,i 700 barrels of cement which had just been the Board of Health, with ,fear and trem-
i from the State will be made specialty. A SODA-WATER
discharged Mallory steamship
; bling,expecting to be hanged and quarteredfor STAND will also be run in connection with
i v' of Texas. The breakdown of the dock car- coming from so infectious a place as th6 institution, for the temperance people.

p }. ried with it a large portion of the railroad Georgia without due notice; but instead of CLAM CHOWDER. AND LUNCHES at FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC u
1 which either side of the all hours.
,, runs on warehouse -
s I. hanging, as they no doubt deserved, twoVshaped BATHING SUITS TO LET.
and several loaded
,; cars were precipitated incisions
i were made in their Give us a call.
''t into the river. The dock is, leased JULIUS KLOTZ :Manager.:
pocket-books; and thus warned, they were ,
sn from the Florida Town Company .
t r 'rst Improvement -
allowed to, depart, with an admonition to WHICH WE ARE OFFERINGf -
,.. r by the railroad, which will have to sin no more.
n. bear the loss estimated at $5,000. The ce-
,. That Captain :King, of Tiger,Isle,
ment lost was consigned to Ponce de Leon
Hotel, St. Augustine, Is monarch of all that prolific sile;"
And he sits on the "hill" and takes his ease, AT VERY LOW PRICES.

With naught to trouble but flies and fleas; .
Beach Trains To-Morroio
<, And he goes to sleep with the rattler's hum. Building Material. .
Will run as follows: Leave Centre street t
And he wakes to hear the mosquitoes drum --
s depot at 10:40a. m.; 12:45, 2:00, 3:00,4:00: BRICK, LIME, PLASTER,
LIE 1 On his windows and,doors, as he lies inside \,
and 5 o'clock p. m. Returning, leave the "
.And watches the rise of the muddy: tide SHINGLES
Beach at 10:55; a. m., and at 1. 2'10, 3:15: ,
And he is as happy a King as king can be,
4:10 and G o'clock p, m. As he sails so merrily o'er the sea SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, WHITHER &. SGHUYLEB,
And boards the ships that inward sail,
Excursion to St. Mary's on Tuesday,
t m! Or stops them with his merry hail

4 May 11th. Of Lie to, you lubber! luff up and-dash, FRED W. HOYT & CO. '
!* i Steamer Thomas C-ollyer, leaving Centre
1 1. 1 street wharf at 12 o'clock. Tickets 50 cents ; While I come aboard and get your cash!" t.' :1/ { DJ NO. 47 CENTRE STREET.: -

children'half price. An opportunity fur a A happy man!-well, I should smile .tij ;

# nice sail on a comfortable boat. Is Captain King, of Tiger Isle. :; f!

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