Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 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
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VIII. FERNANDINA, FLAT: :, SATURDA>r,. :MAY 15, 1886. NO. 25.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. themselves into this condition being .mills, was killed in the ruins of his F. R.
quite unable to distinguish the color establishment and his partner, .Mr. -
The iron steed the of
way [The Traveler's Guide is
articles Moffatt hurt. A as the heading
To KEEP silver-plated of a piece of red cloth held up before was good many Past silver lakes, through groves of gold., indicates, intended as a means of infor-

bright, dip the articles occasionallyin them.. Sometimes the victim loses people, are reported missing who mayyet On lightning flashing chariot wheel ble mation to the traveling public. To be relia-
turn it should be correct. The of
of : up.SWELLING The new world moves mid things of old. managers
a solution hyposulphide his eyesight altogether. Although the different railroad and steamer lines will
like THE DEATH LIST. From fair Amelia's landlocked port greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
articles pitchersand
soda. Large smoking is, to a large extent, the KANSAS CITY May' '11 9 ix.- Unto the Southern mystic streams. by notifying us of changes made in the running -

salvers, should be wiped off cause of the malady, and so gives it The list of dead, .so far as, known p. is And from St John's {sthetic court rected.time] when they will be promptly ('01- .

with a rag dipped in the solution its name, Heavy drinking is also eleven children and one teacher at To where the Chattahoochee gleams ; --

and dried with a soft towel. By rubbing partly: responsible. the Lathrop school, six killed at the Here And lowland winter fruitage yields, TRANSIT & PENINSULAR: RAILROAD.,

with piece of chamois leather ----- --- overall factory four killed at Smith vegetation none compare' ; Day Passenger Train lCflfes-
& :Moffat's There undulating cotton fields For Cedar Key and Wild wood and ,
spice factory, including
will be as bright as new. DEATH IN A WIND'S WAKE. Health and all points Transit
they Mr. Smith eritf peace plenty everywhere.The on Road.10.10. a. m.
; Depu"tSS Dough-
ACCORDING to the American Rail- KANSASCITY, :Mo., May 11, 5 p. M. erty and Deputy Recorder Hedgeswere pioneer of this warm clime Savannah and .and all points) North .
The first that did a.m.
wind and rain traffic free
-A fearful storm of ,
roader it costs a little more than killed at the court-house. (connecting at Callahan.
swept over this city to-day, continu- :r. known be in- Crowned with the laurel, as with time, For Tallahassee,Pensac'ola,and all
twenty cents a mile to run a locomotive from 11 o'clock until noon. The Thirty persons are to For sceptre now the garden,Key, points on the Florida Central &
8 centsof jured at the buildings named, some The unto this Western Railroad................. ...10.10a.m.
the Nearly gates tropic zone,
on average. court house on Second street was to- of whom are fatally hurt. Mayor (connecting at Baldwin.) :
fuel 71 cents for ofengineer demolished above the second Shine brightest in Floridian fame ; x'
this is for pay tally Livermore and Lieutenant T. H. Day Passenger Train Im: t'es- "
cent for oil story. First Fernnndina, corner stone, From Cedar Key, ,Wildwood, and -
and fireman \ United States
,The school building Young, engineer, were That deep-sea commerce doth proclaim.The all points on the Transit Road.. 4.00 p. m
and waste, and more than 4$ cents!: Lathrop on both hurt. The same tornado visited double gates at Jacksonville, From Savannah and all points in
Eighth street, was partly wrecked, Lea enworth and did an immense the North and West. 4.00 .ra.
for repairs. A ton of coal will run a and many children were caught in With avenues to East and West, From Tallahassee Pensacola. and
of damage but far
24 miles of oil amount so as To cities that from hill to hill all points on the Florida Central
locomotive a pint the ruins.
known only one life was lost. Invite to action or to rest & Western Railroad................ 4.00 p.m.
will 11 miles and a pound of An overall factory on Second
run ,
There in creation's Night Passenger Train leaves
grand display,
street was blown down. THE PROPERTY ,LOSS SMALL. For Wildwood.
waste 123 miles. A gate unto Orlando leads, 4.10p.m.
The old water works building, KANSAS CITY, May 11. 11:30 P. M. For Savannah and all points North
The T. O. & A.
made is avenue and .
THE deepest boring yet near the court house was blown 4.10 p.n1
-The loss of property is dispropor- ,
Its cabalistic signet reads. (connecting at Callahan.)
to be at.., Schladebacli near the, down ,
;: tionately small compared with the
The pass unto the) garden gates Night Passenger Train arrives
line between Leipsic and Corbetha., At the Western Union Telegraph loss of life. The da11age .is roughly Are now dispensed by ticket men From Cedar Key, Wildwood and

Prussian Office but one ,wire is working out estimated at $15 \;000 portion' of all points on the Transit Road10.10 a. m.
It has been made by !the In every place throughout the States, From Savannah and all in
of the Communication has ; / points
city. covered :
Government for the purpose of as- which is by'storm insur- Stamped with the sign F. R. & N. the North and West.......10.10 a. hi .
been established with St..Louis '
over ances. The storm is generally con- OLD SAINT BRIDE. From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and

certaining the presence of coal, and that wire by way of Dallas, Galveston sidered a hurricane, and not a- tornado Gainesville, April 80, 1886. all points on Florida Central &

was bored with diamond drills. Its New Orleans and Memphis.One or cyclone. l It was a tremen- Western Railroad....................10.10 a. m.

depth is 1,390 metres, or 4,560 feet, span at the north end of the dous gale of wind with a flooding The Cost of It. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

inches railroad bridge across the Missouri rainfall. lleagerrcports; indicate Just now bass ,fishing in the surf on the Train leaves daily except Sunday-
its breadth at the bottom two For Jacksonville................. .. ..
river was blown] into the river, block- that a number places: in 'Kansas south end of Amelia Island is very, good. ... 7.00 a. m.

and at the top eleven inches. The :. ing the Hannibal and St. Joseph, were more or less damaged by the and creating a good deal of interest amongour For Train Jacksonville arrives daily., except Sunday-2.45'p-m.

temperature at the bottom indicates Rock Island, Wabash and Kansas storm, though but little loss of life or local fishermen. A reporter of the I From Jacksonville....................11.00 a. m.

118 Fahr. City, and St. Joe and Council Bluffs personal injury occurred. Mirror, who caught the fever,.sought some From S1lntla1onz Jacksonville., ........... 6.10p.m.

roads. .- information from some of the more experienced /-
MR. JOHN ROGERS, of Mansfield, FOUR OF ONE FAMILY DROWNED. The information From Jacksonville a. m.
BRINGING OUT THE DEAD. -V sportsmen From Jacksonville. 6.45 p.m.
Mass. had a throat gargle com is rather to the. of For Jacksonville .
PARSONS, KAN.J May 11.Four gathered startling as 7.00 a.m.
taken of
Eight girls have been out '
pounded at a druggist's the other the overall factory four of whom are persons were drowned yesterday in the sport, and he prudently abandoned the For Jacksonville ... 4.00 p. m.

it home the Nevoho river at. Maguire's Ferry. idea. The following itemized bill for a MALLORY LINE.
day. When carrying dead. Many others are in the ruins ,
all party of five was what knocked him out : For 'New York direct, Wednesday
They belonged to >one family. every
bottle exploded, and everything that but there is scarcely hope for their and Saturday evening .
Lines sinkers and hooks. $6 50'
" .., thecompound touched was burned.. lives. In the confusion it is impos- They on being&ferried over ....'..... 2.00 From New York direct every: Tuesday
sible to ascertain'' definitely the ex- the river while ;a gale was blowing.The Lunch .;. 5 00' and.Friday,eveing, at3.00: p.m.

It turned out that the clerk had tent of the calamity but*It, is. said, wind tipped:.he ferry boat at Sundries, "bait.. ,. ., 12 50 SEA-ISLAND ROUTE. ,
instead of ; tha' .',Wagon hire for one day...,. ...,.v.5:OO. ,
used aquafortis aqua pura, that over twenty employes are' im such atir angle, 'ttbe.wagon'team! ; ; ; ; -*,- -' Stcamcr': i1'icti0lay J 'frov l'e 7rin.f.::: s "n "
or pure water, and that the aqua prisoned the basement of the fac and the people all went over, and Total....................$31'00. Savannah Wednesdays: and Fridays at 11 a; m.; leaves
Kline his Mondays and Thursdays.;
two and brother-
fortis, in composition with glycerinein -. It seems that (whether from the quality of

the made tory.The disastrous fury of the storm in-law, named Cox, were drowned. the bait or the nneveness of the ground on CUMBERLAND ROUTE.
prescription, somethingabout Steamer Thos. Collyer for Brunswick
was confined to the north end of the The ferryman" rescued Mrs. Kline the south point, he was not informed;) an daily ., -
like nitro-glycerine. 3.00p.m.
city, except in the destruction of the and one child. accident happened to the vehicle,and the (connecting at Brunswick withE.

A SPANISH VESSEL laden with molasses Lathrop school building on Eighth --- --- ----- following additional bill of 'expense was T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern

went ashore on the Florida street, and buildings generally, excepting The Allllen Road. presented and paid after the trip : Steamer and Western Thos.Collyer.from points.) Brunswick -

those mentioned, withstoodthe After many vicissitudes, we believe the For setting a new axle................$ 1 00 daily .
coast some days ago, and-all but one new Southern air line is at last fairly underway a new spring.......1 25 p.m

of the crew escaped thanks to the fury of the storm. At 3 o'clock, and we may possibly see this great mending brace.................... 1 00 ST. MARTS RIVER.
as nearly as could be learned amid new axle boxes.................... 1 00 Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
assistance of the residents of that the intense excitement and confu- link between the North and South com- axle ,75 For St. Marys and Crandall,TUESday -

pleted by November 1st. single and cross bar.............. 3 00 and Friday....................... 3.00 p.m.
neighborhood. When the wreck sion, about twenty persons were The names of the parties furnishing the new cushion....................... 3 00 For St. Marys and Dungcness, on

broke up and casks of molasses began known to be dead. capital has not been made known, but it 1 neck yoke........... .............. 2 75 Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p. m.
At the Lathrop school eleven chil- yet 1 pole strap.......................... 75 For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
to come.ashore, the captain and dren dead. is known that they are persons of ample drayman after disabled wagon 450 Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.

the crew stood by with axes and were reported means, are connected with large railway interests wagon after party................. 3 00Total. Steamer Martha arrives
UNSAFE STRUCTURES.Of and fully determined to .build the From St. Marys and Crandall, on
broke them up as fast as they came .$22 00 Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00a.m.
the four buildings wrecked all line, confident of obtaining a large share of From St. and
Marys Dungeness,
within reach, refusing even the were more or less unsound. The the public patronage. The line will run Making a grand total and of $53 00. Resultof on Wednesday and Saturday.... 9.00 a.m

empty casks to the men who so recently school building has been twice con- from Millen to Jesupt-and from Jesup toHart's catch, one sea bass two sharks. From St.\lary'sand: King's. Ferry,
before to the south and ...
Young man you go Tuesday Friday. 2.00p.m.
Road, via St. Mary's.This .
helped save their lives.New demned, and the court house by end and deliberate the cost.
considered unsafe. No last location, so long in do tut. has
York Sun. many was one The City Government.
was killed except in these four been happily decided in favor of our neigh- The best 50 cent Colored Bordered Quiltin

MR. JOHN L. SULLIVAN droppedinto houses. boring town. The line will pass a little to the State for the money, atMODE
:\Iayor-James McGiffin.
the Chicago Police Headquarters The storm, although entailing such the west of the present town and, crossingthe Marshal-Stephen Morris.

one night last week, and ex- heavy loss of life, was nothing in the river at Rose's Bluff, skirt the bluff in a Clothing.Just Clerk-George E. Wolff.
southeasterly direction until our Florida received, a fine line of Youths' and A&lessor-John Stays.
nature of the tornado that visited the
pressed a desire to see the four arrested Railway & Navigation system is struck in Boys' Spring Clothing, fine goods. Prices C.olJector-Oli'Ver S:Oakes.
three vio-
city years ago. was a low. J. & T. KY DD. Treasurer-Thomas Kydd.
Anarchists. His the of..Hart"sRoad.On very
request was lent wind, accompanied by a flood neighborhood Board of Aldermen-G. F. A very. Presi-

at once granted, and; after walking of water and some hail, which turned dit that some of our most enterprising Notice. dent; G. Stark, R. E. Robinson, W.Dorsey,
Fernandina citizens are already 'making Reuben Walker:B. MacDonald, R. Wilkerson -
slowly by the cells and looking many streets into rivers. preparations to avail themselves of the Notice is hereby given that all vessels arriving P. Kelly, Charles H. Berg.
Signs shutters chimneys etc. mag- at this port on or after the first day Standing committees of the Council :
closely at the prisoners he turned to ,
nificent site furnished by the bluff (the
On Finance Laws Ordinances
of May, 1886, will be required to undergo ; on and ;on
blown with the and
the admiring policemen who sur- were gale, a highest river front .with one exception in inspection at Quarantine. That is,all coast- Rules; on Printing; on Taxes and Licenses:

rounded him and remarked Well number of vehicles were overturned Florida), on which they design to erect wise vessels or steamers will be inspected at G. Stark, Chairman, Aldermen Berg and
: in the streets. Black clouds that Upper Quarantine at or near quarantine Robinson.On .
is them the fellers that's bin killin' rolled the created highly ornamental cottages of the most ap- station on Tiger Island ; all vessels arriving Streets and Drains ; on Public Im-
over city almost ,proved :and und rthe most favor- and
pattern, from foreign ports at Lower Quarantine provements ; on Lamps Lighting
everybody ? I'd like to take a con- the darkness of night, and made able circumstances as? to natural'.surround Ground, inside the Sound buoy. The quar- Streets ; on City Property; on Scavenger

tract to lick de hull party." timid ones crouch in terror in cel- ings, and start new town on .the heights antine grounds will extend from a point opposite Work : P. Kelly, Chairman, Aldermen
station on Tiger Island to the buoy in Stark and Robinson.On .
lars. The streets were entirely deserted overlooking the picturesque windings of the '
Fire Police CharlesH.
the Sound. Department; on :
IT has been found by Dr. Tait that and in some instances horses Belle river with the happy appellation H. J. BAKER, Berg,Chairman, Aldermen Walker and

the ear in women can perceive higher were seen wandering about attachedto Monte Rose." Secretary of Board of Health. Wilkerson.On .
vehicles and seeking refuge from Fernandina, Fla.,:April 29. 1886. Poor; on Cemetery ; on Wharves and
notes, that is, sounds, with a List of Letters Slips: R. E. Robinson, Chairman and Al- .
the pelting storm.
dermen Berg and Dorsey.
greater number of vibrations per Remaining in the post-office at Fernandina, Sealed ProposalsWill

second, than the ear in man. The SCHOLARS DEAD. Nassau county, Florida, May '15th, ,1886. be received by undersigned until 12
KANSAS CITY, :May 11, 7 p. M.- Persons calling for these letters must say o'clock noon on Tuesday, May 4th, 1886 for DR. FRASER'S DISPENSARY,
highest limit of human is
hearing The Lathrop school building advertised : performing the day scavenger work of the
somewhere} between 41,000 and 43- was Arre, Miss Holden, Ch J city, as follows: FOR THE
surmounted by a tower with a heavy Burnett, George Headen, Palle Specifications-The removal of all garbagethat BENEFIT OF THE NEEDY,
000 vibrations per second. Few per- bell. This tower was blown over Brand, Wni Johnson, MolHe! may accumulate in and around dwel-
have and the' bell went through the roof Brinson, Brady Jones, Gilbert lings and stores and all other buildings;' WHERE ALL WORTHY POOR PEO-
sons equal sensibility to acute receive medical advice and
Belcher. Co Lippincott Samuel : also, dead animals and poultry ; also, the
sounds in both ears, the right ear carrying down the different floors to Benjamin, Frankladies, Jacob trimmings of trees of all kinds within the medicine free of charge. .
the basement. The house was Council,John Malee. Jack city limits. The occupants or owners of lots Open every Satnrday from 9 to 12 m.
usually hearing a higher note than crowded with children. Twelve of Corcorane, Michael McRobinson, Jas and buildings are to deliver the garbage in: Corner Fourth and Broome streets. 1m

the left. The lowest. continuous Clarke, Tolisy Olds Wilbur J boxes or barrels outside of the sidewalk, except -
these have been taken out of the Damson:: Abraham Stoddart Minnie the trimming of trees, which will have Notice.
sounds have about sixteen vibrations ruins dead. Many others are. in- Duffleld. E Tyson, Kittie to be taken from the piles. Such garbage The City Tax Collector's office will beat E.
jured. The overall factory Floyd, William wheatney, Joseph must.be taken to the dumping ground desig- 0. Friend's store. Third and Centre streets,
per second. was Farland, E Me Wilder, Caroline nated by the Committee on Streets and Sani- until further notice.. 0. S. OAKES,
TOBACCO leveled with the ground. Deputy Foard, A J Wray, Sadie tarv Work, and there burned. Under the Collector.
BLINDNESS: is becoming a Sheriff Dougherty was killed in the Govin Emeliaorkes, LeoN word "garbage" it is understood that offals I I Fernandina, Fla., :April i 14,1886.

common affliction. At present there court-house. Judge Stover had ad- Hackless, George Williams, JeniahS. from shops factories, or buildings in pro
T. RIDDELL, P. M. gress of construction, are not intended as FINE PRINTING: SEND YOUR
are several persons under treatmentfor journed court only a few minutes be- being included as garbage to be removed FOR to the MIRROR office.

it at one London hospital. It fore the building was wrecked. A I Call'-! nd examine our stock of Mens', under contract for day scavenger work.
portion of. the roof fell upon the Youths' and Boys' Clothing, consisting:: of The Council Reserves the right to reject
first takes the form of color blind- chair he had just vacated. Frank Seersuckers, Silk Pongees and Alpaccas that any or all bids. P. KELLY, rp HE JUR tOP. STEAM PRINTING
ness the sufferers who have smoked I are unsurpassed in quality and price,'at Chairman Sanitary Committee. J_ House is rioted for the artistic mannerin
I Smith, of Smith & Moffutt's spice MODE BROS" Fernandina, FIa.,>April 24, 188G. which it executes all kinds of Printing.





:qji I LOI'E'S A llITiniETIC.She I brothers and sisters had consigned her stopped to rethread her needle, of lected and placed tfr in 'a ; I From no one more fairy-like than-
to oblivion, and her name was omitted your aunt's plans, and she must know of loafers-ragged, Wilton herself. I am wintering
t Strolling was one o'er and the I was heather one., from her father's will. But a few that it might be greatly against her and boys-swooped Florence with a friend, the lad'
r Yet before the year was gone days before my story opens a sister, interest to oppose them." fair prey ; one seized ; us." ;;David glanced acroSs
We were one to ether.Love's the widow of a fabulously rich East There was another silence. another bore off his table toward a pornpous-lookinw
w fix I In the rule a queer of his arithnieticianP' addition Indian merchant, named Wilton, held At least"you will not decide in the :Macintosh ; a ,third in a plum-colored silk dress and
i f He lays down the proposition: out the golden sceptre of reconciliation matter tillyou have seen :Miss Balfour, spite of vigorous lace cap, and I know your aunt
=r i. One and one make one. and Mrs. :Murray touched it with David?" lieve him of the light :My friend and I are'in Venice
M She and I. alas! are two, trembling rapture. ll We are sisters," No I will not decide till I have small paper volume of a short holiday. Mrs, Wilton told
1 ..,. Having Since nothing unwisely else mated to do, graciously wrote Mrs. Wilton from seen her."' netian Life," which he that you were coming to the
i r r We were separated. Florence, where she was spendingsome And you will go to Florence ?" hand. Before the ,' and I determined to look
I Now would seem that by this action months, and it is time to forgetour David rose, walked to the window, ber of gondolas, their for,you. You wonder at my in-
r Each was made a simple subtraction fraction, differences." From this exordiumthe and looked out. But he saw nothing ; ing passengers with Well Mrs. Wilton told me
Yet 'tis held in
;,, One from one leaves two. widow passed to the narration ofa his thoughts were far away. Florence -i "Gondoli, Signori. "-in a tone of mock solemnity-!:
r Chicago News. family quarrel, which had indirect v was a fascinating name to the i gondoli." :Miss Balfourand, Miss Balfour
IiER ORDERS.- relation to the Murray inetrests. "II| untraveled lad ; he wished that his What hotel does the I happen to be great friends."
Irj she wrote errand there not unwelcome. mand?" asked What about Miss "
am greatly disappointed, was so Balfour? asked:
; .. In a shabby ground-floor room, in my nephew Tom-poor James' Yes, I will go," .he said slowly, gondolier, a huskily. Joyce had retired
4 .which contrived to do duty as study, son-who, till lately, managed my es- if I can reconcile myself to the tian, with the manners the background of his memory :
dining-room nursery and general sit tates in Devon and Somerset. He has thought that I am ousting my unknown "The' Angleterre,' '! was almost-angry with this beauti-
I ting-room of a vicarage in the East given me grave cause for displeasure, cousin Tom from my aunt's vid, with a series of ; stranger for bringing her again
ltbf t End of London, sat, one afternoon in and I have shut my doors upon him. favor." the meaning of the : prominence. He had sent away
1 i late autumn, a mother,and son. That This being the case, I am anxious to "Nonsense." The flying needle Wilton had furnished soup plate, half empty, and he
most pathetic form of poverty-the make the acquaintance of your eldest halted in mid-course. You are not of hotels worthy his an impatient refusal to a waiter
:.. kind which! is linked in indissoluble lad, who has received no benefits fromme ousting him ; he has already ousted different towns in approached with fish.
,It. union with gentility-had stamped and from whom, therefore, accord- himself. Don't be Quixotic, dear:" stay.Soon Oh, you know," with a gay laugh.
;: : this nondescript apartment for its ing to the way of the worldanger David sighed. His last hope of escape David was are going to Florence in the
@t own. The wall paper had seen better invested the writer's pen with un- seemed dissipated.Just the Grand Canal; under of conquering hero to carry
,;, ; f, days, and had lighted on exceptionally wonted sarcasm-" I expect the more at this moment the sound of the Rialto, past the fruit our heiress, Joyce Balfour."
i ; gratitude. You have not yet, I sup- fleet footsteps was heard, the door flew its wealth of grapes The laugh nettled David. He col
blackened' ; pose, seen your way to putting your open, and three or four children who beside world-famed crimson. It pleases you,"' he
i of its original pattern ; the drugget son into any profession. Well, Tom's had been passing-as marks of treacleon sance palaces. He crumbling his bread impatiently
was conspicuously darned in places, empty place as steward, may in time hands, faces and pinafores testifiedan last-in Venice the city speaking under his breath, to
condition recordedthe and after due suit him- half hour in the the whole had '
t where a threadbare preparation agreeable scene merry at my expense. But you
theof footsteps ; the horsehair who knows? I am resolved to take kitchen, appeared on the scene. Their i suddenly that he wrong in your statement. I don't
,'+ ,,,+a', seats of mahogany chairs were deplorably the lad. I even build castles in the advent was the signal for David's departure reality of his myself a conquering hero. I
,N,; ,, t,, ar worn at the edges, and the air for him, and have in my head a to his own room. All that day-after going to Florence, at Mrs.Wilton's
+. ,, ,, position of a railway rug in the very scheme for his marriage with my'hus A few days later the young man been deposited and a to make her niece's acquaint-
;'+1 ? centre of a forbidding looking sofa band's ward, Joyce Balfour, who lives started on his travels. In the excite- at the u Angleterre," on -nothing more. Probably I shall
4 suggested the idea that rents or stains with me and is my heiress. Send ment inseparable from a first foreigntour Schiavoni-David spent like :Miss Balfour, very probably
1 -- I probably lurked beneath its friendly your son to Florence, to pass the the object of his wanderings ing. He wandered, will not like me. Mrs. Wilton
shade. winter here, and to return with us in almost forgotten.* He went throughthe the magnificence of'its no right to"make schemes for other
; ,, Little folks had left, marks of their the spring to Devonshire. Let him usual vicissitudes of a long jour- down St. Mark's: without their consent, and
presence scattered here and there in spend what time and see what places ney. The usual important packagewas assiduous guides, who, proclaim those schemes as certain-
, ; ,,; ,:.- the room. On the sideboard was a ,, he likes on route. I inclose a check left behind and its absence, as nationality, addressed to all the world."
, pile of copy books, dog's-eared primers for his traveling expenses." usual, discovered'too late for.recovery. feit of his own tongue ; Dear, dear she doesn't proclaim
,;: ''f ; and story books, flanked by an atlas; Consciousness of the pique (arousedby The usual countings of handbags and Doge's Palace, schemes to all the world. How
from behind a sofa bolster peeped a Nephew Tom ") which obviouslylay wraps were performed, and then the galleries, and crossed you are I am, as I said, a
scantily attired doll, with solemn, at the bottom of this letter, did recountings, to make assurance doubly of Sighs into the prisons ; of the family ; it's only natural
staring blue eyes, hectic cheeks and a not disturb the pleasure with which sure. The usual sprightliness on self in the intricate Mrs. Wilton should be a little
; battered head, whereon bald patches Mrs. Murray received her sister's i boarding, and dejectedness leaving, :Merceria, and he to me."
; alternated with flaxen ringlets. overtures. She told herself, in her the packet were duly experienced.Then Piazza of St. Marks, Then the subject of Miss Balfour
., a f The house stood in a plot of unpro- simple piety, that Providence had came hurried meals at railway afternoon band. It allowed to drop. But other sub-
ductive land-by courtesy called a opened a way for the provision of her stations, then views of monotonous of a good day's work j presented themselves,and conver-
garden-which apparently furnished a i son ; she called on David to rejoice French landscape, with its inevitable took his seat that i was well sustained through the
recreation ground for a number of with her. long, straight rows of poplars, then d'hote, stifle :a hungry dinner. When at last the girl
'<' X3F& hens who the derived But David refused On of bolder of chalets his tired under she turned
at present moment to rejoice. glimpses scenery, legs to her neighbor with a
|,vi a strange enjoyment from occupying the afternoon when we find him in the and of snow peaks, and then Switzer- looked about him. little motion of the head-be-
r > &-, holes which they had scratched Whitechapel parlor his aunt's commu- land burst upon David's view. The usual Italian room, a bow and a nod-and passed
rV.fCra r, for themselves in the earth beneath nication was under discussion, and his young man had chosen the St. Goth- paper, its stove and its ; of the room in the company? of the
some decrepit shrubs. Beyond the contribution to the conversation was : ard route ; he had determined to avail there was the long in the plum-colored silk, who
,' N garden stretched the streets and lanes flavored with the spice of petulance.He himself of his Hunt's generosity, and central floral eyes.'c; the young man with a search
i I of Whitechapel. Ceaseless street cries was seated on a low chair at his to linger over his journey ;' in a letter glitter of gas ; there glance. David was astonished to
4. mingled with the rattle of wheels, the mother's.feet, his elbows on his knees, in which he announced his plans to English how voluble he had been.
p ,, a banging of omnibus doors and the his face in his hands and his eyes her he spoke of an intention to spenda other ,tongue. The that his exertions were over, he
ai., 1 ,.y jingling of tram-car beIls.cc Third fixed gloomily on the fire. One clausein couple of days at Lucerne, a few full on the Riva ; a what to do with himself,
1 ,. edition-Echo," shouted in shrill treble the letter-that relating to a pos- hours at :Milan and a week in Venice, peeped in through the when he should see the friendly
r ?t a sharp-looking youngster with a bun- sible marriage between Joyce Balfour the town which, above all others, appealed ,plaintive little voice again. He hung about the
dle of papers under his arms; Six and himself-had aroused his ire. to his poetic fancy. Excuse me.. Do ; she was not there. He
;- :&W ; for sixpence-cau-li-flowers," roared The young man's ideal of marriage The lad reveled in his new experiences. whether there is to be up to his bedroom, looked up
Sfes the deep bass of a costermonger ; a was high and pure ; to have it rudely His fellow tourists caught Grand Canal to-night? and pencil and began a sonnet
iviir,; 1 dustman, a knife-grinder, a shoe- broken in upon with mercenary sug- something of his enthusiasm ; every English in David's ear. a pair of blue eyes, left it unfin-
ll & W-I black. a cat's meat man, a fish stall gestions, and with. the threatened interposition day he made new friends., who parted the tone at once i and wandered out. The moon
fewaa keeper and other members of the itine- of a third person to regu- from him at night with flattering re nated his attention. I shining on the open water before
rant fraternity blended their voices in late his choice, was to the last degree luctance. Not only did the wonderful quickly down to a face Riva aegli Schiavoni ; the fishing
maddening chorus. distasteful to him. sights which met his eye delight and the blood with their picturesque sails,
, i .,j Nt r Within the Vicarage, mother and Who is this Joyce Balfour,mother?" David : in his voung freshness he face with a rush. The out in silver light. But David
son, heedless of the distracting sounds, asked David, tossing aside the momen- thoroughly enjoyed the importance of the question was his not linger-as he once would have
were engaged in earnest conversation.The tous letter. ordering beds and meals or payingscores a young girl, the owner -to dream over the scene ; he
mother, a middle-aged lady, with "I know little more of her than at foreign inns. At last Italywas tractive face that David : on to the frequented Piazza of
; Yr a careworn, refined face, diligently your aunt tells us, dear ; she was Mr. reached ; at.last Milan lay like a From beneath a mass Mark. There he watched the
s darned a small: sock which stood Wilton's ward, is rather younger than dream behind him, and one early brown hair looked a passing up and down, or,
greatly in need of her services ; the you, I fancy, and I have heard that morning found him sleeping fitfully riest, brightest blue outside the cafes, the officers
son, a young man of about three and she has considerable property. When in a railway carriage and nearing world. The nose, with their jingling swords, the flower
& A twenty, with a slim, lithe figure and a she inherits my sister's estates, in ad- Venice. At five o'clock he awoke, dency to turn the artists'models, the ladies,
' boyish, handsome, sensitive face, me- dition to her own, she will be enor- rubbed his eyes, opened the window, dimpled chin, and the newspaper vendors, the match
chanically watched her flying needleas mously rich. Your aunt '\...-with a and looked out. The edge of a Handbag with its sweet red lips, and the barefooted searchers for
he listened or replied.Mrs. slight pause and a wistful look in which had very poorly played the ture which dazzled ends. He did not tell himself
:Murray was wife of the vicar David's direction was always fond part of a pillow during the short David. it was in search of one face that
of St. Stephen's, Whitechapel, an of match-making. If her fancy for an night, had left proof of its insuffic- '* I-I-don't know, scanned each group of promenaders
.",r,' : ; ; eldealy scholarly, unsuccessful clergyman engagement between you two young iency in the cramped condition of The ways of this idlers. But, as in passing one of
whose means were'wholly'ina e- people should be realized your fortune David's neck. The young man was me; I only came tables before the Cafe Florian, he
',A.. quate to meet the claims, made on him would be made, David." sleepy and cold ; circumstances were morning." Then he sight of the lady who had ac
., I by a numerous family. ,The"son- c{ But don't want my"fortune to be not favorable to his first impression of soup, feeling strangely him at' table d'hote, and who
i < David by name-had early developed made-after that fashion," cried the the approach to Venice. It was with barrassed. now sipping coffee and talking
,,.4 A. "lt intellectual tastes; his expensesIII at young man, hotly. What do Iknow some sense of dreariness that David Indeed Do you her friend, he felt somehow as if
school and college had been defrayedby and what do I care about Miss Balfour found himself in a waste of water. main long ?" The long search had been rewarded. He
yI ; ; a wealthy eccentric kinsman of his ?." Before him, behind him, and on either in its frank his hat and passed on, blushing
mother. The youth turned out shy,, She will be enormously rich," side, gray water:stretched out to meeta trast to David's own. a girl when he received a respon-
studious and dreamy, the possessor of ,urged the mother, falling feebly backon gray,' cold morning sky ; no land was' perhaps, the manner bow and smile. Then he walked
an' enthusiasm, for poetry, but of little her first point.. "I should be gladto visible. He was on the bridgeninemiles by ladies in addressing back down the Riva to 1m
., practical ability, and of no instinctive know, you were saved from a poor long-which connects Venice the'other sex, but its sat up.late over'his'' sonnet, tore
k knowledge of the world. When, with man' portion, David, for I have with the mainland. In a short time in it nothing deserving up in angry discontent and fell
r.t the attainment of the Newdigate learned from experience how hard it is the forms of towers and clustering adjective fast:" to dreaming of an animated
and a good degree, his college careercame to struggle against poverty." The houses began to reveal themselves "About a week. and a pair of bewitching, bright
to an end, and the time' arrived mother laid down her sock and against the horizon ; the train whizzedon Florence." eyes.
, :when aid in the 'adoption of a calling glanced appealingly toward the,young and presently the city of the "To Florence !" The days passed quickly. It was
, ,, would have been highly acceptable,, man, who responded with a frown. Adriatic lay, broad and clear, before on ,David a rapid., autumn weather. Every
, 1 the relation's assistance was caprici David was young, and he had dreams David's eyes. The young man held Why I believe,' she David visited,in obedience to
; ously withdrawn. David :Murray re of an affluent position, to be won, not his breath as he gazed. But a railway laying down her spoon in his guide book, some fa
turned home ; and doubt reigned by a mercenary marriage, but by literary- station ''is the last place for sentimen- an amused little laugh churches and palaces, or he
i under the paternal roof with regard to I ary achievements. But he could not talism and before the platform of the who you are." his way to the studio of a
; 1, his prospects in life.. His father shook brag of his spurs before he had won Venetian railway station the train Who am I ?" artist; every ,afternoon he fol
his head dubiously when the young them ; he grew silent. came, in a few minutes, to a standstill. Yes. How odd his own sweet will, strayed
4 : man bashfully professed himself a, We have no right to assume Romance hasn't a chance against its have come upon you the narrow streets, listened .to
'- ; wooer of the muse and expressed a de mother," he burst forth at length, his arch-enemy, steam," thought David are :Mrs. Wilton's voluble sellers and the deprecia-
sire. to follow the' vocation of a poet. slumbering chivalry awakening a as he jumped to the ground, mustereda :Murray.'' buyers at the shops and stalls
I r Poetry doesn't pay, even when the new life, that :Miss Balfour would accept few words of stumbling Italian, embellished Did you gain that the Rialto, and tried his own in
t writer is a genius, and-you are not a, the honor of an alliance with with French, and with their j t mation from your hand at a bargain, or per-
4 genius,. you know, David," said the ,myself, even if I were. inclined to offer aid placed himself under the protec-i David ,had sufficiently he took a gondola,and was rowed
' '
$$8 1 'clergyman, with sorrowful candor. it:" tion of a porter, a red-haired,. well- i shyness to venture on, the Lido or some other island of the
!1, Mrs. :Murray belonged to a wealthy Mrs. Murray smiled. She took up built fellow, with a face like an old pleasantry, and some returning at sunset when then
i family who had taken umbrage at her her work. again. Miss Balfour is Venetian picture. The Englishman's : tion of the admiration and crimson of the sky were re-
marriage with a poor. parson. Her probably aware," she said, as she registered luggage was quickly col- found its.way, into his in the water. At table d'hote

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be related his adventures to'his neighbor :My expenses. at Venice must be refunded LAKE'S NATURE'S :TARRANTS 3W.n* -=-':*-*' '. -''',t

who interrupted hini with merry -somehow- with a ,grim 1 L J CURE FOR EFFERVESCENT SELTZER. ((;) -g5': M'7- '

questioning and who sometimes, if she smile. '* You are going .to-morrow; M 4 APERIENT. do'' cc...,.=... ..
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happened to be in a communicativemood then' I leave the same day for Lon- J JEWElRY".STORE CONSTIPATION.,pleasant form of a powder,produc- a....C'I: = r ::
with don.- .. :: "
to respond narra- _
deigned .
ing when dissolved in v.,
water E i1ro.c
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tions of her own doings. All daylong Good gracious !1" The girl. raised H- .. .. ," -*. 1 vesting an exhilarating draught, recommended ,cfler--, ,.J; g. = : .

David looked forward to the tete- herself from her stooping position. by our best Phys- <- I '.
Offers for the Holidays fine ,
approaching .
a icians as a reliable aud 2L ,. ,.
a-tete of the dinner hour. Every How changeable and incomprehensible assortment of Solid and Rolled agreeable remedy. It cures' =_-: .:::__ '
evening he went to the Piazza and you are What has happenedsince .Joe Q' Constipation, cures Indi- :: :::- :: c-.

marched up and down. in solitary you left home to change your tr :mvv :m.L. FI.-y-' $ :I .,"<,; gestion cures Piles, cures, cures Dyspepsia Heart-, co5 OSS"5>> *C *=-'X'-:":, -.r.: *==-
J' :
state, his eyes 'continually traveling in plans so suddenly bumcuresSick Headache, S'g.K.: --cr.Rsr2 1
cures Liver Complaint ::: 1 :::;:
one and the same direction' or he Everything has happened' :!" Half Ladies and Gentlemen's lek.eadae cures Sick Stomach and -.() : ix :?s15IH

t. a table at the cafe where he mechanically Hera had moved on a f gently urges nil the excre-
sought tory organ to a ac .
AND proper
could furtively watch his new friend, few paces, and David walked beside Gold Silver Watches tion. It should be found "--t-:: .:.: ':.
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who was pretty sure to be in sight.In her. They descended the bridge.steps O Y S P E P S I A. in carried every by household every traveler.and o 7ti(I -.::::: ....:.. :-:'r"-. P-3? S tt,4;:4
he and made their slowly along the CLOCKS OF ALL HINDS, :: "'I-
to'Whitechapel _
his letters never way Sold by Druggists everywhere. ,m, (-0 t) =-::; (I .
mentioned her. For thing river. =, "C7yvr.: '
once one Silver Ware in Large Variety, -;..;.: C' ra, ; ,-., .... -
know of-a wQ
be did not know her name. Once, in of-you spoke I Ij THRESHINuMACHINES: ::,.Cu: =-_ a
matrimonial scheme for which II I d .... ) .
a fit of more than ordinary curiosity, me was -Sl.ECT.\.CLES. ;, --1- .. >-w
he had cursorily glanced through a the cause of 1frs.Vilton's invitation. Simplest; Most Dura- (_) ':; () ...L
r- (') 20c
list of names in the "Vi itors' Book," When I_ left home I was free; it was at REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT ble.Grain Economical.; Cleans it Ready and Perfect for Market.in nse. Wastes no --U n (I> tQ x)

but among them all how could he distinguish least possible that an introduction to REASONABLE RATES. Threshing Engines & Horse Powers -. .-..-2....... .-...<0: ;

the one in which he was interested Miss Balfour might, if my advances v_ : ::-:. -S Q
No Fancy Prices.to Pay for Style. Saw Stills and Standard Implement 111
the -
end in
? The ladies were known by proved acceptable, accom-
by the waiter fraternity of the hotel as plishment of my aunt's scheme. Now ;7clf" Call and examine my stock. B. FARQUHAR, :-s:- iS5.gr t'>)

le&l dames du numero vingit-cinq, the all that possibility is over." Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, York, Pa. -.. -,...:;:'CJ-c-s7(t) :: L.
number of their sitt.ingroom.Vhen Why over?" WM. LAKE, -"'. ....-.:) = 0 C2
to his David had I am not free now," cried the University of Virginia. (): SiS-::
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speaking: r.-
Centre Street. '. : = .... P,
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"Since ..
had at his tongue's tip a downright young man, passionately.: == 0 -
Fernandsna, Xov. 14, 1885.SOMETHING .. The Sixty.Third<< Session BEGINS OC. C'"=-!:
question concerning her name, have met you I have learned that :Miss'' TIBER 1, 1886. Thorough instruction in :::. omcRH

but he had hitherto been too shy to Balfour and 'I could never, at best, be Literary, Scientific andProfessional -:::: Z-"'o: ':": :;:.--.00-- W
NEW :5r7Op ;
utter it. He fully intended to be more to each other than good friends. 00 _-.>?,..

bolder one day. Meanwhile, in his An inscrutable expression came into Departments.For a:: .=.. u.-)''=- ".:.,., W
verses-she had found her way into the girl's face. She stood still and Faculty Catalogue. apply to the Secretary. of the 0.. ,' :: ';""Z

most of his verses written at this eyed her companion searchingly. a 1T1HEe; l jTeNOV: : i e P.O. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, VA. ,:'

fanciful "Surely she said "if r! I-I.' ':.'.:"' ,. ,, --I
period-he chose, for some you oppose DVERTISERS!Lowest rates for advertis- ,"- -- I
reason of his own, to call her' Hera." I your aunt's plans you will injure your -IXWINDOW TO ing in 791 good newspapers sent free. Ad- ..> .',..' t.. .. ,': ,;. .':. '..'_ .
dress Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 10 Spruce St., N.Y.vv :
It turned out that the length of the i irirt's prospects for life. SHADES.; 1 ,1 '' ,- ,_.
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in Venice was identical withDavid's Yes, answered David, with sim- ; .
< stay ..A..r :m :D .
S J i Lk ;! ; I
candor. : mother will
;they were both to leave on. ple My
she had ,
hoped so
sorely disappointed --
the same day. ALL ,G feet Xickle
3 feet wide by long;
On the last evening in Venice. David much from my aunt's new interest in Trimmed Stop-Spring Roller, rood grade of White 1 Egret and Heron Skins THE

and Hera found themselves walking me: I am sorry for my 'mother, but I Holland, with handsome: 'Pull-Down, at the ,. 'f FLORIDA't< i
don't fear the future for myself if"- astonishingly low price of In Large Quantit es. Address
together, and actually unaccompanied, IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
along the piazza. :Mooning along inI I David broke off. JB@-FIFTY CENTS EACH.=a Z-EWZSOHIT: : & CO., i rrO\VN

Won't wait till see Miss in different Colors- 227 Pearl Street, New York.
this unusual fashion, the young man you you These Shades come Fcrnamlimi,
had happened to brush against the Balfour before you decide on opposingyour Drab, Crown, Olive, Green, etc.

ladies; as both he and they were aunt's views ?" -ALSO- fw ANTED. I Towns on R. R. Line.

bound for the Angleterre," it was "Why should I see her? (vehem- A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE, And Cedar

natural that should walk to- ently). The very thought of Miss Key.
they On Hartshorn's: Patent Stop-Spring Roller. 10,000 Cases of Headache, Dyspepsia,
gether.But. Balfour is hideous to me. Across the Curtain about nine inches from Chills and Fever, to cure with Dr. D. Dyer
the elderly lady of the company And how shall you explain your the bottom,is stamped in Gold Fancy Dado, &; Son Pills. Free sample to all. AddressDR.

was presently pounced upon byan change of plans to Mrs. Wilton ?" nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for D. DYER & SON, Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large'

Italian countess, who insisted on Explain I shall write and tell JS3 SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACH ---_0- Burnham, :Me.

monopolizing her attention. David her the truth-shall" say that I havemet all Complete, with Handsome Pull-Down. R. 1TS-rJ: :N, number of the most eligible and desirable

moved on with Hera ; he could hear a you. JT.. KYDD.SEAISLAND Lots,suitable for Business Purposes, or for
ceaseless stream of foreignsoundingEnglish The girl's lips parted in a curious

flowing on behind him. smile ; she stood stock still, facing David 11OUTE. Tin Sheet-Iron, WareAND City or Suburban Residences

A strange silence came over the in the moonlight.Vhom shall .DEALER IN UPON EASY TERMS.
Intently-almost breath- you say that you have met ?" she

youngman.lessly-he watched his companion.She asked, lifting her eyes suddenly to hercompanion's THE KEY LINE- STEAMER- 1ALOJ rrl B nQ ffi x T VB Liberal Discounts on Values allowed

had drawn off one of her gloves ; face. ,
.' I-I-don't know thousand parties engaged in manufacturing indus-
on one of her fingers was a ring, witha ; a

forget-me-not in turquoises. David times I have wanted toask your name. rial
enterprises, who will erect on the property -
wondered, with a touch of utterly unreasonable Will you tell it me now ? faltered '

jealousy, whose hand had David,humbly. tr, i purchased substantial improvementsfor

placed it there. The silence seemed "To be sure. I am Joyce Balfour." i
residence, or in which to conduct their
oppressive to the girl. Let us hurry "Joyce Balfour !I" If a thunder- ST. NICHOLAS .,wnu wmimd n 0k

toward the Riva and see the moon- bolt had fallen at David's feet he CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. business.

light on the water,"she said.c Moonlight could hardly have been more as- INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
the of tounded. If ever he were dumb-
on water is most correct
all Venetian beauties." fQunded in his life, he was so at this k by exemption for a term of years from

David tried to shake crisis of his fate. -
taxation, offered by the several cities and
off his aciturnity-to emulate his A merry laugh recalled his wander PLYING regularly between Fernandina M S -r

companion's gayety. But the attempt ing. Yes, I am Joyce Balfour and schedule Savannah upon the following towns. Apply to

ended in failure; he was obviouslydull }'Irs.Vilton's ward ; it is 1Irs.Vilton LEAVE: FERXANDINA every Sunday, CHAS. W. LEWIS
and miserable.Oh with whom I am staying at the Angle- Tuesday and Thursday, upon arrival of Of the Latest and :Most Approved Patterns. Fernandina.. '

the beauty of the evening-an terre. I never expected to remain un- morning train from Jacksonville, arrivingat 'JI S9"" Office. Dur)'ee building (up stairs)
Savannah the following mornings. COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL RIBS,
evening never to pass from David's known to you so long ; men are so slowat LEAVE SAVANNAH every Monday corner Centre and First streets.!

memory. How grand and solemn the guessing; a woman would have Wednesday and Friday evenings, reaching LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, ;

Ducal palace looked in the moonlight found us out long ago. Why, there Fernandina the following mornings. '
Connections at Savannah with all rail WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. !
how still was the water, how sweetlycame were a thousand ways of learning our lines and with Ocean and Boston '
Steamship ..;' _;..:'.., d; 't.' -{ ..<; ,'i ":;"
the sound of singing voices from names, and I often wondered why you & Savannah vessels to and from New York DRIVEN WELLS SPECIALTY

, the Grand Canal On the top of the didn't ask me mine downright. Whenwe and Boston, and at Fernandina with trains -
for all Florida" points. AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
steps of one of many bridges on the first heard that you were going to A. o. MACDONELL, TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled.

Riva both walkers me simultaneouslyto stay in Venice I persuaded lIrs.Vil- Gen. Pass.& TktAgt., Wind :Mills for pumping water or running

a standstill. ton to come over here and make your Fernandina, Fla. light machinery promptly erected on order.
under the It D. E. MAXWELL, ) Church, Factory and School Bells for sale
So this is our last evening in Ven- acquaintance rose. was General Superintendent, /
at a bargain.
ice 1" said the girl, resting her arms on no more pleasant to me than to you, Fernandina, Fla. 9-'Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
I :
the top of the bridge and looking mu- I can tell you, to be under orders mat- All goods delivered at the various trans- fammALL

singly down into the water. rimonial to Mrs. Wilton. I was no JA_ :RYQERp; portation stations within the city free of
All sales for cash.
Why do you tell me that? Surely more willing to accept your advances -PRACTICAL- CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.

I know it," burst out David, savagely.The than you were to offer them. At FIRST-CLASS
Fernandina Fla.
girl glanced up, startled by the least I wanted, before we were formally

sharpness of his voice. introduced, to know you for myself in BROOME AND SECOND STS. -- Stoppers$ : Eoiieep it for Sale

\What's the matter?" my own way; to see you and talk with
Ah me! Sic transit gloria mundi." you when you were off your guard.It I and all work entrusted to my care
"I beg your pardon." is, of course, for you to say -with promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work carefully -
,' arch in David's direction done at reasonable rates. WoodWork
I beg yours; I was quoting Latin. an glance
in all of its branches, at living prices
whether will abide decision
What I want to say is that-that- you by your and at short notice.HorseShoeing. I

!the prospect of bidding you good-by to return to England tomorrow.But A

is-wen-js the reverse of an enliven- at least, sir "-with a saucy smile a Specialty. learn the exact cost

ing one to me." and a bright look in the blue eyes- _#i t"Furniturcrepaired, repainted,stainedor .an .

How solemn 1 you are," with a "you will please apologize very short varnished.notice. Wire. Safes made to order at jf proposed line of
laugh.'c for no reason at all.We humbly for your assurance .in stating A share of the public patronage solicited. TO PARENTS.

shall often meet again." before my very.face that the thought of Respectfully, advertising in American
J. A. RYDER. are pernicious
Many baking powders very
Balfour is
to '
"Shall we? David leaned his Joyce you. to health, and while every one regards his
We that David's he should also have a care.for the tender
elbow on the top of the bridge ; he suppose apology FOR SALE papers by addressing own ones-the little children.
bent his head down close to the girl's; proved an ample one. At any rate we .

her hair almost brushed his cheek. know that a year after the events related -THE- .1eo. P. Rowell & Co., SEA FOAM i

Of course,"' a little impatiently. in our story David was not only contains none of the bad qualities of baking '
installed steward of Mrs. Wilton's Domingo Acosta Grant i-lewspaper Advertising Bureau, powders-soda or saleratus. It contains BO
My friend and I to Florence to- estates .
go 10 Spruce St., New York. hurtful ingredient-no alum or ammonia.SCIEjXTIFIC.
morrow, and, as I told 'you, I am a in Devonshire and Somerset, knit -CONTAINING --aid. lOcts. for lOO-Pacre: Pamphlet. ,

great friend of Mrs. Wilton's; I lookin that he was also married to Miss--Bal- .

upon her every day." four. The first volume of poems NEARLY 2,000 ACRES, AU Chemists who have analyzed: Sea Foam
used it
.C But I am not going to Mrs. Wiiton's. which he offered to the world had a FACING THE ST._ JOHN'S_ RIVER AND commend will have no it.other.Housekeepers Cooks, whose who have best efforts

.*' David,spoke in a suppressedvoice dedication, "To my wife, Joyce.- have failed with other powders, are jubilant
DUNN'S CREEK. over Sea Foam. Saves- ime,saves
; he did not raise'his head. London Society. money.It .
What do mean''?" The'property adjoins the town of SAN Dissolution. is positively un naled. AbOlutelYI'ure.'
you hotels and restaurantsin
Used the leading
What I I cannot to her'now. Notice. MATED, and offers one of the best land- SMITH CARROLL New by York city and throughout the country.For .
say. go / RICHARD II. JOXES IS AP- ings on the St. John's River. It has a frontage THE FIRM OF & sale by all first-class grocers.
I had not been a day,in Venice MR. Sub} :Agent for the Waterman of two miles on Dunn's Creek. this day been dissolved J. Carroll

before I grew aware of that fact. ButI Grant or Albert Tract and all land in this Titles direct from the Spanish Governmentto retiring, J. Henry ''Smith continuing the the 10 GANTZ, JOXES & CO.. .
business at the old stand known as
county known as the E. G. Brown'land. the original owners. ,
could not-forgive me-resign the WM. B. C. DURY EE, Agt. T. A. ACOSTA, Adm'r.H. and 25 Cent Store,Second street,near Centre. .1.16Duflne St., JT. T.
pleasure of staying on here with you.. Fernandina, :Fla., February 4, 1886. H. LIXVILLE, Attorney. Fernandina, Fla.,April 29, 1886.



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___!IFl I-; TIlE FLORIDA MIUKOR : MAY 15, 18SG. '

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4 THE FLOUIDA MmRoH.I I I to be misled as to the real wishes of TIlE RIVER AND HARBOR; BILL tiquity. It' is mostly' built' of wood,j I I

.'dl I his constituents. If he were to .follow The River. and Harbor. Bill is now and has a number of fine residences !! I

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. the true instincts of statesmanship before the Senate, and we hope will with handsome surroundings. At I jOY4

} ,. I Subscription, $3 per year; six months 81.I I he would feel no hesitancy infrankly be promptly reported back from the the 'intersection of the principal

tTf F acknowledging that he had Committee on Commerce with few, streets the wisdom of the city coun-

+ t' Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor if amendments. It embraces
v 1' I been mistaken; and if he cannot cils of old provided public wells,

: ,,;tt, ,.,. KATES OF ADVERTISING. conscientiously support, he can at within its scope harbors which are and the typical town pump; with its + f OICTtLY Ito

; ,.. Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents fori least abstain from pursuing a course of national importance and the:improvement long, curved iron pump handle and .

MTyil"cjSSKf i i each subsequent insertion. not iri accordance with the wishes or of which is needed in terminal knob, kept bright and pol-
t3mfaitrnm! $ i Special local notices, 15 cents a line. the best interests of the people of order to benefit the producing inter- ished by the busy hands of the little

Reading notices!,25 cents a line. be ests of the country.The .
Florida. We,should glad to seethe maidens and maid servants of many
H'VIAs3 r. Special rate for time advertisements upon appli connection between the improvement -
>$$&W$ press abstain from a personal generations. St. Mary's is a quaint,
1. cation at the office.Communications.
of of Charleston
.discussion of :Mr. Call and the ports -
a ques- picturesque, pleasant, delightful old

upon all matters of local interest tion argued upon 'the higher plane Savannah, Brunswick and Fer- city of the past, dreamily lookingout

t.!, ti. I, .... along solicited the lines from of all Florida parts railways.of the county and from of its merits as a great public. ques- nandina, and the farmers of Minnesota upon the sea, awaiting the touchof

'lr All communications intended for publication Iowa, Nebraska, Dakota, etc., is the iron rail, the breath of the AU0 I

j+,_ ;11 should be addressed'to the Editor: all business tion.Our Senators and Representativesshould much nearer than would at first sug- rushing iron horse and the clang of
letters simply to TIIEFIARIDA MIRROR.
-. '- '- act as a unit in opposition to gest itself. The immense surplus its ringing tread to awake into a

P SATURDAY, MAY 15, ItS cG.v the sweeping forfeiture land! grant products of the West can (only; be new life. Its quiet streets will be

1di P. bills far Florida is concerned. made valuable by being placed on
so as with
-' -- again occupied a moving POWDER I
4 THE LASD GRANTS. the where it
Atlantic seaboard, can its
throng, pleasant homes will be
A just line of criticism should be be shipped to Europe. The reduc- '
a and
brightened up, a new generationwill Pure.
maintained by the press. The pub- JOURNALISTIC MEASLES.A tion of the cost of transportation on listen to the tale of its old life Absolutely

lic acts of a man in public position stranger in Florida might think grain inures to the benefit of the far- and.word of its old THIS POWDER NEVER VARIES. A:
II pictures quaintness. -
of ,
are fair subjects of criticism if this that our Jacksonville cotemporarieswere mer. As he is now situated, the someness. More purity economical strength than and the whole-ordi-

criticism is based upon the tendencyof suffering seriously with a spe- lakes, canals and railways betweenthe nary kinds and cannot be sold in competi-
Nearly forty and four years ago tion with the multitude of low-test, short-
such acts to benefit retard cies of journalistic measles, which and the Atlantic
or public Mississippi we first set foot, the classic soil weight alum or phosphate powders.
J upon
I interests. At this time we are indicates its presence in severe per- absorb the larger portion of the : 3"Sold only in cans.
of St. :Mary's, then a bright, cheery ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
1"f ; ; especially interested in the action of sonal criticisms of each other. We produce of the West, and take and well-to-do town the same trees 48 106 Wall Street, New York.
fear that this is a kind of measles
Senators and in for about of
,r a f our Representatives freight one-eighth lined its streets, the same grass car-
,,A Congress. One of our Senators has which evokes little sympathy from the value of wheat and one-third peted its broad avenues the
-o, received a great deal of censorious outsiders. The attack seems a longone. of the value of corn. The com- >, ." '. .0
lofty town furnished the lim-
and harsh criticism account of The desquamatory period has of the river "
on petition '" : ";
pid water to the thirsty the docks '
; ,,q 4 his absence from his seat. It seems already been reached, and we hope and Gulf ports has contributed to
s were of life, and vessels lay in I
quite:probable that the nature and that the eruption stage passed, the reduce the freight charges about one- the
stream. Failing to obtain wood .
character of this criticism has retarded shedding of the follicles will soon half. When the improvement of for SASH, DOORS,
our steamer, we ran over toRose's
be completed and a period of rest -\'xD-
his return to Washington. the Tennessee river at Muscle Shoals
Bluff the Florida
on shore.
i-'i' and convalescence succeed. As a
shall be and that river be
Our other Senator has taken a very completed The same white sand bluff, the BLINDS,
: matter of fact, we do not believe to but 'little
strong and decided position in favor opened Chattanooga, a thick-set the of
h' ,qr.r I there is species of writing with green pines, fringe AT FRED W. HOYT & CD'S.
any four hundred miles of railwaywill
4 of forfeiting the land grant made to over myrtle and all, and when on Tues-
which the is less in sympathyat
: ; i aid the construction of the Florida public place that produce on the Atlantic day last we landed at St. Mary's, as

t d., ;; Railroad to Tampa and Charlotte any time than editors' quarrels.The through the ports of Charleston, Savannah we had done forty-four years before,
three in
g .ft 4i Harbor. For this action he has been metropolitan journals Brunswick or Fernandina.New and again, as then, went over toRose's
Jacksonville have deservedly received -
routes will then be
criticised with much severity in some competitive Bluff, the whole scene re-

I instances and with entire fairness in the admiring congratulations of opened through our Southern At- peated itself on the glass of memory.

numerous friends, whose laudatory lantic which will bring down
other instances. His position on thisary4.wTh ports, Rose's Bluff remained unchanged ;

'1,1'" YJp.ff?,v' question is a fair subject of criticismif expressions of approval occasionallyso freight charges to the lowest point. the green-turfed streets'remained the

4 confined to the legitimate subject far overcome the characteristic The people of the West are, there- the in :[ARTESIAN WELL>
same change
; was only ourselves -
modesty of those journals that they
fore vitally interested in the improvement
under discussion. His personal affairs the prattling children of that
are allowed small in obscure -
a an
space of and chan-
his motives, his personal reasons our seaports day who down to the
corner of their ,But
mmtii can only be a matter of infer- papers. nel ways to the sea. steamer then,were likely the grandfathers -
even the_modest, blushing New York The bill House by a '
\ ence, and, therefore cannot be properly Ptee-the of- some of those who came WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
** World, at a great sacrifice of its ad- of 'over forty with a con- BIDS e on Public Improvements
p l r criticised otherwise the discussion majority ,
li 1 < ; now; the visitor who looked with' :a: the City of Fernandina, until Saturday,
M i | merges a public question into a vertising space, sometimes the siderable number of its friends absent curious eye upon the scene of todayin May 15th, 1886, for the
outside world know
to what the in-
and see no reason to BOEING DRILLING ONE OR MORE
personal question. The Senator has we appre- the of OR OF
side fa World" thinks of itself. Example light memory's retrospect ARTESIAN WELLS
pill and beneficial -
hend that
I a right to the presumption that he is so important
is teacher. seemed to have changed from a Size 6-inch. Bids must include the neces-
acting for the public good as he views a great ,a measure will be disapprovedby youthful into,a haired man. sary Case of approved quality. Contractor
tv a S _. the gray must furnish all necessary Tools,Drills, Machinery -
--- ----------- the President unless amount
: tsriVa it, or as he thinks some of his con- With the rapid march of improvement Steam, Fuel, Water, Labor, etc.

stituents view it. Granting this pre- THE NEW RAILWAY LINE. appropriated shall be considerably now going on there will soon Satisfactory references are required; also
bonds.: Bids will be acted at the ear-
: upon
sumption therefore the at We had the pleasure during the increased by the Senate.PLEASANT .
$ question ___ .__ be no ancient cities and no infre- liest practicable time
t 4 14 issue is not to discuss the Senator, present week of visiting our neigh- h. ST. MARY'S. quented towns. We congratulateour or Committee all bids. reserves the right to reject am

,I fir but the measure he proposes. boring city of St. Mary's and Rose's Few persons nowadays find their pleasant neighbor on the other P. KELLY, Chairman.
Fla.. 188t
Fernandina, April 17,
?> ,FS At* It seems singular that a Senator Bluff, where the Millen\ Jesup and way to the quiet, lonely city of St. side, our vis-a-vis, on her brighter !

i't t should propose to forfeit a land grant Hart's Road new line of railwaywill : lying some six miles northMary's hopes for the future.: -

intended to benefit his cross the St. Mary's river. A the ,.
own. people. west .of Fernandina on right I
( The have force of hands is now at work at the ascend W. K. liAUKNIGHT
only excuse we seen allegedis bank of the St.Mary's, river > .
Bluff and the line staked AGENT, ': ... ,,- ..
clearing .
;v, ; that there having been a failure, up ing. Time WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
in of time to with the across the marshes of the river of Southeastern
point comply the provincial capital AND STOCK DEALER,
conditions of the grant it should be where the road is intended to cross. Georgia. Many wealthy and in- BUTCHER ANDDealer

forfeited to enable a few persons to We learn that the grading force fluential families lived in the city in Ice

'' : obtain these lands from the government working between Waynesboro and and its vicinity and considerable TENNESSEE BEEF SPECIALTYBROOM
s ,fSr-, ; St. Mary's have reached the Satilla STREET WHARF
homestead It It fora
as a gift. seemsa business was transacted. was Two Millionsof
and that the force will be increasedand l-ft FERNANDINA. FLA.
narrow view to take, that the few long'time' an important lumber-

}... v ', are to be benefited at the expense of the work pushed with vigor shipping port and,the regular stop- TOURIST HOUSE; acres of Farming, Orange,
a"I the who would be I with a view of opening the road the Lands
benefited and
r as many ping place, for-"all steamers running Timber Grazing ,
t :'4.; by the completion of the railroad I present year. This is much the between Florida and Savannah. situated in 29 counties, and

most important project on foot con- ,, communication I6rNOWOPEN! S
I The opening railway comprising the lands boughtby

competitive !, cerning Florida' and when the entire ,via Live/Qak:/'( and Dupont, and FURNISHED- AND PAINTED Sir Edward J. Reed, from
road between Milieu\ and the Hart's accommodations
;,; i t ida would be,'no. one doubts, a great. later by"Waycross and Trader's, Hill, First-class the State of Florida in 1881,

4 and enduring benefit. Road connection with the Fernan- has now for ;some years left St.Marys TERMS $2.00 PER DAY. are now offered at graded

from the of the I dina & Jacksonville Railroad is com- outsrde'r' of''the' circuit of busi-
.ffdJ-Special arrangements by the week or prices. These lands were selected -
and, its connections
land grant, as a means of securingthe pleted through ness and travel,;:; 1d few persons month. by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

+ ''completien of the railroad, there arranged it will necessarily enter visit i(; except for\special business 10 W..G. ELLENWOOD Proprietor., ley, late. Commissioner of the
I _
into_ :strong competition for the A "-.
: great
is the further and iar .
s;t very important consideration purposes. State Land. Office, and Mr.

: t', ,, that a disturbance of the .bulk;of ,passenger.travel between the The. survey'of the. Millen and SEWING MACHINES, M. A. Williams late for
;, I I I agent
North and Florida
title to the lands which the and, being the
Florida. 'Railroad which will cross fact
sale of State lands which
b >r ; has received and sold r,will unsetle i'shortest, line and embracing in its the river just above tile city of St. of their high

*" the title of hundreds if not;thousands connections North the most popular 'Mary's, has :already: awakened new ,I For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices is a guaranty The knownas
quality. purchase
of our citizens who have and well-located route; it will securea and
purchased life and interest in the old city, I -AUATTACH"ENT8 -
the Reed Purchase was only
1, these lands from the railroad, and large portion. of the passenger when in a few,months it is placed' in of every description, and and
; t for sale this ,
for Machine, opened
traffic. any Sewing year
M t who will be greatly damaged by close communication ,wim the
any great
,, for sale. the lands have not been culledor
t N attempt to impair the validity of lines of travel and business: it will
,333"' Old :Machines repaired at moderate picked over. No part has
their titles. This question i is felt to We have just received a very interesting feel the wave of returning prosperity: prices.

r i.-fcn, 'be one of paramount importance' to pamphlet, containing a let- and awake to a new life. \ Corner Third HENRY and HOBEIN Ash Streets, been the reserved whole is in any manner for sale.,

the citizens of South Florida. ter of :Mr. Yulee to Mr. J. A. Hen- The county of Camden, of! whichSt. 8' Fernandina. Fla. and open

Y 1' # c The press of the State, with great 'derson, in reference to the history of :Mary's is the county town, was I I I Warranty and Mortgage Deeds Special prices on large tracts.in

1 t' .unanimity take this view of the the Florida Railroad. It is a valuable -. set off in 1777. The old citt prob- PAPER-75 GTS. PER DOZEN Timberlands, virgin forests

'$ i question ; a great majority of the contribution to a proper under- .. ably dates back of the beginning: ,of LINEN" .les sent upon receipt of 2-cen bodies of 50,000 acres and up
people of the State are in favor of standing of a question concerning the present century. It is well laid AddressFLORIDA )MIRROR wards. Lands sold for ,

time being given to the railroad to which there, has been much ignor- out, with broad streets, and\well 26 Fernandina, Fla. or on long time. '.

: c complete the short remaining dis- ance, much misunderstanding, anda shaded with lofty sycamores, oak B-HBADS. NOTE-HEADS. LETterHeads The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.
Cards etc., 'neatly printedat
rry, I tance. Mr. Call has allowed himself good deal of and cedar of considerable \ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDm *-
,.' .,' misrepresentation.. I trees a 1- I the MIRROR, ogee. (LIMITED)
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N the following described lands will be
-* public auction on Monday, the
Slth day of June at the City Hall,
\ much thereof J & T X-Y-OO:
Fernandina.or so >
ant will City be necessary to pay the amounts duer I IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR--. _

i of 1885. herein set opposite) to the -
f0 r taxes 1 Are now receiving weekly large shipments of
together with the costs of sale and advertising ;
saUle. .

:::; NAM: LoT. :5.= AM'T. IIIJl, I[,( DRY GOODS IN 18861hlll\\\"u I New Spring! and Summer Goods,

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-------- Which will be sold at low prices. A splendid assortment of
-Bell) C................1.................. 79 $4.10 very
) ,
rundhill, H........ 18................. 9 3.41 '
Cribb,D............... 10, 13,14,0.. 7 14.06 ; NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS
Dozier L..1 N i of 2...... 38 30.85 ,

Dorsev.G..agent 1 SILKS: CASHMERES: :
island City{ I I '- .
for Lodge............ 2. .................. 25 6.28 @
10.................. 17 r Nun's Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings,-White Goods,
Dickinson, Mrs r 7...:............... 39 We have just received from the North and East an Plain and Printed India Linens, Linon de Deccas, Plain and,
) 29.................. 268 '
f.8..1 2................... 269' 3085 immense stock of Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles-
9, Old Town.... 7, 6.83 Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.
,Thos.J...... 5................... .50 2.73
Eppes Frl't man, C.......... W of 13.33 7.64 If! DRY GOODS O: TmN') \) J '

Frye' Ja5.....'......... 8 1,(16.except.........8..EFriendshipL ..... 27 RBAT BAR AIH IN BNT LADIB AN HILDRBN' H I7I .

dge { corner)....... .48 6.83
Ilannaban W. H.. 2................... 71 5.46 Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, OUR SPRING CLOTHING
16............... .. 22j .
r 29,30.31,32. 2j)i k 5- and in fact a full line in every Department, of the Has been received-a magnificent line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
KING & CO'S Spring have been received. Snits made
1, Samples to order and fit guaran
3. 34..9. LATEST DESIGNS; and as we are able to buy I, teed. This is the Leading House in the United States for Custom-MadeClothing.: :

lfuot C. II........ .................... 23,, < x- in bulk, we are prepared to offer same at \ Although we have BARGAINS in every Department, the following are some of
3................... 71 t cJrft
3....................81 IO'tTa: SPECIAL :EAR MiiINI : I
1,5.6. 7, 8,26, }
27. 28. 29..... 5 291.81 j
Two Cases BEST PRINTS at 5 Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cts.
Otis...... j 2, 3, 4, 6, Old FINE HEMSTITCHED LINEN All-Wool Plain Black BUNTING at 20 Cts.
Jaques tHaswell Town.........5 12.29 HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35
D.E..1.16............_ 29 49.14 Bush of business prevents our naming specialties. I VICTORIA LAWNS at 6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS Cts. GOODS at 5 Cts
........ of8 ........ 11.60
forrell, J. T. Gents'"Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts: All-Wool NUN'S .
All ask is trial Call and examine stock VEILING at 25 Cts.
we a our
Robinson, R. E..... N !of 6. 5.80 Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35
Roux, Geo. S........6................... 12.29 before purchasing elsewhere. ._ cts.
Schu'ler, R. S.......1......................45 8.19 '' .THE BATTLE SHOE IN CONGRESS, BUTTON AND BAL, O 50
Trayeye David 11 :-No trouble to show goods at MODE BED'S. is Twenty Years ahead of corapetion. JL X <. ,

and Th05........{ 22................... 5.46 Jj:3r'Orders by mail will receive attention, and filled.
1....................42'1 11.60 prompt carefully
Williams, Peter. I- 2, 3................40 6.76 J. & T. KTIDD ,
4(outside city
til'illiamsAud) 'w { limits)?...... 45 5.46 : Northeast corner Centre and Third'Sts.,

Wilkinson,R........ S of 8......... 79 10.10 i NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. \ FERNANDINA, FLA.
Wood, 'V' F..4. 5............... 16 16.38 : I I .
Whitehurst, L. W. 4..1. 70 10.92 I '
Wliliams. L.......... E i of 80 1.37
Owners Unknown ...8.\\ 1, 18.56 H. El: DOTTEREKINVITES .
..S 28. ........ 131.94 I MODE BRO'S
3, 30, 31...... 5 2.58

1 2.i3.: : Old i
Town.......... 5 9.69 ;=:: Nr *

City Collector O. S. OAKES.of Taxes. Jffj11LEADERS! [II( OF LOPRftES9Nos. l { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }

Fernamlina, Fla., May 15, 1886. \ -+ of-


HOMOEOPATHIC AND HYDROPATHIC 30 & 31; Centre St., Fernandina.

Has permanently located at :Fernandina, ,
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and offers his professional services to the
l'eopleofthis place surrounding country. SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
W. J.
Diseases of children a specialty.Can .
be found at the Tourist Hotel.



East of the Tourist Hotel, -fFINE TEAS AND COFFEES =-
FERNANDINA, FLA. Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets. .
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Office Hours-8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. in., IN ALL DEPARTMENTS LARGE AND COMPLETE: ,
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Victoria Lawns, Persian Lawns, India Linens Swiss Muslin, Figured NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. .
WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, Swiss, Plain and Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded
White Goods of all kinds, Laces
Piques Trimmings, :
Second and Centre Sts., FERXAXDINA }'LA. ,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, MILLINERY (Straw and Felt of all grades), Hosiery in large Variety,
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cassimeres, Jeans, Doe-
-AND- Skins, Cottonades, Cashmeres and Dress Goods.

BY THE CARGO, .,/ w- CASH is a diamond of the purest water. For CASH ALONE I underbuy and =- N C y- -,,-= ', ,
undersell, and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD IN LOW PRICES. Call -
For Domestic or Export Trade, and convince yourself.
" w. j. iLoifiMAJv: ,
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.R. Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets. CHARLES V. HILLYER i

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DESIGNS with Plans, Details, Specifications -

and, Superintendence.
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Alachua Street between Second and Third, _

Orders and estimates from a distancN'3re.
fully tended to. 25-t

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Domingo Acosta Grant, II .

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2,000 ACRES, I _


The property adjoins the town of SAN : _- -- _i "i'.'/
JIATiO, and offers one of the best land- "
ings! on the St.John's River. It has a front- A.. B. INTO YES
age of two miles on Dunn's Creek. ,
Titles direct from the Spanish Governmentto -DEALER INFAMILY -

the original owners.T. This ]Line, having no Transfers between ]Fernandina and New
A. ACOSTA, Adm'r.H.
< { FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
Dissolution.TIlE The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
connections at FEKXAXI>IXA with FERNANDINA
this day been dissolved J. Carroll Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
retiring, J. Henry Smith continuing the JOHNS, OCKLA'V AHA and INDIAN RIVERS:,.and with the FLORIDA TRANSITILRO f
business at the old stand known as the 10 ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
U) for
Fernandina, Fla.,April 2U. 1886. LAKE WEIR.

HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE ETC. and schedules or further information,apply to
RICHARD II. JONES IS AP- freight passage rates
() \1 SubAgent for Waterman R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
Grant or Alberti Tract and all land in this PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA -
county. known as the E. G. Brown land. H. MALLORV WM. B. C. DURY 1'.1..Agt. I C. York. 51-
Fernandina, Fla., February 4, 1SSO. N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fcrnundiua, Fla. I Pier 20 East River. .

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ru r g : GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff G. W. Epperson Lake Butler. MADISON COUNTY. i : Notice.' -l" S "- ,ii:,.'..: '[t';-; '', ',;t{, 'ii; r: .<..:'; "' -
I ; ., > o'tf':; :; '-
Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, R. M. 'Vitberspoonlarl1'i= ., {1j,' ': .k'f3' ";< '
County Judge- is ; :,, : ; < ,,
Notice hereby given that all vessels arriving r -\ '-"f --)' : ;"&'j.<
United States! Officers. Starke. Schools-J. L. Hill ,Lake son. at this port on or after the first day :; '--'" ": '
Superintendent of Sheriff S. Parramore Madisbn.Clerk I
A. r
f. LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE.n Butler. of May, 1886, will be required to undergo '

ilell.'lter-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. -JohnM., Beggs, Madison inspection'at Quarantine.' That"is,all coastwise .
BREVARD COUNTY.County.JudgeJames
Th Receiver-John P. Rollins, Gainesville.Sun'eorGcneratJ. A. ,McCrory, City Madison.Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry,.1 vessels or steamers will be inspected at i'

k F. McClellan. Upper Quarantine at or near quarantine ; ,
r ,
e Point. County,1Tea.surer-S. S.,Smith Madison. station on Tiger Island ; all vessels arriving ..- ,.-
DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector "o/ Rt'lenue--D. V. Wadsworth, from foreign 'ports at Lower Quarantine .. ;

J Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.JfarthJil S/teriff-I. R: English, Titusville. Madison.: Ground, inside the Sound buoy. The ,
quar- rl
t1i Titusville. ;
Revenue J. F. Reed '"
Collector of "
r -J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. | MANATEE COUNTY. antine grounds will extend from .' f
H. Laws a point:npoposite 'N'i
Superintendent of ScJwols-John ,
i Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. 4 City Point. County Judge-John G. Webb,:Manatee. station on -Tiger Island to the buoy in T' W'i '
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, a '. INTERNAL REVENUE. CALHOUN. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith/anatee. the Sound. .

r J/Iectur-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Sheri, -A. S. Watson, Pine Level. II. J. BAKER, ., -'\,;.,; i"ufo ',"

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge-William Clark. Collector of Ret'enue--Henry E. Carlton, Secretary of Board of Health. ', -'g" ,
1erk-James S. Fanniri. Femandina, Fla., April 29. 18Sl3. P jI ,:
Fon. -
iw : ;: :: I'i.
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> Wm. A. Mahoney Fernandina. ; ,
S. Stone. : d
Sheriff Joseph Schools-Felix J. Seward .
Edwin Jacksonville. Superintendent of i ... i' ;,> "" \"3:
Higgins; H "
T'easurer-J. P. Richards. Pine Level. f (10'
John F. House, St. Augustine. Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. MARION COUNTY. Sealed Proposals ,:, ; ';. :-

I Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Coxwell. Will be received by the undersigned until 12 t "

State Ollicers.t County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. o'clock noon on Tuesday May 4th, 1886 for ;.'1 ..: : 7.. ,
Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. ? ,
performing the. day scavenger work of the
t ( I'I i EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. .County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff{ E. T. Williams, Ocala. city, as follows: f : .: -

tA t. Governor-Edward A, Perry,Tallahassee. Park. Bardin Collecor of ReI.emte'V. P. Trantham, ificatiu/L'I-Thc removal of all garbagethat ; ",',. ft.
' i f.. Lieuleifint-Governor Milton II. Mabry, Clerk-G. N. l. Green Cove Spring. Ocala. may accumulate in and around dwel- ,,,':. '
* 9 Leesburg. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-.1. L. Payne, lings and stores and all other buildings ; .

' Springs. Fort McCoy. also, dead animals and poultry ; also, the .
Taly 8 Collector of Ret'emLe-'V. J. Wilson Green MONROE COUNTY. trimmings of trees of all kinds within the ; : { ;
Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, : .'1
city limits. The occupants or owners of lots ;
County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. .
McRae. Clerk-Peter T. Knight,.Key West. and buildings are to deliver the garbage in : : -

.4.ttoTltey-Geiwral-C.)1. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. boxes or barrels outside of the sidewalk, except : <..

lx .see., County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'enueIason Moreno, the trimming of trees, which will haveto "

, Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. be taken from the piles. Such garbage ,,: :'

: Superintendent of Public InstrUtion-A. J. Sheriff C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key must be taken to the dumping ground designated .,'

j j Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. by the Committee on Streets and Sani- ";,, "",
; ;.,$c Adjutriiit-General-David Lang. Superintendent of Schools W. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. tary Work, and there burned. Under the : ,-.,

Lake City. word "garbage": it is understood that offals "". ,-
SUPREME; COURT. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker Fernan- from .. ,.
' '' DADE. shops factories or buildings in pro- t -
Chief ti.ce-.aeo.. G. McWhorter. dina. gress of construction, are not intended as .
-19 Associate; Justice-George P. ltane)', Tall County Judge Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. being included as garbage to be removed. < ;J
) Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. ,tj ;
hassee. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. under contract for day scavenger work. .
Assocuite Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff 'in. M. Mettaur. Assessor : *JT
of Taxes-'Vm. H. Garland. Fer The Council reserves the right to reject .
Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. .,'. "
Jacksonville. ,
nandina. all bids. P KELLY
any or : >
# t Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott Fer- Chairman Sanitary Committee. ;.t' ;
CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. Fernandina, Fla:, April 2.(, 188G. : :",1', S ,

j, q I. First Circuit--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of. Schools-John Owens __ __u __.___ __ .'., ':i'i.
Evergreen. '
'. r ',;I sacola. sonville. Notice.NOTICE t.,
,t Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan- "', ".'
f7, Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT :}
SCO '-
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. meeting the County Commissioners n.;: r

Fourth Circuit-James :M. Baker, Jackson-' sonville. held on Wednesday, April 7th, the ,
County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando ,
following changes were made in ,the bound- '
,ji ; ; ville. Collector of Rer.'entte-\1oses .1. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. aries of the election( },.,; ,
districts of Nassau
: ,
.; :h i Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville. Collector of Ilevt:1tlle-P. T. Hardeman, Or- ,".: .ii. .'J I;;.. J:,'

r-} ville. Superintendent of Schools William H. Bab- lando. I county, as designated hereafter. ,,. f p' ;;;" ., "

1 Sixth Circuit II. L.: Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent: Schools-John T. Beeks., PRECINCT NO. G. \ t ,. ". ':-, .1/,1r

Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando. at Port the St ,'.'
ESCAMBIA. Commencing Henry, on ; ." : < !'C"
County Judge-Walter Tate. Surveyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. Mary's river thence up the St. Mary's riverto :' : USEC. I

tL(. nrt Calendar. Clerk-Y.! E. de la Rua. T'easurC1'-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. the mouth of the Little St. Mary's river,

FIRST CIRCUIT. Sheriff Joseph Wilkins. POLK. thence up the Little St. Mary's river to the

Fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Jutlge-J. A. Fortner. intersection of the range line between 24 and

Santa Itosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Ret'enue-\lanuel Palm 's. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. 25, thence south along said range line to A. WOOLSEY'SJERSEY

1= Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. township line between Townships 2 and 3

Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Treasurer-Y. F. Beville. N., thence along Boggy Swamp and river to
? in October. FRANKLIN. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. the old Ford near Mr. Peter Green's place, CITY

l .444 Washington :\1ondayafter4th\1onda)' Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. thence following the public road in a northeasterly -
,k4 Cl.e-rk-J. A. Atkins. direction to the ford McQueen's
,r, in October.
? 4N r 1 Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff-So A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. swamp, thence down the McQueen's swampto
4 t_ ;' ; 4 October. Trca.surer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S. Hough ton, Palatka. Waterman's old field, thence by the pub- -W:aI'I'E: LEAD-

Ese ,mbia. 1st Monday in, December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward. Palatka. lic road to Port Henry to place of beginning.

This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. PRECINCT NO. 8.

a, .T 10, 1879, and does not change therr" GADS DES. Collector of Rer.'enue-Joseph Price. ANDREADYMIXED-
# Commencing at the intersection of the
P Term. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood
Spring Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. township line 3 N., R.24 and 25 East,thence
THIRD CIRCUIT. C/ Augustus Nicholson. Palatka. west to the St. Mary's river ; thence down

Spring Term- Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. the St. Mary's river to Camp Pinkney ; PAINTSTHEY
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. thence along Alachua trail to its intersectionwith

,i; a April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. the Little St. Mary's' river; thence
Madison, 2d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. along the Little St. Mary's river eastwardlyto

n' ., Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. the township line between Ranges 24 and
after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY.
Suwanee, 1st Monday Perry. 25 East; thence along said township line ARE THE BEST< t'a in April. County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. .County Treasuren- S. Sutton, Perry. South to point of beginning. The voting >
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County SU"l'eyor- N. Cox, Perry. place of Precinct No. 8 is at .Hilliard's.

in April. Sheriff-Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
1 1 ''
r't p t4 Lafayette, Gth Tuesday' after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. PRECINCT NO. 9.

; Y 4 ., in April. Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, Commencing at the mouth of Boggy
t + ,'' r1 Fall TermTaylor Jasper. County Judge-John Chain. Creek, on Nassau river, thence up Boggy ,
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. Creek near the. ford of the King's Road at
Treasurer--Robert Robinson.

11 October.Madison, Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Retenue-'V. J. Williams. between the intersection Ranges of 24 Township and 25 East line;thence 3 North west, All Shades 50 CENTS per Pack-

Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
Hamilton 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of
along said township line to Alachua trail ; of Five Pounds.FOR .
S/wriff-J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. age
t- Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday JOHN'S COUNTY. thence by the Alachua trail to the range
Collector of Revenue-Jno.E. King, Lecanto.
: in October. %[. R. St. line No. 23 thence following the line
Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge Cooper, Augus- ; range
Columbia Monday after 4th )Monday
xille. tine. south to the base line ; thence by the baseline

sap ? October. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. to the boundary line of Duval county ;
y Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman -
r( Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Floral City. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine thence bj the dividing line between Duval SALE BY

3 lip1'M ,, in October. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, and.Nassau counties to the month of Boggy
FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. Creek to the place of beginning.

Spring Term County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, 10. GEO. F. LEWIS, Ag't,
2d Tuesday March. PRECINCT NO.
St. John's.
Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. Commencing at St. Mary's river at Town-
'h Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. ship lines between 2 and 3 North thence
Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. R. Steele ; No. 451 CENTRE STREET,
County Judge-J. ,
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. east along said township line to to intersec-
Nassau, 3d Tuesday April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. tion of Alnchua trail ; thence southwest

Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. alongsaid! trail to Range line No. 23 ; thence
Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Collector of Reren.ue-I. N. Withers, Lees- south by Range line No. 23 to base line; FERNANDINA: FLORIDA.

: r Si. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. burg. thence by base line to Crosby's Bay : thenceto
4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Superintendent oj Schools-C. F. Venable, Deep Creek ; thence down Deep Creek to ,

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker. Sumterville. its mouth.

Baker, 2d. Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. PRECINCT NO.11. ,.Q ", .", ', '. '
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Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. JACKSON. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. The voting place of Precinct No.'11 will be > '

t Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. at the Public School-house at Mr. Nathan

i FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.ClerkFrat'lk Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Fourakers Sr., situated near the bridge

I ( 1 Spring Term- Philips. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, across Brandy Branch, on the. old Alachua
1 Andrew Scott.
t r z' Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Live Oak. trail, situated in Section 28,T. 1 S., R.23 E. "
Treasurer-James E. Heam.
Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, By order of the County Commissioners.
Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson.
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Wei born. J. A. EDWARDS,
Schools Samuel
Superintendent of J. Erwin
March. County Clerk Nassau County.

? Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- Fernandina.Fla., April 8th, 188G. ,

tt CY f March. County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.
; r c Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff-D. B. Bird, Monticello. Cl.crk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. Administrator's Notice.

; in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise.
Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES AND
;'' Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New entitled to distribution : -,,.,';<-,'., '.

Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer" M. Girardeau, Mon Smyrna. All persons having'any demands againstthe
t Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. estate of Beulah L. Whitney, late of "

lit 4th in November. Nassau County, deceased, are notified to .
Levy, Tuesday -
t Collector of Ret'enue-J. H. Tucker Mon ""
; Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. COtL1 Judge-R.. S. Smith. present their claims,properly authenticated, : t J 1{ X'I' ,
1(' ? $ S in November. Sheriff Charles S.Alligood,Crawford ville. within two years from date, or the same

1 SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. will. be barred. ,

Spring Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, JOHN A. ELLERMANN. .
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,3 + Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff G. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. Administrator. ,. .. ,"- ,-.
t i Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer. AV. W. Walker, Craw Fernandina, Fla., May 8, 1886. GmSOIENTIFIIAMERICAN ""

J'rk ? Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools J.C.RamseyNew fordville. ', '
: Collector of Ret'enue-J. JJ! Pearce Craw- ; f
,, caw i Dade,3d. Monday in April. Troy. .
Ia 1 Pall Term- County Treasurer: A. L. Morgan, New fordville. ,> ..

,. i Orange, 2d Monday in August. ,Troy. WALTON.. ,

,. .,. ''t Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. .
t Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. McLeod..
a tl t Dade, 2d Monday in November. LEON COUNTY. Sheriff -John C. McSween. The most popular Weekly newspaper devotedto ,' ,
science,mechanics engineering discoveries
Treasurer-James E. Bowers.
Officers. County Judge -E. ). West, Tallahassee. ventions and patents ever published. Every number r ;. ,
County Collector of Revenue-W. B. McLeod. illustrated with This .
Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. splendid engravings. *;;," i iI iK
H publication furnishes most valuable
a encyclopedia
ALACHUA. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn.
Clerk-C. A.'Bryan, Tallahassee. of information which no person should be without. ,
County Junius C. Gardner Gaines The popularity of the SCIKNIUUO AMEBICAX is ,
I It Judge- : Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. :; ::
lr fille. such that its circulation nearly equals that of all
Tallahassee. other papers of its class combined. Price tJ.:!)& "
;., ltrk-J. A Carlisle, Gainesville. 7rea.mrer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. County'Judge-Wm. B. Jones. year. Discount to Clubs. Sold by all newsdealers. ,v; fey* .
., Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce; Tall a- Clerk-D. D. Melvin. J1UNN A CO.,Publishers.No.361Broadway N.Y. i "
Mnnn&Co.have ,1 I
Sheriff S. W. Davis. -'
CoU.ectoroJ Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. \' 'EIUTS. also had Thlrty- ; .t;" !
ville. LEVY COUNTY. Trea.mrer-Thomas J. Miller. EIght years' .,' }
c I Superintendent of Sch.oolt-W. N. Sheats,, Cln-k-J: M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent Collector of Ret.'enue-John Schools= Roche.Bush. I the Patent Office and practice have prepared before + ",J ir '
Gainesville. of Henry
Hundred Thousand '
than One
more :
Sheriff W. H. Bronson. ; ; :,
,' Bigham, applications for patents in the -: <
} BAKER COUNTY.County Collector of Ret'enueW H. Anderson, 1 United btntes and foreign countries. ..' .f;. ,,! ;
ilk* T. B. Smith Trade-Marks. Copy-rights.
Judge- Sanderson.- Cedar Key.Superintendent. Caveats:
COTTAGE Assignments and all other papers for ,. '
lerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. P. DePass,' LUCY I securing to inventors their rights in the !'w' '#' '
Sheriff-J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. United States Canada.: England France, "

1 ill i ; tl Collector of Ret'enuc-J.. Bnrnsed, San- LIBERTY. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, I[Germany at short and notice other and foreign on reasonable countries terms.prepared ; :) ; 1 1c

? derson. I Information as to obtaining patents cheerfully ., .
County F.
: Superintendent of Schools-Wm. Lessene, Judge-R. Hosford.i FERNAXDINA. FLORIDA. I given without charge. Hand-books of ,Jt.:; :; :
Clerk-A. J. obtained -
i C Wooldridge. >', > information sent fre Patents :
: Sanderson. '
: Sheriff G. Harrell. through Mnnn Jfc Co. are noticed in the Scientific :
9 BRADFORD'COUXTY. Offers pleasant rooms well fnrnished,withor American free. The advantage of such notice is '
L 7reasllrer--J.: E. Roberts. without board. Table Boarders will be well understood by all persons who wish to dispose ,,
r County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Re1'emle-L. Wilder.. : accommodated also transient. of their Jllite ts. '
1 Clerk-Henry F,York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. Gregory. 2 ; Address 1 U :i do; CO.,; Office Scnarcmc
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lHl *q t :.J Savannah,'Florida &Western R'y.WAYCROSsfsHORT Wait's Crossing .-\r '3.14p Ar 10.00 a _____

PARTICULAR ABOUT WAGES. Interlachenr 3.55 p Ar 10.33 a ............__
.June J. T & K W..Ar 4.37p Ar 11.20 _.__

Year before last a brightlookingyoung ..F11. ,.' DRUGS and MEDICINES LINE. Palatk_............Ar 4.50p Ar 11.30 ...._....._
j "J j-_ Breakfast at Welhston at 7.34 a m.
entered our counting- :.. All trains of this road
man are run by Central STEAMERS A. J. LANE AND DISPATCH
advertisement ((90th) :Meridian time, which is 33 minutes Make
room in response to an daily double round trips of Lakes Eustis

for an assistant shipping clerk. ,, .. '.1 r....,'.' HORSEY & CO. slower than Jacksonville i_ time. and Harris,touching at all landings.'CONECTIOXS. '

He told the usual tale of how .he desired '<\.t::" ( \, -'.'!'..*'*'. '"1i'J/h."! ".f.f!' '"f 'than: Trains will leave and arriveas
a position more wagesfor ; :: At Palatka with Jacksonville, &
;; 'n" follows Key
the time being, and was willingto ''"._..f'P'M"'I ,>".,:!f.",..,,I:l J f.;aw. ".-- .; ., I. =1 PHARMACISTS I. : West Railway and fast river steamers, for St. Au-
ORLEANS EXPRESS. Augustine, Green Cove
.. ., Springs, Jacksonville, and
accept a nominal salary to start ,;:)j 1, .n'..,.. "'.. ;} :,-.;",.,;.! ., Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a m all points North East and West,and with upriversteamers
The old man was feeling in ';' Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00: p m twin-screw for South Florida : also with tAe new

upon. good humor that after- : ;; .; '. ':;'i. :, : ,;;> Centre Street.FERXANDINA Arrive at Callaahn daily at............. 8:08 a, m steamship City iron of steamship Monticello.'City for of Charleston Pal atka.,"New and

particularly Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00( a m York, Boston, Philadelphia, etc.
noon, and said pleasantly to the j : ,' .' .r{>' FLORIDA, Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m Mail trains make close connection both ways

newcomer: Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m via Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway, at
;;,'; -\ :i-i'\ Arrive at Chattahoochee Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast; Line-fast mail.
"Well sir, what would you consider ;r' '. .i- ., constantly on hand a fine assort- daily. at... 3:50 p m At Gainesville with through Pullman Sleepers
KEEP Arrive! at Pensacola daily at. ......10:05
p m over Savannah, Florida & Western for
? What would of FRESH and PURE
a nominal salary .. '," .. FOR Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a in New Orleans, Cedar Key Pensacola, Savannah
YOU be willing to accept in begin- .. .. EIGN and DOMESTIC Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m .Albany Montgomery, Louisville, St. Louis and
., ', Connecting at Chattahoochee all points West.
.. ..: < !; with Pensa
? ; At Ocala. with
mug \ Drugs and Chemicals cola and Atlantic Railroad Railway & Navigation
for Pena-
at the daily :: Company, and hacks, for Silver Spring.
The young cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- At Astor, with St. John's River steamers for

lining of his hat with his fingers, Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick Jacksonville, Sanford and way landings.
take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia At Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake Eustis
and deferentially replied : Division of the Florida Southern and
B. & Railway
W. R. R. at 7.40
I want to show you, sir, that I Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Pullman Buffet Sleeping p. m.Cars on this boats Lakes.At .on Lakes Harris and Eustis, for points on

mean business and I will work for FINE TOILET ARTICLES train Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile Pemberton's Ferry, with South Florida Rail-
the remainder of this month and New Orleans. road, for Lakeland, Tampa, Kissimmee, Bartow
one cent M. Pullman)) Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Orlando, Sanford, Tuckertown and Fort Dade.
providing you think it would not be PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., to Cincinnati via Jesup. O. W. BROMWELL,

too much to double my salary each Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- General A. *. Ht\Passenger ir AJs, Aeent.r .
month thereafter." IN GREAT VARIETY. ville to St. Louis via Waycross. General Traveling Agent.
"That's a novel proposition, surely now receiving in the FAST MAIL. General CONANT Manager.Traveler's .

." said the old man with a smile. carefully SJ"Physicians'compounded with Prescriptions pure Drugs, at Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m

4i Do you know what you're talking' reasonable prices. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m Guide.

dear ?" CITY MART Leave Chattahoochee at ..:..........12:00 m -

about., my boy Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m [The Travelers Guide is, as the "beading
"" ell, sir, my principal aim is to I Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m indicates, intended as a means of infor-

learn the business," responded the' RAILROADS Arrive Waycross daily at......... 5:05: p m mation to the traveling public. To be relia-

fellow and I would be almost -HIS- Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m ble, it should be correct. The managers of
young Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m the different railroad and steamer lines will
,willing to work for nothing, but I'd Florida Railway & Navigation Co. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a m greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so

like to feel and be able to say that I I SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY Arrive Washington, D.b., daily..ll:45 p m by notifying us of changes made in the running -

something know." Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a III time, when they will be promptly cor-
you rHE KEY
was LINE7
Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars, rected.]
"I'll take you, remarked the old -OF-- Savannah to New York without change.EAST --
"One cent two cents four
man. ,
cents eight sixteen he enumerated. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 22 1886.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m Day Passenger Train leaves
'You won't get much for a while, -- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a in For Cedar Key and Wild wood,and

he added. Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m all points on Transit Road.......10.10 a. ni.a. .
He took him to the cashier. .'a" means A. M. time. "p" means P. :M. time- Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m For Savannah and all points North

up Read down. Read Leave Live Oak daily"at .............. 8.55pm and West...............................10.10 m.
"This is John Smith, he said.. "He I oDRYeGOODS( ) 8.00 a "a Lv Jacksonville..Ar 7.30 up.p Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pin (connecting at Callahan) l'

will go to work as assistant shipping :i i 8.45 a Lv Baldwin. g 6.46 p Arrive at Waycross daily at.........10:55 p m For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all

clerk to-morrow. His salary will be 10.10 a Lv Lake City ............Ar 5.15 p Arrive at Jesup daily at...........:....12:55 a 111 points on the Florida Central fc >
10.57 a e)2 Lv Live Oak..Ar fg" 4.27 p Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a in Western Railroad................ ..10.10 a.m.p. .
cent this month. Double it 11.53 a So Lv Madison.Ar :3.: 3.27 p
one 12.15 p :;:t Lv Monticello.............Ar UI 1.50 p Arrive at Albany daily at..l0:30.a m (connecting at Baldwin.)
every month from now on." -ANDFANCY 2 lip 2> Lv Tallahassee............Ar g :: 1.05 p Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m Day Passenger Train arrives .

"In consideration of my workingfor 3.12 p ">;a Lv qUlllCY.................Ar p.s- lL59a Arrive! at Macon daily! at.............. 8:50 am From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
4.00 &.... Ar River Junction..Lv 11.10 ,
) P
( a
p Arrive at Atlanta at..12:30
this small salary I might ask youto 4.55p ArMarianna ............Lv :: c* 10.49 daily p m all points on the Transit Road... 4.00 m
ARTICLES 7.00 p "5 5 Ar DeFuniak Springs..Lv b" 8.40 a Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m From Savannah and all points in

assure me a position for a definite 10.35 p 1:;; :2 Ar Pensacola._Lv 5-0 5.05 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m the North and West................ 4.00 p.m.p.m..
period?" inquired John Smith. 3.10 a J3:-: Ar :Mobile..................LviJQ 12.20 a Arrive at Washington daily..........10:30 a m From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
8.15 a xf Ar New Orleans..Lv 000 7.00 p Arrive at New York daily at..... ... 5:30 p m all points on the Florida Central
"We don't usually do that, replied CONSISTING IN PART OF- 6.50 a Ar Montgomery..........Lv g a 8.40 p
II} 5 :
"but can't 7.25 p :a g Ar Nashville.Lv S g1 6.55 a Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via & Western Railroad................ 4.00 ..
the governor, we 1.40 a "-.::: ArEvansville.Lv ET 1.00 a Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping Night Passenger Train leaves

lose much on you, anyhow, I guess, : Piques Victoria Laws 8.00 aB Ar St.Louis............_..Lv ;%:;;. 7.15 p Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. For Wildwood........................... 4.10 p.m.
....... ..._
2.20 a ::: :a Ar Louisville Lv % ? 1.00 a Connections at Atlanta with Western and
and you look like an honest fellow. 6.35 a ; Ar Cincinnati.Lv 8.45 p Savannah and all points North

How long do want employment? Plain and Dotted Swiss Lawns, 9.45 ag Ar Indianapolis .........Lv o 3.50 P Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and and West................................ 4.10 p. m
you 10.:>>a X Ar Chicago ...............Lv 7 3.45 p Georgia Railroads for all points West and (connecting at Callahan.)
"Three years, sir, if agreeable to Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Northwest.
Tape Checks and Stripes Night Passenger Train arrives-
Baggage checked through. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
.you. From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and

Well, by Jove!' the old man agreed, Light Prints (Suitable for the Season) Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line, ville Connections to Louisville at Montgomery via Thomasville.with Louisville all points on the Transit Road..l0.10 a. m.

and young Mr. Smith, on pretence of .North and East. and Nashville Railroad for New From Savannah and all points in '
Irish Linens, Table Cloths, the North and West.................10.10 a. m.a.m. .
wanting some evidence of stability of FERNANDINA AND JACKSOXVILI.EBRANCH.DAILY Orleans and Texas points and the West and From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and

his place got the to write EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Northwest. At Savannah with Central all points on Florida Central fc
governor Towels, Napkins, Doileys, ( Railroad of for all West and
Georgia points Western Railroad........... .... '
out and sign a that he had ....10.10 .
paper 7.2011 2.50 p Lv Fernandina .Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -

been guaranteed a position in the Irish and Hamburg Edgins, 8,4511 4.33p: Jacksonville.Lv 9.45 a 5.10 p for all points North, with steamships FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

(SUNDAYS ONLY.) for New York, Boston and Baltimore. At
house for three the terms I
years on Domestic Shirting, Sheeting, etc. 7.00 a 3.GO::: p Lv Fernandina.Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p Charleston with steamships for New York. Train leaves daily, except Sunclay-
have stated 8.26 a 4.561' Ar Jacksonville. 9.10 a S.SOp::: Philadelphia and Baltimore, For Jacksonville......................... 7.00 a. m. !

lIe worked along for six months -- Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail For Jacksonville ........................ 2.45 p. m.
and Steamship connections, and Baggage
without drawing a cent. He said he between Jacksonville and Orlando and Jacksonville Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths From Jacksonville.....................11.00 a. m.

would draw all his earnings at Christmas. and New Orleans. and sections secured at Company's office in From Jacksonville...................... G.lOp.m.

The cashier one day thought CONNECTIONS : Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot SZtndfll/0I11y-
t THING At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for Ticket Office and: on board People'sLine From Jacksonville .....................10.10:1. m.
]he'd figure up how much would becoming Palatka and all landings ; at St. Catherine with Steamers H. B. PLANT CHATTAHOOCHEE From Jacksonville ..................... C.45p.m.

to the young man. He grewso Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a. m.
: interested in the project that he 1 I with Brooksville steamers, Bartow for landings and Tampa on Lakes; at Leesburg Harris, JAS. L. TAYLOR. For Jacksonville ........................ 4.00 p. m.

for the three Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida General Passenger Agent.R. .
kept multiplying MALLORY LINE.
years. Black Silk Coats
Alpaca Southern for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Orlando FLEMING
The result almost staggered him. with South Florida Railroad for all pointson G. Superintendent. For New York direct, every Wednesday
their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat I and Saturday evening.
This is the column of he tookto
Company, for Gulf coast points,.including Tarpon From XcYork direct Tuesday
the old man: First month, .01; And New Styles in Seersucker Suits, Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc. Florida Southern Railway CO. and Friday eyeing, at 3.00 p.m.every

second, .02; third, .04; fourth, ,08; MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. ORANGE BELT ROUTE. SEX-ISLAND ROt'TE.

fifth, .16; :sixth:; .32; seventh, .64; A BARGAIN.u Tourists by this Route can reach nearly every im- Steamer St. Nicholas leaves Fernandina.

eighth, $1.28; ninth, $2.56; tenth, portant point said of in no Florida other,Line.which can be GOING SOUTH. Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 a. in.;. leaves

$5.12; eleventh, $10.24; twelfth, The most direct route to all. points North, East Font Mail ,Daily Ex.: Accwn'n Savannah Mondays and Thursdays.
and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most Daily. Sunday. Daily.
20.48; thirteenth, $40.96; fourteenth, STRAW AND FUR HATS Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. Palatka..Lv 10.00 a ,Lv a30p ......_...... CUMBERLAND ROUTE.
June.J.T.&K.W..Ar,10.15 a Ar 3.40p _............
881.92; fifteenth, $163.84; sixteenth, Read down. Read up. Interlachen........Ar 11.07 a Ar 4.15 p ......_...... Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Brunswick -
$327.68 seventeenth $655.36 9.00 p ......... Lv New York.-.Ar ......... 8.00 a Wait'sCro\sing.Ar Ar 4.fi2p ......_...... daily at............................ 3.00 p.in.
; ; eigh- 12.20 p ......... Lv Philadelphia-.Ar ......... 4.40 a Rochelle ............Ar 12.06 a Ar 6.13 p _............ (connecting at Brunswick withE.
Ladies' and Misses'AITBR
Boys', ......... ........ .........
4.10 Lv Baltimore .Ar 1.30 a
teenth $1,311.72 nineteenth $2- p Gainesville........Ar 12.45 Ar 5.40 ....... ...
; a p T. V. & G. It.It. for Northern
6.00 a ......... Lv Washington......Ar ........11.56 p :
023.54; twentieth, $5,247.08; twentyfirst 10.49 a ......... Lv Richmond. Ar ......... 6.55 p Gainesville .....__Lv 11.30 a Lv 4.40 p ._..... ...... and Western: points.)
$20- 3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston...: ...Ar ......... 1.53 a Rochelle ......_......Lv 12.21 a Lv 5.13 p 6.5. aIicanopy. Steamer Thos.Colly erfrom Brunswick !-

$10,494.16; twenty-second, G S S B o B S AND S LIPI s sVMERELLBS 8.47 p ......... Lv Cincinnati_......Ar ......... 6.50 a ) ............................ ............... 7.43; a daily at..........................12.15 p.In.
988.32; twenty-third, $41,976.64; 3.30 p ......... Lv Atlanta.Ar ........10.45 a Evinston_......... ..Lv 12.43 P Lv 5.32 P 8.20 a
7.011' ......... Lv Savannah_.....Ar 1.25 p s.45p Lochbie..Lv 12.55 p I.v 5.40 P 8.50 a ST. MARYS RIVEK.
twenty-fourth, $ ; 10.20 a 4.15 p Lv 'ernandina..Ar 10.00 a 3.55 p Ocala................-.Lv 1.52 p Lv 6.25 P 1000 a.Welshton..Ar Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
fifth $165,906.56 twenty-sixth 11.50 a 6.10 p Ar Callahan-.........Ar 7.30 a 2.21 a 2.15p Ar 6.44p 122p
; : For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday
South Lake Weir..Ar Ar'
331813.22; twenty-seventh; $663- 12.20 p 8.30: p Lv Jacksonville.....Ar 6.15 a 2.35 p Conant .................Ar 3.14 3.05p p Ar 7.36 7.27p p 2.48 2.28p P and Friday....................... 3.00 p.m.For .
1.15 9.20 Ar Baldwin.Lv 5.20 a 1.45 a
G2G 24 p p LeesbuJ'g'.Ar 3.53 p Ar 8.02 p 4.20 P : St. Marys and Dungeness, on E
; twenty-eighth, $1,327,252.48; TRUNKS AND SATCHELS.And 1.40 p 9.35 p Lv Baldwin..Ar 5.05 a 1.19p Center Hill.Ar 4.28p ............... ......_...... Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m..
twenty-ninth $2,654,504.96; thirti- 2.36 p 10.42 p Ar Lawtey.............Lv 3.46 a 12.18 p Pem berton's F'ryr 5.12 p ............... .............. For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
2.55 11.07 Ar Starke.Lv 3.10 a 11.56 Brooksville..A.r ...... a
eth 4609009.92 $8- a p p 6.10p. and ...........
; thirty-first, 3.25 a 11.45 p Ar Waldo..Lv 2.30 a 11.08 a *Dinner. at Welshton at 2.15 pm ; Supper at Monday Thursday. 8.00a.m.
618,019.84 $17,236- a great variety of other goods too 4.25 a......... Ar Gainesville.....Lv ........10.05 a 6.45 p m. Steamer Martha arrives
; thirty-second, numerous to mention. 5.16 p to Ar Archer............Lv J9.11\ a From St. Marys and Crandall, on
Eustis Division.Fast
039.G8; thirty-third, $34,472,078.38; Thankful for past favors 5.49 p *V ArBronson........:_Lv % 8.36 a St. John's & Lake Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00a.m.
7.50 a Ar Cedar Key..Lv 6.40 a Mail Mail Daily Ex.
$68,944,156.72; thirty- M. DOWNEY. 4.15 p 12.48 a Ar Hawthorne...... Lv 1.35 a 10.20 a Daily. Daily. Sunday. From St. Marys and Dungeness,

fifth, $137 888 313.44'; thir T-sixth 5.53 p ......... Ar Silver Spring_Lv ......... 8.47 p Leesburg..Lv 4JJOp .............. Lvll.laa on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a.m
S ) J Fernandina, April 10, 1886.( 6.15 p 2,40 a Ar Ocala............_Lv 11.15 p 8.34 a :Fort l\Iason..Ar 4.50 p ....... Ar 1245 P From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
-I 5,116,626.88; total salary for three 7.28 p 4.25 a A Wildwood..Lv 9.34 p 7.26 a Fort Mason.......................- Lv 9.20 a ............... Tuesday and Friday. .............. 2.00p.m.
years $552,554,253.65. 9.().') p ......... Ar Panasoftkee......Lv ......... 6.40 a Eustis...................Ar 5.05 p Ar 9.30 a Ar 1.0Up t
11.10 p ......... Ar Withlacoochee-Lv ......... 5.30 a Tavares..............Ar 5.35 p Ar 10.10 a ............... t
The governor nearly fainted when 7.57 p :.07 p Ar LeesburgLA 8.55 p 6.55 a Lane Park..Ar 5.45 p Ar 10.25 a...............
I 8.25 p 5.45 a Ar Tavares...........Lv 8.25 p 6.30 a Altoona.....-.........Ar 6.45p ............... .............. The City Government. ;
understood how, even if he wastwice ..,..."- "... '- ',.!"i;:, _. 10.00 p 8.15 a Ar Orlando............Lv 10.30 a ....... Pittman_........ ...Ar 7.04 p ..... ......... ...............
as rich as Vanderbilt, he would l/" ">" ). : .. ........._ 1.40 p Ar Tampa ..._....-..Lv ......... 6.00 p Astor................._Ar 8.10p ............... ............... ayor-Jamcs McGiffin. ,
he "ruined in paying John Smith'ssalary ..- .... ./ LIMITED EXPRESS. GOING NORTH. )1:1 halStt'phenlorri3.. ,
." ........ .. ...
1 8.30 a. .Jacksonville..Ar .. 4.23'p Fast Mail Mail Ac.Daily Clerk-Geopge E. Wolff.
He concluded to dischargethe ,.. 8.53 a ......... Lv ...White IIouseAr ......... 3.58 p DaUif. Daily. Ex.Sun..
modest man at once. ". H.10 a......... Ar Baldwin.Lv ......... 3.38 p Astor.................Lv 7.00a ....._........ ............... Assessor-John Stays. ,
young '.. Steamer leaves Jacksonville Wednesdays Pittman._...........Lv 8.01 a ............... ............... Collector-Oliver S.'Oakes.:
Smith had figured up how much ', ; : ,( and Saturdays express at 5.10'1'. m.,connecting with Altoona............. .Lv 8.20 a .............. ............... Treasurer-Thomas Kydd.
would be due him and remindedthe .. .. the elegant steamships: of the Mallory Line, sailing Lane 1'Ilrk..Lv 9.00 a Lv 4.20 p ............... Board of Aldermen-G. F. Avery. President -
semi-weekly for New York direct. Tavares..Lv 9.10 a Lv 4.35 p G. Stark, R. E. Robinson, W. Dorsey,
old man of his'writtcn agreement ... ., Eustis......_...........Lv 9.40 a Lv 5.20p Lv 1.20 p. ;
R. Wilkerson
......'" .. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Fort Mason.........-Lv 9.55 a Ar 4.45; p Lv 2.00 p Reuben Walker l'. MacDonald, -
Rather than take chances in .' y:. ,. < ',:"" ::;.: .'F'. ,' Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and Leesburg._............Ar 11.00 a ............. Ar 3.05 p P. Kelly, Charles II. Berg.
'f. / .
courts and let everybody know how 'i' 'J".f. ..... ..", ,1.A' Savannah, leaves Fernandina Sundays, Tuesdays Main Line. Standing committees of the Council.On :
he had the """,. and Thursdays. upon arrival of morning Finance on Laws and Ordinances ; on 3
been duped, governor .. train Fa4 Mail Daily Ex. Acaom' ; oh r
:. -' from Jacksonville, arriving at Savannahthe Rules ; on Printing ; Taxes and Licenses:

paid Smith $5,000 and bade him ',.'.,.. following, Wednesdays morning.and Fridays Leave Savannah m., reaching Mondays Brooksville...._.._Lv Dail.l:3ultday.8.20 a ...............- .....Daily........... G. Stark, Chairman, Aldermen Berg and
good-by. I've heard he tried ,the Fernandina following a. m. p.Connections at Pemberton'sPryLv 9.40a ............... ............... Robinson.On .
same: in .., : )',.:' Savannah with all rail lines, and with Ocean Center Hill..........Lv 10. a ..........;... .....--.-.... Streets and Drains ; on Public Improvements -
dodge Chicago after leaving Steamship and Boston and Savannah vessels to Leesburg ...........--Lv.ll.05 Lv ,rG.35a ............... ; on Lamps and Lighting
here.-Courier-Journal. :. ', .. : ." and from New York and Boston, and at Fernan- Conant ......'.........Lv 11.34 a Lv 7.00 a............... Streets on City Property; on Scavenger .
;! l'r ft"" rtfrJt4t.: ...". ,o '" ''' \!,,,... dina with trains for all Florida points. South Lake Weir-Lv 11.43 a Lv 7.06 a...............
-- l-. v.: 'Jf'; ,.'?':"'",' 'tI:'" :., !}, .<> ...q' "" *Welshton...........Ar 12.12 p Ar 7.24 a .............- Work : I'. Kelly, Chairman, Aldermen
?')1! FDa PRINTING SEND YOUR :: :; p.":: 7'f: .:.,.; '; '':;:':/' BRUNSWICK.AND'INLAND S. B. CO. Ocala................-Ar 1.00 p Ar 8.14 a .....-......,.. Stark and Robinson.
] .: k J5)(- jbie..............Ar 1.53p Ar 9.04a...........;... On Fire Department; on Police: Charles
orders to the MIRROR office.rMIE" : I Connects at Fernandina daily from and to Evanston ..............A.r. 2.07 p Ar 9.14 a Lv 4.53 p II. Berg, Chairman, Aldermen Walker and
; -:'- .\ Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. ..........- ............-, LV O.4p Wilkerson.
.. Collyer leaves at 2.00 p. Rocheifer.Aif::: :::: Ar 9.3a Ar 6.soP ,I'
m.A. 2.3.1p
MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING : ):,; : "c" o. MACDONELL, Gainesville ......_..Ar 3.20 p Ar 10..);>a -............. On Poor; on Cemetery'; on Wharves and
-i. House is noted for the artistic I. : : ; General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Jackson ......... .Slips: R. E. Robinson, Chairman and Al-
manner \ : :t ,. :.< \ ville, Fla. Gainesville.-Lv l.; .) p Lv 9.4ia ( :
111 which it executes all kinds of Printing. .:! j ;;<: ,,!...y.ll: .!. '."bK: >". D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Sup't- Rochelle......._....-\r.T')2.) p Ar 9.Mit .............. dermen Berg and Dorsey.T .
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THE FLORIDA -MIRROR : MAY 15.:188ir, > : ,
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; I THE FLORIDA MIRROR. ,Preparing-for the Change Death of Frank C. Latham.Mr. : t W.

a- Last week- ,the Mirror mentioned the fact .,Frank C. Latham died at his residenceon I n You Paint,

=-==-= that Chief Engineer Bushnell and his corps Fifth street early yesterday 'morning. t I ---

L' fg.ua A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS, of assistants and section men' would com- Deceased had been suffering from fatty i.USE THE. BEST PAINTS. TIlE

v t mencethe changing of the gauge of the road- tumors in his neck for some time, and four

w t l K Reflections.-- bed of the Florida Railway. & Navigation "weeks ago had' an operation performed to BnillillgIa.terial. II. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTS
a.S .
Mrs. Lines, an old and worthy lady of system on'the 28th inst. The force will be remove them. The operation was only partially -, ---- I I tI II i are acknowledg to be of superior quality,

this county, died on Saturday last. subdivided under. fourteen> superintendents, successful, and a second one-vas determined BRICK, LIME. PLASTER, '

,r l The Mallory steamship San Antonio arrived each'having- from ,35 to GO hands. Spikes upon by the attending ,surgeons, I'I- and will cover much more than cheaper

.;., at her dock this morning at 7 o'clock: have already been driven nearly the entire which was performed on Friday of last CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS, t and lighter brands. Sold only by

Excursion to St. Augustine next Tuesday. length of the road-bed on the inside of'the week. The tumors were all removed in the SASH DOORSAND BLINDS, ,

: +"=s { Train leaves Centre street depot at 7 o'clock left hand rail. On the day' designated for second operation, but the shock upon the FRED W. HOYT & CO.
q I1
;err; s in the morning. each division a special train, bearing a black nervous system was so great that; the pa- PAINTS AND OILS.

:n )Ir. Levy Jones and wife were passengers lag'will give the signal for the simultaneous tient's constitution refused to rally. Finally ,
FRED W. HOYT & CO. --- -
on the steamship State of Texas for the commencement of the. work. to the dif pyaemia! set in and the patient succumbedas -

North last night. ferent gangs, which will have been previ- before stated. It is very probable that

+ + b Mr. D. Gilman, of Manchester, N. H., who ously distributed over the division, and the pneumogastric nerve was affected to a

tesi? $ owns a farm at Amelia returned to his which will work from their: starting pointin great extent, as his system refused to assimilate Fresh Garden Seeds

'+ home last week. both directions, east and west, or north either food or stimulants.Mr. ,

s a Mr. Finn has received the certificate of and south. Latham was yet a young man. being I 1; 9- CROP OF '85-5$

p membership of the Audubon Society for After drawing the old inside spikes, the about 37 years of age. He was one. of our THE OCEAN HOUSE,

'q +f the protection of birds. rails will be shoved up to those now being best citizens,and was esteemed by all classes. In papers or in bulk, at

A large quantity of shovels and wheelbarrows driven, without removing the fish-plates, He leaves wife and four children, two boys (FORMERLY: THE IDLE HOUR)

I, for the East Georgia& Florida Rail- when the outside spikes! will be, driven. and two girls, the'eldest of whom is.only 10 I FRED W. HOYT & GO'S

kfifc rWJSrt&sL'V$ road arrived h)y the Stale of Texas this week. Engines changed to the standard gauge will years of age. .. ON ,AMELIA BEACH,,FERNANDINA, FLA, I II I I
4 Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers and be ready to start out as pilots, with black- The funeral will take place from the I,I '" .. ,

wMw Refrigerators at Fred W. Hoyt & Go's. smiths' gangs to change spreaders and Catholic Church at 9 o'clock this morning. NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.I ; _.. :i"y ;,-.'. '

There will be a meeting of the Albion switches, keeping up with the section gangs. :- : : ,

K, Pavilion Company, at the rooms of the THE WORK AT THE COMPANY'S SHOPS. Masonic. HOUSE, FORMERLY SO POPU- i iI
r ; ; Board of Trade, on 'Monday evening 'nt 8 Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. & A. M., meetsat THIS with the public, located near the
zi+;+ o'clock. The machine shops of the company in the Lodge Room, second story of the Aus- Strathmore Hotel and the Railroad Depot,
this city just now present the ofa has been fitted first-class refreshment
appearance tin building, on Second and Broome streets, up as a
; The City Council meets Wednesday busy bee-hive. A representative of the saloon for the accommodation of the travel-
on Monday evening next,at 7 o'clock sharp. Corn Oats Hay Bran
ing public, as well as the home people. ,
r evening next. It is probable that the contract Mirror in" the shops this week, and I ,
r All Masons in
c. good standing arc requestedto I!
for the boring of an artesian well will was surprised at the immense activity displayed COOL LAGER BEER,
tx 511 be awarded. MIXED FEED, RICE FLOUR, ETC.
1 '0. + r+ll by the force at work. ---- -. .- FINE LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
Mr. J. \\. Howell, formerly collector of The entire machinery department of the MARINE. -

for this removed is under the immediate of Mr. will be made specialty. A SODA-WATER
re t: a w. customs port, yesterday to system charge WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
, Port of Fernandina. STAND will also be run in connection with
lt 'a f
, +t McClenny, Baker county, where he will go L. S. Randolph, Master Machinery:: with HIGH WATER. the institution, for the temperance people.

:,r';' into business. Mr. E. Burton, the general foreman, as his Saturday, May 15............ 5:49 A.)1.. 6:20:: p. M. CLAM CHOWDER AND LUNCHES at -

r' ? e The new hotel Ponce de Leon, now being able', lieutenant. To keep the accounts Sunday, 16............ 6:41": 7:11: all hours. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
s. Monday, 17........... 7:32 7:58: .1 BATHING SUITS TO LET.
d. constructed at St. Augustine is to cost over straight of this force., and the immense material Tuesday. '. 18. ......... 8:17 8:42"Wednesaay : Give us a
will be the on hand requires the services of five ,co'1 '19".........:.. 9.-01 II 9:25 II call.JULIUS KLOTZ
$1,000,000. It most famous
perhaps, Manager.
Aylry .. II
1 Thursdayx).... ...::: 9:43 10:07
+ t. hostelry in the world. clerks. under the chief I,guidance of our old Friday, ". 21....:.......10:2: 10:45"
friend Coll G. L. Baltzell. Mr. S. J. Grif- -t -- ---,--
ENTERED. ; i'I .'
; b Mr. J. E. Owens, a son of Mr. J. Owens, > '
's I
fiths fills the place of assistant clerk and Steam-packet Tlios.;Collyer,Dilwood.from Bruns-
of Evergreen, and a graduate of Emory Col- wick, Georgia, daily.
operator D. J. Taylor (our Dave) is the
; Nicholas Usina, from Savannah
lege, has been selected as principal of Public Steam-packet
M. W. assistant Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
storekeeper; Cargill storekeeper -
";. ; School No. 1 for next winter. and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. & N.) FRED W. HOYT & CO.FFFFF
and L. D. Hill timekeeper.In May 14-Steamship State of Texas, Williams, from .
; The people from the county will give a the absence of Mr. L. S. Randolph and New fork; freight and passengers, to
eery} ,5t R. W. Southwick,
picnic Waterman's Old Field Hart's
a near Col. Baltzell the latter confined his "
U,1/wj Ir:1 being to S-Schooner Lizzie Major, Foster, Boston ;
r# Road, on Friday May 28th, and they invite room by illness, Mr. Burton, the General in ballast to King s Ferry, to load for
the citizens of Fernandina to foreign port.
participate. Foreman, and Mr. Griffiths took pains to Schooner Bessie, Morris, Charleston; in
will ballast to King's Ferry, to load for U U RRRR NX X II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEE
k, For the next few weeks the Mallory explain to the Mirror man the workings of
++ q New F U lilt RNN Nil T U U R RE
only run one steamer to Florida, in order to the different,machines in the shops, of whicha York.CLEARED.. F U UR RN NII T U UR REF

,z give the different ships running to this port large number have been added of recent Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Brunswick U' UR RNN Nil T U U R RE

9 t a chance to overhauled for the winter years. Of course the chief interest centeredin Georgia, daily. FFFF U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEEF
,, rw Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah
business. F U UR R N N X II' T U R R E
wr4 the new machine for boring out the car Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
wheels and the for and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.) F U UR RN XXII T U UR REF
I4 The British steamship Cam Marth Capt. hydraulic press forcing
State of Texas Williams for
L' May Steamship F U U R R N NN II T U R REF
;x rr ll Hurrell, is expected here next Monday. the,wheels on to the axles. The latter is New York; freight and passengers, by
t :4 R. W. Southwick, agent. UUU R R N NN IIT UUU R R EEEEE
wa. IJ She will load at Broqme street dock for Mr. done with seemingly surprising ease by the 10-Brig L. L. Squires, Overton, New York ; i

William Lawtey with cotton seed and naval powerful machine, it being estimated that it railroad ties' by Wm. D. Wheelwright.
& Co.11Schooner.- '
stores for the United Kingdom. has a capacity of 100 wheels per day. Mary F.Carson,Robinson.New .
The wheels of the stock and York; lumber; by Hilliard & Bailey.
t'f .y Contractor Oaks is moving the public pa- rolling 13-Schooner Isaiah K. Stetson, Trask, New Ware-Room Centre Street West of Second.
t vilion on Amelia Beach nearer the Strath- trucks and driving wheels of the locomo :York; lumber, by W. B. C. Duryee. on ,

Hotel it tives will be forced in one and a half incheson VESSELS IN PORT.
more having been found that a

u ;, i portion of it stood upon property not controlled either side by this powerful press. Swedish Brig Mary bark E. Kennedy.Hilda, Jacobson.Waters.

"! ,cj, in .. by the hotel company. The entire force is now working extra Brig Minnie Abbe, Plummer.
hours for the Two Schooner Lizzie Major Foster.
preparing change. new
'phi 't S Not the least of the attractions for the Schooner Bessie, Morris.Schooner .
locomotives, Nos. 51 and 52, were received Tillie Vanderherchen, Bateman.
II) sightseers who expect to excurt to St. Augustine Schooner
Quaker City, McNeilly.
from the Locomotive Works last
next Tuesday will be Chief Chihuahua Schooner William Frederick, Patterson.
+ ; Il week all ready for the standard gauge. Schooner Palatka Chapels.
;r't and his wild Indians, recently Schooner William H. Kenney, Lipincott. THE ATTENTION
aN; They are powerful machines, and are sup-
Schooner Ida Lawrence. Young.
brought there from far Colorado and New
,.' plied with the Fames' vacuum brake whichis - .-. .-- I
a ; Mexico.
White Victoria Lawn
now supplanting somewhat the Westinghouse ,
.v The friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Mac- air-brakes. These locomotives will 20 yards for $1, at MODE BROS'.

Donell sympathize deeply with them in the take the road immediately after the changeof OFIttIJlHOUSEKEEPERSI
loss of their infant, Joel Clark, which died A lady of, culture and refinement, whose
and will be followed
gauge, by seven reduced circumstances will not permit her
x i on Thursday night. The funeral takes more. A like number of old engines will be to play drone;upon society desires employment -

c place from the residence this morning at 10 discarded.The for the summer in either of the following -

o'clock. capacities: (( \\\
motive power, of the shops is sup- As Copyist or Amanuensis in office work; 111 II

Two new bycicles: were received from New plied by a new 35-horse power Westinghouse as Governess or Traveling Companion to I' I

+r l 1,, York by the State of Texas yesterday morn engine, which is a model for com- some respectable party, or as Housekeeperfor I I'' ,

4., f ing. One was consigned to Geo. R. Hubby pactness and strength. the some summer.party No desiring objection to leave to leaving home the for

,' and the other one to Geo. F. Lewis, for There are employed now, in all, over 150 city. Apply at this office.Summer I IS CALLED TO THE-

Johnnie McGiffin. Both of them are 52- men at the shops which will give a slight

w, ;I inch wheels. idea of the vast dimensions of the work done Silks.

The Mirror is under obligations to :Mrs. H. there. Call and examine our line of Summer -
Silks, at 38 cents a yard. Can't be duplicated COMPLETE ASSOETMENT
E. for delicious
Slaughter some ice cream, Excursion to St. Augustine. in the State for less than 50 cents.
sent to the office Wednesday last. Mrs. MODE BROS.
Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. & A., has made
Slaughter is prepared to furnish ice-cream
arrangements for an excursion to St. Augus- For Rent.A .
;'I ?! j''t during the summer, on short notice, at 50 OFFATLYCROCERIES1
tine next Tuesday. The train will leave hondsome store on Centre street.25x50 ;
c i .v cents a quart. I Centre street depot at 7 a.m.; leave Jackson brick building; apartments for family use

There is said to be in one of the German ville at 9 .; arrive St. Augustine at 10.45. in second story. Terms reasonable.
wards of Springfield, Mass, a liquor club Apply to
Iw Returning, leave St. Augustine at 4 p.m.; Mirror Office.
iI /wt called "Wissenschaftlicherkartoffelpfannen-] arrive Jacksonville at 5.35 p.m.; arrive' Fer-

,, w kuchenverein." One of' the by-laws requires nandina at 7.15. 12i yards of 4-4 Fruit of the Loom for $1

i that a member must ell the name to-day, Saturday, only, at
This is desired
,an opportunity long by MODE BEes
R 4; ., of the club after every drink. If he spells it many of our, citizens, and the excurison ,
correctly he is sober enough and thirsty For Rent
bids fair to be a pleasant one for all who I'
17 enough for another drink. for The store recently occupied by Funke's
Being a worthy objectbenefitof
may go.
Dry Goods Emporium on Centre street.G. .
f"" Deputy, Collector T. L. Stewart, upon his Amelia Lodge-we bespeak for them a STARK. BOTH

inquiry, received yesterday a reply from the liberal attendance. Fernandina, Fla., May 14th, 1886.A .

manager of the Associated Press, dated May Fare for the round trip, $2.50 ; children

dt llth,'giving the information that the British under twelve years, 175. Tickets can be wide 40-Inch, colored border, all Linen
Damask Towel at $2.50 dozen worth
::4 t brig S. N. Coll more, which sailed from this procured from either of the committee- $4.00, at MODE BROS'. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 15b

r 1'r port for Rosaria Argentine Republic, on Fred W. Hoyt Chas. H. Berg, Thos. Las- '

L k r &r January 2d, had not been reported as having serre. Atlantic Pavilion.ON .

tt ; arrived to date. This is the brig on
Reorganizing the Military.A .
which Mr. R. V. Dohoney, formerly Masters
meeting for the purpose of reorganizingand AMELIA BEACH. -WHICH WE ARE OFFERINGr -
s iE Machinery of the Florida Railway &
consolidating the Fernandina Infantry
3i Navigation Company, took passage. :Mr.
J" Y 't Dohoney was reported having died on the and Nassau Light Artillery was held This favorite Restaurant and Refreshment

: passage, but the report could not be traced last evening. There was a large attendance, AT VERY ,LOW PRICES.
+ to any authentic source. and an'election of officers for the infantry Saloon, on Amelia's famous beach, is now ,

G *" corps was held and a committee appointedto open for the season after, having under- r '

iI N Ho for the Beach! confer with the old artillery organizationand
renovation. The best of
' +a The following schedule for the running of: report at the meeting Monday night. gone a thorough -

I4 # Ml trains to Amelia Beach. went into effect yesterday We were unable to obtain the complete list service at all times at reasonable rates.

i t : : of officers, but the following will show that
.: DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY ,the new organization mean business:

c LMi :; : Leave Centre street at '4:10 and 7:30p. m. Captain-L. S. Randolph. Fernandina Fla., May 1st, 188G. WHITNER & SCHUYLER,

r r '. Leave Beach.at G:10 and 9:00 p. m. First.Lieutenant-Will LeFils.

My C 1+.'' SUNDAYS, Second Lieutenant-C. H. L ett.CJlainRev. Gents, Attention!

: ,_ Leave Centre street at 10:15 a.,m.,' 12:45, E. G. Chandler.: We can show the most complete line of- ..

: > 2:00,3:00,4:00,5:00) 7:30 p. m.Leive Everyone interested in either organization Gent's Ties. Collars, Cuffs, Hosiery and Un,
I derwear. from the ,cheapest to the best, that
i : Beach at 10:30 a.m.. 1:00,2:20, 3:40: should be present next Monday'night defy competition, at ,

4:15.: 4:30, GI0: ; ).O0 p.m. at Lyceum Hall at 7:30 o'clock. MODE BROS'. ,
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