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 22, 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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TIlE RAILROAD LANDS. which. was paid in cash, the balanceon It is due to these companies, of all cases of all such actual settlers who ground that no location
-- long time. of which was.President during the shall have entitled themselves to made before the having
A CLEAR AND INTERESTING STATEMENT Thus it will be seen that 155 period of the construction of this patents. time fixed for expiration of the

OF THEIR STATUS BY miles of the line of road had been two hundred and tW !lty-five. miles In making this relinquishment, such failure should completing be the road,
EX-SENATOR YULEE. completed in 1860 $2,029 being the standard railroad and for that the as conclusive
gauge ; ( company reserves the right to select evidence of abandonment
1315 CONNECTICUT AVENUE, ) only aid derived from the United reason having a duty to vindicate under the act of June 22,1874, the grant. As this decision of

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 30, 1886. JHon. States grant in its construction.The them), that I should record in this equal quantities of other land in upon a mistake of fact rested

.John A. Henderson: extract from the public docu- connection the considerate spirit in lieu of tracts embraced in such entries made to the Department, applicationwas for

DEAR SIR-I have received from ment printed with :Mr. Call's speechas which they dealt with the settlers on as may be relieved hereby. of the a reconsideration -

your messenger your letter of 26th Appendix A, and which is sameas the public lands along their lines. Very respectfully, by various question proofs. The accompanied -

instant, accompanied by the copy of House Ex. Doc. 144, 47th Cong., As regards the Florida Railroad D. L. YULEE, matter having been referred to the
the Congressional Record referred to 1st Sess., gives the following" state Company, which,constructed the one "President. General Land Office for full
in ment of the facts of performance : hundred and fifty iiles. between The Commissioner of the General the facts, Commissioner reportof

it.You have a right to the informa- On the 22d of September, 1857, Fernandina and Ced r'Kev, its consideration Land Office." made a complete Armstrong of-

tion you ask, and I give it cheer- a map of definite location of that to the set *,rs is shown" by The companies also announced ina all the facts in the case synopsis, and con
portion of the road from Fernandinato the following extract:from a- report cluded his
fully. published communication
Cedar 155 miles in of the salesman dated 12th that, "If summary respecting tie]
neither indirectly Key, length, July in the
I am not, directly nor selections of substitute lands cannotbe survey following words :
interested in the was filed in this office: Eightyfourmiles 1859: After full and
propertiesyou found within the limits of the careful examinationof
have I of the road so located was on After reporting that, up to the first the files and
mentioned, nor any 'pur- grant, the settlers shall have titles records of this office,
the main line and miles of that month 97-100
I seventy-one only 4,444 and the
of ever becoming so. parted from the at the Govern- proofs presented, I find no
1 pose company
(from Waldo to Cedar Key) was the acres had been sold .he proceeds to
with every interest I had in them in ment price, $1.25 per acre. In the room for doubt that the line of route
branch line "The land thus sold valued -
1SS1, my advanced age requiring repose complete. say : was case of homestead lands occupied by of the road in question was actually
"The whole of said 155 miles was at a little less than $2.35
domestic considerations per and
and widows of deceased settlers, they a map of such survey
determine action.I completed in 1860, entitling the Stateto acre, amounting in the aggregate to intended evidence
coinciding to my shall receive title deeds without as of the definite
with say, 595,200 acres for the benefitof $10,444.63, and was. sold partiallyon location of the line
am able to say positiveness, charge, whether substitute lands can filed in the Gen-
of the fact the road. Up to the present time a credit, one-fifth ,or more of the be eral Land Office
also, having knowledge obtained or not. on December 14,
that Mr. Dickerson has not the but 290,123 28-100 acres have been purchase money being exacted in After making this seventy miles, 1860, and that it was prepared and
the State under this cash and the titles, retained
to as a se-
approved in "
!slightest interest, now or prospectively the control of the companies was good faith. This report -
either in the stock or in the grant. Said lands were approved curity for the payment of the resi- transferred by the holders to a party may be found at pages 8 to 11
lands of the company you represent. prior to January, 1860. idue, with 8 per cent;interest. These headed by Sir Edward J. Reed, of of the same document 91. In the
best refer to him for The United States Governmenthas sales have been almost entirely concessions same document at 12 will
But you can England. Of their means and good page be
for the past twenty-five, years to actual settlers and occupants"At found the of
satisfaction. faith there seemed no reason for reply Secretary Schurzto
Jour the had the use of the road for militaryand the same time the adjacent Government the Commissioner dated
As regards the action of companies doubt. It was believed the accessionof January
connected with the line of postal transportation upon the land on the even sectionswas their capital and enterprise wouldbe 28, 1881, in which, after going over
terms provided in the granting act ; held at the :;rice of $2.50 per all the details of the
and the
road between Amelia Island of advantage to the State, and case, he concludes -
waters of Tampa Bay,with a branchto and has had the benefit of its con- acre. *", V that the trust to complete the con-, 'by directing the Commis-
associatedwith struction in opening its lands to And as regards t'le,, ninsular and sioner to file the and
I struction
Cedar Key while was to Tampa might be safely map accom-
market, so that I believe every even Tropical Florida Railroad Companies panying and "to
those corporations, and was the committed to them. The agreementof papers make the
section the line has been sold. the ,letter addressedby
along following withdrawal of lands
president of them, I will proceed to transfer contained a contract pro- necessary to
give you the information you ask. For this benefit 1,871 acres per mile me to the Commissioner of the vision in the following words : protect the rights of the company
has been all the actual contributionmade General Land Office, in behalf of and secure the adjustment ofthe
THE FLORIDA RAILROAD. thus far by the Government.OF those companies, will indicate their "The party of the second part grant the line "
the upon
( Reed party) will proceed,with
The act of Congress making the THE SECTION OF THE LINE BE- liberal disposition toward the set- due All that relates, to this matter may
diligence to complete the -
grant of alternate sections to the TWEEN WALDO AND TAMPA BAY. tlers, which letter will be found as Florida Railroad to the waters of be found fully reported to the Senate

State of Florida for various lines of The location of this part of the reported to Congress; on page 76 of Tampa Bay.'' in the document No. 91 above referred -

road was approved 17th May, 1856. line was commenced in 1858 and Senate Ex. Doc. No. 91, of the 1st to. In that document, at
At this
Before that date ((1853) the Florida completed in the course of 1859'G0.Some Sess., 48th Congress: the point of roads my connection with pages 82 to 87, there is contained an
Railroad Company had been organ- delay in this was due to the "FERNANDINA, FLA."June 25, 1881. have system since held andI opinion and decision of Secretary
not interest in
ized to construct a road between I prevalence of Indian hostilities in "SiR: Referring to my letter to you them any Teller made in January 30, 1884,
as a property directly nor in-
Amelia Island, on the Atlantic, and that part of the country, as will be of April 26th? ult., I beg leave to say which is so complete in its summaryof
Cedar Key, on the Gulf of Mexico. seen by letter of the'president thecompany that, having how sufficiently: ''ascertained directly.It I the whole matter, ,and so lumi-
has been
a sore disappointment
Subsequently, in December, 1855, to Commissioner r of the" the general icts::relative to. ; ,, nous_in its reasoning and distinct in .
the Legislature amended the charter' General Land Office, dated September entries on the line 'of"its road, the "that due tli t; opnfawGX': and i: tCPSfetrtje the 'Ii16 c."V'.uclu"lUntt"ir vh tr1ld"-" "l.U!'- = .t_ ,.;-
of the Florida Railroad diligence" complete give all the light to be desired.It .
Company so
5, 1856. The final map of loca- company has come to a decision as not'fulfilled.
to it the to constructthe road to Tampa was will be seen that while I actedas
as give power tion, as adopted and approved by to its proper action.
railroad from Amelia Island, on the company, was filed in the officeof It rests in the volition of the com- DELAY IN CONSTRUCTING THE LINE President of the several compa-
the Atlantic to the waters of FROM WALDO SOUTH. nies there was constructed and
the Commissioner of the General pany, as is recognized in the general 1
with extension to Cedar It has been stated above that equipped one hundred and fifty-five
Bay, an Land Office on the 14th December, instructions issued from your office, as
Key, which description covered one 1860. whether or not it will assert its titleto soon as the obstructions interposed miles of railroad between Fernan-

of the lines specified in the granting On the 13th August, 1858, the lands occupied under homesteadand !. by United States officials were removed dina and Cedar Key, with an acqui-
act of the work with. sition of 290,000 acres of United
Congress.But company contracted with- William other entries after the survey of was proceeded
to that amendment and 'I. The of the work south- States grant land, equal to 1,871
Phelan for the grading, culverts, the line, which in this case was in progress
prior to the act of Congress granting bridges, cross-ties, etc., of the first 1858-59. ward was arrested by the war. The acres per mile (leaving due and not

alternate sections of land, namely, forty miles from Waldo southward The company had heretofore decided reconstruction of the State govern- ,i obtainable upon the line for that

on the 17th January, 1855, the com- towards Tampa, with the privilege to to make relinquishment in ment took place in 1868, and shortly part of the construction 305,077
pany had contracted with Anson the contractor to extend his work to favor of actual settlements prior to afterwards the Commissioner of the acres), and seventy miles from Waldo

Bangs, of New York, to construct Tampa upon the same general termsif December 13, 1875, and to accept General Land Office decided in respect southward towards Tampa,for which
the road on its original line between his option was determined and substitute lands, as was made knownat to this particular road, That no part of the United States lands a

Fernandina and Cedar Key. This notified to the company by the 1st the time to the Department. Subsequent the failure to construct the line by earned by the construction had been

contract was canceled after a small day of January following (1859). to that date there have been the time specified in the statutes, it brought into use by sale during the

amount of work had been performed, He did give the notice before that numerous additional'entries.. will require enactment by Congressin period of construction._

and on the 11th June, 1855, a con- date of his extension of the contractto Nine hundred and forty-one order to make the grant effective." .

tract for the same work was awardedto Tampa.The .1. homestead entries have been madeon i This continued to be the position Masonic.
J. Finnegan & Co., a firm composed contractor proceeded vigorously I the line between Waldo and of the Land Department until the Amelia its Lodge, No.47, F. & A. M., meets tat t

of Alexander :McRae, of Wilmington in the execution of the con- Tampa Bay, six' hundred and year 1875, when, upon application at Lodge 7 o'clock room, sharp.Wednesday Work in eveningnext the :M.

North Carolina, and A. H. tract, and was making good progress twenty-eight of which were made for a further consideration of the M. degree. All Masons in good standingare
Cole and J. Fi nebgan. of Florida when the occurrence of the civil war since the 13th December, 1875, question, the Commissioner of the invited to attend.
who resumed the'work in the winterof made it impossible for the work to being two-thirds of the whole. General Land Office under date of

1855-6, but some time in 1858, be continued. At that time the grad- This is a large number, and they October 22, 1875, wrote a communication Ho 1 for the Beach.

being in failing circumstances, sold ing was mostly made for, some fifty cover 80,139 acres of the first choiceof in which, after referring to The following schedule for the running of

and assigned the contract and assets, miles, and the culverts,bridges, cross- the granted land, which the com- the then recent decision of the trains to Amelia Beach is now in effect:

with the assent of the company, to ties, etc., done on the first twelve pany is deprived of. United States Supreme Court in the DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. .
E. N. Dickerson and associates.The miles. "On the other hand,most of these case of Scheulenberg vs. Harriman, Leave Centre street at 4:10 and 7:30 p. m.

road between Fernandina and After the civil conflict had devel- actual settlers have made improve- he concluded as follows: Leave Beach at 6:10 and 9:00 p. m.

Cedar Key was substantially completed oped into flagrant war it was impos- ments upon the lands they occupy, "It seems, therefore, .now to be SUNDAYS.
and equipped by the year sible to command labor or suppliesfor some of them doubtless of much settled that the view of the office, as Leave Centre street at 10:15 a. m., 12:45,

I860, within about four years after construction, nor could rails or value. The company would, of announced by its letter of October 2:00, 3:00,4:00, 5:00, 7:30 p. m.

the passage of the land grant act. equipment be procured, the coast course, refuse to appropriate to its 6, 1870, was erroneous ; that no Leave Beach at 10:30 a. m., 1:00, 2:20, 3:40,

It was a broad gauge road (five feet), being closely] blockaded and all com- benefit the labor and outlay of the action by Congress is required for a 4:15,4:30,6:10,9:00: p. m.

laid with heavy rail of superior mercial intercourse with the sourcesof settlers which these improvements restoration of rights, but that, on Shipments froy/i This Port.

manufacture, mostly of sixty poundsto supply interdicted and illegal. represent, but, on the contrary, would the contrary, the right created by During the past week the following ship-
the lineal yard, and in all respects The State was not reorganized un- desire to sustain and stimulate their the act of )May 17, 1856, remains effective ments were made from this port via the New

conformed to the strict specifications til 1868, and as soon as the unavoid- efforts. The entries were innocentlymade and may be exercised under York steamship line:

prescribed in the sixth section of the able obstructions interposed by the by them in the reasonable be- the methods prescribed by that act, Per.steamship State of Texas, of the Mal-
State Internal Improvement Act. action of'the officials of the United lief that they were acquiring a law- until such time as Congress may see lory Line for New York, May 15-66,500
lumber 85 merchandise 25
For this part of its constructedline States were removed, the construc- ful and unquestionable right tq the fit to declare its purpose to re-enter feet boxes bees,, 38 barrels packages rosin, 22 barrels,

the company was entitled to receive tion of the road was resumed and land. A large proportion of them upon the estate granted for breach of spirits.

through the State, 595,200acres proceeded with, and seventy milesof were recent immigrants and ignorantof condition." Per steamship San Antonio of the Mallory

of land from the United States. it south from Waldo, in the direc- the fact that these lands had This letter of the Commissionerwill lumber Line, for, 243 New cases York cedar, May, 222 16-80,000 barrels rosin feet,

But it received, in fact, only 290,123acres tion of Tampa (by the Peninsular been withdrawn from market many be found at large at page 6364of 88 barrels spirits, 109 packages vegetables,

that being all the odd section Railroad Company as far as Ocala, years back by your department, Senate Ex. Doc. 91, 1st Sess., 48th 100 packages merchandise.

lands along the line. The actual and by the Tropical Florida Railroad which, indeed, had never been for- Congress, as will. also be found at Line steamship for New York Carondelet, May, 20-10,000 of the Mallory feetlumber {

contribution from the United States, Company south of that point), was mally revoked. pages 65-66 the letter. of the Com 243 cases cedar, 465 packages vege-
therefore, was 1,871 acres per mile. built and put in use with trains. In due consideration of all the missioner to Secretary Chandler, of tables, 20 logs ceaar,131 barrels rosin, 20

But the line of road' was at that This seventy miles of road was circumstances, the company has decided April 20, 1876, laying before him the packages barrels spirits merchandise.Miss 40 barrels. cotton seed oil, 75

time mostly through any unsettled proceeded with and constructed with- to extend the relinquishmentor whole case, "with the recommendation -

country, and the lands were not sale- out one dollar of aid from any sale waiver heretofore made to all actual that the map be accepted and Celia Person left the city on Tuesday

able. It appears by a report 'made of United States grant lands, and bona fide settlers who made improvements the lands withdrawn for the purposes I afternoon for Atlanta, Ga., where she pro-

by Mr. George "r..Call, who had in without even mortgaging them, but prior to the 16th day of of the grant." At page 14 of the poses to spend the summer with her brother.

charge the sale of these lands, that of course at the same time expecting March, 1881, upon which day your same document will be found the reply Her absence has caused the gents to feel

up to July 1, 1859, only 4,444 27-100 from them reimbursement in such instructions were issued to the local of Secretary Chandler to? the very lonely.-Adv;

acres of the land had been sold, sum as they might produce. It was land officers. The department can Commissioner, dated April, 29, 1876, The best 50 cent Colored Bordered Quiltin

averaging a price of, little less than built, also, without any aid from the accordingly apply this waiver or relinquishment in whicn he declines to concur in the State for the money, at

$2.35 per acre, only one-fifth of State, or counties, or local citizens. in.its action upon the i such recommendation, upon the > MODE BEOS'.




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REGRET. .:I II affair' :'on the spot and hope for a better I and other,trinkets. would be forwarded'tomorrow -- great solemnity,'regardless of the .fact my aunt, :Miss Dynoch. Well, I don't-
future. He sat up until ,2 o'clock ; per' mail. The postmark on 'that the terrier was worrying at the exactly know. I never imagined
,nki,d Because do not mourn those ruby sweet lips wife of of thine mine.- ,that morning writing and rewritinghis : the cover was Carhill. ,heels of his boots on the chance of i one would be so foolish as to believe any i in
It ,A,. *i!! That marble brow-, advertisement, tearing up sheet Not so will 'I be baffled !I'" cried their being rats, do not put -me off! iI { i such trash. Where is Rosalinda?
,"e .v+ l i Were kissed by one who might have been, upon sheet'of rose-coloredpaper in his Septimus,.V' Does this impertinent am not to 'be deceived: I am'' Nowhere. Why ? Because she doesn't
%p,r Ktj4 !! Had I not Thy chanced husband to now.step between, endeavors after. perfection. was satisfied, and the masterpiece asunder?" And then descending ) c< that you have a companion- brain."
} I do not grieve because thy heart, ready : From the heroics.he: confided to an intimate 'a beautiful young lady-conctlaled- 'Septimus put his hands to his head.
sI !, Ere Cupid touched it with my dart whose, friend his intention of check- 111 have such 'Vha-who "
" r For him would beat j A young gentleman, morn- no thing, interrupted is Rosalinda ? h e
1 ,Y Nor that the hand which owns m)' ring ing hours are devoted to the. pursuitsof mating old Gawkroger in the longrun.. :Miss Dynoch with some temper, gasped.Mr. .
r .,i v Once wore his gift, Mispah" thing.It commerceso he got 'out of the The two young men laid their heads and never had in my life. ,Do you : Fenwick succeeded with some
.tiyJ l r ;,, was but meet. hide and 'tallow difficulty" wishes to together, and between them hit on the mean to insult me ?" difficulty in suppressing a violent
. : I sigh not that his arms were placed correspond with a maiden.of great personal following plan : Septimus was to tell No companion !" gasped Septimus. cough that threatened to become Un-
Some scores of times around your waist 'attractions, his own being'not' to the firm that a relation of his was Does not :Miss St. Claire live here ? manageable. .
:c.t* Oh, no, So my sweet love!and the slim.woe you seeM be depised! with a view: to matrimony. alarmingly ill in Northshire, and to Your nephew wrote and told that she If you insist upon it, Mr. Potter
++ Is mine because vou wedded me His'prospects are good ; he stands five beg for a few'days' '''holiday. He was was dangerously ill. I've came all tq; put the case clearly, I don't be:
= t Instead of him.POTTER'S feet eight in his boots ; his eyes are I not to answer Mr.: Thomas Gawkro- the way from London to see her. I lieve there's no sich a person.: "
FIANCEE. blue and his hair auburn., His great ger's letter (to'write to 'Rosalinda on a have corresponded with her regularlyfor Sir," stammered Septimus, who
: t.I ;f+; :, desire is to meet with a partner who bed of sickness would be worse than months." was totally unacquainted with the
r,i:' It was exceedingly hot in -the little has similar tastes, as his are refined to useless), but to take a ticket to Char- Then you ought to be ashamed of works of the great writer from whom
: w ,+ parlor of the' country inn where Ed- a high degree. Photos could be exchanged hill and burst upon the conspiratorslike yourself!" said Miss Dynoch, and the Mr. Fenwick'quoted, "I fail to com
mund Fenwick lay tossing on the and,returned if not approved. a bomb-shell. rosebuds rattled in her cap. prehend your meaning. I don't know
,, t iF,. horse-hairsofa, inadequately supportedby Address Rupert-care of the editor of *' t, My intentions, madam, are honor- what you're driving at. Rosalinda:
..i, pillows-the very picture of weari the Brickbury Chronicle. Miss St. Claire ?" he inquired of a able. Your nephew, :Mr. Thomas the young lady, is-" '
ness and misery., On the evening of the following buxom, high-colored; woman-servant. Gawkroger-" Now, my .dear :Mr. Potter" said
f He had come down on a fishing expedition ,Saturday,two letters lay on his table. I. am her intimate friend. How is :My nephew's name is Mr. Edmund Edmund Fenwick, cordially,still with
,4 with a few select companions, Breathless with agitation, he tore one she ? 'Is she better?" Fenwick. ,Leave-the room instantly !1I his handkerchief to his face, you
s r,,, and, as ill-luck would have it, he had of them open ; it'was a blotted and ill- Beg pardon," said the servant. You have come here under false pre- have been badly treated, I know, andI
? ," met with an accident jumping out of expressed note from a young lady in a Miss St. Claire-the lady who is I tenses. Quit my house immediately !I" -apologize most sincerely. Shake
,4; the dog: and had broken his leg hairdresser shop. He threw it indignantly so dangerously ill !" But Rosalinda, where shall I find hands and come and have some
i the second day after his arrival. on one side. What had he There's none sick in th' house her ?" asked Septimus, looking wildly luncheon. You must really want it
f., ;nfah:.. Just come up from the station, sir, and she in common ? now,"' said the woman stolidly ; but round as if he thought it probablethat after your journey ; and upon my
._ Eighteen-pence to pay, and sixpence The second letter was written on they've got whooping-cough down his fair lady-love might be con- word, I shall require support, too, be-
for the boy" lilac paper, the envelope sealed with a the-lane." cealed behind the yellow silk curtains. Fore I encounter my aunt again. I
It was the current number of the seal bearing the impress of a Cupid. No, no !exclaimed Septimus, arranging Miss Dynoch became perfectly rigid answered your advertisement. I
i Brickbury Chronicle. The letter itself was neatly written ina his fur collar. He could see with suppressed rage. She pulled the wrote the letter. I sent you a photo-
1, clear, firm, running hand. We can- in a glass in the hall how well it bell violently. At the same instant graph that I bought at a shop. It was
r h,, :! f'' Septimus Potter was a clerk in a'' not do better than give it word for looked. This is:Miss Dynoch's house, the door was thrown open. Susan !I" scandalous, but I did Rosalinda, to
;. Z' ; large house of business in the city. word : is it not ?" < cried Miss Dynoch, show'this person mention the lady for the last time, I
.,{ A 4 S: The exact nature of the business transactions Dear and Gallant Sir : I feel as I Aye, but she's at hoam." out." do assure you, that Rosalinda is a
7+ '.d, of the firm by which he was read your thrilling lines that I have at Well, then, I have come to see the Septimus turned to make one last myth pure and simple."
.f r ,,. a ,, employed it would be hard to describe, last met with a kindred spirit (let me lady' who. is' companion to Miss Dy- appeal, and almost fell into the arms *
,, I but principally it had to do with hides not be ashamed to own it) for which hItnoc of a good tempered looking young And Emily forgave him when he
r : and tallow. Septimus' was, consequently my heart has long yearned.! Gladly- I dunno what's to do," said the man, with a brown beard and twink- told; her the whole story. She and
y engaged in avocations of a ah, gladly would I enter into corres- servant, eyeing him suspiciously ; but ling eyes. Septimus were married the following
r commercial character which bore directly pondence with such a one as Rupert, the mistress is within. Will ye give a u Hallo, my good fellowtake care !1" Christmas, and they have a charming
3 on this subject. So far, he was but, alas I am an orphan maid, and name" .. 'he said to Septimus. Why, what's house in Brickbury. Septimus still
in the same position as scores, of young the world's riches are not for me. You Strange that they, are all in league the matter ? I hope you are not ill, wears a velvet coat in the evening,
men in the city; but,in one particular, would spurn the poor girl who must with Gawkroger," said Septimus to Aunt Zoe?" but he has dropped his airs and
he differed from his companions-he gain her humble crust by her own ex- himself as he handed his card to this '' No, Edmund, my health is pre- graces, and is the most devoted hus-
,. was thoroughly ashamed of his work. ertions. Yet, perhaps, your noble nature alarming personage. It was a very served to me. But I beg that you band in the world, while his sweet-
Indeed, he has kept hide and tallow a might not turn from the despised neat, glazed card, which he had lately will dismiss this person from the tempered wife treats him with the
w ''a'utr profound secret for a considerable companion. Did I but know :My had printed.The house. He is a dangerous character; profoundest respect, and has never so
p length of time; and even his most intimate dearest aspirations are to be elegant ; servant left him standing in the he has used tha most disrespectful lan- much as referred to Rosalinda since
r friends, the Windles-who to cultivate my mind to a high pitch hall, but returned almost immediately guage !1"' their wedding day Household IV ord.
;-.: ,: lived at Brickbury, in the same street under your tuition, would leave noth- to say, would'he walk in. "I assure you,,madam," began poor -
, as himself-even Emily Windle,whom ing wanting to gratify yours-dare she Hat in hand, Septimus entered and Septimus, who wished himself safe at "Yon had better put them down on a
t t4 i. he admired, and who was not unfavorably sign herself?- found himself in a handsome drawingroom home in Brickbury, "I mean no disre- piece of paper," said :Mrs. S. on giving her
1 disposed to his advances, had Affectionately and humbly, face to face with a prim elderly spect." first order. "Oh, no," said Mr. S., "my
had of the truth till ROSALINDA ST. CLAIRE. with small terrier at What's business here ?" asked "
f 5'' n never an inkling lady, yelping your memory is good.: Well, then, a spool of
7 .sb + it came out one day by accident.made' I.enclose my photo. I am a bru- his heels. The lady had a gold eye- the new-comer. You see that you 60 Coate's ,black thread." "Yes." "A
- .; a fe\V1 jokes at the expense of his eyes. Ere sorrow met my, pathI the card, while she threw her head "I received a letter on .Monday," ico. "Yes." "A small hammer,a can of
41; friend, and these jokes, as often,happens was not considered unlovely. Your backwards after,the fashion, of peopleof explained Septimus,'taking an envel- peaches of the Passadena brand, a dozen
; had not been appreciated. The answer, should you deign to send one, weak sight. Her gown was of rust- ope from his, pocket. hI was pre- small pearl buttons two yards of cardinal
fact was that Septimus, who 'was only will beforwarded, to me by a friend. ling silk, her presence full of dignity ; pared for ill news, but not-not for ribbon, silk on one side satin on the other."
gifted with very ordinary capacities, Till then, farewell Address, R., yet indications of feminine coquetrywere such treatment as this. Consider my Yes," said :Mr., S., thoughtfully.A pair
+' 4M firmly believed that his vocation was Postoffice, Great St. Paul's street, E. not-wanting in the arrangementof position in the world, Mr. Thomas of slippers for baby, a dozen lemon's, a good
ii art, and that'he was a misappreciated C." the lace tippet on her shoulders and Gawkroger !I" tooth brusb, a,pineapple, two ounces of sky-
t rc r ': genius. He had been given a fair The weeks went on ; his holidayswere the rosebuds that dangled from her Oh, ah-yes !r' broke in the man blue German yarn an ounce vial of homoeo
i start in life by a bachelor uncle ; the at hand. He would fain have with, the beard. Mr. Thomas Gaw- pathic nux vomica pellets a-" Waita
c firm treated him well ; he had a rising visited his Rosalinda at her home in cap.The carpet was soft and velvety. kroger, to be sure. He wrote to you, second," said Mr. S., counting on his fin-
,, salary, and was considered by his Surrey, but she besought him not to Septimus glanced at his muddy boots did he?" gers.II a bottle of vanilla extract anda
+, h friends to be a most fortunate young come ; he should not first look upon .with dismay. He would willingly He did. And if you can tell me yard of triple box-plaited crepe lisle:
: her in the halls of slavery. Her Ru- have made a more splendid entrance : where he has hidden away this lovely ruching and three yards of small-checked
satisfied. pert must'wait till fate smiled upon into the halls of slavery. I gn-1 nainsook and-" But Mr. S. had seized
their path, and she enclosed a little Miss Dynoch, I believe ?" he said, Edmund !1" cried Aunt Zoe, with his hat and was, running for the station.
y Septimus lounged into a readingroom poem on the subject which 'made him with his best bow. upraised hands, what is the meaningof What the poor man brought home was a
to which he subscribed. It was happy for days. He sent her a ring- Yes, that is my name. Perhapsyou all this? Do you or do you not yard of bedticking, three yards of black
r., a dingy, shabby place, with a torn two golden hands clasped togetherand will be so good as to inform me to know who :Mr. Thomas Gawkrogermay nankeen crepe, a ,bottle a scrub of brush vinegar, a pound eight yards of of
carpet and a dusty velvet sofa. :More he wrote her long letters every what cause I am indebted for this' be ?" green
of coat thread, of
7 sixty spools a yard
r. than once he thought of Emily's tear- day, which she answered at first oncea visit." "Well, Aunt Zoe," replied the yarn very black calico and a pint bottle of
a, .' I' ful gaze, of the cozy drawingroomand week, and then once a fortnight. She did not ask him to sit down, nephew, gently stroking his- beard, I homeopathic piUs.II my dear,"
' i x the happy evenings he had spent' At length there came a day when he and she remained standing herself. have heard of such a man." throwing down his package triumphantly.
km there drinking tea out of gold-and. had not heard for a whole month. He I have come, Madam," said Septi-- Then I am sorry for the companyyou "I don't think you'll find a thing missing.
white cups,ornamented with butterfly was frantic with vexation ; some of his mus, much impressed by her dignity, keep !I" Who says a man can't do shopping?"
, handles, which he had himself pre- friends had begun to talk and tease "to demand Miss St. ClaireRosalinda The fact' is," he said, turning to
;; sented to :Mr. and :Mrs. Windle on the him about his new flame ; should he St. Claire-of, your,hands:" the discomfited. Septimus, "my aunt,
a y 1r twenty-fifth anniversary of their wed- lose her now, just as he.was about to He had prepared his speech and a :Miss Dynoch-" W. K.. BAIJKNIGHTV
, ; ding day. No, he would stay where have his salary raised ? He could not great deal more, but,the rest of it had : Do not drag my name into the AGENT.WHOLESALE .
tW ,Y t he was, and show his spirit as a man brook the thought. quite gone out of his head. discussion, I beg." AND RETAIL
of character. So he sat down to a In despair'he wrote a few hurried "I beg youi pardon., I must ask No, by no'means, dear aunt. The BUTCHER AND ANDDealer STOCK DEALEU
table with a determined air, and lines, begging to be allowed to see her, you to speak up." fact is your name's Potter-Mr. Septimus in Ice
'!t dragged a paper towards him. It was bemoaning her long silence. Life Miss St. Claire, madam," repeated Potter, of course ?"
. the Brickbury' Chronicle. A corner of without his Rosalinda was insupportable Septimus, raising his voice and en- Septimus bowed. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
.rl this select publication was devoted to to ,him, etc. In answer to this deavoring to drown the shill bark of "Of 4, Prospect Place. Brickbury." BROOM STREET WHARF,
y1y,,; : advertisements, 'and, as Septimus appeal he'received a short epistle in a the terrier. ":My Rosalinda, where ,is Septimus bowed again.::: I-ft FER ANDINA. FLA.
F 1 El looked down the ,column, a pathetic shaky handwriting. Rosalinda had she? How isshe, ?" Then, my dear Mr. Potter, you
? .i. t appeal met his eye : An elderly) been ill ; she had"parted with her em- There must be some mistake,' I, and I have a,few words,to say'to each TOURIST HOUSE, '
a i > { P widower, no longer handsome, engagedin ployer, and had 'gone to be the companion think," said the lady.II The .,people other on business. Come and have a
v the ham and sausage business, desires of a maiden, lady of wealth inorthshire. from whom.I took the house are called glass of sherry. These matters are FERNANDINA- FLA.
>.o correspond with a young and It was a, long journey Jones., Do you 1 not come' on businessto best arranged without troubling the B *NOWOPEN: -@
beautiful lady-possessing ClOOO- from London; she dared not invite her see'mynephew?" ,ladies. Aunt Zoe, if ,you will excuse
'. f+ if who would" ,meet him at the hymenealaltar. 'Rupert the house that washer tem ".,The same,".replied Septimus, little me,I'll take Mr. Potter into the diningroom NEWLY FURNISHED. First-class accommodations. PAINTED-
q; rt +t porary home. If better, she would knowing that hehad given the wrong at once. .
a4 + Septimus had no originality, but write again next'week.. Adieu, and card,,with the address, of his firm TERMS $2.00 PER DAY.
who quicker to seize an idea when itt again adieu printed the righthand corner.. Sit down, do, Mr. Potter," said
; was once put before' him in black and But she did not write. Days went '* :Mr.: Thomas Gawkroger has writtento : ,his companion, pleasantly. :My $ ? Special arrangements by the week or

r +'1 ,1.,' white ? He read, and at the same,moment by, and at last, one foggy'morning towards me,. and ,I am here to inquire after name, as, you already know, is Fen- month.'V.. G. ELLENWOOD,
t resolved that he also would confide the end of November, Septimus the health:of Miss St. Claire." wick., I am sorry that you should 10 Proprietor.
"ci' an'advertisement to the columnsof received a communication from a -The lady shook her head, her man- have had this long journey for nothing -
'w 4 t : this excellent journal. Should an stranger a gentleman who signed ner became more severe. ." SEWING MACHINES,
t, elderly, a plain pork butcher meet, himself "Thomas Gawkroger.". His ":My nephew is .from home _at the For nothing," said Septimus, wax-
with success and he not? Farther worst fears'were"realized'; the gentleman moment. I must ask you to wait in ing bold under this civil treatment. ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES.
, down the list he, saw touching" appeals: wrote that it was his painful the hall till his return./' Where"
a from loving ladies who wished to meet duty'to inform Mr. Potter that Miss but For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO
Sheapproached the bell, Septimus "Y es, I know what you are going to
;1i with eligible husbands. Had he everbeen Rosalinda St. Claire was suffering from pushed forward. ask, and upon my'word I'm ashamedto -
disdainful towards the fair sex? so severe an attack of illness that the "Your nephew I"! he exclaimed ; answer your question, but if you in- of every description, and
: Ah, well,. Emily-pshaw She waS 'doctors declared that ATTA H"ENT8 for Sewing Machine,
' IF a there was no my letter is from Mr. Thomas Gaw- sist upon it you shall have a full ex- W any
simple girl who could not appreciate: hope of her ultimate recovery. As, kroger." planation. Though," here he smiled for sale.
y 'i his higher aspirations; well enough, Mr. Potter and the young lady had Then there is decidedly some mis- and !his eyes twinkled, 'though I 'Old Machines repaired at moderate
doubtless, but uncultivated for never met, the writer hoped that time take. I must wish you good morn- hardly expect you to believe me !1', prices.
r him. He had already paved the way, would soften the blow and 'reconcile ing." Who is Mr. Thomas-" HENRY HOBEIN,
.t'M t i s .he would break off that unfortunate Mr. Potter to the inevitable. The Corner Third and Ash Streets,
ring Madam, said Septimus with "Gawkroger? You are as bad as 8 ., Fernandina, Fla.
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.' '.m, __ THE FLORIDA MIRROR: MAY 22, 1886. ;

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A NEW ANAESTHETIC.IMPORTANT I hung at, his side, and he could feel :LASE S I NATURE'S TARRANT'S .=/' "1"0_..:.:.. .' 1 '" ". ,-"" '

that they were there, but they were EFFERVESCENT SELTZER ; : : .',
DISCOVERY OF A POOR beyond the voluntary control of the' J* #. '* *l lr CURE FOR APERIENT. .' "'.
BROOKLYN DENTIST. will ; a sense of dreamy languor'followed ] JEWELRY $TORE [ .CONSTlp.'TION.Pleasantaperient An elegant, efficacious, in the, ---A: : ,:E

A week ago a little baldheaded and, as if on the wings of a' form when of a powder dissolved,producing in = c-u .'' .
lives in fleet bird he borne the '* water : H&E'3: 1
dentist who Brooklyn sent was through : an axhilarating,effervescing u. OO m ,
invitations to the eminent doctors in air high above the earth.. The 'sensation -' draught, recom- .*;)-" tI*: E 5 (.:) t::: .
mended d
Offers for the by our best Phys- : : ... "
approaching Holidays fine r .
a % '. .
Then icians' reliable ... -
and as a aud -
city Philadelphia asking was altogether pleasant. -
this assortment of Solid and RolledTEWEI agreeable remedy. It cures .=.... iIJ-Co"':: ,
them to be present at a series of experiments the scene changed, and his skull'' .,J. e Constipation, cures Indigestion ; ; ::-;'o

that he proposed} making tingled, a million minute hammersno : :LRYLadies : : e" cures .Dysi>epsia, ": .:: :: "'O"j: 0ro :-
< SBKr cures Piles, cures Heart- .:. rJ:
with a new anesthetic he had discovered bigger than a fine needle began C "t. $ bumcuresSick Headache, =... .=.,..-. "::.j.-., ::. ;. ..
lie explained that his pounding all at once. They shat- and Gentlemen's cures Liver Complaint =.1':) (II !- .
S.IC k.H ea d.h e cures Sick Stomach and C < .....
< '"
compound was something entirely tered into fragments.in an instant ,I gently urges all the excretory 0., ",= re='>
unknown hitherto, and the result of the napkin was removed and all was' Gold Silver Watches AND. tion.organs It should to a proper be found ac "CF..(fipa II----

jive years' work. He pleaded that over. Recovery was instantaneous, O Y S P E P S I A I in carried every by household every traveler.ands L.c.,O rn..'t:1 Q:.OR ,=;?;::: :>

he was poor and could not afford to and 'all effect was gone. The. time CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS, Sold by Druggists everywhere. 1 2.3 2.51'" .S

.rive his formula to the world, and, taken by one of the physicians was. "0,on-prp-:::.'ot"f.). ?;: 1cbi ,
Silver Ware in. Large Variety < :) : () ..
he demonstrate If _
although was willing to O'Om"-

the uses of his discovery, he The little dentist was urged to reveal THRESHINGSimplest IIA : -oo ...-..O... o .k-...*. C
:: >
$& a X ***.c. fc0 .-..
preferred to keep its ingredients to the component parts of his ; Most Dura r- Q n20c. .n. Jl
ble. Economical and Perfect in use. Wastes. no -- ...
anaesthetic but he refused saying REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED'AT :)
himself. :) ()
Grain; Cleans it Ready for Market. .:= -.::-(
When he appeared in the labora- that he was too poor, and much as REASONABLE RATES. .g.yy;.:;
& Horse Powers o = ...
he would like to do for Threshing Engines '.::-- (:
of a friend to demonstrate the something = (.I) .tl Q -
tory .. :
practical advantage of his discoverywith science he had to think of his hun- No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style.rCall Saw Generally.Mills and Send Standard for illustrated Implement Catalogue.A. :B::I <- -.--=- -....
g :: 'C
patients he found nobody thereto gry wife and children at home. The and examine"my stock. .' B. FARQUHAR, p.==: sr Eraw ; I'':) (>) ,!

listen to him. But on Tuesday physicians who witnessed the exper- Pennsylvania. Agricultural:Works, York, Pa. :: 2 p..'(:) S5 ;.

afternoon six well known physiciansand iments said the results were marvelous WM. LAKE, -5 0=3 -S3 g

a Star man in the parlor of an but as long as the whole thing Centre Street. University of Virginia.The o.. II-3 .., =--P:j 1-3 _

up-town dental establishment awaited could not be scientifically explainedto p"-i... .
Fernandina Nov. : --I':) hO
1.4,1885.SOMETHING Sixty-Third Session BEGINS OC- -u
his arrival. He came at last, the profession at large they would TOBER 1, 1886. Thorough instruction in -Q..n.--.' : ;;::

mopping his bald head and shaking never accept it. Perhaps it will NEW Literary Scientific andProfessional -;- .z....":-0!.-::a:!--...00...... Ul -
.... rIJO':< >
the raindrops from his threadbarecoat. never receive the just recognition it 4!"'o::

In a rambling sort of-way, so richly deserves.-New York Star. Departments.For ? = ( -:: :: Ul
ob '
while he opened his instrument bag Catalogue apply to the Secretary of the 1 1 = ?-'z ,
Faculty, t
m EeL.TeNOl";

mads a little speech, in which he TO DVERTISERS!I-Lowest rates for advertis-
told the story of his discovery. FOR THE -INWINDOW in 791 good newspapers sent free. Address rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
BENEFIT OF THE NEEDY Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 10 Spruce St.,X.Y.w ;
For many years, he said, "I SHADES. ,
have thought that progressive science WHERE ALL receive WORTHY medical POOR advice PEO-and A N T EJ :c: I! Fernandina,

uliould devise means for producing medicine free of charge. MADE READY" TO HANG.
natural sleep at will. Knowing that Open every Saturday from 9 to 12 m. ALL 3 feet wide by 3 feet long; Nickle TO BUY FOR CASH, Towns on R. R. Line. .

Corner Fourth and Broome streets. 1m Trimmed, Stop-Spring Roller, good grade of
heretofore used for
the agents pro- Holland, with handsome Pull-Down, at the White 1 Egret and Heron Skins And Cedar Key.
clueing anaesthesia seriously inter-
astonishingly price i
fered with the natural and indispensable W In Large Quantities. Address
functions of the heart, lungs HOMOEOPATHIC AND HYDROPATHIC :X-EWISOSiT: : : & CO., f
PHYSICIAN These Shades come in different Colors 227 Pearl } ". Offers to Lessees and'''Purchasers?
and brain, I therefore determined to Drab, Brown Olive, Green; etc. Street New York.1OOOO ,- a large ,,

investigate and discover, if possible, Has permanently located at Fernandina, number of the
and offers his professional services to the -ALSO-- most eligible and desirable

home agent that would produce nat-. people of this place surrounding country. IW ANTED .1
WINDOW Lots, suitable for Business
ural sleep at will, without pain or Diseases of children a specialty. Purposes, or for

in interferingwith Can be found at the Tourist Hotel. On Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Roller.
danger or any way Cases of Headache, Dyspepsia, City or Suburban Residences
Across the Curtain about nine inches from
the normal organic functions of Chills and Fever to cure with Dr. D. Dyer
the bottom is in Gold Dado,
stamped Fancy
G. RUSSELL, M. D., & Son Pills. Free UPON EASY TERMS.
the human stem. In my re- J. nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for sample to all. Address
searches I find the functions of the DR. D. DYER & SON,
'HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, Liberal Discounts Values allowed ;
SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACH.all Burnham, Me. on to
brain in two ways-first
suspended ,
East of the Tourist Hotel, Complete, with Handsome Pull-Down.
a complete suspension of the brain parties engaged in manufacturing or Indus-
J. & KYDD..
function as in coma ; second, as in Office Hours-8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
syncope or prolonged faint. to 9 p. m.

No person can be wakeful with a SEA-ISLAND 11OUTE. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor

diminution of the blood circulationof
WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, residence, or in which to conduct their

the brain. Sleep depends entirely THE KEY LINE ,STEAMER, ADVERTISERS

upon that. If however, the condition COMMISSION MERCHANT, business.IND'TJTJEMENTS.

of sleep becomes abnormal and can learn the'exact cost : TO MANUFACTURERS .
remains so for a considerable lengthof
Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
time, the syncopic effect must of any proposed line of by exemption for a term of years from

produce death. Chloroform, ether, BY THE CARGO,
taxation, offered by the several cities and
nitrous oxide in American i
gas produced sleep For Domestic or Export Trade, advertising
analogous to that existing in coma, ST. NICHOLAS towns. Apply to

and may end in death." FERNANDINA FLORIDA.R. papers by addressing CHAS. W. LEWIS,
Here the little dentist went into a Fernandina.

discussion on the functions of nerves S. SCHUYLERARCIIITECT., Geo. P. Rowell & Co., JPi1", "Office. Duryee building (up stairs) f

and the effect of the old anaestheticson RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. corner Centre and First streets.
_- Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
the system and their tendency to 1O Spruce St., New York.

produce nausea, headache, prostration regularly between Fernandina Send lOcts. for lOO-Page Pamphlet. NOTICE.NOTICE .
and, perhaps, death. He woundup DESIGNS with Plans, Details, Spe- Savannah upon the following described lands will THAT be

by saying that his discovery produced cifications, and Superintendence. schedule LEAVE. FERNANDINA sold at public auction on Monday, the
natural sleep almost instan- every Sunday seventh day of June at the City Hall
arrival of
JAMES McGIFFIN" Tuesday Thursday, upon in the City Fernandina.or much thereof
and the so
patients recoveredof
taneously, morning train from Jacksonville arrivingat
as will be, to the amounts due
necessary pay
their own accord invigorated and C NTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Savannah the following mornings. -- for taxes of 1885, herein set opposite to the '

refreshed. He hobbled into a side LEAVE SAVANNAH and every Monday reaching ---- same, together with the costs of sale and ad- .
room and soon appeared with a de- Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Fernandina the following Friday evenings mornings., R.: .-crS-rI: : vertising: .

crepit old woman. He promised to FERNANDINA, FLA. Connections at Savannah with all rail MANUFACTURER OF is
lines,and with Ocean Steamship and Boston
remove all the decayed stumps from Orders and estimates from a distancecare 14U t
& Savannah vessels to and from New York
Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND NAME. VJT. Q. AacT.
her mouth if she allowed him to use fully attended to. 25-t and Boston; and at Fernandina with trains .. 'i

his anaesthetic in the operation. He for all Florida points.A. DEALER IN ---- --

saturated a napkin with substancethat FOR SALE o. MACDONELL, Bell, C.................1 ......... ......... 79 $4.10
a Gen. Pass.& Tkt. Agt., PARL R rrI r; E In x T VE Brundhi11, H_......18 ................. 9 3.41
looked like water and emitted a -THE- Fernandina Fla. Cribb,D...............10, 13,14,0. 7 14.00
pleasant, odor. For an instant he D. E. MAXWELL, Dozier, L............_ 1, N or 2...... 38 30.85

held it over the old lady's nose, telling Domingo Acosta Grant, General Superintendent DorseyG., agent
Fernandina, Fla.SCIENTIFICAMERICAN. fl for Island City{

her to breathe freely, and in -CONTAININGNEARLY Lodge............ 2. .................. 25 6.28
thirty'r seconds she was unconscious. 10........... ...-. 17
He allowed the napkin to remain 2,000 ACRES, Dickinson, Irs r 7................... 39
I.S.............. 29................_.268,
and for over two minutes he worked, FACING THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AND ,, .j 2................... 269
extracting sixteen teeth. The pa- j1tWI 9, Old Town. 7 30.8.

tient never moved and to all DUNN'S CREEK. The most popular Weekly newspaper devotedto Eppes, Thos.J...... 5................... 50 6.83
appearances science,mechanics engineering discoveries inventions nh Freeman, C...........W of 13....... 33 2.73
she did not feel the pain attending The property adjoins the town of SAN and patents ever published. Every number N' S E
illustrated with This {except
the operation. On removing MATEO, and offers one of the best land- publication furnishes a splendid most valuable engravings.encyclopedia FriendshipL'dge { corner)....... 48 6.83

the napkin, almost immediately she ings on the St.John's River. It has a front- of The information popularity which of the no person SCIENTIFIC should AMTBTOAK be:without.is ,, Hannahan,W. H_ 2................... 71 5.4G
revived age of two,miles on Dunn's Creek. such that its circulation nearly equals that of all 116............... 22 .
and stepped out of the chairas Titles direct from the Spanish Governmentto other papers of its class combined Price. f3.:!>a 1 MF 29, 30, 31, 32.... 2

fresh and hearty as she got into it. the original owners. .year.)IUNN Discount.&;CO.,Publishers to Clubs. Sold No.361Broadway by all newsdealers.N.Y. s 1. 34.............. 9

She said that she had a vague ideaof T. A. ACOSTA, Adm'r.H. A-r MunnACo.haveal80 3,4. 5............. 10
what H. LINVILLE, Attorney. MB E N is. Eight had Thirty- Hnot, C. IL.: ..... 9................... 23
while under years'practice
was going on B"" before Of Latestand Most Approved Patterns. 3................... ,I
the influence of the anaesthetic, but I. .A. RYDER he Patent Office and have prepared 3....................81
more than One Hundred Thousand COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS
could ,
not move hand or foot. She = applications for e,8,26
-PRACTICAL-- 'United States and foreign countries. 27, 28. 29..... 5 291.81
was reminded of in
trance and described a the person a BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHTCORNER r Assignments Caveats. Trade-Marks.and all other Copy-rights.papers for LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, Jaques, Otis...... J 2, 3,4,6, Old
symptoms securing to inventors their rights in the, l Town......... 5 12.29
she experienced as a sort of sus- United States. Canada England. France. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.If axwel1. D.E..;... 1. 16............_ 29 49.14
countries -
pended animation. She said she BROOME AND SECOND STS. I I Germany at short.and notice other and foreign on reasonable terms.prepared | :Morrell, J. T........ 'V I of 8......._ 45 11.60
I Information as to obtaining patents cheerfully DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Robinson, R.'E..... N !of 6......_. 52 5.80
knew that the dentist was pulling I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY I information given without sent free.charge.Patents Band-books obtained of Roux, Goo. S......_ 6....................18 12.29
her teeth out,'but she felt no pain. and all work entrusted to my careKromptly. through Munn&Co. are noticed in the Scientific AND IRON ROOFS ,PUT ON. Schuyler R. S...... 1................__ 51 8.19
Ship and Saw-Mill Work care- American free. The advantage of such notice is .
Eight made and understood by all who wish to die TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Trayeye. David '
persons were at reasonable rates. WoodWork ..well pose of their J>atenta. persons Wind Mills for pumping water or runninglight and Thos......_{ 22............._... 17 5.46 ,
kept unconscious from a half to two in all of its branches, at living prices Address biUNN &; CO.. Office SCIYATIpTaAriBicea promptly erected on order. 1................... 42 11.00
and a half minutes. In one case and at short notice.HorseShoeing. 361 Broadway New York. Church machinery, Factory and School Bells for sale 1Villiams, Pt' { 2, 3............... 40 6.76

the napkin was allowed to remainfor a Specialty. BILL-HEADS. NOTE-HEADS, LET at a bargain.* at Wholesale Prices.AH WJ1hamsAn { 4 (limits outside)...city..... 245 5.46

six minutes. The patients all 1:Furniture repaired repainted,stainedor etc., neatly printedat JJi S Stoves delivered at the various: trans- Wilkinson,R......_ S or 8......... 79 10.10
told stories similar to the old lady's, varnished. Wire Safes made to order at the MIRROR office goods stations within the city free of Wood, W. F..........4, 5............... 16 16.38

and went in spirits. The short notice.A portation All sales for cash.CORNER Whitehurst, L. W. 4................... 70 10.92
Star away good share of the public patronage. solicited. A lady culture and refinement, whose charge. STS. W1i1iams,L..........S E 1 or 8....... 80 1.37
man was the last subject, and Respectfully, reduced circumstances will not permit her BROOME AND SECOND Owners Unknown 5,6,26.:........_. 1 18.56

these, in brief, were the sensations J. A. RYDER. to play drone upon society desires,employment Fernandina, Fla., July 121884. Z7, 28,29_....:. 1 31.94
experienced for the summer in'either of the follow-- 2,3,30,31..5 2.58

: FINE PRINTING, SEND YOUR ing capacities: Deeds I ........:.......... 22 5.46
From the the and Mortgage .
moment Warranty
napkin was
FOR to the MIRROR office. As Copyist or Amanuensis in office work; 12. 13, Old
placed over his face a feeling of unconsciousness as Governess or Traveling Companion to PAPER--75'CTS'. PER DOZEN J. Town........_ 5 9.ro
of 2-cen
came over.him, and at some respectable party, or as Housekeeperfor sent upon receipt
the IiE" MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING some party desiring to leave home for tamp. Address O. S. OAKES.
end of the third free' inspiration T House is noted for the artistic mannerin the summer. No objection to leaving 'the 'FLORIDA MIRROR, .' City Collector of Taxes.
everything became blank. His arms. which.it executes all kinds of Printing. city. Apply at this office. 26 Fernandina, ''Fla. Fernandina, Fla., .May 151886.

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i t THE FLOIUDA MIRIIOI 1 I Ij' we 'have received,,; seems to have 'The CJ.uypouncU.: ,Here we,have the official notification of I The Military Company.The -. -

1 at H the Superintendent that the teachers.wouldbe I second of the
: traveled outside of the record in AWAKDING THE CONTRACT FOR THE ARTESIAN, meeting Fernandina
assigned in August and yet nearly three
... FAIRBANKS EDITOR. ; I Volunteers was held last Monday, May l"th
4, order to attack not only the railroadsof the'council months prior we are confronted by the fact at Lyceum Hall. About thirty-five
The City Council met at cham- I members -
Sabftcription, 82 per year; six months 81. but the of that the Board (we cannot believe that some were present.A .
''Fitrd'; Florida, Legislature ,ber on Wednesday evening last, the follow-
of members and call
were present, upon
.t': ing Aldermen being present : G. F. Avery, gray uniform, trimmed with black, and
w f'' Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor the State, in reference to the use of the Mirror to give,us the names of those who regulation helmet, were adopted
president of the board, and Messrs: Stark, as the
were), regardless of the above notification,
uniform of the
; ; RATES OF ADI ERTISII\G. lands donated to the State as swamplands Robinson, ,Dorsey, McDonald, Wilkinson regardless of all precedent regardless of the company.
Captain Randolph was, appointed
i Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for the construction of Kelly and Berg. the as a
to aiding indignity heaped upon present princi- .
committee of one to confer with the
The bills ordered Adju-
insertion. following were paid :
r i subsequent
and to the wishes of the
pal, contrary patrons -
Special local notices, 15 cents a line. the railroads. We presume the rail- tant-General at,Tallahassee in regard to exchanging -
Tobe Alexander month's serviceas
one ,
and pupils of the school, has appointed
F : Reading notices, 25 cents a line. policeman.................................$25 00 the old guns of the infantry for
rate for time advertisements application :roads which have,been built on these the son of the Superintendent as principal
4R1 s Special upon Sam Lofthouse,.extra services as day new ones with bronzed barrels ; also to secure -
: at the oftlce.Communications. 'land grants will hardly be prepared scavenger.................................... ... 10 00 for the next term ; and this, too, without more serviceable pieces for the artillery
Stephen Morris, feeding prisoners...... 40 examination of the who is
t applicant
any ,
$Yt 4 ; upon all matters of local interest to join'in the report of the 'committee. E. W.: Nix, pencils............................ 70 and who instead of the ones they now have, which
; a 4 solicited from all parts of the county and from Florida .Jlirrorprintingandadvertising 38 00 at present attending college, can- are inadequate.
c r along the lines of Florida railways.| not, therefore, be a graduate. What a farceto
r'' Geo. Williams, taking care of poor..... 6 00 Dr. Starbuck was elected as surgeon of the
All communications intended for publicationS perpetrate upon an intelligent community -
r M should be addressed to the Editor; all business! 'No portion of ,the United States The Clerk was instructed to make up a company.
#+ letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. statement of the expenditures of the city on A joint meeting of the Volunteers and

W:1: : ; has profited more' largely from land account of the poor, and to submit it to the The present principal has given general the Artillery will beheld next Monday, May.

( .r SATURDAY MAY 22, 1886. than the States of the West Board of County, Commissioners for adjust- satisfaction; not one word of disapprovalhas 24th, at Lyceum Hall at 8 p. m,
grants ment. been uttered by,the Board, and no com- J. G. MrGiFFiN, Sec.

!..**>* from which,this committee is largely Alderman Robinson, who had been plaint has been heard from the patrons. He ,
appointed -
MR. YULEE LETTER. has labored faithfully. under 'adverse cir- List of Letters

,m The of the Florida Rail- formed. The land grant of the Illinois -' a committee of one from the Street cumstances, to do his duty to patrons- and Remaining in the post-office at Fernandina
Committee reported that the bridge acrossClark's
if Central alone worth all the' pupils; and how well he has succeeded in Nassau county, Florida, May >d, 1886.
was Creek, near Read's mill. Old Town, Persons calling for these letters must
road known the Florida Railway say.
now -
*' doing so is attested by their indignation at advertised .
."i V of was in a dangerously unsafe condition, and :
description ever
r & Navigation system, and the grants every that it needed extensive repairs. the action of the Board, several having said Akins, Mrs Ch Mack, Harriet
to Florida. Their lands have they intend to withdraw their children from Baker, JamesButtler Macttot, Mad
given After full discussion by the Board, it was Jack Moree
a actual facts in reference to it, seem the school if such unkind conduct toward Mary
<< than paid for the construction'' deemed best, instead of making yearly i con- Clark, Mrs Susay Page, John A
44r been muddled and obscured the principal is persisted in. Fair play is Mrs Ella
+ I to badly tract to keep the plank walk to Old Town, Cample, Roberts. Francis
t of the road, and they still hold at all they ask ; this they have a right to ex- I Convent Sisters Rowe, Joseph
in the discussions of etc., in repair-which has neveramounted to
public pect and demand. If Mr. Owens or any : Edney, Harriet Smith, James
1* : high prices large bodies of the best much as far as the repairs were concernedthe Holmes, Obed M Smith Emma
r its land grant before Congress. The Committee on Streets were instructed to other applicant is better qualified to fill the Herbert, Robert Strobel. Richard
i fl r lands in Illinois. So with all the position, then let the Board so award, but Hunter, Mrs Emily Smith H B
letter of ex-Senator Yulee which call for bids to put both the bridge across
; the patrons protest against anything that L'Engle Hon H A Tillman, B T
Western States. Having received, Clark's Creek and the plank walk to Old Lucas
Henry Tryn, Jiny Miss
publish in in the issue savors of the inquisitorial!
part present
Town in thorough order at once. Lawrence, W M Vinson, Robert
from the public lands all they want' Besides, owing to the fact that the studiesin Luke, L Werthan, D
I presents a clear concise and full The Committee on Public Improvementsmade
11r.JTT of future will be graded, and Mr. Chandler S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.
their virtuous members Congress the the '
following report upon petition
S 'I statement of the facts, which cannot being well acquainted with the qualifica-
of property owners on Alachua, Seventh
criticise the meagre grants to the tions of the pupils, he should have been
fail to be satisfactory to those who and Centre streets: Atlantic Pavilion.
given the preference, other things being
Southern States and to make
iii I wish ,to know the real merits of the : I try FE&NANDINAMay 20th, 1886. equal, over other applicants. He has been

capital for themselves as reformers at To the Honorablc'dty Council: for two three in ON AMELIA BEACH.
teaching or. years a ricketyold
We that :Mr.
; '" ; controversy. are glad
; GENTLEMEN: ,;Your"; Committee on. Public house, and now that the new school .l -
Yulee who is the father of the railroad our expense.Mr. Improvements beg leave to make the follow-
: .t will be occupied in future, courtesy would This favorite Restaurant and Refreshment
; by which the of Payson, who is particularly ing report : demand that he be given at least a chanceto
& system people In regard to a petition signed by severalof Saloon, on Amelia's famous beach, is now
the exercises and
interesting himself in the forfeitureof inaugurate opening ,
fe'f Florida at a time when the State the tax-payers requesting to have Seventh
thus gratify the laudable: pride any person open for the season, after having under-
IfeN 1 "*> land grants in Florida, is from and Eighth streets graded from Centre to would naturally feel under the changed
had and little credit to
no money gone a thorough renovation. The best of
Broome, we would state that it will cost
to condition of affairs.
si Illinois Mr. Cobb the chairman
embark in such enterprises were enabled ; about four hundred dollars to grade Seventh
The patrons of the school demand that service: at all times at reasonable: rates.
I.: ,i''fJi..i .i-;*,!4!) to enjoy the advantages of the from Indiana ; Mr. Foran, from' street, and in our judgment we had better the best talent obtainable shall be securedfor ALBERT GLAIBER.

Ohio ; Mrr Landes, also from Illinois defer the grading of the same until next fall. their children, and hope it will not be
construction of its main trunk lines But in the case of Eighth street, we recom- necessary to appeal to a higher source in Fern-ndina, Fla., May 1st, 1886.

iiC of railway, has given the facts to the ; Mr. Stone, from Missouri ; Mr. mend that it be put in a condition to travel order to obtain fair play for all parties.

Strait from Minnesota Anderson over. The cost will. not exceed forty dollars, JUSTICE. Gents, Attention !
; ,
(,,r public. including the 'bridge at Alachua street. Fernandina. May 19th, 1886. We can show the most complete line of

L t. In 1850 to the from Kansas; Stephenson, from Wisconsin Enough earth can be procured around the Gent's Ties, Collars, Cuffs, Hosiery and Underwear -
; according census, STEVENS' chances of from the
public school-house to fill with. MR. THOMAS I cheapest to the best, that
Voorhees from up
; Washington defy competition, at
l Florida had a white population of We would also state that the main trunk completing his bicycle tour around MODE BROS'.

about 45,000, and during the ensuing Territory, and Jackson, from Penn- drain leading north from the park js in a the world appear by the latest ad-

of Mississippi ,bad condition, and requires to be cleaned at For Rent.
Van Eaton
sylvania. vices be. ] small. His
five it had not increased over to exceedingly
years .
I once. Your committee has ,funds' enough5n A'hondsome store on Centre street 25x50:
30 per- cent. -With---- so sparse a popu- is the only Southern ,memberof hand to do thai part of the work. belief .whenhe, left Teheran that he brick building; apartments, for family use

would be to '! in second story. Terms reasonable.
the committee. .Of Respectfully, permitted through
course we pass
lation, and with such limited resources : P. KELLY, Chairman. Apply to CHAS. ,
Central Asia to have
Russian seems Mirror Office.
a it achievement have a poor showing before the committee $ R. E. ROBINSON.The .
was no slight
been ill-founded. At the last mo-
a 'ht but we do not believe that recommendations of the committeewere 12! yards of 4-4 Fruit of the, Loom for$1
,. .. t.! y,t ri to inaugurate a system of railroads accepted. ment he and his iron horse have to-day, Saturday, only, at

,t',, which secured the completion of 155 the sense of justice of the majorityof The Committee on Public Improvementsalso been forbidden to traverse the Comparatively MODE BROS

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miles of the Florida Railroad from the House will permit a forfeitureof reported upon the bids received for safe route through Turkestan For Rent.

boring an artesian well, and recommendedthat The store recently occupied by Funke's
the Pacific. Thereis
and Siberia to
where the road has
Fernandina to Cedar Key, of 60 any grants the bid of Mr. 0. H. Wade be accepted.On Dry Goods Emporium on Centre street.

been constructed or is in of motion the committee authorizedto hardly one chance in a hundred G. ST.\RK.
miles from Jacksonville to Lake progress was
M Fernandina, Fla., May 14th, 1886.
enter into contract with Mr. Wade to borea that he will carry out the scheme he

wn City and 155 miles from Lake City construction, merely because the well in the City Park, the price for drillingto now announces of reaching India Notice.

; '{ to Tallahassee, with 20 miles to St. limit of time has elapsed.The be at the uniform! rate of $3 per foot, to through Afghanistan. The order of O.The Friend's City Tax store.Collector's Third and office Centre will be streets at E.,

Mark's and 3 miles to :Monticello, able statement of Mr. Yulee, the tractor depth to. furnish of 700' feet casing if necessary and all ,necessary the con- the British Government is still in until further notice. 0. S.Collector.OAKES,

within six years. the former president of the Florida material. force forbidding Englishmen to enter Fernandina, Fla., April 14,1886.

Railway & Navigation is Alderman Berg called the attention of Afghanistan at all, except by com ----
These roads were all built and in system, so Summer Silks.
Council to thetmatter of providing a suitable The
mand of the Government.
beneficial operation when the civil' clear and convincing that it carries landing place for small boats and sail- Call and examine our line of Summer
Ameers of that country have been Silks, at 38 cents a yard. Can't be duplicated -
conviction as to the the ing crafts, \which was referred to. the Com in the State for less than 50 cents.
reason why
*, war broke out. They enured to the white
noted for their antipathy to
mittee on Wharves, Slips, etc. MODE BROS.

situ. benefit of the people of the State, land grant to the Florida Railroad George Demotte was: awarded the contractfor tourists, and to avoid complicationsGreat

should not be forfeited. At this the night scavenger work, at $100 per Britain has done its best to Call and examine our stock of liens*,
t and will not, in fact, have cost the month.A Youths' and Boys' Clothing consisting of

people anything, the lands having stage of'the condition of public bill of R. L. Denefield, for police accou- keep unauthorized persons out of Seersuckers are unsurpassed,Silk in Pongees quality and and Alpaccas.price, at that

rr, '1 y9 been given to the State. It is easy business in Congress it is not likely trements, was referred to Police Committee. Afghanistan. Col. Valentine Bakerin MODE BROS',
Adjourned.The 1873 and Col.:MacGregor ill 1875
now to criticise the men who built that the bill reported by the committee -
set out to travel through ,the Ameer'sdominions.
these roads and to ignore the merits will be acted on even in the lower Public Question.'
To the Editor of the Mirror: They had to give it up :

a *' 'r r4 of the great enterprise which they house the present session, however At a recent meeting of the Board of Public before they crossed the boundary, rtOYA
inaugurated and out of which has confident Mr. Payson may be, and Instruction for this county, it appears and :Mr. Stevens will remarkably
.4 ,, that Mr. J. E. Owens,son Superintendent
arc."fib '' grown the development of the State. still less likely that it will be reachedin Owens, was appointed principal of Public fortunate if he has any better suc: ROYAL,, L 1M GGyT Rt;r'oF

the Senate. Nevertheless School No. 1, Fernandina. Had a thunderclap 7t[-UitLYa- a
Does it need to be said that the interior -; our cess.A
suddenly burst, upon our communityon
, t lands of Florida were valueless 'Congressional delegation should a cold wintry day,.the occurrence would STORY with just a suggestion of

for the production of or make a strong ht against it in the not have elicited more. comment than. has Romulus and Remus ;in it comes
oranges vegetables '
*i' this unprecedented action of those who are from Toulouse, ,where_ a working woman ,

.1-- t without these roads, or that interest of the people of Florida. in charge of the educational< interests of was 'in_the_ habit of 'leaving her

. the rapid increase, of population in the people of Nassau county. baby'under a'tree guarded by a faithful -
It has been customary to give notice that
r y. the South Florida counties is mainly THE general expression of opinion. the teachers of our public schools would be dog. As days passed she thoughtthe"haby's

t a, r I due to them ? No unprejudiced .in this county is opposed to :Mr. assigned about August or September; the appetite failed, but still it

1 y M Call in'his :fight against the Florida applicants are expected to present them- thrived. One day she found the dog
can fail to see the injustice,of ar- selves before the board, and should be examined -

raigning those who did'so much tot Railway & Navigation Company. as to their qualifications, etc.; and standing over the infant and calmly "KittOPOWDER

'Leading citizens they are presumed to be graduates of col suckling it. The mother thoughtthe
are talking stronglyof
1 x benefit the State because they could leges. In the present instance, no notice arrangement a good one, and it

i not do more. We may naturally calling a public meeting and pass- whatever was given that any appointmentwould has gone: on, the baby doing well

ing resolutions to be made in May. On the contrary, a
a the Western praying Congress under the treatment.For .
expect Congressmen to
notice appeared in the Mirror of April 24th,

i w t assail us, but we have a right to expect extend the'time for completing the to the effect that teachers would be assignedin Rent.

i road to .Tampa.-Ocala Banner. August, as follows : Two pleasant rooms in my dwelling-
MM t I the representatives of our own NOTICE .TO TEACHERS. house on Fifth street. Absolutely Pure.

The School Board for Nassau county decided FRANK B. 'V AAS.
people to sustain interests.
our own
;.K PORTSMOUTH members of the crew A
tw4v at_a recent meeting to assign
of the famous war-ship: Kearsarge at their respective schools for the ensuing yearat Clothing. of purity strength and whO :
t7H THE BILL REPORTED. the regular meeting in August. This Just received, a fine line of Youths' and someness. More economical than the ordinary !-
the time of her battle with the Ala- will prevent much of the confusion which Boys' Spring Clothing, fine goods.. Prices kinds, and cannot be sold in competi-

The Public Lands Committee off bama are planning to celebrate the has existed heretofore and give teachers very low. J. & T. KYDI. tion with the multitude of low-test, short-
time for preparation. 'weight alum or phosphate powders.
the House has made report which, twenty-second, anniversary of the All who desire places in the public schoolsas A wide 40-lnch, colored border, all Linen ftSF- Sold only in cans.
i teachers will notify me at an early day. Damask Towel, at $2.50 per dozen, worth ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
* Lfi (( from the meagre telegraph reports fight at Boston, June 17th. JOHN OWENS, Supt. $1.00, at : MODE BRos'. 48 lOG Wall Street. New York

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-IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR- -. .,:.''dh....',.'I>,.'p...,,. .J... I'i'>f:,;.,,'."' .. .
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\ 1"i/'Il.. rr.::".":"""" now receiving weekly large shipments ofSprillgSimmer
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f(1(( \\\ ". : ": :' >, .." Hew Goods
///1/ 1j! DRY GOODS IN 1886! tllb ;' ; < ..:'... .J

r' *#-;""i! Which will be sold at very low prices. A splendid assortment
I -. <'- GOODS,
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i '. .. SILKS, CASEUERES: ,.

.,Nun's Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings, White Goods,
Plain and Printed India Linens, LJnon de Deccas, Plain and
We have just received I from the North and East an
Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles-
immense stock of Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.


Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, O OUR SPRING: CLOTHINGHas

FiJ been received-a magnificent line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
r and in fact a full line in every Department, of the KING &; CO'S Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to order and fit guaran
? 0 teed. This is the House in .
Leading the United States for Custom-Made Clothing.
LATEST DESIGNS; and as we are able to buyin -_ -
Although we have BARGAINS in every Department,the following are some of
bulk, we are prepared to offer same at W-JS' _
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HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35 Cts.
Rush of business prevents our naming specialties.All Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.
we ask is a trial Call and examine our stock H Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 cts,.

before purchasing elsewhere. t THE BATTLE SHOE IN CONGRESS, BUTTON AND BAL, IT rn O Kf\
) is Twenty Years ahead of competion. A f i.2r' .O ,
ld 'No trouble to show goods at MODE BBO'S.
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention,and carefully filled.
.1 J. & T. KTDD: : ,

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Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets. -$- -*ttt* :-

NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. .
Victoria Lawns, Persian Lawns, India Linens, Swiss Muslin, Figured
Swiss, Plain and Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded C/J
Second and Centre Sts., FERXAMMXA, FLA.
Piques, White Goods of all kinds, Laces.and Trimmings, y
MILLINERY (Straw and Felt of all grades), Hosiery in large Variety,
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cassimeres, Jeans, Doe- 4
Skins, Cottonades, Cashmeres and Dress Goods. j GENERAL INSURANCE <

$!- is a diamond of the purest water. For CASH ALONE I underbuy and I H -AGEr: C y---
undersell,and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD IN LOW PRICES. Call H
and convince yourself.
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Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets. OH H CHARLES V. HILLYER '


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Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, .1 ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
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HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE, ETC. : ",r'7.. ..t,7'r: : :'-'. freight,passage rates,and schedules,or further information,apply to
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,_.,. .. .. '+HE FLORIDA MIRROR MAY 22. 1886 ,, : .'... _,I '
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ft I Sheriff G.::W. Lake Butler. -' .,;'- -: -

Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes,' County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi IS HEREBY GIVEN ,THAT ':sJ5c:1Iz5sLTt : : :

United States Officers. Starke. son. NOTICE meeting of the County Commissioners : ..: : .',.. .;
Schools J. L. Hill Lake ;
Superintendent of ;
$ f. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-S. A. Parramore, Madison. held on Wednesday, April 7th, the .--- ', .} ,
.* Gainesville. Butler- Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison following changes: were made in the bound- .., ,
ile racer-L..1. Barnes, i : .
i f k L Receiver-John! F. Hollins, Gainesville. : BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry. aries of the election districts -of Nassau ,'.'-','..'.{"" ,,1.t'.f t 'i -.
County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison. *$ ? county, as designated hereafter. !'
p Surveyor-General F. McClellan. t '
a. Point. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. > ,'; C.Ji ;::
DISTUICT COURT. rt'1 Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of RelenueB. V. Wads worth,, PRECINCT N0.6. ; :

"a: r Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff- M., E. English, Titusville. Madison. Commencing Port Henry, on the St. >,.-,.._-'"... ,-,........;",;kr- .
i' iit, r JlLr81wl-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Relenue-J.l\! Titusville.. MANATEE COUNTY. Mary's river thence up the St. Mary's riverto ." 1 ::;;1: -' i. f ;(-t H h r

I Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John H.. Laws, the month of the Little St. Maryvs river, ,

I., INTERNAL BEVENCE.Collector ; City Point._ County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee. thence up the Little St. Mary's river to the ."";JUi'U": 1 ::1LtL-; ...
: Clerk-Robert S. Griffith
CALHOUN. Manatee. ..... .
intersection"of: the range line between 24and 1; >41'i1' ':-- ; '
-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. f .
25 thence 'south said N. '
along line .
i' ', _.. COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS., Clerk County-= James Judge'S.William Fannin.Clark. '... Fon.Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton, township line between Townships range 2 311(13 :.:: :, ,:.r : .

., Wm. A. Mahoney, Fernandina. : S. Stone. N., thence along Boggy Swamp and river to
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Sheriff-Joseph Trea.mrer-J. P. Richards. Pine Superintendent Level. of Schools-Felix J. Seward, the old Ford near.Mr. Peter Green's place, .' :" ;,;, ': : tj !
1 John F.! House, St. Augustine. Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. thence following the public road in a north- -Vv :
Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well. easterly direction to the ford on McQueen'sswamp ;.'::-1M :
ll MS S. State Officers. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. thence down McQueen's swamp ..' ': .
? CLAY COUNTY. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. to Waterman's old field, thence by the pub-
; T. lic road to Port Henry to of .- _.. .." .... .-. ..
} EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E. T. Williams, Ocala. place beginning. --::.- -. '.
i Park. Collecw Ret'enueV. P. Trantham .. .< -j r: >;.
,, t, p Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. of PRECINCT NO. S. "'r." ''" .,...itJt".,.... ;J"
i. 49 t Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. ': -:. : 4:'
r Lieutenant- Gov.ernor- Milton II. Mabry, Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne, Commencing' at the intersection of the ._.{",- I '..'; <
Leesburg. Springs. Fort McCoy. township line 3 N., R.24 and 25 East,thence .' \ '
Secretary of State-John, L. Crawford, Tal- west to the St. Mary's river thence down
ca Collector of Relenue-'V. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. ; .' '. ..c.. '
lahassee. W. Hall the St. Mary's river to Camp Pinkney ," ..." ..>' ,",,..i" ,
Schools-Geo. 1
; .II!
Superintendent of .. ;',. ... : ;,.
t ComptrollerV D. Barnes, Tallahassee. McRae. County 'Judge--Chas."S. Baron, Key West. thence along Alachua trail to its intersectionwith .'...'.-',:.,' 'f: 'it'., :j> :i!';' .:.. \

.5''q 1reft8Urer-E. S. Crill. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. the Little St. Mary's river; thence .-.. -'..,... ...,.., '-,.
t Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaassee. --.., Sheriff George:A. Demerritt, Key West. along the Little St. Mary's river eastwardly! .
i a' t tiI.t County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue Mason S. Moreno, to the township line between Ranges 24 and, L .,':',\.\,' '!f':1::-, i: .'j,.,..
t' Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake City. "r' '" .A '
I > Commissioner of Key West. 25 East; thence along said township line f. :
.Y Superintendent of Public lnstrll..ctifn-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent. of Schools. -J. V. Harris,Key South to point of beginning. The voting .
Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. ..* ',._''';' ;;, .. w'k..
+i' ,, Russell, West. place of Precinct No. 8 is at Hilliard's. ._ S'--, .. .
? i! Adjutant-General-David Lang. Superintendent of School W. A. Sheffield, ,
; *
k' NASSAU COUNTY.CountyJudgeHinton ,s,. <*. ,Tfv '< :*
y ,
Lake City. PRECINCT NO. 9. .t I-'
.aria SUPREME tXUBT. -
's' Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter. DADE. dina. J. Baker, Fernan- Commencing at the mouth of Boggy ;-.. :.:.v'" -:...i ,;I ,5",;..''., ,.
E. Creek, on Nassau river thence up Boggy I ,
County Judge-Allen Heyser.
Tallahassee. Clerk-J. A. Edwards,' Fernandina. Creek the ford of the ..'". l.' .,.
Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. near King's Road at .... .- !.;'.:.--
Sheriff John A. Ellermann. Fernandina. the intersection line 3 North r..p., _. i Justice-It. B. Van Valkenhurgh Sheriff Win. M. Mettaur. Township ,. ,. \'," ," -.i" ':
i" t Associate Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- between Ranges 24 and 25 East thence }:!''i, f 'iiIjI." ,
ai + ,t Jacksonville. TreflJltrer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. ) ; west -_.._..........:..,.. ...>..
along said township line to Alachua trail
Collector Charles Peacock. ;
Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. of Revenue- Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott. Fer- y ': -., -
thence by the Alachna trail to the range ,.,. /f.. r>
vA J CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. line No. 23 ; thence following the range line '; ffio./_, !,. .-i',
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First Circ/ Augustus Maxwell, Pen- County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools John ;Owens, south to the base line ; thence by the base ,. ;: .
Evergreen., t{[ ; ; $ii:.
r+ sacola. sonville. line to the boundary line of Duval county ; .
.41 Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County TVeosMree Gustav Stark, Fernan- thence : : :;:: ... '.
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, by dividing linebetween Duval :,4 .5'; -u 't'>" '... .....
Sheriff Henry'D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. and :Nassau counties to the mouth ofBoggy

i t .'. see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ? ORANGE COUNTY. Creek to the place of beginning. "' ''i''''; '.: '.oJ 1f!;,::,,'".

+ Fourth/ Circuit-James' M. Baker, Jackson-. sonville. County Judge"ff. L. Bryan, Orlando PRECINCT NO. 10. '-"i-, ...... .
; ; ville. ., Collector of Revenue-Moses .I.) Brown; Clerk-Thus. J. Shine, Orlando. .
.1"" 1 Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F.! T. Hardeman, Or- Commencing at St.:Mary's riverat Town- !
:+ th ville.. Superintendent of Schools William H. Babcock lando. ship lines! between 2 and 3 North ; thence I

J, ,, Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks.. east along said township line to to intersec-
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando. tion of Alachua trail ; thence southwest I : .
"k ESCAMBIA. ; -
I along said trail to Range line No. 23 thence
Sutveyor-J. 0.:Pries Orlando. ;. '
d County Judge-Walter Tate. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. south by Range line No. 23 to base line; __'. USE -
'uiii Cuurt Calendar. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. thence by base line to Crosby's Bay : thenceto

; FIRST CIRCUIT. SlLerUfJoseph'Vilkins.TreasurerJ. POLK. Deep Creek ; thence down Deep Creek to v

Fall Term- S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. its mouth.

r. ,. ;j Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. PRECINCT NO.11. C. A. WOOLSEYS'JERSEY
4th in October. Superintendent of Schooh-N. B. Cook. W. H.
Walton, Monday Sfieriff Jonson. The voting place of Precinct No. 11 will be
k : Holmes, 2
45 ; in October. County Judge-Robert G. Baker. Collector of Retenue-J. D. Tillis. Fourakers. Sr., situated ,near the bridge CITY
t I Washington, 2d Monday after4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-John
: Clerk-J. A. Atkins. across Brandy Branch, on the old Alachua
:, 4j October.. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. trail, situated in Section 28,T. 1 S., R.23 E.

4aw 1'lr I,I October.Jackson, 3d Monday after. 4th Monday in Treasurer-R..H. Porter. Judge of Probate;-T.S.Houghton, Palatka. By order of the County J.'A.Commissioners. -WhITE: LE J-:
Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. ,
;., Escambia, Monday in December.This Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. County Clerk Nassau
act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. Fernandina., April 8th, 188G.County.

+: 10, 1879, and does not change. the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. -ANDREADYMIXED-

Spring Term. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Palatka.Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, Administrator's Notice.

THIRD CIRCUIT. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson.

ixs Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Treas/trer-A. W. Smith. County Judge John R. Kimbrew, Perry. persons entitled to distribution :

4: :a April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff-B. A. Tucker, Perry. All persons having any demands againstthe
s <'' Madison, 2d Monday in April. Superintendent of School. -C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry. estate of Beulah L. Whitney, late of
,t Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner Nassau County, deceased, are notified to

Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry. present their claims, properly authenticated,

April.Columbia. County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. County Treasurer l>. S. Sutton'Perry. within two years from date, or the same @- THEY ARE THE BEST.IIKALSOMI

3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk=J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Su-veyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. :will be barred.JOHN

4 in April. Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee,.,Perry. A. ELLERMANN.
7 Lafayette 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA Administrator. .
in April. Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid, Fernandina, Fla.. May 8, 188G. 6m
Fall Term- Jasper. County Judge-John Chain. 'E,

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. It. Shepard. .
: :
Treasurer Robert Robinson.
October. '''''

w}' rw' k'rr Madison, 2d :Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rf.Venue'v. J. Williams. All Shades 50 CENTS per Pack-
Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October.
r : ,i Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. SEA FOAMALL J age of Five Pounds.FOR .
October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E. King, Lecanto.
County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus-
Assessor To.xes-J. F. Shands Brooks-
lII of ,
Columbia, :3d Monday after 4th )Monday xille. tine.

October. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman -
; Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin FIRST-CLASS
; Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine SALE BY
October. Collector of Ret.'mue-Joseph F. Llambias,
k. FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. tellers OTtap it for Sale e
Sprln Term- County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Amau, GEO. F. LEWISAbg't,

St. John's. 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. ,

+ Clay, 4th Tuesday in March.1 Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Collector of Ret'enue-W. Martin.. THE BEST No. 451 CENTRE STREET
,,, Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Judge-J; It. Leesburg, ,
Clerk-C. M.
Knott Sumterville.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. ,
4 a' Duval 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. Baking. .PowderIN
Fall Term f \ Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Collector of Re-t'e1me-I." N. Withers, Lees- FERNANDINA; FLORIDA.

fir. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. burg.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Superintendent of. Sc/wol.-C. F. Venable,
Sumterville. THE PRLD.TO '
: a ., Pd 4'+ Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker. .'
r.. + Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of School*-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. :''''. '., : ,- "'..
t Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge M. W. Phillips, Live Oak.

ti rfi ; t ya Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. I JACKSON. Clerk-J. w. :Newman, Live Oak. PARENTS.Many .
tt + County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
t FIFTH CIRCUIT. Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Rcvmue'Vilson H. Sessions, ,
? C t } Spring TermSumter baking powders are very perniciousto
i in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. .health and while every one regards his
-g ;Tuesday Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, own,he should also have a care for the tender ..
Marion 4th in March. :
Tuesday Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. ones-the little children. ;
h. i Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in SchoQls-8amuelJ. Wei born.
March. Superintendent Erwin. VOLUSIA COU TY. : 'f \;
. : Le"yith Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- <'f:: [
,' March. County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. contains none of the bad qualities of baking
r. ,, '' Alachua 4th after 4th Clerk-H. J. Faulkner Enterprise. powders-soda or saleratus. It contains BO ., ,
S : ] Tuesday Tuesdayin Sheriff D. B. Bird,Monticello. hurtful Ingredient-no alum or ammonia.SCIENTIFIC. .r 7r
in April. Clerk-W.. C."Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. :':
i Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Rct'enueT.F.Drudy,Emporia. ._ ::i

S! Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New '-. '4j ,;,".,
I E Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Smyrna. All Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam ;
hi ,SSifc'I4j5 ,. Putnam 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. commend it. Housekeepers who have used it :. ;., ';.., .
will have whose best efforts '
no other. Cooks,
*>'% i a Levy 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. ; :
Tucker, Mon S. Smith. have failed with other powders are jubilant ;
County Judge-R.
: f i Alachua 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. i
Charles S. Crawfordville. overSea Foam. Saves*June,saves labor,saves < :
Sheriff Alligood, 55
l:4 tfi.jtf.HI .
i in November. money.It :L,; ':
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. posttivelyunequaled. Absolutely pure. 'J' "
4 Spring Term-' County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Used by the leading hotels and restaurants 5 '.
4th in Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. ii New York city and throughout the country.For : t i
+ Orange, Monday January.
try sale all first-class
+. d p, Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer' -W., W. Walker., Craw- by grocers.

r'. t.u 1 tS R Brevard 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyN fordville.Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce Craw- GANTZ, JONES & CO.,
S, in Troy. ,
Dade, 3d Monday April. '
r a +' :l
S. >rr fall Tenn- County Treasurer- A.. L. Morgan, New fordville. :1.16 Duane St., N. Y. ; f ",

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

%; ;&\#. 1 Volnsia, Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. is: -
44- & Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. McLeod. ;, :; '

Mat ," .f' I Dade, 2d Monday in November. LEON COUNTY. Sheriff--John McSween. ,- '
Treasurer James E. Bowers. -
County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. ..., A .
s r County Officers. Collector of Rct'enue-'V. B. McLeod.Superintendent ::; :q, '
,- I ALACHUA. Sheriff-John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. of Schools-C. C. Gunn. : f
Clerk G. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. : ; L
' ;
l "$; u County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines-. Superintendent Schools-Henry Felkel, WASHINGTON. '.t.:. ;.:' :'.. .. . ..,. ,.. _.
; ,t -* . ** 4 -: ,
1''T1"1' "
d ville. Tallahassee. _J t ,1 -* '. $. ... -
.. : :. ; r-- : ;;
B. Jones. / -
Clerk J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. Treasurer J. L. County Judge-Wm. ; l'f.'j
Demilly' Tallahassee. .. ; /h ,;
:t ' i Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Rt1.tnue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Clerk-D. D. :Melvin. -e .;; ... r_ .',
i y' ; Collector Revenue-H.C. Denton Gaines- hassee. Sheriff S. W. Davis. ., '-_.. v;.--*' rl'1;
*' Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. SASHDOORS., :n"'f.:: ,;;, ,...;.
ville. cg"s.
+ a' LEVY COUNTY. ';> .
Collector of Ret'e11ue-John Roche.; ,< ": if ;jf
ir Superintendent of Schools-W., N. Sheats, )\" J' J}t
w ) t Gainesville. -J. M. Barco, Bronson.SheriffW. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. -ASiD- t t.; Y :.J", "
H. Bighara, Bronson. ..
J BAKER COUNTY. Collector "'1-4 ; 1 3' ..," ."':,
of RerenueW.. H. Anderson J4 I
? i gi BLINDS; '- i" -
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{ County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.Superintendent. 'L .Ll' : t'r
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, LUCY COTTAGE ;,e..;:. .. : :...,... t
a1 AT FRED W. HOYT & CO'S. { : .;., -.',
; Sheriff J. l Y. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. ,' : } ;
+ Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, f
' l Collector of Revenue-J. 'Burnsed, .San- LIBERTY. '. .A$ r<',-

,_ w i derson. County Judge-R. F. Hosford. ; b'
::{: '
Superintendent of Schools,-Wm. Lessen, Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. 5--- .; S. :;,.: 5
=C' '''' '-
.I t -; Sanderson. Sheriff D. G. Harrell. Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,withor > '- .. ,;f-i; $" '.f,; ".
q Treasurer-J.E. Roberts. ,'
I withont board. Table Boarders will be --'-<& -'P
as .. I County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector Revenue-L. G..Wilder. accommodated ; also transient.; f St'S ;

V W* Clerk Henry F.York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. Gregory. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. t :;; r>.I : ; 7 ;::

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', ",...THE, .,FLORIDA- .MIRROR, .. : .. -.MAY" ,,22, 1886.- '

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Traveler's Guide : F:: tf. : r. with train on Withlacoochee Branch for Panasoff Southern.
Florida Co.
} kee,leaving Wildwood at 9.35 a m;at Waldo with'No. Railway
Traveler's Guide is, as the heading 12 from Cedar Key. and at Baldwin with No. -
([The 'of infor- ; ESTABLISHED: 1875., 6 to Jacksonville and No. 9 on Western Divisionfor ORANGE BELT ROUTE.
intended as a means
indicates, all points West on that division at Callahan
ration to the traveling public. To be relia- .. -- with Fast Mail for all points East. GOING SOUTH.
it should be correct. The managers of ,, ; No. 4 is night train through from Tavares to
ble' railroad and steamer lines will DRUGS and MEDICINES Jacksonville, connecting with Tavares, Orlando Fast Man Daily Ex. :Acro ni'n
the different '& Atlantic train with Sleeper from Orlando at Daily. Sunday. Dail .
greatly assist us in our efforts to make it sobv ., ....,i4'f; .i..Ir: '. .- t.i.11" 'f I> Waldo with No. 22 afternoon accommodation Palatka...............Lv 10.00 a Lv 3.30 p ....._._!_.
notifying us of changes made in the running : .j .n"f u.., or{ !lR j train from Cedar Key, and at Baldwin with No.' Jnnc.J.T.&K.W..Arl0.15a Ar 3..tOp ___._....
time when they will Tie 'promptly cor : : .' ft 20 for Fernandina.' Interlachen........Ar 11.07 a Ar 4.15 p .....__..?
( tiJ1l1. ". "' Wait's ...AT 11.43 ....
'" .'r :'('J. HORSEY & CO. Crossing? a ArL52p _.....
rected.] f: t ,; Rochelle ........?.-AT 12.06 a Ar 6.13 p _............
-- ::j fh ';:bii- : .I Fernandina & Jacksonville Branch. Gainesville........?Ar 12.45 Ar 5.40p. _?.........

PENINSULAR RAILROAD.' ., "-\, oIhi'ct..o/-j\-! : Gainesville. -._..Lv 11.30 Lv 4.40p _..... ......
TRANSIT & ,.';3:): GOING NORTH Week Days. Sunday.Lv Rochelle ......_.......L12.21 a Lv 5.13 p '6.55 a

Day Passenger Train leaves- .
Cedar Key and Wildwood, and "; H\"'. :.... :..-,i Ar Fernandina. 11.00" 6.10" 10.10" 6.45", Evinston........... ...L12.43 p Lv 5.32 p 8.20 a
For ." ''l..r }
.;; Lochbie................
Transit Road........10.10 a. m. 1.t' ; '., GOING SOUTH Lv 12.55 p Lv 5.40 p 8.50 a
all points on .. ,
',' Ocala_.................Lv 1.52 p Lv 6.25 p 10 00 a
For Savannah and all points North < ; .t -,.. Centre Street, Fernandina.. 7.OOAM 2.43AM 7.OOAM 4.OOPM- .Welshton .........Ar 2.15p Ar
and West...............................10.10 a. m. .-; ""',, 11't.;;t. .,.-' ... .,...'. Ar Jacksonville 8.10" 4.25" 8.10" 5'10" South Lake? Weir..Ar 3.05 p Ar 6.44p 7.27 p 2,28 1.22p p

connecting at Callahan.) .: .' :,t' FERNANDINA FLORIDA Conant_........?... AT 3.14 p Ar 7.36 p 2.48 p
( :
Tallahassee Pensacola,and all ., Leesbu ._............Ar 3.53 p Ar 8.02 P' 4.20 p
For ,Florida Central & ,. .;, -,,: Center Hill_.........\r 4.28p ............._ ....._......
points on the ".. '. .. KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- Withlacoochee Branch. Pcm berton's F'ry..Ar 5.12p ............... ..............
Western Railroad................. ...10.10a.m. ', of FRESH and PURE ,FOR. Brooksville..Ar 6.10 p .....?..?.... .?..._......
(connecting at Baldwin.) ;" EIGN and DOMESTIC IKG.NORTH. GOING SOUTH.Lv *Dinner at Welshton at 2.15 p m ;. Supper at
Lv St.Catherine 4.00PM Wildwood.... 9.35AM 6.45 p m.
Day Passenger Train arrives ..... Panaso fkee. 5.20" Ar Panasoffkee.10.10 -" St. John's & Lake Eustis Division.
From Cedar Key, Wildwood and Drugs and Chemicals, Ar Wildwood.... 5.50 Catherine "
all points on the Transit Road... 4.00 p. m Fast Mail Mail Daily Ex.

From Savannah and all points in Homoeopathic and Patent. Medicines, Leesburg..Lv Daily.4.00 p ..Daily.....?.....? Lv Sunday.11.15 a
the North and West................ 4.00 p. m. CONNECTIONS.At Fort Mason...........Ar 4.50p ..._?........ Ar 12'45 p
From Tallahassee, Pensacola; and and Goods Callahan with Savannah, Florida & West- Fort Mason....... ........_ Lv 9.20 a _........
the Florida Central Proprietary Fancy ern Railway. for Savannah, Macon Atlanta Eubtis....................Ar 5.05p Ar 9.30aAr 1.00 p
all points on ; .
I Charleston, Washington, Baltimore, New York, Tavares................Ar 5.35 p Ar 10.10 a ..... ..... .
Western Railroad................. 4.00p.m.MgJtt lVI. DOWNEYIs ? ?
tt FINE TOILET ARTICLES, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points Lane Park..Ar 5.45 p Ar 10.25 a...............
Train leaves- West and Northwest Altoona..Ar 6.45p ............... ........._....
Passenger At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha River steamers Pittman._........ ...Ar 7.04p ........?..?.. ...............
For Wildwuod.......................... 4.10p.m. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ; at St. Catherine with Florida Southern Rail Astor.................?Ar 8.lop _............_. ...............
ForSarannaliand all points North now receiving i in the way, for Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at GOING NORTH.
and West................................ 4.10 p.m IN GREAT VARIETY. Orlando with South Florida Railroad,for Sanford. .
Lakeland and at Cedar with Steamer Fast Mail Mail Ac. Daily
(connecting at Callahan) Tampa; Key .

Train arrives- Physicians' Prescriptions Manatee Governor and Safford, Sunday and Wednesday, for Astor.................._Lv Daily.7.00 a..Daily.....?....... ..Ex.....?Sun........
,Rigid' Passenger CITY MART carefully' compounded with pure Drugs at Tampa. Pittman_...........Lv 8.01 a..........._.. ...............
From Cedar Key Wildwood, and reasonable prices. :MALLORY, STEAMSHIP LINE. Altoona............ Lv 8.20 a...... ...............
all points on the Transit Road..l0.10 a. m. Steamer express leaves Jacksonville,Wednes- Lane I'ark..Lv 9.00 a Lv 4.:11 p ...............
From Savannah and all points in days and Saturdays at 5.10 p. m.,connecting with Tavares.....?.........Lv 9.10 a Lv 4.35 p .....?........
North and W.est..10.10 a. m the elegant steamships of the :Mallory Line, Bailing Eustis.....?...........Lv 9.40 a Lv 5.20 p Lv 1.20 p
the -HIS- semi-weekly for New York direct. Fort Mason.......:._Lv 9.55 a At 4.45 p Lv 2.00 p
From Pensacola. Tallahassee and SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Leesburg..............Ar 11.00 a............. Ar 3.35 p
all points on Florida Central &

Western Railroad...................10.10 a. In. Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville 9.25 a. m. Main Line. ,
SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY RAILROADS. Wednesday and Friday,connects with the elegant Fast Mail Daily Ex. Accam'n
FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. Steamer St.1'icholas-inside route for Brunswick, Daily. Sunday. Daily.

Darien Savannah, connecting with steamers for Brooksville.........-Lv 8.20 a...........?.. ..._....__..
Train leaves daily, except Sunday -OFFOREIGN Florida & Co Baltimore, Philadelphia, New :York and Boston. Pemberton'sFryLv 9.40a ..........._.. ............?.
For Jacksonville........................ 7.00 a. m. 1 Railway Navigation CUMBERLAND ROUTE. Center Hill..........Lv 10.25' a............... ....._........
For Jacksonville:....................... 2.45 p. m. Steamer Express'leaving Jacksonville daily at Leesburg ...........Lv 11.05 a Lv 6.35 a...............
9.25 a. m., except Sunday, connects with elegant Conant ................Lv 11.34 a Lv 7.00 a...............
Train arrives daily, except Sunday- AND DOMESTICDRYeGOOo SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 3, 1886. South Lake WeirLv 11.43 a Lv 7.06 a..... ........
Steamer forBrunswick and ?
From Jacksonville.....................11.00 a. m. .- of Thos.Collyer the Last!: Tennessee, & throughtrains *Welshton............Ar 12.12p Ar 7.24 a...............
From Jacksonville....................... 6.10 p.m. CENTRAL MERIDIAN TIME. and Brunswick& Western Kailroads., Virginia Georgia, Ocala....?..........._Ar 1.00 p :Ar 8.14 a ........._....
Sunday only- A. o. :MACDONELL Lochbie......?.......Ar 1.53 p Ar 9.04 a....?.........
One hour slower than Washington, D. C., and 33 ,
Jacksonville ....................10.10 a. h1, ( General Passenger and Ticket Agent., Evinston .....?.....?AT 2.07 p Ar 9.14 a Lv 4.53 p
From I minutes faster than Jacksonville Local.) WALTER G. COLEMAN Micanopy:........................... .?........... Lv 5.45p
From Jacksonville ..................... 6.45 p.m.For Rochelle.............Ar 2.35 p Ar 9.37 a Ar 6.30 p
Jacksonville ........................ 7.00a.m. WESTERN DIVISION. F. B. PAPY, General Traveling Agent. Gainesville..........Ar 3.20 p Ar10.05a..........._..

For Jacksonville ........................ 4.00 p. m. Traffic Manager.D. Gainesville ..........Lv 1.55 p Lv 9.05 a...............
GOING WEST No. 1. No. 9. E.'MAXWELL, Rochelle...........-Ar 2.25p Ar 9.30a ...............
MALLORY LINE. Leave Jacksonville............... '8.00 a m 3.00 p m General Superintendent. Wait's Crossing..Ar 3.14 p Ar 10 00 a...............
York direct Wednesdayand Baldwin.................... 8.45" 4.10' Interlachen........Ar 3.55p Ar 10.33a...............
For New every
Junc J T & K 1 ..Ara ..............
Ar 11.20
Lake ................. 10.10" 6.03 uu Savannah Florida'&Western 4.37p a.
Saturday evening. -AND- Live Oak City.................10.59 u 7.04 uu R'y. Palatk.............?Ar 4.50p Ar 11.30 .........?....
From New York direct, every Tuesdayand Ellaville..................... 11.28" 7.45" Breakfast at Welhston at 7.34 a m.
Friday eyeing, at 3.00 p.m. FANCY U Madison_.................12.01 U 8.35 UU WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. STEAMERS A. J. LANE AND DISPATCH
ARTICLES, Drifton_..................... 1.07 10.05 Make daily,double round trips of Lakes Eustis
SEA-ISLAND ROUTE. Arrive Monticello................. 1.30 p m 10.35 p m All trains of this road are run by Central and Harris, touching at all landings.

Steamer St. Nicholas leaves Fernandina Leave Tallahassee_............... 2.20 p m 12.00 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 a. m.; leaves CONSISTING IN PART OF- Quincy ?.....................3.15 U 1.52 a m slower than Jacksonville time.ON CONNECTIONS.At .
and Arrive River Junction_......... 4.00" 3.2.' Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa & Key ;
Savannah Mondays Thursdays. West Railway, and fast river steamers, for St. Au- 1
and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885, Green Cove
Augustine, Springs, Jacksonville
Train No. 1 makes close connection at River
CUMBERLAND ROUTE. Piques Victoria Laws Trains will leave and arriveas
North,East and West, and with up-river
Junction with through train on the Louisville & steamers
for Brunswick Orleans and all South- follows: for South Florida : also with tAe new
Steamer Thos. Collyer, Nashville for New points "
daily at............................ 3.00 p.m. Plain and Dotted Swiss Lawns, west; arriving at DeFuniak at 7.25 pm.Pensacola NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. steamship twin-screw City iron of steamship Monticello.'City for of Charleston Palatka, New and
(connecting at Brunswick with : 10.10 p m, Mobile 2.25 a m., and New Orleans at' Leave Jacksonville' daily at-.......... 7:30 a m York Boston, Philadelphia, etc.

E. T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern Tape Checks and Stripes, 7.20 Close a m.connection is made at Flomaton for all Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Mail trains make close connection both ways

and Western points.) points North and West;, arriving at Montgomeryat Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m via Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway, at
Steamer TJ jos.Collyer.from Brunswick Light Prints (Suitable for the Season) 7.15 a m,Nashville 7.26 p m, Evansville 2.30 p m, Arrive at ,Waycross daily at;.........10:00 a m Jacksonville At Gainesville.,with with Atlantic through Coast Pullman Line-fast mail.

daily at..!..._.!.......!.........,.,12.15 p. m. St Louis 8 p m,Chicago 7.05 am,Cincinnati 6.35 a m.' Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m Savannah, Florida & Western Railway Sleepersover for
,Irish Linens, Table Cloths Jacksonville No. 1 has to Sleeper, which without runs through from. Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30: p m New Orleans, Cedar Key, Pensacola, Savannah,
ST. MARTS RIVER. No. 9 makes close Montgomery" connection at River change.Junction ,Arrive at Chattahoocb.ee daily at... 3:50 p m Albany, Montgomery, Louisville, St. Louis, and

Steamer Martha' leaves Centre street dock- Towels, Napkins, Doileys, with Louisville & Nashville train for Montgomery Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m all At points Ocala West.with Florida &
and North and West DeFu .............. 2:40 'Railway Navigation
For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday points : arriving Arrive at Mobile daily at. a m Company, and hacks, for Silver Spring.At .

and Friday........................ 3.00 p. m. Irish and Hamburg Edgins, niak at 8.20 a Pensacola 12.30p m, Montgomery Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m Astor, with St. John's River steamers, for
7.55 Nashville 7.20 a mSt. Louis 8pm, at Chattahoochee with Pensa Jacksonville, Sanford and landings.
For St. .Marys and Dungeness on 7.0m0 Cincinnati 6.3ii Connecting way
m, m.
Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p. m. Domestic Shirting, Sheeting, etc. This train p carries Sleeper through p from Jack- cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Division At Leesburg of the, with Florida the St.Sonthern John's Railway& Lake Eustis, and

For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, sonville to DeFuniak without change. cola Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- boats on Lakes Harris and Eustis, for points on

Monday and Thursday........... 8.00a.m. Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick Lakes.At .
Steamer Martha arrives- -A NICE LINE OF- GOING EAST. I No. 2. No. 10. take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Pemberton's Ferry, with South Florida Rail-

From St.JMarys and Crandall, on Leave River Junction_.........,11.30 a m 12.35 a m B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m. road, for Lakeland Tampa, Kissimmee, Bartow,
Quincy _....................12.17 P m 1.52 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this Orlando, Sanford, Tuckertown and Fort Dade.O. .
Monday and ............ 7.00
a. m.
Tallahassee................ 1.15" 3.45" Mobile W. BROMWELL,
From St. Marys and Dungeness, Drifton....................... .2.20" 4.50" train, Savannah to Pensacola, I General Passenger Agent.

on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a. m READYMADE THING Arrive Monticello._............... 3.05 p m 5.0. a m' and New Orleans. A. C. CGWAN,
From Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson General Traveling Agent.SHERMAN .
St.Mary's and King's Ferry, Leave Madison....?.....,......... 3.22 P m 5.58 a m CONANT,
Tuesday and Friday.. .............. 2.00 m. < ville to Cincinnati via Jesup.
p. Ellaville.................... 3.53" 6.35" General Manager.
1 U Live Oak.................... 4.20" 7.05" Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
"""" r i Lake City_.................. 5.07" 8.16" to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST .
The City Government. Black Silk Alpaca Coats Baldwin..................... 6.30 10.55 "
Arrive Jacksonville................ '7.15 H.58 MAIL.

I Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m
No. 2 makes close connection at River Junction
May or-Jam es McGi ffi n. And New Styles in Seersucker Suits with Louisville & Nashville trains from New Or- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m
Marshal-Stephen Morris. ;' leans, and from Chicago. St. Louis, Cincinnati, Leave Chattahoochee at ..:...........12:00 m

Clerk-George E. Wolff.1: ., Montgomery. Has through Sleeper from Mont Leave Thomassville! at................... 2:10 p m Two Millionsof
Assessor-John Stays. fe-A \ gomery.No. Leave Callahan daily at............... 3:15: p m
.o1Jector-OJiver S. Oakes. BARGAIN.-- 10 makes close connection with trains from Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05p m

Treasurer-Thomas Kydd. DeFuniak Montgomery Springs.and North, and has Sleeper from Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p'm acres of Farming Orange

Board of Aldermen-G. F. Avery. President Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m ,
; G. Stark, R. E. Robinson W.:Dorsey, STRAW'AND FUR HATS Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a m Timber and Grazing Lands, g
Reuben Walker P. .MacDonald, R. Wilker- SOUTHERN DIVISION. Arrive at Washington. D.b., daily_11:45 p m

son. P. Kelly, Charles H. Berg. GOING SOUTH. 1'0. 7. J No. 5. No. 3.No..19. Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m situated in 29 counties, and
Standing committees of the Council : / Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars. the lands
Lv Fernandina. 10.10 AM 4.10 comprising boughtby
Men's Boys' Ladies' and Misses'ATERL PX
On Finance ; on Laws and Ordinances ;; on Callahan ... 11.30 I(7.25 Savannah to New York without change.EAST .

Rules; on Printing ; on Taxes and Licenses: Lv Jacksonville ............ 11.45 A 8.45Pat'"...... FLORIDA EXPRESS. Sir Edward J. Reed, from
G. Stark, Chairman, Aldermen Berg and Baldwin..12.5OPM 12.30"II 10.00" 9.30PM the State of Florida in 1881
Robinson.On R H AND tl RtVUSBELLAS" Highland..., 1.27 I .. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m ,

Streets and Drains ; on Public Improvements Lawtey_...... 1.43 ,.., 111.16"N Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m are now offered at graded
and Lighting Starke........ 2.04" ...0.11' 0.21. .. ....
; on Lamps .. 111.42" I Leave at Callahan daily at..... .. 8:35 p m
Streets; on City Property; on Scavenger Waldo ......... 2.45" 2.45 PH AI 4.15 AMLv Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m i prices. These lands were se-

Work: P. Kelly, Chairman, Aldermen Gainesville_. 3.30 6.25 Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p'm lected Hon. A. Cor-
Stark and Robinson.On "" Archer........." 4.20 U" 8.20 Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm : by Hugh
.. .
Bronson. 4.50 9.10 "
Fire Department; on Police: ,Charles Cedar Key.?.. if 6.45 if 1225PMLvHawthorne. Arrive at Waycro&s daily at..........10:55 p in ley, late Commissioner of the
H. Berg, Chairman, Aldermen Walker and TRUNKS AND SATCHELS.And 3.25PM: 1.37 Arrive at Jesup daily at...............12:55 a'in
State. Land Office and Mr.
Wilkerson. .. Citra............ 3.57 2.21 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a'm ,
On Poor ; on Cemetery ; on Wharves and Silver Spring, 4.42 U Arrive at Albany daily at........;.....10:30 a'm M. A. Williams late for
Slips: R. E. Robinson, Chairman and Aldermen a great''variety of other goods too Ocala.......... 4.57 3.37 Arrive at Brunswick. daily at....... 8:00 a m agent

Berg and Dorsey. numerous to mention. "" Wildwood.... 6.04 5.14 "" Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 a in sale of State lands, which factis
I-eesburg_ .. 6.37" 5.52
Thankful for past favors, Ar Tavares...:....1 7.00 6.30 Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 pm: a of their high
M. DOWNEY. Arrive at Savannah dailv at.......... 6:20a m guaranty ,
Dissolution. No. 7 is through train from Fernandina to Tav- Arrive at Charleston! daily'at........12:45.p in quality. The purchase knownas
FIRM OF SMITH & CARROLL Fernandina, April 10, 1886. ,i ares, connecting at Callahan with Fast Mail from
THE the East, at Baldwin with train' from Jacksonville Arrive at Washington daily..........10:30 a m
this day been dissolved, J. Carroll and also No 10 from all points on Western Arrive at New York daily at,... ... 5:30 p m the Reed Purchase was only
retiring, J. Henry Smith continuing the Division at Waldo with No. 11 for Cedar Key, i
; Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via for sale this and '
business at the old stand known as the 10 and at Tavares with Tavares, Orlando and Atlan opened year
and 2o Cent Store.Second street,near Centre. tic train for Orlando.No. .' Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping the lands have been culled
< :r.' ', ':;< 3 is train from'Jacksonville Tav Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. .
through to
Fernandina, Fla., April 29, 1886. ..r fl il' 't to'l ,', ,* ,
>,i ,:10' < ares, connecting at Baldwin with evening train Connections at Atlanta with Western and No has
.... from Fernandina and at Tavares next or picked over. part
; : 51*. morning Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and
Notice. : 'f':1 with Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic train for Orlan- Railroals for all points West and been reserved in manner
:: do, connecting at that point with South Florida any ,
MR. RICHARD H. JONES IS AP- \ train for Tampa and intermediate points. This Northwest. and the whole is for sale.
Sub-Agent for Waterman ; train carries Sleeper through from Jacksonvilleto Pullman Palace Sleeping' Cars Jackson open
Grantor Alberti Tract and all land in this ; ;.\ 'f; Orlando. ville to Louisville via Thomasville. Special prices on large tracts.

county known'as the E. G. Brown land. ..\ Connections Montgomery with Louisville -
: :" I
WM. B. C. DURYEE, Agt. : GOING NORTH No. 8. No:4.LvTavares. and Nashville Railroad for New Timber lands, virgin forests in
: _...... 7.20AMi 8.05pI Orleans and Texas points and the West and
_Fernandina, Fla., February 4, 1886. '" ; t :': -' l r : "" Lcesburg.?.... 7.47" 8.52 "" Northwest., At Savannah with Central bodies of '50,000 acres and up-

Notice. <. l' } ';it :' ;/: Oeala Wildwood..........?. 9.20 8.16 u_ I I 11.25 9.45 Railroad of Georgia for all points West and wards. Lands sold for cash,

:: ,, Silver Sprg. 9.33" _........;. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-

Notice is hereby given that all vessels arriving /\t:\ :; .U. IIawthorne Citra ?.........10.17. 10.49 ".. i I ..........0.12. 12.47 Aar .....0.. 2') way for all points North, with steamships or on long time.
1.37" .
at this port on or after the first day for'New York. Boston and Baltimore. At '

of May, 1886, will required to undergoinspection ,. ..'" 't.. Lv.. Cedar Bronson Key._..? 9.10 7.15 AM.. 2.00PH.. Charleston with'steamships for' New York. The Florida Land and Mortgage
at Quarantine. That is, all coastwise 'f ,; <" ; ;: .' Archer_......., 9.40 0 4.50 5'50 Philadelphia and Baltimore, Rail (LIMITED)' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
vessels ::' ,Tickets sold to all points by
or steamers will be inspected at Gainesville if 10.35 .- 8.45 U Through :
upper Quarantine at or near quarantine ';;" :' '" : Lv Waldo....._.11.35 AMi11.25 2.30.o 10.00." and Steamship connections, and Baggage
station on Tiger Island; all vessels arriving .a' 1 Starke......... 12.20 P M 3.00" Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
from foreign ports at Lower Quarantine :ii'e Lawtey......12.40 3.3. and sections secured at Company's office in
.. .. ': U ... u !, N 0. 6. No.20. and at Depot
Ground, inside the Sound buoy. The quarantine .' lIighland. 12.56 3.55" Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, -
grounds will extend from a point opposite .: ',,,,' .. '. ,< :; Bald win._.? 1.40" 1.5OPM. 5.00" 5.00.AM Ticket Office, and on' board People's
: Jackson\"ille .... U .
2 3i 5.50 ...
station on Tiger Island to the buoy in ; '. Callahan.... 2.45" ,-8.10" Line Steamers H. B.'PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE Call and examine ;onr stock of Mens'.
the Sound. :' Ar Fernandina.. 4.00 10.10 U and JENME LANE. Youths' and Boys' Clothing, consisting of
BAKER ',:, f=: :'. : I ::" JAS. L. TAYLOR and that
H. J. : .r .C \ Seersuckers, Silk Pongees Alpaccas,
Secretary of Board of Health. : ? '" No. 8 is through train from Tavares to Fernan General Passenger Agent. are unsurpassed in.quality and price, at !i

Feruandina Fla., April 29 1886.' : : l Jt 3. dina&, connecting at Tavares with Tavares, Orlando 'R. G. FLEMING Superintendent. :I :MODE BROS. ,,

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.. .. THE ,FLORIDA MIRROR, MAY 22. ,1886 ,. .... ..
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i ':'THE FLORIDA MIRROR. St. Mary's. to Monte Rosa and Fer- had rolled over'-his prostrate form: brought, "

r nandina.It tears to the>eyes of'all,, present. .Hel' commenced : I When You Paint,

would seem such may before long bea with an apostrophe, thus: You --
fl.OO A YEAR; $1.00 schedule on our "local iines." - -. and ended with an exclama- ,. 'TTSE THE BEST PAINTS. THE

t' Last Tuesday party of our leading citi- tion -! -=:\-* but- he rides now'wlthout G <,<1. e .
i t'- .__ Re fing ecttona. H. "". JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTS
zens-somepersonallyinterestedin the lands using any sulphurous expressions. Building Material.

t!' .,, :. ,The shower on Thursday was very refresh- traversed by the new road between St.Mary's That beer and!, bathing at the Beach is becoming i i are acknowledged to be of superior quality
,, ,
i :. ;; and Fernandina-chartered the steamer Mar quite enjoyable, and many linger BRICK, LIME, PLASTER, :

j .. The IcGiffin Hat" is the latest importation ? tha for excursion to our sister city (of thereat. and will cover much more than cheaperand

pry >V of the Mode Bros. course we mean St.Mary's), and thence via That we may expect a water spout in this CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS, lighter brands. Sold only by

the site of the' nascent "Monte Rosa" and city before long-from the artesian well
Miss Anne Eliza Lawtey left by the steamship ,
week. Belle River to Fernandina. The trip provedan That the next thing to follow will be an ;FRED -W. HOYT & CO.
1' r Carondcltt for the North this
tt;,.+ a exceedingly enjoyable one. Amongst improvement of,the Park. PAINTS AND OILS.

3sf Mr. C. if. Whitner left on Wednesday for those on board were. : Mr. and Miss Swann, That the Pilot Commissioners appear very
+' 1 Waynesboro, Ga., where he will join his and Mrs. Mr. Dotterer" Miss FRED W. HOYT & CO. -
w ; Major Duryde, chary of their reports of the condition of

family.. Williams, Dr. Upham and the Misses Up- Fernandina bar;

The Mallory steamship brought ham. Miss Irene Bacon, Mrs. Horsey, Mr. That the Commissioners should see that a .

two iron turn-tables for the Florida Railway Haywood, and Mr. Curtis. weekly report is made and published for the Fresh Garden Seeds

& Navigation Company. Mr. Morse, the courteous and expe- benefit of everyone concerned in shipping; ,

1.. s.t Mr. W. N. Baker, treasurer of the State rienced general manager'.of the Milieu line That the Mirror will very willingly pub- : CROP OF '85-u

Bank of Florida, at Jacksonville, was in the (East Georgia &; Florida), was on board also, lish a weekly report of its condition if the THE OCEAN HOUSE,

the city yesterday. and, amongst other items interesting to us, Commissioners will take the trouble to ob- In papers or in bulk, at
;-P( mentioned that he believed the line (FOR IERLYTHE: IDLE HOUR)
George S. LaRue, conductor of the Florida, new so tain the facts from the pilots;
7 far from injuring our city in would That if this bar is of FRED W. HOYT & GO'S
+ Railway & Navigation Company lying any way, worthy a hundred- ,
ti ', I very.sick at the house of Pratt Thompson. prove highly beneficial to it.: As an exam- and-fifty-thousand-dollar appropriation its i

ple, Mr. Morse said: condition is' worthy of public notice, and
: l Rev. C. M. Beckwith, with his sister, Miss
I have long been convinced, and from the Board of Trade should see thatitgets it, .. ,
w Mildred who have been visiting at Major .
i rr personal experience, that no more beautifulor if no other body will move in the matter. i .:. ,,;: ,-_'(:,'-;".n..:;:.:<:.. ::, '
r R. Fairbanks'returned to Atlanta .
,' ., f,' George enjoyable bathing beach than that affordedby That the new arrangement concerning THIS HOUSE, FORMERLY SO POPU- : ...

tt L. ., this week. Amelia Island can be found south of School District No. 1 (noticed last week) is with the public, located near the il ,
,' I The contractor for the artesian well in the Strathmore Hotel and the Railroad Depot,
Branch Our will be in
Long system con- not meeting with approval among the citi-
has,been fitted up as a first-class] refreshment
city park has already ordered the necessary nection with miles of railroad I
some 3,000 zens of Fernandina; saloon for the accommodation of the traveling -
-, + pipe. His drills, machinery, etc., will be and it is our intention to make a 'specialty' That they generally object to the deposing public, as well as the home people. Corn, Oats, Hay: Bran,
shipped here.next week. of the advantages possessed by Fernandinafor of Mr. Chandler at this stage of affairs ; COOL LAGER BEER, I

Fruit Jars at Fred W. Hoyt &Co's.'t bathing facilities and as a most healthfulsea That he has generously consented to carryon i MIXED FEED, BICE FLOUR, ETC.
i Mr. Wade, who received the contract for resort, and as such to thoroughly I adver- the school for several years in a miser- AND -

boring the artesian well here, is the contractor tise it. We shall also have it so arrangedthat ale old tumbledown shanty under adverse will be made specialty. A SODA-WATER
parties from the remotest portion of STAND will also] he run in connection with WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
r r who successfully bored the two wells at circumstances and it is the general opinionthat
the institution for the
temperance people.
,4),, the water works in Jacksonville last )'ear. our road and its connections can be accommodated he should, be allowed to open the new CLAM CHOWDER AND LUNCHES at !

h;, It is probable that a contract for building with cars bound for Fernandina, building under its more favorable] auspices ; all hours. I FRED W. HOYT & CO.

4 J J : a dock, which will have a river front of 'without a change. That if this is not allowed him probably a BATHING SUITS TO LET.

., ,' nine hundred d feetwillprobably;; awarded, After an hour spent at St. Mary's, and great deal of ill feeling, if not somethingmore Give us a call.JULIUS KLOTZ, Manager.
some pleasant speculations as to its future, will result. ,
fist, ; c in a day or two to Mr. P. Kelly. The dock i ; "
will be on the marsh beyond Huot's mill. under the genial tutelage of Mr. Curtis, the That the excursion to St. Augustine !

party re-embarked for Belle River and soon Tuesday resembled one of Cook's Euro-
'b'' 'n G. the Postoffice Hall
Mr. Benjamin,
# took the of"Monte Rosa"
giddy heights by pean Tours" in being personally con-
watchmaker, will occupy the Episcopal .
storm. Although the weather "
was provoke .
ducted .. .
; g%<
rectory upon his return from Massachusetts ingly dull, and the moon proved "a most That the interior of old San Marco was FRED W. HOTT & CO.FFFFF
where he is arranging his business .
coy maiden, a very enjoyable evening was denied to them, owing to the slow progressin
residence in this
looking to a permanent
} passedand the unanimous verdict of the voy- civilization that had been made on the
r It 1, +br: ; place. ageurs was, that no prettier site could be part of the aborigines confined there;
1Yr Naylor Thompson, Esq., the paymaster found in Florida for a typical town than the That some of the very peculiar and per-

:. +,, ( made the tour of the Western and heights of Monte Rosa. The bluff stands sonal habits that the Indians persist in indulging U U RRRR :XX N II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEE

'e t'' Southern Divisions of the Florida Railway looking seaward, overhanging the limpid in before the public has shockedthe F U HR R NN :Nil T U U R RE
t : & Navigation Company, to pay off the employees waters of the Belle River" (very happilyso modesty of that modest city and causeda U URRNNXIITU URRE1."FFF

for April in four days, during which called, we think), whose waters lade withdrawal of the biggest card they ever U U RRRR N NIT N II T U U RRRR EEEEF

time he distributed nearly $00,000. zum Bade," as Schiller sings in WilhelmTell published to attract the visitor; F U R R N N N II T U R R E

Rt. Rev. John Moore, Bishop of St. Augustine and, besides perfectly safe bathing, That poor J..o" is proving too low for.. F U UR RN NNII T U UR REF

e. is in the city. First Mass and com offers charming reaches for boating and public exhibition, and the tract societies of F U U R RN: NN II T U R REF

;'' 'i munion at the Catholic Church to-morrow fishing parties, to say nothing of splendid that city are too mortally afraid of their UUU R R N NN IIT UUU R R EEEEE

at 7:30. High Mass at 10:30, with sermon sport in the chase of the grim alligator." back hair to attempt his conversion.

by the Bishop. Vespers at 7:30 p. m., also Late evening brought all parties safe home .

t r, ; sermon by Bishop. again, and we presume the projectors of Our English Line.

r 't k,, Buy the celebrated Monitor Oil Stove. "Monte Rosa have ever since been engaged The British steamship, Carn 'Earth, Capt. -Ware-Room on Centre Street, West of Second

+c ti, ,.' Sold by Hoyt & Co. with civil engineers, architects"and all that Hurrell, arrived in port on Saturday last

tt It is during;; just such nice weather that race of noble genii" preparing lots and laying .- and has taken in cargo, during the week, at
down elevations! for sea-girt Fernandkna's Broome street dock. The Cam Marth clears
I'ci +w v we are now having that you should pay a
riverian rival-the Villa Nuova,
on for Fallmouth for
to-day Queenstown or or-
visit to your dentist. Dr. Snyder can give
you as comfortable a sitting as any dental Monte Rosa's gentle slopes, laved by the ders, with the following cargo : 850 tons of
waters of La Belle Riviere. B. seed 600 barrels of cotton-seed oil
cotton ,
operator in the State, and does not charge
t''< t any more for the pleasure than you would Fernandina, May 21st, 1886. 3,500 barrels rosin and 400 sticks of cedar.

ak tfijw w have to pay in Jacksonville or any other Mrs. Grundy Says Value of cargo of which Mr. Wm. Lawteyis S THE ATTENTION

arJ pretentious city. No one need feel compelled .- That Rose's Bluff or vicinity is the loca- the shipper, $30,000. .

; t, to go out of Fernandina to obtain the tion of the future model city on the Millen The Cam Marth will draw 17 feet. '. } ? \f.::'" "'; : "

',',- .. best of dental work and experience. road; .. :, '-, ''..,
d : : OF" : : :. ,.,_, .. .._ -. ,_
-t4 That this point is already talked of as MARINE.
a ? Fatal Accident.A .
possessing advantages over any other pointon
colored lad, about ten years of age, was that road ; Port of Fernandina.HIGH .

run over by a lumber train in front of the That several merchandise stores are being Saturday, May 22.........WATER....11:00A.M. 11:22P.M. \\
,' 3fM warehouse of the Centre street depot last built there already ; Sunday, II 23..11:43.. 0:00:()( I/ fl{( HOUSEKEEPERS \\I{ III IIII
M + + I evening at 7 o'clock, and instantly killed., Monday, u 24........... 0:05: 0:33 "' ,,/
f That our St. Mary's friends will have to II
s Tuesday, 25........... 0:55": 1:25" I
," The train was being slowly switched on to look sharp or they will be outgeneraled by Wednesday,II ''26........... 1:47" 2:17 u
a when the with a companion Thursday, ", 27........... 2:39: 3:10 "
siding lad
a this youthful giant.: Friday, u 28........... 3:34 4:04': "
larger than himself, tried to board the trainto
That in point of comfort Fernandina ENTERED.
4. steal a ride unknown to the engineer off -IS CALLED TO THE -
possesses superior advantages over the rest Steam-pactet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Bruns- -
the locomotive. The older boy got safely on wick, Georgia, daily.
of Florida about these warm days ; Steam-packet St.Nicholas, Usina, from Savannah
a.. fy the car, but the smaller one, after making That the refugees from other of Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
? 1:4 and to Key Line (F. R. &N.) ,
three unsuccessful fell between
s_ two or attempts, the State, and Jacksonville in particular, May 15-Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from COMPLETE: ASSORTMENT
the cars, and the train passed over New York; freight and passengers to ,
all heave sighs of relief when they cross the .. '
him him .in two The R. W. Southwick, agent. -f *' -v '
fi cutting diagonally. draw-bridge and get a cool breath of our i May Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from % ;
:, 4. ;: ,lad was the son of Joe Anderson, one of our island atmosphere. New York; freight and passengers, to -. '..."-" "" .,...J\M\ _>k..,, ........ <',..".. .'.i..".'",,.. .j-. OF .,";; .. '.' .. '--". '
))1 :ie best colored citizens who has the sincerest R. W. Southwick, agent.
+ That"there's no place like home" and 15-British steamship Cam Marth, Hurrell,
sympathy of the community- Wilmington; to Wm Lawtey.
few homes like ours, and that's why peoplein Schooner Annie J. Trainer, Derrickson,
Fernandina are always happy and New York; in ballast.
The Private Colored School.A Schooner Annie B. Hoffses, HofFses,New
representative of the Mirror passed a healthy. York; in ballast. _
That 'the demand Schooner Clara E.Berger, Cook, Boston;
for residences is still
very pleasant hour last Tuesday in attending in ballast. FAMILYCR0 CERIES mJ
" ft the closing examination of the private much greater than the supply; CLEARED.

+ That some capitalist could make a for- Steam-packet'Thos. Collyer'Dilwood'; for Bruns-
i ; r, colored;>> school, which for the past four or i J
tune out of rents alone in this place if he wick, Georgia, daily.
five months has been under the instructionS I Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah ,
S Mr. M: Di;:Payne, a graduate of the Aca- would only build nice cottages. for rent or Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight .
and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.) .....;. J-f ..' .
demic Class of the Howard University, at of.San Antonio Wilder, f, ... .
sale.That May Steamship City : .,; ',:..-.. ,'f.._ BOTH ,'ft., .
the fishing mania has attacked a for New York; freight and passengers, ,. : : ,
Washington, D. C. The proficiency of the ;': '" ; ;:. :, :. .
by R. W. Southwick, agent., r
+#, ab scholars and the evident comprehension of good many of our citizens; May Steamship Carondelet. John Risk. for I :

the studies pursued is alike a credit to the That Mr. Southwick, senior, has been New York; freight and passengers, by '
R. W. Southwick agent.
teacher and proof of the capacity of the obliged to stop fishing for shark for fear of 20 Brig Sarah E. Kennedy Walters George-

r r i pupils to receive intelligent instruction. vitiating his life insurance-the last mon town lumber and, by Demarara J. Mizell, British& Bro.,Guinea King's; d( FOREIGN AND D01\'mSTIcb

S .:Mr. Payne is to be congratulated on his success ster he captured came near reversing the Ferry.: ,
'w he is without doubt held in order of exercises-besides complaint was Schooner Tillie Vanderherchen, Bate-
N ; high man, Philadelphia; lumber, by LewisA.
": 'q" esteem by the patrons of his school. made that the harbor was being filled witha Davis &Bro., Orange Bluff.

n The fact that this school has been' maintained network of lines and cordwood that he VESSELS IN PORT. -WHICH WE ARE OFFERING-

had thrown overboard in his efforts Steamship Cam Marth, Hurrell.
K r k d without aid from the public funds is to inter- Swedish bark Hilda, Jacobson.

Y, 5 evidence. .that our colored citizens appreciate view the man eaters ; Brig Minnie Abbe, Plummer.

y M the benefits of education to their children That another party' had made all arrangements -. Schooner Schooner Annie Annie J.B.Trainer/Derrickson.Hoffses, Hoffses. AT VERY LOW PRICES.

t. S and it would certainly be gratifying to for a little fishing excursion Schooner Clara E. Berger, Cook.
them if our County Board of Public Instruc- last Sunday? and when his companion Schooner Schooner Bessie Lizzie,Major Morris./Foster. ,
,' t ; v tion secure Mr. Payne's services for the pub- rapped at his window early in the morn to Schooner Quaker City, McNeilly.
Schooner William Frederick, Patterson.
lic school the coming season. He has the awaken him his spouse heard the summons Schooner Palatka. Chapels.

;bit l*. jjj hearty, endorsement of the Mirror and it and, divining the object, interposed a negative Schooner William H. Kenney, Lipincott.'
Schooner Ida Lawrence. Young.
; N hopes, in the event of his making application by force of arms and held him-till long

m'. for'a position as a teacher, the Board after sunrise and too late to get out of town White Victoria Lawn, WHITNER & SCHUYLER

s r will accept it and assign him to the charge without being seen. 20.yards for $1, at MODE BROS. ,
I : of the colored schools of Fernandina, which That when the 'boys "get a good tricycle

? fib, h 'position there is every reason, to believe he several married men whose lives are heavily Warranty and Mortgage' Deeds,

tti't.. would fill with credit to himself and all insured ,are going to give it a trial, but the LINEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN

j concerned. Let and our colored citizens risk is too great with.the single wheel ; tamp. ] sent upon receipt of 2-cen NO. 47 CENTRE STREET.

c f'j be encouragedhim in the good work of ed That the terms of endearment which a .AddressFLORIDA MIRROR, >

i ucation. certain deputy addressed to his cycle after it 26 Fernandina, Fla. >

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