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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
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VOL. VIII. FERNANDINA, FLA., sA'rUkpAYJ JUNE 5; 1886. NO. 28. '

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PRESIDENT- CLEVELAND MAR- A large number of presents has been sent to her nearly every, week,-beginning I I-/'- +* Narrowing Up..SXCKLIEXT In concluding this brief notice, let us .

HIED. received at the Mansion to-day. As about the s'eeqndyear; her cheerfully award the meed of praise so justly
;: WORK DONE BY THE EMPLOYEESOF
BUT IMPRESSIVE CEREMONYAT soon as they arrived, however, they I college life, from the:Executive Mansion THE F. R. AND N. due to Captain Maxwell and his admirablestaff.

QUIET were quickly conveyed out of sight, :, at Albany, and the Darticnlarly And Labor with his hundred hands On all sides it wn gratifying to hear
THE WHITE HOUSE-THE The members of the Cabinet gave abundant supply that'camo from the Knocks at the golden gates of the morning. the perfect confidence reposed in the masterof

BRIDE'S HISTORY. individual wedding presents, some White House .conservatories when Longfellow. machinery, Mr. Randolph and his in-

President Cleveland and Miss Fol:; of which were quite elaborate, but in she was graduated, was but one of So sings Longfellow; but on making a structions. He i in turn, ably seconded by

were married at the White accordance with the special desire of the many'little attentions paid her, most interesting visit to the hops" of the intelligent aids, finds his ideas carried out

::oIU the President the list of presents received the knoy ]le'clge,of which her college Florida Railway &: Navigation Company in and the work well done.
House on Wednesday evening at the forenoon of this first of June, the writer
In
the
will not be made machine
public. mates spread: abroad on scattering to I shops we were surprisedto
: During the progress of the cere- their distant homes for the summer found that Labor, as represented by the see the large additions made. Their con-

7:30.The following account is taken mony salutes were fired and a }lar;o j vacations, thus exciting public gossip hundred and fifty or two hundred employesof tents are now valued at some $30.000, and

from the telegraphic dispatches : number of people gathered in front I, concerning Miss Folsofl_ 's_ relations ,'' this now flourishing" and still rapidly- improving Still !as additions are contemplated.
'system, had been 'klf king with
o'clock this of the Executive Mansion during to-thePresident.Miss Remembering the past sad vicissitudes of
About 6:30: eveningthe > four hundred hands, in most unmistakable
: bustle and excitement of prepar- the ceremony and while the wedding Folsom has. always been yi a the line, the savage attacks of the press the
manner at the matutinal portals, not :
party were at supper., No the habit of spending her ceaseless care and anxiety of the manager
for the event began to trans- precautions summersin
the forenoon of that
ation only during early day, and all connected with the. executive,
con-
into realization. The were taken to prevent their en- Folsomdale, Wyoming' 'i county,
form itself a but in fact for the preceding and pre- scious of its but
trance to the and two miles out of Cowlesville shortcomings wholly una- .
the Cabinet officers grounds, as they at the '
invited guests, viously preceding, three successive nights ble
to grapple with the situation. we cannot
and their wives, and those who were were quiet and Yorderly, no effort was residence of her late grandfather, and mornings! but
all
made' to exclude them from the Colonel John B. Folsom congratulate those now happily
not quartered in the Mansion then It is the One could hardly realize the change whicha working in
so harmoniously the regenerated -
began to arrive and were at once premises. typical homestead, a rambling farmhouse few months has made in the locality just order of things, and trust that the
good
tlioffn to the state dining room, Soon after partaking of their wed- set down amid \the lovely visited. Thanks to the well-directed energy sense of Congress will appreciate the force

where they divested themselves of ding supper the President and his scenery of the valley. Sundry news- which characterizes every portion of these of public opinion, so unmistakably expressed -

their wraps and repaired to the blue- bride! were excused and, accordingto paper reports have made Mr. Cleveland -. works, and the abundant means furnished and by confirming the land grantsto

room, where :Miss Cleveland and a prearranged plan, quietly en- the benefactor' of Mish Folsomin by Receiver Duval, the whole of the area on the Florida Railway & Navigation Company -

other relatives of the bride and tered a carriage at the south entranceto a money sense. Such statementsare 1 which the shops stand, and the auxiliary enable Receiver Duval and his asso-

room, together with Dr. Sunderland, the Mansion and were driven to absolutely untrue. :Her mother's ;railway lines are laid, presents to-day a veritable ciates to continue the good work so well

'rt-ere waiting to receive them. the K street crossing of the Baltimore income has always been {ample for hive of industry-a truly noble campof begun, and steadily pushed forward, until

The assembled guest stood on the & Ohio Railroad, where a special their support, and any extra funds honest knights of labor, every memberof this system takes its natural position as the

eastern and western sides of the train was in waiting for them. They needed were always to be pad from which seemed animated with the same parent road and principal highway for the

oval-shaped blue-room, where the at once entered President Garrett s the grandfather, or Papa ohn," as spirit of generous rivalry and anxiety to commerce of this highly favored and rap-

ceremony took place, and had but a boudoir car, My :Maryland," and Miss Folsom called him, and whose carry out to a successful issue the elaborate idly progressing State. .A. C.

few minutes'to wait, for promptly at the train, at'9:50 p. in., moved off for recent death will make.herthe heir- instructions furnished by the generals of the Fernandina, June 1st, 1886.

7 o'clock the President, with Miss Deer Park, where the President and ess of a goodly property i./ division (necessitated by the recent determination Oil .
his his bride will remain for a week. Miss Folsom's character's: that of assimilate the gauges of our rail- on Troubled Waters.THE
Folsom leaning on arm came
down the stairs and entered throughthe During their stay at Deer Park an unspoiled, ingenious jprl, full of ways, North and South.) REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE OF THE BRIT-

northern door and advanced to they will occupy a cottage specially possession, and with. too much Some time since Receiver Duval, assistedby ISH STEAMSHIP "CARN MARTH," ON HER
fitted be his able aids-detain Maxwell, general HOMEWARD VOYAGE LAST MAKCH.
of the and stood up for their accommodation common sense to overcome> by her
the centre room I
near the Deer Park Hotel. : sudden elevation. Her chief characteristic superintendent, and'Mr. .Bushnell, the com- The public prints have frequently con-
facing a background of palms, ferns tained accounts of successful experimentsby
pany's engineer-issued admirably compiled
+ \ to her an
is intense loyally
BRIDE'S
and flowers at the southern end of THE HISTORY.
manual of instructions the masters of vessels in quieting rough and
charmin giving
the room. Dr. Sunderland, assistedby Miss Folsom, whose Christianname mother, who ia woman. minutest details to be troublesome seas by means of oil. The Brit-
exists hat carried out in very
the President's brother the Rev. by the is not Frances but Between them perfect: con- ish darn Marth, which cleared
way, and tooseldom\ section and shop along the lines; and t.' e steamship ,
fidence, sympathy \
William Cleveland, stood facing the Frank, was born in the year 1864, between child. gratifying triumph of those well-directed here two weeks ago for Dover England, experienced -
bride and and will be 22 old on the 21st seen parentand remarkably rough weather on her
groom. years methods and arrangements has been. witnessed
:Miss Folsom's life-has ha ,its -
The invited who of She born in the house deeper from this in
guests present : July. was side. She is old, for ,her yejh* and throughout the past week. It seemed nonjeward voyage port March
witnessed the ceremony were Mrs. : No. 168 Edward street, opposite the too ,, hardly possible to believe the announce- last. Captain Hurrell finally concluded to
and ke
Folsom] the mother of the bride ; the school yard of the orphan,,asylum. observing mistakes tactful to iJ ment which told that the first section on experime a.1t. with oil, and gave a Mirror man. '- r
which even should
Rev. William Cleveland, the Presi- As a child, she attended Mine.Break any :; the Western Division, comprising the road- a graphic d6ssc"Pton of its almost instanta-

dent's brother ; Miss Cleveland and er's French kindergarten. Later the they occur, would be forgiven in one way from Jacksonville, to Chattahoochee neous effects.The Times-Union already has

:Mrs. Hoyt, the President's sisters ; lamily moved from Edward street to so young and inexperienced, obliged l liafl; been begun on Friday, 28th ult., at 2.30p. made brief men 1:"n of the fact but we were

Thomas F. Bayard, Secretary of the house now occupied by Mr. Geo.J. saddenly to regulate her life by the m:;, and finished at 8.00 p. m. the next permitted to see CaL'taill HurreU's log-boot

State ; Daniel Manning, Secretary of Letchworth, in Franklin street. complicated etiquette of society at day. But so it was, and with the others and for the benefit o:t :::r-asters- -,
the
the Treasury iauduMrs.ecManningWar :! At the time of Mr. Folsom's death capital.,' One"of" "-1 accomplish-' likewise ; "so that the close of this week sees from it at_,some._ length. quote
-WlUfl1l1-\7: ; '"ni"T577rtirey were 'living ar.House. inu: :. .mAnia c n r. -U ow j-.tA.ggMQ. .a. ..., ", u" DiU;:''' VI ioU ----- "''--1ej.ila.a: -".
'' In' .dress her,,taste''IS ;veryrslmple.Her : 5th, bound forEnglanu l iiUi a Iarch'up.
:
and Mrs. Endicott; Williani"CY1litney : It will be remembered that rolling stoek-aiAdaNtcd to the change. via N
\ ,Secretary of the Navy, and Mrs. and Miss Folsom were in Medina common sense is shown in And right here 'let us record< the delight She left the I..atter'.pon. qrfQlk:ttClal .. J]

Mrs. Whitney ; William F. Vilas, when this sad accident hap- naming an early date for the wed-. with which one watches the seemingly: abso- During the entire 'voyage strong gales were -
ding. A postponement would have of the Bennett & encountered, the first one setting in,from
rostmaster-General, and Mrs. Vilas ; pened. After the funeral they wentto lutely perfect working
L. Q. C. Lamar, Secretary of the Interior Medina, where Mrs. Harmon, brought even more annoyance in the Mills hydraulic press at the shop which the northeast on the 10th; but beyond being:) I

I ; Daniel L.. Lamont, the Private Mrs. Folsom's widowed mother, re way of press gossip, and from the while obedient to the touch of a child, delayed somewhat by the wind and sea

Secretary of the President, and sided. The Harmon family had moment of landing to the day of can yet put forth the strength of,a giantat being right against us, nothing noteworthy
the wedding movement of the time the old wheels from happened. The wind now gradually backedto
Mrs. Lamont ; Benjamin Folsom of good social position and owned con- every one removing
the north and west; on the 12th it was at
President and
the bride-elect would their axles and again pressing the new
Buffalo ; Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, of siderable valuable real estate, inclu-
Seneca Falls N. Y. Mrs. Codmanand While in have been subject to the espionage of into their places. A mighty factor in tho W.S.W., rapidly increasing{ in force and
; ding milling property.
the and barometer
with ofcapacity' moaning ominously, sky ( -
prying newspaper correspondents. present work-a machine a range
Miss Huddleston of Detroit Medina Miss Folsom was a pupil at
;
) at the same time'clearly indicating thata
Miss Folsom from "a tickle" to
for
outside of a anything
}Ir. and Mrs. Harmon, of Boston the high school. very
gale of no mean force was at hand. The
limited of hundred tons
circle two
of intimate friends, is a pulverizing squeeze
relatives of the
bride Miss Nelson Buffalo in few
Returning to a
; sea at this time was very confused, from the
inch !
of little acquainted in Buffalo, and has to the square
New York, and :Mr. W. T. Bissell years Frank entered the Central shifted
wind having so suddenly to opposite
of the old and method
A contrast new
never mingled in society here be-
1 of Buffalo, the President's former School, and she and her mother quarters. March 13th the gale came on us
the reader. Thus It would
interest
since :
cause she school girl she may
I' law was a
partner. boarded with Mrs.: Jonathan [May- in all its.fury At noon the barometer had
has take a force of five men, with much compli-
never spent but a day or two ata
fa Immediately after the entrance of hew. One of the Central School reached 28 inches. The gale had now increased -
time in cated and cumbrous machinery, to ad-
the President and Miss Folsom Dr. teachers has said of her that Frank Buffalo. Her only regretat very whereas to hurricane force and the sea was
this moment must be that her just three pair of wheels in one day; -
( Sunderland advanced and proceededwith learned very readily and seemed to three terrific, toppling inboard and filling the t
father is be with the hydraulic press, men can
not living to at
the ceremony.Congratulations remember equally well, and that she present two hundred wheels in decks level to the bulwarks fore and aft., :
the of his child the easily manipulate
were then in order, always put a little of herself into friend marriage who stuck closer only him to thana the same time! In fact, as a .labor-saving threatening destruction to the ship and all

. and Mrs. Folsom was the first to congratulate her recitations." While enrolled as :to machine, the manager computes it equiva- on board. At 2 p. m. a tremendous sea
brother. It is coincidence
her daughter and son-in- a pupil at the Central her name an interesting lent to a force of one hundred and eightyto boarded us, completely washing away the

t. law. Congratulations from the other used often to get transferred to the that the Rev. Dr. Sunder- two hundred men. port life-boat and pinnace tearing the chocks

I relatives and invited guests quickly boys' lists, and so, in order that it land, who is to perform the marriage Oil has ,been found to work better than and stancheons from the decks, ripping up

; followed, and the company, passing should sound less masculine, she ceremony, frequently occupied,while water, and has been substituted ; with per- a portion of the decks, and flooding the offi

. through the green to the east-room temporarily inserted the initial letterC. settled in Batavia, the pulpit of the. fect ease and gentlest stroke the little feeling cers' quarters and bunkers with water, and

engaged in after Frank herself Frank Central Presbyterian Church of Buffalo doing considerable damage to other erections
pleasant social conversa- calling pump drives the oil through a succession of
tion for some time. and then repaired Clara. This explains why her name the church of which Miss Fol- valves into the body of the press (and so about the decks."I .
to the room often with som is a member, Dr. Sunderland now thought of trying the effects of toil
dining the, President now erroneously appears tremendous is the attainable pressure, that
I and bride leading the way to the initial C. She was a regular at- having been an attached friend of in some of these presses the liquid has been as it was plainly seen that unless the
the the late Dr. Lord,its pastor.-Buffalo gale quickly moderated, or something couldbe
surround-
supper table. President Cleve- tendant of the Central Presbyterian forced through the strongest metal

land was attired in full evening Church, of which she is a member. Courier. ings of twelve inches in thickness.) When done, the ship could not possibly last

dress suit and wore a turn-down collar During part of the time she was put in gear a piston some eighteen inchesin long in such a terrific sea. I quickly had '
SEVERAL Louis Renne- made of each three feet
a plain white lawn necktie, pursuing her studies at the Central years ago diameter moves noiselessly but irresistibly three bags canvas,

enamel shirt studs and cuff buttons School she and her mother boardedat berg was found dead in..his bed at .outward; a power of from one ton to one by one, and filled them with oakum and

to match. Mrs. Carpenter's, in the Boston MonongaKela City, and buried. But hundred and fifty tons is at the disposal of oil placing one in each of the water-closets
forward and in the water-closet aft. The
one
The bride wore an enchanting block. Afterward her mother occupied he wasn't dead after all, for he turnedup the operator, whose only knowledge of the effect was simply miraculous. The heavy,
wedding dress of ivory satin Mrs. R. D. Boyd's house in tremendous force being expended is the
simply
,
the other day at his old employer's toppling seas would approach to withiir,
which in the instances
attached
garnished on the high corsage with Franklin street, and from there Miss pressure-gauge hundred of theship's
and asked for work. He about fifty or one yards
India muslin crossed in Grecian Folsom went to Well's College.Her we witnessed varied from fifteen to all its when
in
maddening fury,
stern,
folds and carried in exquisite falls of Central School certificates ad- says that he revived after being fifty tons.
suddenly, as if by a magic wand, it would
simplicity over her petticoat. An mitted her to the sophomore class at buried, and dug out of the grave; When we consider that some three thou- form itself into a tremendous swell, the

orange blossom garniture commencing .- Well's College, which she entered but it is thought that he was resur- sand wheels will have to be permanently of this white angry crest entirely gone. The ship
the value
adjusted, we can appreciate -
upon the veil in a superb coronet without preliminary examination in i would ride over in perfect safety. Notwithstanding -
rected medical students who "
by three to
which in from
and tamed Cyclops, ,
continued throughout the the middle of the school year. that the gale continued with una- .
costume with finding him alive, paid him to quit five minutes, performs, without a sigh, the
artistic skill. Her Miss Folsom was a great favoriteat bated fury, and a terrific sea running the

veil, which was of tulle, completely Well's College, and her power of town and keep quiet. work of nearly and order two hundred to men.prevail in every r whole time up to the 16th, no more water of
Neatness seem
overlapped her, falling to the edge of winning the love and unswerving allegiance any consequence was shipped. On the 17th
wheel and axle is
her petticoat in front and along theentire of many friends is a direct SEVERAL wild horses have been numbered department and ready; every for its place. Standingat we had more moderate weather, which con- 1

length of her full court train. inheritance from her father, for a tinued up to the 20th when another gale
in Cal. where the round table, one can count some
captured Roop county
"
Excepting the of and W.N.W. forty-eight
engagement ring more genial, generous-hearted of the "auxiliary" lines of rail came on at lasting
sapphire with two diamonds and the companionable man than the late they have been roaming for years. laid eighteen down to meet the emergency. Four hours, fully equaling in force the previous

Jjmple wedding ring, which the Oscar Folson never lived. Her tall, Among them was a magnificent stal- hundred and seventy coaches and cars and I gale. Oil was again nsed with the same

fIde President placed upon her finger, the commanding figure, frankness and lion that for eight years had defied twenty-six locomotives await the change, good results, no more damage being,.done

wore no jewelry whatever. sincerity made,her the of the and scarcely a bucketful of water coming on,
queen the efforts of the most skilful va- and have been adapted. (Speaking accu-
President Cleveland's present to school. 'She was graduated 'fromVell's box board, the ship all the time making good
learn that already fifty-two
his The horses the descendants rately, we
bride querors. are toward home The amount of oil
was an elegant diamond College in June, 1885, her cars, three cab cars, thirteen flat cars, eleven progress ,
necklace, the stones being set in gold graduating essay taking the form ofa of some fine stock belong- coaches, and nine locomotives, had been used on both occasions, was about fifteen

and extending all around her neck. story. The hampers of flowers ing to a former owner of the range.. already altered.) gallons." .





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.1t l'fh t'wtl 1'1 THE ANGEL OF THE SNO IV. I ship. from the Captain ,in -a. gratefuland some of the ticket inspectors; on the I beneath his eyelids, Mr. Pettigrew I wire reply to.Plymouth. and lock us in.
b ft ff' of three hills appreciative spirit, the more :particularly line. The demeanor of the official found:to his dismay that he was still I till the get there. The gentleman is
:f ;.i Extending Upon the Esquiline like an eagles, one foot byyond, as he flattered himself, that who had already inspected the t pass regarding him quietly and persistently; well known t .your colleagues there."
jr 1 I The plain that spreads east.from ,the Tiberold .I the' Captain really had a regard for now seemed to him have been unpleaS- It was a trying ordeal to feign, to be The inspector, civilly enough acquiesced -
'!''t -\\ ..itoo' Rome's walls' laid, I him. This 'idea, whether correct or antly suggestive of suspicion. It was ,unconscious of_this, and poor Mr. Pet- in this arrangement, and the
\
: I..ji And where, before were
'i r Etruria i i not, was certainly excusable, seeing possible that this man had actually tigrew suffered a martyrdom in the stranger glanced at :Mr. Pettigrew for
f "fi Rose as a. people, flourished and declined that' Mr. Pettigrew had never; offered : telegraphed' down the line to some'of attempt. ,He knew that ,he made a his approval. ,But-Mr; Pettigrew had
'.;1/};fi\t, Upon the hill, garden of nature ere to make the slightest return for-jserr I his brother,officials on the route to look miserable failure of it, yet he dared turned very pale, and looked the picture -
,t11. j And Mecomoa grand mcuie as Roman his arbors gardens beautiful of his time vices rendered in any shape or'form. I out for the impostor. A fatal 'drawback hot' face his companion openly, for fear of dismay. The plan suggested
'1f.IZj! tf Were upon that and the adjacent heights It'chanced at'length' that :Mr 'Petti- to ,this was, that whereas the he should resume the conversation. ,It would have been excellent he had
:ttjt, $11'1: 1 A pious noble thought of a proud deed grew had occasion ,to ,take a journey'to namexof Mr.\ Moss Levi unmistakably was a positive relief when the next been the person he pretended, but
u .f.1! ] !'11: To In honor some spot of a level god. on and the hill, whereon the west of England, owing to, the indicated, ,Hebraic origin, :Mr. Petti-, stoppage of fhe train distracted the .I it involved the necessity of his beincr as
'vi.-j I i I To build an honoring temple. As he knelt, serious illness of a rich aunt, 'from grew's nose'ftas ,a pure Gentile,snub.. stranger's attention, though Mr. Petti- identified by some one who knew Mr.*
a h', I' ,>>l'i At night, his eyes upon the stars, a form ;;whom he cherished expectations. He This'was so manifest at a glance that 'was aware that he would again Levi, the drawback was at once
i : Of light undimmed amid their radiance grew ap-
:*1i "! Appeared, and by a voice along the air had known Captain Falconer, to procure the fact was,alone calculated to excite to produce his unlucky pass. parent. 'In fact, now that it was too
ft ; a i Bade him come; soon as the hushed morn a free pass for an acquaintanceupon : suspicion of his identity. Mr. Petti- When the.inspector appeared in due late, Mr. Pettigrew realized his folly
:;t':tr: 1 Ii' ?i'} ,'I r;I A Upon favoring answer to more his prayer receive. to travel''by, and he therefore venturedto against this insurmountable: discrepancy wake up with a start, and produced tioned interference.
w t,.''!oi.'T'. I ask him 'to do the same thing for and that to attempt"-to STVagger the document, but.in doing so he con- However, he had committed himself
,
r- h The noble rose at dawn,and winding roughy. him. The whose and the ii his trived it the floor of the
.* 11 '1::r The olive groves and myrtles on the side Captain, good'nature brazen out .situation-_ to drop upon irretrievably, and there was nothing
::1:; 1 I''i: : Of the wild hill, seat of eternal fame. seemed inexhaustible, readily accededto identity were challenged-would be I i t .,:iage. In a moment the stranger, for it but to face the situation. The
ft { I l; I i He found upon a space shrubless and clean his request, so far at least as might hollow mockery. The consequence \vhVv8eemed. to be on the alert, officiously more he thought of it the J Jess he liked
:"' ;ir it' I ;!rgl A line of snowflakes marking, point i to point i lay !in! his power.- JHe explained thatit was that by the time the train reached I pounced.upon it and handed it it, and all his former fears revived
I The,outline plain of the grand site his soul
i1! t I / Pictured, the clear foundation plan his hope was not always easy to obtain a free the first statIon at which, a ''stoppage to the i in 8Rector."jBut-in- most nat- with painful intensity. After all, if
'.01".:. ,!'!1..!..: I Traced in his fancy for his high design. pass on the line in question, but prom- occurred he had fidgeted himself into ural manner-.jn the wor1 h.e. first un- ,he had kept the pass no difficulties
I ised to his influence and seemed and/:? .. perceived might have arisen but :he had
'j. Jl The laborers were soon as much inspired use such a state of. abject apprehensionthat folded it, '" Pettigrew now
\\.f .'i I o 'i In the great building as the one who planned hopeful of the result. He was better his nervous and agitated manner that he took the opportunity of glancing -. rashly brought upon himself the verv
2 t-...' Its strong foundation;lofty sides and crown. than his word, for when he met Mr. was almost sufficient to betray him. at the contents..,NThe action occu ,danger he had apprehended. Detection -
;'fl j ; I! I One'Twas of done the grand, and after basilicas ages of saw Rome the fane; Pettigrew by appointment on the plat- When the ticket inspector made his pied only a moment, nevertheless was inevitable, and, what was
; ; : I The tale was ever told of her who once form of the London terminus on the appearance, :Mr. Pettigrew, who had the stranger evidently sated his cu worse, the fact of his having noth-
'felnS f 1' Cast From with the high her labor-house of wonders, down day of his departure, he pressed into wrapped his offending nose in a muff- riosity. He leaned back iffNhis seat. ing to show was calculated to suggest
pi'1 Upon a spot that rosy he fingers the builder flakes of might snow his hand a pass to Plymouth and back. ler and turned up the collar of his coatso with a smile, and looked at Mrv ,Petti that his personation of another person'was

? **,*j$' a The legend still clings to the Esqueline. Pettigrew exclaimed, fingering the Possible handed up his pass with This episode made Mr. Pettigrew, shadow of an excuse. The train was
I. IN-' ':i' I, The temple where the Roman sway was broke document delightedly, "I am really the air of aj criminal. No wonder the more uncomfortable than ever, and rapidly approaching its destination,
t's t.r, ..;' :, Became a Christian church,the grandest now extremely obliged to you." i official, after, looking at it, favored the upon receiving the pass back again he andMr.. Pettigrew' pictured himself
"111 i(6 1J.. :ia.!. Guards Of temples.it with St.unseen Maria Maggiore tho' "So you ought to be," said the Cap- r poor gentleman with a long stare that hastened to resume his: fictitious slumber being gagged before a magistrate and
.",'...:-:.............I I An angel o'er the spot were presence hovering.as still tain in his jovial way; "I had no end made him ''urst into a cold perspiration. : But he ,could not resist peeping held up public disgrace as a railway
..ygat : of trouble to get it, I can tell vou. But this man, like the other, furtively at companion from timeto swindler.In .
.r/ .;1. .,. l'I i! h The The saintly annal old name.has given Some to say the the church saint cast Put it in your pocket," he added, returned the,, pass without raising any time, and he grew more and more the midst of these agonizing reflections -
'tit." : 4 't down rather mysteriously. "Ta ta old objection, to Mr. Pettigrew's unspeak- convinced that the stranger regardedhim :Mr. Pett ,rew's glance en-
t l; (j.t' ti = The milky flakes in broken strands, as tho' fellow. Sorry I can't wait to see you r'able' relief As the train proceeded as an impostor. The consequencewas countered that of his companion, who
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: j: : ; She caught chilled the fragments lines of,astral and in nebulae order let o. on its journey hebreathed more freely, that he worked himself into sucha seemed, from his manner, to divine
i m h Them fall, to mark the'temple's metes and Mr. Pettigrew wrung his friend's and even.for a moment'contemplated fever, of nervousness and apprehension what was passing in his mind.
&ffl. ;' i, ;, W bounds. hand and took quite an affectionate I the possi ility'of reaching his destina- that at length he could stand it' "I suppose you realize, sir the
'c l; ,> : mE'ftf Since the old legend has been handed down farewell of him. The pass was reallya tion without misadventure.But no longer. He resolved, therefore, to. awkward fix you have got yourself
::{ -tf.: '" Of him who saw the vision in his prayer, substantial favor, for the first-class his dismal misgivings .were by get rid of the pass at all hazards, even into," said the stranger, sharply.
,
;: t" "...1', : { The Whether a saint or seraph be conveyed, fare to Plymouth anti back-for Mr. no means tllayed, and a very slight at the sacrifice of having to pay the I-I-what do you mean ? r gaspedMr.
4y'q ; Maggiore is
."'t. :, I "Church of the Angel beautifully! of Snow.called Pettigrew, like o_ hy'other mean peo- circumstance sufficed to arouse them full fare. Better this than run the Pettigrew.
.. 4 ,. I";! .i 6 -C.Drew, in Church and Home. ple, / panted himself of luxury again. Ever since the s'cart his fellow risk of the pains and penalties to "You know very well what I
,'; ift.. ;'1 and comfort at a pinch-amounted to :passenger had remained quietly seatedin which detection would subject him. mean,'" returned the stranger. You
'. .JI i A RAILWAY FREE PASS. a very/ considerable number of shilling the opposite Corner, reading and Watching opportunity, Mr. Pet- said you were Mr. Moss Levi. It is a
\r:,l t '."r...."....!1,I t4I Mr. !pHe seated himself with great dozing alternat;ly. He was a middle- tigrew, when the stranger had turned lie-an impudent imposture. I am
I + Adolphus Pettigrew was an elderly 31\.acrity in a first-class compartment, aged man, with strongly-marked fea-. aside for a moment, suddenly let down Mr. Moss Levi."
y, {,"i! \ He bachelor of a thrifty turn of mind. called for a foot-warmer, wrapped hIm- tures and/ black eyes and eyel rows. the window, and crushing the pass into You !I" ejaculated Mr. Pettigrew,
: : ;: I't was very comfortably off indee'- and prepared further from Mr. Petti- ball in the of his hand he cast
.1 self in his traveling rug, Nothing being' a palm faintly.
::to t+ 'f : but he '
I' \ never spent a shilling wb'/ n & for a comfortable journey.He grew''i desire than to engage in con-. it forth: into space. But his move- Yes, sir. It is not the first time I
: f I a the sixpence would do, and he acf n was beginning to believe that he rsation, and thereby possibly betray ments, quick as they were, did not escape have been personated upon this line.
that
4 i \i principle charity in, a..e pecu- would have the compartment to himself himself, he had been well satisfied to the"attention of the.stranger, who The directors have determined to pros-
kli:! : '( :' home.mary sense But,his begins-and end!*-at when, at the last moment, a gentleman observe that the stranger seemed taciturn witnessed the whole manoeuvre. He ecute, and the result of my message
I t. t! ; :' \--_-- ---.-: U'Jnl1sJr.he meanness /was not cont.'I.'I who had before looked jja at and uncommunicative. But glanced at Mr. Pettigrew in such a will be that you will be taken into custody -
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i/T"' : I '!.,was av- ./,ays affable and I the window and passed on, now pre-, whether: it was that the last: stoppagehad significant manner that the unhappy Plymouth."
'i '1f 1\ h'*, r' I en it r,;o r't him nothing, and sented himself again, and took possesv'itV disturbed the current of this'gen- gentleman felt bound to explain. But-but I had a pass," cried Mr.
:, J ft. s '1, o" \iiln wh; OuuiDt ly: d"at.h w'. a.. timid ":.- *- ,''" ner. seat by thA..noflr- .lp.man'S''medit.ation: or that,,hejhad J':' A .most. .wkwarr-circumstance!:, .JEettierew.transfixedwith.horror: horror and
wIPfc: r l J e hvea 5 ,',,g IlCfl't :n ,Was a As he did so, tho ticket"collector appeared -.. 1 been struck by Mr. fenngrew: s agIta- he murmured. I was just opening consternation.
,1 I' t' lussy nttie man., wao was extremely, and Mr. Pettigrew presented tion, he now appeared disposed to be the window 'when my pass-" A forgery," said Mr. Levi with
;rJ"a''; : 1 correct in.his'notions1, and prided himself his pass for inspection.It curious. H&took stock of his, unfor- Dropped out ?" interposed the 'an unpleasant,'laugh ; "you wisely got
.!.t 1 r+ ..', :,'. aboveabiding everything of being a law- struck Mr Pettigrew that the tunate companion, who quailed in a stranger in a sympathetic tone. rid of it. However, that won't help
1'z' t :- citizen.Mr. official scrutinized the pass somewhat most guilty manner beneath his glance, I Yes, dropped out," said :Mr. Petti- you much."
). I ; I Pettigrew passed the greater suspiciously, and, upon returning it, and presently, he 'asked affably : ; grew, very red in the face. Good heavens You are joking !"
7 -."ry ",f,, 'P art of his time at the club, whereby looked at him with a very searching Going to Plymouth, sir?" "Dear me J How did you manageit murmured Mr. Pettigrew wiping the
:t ) \ ',: :, J he had the satisfaction of feeling that glanc It is probable that the man Yes," gasped Mr. :Pettigrew.: ?" inquired the stranger."I perspiration from his brow with a
::t, ,; .., he obtained full satisfaction for the merely desired to assure himself of the So am I," said the stranger ; "in don't know. I had it in my trembling hand.
; 'w"f: i f i' I amount of his annual subscription. validity of the document and of the fact, it's my native place. Know many i hand, and the draught was strong," You'll see." said Mr. Levi omi
: y,i.J, ;o }. E Among his club acquaintances was a I respectability of the holder. On both people there, sir?" said Mr. Pettigrew, hastily. However nously.
(\;.; f.' Q} certain Captain Falconer, with ,:Thom these points he was no doubt satisfied, Mr. Pettigrew was about to answer ," he added, with more assurance, But, sir, it is a mistake. I will
,:.\ }; ", ) : he had been for some years or. friendly for he passed on without comment; nervously in the negative, but. suddenly "it can't be helped. I must pay. give you my real name and address.
l IAO'r, ;'; j ":j ,: terms. For a long time k-l'. Pettigrewhad but Mr. Pettigrew was of a nervous recollecting that he was person- That's all." I can bring any evidence you like of
( : 1 had been very shy of gentleman, and fidgety disposition, and he sud- ating somebody else, whose name Pay. Oh. no I shouldn't thinkof my respectability," cried Mr. Petti-
'',_ t t.i' I who was generally i-egarded as rather denly' recalled to mind his friend's might transpire during the journey, such a thing if I were you," returned grew in a frenzied manner.
1i'1 :r" ", i f a mysterious pet-sonage. Nobody knew somewhat pressing injunction to himon he was seized with a veritable panic. the stranger briskly. You've I cannot anticipate the investigations -
.$; :d.n'u,I how he contrived on his half-pay to the platform to put the pass in his "No-at least,, I mean yes. Yes, lost your pass by an accident, but of the police," said :Mr. Levi,
b, :r. i y ll .r.I.' array himself. in the height of fashion, pocket. Without suspecting anything certainlyl Iri fact," he added incau- you've only got to say so. I saw it, coldly. "As for your respectability,
; t i '\: ,i to live In sumptuous style, and to keep wrong, but with vague misgivings, he tiously,'*'*,I'm going down on business.:' and will give my testimony." at all events you are traveling with-
"':,..t.. Jti';' up the appearance of a man of means. now looked at the pass himself for the' Indeed !I" exclaimed the stranger, You are very kind," said :Mr. Pet- out a ticket on pretense of being somebody -
,i_ .', : '- ::'( It.was. rumored that. the Captain ob- first time. It was apparently perfectly with interest; ,"Then I'm surej I've tigrew, not quite knowing whether to I else. The penalty is a month, I
.. k1 i't'" tained a handsome commission on the regular, but he perceived with uneasiness met you Before, sir. I knew your face feel grateful or, not. believe," he added in a matteroffacttone.
:,t *. .Wit, 5 business he introduced to a well-known that it was made out in favor of aMr. directly. You are often up and down After all, there was no reason whyhe .
; ..- .j } West End money-lender, and it is certain Moss Levi. The letter-press stated this line, are'you not?" should, pay the expensive railway This cold-blooded way of putting it
rt.: l: ':, that he could always be reliedupon that the reason of the pass being Again Mr. Pettigrew was about involuntarily fare if he could get' off doing so, and was more than :Mr. Pettigrew could
}4' ,;: '8S to put young scapegraces in the granted should be mentioned in the to give a truthful answer, now that the tell-tale pass had disappeared -I bear. He yielded to a veritable panic,
r '!: ; :, way of obtaining the wherewithal to space indicated for the purpose, and but remembering, just in time, the position in the breeze, there, seemed no and almost fell upon his knees,imploring -
\ .ki .1":1': meet pressing obligations. But there this was filled in by the "ship of affairs,.he hastily replied in fear of detection. If the official at Mr. Levi to assist him.
;4ls.. l ,:fJ. was no proof that Captain Falconer ping." I the affirmative. the next station declined to accept his "The matter is not in my hands,"

... "i\.j.i' derived any benefit from these acts of Mr. Pettigrew did not at all like the "You are not,, Mr: Richardson.areyou statement about the loss of the pass, said :Mr. Levi. apparently touched by
: J good "nature. He was a jovial,loud- idea of personating somebody else, especially .- sir?" inquired the stranger, insin- he would only be called upon to pay, his companion's distress.
} 4 y } voiced, rollicking; boisterous person, when -he proceeded- to read uatingly. and this he was now reconciled to do. I will pay anything-anything!"

who was hail-fellow-well-met with ev- the very stringent regulations unde', No, sir, my name is-Levi," replied Considerably, easier in mind, Mr. cried Mr. ..Pettigrew, widly.
t i ery one, and possessed the happy knack which the pass had been issued. ,The, ,:Mr. Pettigtew; with a gulp, being taken Pettigrew awaited the result of the A hundred pounds ?'' queried Mr.
bit 4 A of being able to accommodate himselfto fact that it. was not. transferable, and aback. ..,.. experiment with tolerable equanimity, Levi.
,. every kind of society was only available for the individualin This was'eminently;; rash,_.as, ..Mr. andxeven ventured 'to ,exchange ideas Eh ?" exclaimed :Mr. Pettigrew,
ti 1 DT Mr. Pettigrew whose worldly expe- whose name, it,was made out, was! ,Pettigrew felt the' moment'he had spo- with:his, companion on the subject of with a start.
.r M. rience was strictly limited, had only repeated over, and over again with, ken, since the statement laid him open the weather. When the next stage of Give me a check for 100, and I
: mistrusted the Captain because he painful persistency. :Mr., (Pettigrewnow to all sorts dangers.. 'Instantly it the journey was reached, and the inevitable will assist you to escape," said :Mr.
af ;, tin seemed the sort of man who would understood clearly enough why flashed across his'mind that the stranger ticket, inspector again Levi, with a sudden change of man-
l borrow twenty pounds without' the the Captain had manifested uneasi- 'might be acquainted ,with the real sented,himself, Mr. Pettigrew tol lre-. ner. Have. you your check-book
slightest compunction. He never; indeed nesss. Evidently the pass had been Mr..Levi., The idea was" too dreadful story glibly 'enough.u handy ?" '
ha..; t altogether conquered this misgiving obtained by false pretenses, and by to contemplate r ''but fortunately; 'the, Of course, if I must pay, I must,'* Yes," said 'Mr. Pettigrew, scarcely
tp r ;.,} but in course of time: ,as Capt. using it he was rendering himself a stranger made no sign. He might, he concluded, putting, his hand reluctantly understanding.
d'. Falconer made no attempt to impose party'to the fraud.. however, recognize;the name and turn in his pocket. tf Here are .pen and ,ink," said Mr.
r upon him-Mr. Pettigrew ended by Mr.\ Pettigrew had one- of those excessively the, conversation on ..to shipping and I Pooh Nonsense No occasionwhatever Levi, producing writing-case.. "j
ti + responding readily enough to his -tender consciences which 'are mercantile matters, concerning which for that," interrupted the will undertake, to square the police
friendly advances. The fact'was that indicative of innate cowardice. He :Mr. Pettigrew, was. as ignorant as an stranger., "1 ,know this gentleman hush the matter up"
the Captain won his regard by,,the oc was not the least concerned; on moral infant in arms. To avert this contin- had, a pass, inspector, and'i saw ,. him,, "But ,,hove?" inquired :Mr. Pettigrew
casional, gift of a theatre ticket, 'a seat grounds, how the pass had been obtained gency, and'to check himself from rushing lose it.:,I''.' staggered by the amount demanded -
at the opera, or a card of admission,,to nor would he have' felt any ,headlong to destruction, Mr\ .Pet-. Will you give me your name and yet too terrified and agitatedto
; 'Wk some privileged entertainment. It was scruple about using it if he could have tigrew;, in desperation closed, his eyes address, sir?" said the official. demur.'
a peculiarity of, the Captain's that, he felt certain of not being found' out.: and feigned to sleepyhich, perhaps, '" Certainly' again interposed, the ," I have a ticket said Mr. Levi
; was, always able to bestow favors of But he was appalled' the prospectof under the circumstances, was the ..mostwise stranger, before the startled :Mr. Pet- producing it. Take, it, and get out
; 1 ,this kind. ,:Mr. Pettigrew was by no 'detection, and the, danger seemedto ,thing he could have? 'done.? tigrew could speak.. This gentleman at ''the next station-the one before
;means ,a recluse, and to anywhere his ,excited imagination 'imminent. At all events expedient was suc- is,Mr. Mo'ssJ?evi, the"agent of the Silver Plvmouth. Leavethe rest to me."
.f : } ,or:. anything for nothing added real The probability was that Mr. Moss cessful, for the. stranger ::naturally re, Crescent Steamship"Company.. 'Mr., Pettigrew wasinto literally terrified
: zest to his enjoyment. He therefore Levi, being apparently connected'with' lapsed into silence., Glancing, .however You, have only to telegraph to London! complying with these terms. He

accepted these little tokens of friend- ,, the shipping interest,' waS known to at him after a mile or: two.from andask, instructions.. Tell them ton had" no'time.or. reflection,, even if he

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had been capable of doing so. The j I :LAKE'S. : E=I... ..A.rS JN": :'2. .

train was already, .slackening speed, i I .. Q.... ...Q-(
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and before he knew where he was he I '* \ o o =:8. .;

himself safely landed on the lj _.... .. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware .C'' om:, itr1; .... .0
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dom.When assortment of Solid and RolledTEWELRY ,j.-.' ." ',..;"" ', ... .=..-. -o.--j: y.V-:
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went on to Plymouth, and Ladies and Gentlemen'sGold '. : .,,'. L ..rt-: : .;!:.. ar a _0...-. --< ..UJ.... .=-pOoJ..=.' .
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station, but they knew nothing whatever S8s Silver Watches .) !::{? ,. nrmrnmmxwnn '-< 1-6....::'.=.-.- <
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about the matter, as every passenger } 'l..!R.'t'.' J.1'' ,I -. ocat -s =;=' L: ::;.

by the train he mentioned had CLOCKS OF ALL DOTS, ..:; :j. ,t-: :.f,.; ..0c'-a-c =--cr=' .a.::::: '1-6

ticket in the ti' I ., ,u3G7 '* rr
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delivered up a ordinary C" ::: a 0
way. It was clear then to :Mr. Petti- Silver Ware in Large Variety, Q'< ci cc cr ;en;-:_:1-6... yI

grew that, although his enterprising .d -oUJc.
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for his own use, which had enabledhim : Of the Latestand :MostApproved Patterns. .O .=-= (:) Q
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to escape all unpleasantness. :Mr. No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. COOKISG UTENSILS OF ALL KL\DS S t::= -< =- .

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sion, at once telegraphed to his bankers LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, cr :mss.== Z

to stop the check, but he receiveda W1V.BLAKE: H P., 0 2o7::

\ wire in reply, stating that it had uj.J WROUGHT-IROX PIPES. n.... aL""'t..., 0.
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already been cashed. This, in conjunction DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY y ;, Nw
Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885. CSo t-c: riwo"c.m
with there having been no
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difficulty at Plymouth about a lost -- -- -- -- -- =S TIN AND IllON ROOFS PUT ON. .::: z- Ul
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When You Paint cr
pass, so clearly pointed to a deliber-I Wind Mills for pumping water or running ':::j: -z'oUJ_ 111 "_;'>;......... ,
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Pettigrew, in his virtuous indignation USE THE BEST PAINTS. THEH. at Church.a bargain.Factory and :School: Bells for sale 9i :S Z .

did not scruple to demand an explanation .,.,' ,
W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare ygf:Stoves: at Wholesale Prices.

from Captain Falconer. But the All goods delivered'! at the various trans .., ,n ,} :. ; ,'
acknowledged to be of superior quality, portation stations within the city free of .
Captain only laughed at him for his charge. All sales for cash., ,.' .. ;- :

folly, and could with difficulty be restrained -1 and will cover much, more than cheaper, CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. '.' -

from telling the story to every I I Fernandina, Fla., July 2, 1884''; I ',

one in the club ; and to this day Mr. j and lighter brands., Sold only by ----- ---.------.---. : THE FLORIDA; ,.

Pettigrew cannot make up his mind! FRED W. HOYT & CO. JA._ RYDER IMPROVEMENT ;1'
whether Caytain Falconer was a party I TON COMPANYFeniaiitliiia -
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to the transaction or not. However, I -PRACTICAL- -

he has never asked nor received a favor -. BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHT ,
Fresh Garden Seeds
from him since.-London Truth. Li .
CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Towns on R. R; Line :

_# @- CROP OF '85-T I -
STRIKE IN A SCHOOL. I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY And Cedar Key.
The most interesting conditions laid downin and all work entrusted to my care
In papers or in bulk, at promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work
behalf of any set of strikers are those care- -
fully done at reasonable rates. Wood ,
which we find in the Indianapolis Sentinel FRED W. HOYT & CO'S 'Work in all of its branches, at living prices
propounded by a lot of school boys inspired and at short'notice.HorseShoeing. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

with an ardent desire for reform in T "k number of the
H. Specialty. most eligible and desirable
the methods of public education : k. u .
SOMETHING NEW o Furniture repaired,repainted,stainedor
1. A reduction of the hours of study. LI varnished. Wire Safes made to order at Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or for

2. An increase the periods of recess. > eW short notice.A .
City or Suburban Residences ;
3. Noon to begin at 11 o'clock and extend share of the public patronage solicited.:
HitdH Respectfully,
to li or 2, according to the condition of m e e e J. A RYDER.ADVERTISERS. UPON EASY TERMS. i

the weather.
"4:'T h Wr'stnrr'TcCou t-Anr-attcmuon Liberal Discounts o'n Values allowed to
'llf'-: ..
when there is a base ball match or a circus N parties
engagetniir-mouOTacturing or Indus-
within fifteen miles. WINDOW SHA'DES.ALL '.- -- -
ZT I rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
5. Any scholar who wants a reward of f

merit' to carry home to his parents can :MADE READY TO HANG. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
hare it at wholesale at cost price. 3 feet wide by 6 feet long; Nickle i

Trimmed, Stop-Spring Roller, good grade of F1H residence, or in which to conduct their
6. Ferrules to be made of soft wood. handsome >
Holland with Pull-Down, at the ou
"7. The old-time custom of punishing astonishingly low price of business. '

boys by compelling them to sit with the can learn the exact cost ,
JBFIFTY CENTS EACH.
girls shall be immediately restored. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS
These Shades come in different Colors- Hmti of line of -
8. A boy who holds up his right hand Drab, Brown, Olive. Green etc. any proposed
; by exemption for a term of years from
'
and says, Please, sir, may I go out? shallbe -ALSO-

allowed to go, whether it be necessary or advertising in American taxation, offered by the several cities and
not. A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE

"9. The number of boys allowed to go On Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Roller. y papers by addressing towns. Apply to CHAS. W. LEWIS

and fetch a pail of water shall be increased Across the Curtain about nine inches from

from two to four, with proper allowance for the bottom,is stamped in Gold Fancy Dado, j Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 1 Fernandina.
nine inches deep. This Shade we sell forJy' & Office DurySe building (up stairs)
J
time consumed in and
going coming.
Newspaper
Advertising Bureau
CTS. EACH,- corner Centre and First streets. {
SEVENTY-FIVE -
10. No boy shall be punished for offen- 10 Spruce St., New York.

sive words spoken in debate with another all Complete, with Handsome Pull-Down. Send lOcts. for lOO-Paga Pamphlet.

boy. OF. & T. KYDD.REMQVAL. L" .

"11. While believing in arbitration on y TTNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.

general principles, we ..insist that two boys M

who have a grudge to settle shall be allowedto O MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.Full Y 9

fight it out between themselves. No Dr. W. E. SNYDER Dentist i
,
course of instruction in medicine. The NOTICE.NOTICE .
teacher need apply a whip on account of it. Will i f;}
remove session begins October 1st and continues nine IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
12. A boy who tells on another boy his Dental of- H months. For catalogue apply to the Secretary of described lands will be

shall be boycotted. fice, June 1st, tne Faculty.P. I sold at public auction on Monday, the

13. No boy shall be kept in after school, from the Angel eJ 0. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, VA. I II seventh day of June at the City Hall.
block to his
: I --I in the City Fernandina.or so much thereofas
except at his own as when another -
request residencenearthe
{ Reliable Salesmen to Travel and will be necessary to par the amounts due
boy is lying in wait to lick him." Presbyterian WANTED sell to the trade our Celebrated for taxes of 1885 herein set opposite to the

The exception to the principle of arbitra- for the church coming, H : etc.Cigars Liberal, Tobacco arrangements., Cigarettes Sal-, same, together with the costs of sale and ad

tion laid down in the eleventh article is, we Summer.He ary or Commission. Address immediately, NEW vertising:
YORK & HAVANA CIGAR CO., No. Forth -
think, to be commended, and we judge that will be pleased to meet his friends and Avenue, New York.SEAISLAND. .
people generally will agree that this schoolbO8' patients "at home," between the hours of 9 -
a. m and 4 p. m., and trusts they will not 0 NAME. LoT. .S.. AX'T.
strike is quite as sound as many of ROUTE. ,,
hesitate to call often. -
those that have made a great stir in the 0 --- -
world of late. -- --- -- -- Bell, C..1......... .........79 $4.10

Corn Oats Bran Brundbill, H........ 18.............l... 9 3.41
Hay, THE KEY LINE STEAMER, Cribb,D............... 10, 13,14,0.. 7 14.00
For Bent. Dozier, L..l, N of 2...... 38 30.85
Two pleasant rooms in my dwelling- : DorseyG., agent
mED FEED nICE FLOUR ETC.
house A
on Fifth street. for Island City{

FRANK B. WAAB. I w 1 t Lodge............ 2. .................. 25 6.28
10...........,...... 17 p
Notice. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Dickinson, Mrs r.7....................39 j

M.s.............. 29...................268
Notice is hereby given that all vessels arriving H .1 2................... 269
at this port on or after the first dayof FRED W. HOYT & CO. ST. NICHOLAS, .9, Old Town... 7 30.85
May, 1886, will be required to undergo Eppes, Thos.J.... 5................... 50 6.83
inspection at Quarantine. That is,all coast- ... 'II CAPTAIN M. USING, MASTER. Freeman, C.......... W of 13....... 33 2.73 ,
0
wise vessels or steamers will be inspected at E S E
( except
Upper Quarantine at or near quarantine ,i. : FriendshipL'dge { corner)....... 48 6.83
station on Tiger Island ; all vessels arriving SASH DOORS RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. Hannahan,W. B.. 2................... .71 5.46
from foreign ports at Lower Quarantine '. #,,;:.1.s h .-. I Morrell, J. T......... W k of 8......... 45 11.00
Ground,Inside the Sound buoy. The quar- -AND- .'. I Robinson, R. E..... N I of 6......_.. 52 5.80
antine grounds will extend from a point op- 0. ;-isHi'.: ]: iv_ PLYING regularly between Fernandina Schuyler R. ................... 51 8.19
posite station on Tiger Island to the buoy In 'rl ..."...."''i.' ... ... Savannah upon the following Trayeye;

the Sound. BLINDS, ".;'J. schedule. and.Thos._ { .................. 17 5.46
H. J. BAKER, S. : ." r1ir.n .SS_ ; LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday, I S..1.. .................. 42 11.60
Secretary of Board of Health. AT FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.Administrator's -.:;.",. ,.-.._, :..;,.,!.t",. :':,.-',- '. Tuesday,I and Thursday, upon arrival of i Williams, P e 3............... '40 6.76
Fernandina, Fla., April 29. 1886. ,rc f'. ,.:;,.,.. morning. train from' Jacksonville. arrivingat (outside city
.:.:.'", -",. :. .'" : :, .s. : 'f; ;:}'jo' Savannah the following mornings. Wnli ams. limits)........ 245 5.46

.; ;'"- '-.. LEAVE SAVANNAH every Monday.. Wilkinson,R........S or 8......... 79 10.10
\ :j. /) "' ': ":1f1'fi' : ';,;: ; Wednesday'and Friday evenings, reaching Wood, W. F..........4,5............... 16 16.38

B uildi n 7Material. Notice. : :';.. _:. "' ; 'r [ : / Fernandina the following mornings. Whitehurst, L. W. 4................... 70 10.92

> TO ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES AND ..... : '. ., 1. t I. Connections at Savannah with all rail Wliliams, L.......... S E 1 of 8....... 80 1.37
BRICK LIME PLASTER Persons entitled to distribution: ::,.. ':".d1, /0-. ''.:i.rtr,_,c,, !, ", .. .,i., lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Owners Unknown 5.6.26............ 1 18.56
having any demands againstthe tn.'. ..... -',rf'j"; Ii:t' f.:':<:M'4'" :!",...,),>. ,,'{ & Savannah vessels to and from New York. 7, 28, L..... 1 31.94
estate of Beulah L. Whitney, late of -- -t'. "I'" and Boston,and at Fernandina with trains. 2.58
SHINGLES : "
CEMENT NAILS 2,3,30,31..5
Nassau .County, deceased, are ,notified to ":' -' _t f-'v i1-.t. ":''',;(J a for all Florida points. S ......... .......... 5.46

SASH. DOORS AND BLINDS present their-claims,properly authenticated, i.. .>,. .:,.;,,1'," ,, .. :. A. O; MACDONELL, 22. 13, Old.
within two years from date, or the .same /." ;'," ;t.'." Gen.. Pass.& Tkt. Agt., Town.......... 5 9.18
will be barred. ." '. ti.i .",.,,:,;;....,: Fernandina, Fla.
PAINTS AND OILS. ";.i'-'"
JOHN A. ELLERMANN, ':c.t-, .1-;'' D. E. MAXWELL; O. S. OAKES.
Administrator. I. .. h;; ) f$' '::1. tf / ,.:. ; General Superintendent, City Collector of Taxes.
FRED W. HOYT & CO. Fernandina, Fla., May 8, 1886. 6m. : p.,7: \_-",,-,;,_;, ;,, -" 1; Fernandina, Fla. Fernandina, Fla., May 15, 1886.






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THE FLORIDA.'. l MIRRUR : .JUNE 5.,. isse. : r
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t ,. .---- -
I -
times exhibited by our ambitious SOCTA&STS AND ;ANARCHISTS: effective marks of i rHolders -
Ill
' : TilE ]?LOJUDA 1 HOU. ,' permanent progress of City BondsTAKE
advocates of, their town that the suc- It has been the misfortune of our in the 'State than any other

tlry k GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. cess of other towns somehow mili .country: -: ave, been the recipient ; man.-Florida, Dispatch, May 31st. NOTICE.

tates'against the growth of Jackson- of a class, of Socialists or Commu-
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. IS, HEREBY
think this is nists who have been ,PHOTOGRAPHY, it is claimed, is to NOTICE GIVEN TH\T:
ville. do
o": .. We not so. from;. Europe;.,.. unpaid Bonds of the'Cit :of
, Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor I Jacksonville'will draw to it business educated 'fijider. .the teachings" of ,a be stilLfurther advanced by the use Fernandina. Fla., of the series issued under

c .F RATES OF ADVERTLt;ING. ; to the extent it can furnish superior, set of thebreScal and impracticalmen of the air brush. In this device a authority passed and of approved an Ordinance May 31st of,1869.said will Cit 1 6&:;

i Ten cents a line for the first and five cents for facilities, but to no, greater extent. according to various theories of little holder: is charged with India redeemed of on presentation to G.Stark,chair
man Finance Committee,
subsequent ai I Water cannot be made to run up- social reorganization. Some of these ink, and, by;a bellows operated witha nandlOa.Holders. City of pe-
local notices, 15 cents a line.
: Special of the above described
.+ stream under Our theorists .like Louis Blanc were vis- foot pedal after the manner of a Bonds will
line.
Reading notices,25 cents a except pressure. take notice that. the interest on the
Special rate for time advertisements upon appli towns will grow according to the. ionary men and sought the'real goodof sewing machine, the fluid is blown will.cease June 30th, 1886. same
cation at the office.Communications. GEO. E. WOLFF
healthy natural demands of the ; their fellow-men, while others upon a faintly outlined portrait,. the City Clerk,

t upon all matters' of local inter country. Ocala, Tampa, Orlando,' sought merely the amelioration of I result giving a picture superior in Fernandina, Fla., June 3,1886.Wanted. '
i.f.1 est solicited from all parts of the county and from
Sanford Gainesville Palatka etc. physical evils and hardships. The many respects to the best crayon
44? along the lines of Florida railways. .

,F ,tt: All :communications intended for publication will all grow as the population and wisest of them all was Proudhon, drawing-the whole operation invol- An energetic man who can furnish

iIic. should be addressed to the Editor; all business business of Florida increases. Fer- French writer, who was a prominent ving also only a few hours' time. horse, to sell sewing machines and collect in a
'. letters.simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Nassau county. Address
ti !'rrr' nandina has a place in the State's leader between 1840 and 1865. One The Public School ,Question.To WHEELER & WILSON MF'G. Co.,

t a I I SATURDAY, JUNES, 1886. growth and will grow as'business demands -I.of his principal works, and which the Editor of the_Mirror: Jacksonville, Fla.
S. Ii .__
r ___ and so will u Jacksonville.THE has had a very;large circulation, was Among the many hindrances to the cause
Notice to Contractors.Bids
TOWNS. 'of education, few, perhaps are 'more dam- .
; entitled \Vha is Property ? thepurpose"ofWhich I will be received by the
Our journalists in aging in their,effects than dissension ; and Committee on
enterprising Streets and City Improvements
: book to until June
' ORANGE PROSPECT. was em-
> n sal the man who, for personal aggrandizement, 16th for the repairs of bridge across Clark'Creek
,.i Jacksonville are developing new '.
The opinion we formed in April phasize as a reply, property is pecuniary advantages,or to gratify a spirit of near Colonel Read's mill; also the

plans for the increase of the growthand that the of the theft" and "property holders are revenge, labors to sow the seeds of discord, plaukwalk to Old Town.

f'Wm prosperity of that city. It is not orange crop present ,thieves." :roudhon's theory which is, to say the least not a desirable memberin Stark's Specifications store. can be seen at Mr. G.
year':-would be about a half crop in ,
always to see in a new country any community. Such was evidently the P. KELLY,
easy is the basis of the of mod-
the State is confirmed by the observations principles G.
object of"Justice"; in his wailings contained STARK
.fj$ where will centre what
population or
of others, and, unless some ern Anarchists, was that no man was iu the Mirror, of the 22d inst. That he soughtto Fernandina May 27th. 1886.

8$31 causes will control it. The history unforseen contingency occurs will entitled to ':land except he was in bias others and excite prejudice is clearly

of the 'world shows that primarily himself and labored shown in his alluding (unnecessarily) on For Rent.
iAjy possession
be realized. The of uponit
? become the cities probably growth two occasions to the party assigned principal The store recently occupied by Funke's
r seaports greatest and then he had 'no in Dry Goods Emporium, Centre .
on street.G.
jst tfjPtfT'? the foliage has not been large, and property of the Fernandina school as "the son of

UhM"6j 4i r but in modern times other causes the trees are consequently much more the land, but simply the right of pos the:'Superintendent," intimating that the Fernandina, Fla., May 14th, 1886.. STARK.
have built the cities in the
up largest session tern., to be forfeited if he appointment had been made through the
is : scantily clothed with, leaves than pro,
,;;,'4t ; ; world. Paris is an interior city, deriving left f influence of the Superintendent, or for his Notice.
usual. An intelligent'observer calls proposition
'
4 '"' r no benefit from commerce, \ ilIs"'t tli'at' no entitled gratification.As The City Tax Collector's office will beat E.
and Vienna and Berlin Madrid and our attention' 'to this 'fact', and ,suggests I t* man was stated to ':Justice" in private conver- O. Friend's store Third and Centre streets.

that.many persons will bemis to any better, living than another, sation the day after the last meeting of the until further notice. O. S. OUCES,
I, ;Y J J St. Petersburg!h ; but all these cities Collector.
and all Board I could, under the circumstances
led by the greater prominence.to the labor should be 'p id. for Fernandina. Fla.,April 141886.
have been built up by the power of take' no in the 'matter of appointment,
labor part
equally as; the in i value
view of the fruit than is usually the
4 government and as the capitals of t; : further than present the names of the several
J or result of the labor not taken For Rent.
case when the leaves are largerand being
applicants. The Board, and perhaps others
great nations. In this com- Two pleasant rooms in
country dwelling-
my
to i more abundant. The June growthnow into account. He further claimed present on that occasion, will bear me out house on Fifth street.
has under the influence of
merce putting on is tolerably vigorousand ,that the product of ,one man's labor in this assertion. FRANK B. W MS.
LCT 1 ; natural causes, created the largest valuable But for the insinuations above named,
was as as another man'slabor
will soon clothe the trees with a
cities. New York has would not notice Justice.
N l r grown up as a Notice.
P new growth which will and that the man who Produced JOHN OWENS.
L t' commercial generous Notice is hereby given that all vessels arriving -
| s city Philadelphia as a
: ; I ; much improve their appearance and one.hundred bushels of potatoes at this port on or after the first day
|CVKa'4 1A manufacturing city; Chicago and St. entitled to his Traveler's Guide. of May, 1886, will be required to undergo
was exchange
| li cover the scars and deficiencies
istV; Louis commercial for the up inspection at Quarantine. That is,all coast-
Mr V as depots with the The Traveler's Guide is the wise vessels or steamers will be
left'by the freeze.Inquiring ,potatoes on ,equal terms [ as heading inspected at
kkt reception and transmission of the indicates, intended as a means of infor- Upper Quarantine. at or near quarantine
further in reference to producer of one hundred bushels of mation to the traveling public. To be re"able Citation on Tiger Island ; all vessels arriving
>ra products of large areas of the inte- the of in sand wheat or one>hundred pairs of shoes. it should be correct. The managers of from foreign ports at Lower Quarantine
rior. keeping oranges we the different railroad and steamer lines will Ground, inside the Sound buoy. The quar-
In New
., t t' England manufac- learn that the sand is used under a ,His final proposition .was the key- greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so antine grounds will extend from a point opposite -
4. ures have built up considerable cities, stone of anarchism. He enunciates by notifying us of changes made in the run station on Tiger Island to the buoy in
good shelter, and not exposed to the : ning time, when they will,be promptly corrected the Sound.
s and it may be stated, as a general the that Politics is the ,] H. J. BIKER,
weather should proposition ..
as we naturally .
'I'1'iI that .- sup- .- i'' i<* .__ .-'.Secretary DE-.RoaN&f Irltll.
rule large towns will be foumlinrn .
iwaici science of they :government
liberty Fernandina Fla.
pose _be-ueceMuuy.-course, .. j- April 29. 1886
..__ onion( to o'aenSitof population / TRANSIT A PENINSULARAILBOAD.: :
: the sand must be made free of mois- of rnan by/"man_ ) under. whatever train
in any country. Day Passenger leaves-
( ture. The experiment can easily be name it may disguise itself,is oppres- For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and Atlantic Pavilion.
,x i'1 We have planned a large numberof sion. all points on Transit Road........10.10 a.m.
form
: made by any one, and, if successful, The highest :of society is For Savannah and all points North

cities in Florida. Will they all : storeroom can .easily be provided'' found'in''the,union of order. and'an and West......;.........................10.10 a.m. ON AMELIA BEACH.
become large cities, or even small I (connecting at Callahan.)
with. arrangements for drying the archy. For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all

4 1a r'. .<1 z cities ? The whole present population sand and using it conveniently.THE A plausible argument in supportof points on Railroad..10.10 the Florida Central & This favorite Restaurant and Refreshmen
Western
a. m.
I
: Ica of State is about"
our probably these.propositions was more easily (connecting at Baldwin.) Saloon, on Amelia's famous beach, is now

sq ,4"Ia a 350,000, less than the population of Comoro Isles, which have made than would be supposable.For Day Passenger Train' arrives open for the season, after having under-
half a dozen single cities in the. From Cedar Key,Wildwood, and
just'been formally ceded to France, instance, the argument for the all points on the Transit Road... 4.00 p. m gone a thorough renovation. The best of
'
United Jacksonville-has States. Our largest town-, i will strengthen her hold in Madagascar -[ limiting of any man's right to ,the From the Savannah North and and West.all...points..........in... 4.00 p.m. service at all times: at reasonable rates.

k+ perhaps, a population -, waters, as they lie between the soil to possession, and cultivation is From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and

S ; of 20,000, and Pensacola and all points on the Florida Central ALBERT GLAIBER.
great island and Africa, in Mozambique thus stated': .If the soil l originally & Western Railroad................. 4.00p.m.
Key West come next, with not over Channel. individual it Fern.aidlna, Fla., May 1st, 1886OY4,
Those of impor- belonged to no'private Night Passenger Train. leaves-

ten thousand each. tance are four in number, and con- must have belonged to' all collect-- For Wildwood.......................... 4.10p.m.

What is to build up cities in Florida tain perhaps 70,000 people, with ively, and all will not and cannot For and Savannah West....and......all.....points.........North........ 4.10 p.m

..i k. to a large size ? Savannah, at some manufactures, and a very con- renounce their:right to this common (connecting at Callahan.)

the end of 150 years, has a popula- siderable ,cultivation of sugar, now possession.. ""If" fashion a plow, it From Night Cedar Passenger Key,Train Wildwood arrives-, and

w ;, 4 tion of not over 30,000; Charleston, an export. French influence has is mine because I made it.Vho all points on the Transit Road..l0.10 a. m.

; 175 years old, has, perhaps, 50,000, long been dominant in the group, made the earth? God. Well, then, From the North Savannah and West and all.....points..........in...10.10 a.m

} sr while Atlanta, in 30 years, has grown the island of Mayotta having been let him demand agent for it-let him From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and ROYAL, wu6yp Itoxri

s J? It, to near.50,000, but it does not follow ceded to France more than forty take his own. But that he will not all Western points Railroad on Florida.......Central............&..10.10 a.m. pay nr

C' { lS I that you can build up twenty or years ago, under an agreement reaffirmed do. His gifts are free. That' only is FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. .

1 *' ", wiz thirty Atlantas at will. The build- in 1845. Johanna, on the mine which I produce. The earthis Train leaves daily, except SundayFor ,, ,

I >> t .- ? i ing of railroads both concentrates Jacksonville......................... 7.00 a. m.
island mine I cultivateit.
of the
same name, where the only so long as For Jacksonville ........................ 2,45 p. in. J rt :
? '> s and diffuses business. Before the new treaty:, has just been signed, has The moment another labors on Train arrives daily, except Sunday- t! N{

railroad built when From Jacksonville.....................11.00 a. m.
was a man at long been a port of call, at which my farm it becomes his'property. From Jacksonville...................... 6.10p.m.
s Titusville wanted anything he sent ships obtain provisions and to Suncla1/0'1111/-
a i ; some In Europe the anarchist. sup: From Jacksonville ....................10.10 a. m.
; ; to Jacksonville and allowed. a week extent the other two islands-An- pressed by the strong hand of power.In From Jacksonville..................... 6.45 p.m.

at least to get it. The time has been Great For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.
gaziya or, Comoro,and Mohilla this country:he,comes 'and findsno ',For: Jacksonville ........................ 4.00 p. m.

., now reduced to a.,couple of days, -have also'furnished supplies. The strong hari'u},,,.oft power,,,but y. .indifference *MALLORY LINE. AK1$6 I

k ; I but he can also now 'send his order soil is fertile though the islands .
are He
'J. ; to his'crazy theorizings. For New York'' direct; every Wednesdayand ,
to New York and get'a' return in a mountainous, and no doubt they will soon learns 'to1: despise the power Saturday i 1g.' --
1 q week with- the of lower From New York direct every Tuesdayand
? ,advantage do quite as well under formal annex- which seems to have but little to do .Friday eveing, at-3.00 p.mSEA.ISL.Um .
.+ prices and So with all .
low-freights. ation as hitherto. with him. 'He:presumes on its inac-: ROUTE. POWDERAbsolutely 1
la the interior,towns which have been .
tion and becomes: an anarchist in Steamer St. ,Nicholas, leaves, Fernandina
built up. The, small, ailftore. : ? ,has German .Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 a. m.; leaves
FOURTEEN!! years ago a fact as well as ''name.: He ,regardsthe Savannah and
Thursdays.
given place .to such-lo.rge'concerns'asAgnew's officer who had deserted and come citizen police as people to be putto Mondays CUMBERLAND ROUTE. Pure.

y at Ocala; Doyle's, at Sanford to this"I country, ,under an .assumed flight with bomb. The anarchist POWDER NEVER VARIES. A
: a THIS
Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Brons.ick'daily .- of strength and whole-
fr ;Baer's, at Leesbuestablishr_ name married,.a. young woman of has no place in this country, ,; at............................ 3.00 p.m. someness. More purity economical than the ordinary -
ments which can supply demand Toledo. Four (connecting Brunswick withE. kinds, and cannot be sold in competition
every
years,ago they moved I where the people make the laws and T. V. & G. R.R. for Northernand with 'the multitude of low-test, short-
of the vicinity., Goods .are 'to Terre :Haute and I Western points.)
there
now are execute them. He must be nippedin weight alum or phosphate powders.
rA i carried to, these interior Steamer Thos.Collyerfrom Brunswick Sold in
.. points by six children. 'Thewife.n. ver knew the bud. daily at..........................12.15 p.m.ST. fiST"ROYAL only BAKING cans. POWDER CO.,

,? through.' cars from the'receiving ports that '''her'husband '''was living under -1\-:: ,' MARYS'RIVEB.. 48 106 Wall Street, New York

and from' the Western cities., A few an assumed name until quite 'recently MR. :YuLE 'S LETTER. Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-

f .su"i, towns of perhaps five to ten .thousand when For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday :, Warranty and Mortgage Deeds
she learned, it'by.acci- This letter'is induced'by the pend- and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m. LINEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN
inhabitants may grow up,:but dent She 'questioned him, and he ing.legislation dn Congress forfeitingland For St. Marys and Dungeness, on sent upon receipt of 2-cen
; there is a limit to such growth when Then Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p.m. 'tamp. AddressFLORIDA
it.
acknowledged she insistedon grants, and whatever may be For St.,Mary's and King'sFerry, MIRROR,

the country'ontagiouS is fully sup- a second .marriage, and 'at a late said of present men and measures, Monday and Thursday............' 8.00a.m. 26 Fernandina, Fla.
IM n Steamer Martha arrives,
plied.. There will never be much hour one Sunday the seclu- it active FINE PRINTING, SEND YOUR
1! night.in revives the history of the From St.|Marvs and Crandall. on FOR
manufacturing done in Florida exdept sion of office after fourteen Monday and Thursday............_ 7.00 a.m. to the MIRROR office.
P< a Justice's. life of the' ablest man who has 'ever, ,From St. Marys and Dungeness, '

: for local supply. years of happy wedded life, represented Florida in the national on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a.m MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING
f I 'There From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, I THE" is noted for the artistic manner
to be
seems a feeling
". some- were again married.< councils and who has made more Tuesday and Friday, ........?.... 2.00 p.m..i in which it executes all kinds of Printing.

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tt ,"' li.: ]WHOLESALE [ .'
RETAILT i' Are now receiving weekly large shipments of
na .l"
:

a( _, Invite attention to the large stock of CHOICE GOOD',they now have on New Spring and Summer Goods

tcr. sale, and to the large inducements they are offering in.every department.At ,
Which will be sold at very low prices. A splendid assortment of
present they are offering the following extraordinary bargains:

-- 50 pieces Superior Quality Checked Summer Silks. at 38 cents NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS,
_i1, '
'} + {M per yard; worth 50 cents. \ SILTS: : : ,. C.&B: IMERES,

4, iv 50 pieces Assorted Colors, Fancy Pattern Satires, at 18 cents
Nun's Veiling, Albatross. Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings, White Goods,
worth 25 cents.
per yard; Plain and Printed .India Linens, Unon de Deccas, Plain and
,5 cases Standard Light Prints at 5 cents. Plaid Nainsooks. Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles

M N 50 Patterns of Crinkled Seersucker at 18 cents. ; worth'J 25. Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.


',, ;2-S i 300 100 Assorted dozen, Damask Parasols Towels, ranging at $1.00 in price per from dozen 50.cents;;;,worth to,$1.50.$5. GPAT DARGAIN m G GERTS', LADm D S AND mLDRER' B OS ETI


j Il6r A Line of Bathing _Suits from $1 up. \ OUR SPRING CLOTHINGHas

Cashmere and Zephyr Shawls in all grades and J shades, at popular -. been received-a magnificent line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
KING & CO'S Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to order and fit guaran-
prices. ) teed. This is the Leading House in the United States for Custom-Made Clothing.
Although we have BARGAINS in every Department, the following are some of
100 pieces Fancy Mattings, from 17 cents a yard to 40 cents.

. k. 100 dozen. Ladies' Lisle-Thread Hose at 30 cents,.. a pair; worth --I oUR: SPECIAL: :BAR.CAINS: : F--I

50 cents. 1\ Two Cases BEST PRINTS at 5 Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cts.
FINE HEMSTITCHED LINEN All-Wool Plain Black BUNTING
at 20 Cts.
,. A small lot of Ladies' Fancy-Bordered Handkerchiefs at 15 HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35 Cts. '
I cents each worth 25 cents. 1\i VICTORIA LAWNS at 6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS:at 5 Cts.
.. .. ; Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.
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".- "I!<'I"'I- Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 cts.
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100 pairs Ladies' Glove-Kid Button Shoes at 1.85; worth $3.50.

100 pairs Ladies' French Kid, Button Shoes .at.$..285_ ,; worth $4.: THE'.BATTLE SHOE., is IN Twenty CONGRESS Years, BUTTON ahead of competior.AND BAL, Am &.5 0,

300 Gents' Seersucker Coats at $1.25 ; worthjjJIN ,$h,' y&Orders by mail will receive prompt attention, and carefully filled.

or. & T. XTDD,

Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.
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OCEAN CITY (f GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING, M !\\1 NEW YORK OFFICE-83. Walker St., \ FERNANDINA, FLA.


H.E. DOTTERER
We can show the largest, most complete: and by 'far THE FINEST

STOCK ever offered in the State of Florida. INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

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EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

Until the 15th inst.
Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .

CHOICE LOTS: will SUCH GOODS.KEPT IN STOCK.AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
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be on sale at low fig- JbOiLJ\L&N PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .

ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

ures. DRY GOODS CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, =

READ POSTERSand -fFINE TEAS AND COFFEES .
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Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets. -t-t tt :-

THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.
secure your Lots IN ALL DEPARTMENTS LARGE AND COMPLETE:
STOCKS SELECTED FOR SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. .
before the more Victoria Lawns, Persian Lawns, India Linens, Swiss Muslin, Figured
Swiss, Plain and Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FLA.
Piques, White Goods of all kinds, Laces and Trimmings,
choice locations are MILLINERY (Straw and Felt of all grades), Hosiery in large Variety,
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cassimeres, Jeans, Doe- GENERAL INSURANCE tJNh REAL ESTATE
taken. Skins, Cottonades, Cashmeres and Dress Goods.

STATIONERY -AGENCY

Apply to CHAS. W. ,flSSr- CASH is a diamond of the purest water. For CASH ALONE I underbuy and
undersell, and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD IN LOW, .PRICES. Call
and convince yourself. CHARLES V. HILLYER
LEWIS or to SAM'LA. TV. J. ILOnOMCAJV
Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets.
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

SWANN, 'Ferllall-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. OFFICE, S. W. CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.

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j; :; -' ,Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
>,. .;tj.r ; .'' ,:.-,' ::. JOHNS OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRAKSITRAILROAD
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for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
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:ri : ; R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
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.Collector of Revenue.-Bunberry Haynes.. "'County Judge-:R. 1M. Witherspoon,< :Madi FOR THE
United States Officers. Starke. son.

t.i + : LAND, OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.; Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill- Lake I Sheriff S. A. Parramore, Madison. BENEFIT OF ,THE NEEDY, I 1\

n Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Butler. Clerk-John'M.>Beggs, Madison THEREALL' WORTHY POOR PEOple K
D *',- r\.tCeiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville BREVARD COUNTY. 'Superintendent o f SpAooto-rSaniuel" J."Perry,' TT, will receive medical advice andmedicine 1
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County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison. < '1f"
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F. McClellan. free of charge. mnine.N
Surveyor-General ,
1 4 Point. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Open Saturday from 9 to 12 .
every m.
mr COURT. '',
DISTRICT Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. ;
Collector of Re1enueB. V. Wadsworth
Corner Fourth and Broome streets. 1m
; :i t.: r Judge-Thomas Settle,'Jacksonville.' :Sheriff M. E. English, -Titusville. Madison. .

.'?ski" .,'Marshal-J. H. D rkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue J. Ff Reed, Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY. -
&,+ &;& r '. Clerk-Philip Walter; Jacksonville: ,Superintendent of Schools-John H.-Laws, W., E. FRASER,
;. City Point County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee.
-r K. 4 INTERNAL REVENUE.Collector .CALHOUN. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. HOMEOPATHIC AND HYDROPATHIC
7p f -S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Sheriff-A. Watson, Pine Level. PHYSICIAN,

j mssv COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS., County Judge-: William Clark. Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton, Has permanently located at Fernandina
Clerk James S. Fannin.
: "I .Wm. A. Mahoney, Fernandina.. .i. Fon. and offers, his professional services to the
Stone.
I'P$2, i Edwin Hi gins, Jacksonville.John : Sheriff 7l'easarer-.J.Joseph's.P. Richards. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J.Seward, people of this place and surrounding country.

? s F. House, St. Augustine. Pine Level. Diseases of children a specialty.
Collector Revenue Joel P. Atkins.Superintendent !
of -
,' ,, t ti.LEXECUTIVE MARION COUNTY.
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'z nl ,Can be found at the Tourist! Hotel.
of Schools-\V. G. Coxwell.
l t State Officers. County Judg -J. H. Williams, Ocala. --_. -
CLAY COUNT Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. '
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,.DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange heriff-E. Williams, Ocala. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE. .. \\7

r GOt'enwr-Edwarll A. Perry, Tallahassee.' Park. Collecor of Revenue W.- .-Tranthani, '

3 Ey!% Lieutenant Got'emorIilton ,II. Mabry, Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. I ,:MERCHANT III!, ,
% pOMMISSION lA '
Lechburg. I Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne, \ fs

Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. -AND- W
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rti i I Collector of Revenue-'V'Wilson, Green MONROE. COUNTY.. "'
: lahassee. n
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Superintendent of Schools= eV.. Hall, Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber '
D. Barnes Tallahassee. : ,
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; ;- f Comptroller: County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. 4
i Treasurer-E. S. Crill. McRae. Clerk Peter \ y.
S COLUMBIA COUNTY. -T Knight, Key West. BY THE CARGO,
Attorney-General M. Cooper. Tallhaas- Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West.
I see. County Judgc-'V. )1. lves, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Renfnue-Mason S. Moreno: For( Domestic or Export Trade, 44i4r1',
+I ( Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Olerk-John Vinzaut Jr., Lake Citro Key West.

rr Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. 1'. Farwell, Lake Cit). : Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.R. !
Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-\\\ Payne, Lake City. West. j '

W44'' Adjutant-General-David Lang. Superintendent Schools" A. Sheffield, .NASSAU COUNTY.OountyJudgeHinton "
Lake City. S. SCHUYLERARCHITEJCT
SUPREME COURT. ,
DADE J. Baker, Fernan- ,
Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter. : i dina. !1
Associate Justice-George' P. Raney, Talla Giunty Judge Allen E. Heyser. ; lerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernundina. _-
hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. John
Sheriff 4 Ellermann Fernandina.
't 4Y*' Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Win. )f. Mettaur. Assessor of Tare*-Win.- H. .Garland, Fer- FOR BUILDING OF ALL
DESIGNS
.N Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. '
nandina. with Plans, Details, Specifications -
n ;z Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock., Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott,Fer- and Superintendence.

CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. |

** First Circuit--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Evergreen.Superintendent.1\(' SctoolsJohn- Owens, JAMES JIcCIFFIX.
sacola. sonville.
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$ fig Second Cil'cuitDa S.. Walker Tallahas Clerk-Thomas E.'Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurte' ::Gustnv; Stark, Fernan AND BUILD:
CONTRACTOR
lm see. Sheriff Henry D. Holland Jacksonville. dina. \r

Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison.Fourth Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jacksonville QK1fflE COUNTY., Alachua Street; between Second and Third,

Circuit-Jamas M. Baker Jackson- j County Judy?-J. L. Bryan Orlando THE ABOVE CUT IS OX rcsrtirAcs
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\ville. Collector of RevenzteMoses .T. Brown., Clerk-Thus. J. Shine, Orlando. ,
Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines Jacksonville. Collector Revenue :.. : -
of F. :T. Hurde uan. Or- Orders and estimates from a distancecarifully AGE OF.WOOLBEy*
"y1** *y/1.' ''IIA : ville. Superintendent Scliools William. H. Babcock lando. I' : .atteiided to. 25-t

Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Jacksonville. Superintendent ,I of School, *-John.. T... ;Beeks". ; T '
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Seventh Circuit/ -E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando. :
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ESCtMBIA. W. K. BAUKNIOHTV
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e .1II Sujveyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando.
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Walter Tate.
> County Judge- AGENT.WHOLESALE .
Calendar. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox.
.. f. C.. urt Clerk-F. :E. de la llua.SJieriff .
AND RETAIL
? FIRST CIRCUIT. ==Joseph Wilkins. POLK. .

J! Fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. t BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER DOMESTICKALSOlVIINE.
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm 's. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. ANDDealer
,,' n :n' i I Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of School*-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. in Ice

y., ,,11.''' l Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY

;fir ; ,'r in October.I Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. :
',r Washington Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker.. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. BROOM STREET WHARF .
j-.W '4"il l in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins.

W l Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. l-ft FERNANDINA. FLA.
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: : October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate T.S.Hough ton,Palatka..
Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
F tN: This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. SEWING MACHINES,

feif.* 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. USE NO OTHER.FOR .--

*' Spring Term. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, ALL LATE IMPROVED :MAKES.
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:*. | < 4 THIRD CIRCUIT. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka.
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Spring Term- Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. Sale
Sheriff For at Manufacturers' PricesALSO
4,< > Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday inApril. Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry_ ,

ti Collector of Revenue-R.M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. --
b Madison, 2d Monday.in April.Hamilton SALE. ,BY
Superintendent of Schools-C.-E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun. Perry.Superintendent. of description, and
r" '' 4th Monday in April. every
; of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. ATTACHMENTS
&sj' h Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry.". for any Sewlllg Machine,
for sale.
,'* in April. County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. Sutton,Perry.
iilif
t r GEO. F. LEWIS
t. Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday
Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County SU1eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. ;'Old Machines repaired at moderate ,
a in April. Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector"of Revenue-J.B. Hardee, Perry.
prices.
1. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin
Collector Revenue-John H. Lee.
of .
SANTA ROSA. HENRY HOBEIN
,_, 'a '
t ,1Z April. .
4'kt Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid, County Judge-John Chain. Corner Third and Ash Streets AGENT FOR

Y Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. HKRNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. 8 Fernandina Fla.
October. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.

l Madison, Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rt'Venuew. J. Williams. TOURIST HOUSE C. A. WOOLSEYS'JERSEY
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. ,

?) !,*",' *JPk Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff 3. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. FERNANDINA, FLA.NEWLY .
f Collector of Reveti-it-Jno.E.King, Lecanto.
r in October.
County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
.f w zl Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of To.xes--J. F. Shands, Brooks- tine. IEirNOWOPEN S CITY.yvEI'I'E
ShHi' xille.
: ,--.I; October. St.
Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros
S' 6th after 4th Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Augustine.
Lafayette, Tuesday Mondayin
St.
Floral Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, Augustine FURNISHED AND PAINTED -.
City.
; October. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, First-class accommodations. : :t.EAD-
d(1'+ ( FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUUH COUNTY. St. Augustine. .

Spring Term- County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau,
r,* St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. TERMS $:.00 PER DAY.
-AND-
Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine.
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t4" 4th in March.
Clay, Tuesday
Sheriff J. Martin\ Timpa. SUMTER COUNTY. y28 Special arrangements by the week or
in .
Btadford,1st Tuesday April.
r t Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin.
County Judge.' R. Steele, Leesburg month.
a Baker 2d Tuesday in April.
; f W. G. ELLENWOOD, READY MIXED PAINTS
; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. -

';*, Duval. 1st Tuesday in :May. County Judge-A. II. Brownell. Sheriff S F. Galloway, Snmterville. 10 Proprietor.
Collector of &venue-I. N. Withers Lees- ,
Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. --- -

1T1y St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. J:llis. burg.Superintendent.
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:* Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of School-C. F. Venable, THE OCEAN HOUSE,

2 i I r Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker. Sumterville.

i ? Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools Whitnell) Curry. SrWANEE COUNTY. (FORMERLY THE IDLE HOUR)
"i s Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge M. W. Phillips, Live Oak.

; ,A :yi Duval. 1st Tuesday FIFTII CIRCUIT.in November. County Judge-George JACKS* :.V.l?. Baltzell. Sheriff Clerk-J.John'V./Newman.R. Sessions Live, Live Oak.Oak. ON AMELIA BEACH, FERNANDINA, ?LA, ylINDOVt[ GLASS

h, r, .: Spring Term-. Clerk-Frank Andrew Philips.Scott. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, ,
;f4 Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Live Oak. NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.

K ti +4. Marion, 4th'Tuesday in March. .. Collector Treasurer-James of Revenue E.-John Hv'am.Anderson. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, ALL SIZES.
v. Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Welborn.
div. a' March. Superintendent Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY.CountyTudgeJames HOUSE, FORMERLY so POPU-

Levy, 4th: Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. H. Chandler, Enter- THIS with the public, located near the

,,1l--, March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. Strathmore Hotel and' the Railroad Depot, PAINT BRUSHES,
; .,:' Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. has been fitted up as a first-class refreshment
ij ? in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. saloon for the accommodation of the travel-

:(t ", H Fall Term Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.DrudyEmporia.. ing public, as well as the home people.
Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools R. F. Fox, New SHELLAC
; "4 Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. COOL LAGER BEER,

', Putnam 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. FINE LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector Revenue-J. H.
of Tucker, Mon
i. tM Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. Sheriff County Judge-R.Charles Alligood S. Smith.,Crawford ville. will be made a specialty. A SODA-WATER HARD OIL
in November. ,
LAFAYETTE STAND will also be run in connection with
COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. the institution for the
t *b 'l I Spring Term County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, CLAM CHOWDER, temperance AND LUNCHES people.at

spa 1, Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. all hours. I, RAW AND BOILEDLINSEED
"t Volusia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- BATHING SUITS TO LET.

Brevard., 1st Monday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew fordville. Give us a
Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- call.JULIUS
Dade 3d in Troy.
.r'r Monday April. KLOTZ, Manager.
Y { ylrsy' fall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New fordville. OIL.
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON.

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Gates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. BILL-HEADS. NOTE-HEADS, LET
'''I Brevard.4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-G. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. ds. etc., neatly printedat
2d Monday in November. the MIRROR office.FOR -
Sheriff -John C. McSween.
.*. .. LEON COUNTY.
Treasurer-James E. Bowers.
County Judge-E. M.West Tallahassee.
County Officers. ,
Collector of Ret'enve-'V. B. McLeod.
SALE
Sheriff-John A. Pearce Tallahassee. EALSOMINE
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Schools-C. C. Gunn. .
ALACHUA. Superintendent of
Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
? 3 County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, WASHINGTON. -THE-

ripe.k Tallahassee.
., :, tt ?' Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer. L. Demilly Tallahassee. :County Judge-Wm.B. Jones. Domingo Acosta Grant All Shades 50 CENTS per Pack-

; i r h ih Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Ret.'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Clerk-D. D. Melvin. ,
Collector of Ret.'enu.e-H.C. Denton Gaines- hassee. Sheriff S. W. Davis.
y Treasurer-Thomas Miller. -CONTAINING age: of Five Pounds.
ville.Superintendent.
LEVY .
CO'ID"TY.OlerkJ
F.w" of Schools-W. N. Sheats Collector of Ret.'enue-John Roche. NEARLY ACRES
2,000
} M. Barco Bronson. ,
(' Superintendent of Schools Henry Bush.
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1. ,, t '' a Gainesville. _
Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson.
r. + BAKER COUNTY. Collector of' Ret.'enueW. ,H. Anderson, FACING THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AND
County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar .
Key.Superintendent
; t ISI Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr.. Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. 'P. DePass, LUCY. COTTAGE DUNN'S CREEK., GEO.. F. LEWIS,
It? Sheriff J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson.
Hotel The the town of SANMATEO
Seventh-St., near Egmont property adjoins
,4t' Collector of Ret.'enue-J. W. Burnsed, San-
m LIBERTY. '
and offers one of the best land-
rson.Superintendent County Judge-R. F. Hosford. FE ANDINA. FLORIDA. ings on the St. John's River. It has a front-
.nderson. of Schools Wm. Lessene, Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. age of two miles,on Dunn's Creek. No. 45 CENTRE STREET,

Sheriff D. G. Harrell. Offers pleasant rooms, well furnished,with, Titles direct from the Spanish Governmentto
BRADFORD COUNTY. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. or without board. Table Boarders will. be the original owners.T. .
.*!( a t County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. t Collector of Revenue-L. G. Wilder. accommodated;: also transient A. ACOSTA, Adm'r.

Clerk-Henry F.York: Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. Gregory. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.: H. H. LINVILLE, Attorney. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA-
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s1oly 5JI.4Li. lire ttviLD OUR I with train'on Withlacoochee Branch for Pan SOff- Pullman Palace Cars between Savannah and

no USES? ... .... kee,leaving Wildwood at 9.35 a m; at Waldo with Tampa, via Gainesville
'..''''L ; : 1"0.12 from Cedar Key. and Baldwin with No. Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville and
The frequent disastrous i fires: which I'. ", _{1 \ f' t} vt lI 1 I X 1 X t ; ESTAI3LIt8LEED.: 1875. 6 to Jacksonville and No.9 on Western Division Washington.Through .

occurred in this State within a 'J.." 't. .. < {'. .; ---L_ for all points West on that division; at Callahan- Tickets sold to all points by rail and
have with Fast Mail for all points East. steamship connections and baggage checked
to in some' r : ro;4 is night train through from Tavares to through. Also Sleeping Car berths and sections "
year or two. seem justify } j J.J.'f. DRUGS' and MEDICINESHORSEY I Jacksonville connecting-with Tavares-, Orlando. secured at Company's Office in Astor's building
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degree the :: excessively high rates iYkv6' i" iStui! 'j & Atlantic train with Sleeper from Orlando; at 82 Bay street, and"at Passenger Station and on
demanded by insurance :: ev'i I Waldo with No. 22.' afternoon accommodationtrain board People's Line Steamers "H.B.Plant" and
which, are --.-' from Cedar Key,.and at Baldwin with No.. .Chattahoochee. ,and De Bary-Baya Line Steamer -
companies, for without doubt severalof I I,20 for Fernandina. City of Jacksonville."
& CO. I JAS. L. TAYLOR,
have lost .
institutions ,
these moneyby General Passenger.Agent.
Fernandina &
Jacksonville
Branch.
insuring at lower rates., The '. 1 '1'" ( "'" ; B.-G. FLEMING, Superintendent.

losses have been mainly incurred by ;'1 .... .. '.,.-<.J'>:,:>.: '; .. ,. GOING: 'NORTH .Week Days.. I und.ay.Lv .

fires in densely populated districtsof /r. ',. ,J.7.'IV" .' ,:.. .....'. 1\f r.{,..i .tt.. ) .p t..' =1 PHARMACISTS 1=' Ar Jacksonville Fernandina. 11.00"9.25A)1. 5.OOPM'6.10" '10.10 9.00AX". 5.35px 6.45" Florida Southern Railway Co.

towns in which the houses have '"fl'::. t I 'GOING'SOUTH ORANGE BELT- ROUTE.

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been built of wood, plainly offeringan ".:.; :. "!. .-- -. Centre Street Lv Fernandina. 7.00AM 2.45AM 7.00A.'U 4JXPM -

extra hazardous risk. Our iso- ;". .! ; ,t':.**>.,':;>(,."tf\(' ; : siM. At: Jacksonville 8.10" 4.25" r 8.10" 5'10" ', GOING SOUTH.

.. .. FERNANDINA FLORIDA Fast Jail Daily Ex. Accom'n
buildings offer no greaterrisk J ,1 .. "11 .. ', ,
frame '
lated : .{}.i!. $,1". ".oc'..<"' Daily. Sunday. Daily.
than do similar buildings in :.Withlacoochee Branch. Palatka......?.......Lv 10.00 a Lv a30p ......_..._.
'.'.' ,. ..,,;;:r.f.-4"f ;:.(', '''f.J. >" '.'''.. ',...,. KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- June.T.&K.W.Ar 10.15 a Ar 3.40p _._..._....
other sections of the country, but ...:..r" 1.' .: .,;'.- of FRESH 'and PURE FOR- GOING NORTH.' Interlachen...._..Ar 11.07 ar 4.15 p .....__.?.
I : .cI- }t.1' EIGN and DOMESTIC I GOING SOUTH. J Wait's Crossing..Ar 11.43 Ar 4.52p ......_._...
we are discriminated against on ac- '/j; '",- i'I" -; : ff. dtl;It. :. .. Lv St.:Catherine 4.00PM Lv Wildwood. 9.35AM Rochelle ..............Arl2.06a ;Ar 6.13 p _._...?....
count of the heavy losses in our Panasoffkee. 5.20 Panasoffkee.10.10 Gainesville....?....\r 12.45 a Ar 5.40 p .......??
,,: .t' ; and Wildwood_... 5.50 St.Catherine "
.>''0.. f'" (" _: :;" _.": ,' Drug's Chemicals Gainesville -?.__Lv 11.30 a Lv 4.40 p _..... ......
towns. : Rochelle....._.....Lv 12.21 a Lv 5.13 p 6.55 a

It is very evident that we must, at Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Micanopy........................... ..........._. 7.015 a
lea t in thc towns, adopt some material CONNECTIONS.At Evinston......... .Lv 12.43; p Lv 5.32 p 8.20 a
Callahan with Savannah Florida & West- Lochbie..Lv 12.55 p Lv 5.40 p 8.50 a
other than, wood, and that we Proprietary and Fancy Goods, ern Railway, for Savannah,, :Macon Atlanta Ocala_....._...........Lv l 52 p Lv 6.25 p 10 00 a
must adopt it, promptly. Brick is DOWNEY I Charleston, Washington, Baltimore, New York .Welshton............Ar 2.15 p Ar 6..... p 1.22 p
FINE TOILET ARTICLES Cincinnati, St. Louis Chicago and all points 'South Lake Weir..Ar 3.05p Ar 7.Z7p 2.28p
enormously expensive in1, this State ; West and Northwest.At ., Conant................Ar 3.14 p Ar 7.36 p 2.4Sp
Silver with Ocklawaha River steamers Leesburg..Ar 3.53 p Ar 8.02 p 4.20 p
Spring -
a brick wall which ;would cost $10 PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ;.at St. Catherine with Florida Southern Railway -: I Center Hill_........Ar 4.28p ...._....._. .....?.....:.
thousand.in in Upper Georgia will Is in the for Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Pem berton's}"ry..Ar 5.12p ...........?? ..............
per now receiving IN GREAT VARIETY. Orlando with South Florida Railroad,for Sanford. Brooksville........_Ar 6.10 p ............... ....._......,
cost in this vicinity from $15 to $18 Lakeland and Tampa; at Cedar Key with Steamer Dinner at Welshton at 2.15 p m ; Supper at

thousand. This is partly due toa y&- .Physicians' Prescriptions Governor'Safford,'Sunday and Wednesday, for 6.45 p m.
per Manatee and Tampa. St. John's & Lake Eustis
Division.
scarcity of bricklayers and partlyto CITY MARTHIS carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
reasonable prices. :MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Fast Mail Mail Daily Ex.
of brick. Brick
the high price Steamer 1 leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Daily. Daily. Sunday.
in partly because it is days and Saturdays express at 5.10p. m.,connecting with Leesburg._...........Lv 4.00 p .......?...... Lv 11.16 a
are high price the elegant of the Mallory Line, sail- Fort Mason........._Ar 4.50p ............... Arl245p
believed that but little good brick ing steamships for New York direct. Fort Mason.- Lv 9.20 a...............
semi-weekly Eustis...................Ar 5.05p Ar 9.30a Ar 1.00p
clay can be found in Eastern Florida SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Tavares..Ar 5.35p Ar 10.10 a ....._........

and because brick is so littlein RAILROADS. Steamer leaving Jacksonville 9.25 Lane Park..Ar 5.45 p Ar 10.25 a.....?........
partly SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY Express and connects with the a. m. Altoona..Ar 6.45p .....?..?..? ...............
demand that their manufacture Wednesday Steamer St.Nicholas-inside Friday, route for Brunswick elegant Pittman........ ..Ar 7.04p ..... ..._._. ......_..._..
and sale cost more than when the Darien, Savannah, connecting with steamers for, Astor..................._Ar 8.10 p ........._.... .............._

demand is greater. -oFFOREON Florida Railway & Navigation Co. Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. GOING NORTH.

CUMBERLAND ROUTE. Fast Mail Mail Ac. Daily
\Ve have in this State unlimited -\ Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville daily at Daily,. Daily. Ex.Sun.

concrete houses AND ,DOMESTIC SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 3, 1886. 9.25 a. m., except Sunday, connects with elegant Astor..................-Lv 7.00 a ....._....?.. ................
facilities for making Steamer Thos.Collyer,for Brunswick, and through Pittman_............Lv 8.01 a............?. ....?.........
and our warm climate makes such CENTRAL MERIDIAN TIME. trains of the East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia, Altoona............ Lv 8.20 a...........?.. ...............
. and Brunswick & Western .Railroads. Lane Park..Lv 9.00 a Lv 4.20p ...............
houses peculiarly appropriate hsre. (One hour slower than Washington, D. C., and 33 A. o. MACDONELL Tavares..Lv 9.10 a Lv 4.35 p ..?._..._..
builders think that concrete minutes faster than Jacksonville Local.) General. Passenger and Ticket Agent. Eustis...................Lv 9.40 a Lv 5.20 p Lv 1.20 p
Many: Fort MasonLv 9.55 a Ar 4.45p Lv 2.00
WALTER G. COLEMAN, p
buildings are nearly as expensive as oDRY[ GOO WESTERN DIVISION. General Traveling Agent.F. Leesburg.-............Ar 11.00 a............. Ar 3.35 p

are brick buildings, but for many B. P PAPY Main Line.
Traffic Manager.D. .
GOING WEST. No. 1. No. 9.
are' disposed to doubt the E. MAXWELL Fast Mail Daily Ex. Accam'n
we ,
reasons Leave Jacksonville...........?.. 8.00 a m 3.00 p'm General Daily Sunday. i Daily. .

fact, when we shall have gained some Baldwin..................... 8.45" 4.10" Superintendent. Brooksville..........Lv 8.20 a..."............ ...........-.j
in the construction of -ANDFANCY Lake City................. 10.10" 6.03" Pemberton'sF'ryLv 9.40 a............... ............?.
experience Live Oak................... 10.59" 7.o.t" Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. Center Hill........Lv 10.25 u. ....?......... .....?........
such buildings. In a recent articlethe Ellaville.................... 11.28" 7.45" Leesburg ...:........Lv 11.05 a Lv 6.35 a....?..........
ARTICLES Madison..................... 12.01" 8.35" Conant ..... ...... .Lv 11.34 a Lv 7.00 a...............
News claims that ? ?
Gainesville con- Drifton....................... 1.07 10.05 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All South Lake Weir-Lv 11.43 a Lv 7.06 a ....._.._....

crete buildings cost 8 cents per cubic Arrive Monticello................. 1.30 p m 10.35 p m *1t'; -;lshton..Ar 12.12 p Ar 7.24 a...........?.. 1
_............... 2.20 12.00 trains of this Road are run by Central Stand- Ocala..................-Ar 1.00 p Ar 8.14 a.....?........
foot less than brick when $8 ,per CONSISTING IN PART OF- Leave" Tallahassee Quincy_.................?.. 3.15"p m 1.52 a m ard time. Lochbie...............Ar 1.53 p Ar 9.04 a...............
thousand for brick. :Many Evinston....?...?.Ar 2.07 p Ar 9.14 a Lv 4.53 p
are paid Arrive River Junction4.00. 3.25" TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. Micanopy............................ .............. Lv 5.45p
concrete buildings were formerly Rochelle..Ar 2.35 p Ar 9.37 a Ar 6.30 p
coast Piques, Victoria Laws, Train No. 1 makes close connection at River PASSENGER TRAINS will leave and arrive Gainesville ..........Ar 3.20 p Ar 10.05 a...............
built long the Georgia by Junction with through train on the Louisville & ,
: ..... .. ... .. .. .
Nashville for New Orleans, and all points South- Gainesville ? .Lv 1.55p Lv 9.05 a. ... .
plantation hands, and any laborercan Plain and Dotted Swiss Lawns, west arriving at DeFuniak at 7.25 pm. Pensacola NEW ORLEANS EXPBESS.Leave Rochelle..Ar 2.25 p Ar 9.30 a...............

and the mortar under 10.10; m, Mobile 2.25 a m., and New Orleans at ; Jacksonville.................................. 7:35 am Wait's Crossing..Ar 3.14p Ar 10 00 a....?......?.;
mix apply Checks and 7.20am.p Arrive Jacksonville............:.......;...:........ 7:30: p m Interlachen .........Ar 8.55 p Ar 10.33 a ........._..,.
direction of au.. expert. A good con Tape Stripes, Close connection is made at Flomaton for all I Leave Callahan....................................... 8:18 a m 'June J, T & K WAr 4.37p Ar 11.20 a...............
action of fire points North and West arriving at Montgomery ; Arriye Waycross.-... ...............................10:15 a m Palatk...............Ar 4.50p Ar 11.30 ...............
crete wall will resist the Light Prints (Suitable for the Season) at 7.15 a m, Nashville 7.26; p m, Evansville 2.30 Arrive Brunswick via: B & W R R........... 1:50 p m Breakfast at Welhston at 7.34 a m.

better than any other material St Louis p m,Chicago 7.05 am,Cincinnati 6.35 pm a m. Arrive Thomasville................................. 1:37 p m STEAMERS A. J. LANE AND DISPATCH
Irish Linens Table Cloths No. 1 has Sleeper, which runs through from Arrive Bainbridge..... .................'........... 3:35 p m
known except well laid brick. If .; Arrive Chattahoochee.4:04 m Make daily double round trips of Lakes Eustis
Jacksonville to Montgomery without change.No. p and Harris, touching at all landingsCONNECTIONS. .
the cost of concrete house is ma 9 makes close connection at River Junction Arrive Pensacola via L & N R R.I0I0 p m
a 'Towels ...................
Napkins, Doileys, with Louisville & Nashville train for Montgomery Arrive Mobile via L & N R R. 2:30 a m
' } greater! than! the cost of? a and points North and ,West; arriving DeFu- Arrive New Orleans via L'&N R R......... 7:20 a m .

frame 1buudirigTtIfe"e'xpense 'of"con-' Irish"'and Hamburg Edgins, niak at 8.20 a m, Pensacola 12.30p m, Montgomery Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand At Palatka, with Jacksonville Tampa & Key
7.55 m, Nashville 7.20 a m, St. Louis 8 New Orleans via Pensacola and Mobile.
strutting the former be materially p pm West Railway, and fast river steamers, for St. Au- J
may Chicago 7.00 m, Cincinnati 6.35
p pm. Augustine, Green Cove
Domestic FAST MAIL. Jacksonville and
irting Sheeting etc. Springs i
reduced by using a frame This train carries Sleeper through from Jack- Leave Jacksonville................................. 2:00 p m all points North, East and West, and with up-river i
with concrete not sonville to DeFuniak without change. Arrive Jacksonville.......................?.......12:00 n'n steamers for South Florida : also with tAe new s..
building siding Leave Callahan....................................... 2:45 p m twin-screw iron steamship 'City of Palatka." and .1
more than half the thickness of a ----A NICE USE OF---- GOING EAST. No. 2. No. 10. Leave Chattahoochee.............................11:30 a m steamship City of Monticello. for Charleston,New
Leave River Junction:.....?.11.30 a m 12.35 a m Leave Thomasville.................................. 1:40 p m York, Boston, Philadelphia, etc. '.1
wall which is required to bear the Quincy _....................12.17 P m 1.52 Arrive Waycross ....................................- 4:40 p m Mail trains make close connection both ways
whole weight. In France concrete Tallahassee.............._ 1.15" 3.45" Arrive Jesup............................................ 6:15 p m via Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway, at'
lJrifton....................... 2.20" 4.50.i Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G............ 8:35 p m Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast Line-fast mail. i
buildings are occupied:.without being 'READY-MADE THING Monticello._.............. 3.05 5.05 Arrive Savannah...............?.................... 7:58: p m At Gainesville. with through Pullman Sleepers
I Arrive p m a.m Arrive Charleston.................................... 125 a m over Savannah, Florida & Western Railway, for
plastered, as paper is applied directlyupon Leave Madison.................... 3.22 p m 5.58 a m Arrive Wilmington................................. 8:20 a m New Orleans, Cedar Key, Pensacola, Savannah j
the inner walls.-Green Cove I 1 I Ellaville..................... 3.53" 6.35" Arrive Weldon........................................ 2:15 p m Albany, Montgomery, Louisville St. Louis, and i 1
Live Oak................... 4.20" 7.05" 'Arrive Richmond ................................_ 6:00 p m all points West. '
Spring. Black Silk Coats Lake Citr................... 5.07" 8.16" Arrive Washington.. ..............................1100: p m At Ocala. with Florida Railway & Navigation .
Alpaca Baldwin.................... 6.30 10.55 Arrive Baltimore..................................?-12:35 am Company, and hacks, for Silver Spring.
The Government.. Arrive Jacksonville................ 7.15 11.58 Arrive Philadelphia..................................3:45 a m At Astor, with St. John's River steamers, for
I Arrive New: York_...................................6:50: a m Jacksonville Sanford and way landings.
No. 2 makes close connection at River Junction Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville At Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake Eustis
And. New Styles in Seersucker Suits, with Louisville &Nashville trains from New Or- r and New York. Division of the Florida Son them Railway and
Mayor-James McGifu.MarshalStephen leans;; and from Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, boats on Lakes Harris and Eustis, for points on
Morris. Mont o='lery. Has through Sleeper from Mont- EAST FLORIDA EXPBESS.Leave Lakes.At .

1J6r.A gomery.No. Jacksonville.................................. 4:30 p m Pemberton's Ferry, with South Florida Rail-
Clerk-George E. Wolff. BAEGAIN.- 10 makes close connection with trains from Arrive Jacksonville..................... .........11:30 a m road, for Lakeland, Tampa, Kissimmee, Bartow,
Assessor-John Stays. Montgomery North, and, has Sleeper from Leave Callahan.....;................................. 5:14 p m Orlando, Sanford Tuckertown, and Fort Dade. ;
t".ollector-Olh-er S. Oakes. DeFuniak Springs Arrive Callahan....................................?10:46 a m O. W. BROMWELL,
Treasurer-Thomas Kydd. Leave Waycross.... ................................. 7:30 p m General Passenger Agent. I s
Board of Aldermen G. Ii'. Presi- STRAW AND FUR HATS Arrive Waycross.......... ........................... 8:25 a m A. C. CO WAN, I
Avery. SOUTHERN. DIVISION.. Leave Gainesville..... ........... .................. 3:50 p m General Traveling Agent. .
dent; G. Stark, R. E. Robinson/Dorsey, Leave Lake City............... .................... 3:45 p m SHERMAN CON ANT,
lleuben Walker. MacDonald, Wilker-- GOING SOUTH'. .1"07. 'Not. No. 3. 1"0.19. I Leave Live Oak......................._.............. 7:10 p m I General Manager.
son, P. Kelly, Charles II. Berg. Men's Boys' Ladies' and Misses' Lv Fernandina. 10.1OAM 4.10PlII Leave Thomasville............. -.. ...............11:15pm .
Standing committees of the Council : Callahan..... 11.30 '"_ 7.25 Arrive Albany.......................................... 1:30 a m i

On Finance Laws and Ordinances Lv Jacksonville .1L45A3t 8.45pl\I............ Arrive Montgomery via Central R R......- 8-00 a m
; on on Arrive Mobile via L & N R R ................. 2:10: p m
Mules ; on Printing on Taxes and Licenses: 'I Baldwin...... 12.50pl\112.30 10.00",. 9.30pl\1 Arrive New Orleans via L & N R R.:....... 7:30 p m
G. Stark, Chairman;, Aldermen Berg and GAITBR SROES H B AND SLIPPERSrVMERELLBS t Highland... 1.Z7" 10.57 Arrive Nashville via L & N R R............... 7:10 p m
Robinson. Lawtey-...... 1.43' /11.16't., Arrive Louisville via L & N R R.........?... 2:25 a m I IEA FOAM
On Streets and Drains Public Improvements 1 .". Starke ......... 2.o.t" No.ll. 11.42 i. :\0.21. Arrive Cincinnati via L & N R R............. 6:35 a m
; on 1I I Waldo .......,.. 2.45" 2.4jPH; 12.30 AI 't15AM Arrive St. Louis via L & N R R-..........?... 7:40 a m
and Li..htinO'8tree
on Lamps
; Lv Gainesville_ 3.30 ", 6.25 Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand
; on City Property; on Scavenger ..... u
Archer... 4.20 8.20 St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, Montgomery
Work: P. Kelly, Chairman, Aldermen, "Bronson.......' 9.10 't and Nashville. ALL FIRST-CLASS
Stark and Robinson. TRUNKS] SATCHELS. Cedar Key... 'f 14.50" 'f 12.25 PM
AND EXPRESS.

:On Fire Department; on Police: Charles'' ; .. :. Lv.. Hawthorne 3.25 PMI" 1.37 AM" Leave Jacksonville.JACKSONVILLE................................. 9:30 p m Storekeepers floWkeep it for Sale
H.; Berg, Chairman., Aldermen Walker andWilkerson. Citra............ 3.57 2.24 Arrive Jacksonville................................. 8:05 a m
: Silver Spring 4.42 Leave Callahan........ ..............................1020 p m
On Poor; on Cemetery ; on Wharves and Aod a great variety; of other goods] too Ocala........,. 4.57 3.37 Arrive Yl a)'cross ...................... ...............12:35 a m
numerous to mention., Wildwood.... 6.o.t" 5.14 ................ j
Slips: R. E. Robinson Chairman, and Aldermen Arrive Albany via B & W R R. 5:30 a m .
'I Leesburg... 6.37" 5.52 ................ 9:40 bi
Thankful for past favors; Arrive Macon via Central R R n m i
Berg and Ar Tavares........ 7.00 6.30
Dorsey.
Arrive Atlanta via Central R R...._.......? 1:3.1 p m
M. DOWNEY. No. 7 is through train from Fernandina to Tav- Arrive Jesup ..........:.............................._ 2:15 a m }
I E T V & G R R..._ 6.00 a m PowderIN
ares, connecting at Callahan with Fast Mail from Arrive Brunswick via Baking )
For Rent. Fernandina, April 10, 1886. the East, at Baldwin with train'from Jackson- Arrive Macon via E T, V & G R B............ 8:30 a m
The store recently occupied by Funke's ville, and also No. 10 from all points on Western Arrive Atlanta via E T, V & G R R........12:03 n'n
Dry Goods Emporium on Centre street. Division; at Waldo with No. 11 for Cedar Key Arrive Cincinnati via Cin South'n R'y.._? 6:50 a m
G. STARK. and at Tavares with Tavares, Orlando and Atlan- Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir Buffet THE MED.TO I I
Fcrnandina ,' .' '. tic train for Orlando. Caes via Waycross, Albany\and Macon, and via .
Fla. 14th 1886.
May No. 3 is train from Jacksonville to Tav-
,. ; '. through Waycross,Jesup and Macon,between Jacksonvilleand
\. I I.I". ; ,". '!" l .: fr. ares, connecting at Baldwin with evening train Cincinnati. Also, through.Passenger Coaches -
/I ; .r
: from Fernandina, and at Tavares next morning between Jacksonville and Chattanooga,via Al-
Notice. ....:-"\" "- '-" ". ."(..... / <.... with Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic train for Orlando bany: and Jacksonville and Cincinnati via Jesup. PARENTS. i
The City Tax Collector's office will beat E. ; connecting at-that point with South Florida .
0. Friend's train for Tampa and.intermediate-points. This SAVANNAH EXPBESS. Many baking powders are very pernicious <
store. Third and Centre streets, .. train carries Sleeper through from Jacksonvilleto Leave Jacksonville .............. .....?..........9:30 p m to health and while every one regards his
until further notice. 0. S. OAKES, ". Orlando. Arrive Jacksonville................................. &05 a m own,he should also have a care for the tender
Collector. .' : 'u.(4.'i'.'';;'' Leave Callahan...._............................?.10:20! p m ones-the little children.
Fernandina, Fla., April 14, 1886. ,',, GOING NORTH No. 1! No. 4.LvTavares Arrive Callahan....................................... 7:0o a m
........ 7.20 8'1 8.05PlIl Leave Gainesville.........._........?..?......... 3:50: P 111 SEA FOAM'
: Leesburg._.... 7.47" I' 8.52 Arrive Gainesville ..........................._...... 9:35 a m
Atlantic Pavilion : -. ; : : Wildwood.I 8,16'. 9.45'" Leave Lake City..........................._........ 3:45: ; p m contains none of the bad qualities of baking
,tON I., Ocala':........ 'I 9.20 11.25 Arrive Lake City....?........-...........-........10:00 a m powders! -soda or saleratus. It contains 80
-.1 < .;' t J. JL: j- Silver Spr'g, 9.33" ............ Leave Live Oak..:.................. ...:.."............ 7:10 p m hurtful ingredient-no alum or ammonia.SCIENTIFIC. .
J' < Citra ......... 10.17" 12.47 Alii. Arrive Live Oak................................-.... 6:15 a m,
AMELIA BEACH. .., ....., Hawthorne? 10.49" No.12.. 1.37" No.I_)') Arrive Thomasville......?..............?........ 7:50 a m
.-' : Arrive Albany .................._......_...."........11:50 a m .
''. Lv Cedar Key... 7.15AM.' 2.00PH Arrive Montgomery via Central R R:....._ 723 p m .
:-. Bronson_... 9.10 4.50 Arrive Nashville via L & N R R..... ....... 7:10 a m All Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam
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This favorite Restaurant and RefreshmentSaloon f ,;. ;' Archer........ 9.40 Y'j. ,5-50 Arrive Louisville via L& N R R .........._ 2:20 p m commend it. Housekeepers who have used it
.. '. Gainesville.. f 10.35" 8.45 ,Arrive Cincinnati via L & N R R....__... 6:35 p m will have no other. Cooks, whose best efforts
on Amelia's famous, beach, is now !'. +. .' Lv Waldo.......,11.35 A3t,112.5: ,, ..J2.30AI 10.00 Arrive St. Louis via L& N R R.....?..:?_. 8:00 p m have failed with other powders.are labor jubilant
:: : .g: as: : .4 ............ .......... over Sea Foam. Saves- me,saves ,saves
'' : Starke......... 12.20PMi X3.00 Arrive Waycross :......-...: ? 12:35 a m, .
open for the 'season, after 'havinginde; Lawtey_...... 12.40 335 Arrive Brunswick via B & W R R............ 7:40 a m mItoneyisposltivelynnequaled. .
Absolutely
-'" ...... .. l. vfJ'ue' ". highland... 12.56 (1.No..6. .3.55" No. 20. Arrive Jesup _........,__.......?.......?........... 3:13 a m : the hotels and restaurantsin pure.Uocd
pone a thorough renovation. The'best 'of Baldwin._... 1.40 1.5OPM 5.00", .5.00Alll Arrive Savannah_....??.?......................... 6lo a m New by York leading and the country.For .
.. Jacksonville ...._...... 2'35 5.50 .. ......... Arrive Charleston;.............?......._.......?_12o5 p m sale all city first-class throughout
Callahan..... 2.45" 8.10 Arrive Wilmington ................ .-...:......... 8:30 pm by grocers.
service '
at all times at reasonable rates. : : ? ::f i 1 :::> Ar Fernandina.. 10.10 Arrive Richmond.?.....?........?.............:. 5:48 p m
4.00"I
I Arrive Washington ?...................?...._.:.10:30 a m GANTZ, JONES & CO.,
r p ALBERT/GIAIBEB.: ; r :: :. No. 8 is through tram from" Tavares\ to Fernandina Arrive Baltimore -...................,.?..-.._..-12:05 p m
-.r. 18 o '. it.t. ; connecting at Tavares with Tavares, Orlando Arrive Philadelphia-.........................-" 2:37 p II1 176 Duane St., JV. :Y.THE
Fern,.ndina, Fla.: )lY'is't, 18S6. ;' < .; ::;, :. &;Atlantic train from Orlando: at Wildwood Arrive New York ......................?..;?........ 5:30: p m
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MIRROR. Our Home Warriors. '. The City(Council. -

THEFLORJD4 WHAT THE FERNANDINA'- VOLUNTEERS ABE CALLING t IN THE i OUTSANDING BONDS.

Il.OtJ..t, ,YEAR; fJ.OO FOR SIX MOXTHS DOING-THE PABLO ENCAMPMENT._ ,- Th4 rdoC..Alderueu..m ec-'In'Wednes:' $O E T 'SUE GOOD 1j ,I

Under:-'the' "atlc' "oiroraand'. iMCaptain day evening last. the. I following Aldermen.

Beft ecttorts.r. Randolph the Fernandina Volunteers, recently : being present: Gi: F.'Avery, president, and I

., -- organized in our city, are making excellent :Messrs., Stark, Robinson, Dorsey, Wilkinson

%" Rev. Dr. Weller. of Jacksonville, will progress in their drill practice and and Berg.. ... '. -

i officiate in St. Peter's Church on Sunday. the members are ,taking a great interest in The following. bills It. were ordered paid: -

G The Misses Upham left for Boston via the the work! There has been a full attendanceat Stephen Morris, marshal l,pay for 1\1ay.$35 00 We invite attention to the following seasonable goods :
days. It Newton Bradley, police;pay for May.. 25 00
the drills during the. ten
past
+ ,Mallory steamship San Antonio yesterday
3P Chas. McRory, I>oUc.e.--.. 12 50 ICE CREAM FREEZERS-The "White. Mountain" and/Gem\ ,'" triple
t morning. has been decided by the company to purchase S. Cook, police, pay for May...;;........t25 00 .jot.. ,
a fatigue uniform and accept the invi- A. Reynolds special police. 1 25 motion. & :- .
i Deputy Collector T. L. Stewart was a passenger .
tation to attend the encampment at Pablo. ,H. Bell special police.. 1 25
the San Antonio for New York*,
du on WATER COOLERS-All sizes. .
Geo. Wolff, city clerk salary for May 25'00 .
Beach on July 5th. It is expected that military 4
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$*" Thursday.Mr. James McGiffin fixing l locks, etc., in
J. H. Thomas, treasurer of the Flora companies from different parts of the I council I room. 1 50 REFRIGERATORS Various styles and prices, at our Furniture Store,
State will participate, and a very pleasanttime G. F. Avery, buggy for use of street
ida Railway & Navigation Company, has returned i is expected. One or two days will be committee, inspecting road and on Centre Street. ; .
from his trip North. bridge to Old Town. 100 '
devoted to the celebration. The home com- FRUIT, JARS-Masou's: all sizes. ; ;'
R. E. Robinson ....... 4 00 ; : /
The schooner Ida Lawrence was cleared pany proposes to drill four times per week Chas. K. Berg, money.advanced poor 6.00E. .. .-, .'

yesterday from Calico Hill for the North .during the present month Iond<\y. Tues O. Friend, provisions to poor......... 8 00 MONITOR OIL STOVES-Superior to all others. ; ,<: ....A;:>,;:. "

with railroad ties by Mr. .H H. Linville. day, Thursday and Friday nights at 8 A bill, of John Thomas, for board to a .i' ,>;,: : .'. "

Three hundred and sixty hands were o'clock standard time-so as to make as poor family, was. !referred to the Committee

;$' working on the track between the drawbridge good a showing as possible at the encamp- on Poor for adjustment.

; t and the city on Wednesday. ment. If the enthusiasm at present displayed Mayor McGitfin reported that he had collected -

Y Captain Ed. N. Stone of the steam-packet by the members continues, the company since April $32, fines in the policecourt' IN nUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT

Marttia, left with his .wife for New Jersey I will soon make a record to be proudof. for which: he presented the treasurer's'

; Thursday evening by the Mallory steamshipSan All persons having rifles belonging to receipt. .The. report: was%'ordered- filed.

Antonio. the company are requested to turn them Alderman Stark, pnerea\the following-

over to the quartermaster Sergeant Jones. olution,.which was adopted :
The schooners Florence Leland and Florence WHEREAS. The City Council of Fernan- We have all, the Seasonable Goods, both for the Household and for Pic-
Rogers arrived in port this week with Sad Death Little Girl.
of a dina has made and provided for an ample
steel rails for the Florida. Railway & Navi Little Virginia L., the eldest child of Mr. fund to pay all the. remaining outstanding nics, Excursions, etc.

gation Company. Dan foreman of the at the passed due bonds of the city, and said fund
Ellis foundry
being now fully available; BUTTER, LARD and CHEESE kept cool and hard in our Mammoth
All the rolling stock of the Tavares, Or- railroad machine shops, met accidentallywith Therefore be it resolved. That the holders of

lando & Atlantic Railroad were changed at a sad death on Sunday afternoon last. the said bonds are to be notified by the City Refrigerator. I .:

: the shops of the Florida Railway & Navigation Mr. Ellis lives on Sixth street, a little :, Clerk in the Florida Mirror that they pre- '. :.; .

Company here.. beyond the city limits, in a cottage nearly sent Council their bonds for auditing to the'and Finance settlement Committeeof and Everything at bottom prices. .-. 'l:\ ,;. .. <'siii, ,,;

We-have received an anonymous commu- opposite the new two-story house now being that notice be given to holders of such bonds::

nication signed, "A Friend to Both Parties,*' erected by him. On Sunday afternoonlast that interest upon the same shall cease after .

anent the public school question. As the he was:: preparing, with his wife, to attend June 30, 1886.: /

writer failed to his name we must a funeral in the city and had hitchedhis Upon motion of Alderman Berg the First'
give us FRED W. HOYT & CO.
decline its publication horse-a veryspirited mare-to a post National Bank of Jacksonville was made

supporting temporarily the porch of the the depository for the city's fund.
Mrs. George R. Fairbanks, :Miss Sallie R. in h_._________ __
I little
building. The girl was sitting a -
Fairbanks, Miss Eva .L. Fairbanks and the "
rocking chair on' the porch awaiting her ,RWE. :. -- ----- -
of Fairbanks .
little grandchildren Major /
parents, when the horse became frightenedat /
I Port of' Fernandina.HIGH'WATER. .
left for Sewan, -Tenn., Thursday evening,
a sudden thunderclap and endeavoredto .
for the summer. '
break loose, and in the attempt tore down Saturday, June 5....*-..!,...10:14 A.M.- 10:42 P.M.
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All the passenger and baggage coaches, Sunday, 6..11:03.. 11:29" FRED W. HOYT &/ O.
the the
the .,
post, precipitating porch upon Monday, 7...........1l:56" 0:00
300 box and 100 flat cars, as well as all the child, killing it almost instantly. The Tuesday ..... 8............ 0:24 H 0:57"
locomotives that could be changed, have Wednesday,u 9............ 1:23" 1:59 ..
P child, a sweet girl of four years, was the Thursday u 10......::.... 2:25: 3:00 /
been narrowed to standard gauge during the darling of its parents, who are disconsolateat Friday, 11.....;;.....3:27 II 4:01" /
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week at the railroad shops. its untimely loss. They have the heart- ENTERED. /
Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dil wood. from Brunswick FFFFF U U RRRR NN N II TTTTT U / U RRRR' EEEEEF
The Board of Trade, at its meeting on felt sympathy of the community. The funeral '
Georgia, daily. F U UR R NN Nil T u R RE
Monday last resolved to memorialize Congress took place on Monday morning, and June 2-Steamship New York San freight Antonio and, Wilder, from to .. F U UR RNN NIl T /TJT UR REF

in reference to the proposed action of was largely attended by their sympathizingfriends. R. W. Southwick; agent.passengers. F U UR RNN Nil T.U R RE

the, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury .. Rev. Mr. Chandler officiated. May 28-Schooner Alice Hearn, Penniwell, Port FFFF" U U RRRR N N N II U U RRRR EEEEF
Royal; to J. Mizell & Bro., King's
UURRNXNIITU URRE
abolishing_the custom-house at this port. Ferry, to load for Philadelphia.
Teachers' Institutes.It 31-Schooner Three Sisters, Simpson, Beau- F U UR RN NNII/T U UR REF
The section gangs of the Western Divis- is the purpose and wish of the Florida : fort; to L..A. Davis & Bro., Orange F U U "R R N N N II T U R RE
ion, which have been assisting in the change I Bluff, to load for Philadelphia.June F UUU R R N N N II T UUU R R EEEEE
Railway& Navigation Company to issue low Schooner Florence Rogers, Adams, Phil-
ii of gauge on the Central and(Southern Di- adelphia; railroad iron; vessel to W. /
round-trip tickets from its stations to points
visions of the Florida Railway &; Navigation D. Wheelwright& Co.. /
where institutes are to be held. The General 2-Schooner Florence Leland, Adams, Phil
; company, were returned to their homes adelphia; railroad iron; vessel to W. /
of this road will
Passenger Department
&Co.
D. Wheelwright
on Thursday last. esteem it a favor if the superintendents, 44 SchoonerNellie: F. Sawyer. Arey, Phila- Ware-Room on Centre Street Westof Second. .
An honest parent in New London wrote delphia; ballast to Lewis A. Davis & _
teachers other authorized'persons. will
I, or Bro., Orange Bluff.'
this note to his little son's teacher: Please 44 Schooner D. D..Haskill Haskill, Provi- .
send it a list of its stations from which ,, .
ballast master. 2 .f.
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4; excuse Bthis p. m., as I would like to teachers will ,go to attend institutes and 41 Schooner dence;Samuel,McMannery to Philadel- / ,: .

Ar'' take him to the circus. Since older persons, also the places where the institutes are to be adelphia; to load at King's Ferry. ,-- -

like like to although the most CLEARED. '
myself, go held. Teachers should be furnished a certificate /
of us won't acknowledge it, I can't blame upon which the reduced rates' maybe I Steam-packet wick Thos., Georgia Collyer, daily., Dilwood, for Bruns- r .

him for wanting to go." secured. : June 2-Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder, .
for.New York; freight ,
Don't,forget that Dr. Snyder has removedhis I Ocean by R. W.Southwick, agent / THE ATTENTION ':
City. Minnie Abbe Plummer. Gerantauramo '
May 29-Brig :
dental rooms to his residence, on Sixth f ; : ,
I Cuba; lumber by W. D. Wheel- ,"
street, near Jacksonville. If you wish an AMELIA'S SUMMER RESORT BY THE SEASHORE. wright& Co. /
44 Lizzie Foster Hamilton /
29-Schooner Major, ,
elegant gold-lined dental plate, or a gold Surveyors are now at work laying out I Bermuda; lumber, by Wm. D. // OF -
' tooth crown, or any other first-class dental Ocean City, on Amelia Beach. As soon as Wheelwright & Co.
44 Schooner Nettie Langdon, for Perth Amboy.,
operation performed, don't go to Jackson- the town plat is surveyed a force of hands 44 4-Schooner Annie B. Hoffses, Hoffses, for

; ville or anywhere else with the expectation will level the ground. Lots arc now on sale. New York. ,

. of obtaining a better service, for you won't See advertisement elsewhere. VESSELS IN PORT. \\

get it. The Doctor can give you just as nice Schooner Schooner Florence Florence Leland Rogers,Adams.Adams. 111d((! H 0 USE K E E PER Shlll I

work as you can get in the State, and at a Mrs. Grundy Says Schooner D. D. Haskill, Haskill.
That the weather during the week cannot Schooner B. B. Woodside. Reed. ,
f greater saving to your pocket and feelings Schooner Alice Hearn, Penniwell.
than-you can, obtain elsewhere-and don't suit the most fastidious. Schooner Annie Trainer, Derrickson.
Schooner Annie B. Hoffses. Uoffses.Schooner '
That left the
lively party on
a pretty
fail to remember this, every one of you. Clara E.Berger, Cook. -IS CALLED TO THE-
Antonio this week; I Schooner Ida Lawrence,,..young.Mpde .

fl Opening of the Strathmore.The That the steamer was chock-a-block with .. "":r--- -

Strathmore, on Amelia Beach, will be passengers and freight. Bro's

f' opened about the 10th. The hotel will this That it is as impossible for some women to Wish to inform: the public that from this COMPLETE ASS02TMENT

season: be under_ the management of Mrs. T. repeat a statement without dressing it up a date they wilTmake Mondays their regular .
t W. ,Tomkies; of Gainesville. Mrs. Tomkiesis little as it is for them to give the half-cent ina special sales days,and will announce through
the columns of the Mirror the goods! to be '
t the wife of the Rev. Mr. T., at one time business transaction ; sacrificed on that day. OF -

a pastor:, of the Methodist Church here. That the above fact will account for manya Remember we are the leaders, and it
little scandal that finds itself floating makes us smile to see the lack of originality

Shipments from This Port. around this town so frequently.That .ia our followers.

During the past week I following shipments there is no reason why the American Respectfully, MODE BRO's,
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,fi were made from this port via the New eagle should not scream. We have had the Leaders of Low Prices.
CROCERIES
t York steamship line: nearest thing to a royal wedding that an Fk11t1L1
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I' .. Per steamship San Antonio, of the Mallory American can hope to attain ; Special Sales Day.
w Line, for New York, June 4-137,000 feet'I That while the honeymoon is oa it wouldbe ON MONDAY, JUNE 7TH, ONLY. 7TH
lumber, 159 cases cedar, 410 logs cedar, 47 Shadesat
ff a good time to pass those appropriationbills. 50 pairs Fancy Holland Window
barrels rosin, 16 barrels spirits, 100 packages .
'I $2.00.
$1.00 pair"worth
Grover won't veto a ythingwh-ile he per
; vegetables, 80 packages merchandise. 12i yards Fruit of the Loom,for$1.00. ='') -
is so happy. 20 yards White.Victoria. Lawn for $1.00.
. :) ; .The Beach Road. That with a change of. gauge we shall expect -, 50 pieces of Combination Seersucker at 18

: rd Owing' the change in gauge now being some of the contemplated railroad improvements cents yard; worth 25 cents ; thirteen yardsto

; I:: effected on the beach road, there will be no will be commenced in Fernan- suit.A .
line of Merrimac Cretonnes at 18 cents;
further traffic nor.any more tickets sold for dina; worth 25 cents.A N FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC )

1 I passage over, that line until Sunday next, That the improvements have been with- full assortment of Colors of All-Wool

I and possibly longer. Notice will be issued held so long that nothing short of something Bunting at 20 cents ; worth 35 cents.
Nun's Veiling at 12! cents; worth 20 cents.
when the traffic is resumed wellas
as '
agents. extensive will meet our expectations- ;, In all popular shades.. .

.to the'public through the columns of the Th.at'a beginning of any sort of permanentwork A line of Zephyr Shawls at $1.00 ; worth. -, -,WHICH WE ARE OFFERING ".

' Ita Mirror. in.town will quiet a feeling of uneasi- $1.75. '
.Gents' Linen Cuffs at $2.25 a dozen; worth
Not S. J. Dent, but his Brother. I..ness that exists in the community. 30 cents a pair.

k Last week the Mirror,. made the statement I MODE BBO'S. PRICES.
4 List of.Letters AT VERY LOW
that :Mr, .S. J. Dent, formerly manager of
Remaining in the post-office at Fernandina Fresh Florida ButterAt '
the Mansion House, had, met an untimely Nassau county, Florida, June 5th, 1886. WHITNEB & SCHUYLER'S.
death bydrowning., It'gi.ves. us only too Persons calling for these letters must say .

;t much'pleasure to correct this error., information advertised: Finest Tallahassee Butter, ,>
Aikens Amelia
Jones, Edward I
reached the reporter at a very Baker, Phibey Littleton, Carrie On.ice, at WHITNEK & SCHUYLER'S.
3 a1 late hour on Friday night. The authenticity Bowen, R J "' Lang,Maggie ,i .., .

'1. could.not be traced that night, and the pa- Blakeley, Sam. McCann, Fannie '.! viFor Bent, & SCHUYLER

.. per being printed early the next morning to Brodon. Emmer Millae, Council Duryees Cottage; seven :rooms,. with' bath' WHITNER ,
Colins L Miss Roberts H S
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cistern and all conveniences.
t catch the Jacksonville train it was learned room,
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Mrs J W' Robinson A J
Dorsey, Apply to WM. B. C. DURY, E.
3 too late that the statement was incorrect,it Farley W'H Smith, Capt Wm

4 ? being the brother of the gentleman'referred Gifford, Mrs Scott, GeorgeGallagher .

k to who was so unfortunate. Mr. S. J. Dent Travers Totis, Edward Clothing.Just NO. 47 CENTRE STREET. :
Gordan, W H Wilson,ThomasIra received a fine line of Youths' and .
left yesterday.on the Antonio to assume..hisr I Yake. Boys' Spring Clothing, fine goods. Prices -' _..._>"'" .

duties at the Argyle, Babylon, L. I. I S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. very low. J. & T. KYDD. ., ". =-"'-
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