Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. vin. FERNANDINA, FLA.., SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1886. NO. 29.

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GLADSTONE'S DEFEAT. lain. The, latter'paid no attention to ITEMS OF INTEREST. I I speech made straight for Herr Von, The Public School Question.To .

the derisive yells of the Irish con- Werner. Various members, how- the Editor of the Mirror: .
LENT OVER THE HOME RULE Lou BISHOP, who lives near Ben- I
EXCITE When Mr. Brand
tingent. an- ever, neatly buttonholed him on his In reply to the communication of Mr.
VOTE-PARLIAMENT TO BE nounced the result the pent-up excitement nington, Vermont, makes a living by I John Owens, in your last issue "'Justic ';'
till the artist had
safely retreated -
DISSOLVED. culminated in loud, long gathering spruce gum. Last winterhe way would say that, while admitting the perti-

LONDON, June 8.There is intense and triumphant Unionist cheers. gathered 600 pounds, which he before the Prince could catch up nency of the forced construction placed

excitement throughout the whole I The Conservatives, rank and file, with him. upon the words alluded to, yet they were
sold for $1 He insists
country over the outcome of the long' shouted themselves hoarse. Mr. I a pound., not intended to make any "insinuation as
The United States Fish Commissioner's
Parliamentary contest. The large- Chamberlain and Mr. Crane sat immovable. upon it that spruce gum is good for -I to the part taken by that gentleman in the

ness of the majority against the I The Ministers appeared the stomach, and advises everyone steamer Albatross has been I appointment of principal of Public SchoolNo.

home rule bill caused great astonish- resigned.The to chew it. doing exploratory work near the Ba- 1. Neither did "Justice" intend to re-

ment among the people. The resultof Parnellites waited patiently hamas, and the naturalists of her flect in any way upon Mr. Thos. E. Owens.

the division was telegraphed to for the Conservatives to exhaust their A SPECIAL committee on railroad staff have sent to the Smithsonian Assuming, from a previous notice in the

the Queen the instant it was known.Mr. strength, then en masse, at a con- axles has reported. that iron axlesare Mirror, that he bore the same name as his
some valuable collections of both
Gladstone rose this morning. certed signal, they set up a louder safer than steel' axles; that all sea father, he was designated as "the son of the

earlier than usual. During the fore- shout. A voice cried out, u Three cranks should have the webs and land life from that region. Superintendent. The true animus of the

had two-hours' conference Grand Old Man!F' and whole transaction is correctly surmised by
noon he a i cheers for the that iron cranks THE underground wire problem is
with Earl Rosebery, Foreign :Minister. : the House seemed to rise at the call. hooped; as appearto being speedily solved in Chicago.The a majority of the people in oar city. ft
fail after running some 200,000 was only the manner in which the
At two o'clock the Cabinet met i The Liberals and Parnellites vied in
miles and the after it wires are being fast buried, and ment was made to which "Justice" in com-
and, by unanimous consent, resolved I applauding the Premier, and the gal- steel 170,000,
to appeal to the country. They held' leries ,seemed to join in doing him is highly desirable that they shouldbe will all be down by winter; and, mon with been others objected. If dissensionshave

that \by resigning they would only. honor. The House appeared to be taken off and not again used on more significant still, the various cord" sown created in our and midst"the, let the seeds of dis

prolong and the acute : charged with electricity. A voice electric companies confess that the responsibility -
complicate passenger engines ; and that crank be placed where it justly belongs
terminatedby : cried "Three for Chamberlain
dispute, groans service is greatly improved by the upon those who constituted the Board of
/ axles properly constructed are as
the speedy dissolution of Parlia- !I" and a few responded. Public Instruction
change. on the day the appoint-
ment. :Mr. T. M. Healy (Nationalist) rose strong as straight axles.IT ment was made, and who evidently do not
Mr. Gladstone sent a special messenger -: in his and to makea
place \
The Land think the have
is reported in an August a, Ga. Grants. public any rights whateverin
to the Queen with He addressed himself
to-night a speech. to
BOARD TRADE the matter.In .
letter recommending that her Majesty the Premier and exclaimed: I ask newspaper that Sam Jones: is making GAINESVILLE FLA., June 7, 1886 J} closing his card, Mr. Owens says:

dissolve Parliament as the only you to remember Frederick Doug- money fast and investing ,it with At a meeting of the Gainesville Board of
As stated to "Justice" in
means to secure a stable government lass' words that-" Here the uproar care. He owns 'several farms near I Trade, held this day, it was the day after the last meeting conversation of the-

If the Queen does not exercise drowned Mr. Healy's voice. Cartersviile, and his house is theI I Resolved, That the proposed forfeiture by Board, I could under the circumstances,
her prerogative and summon Mr. Thomas Power O'Connor at Congress of the lands granted to the Florida take no part in the matter of appointment,
finest in.the town. His ridesin further than
family present of the
Lord Harrington to form a new ministry about the same time shouted: Rejoice Railway & Navigation Company is regardedby applicants. The Board names and perhaps several others

Mr. Gladstone on Thursday that the dictatorship of intrigueand a fine carriage 'drawn by good this board as not only injurious to the interests present on that occasion, will bear me out

will ask the House of Commons to incapacity is now ended! horses, and they do"say in Carters- of the State, but unjust to the rights in this assertion.T *

proceed with the supply bill, and; :Mr. Gladstone, in a voice scarcely ville that the first time Mrs. Jones of the said company. would But not for the insinuations"Justice." above named

will indicate the Queen's intentionto shaken by emotion moved to ad- Resolved. That copies of this resolution be
aired her she drove the
carriage by To this I reply, that Mr. Owens labors
dissolve Parliament at an early journ. For a few seconds a scene sent by the secretary to our Senators and
house of certain neighbor thirteen under a delusion in trying to fit his
a cap
Representatives Congress.B.
date. A final statement regarding was threatened, Mr. T. P. O'Connorand
times by actual count. A. COACHMAN, Sec. upon the wrong head. "Justice" has no
dissolution is not expected before Mr. Healy rising excitedly and axe to grind, seeks no "personal aggrand-

Monday.The addressing the House. The Speaker THE first town in Massachusetts to The East Florida Seminary.EAST dizement," has no "spirit of revenge" to

consensus of opinion is that refused to allow them to interfere raise transplanted oysters was Well- FLORIDA SEMINARY ) gratify, and expected no "pecuniary advan- i

Mr. Gladstone will dissolve Parlia- with the usual course. Members GAINESVILLE, FLA., June 8,1885.] tage" or political advancement to result
ment on the 28th instant. It is ex- began to leave amid discordant cries fleet, out on the tip of Cape Cod. To the Honorable the County Commissioners of from his communication in the Mirror. Ke '

pected that the elections will occupya against the dissentient Liberals., :It Forty 'years ago sixty" to eighty Nassau County: claims the inalienable right of every Amer-

month and that the two houses was a historical scene-the greatest thousand bushels, brought'from Vir- This open letter is addressed to you for ican citizen to criticise!! the actions of public

will assemble in the second week in since the,passage:of'the 'Reform Act ginia; were laid down annually to the purpose of calling, the attention of the officers. Mr. Owens did not state to "Justice" -
of 1832. of the members' citizens ofyour: county' to 'the right they
August. Many con- that he "took no part in the appoint-
fat for the Boston market in her
:Mr. Chamberlain ,has arranged to versed'in the lobby.for an hour after grow have of sending to this Seminary twice asmanyState ment further than present the names of the

-- "KoIoTJrmeetfnff'of 'followers to decide adjournment:. The ""largeness;of: "harbor." ,"*"*. By' : 1850U* Kf? *"'*-however r" > yrf,;,,the.busine"ss w students as.the'county has rep- applicants." The school'question has never ;
whether they shall act with the the majority 'surprised the :Liberal Had succumbedtocompetl-I: resentatives thelower! honse'of-theGen-' 'been discussed between-'nag and' I frankly'' ;

Harrington committee or as an inde- whips. A large crowd gathered out- tion, and was abandoned. Duringthe eral Assembly of the State of,Florida; and admit that he "took no part" in the matter. .

pendent political party. At present side the Parliament building. The present spring it has been revived also for the purpose of securing, as far as But when Mr. Owens endeavors'to wound :

5lr. Chamberlain favors the latter announcement of the result of the possible, some uniform 'system in the appointment another, his darts fall harmless at the feet .'

course. He expresses himself as division was received with cheers by the planting of 8,000 bush- of these students, both as to time of the gentleman against whom they were j '

confident of being able to retain his and groans. Mr. Gladstone went to els. The oysters once native to that and method. Your honorable body holds aimed, and whose Christian character and J

seat for West Birmingham. his room, where he remained for part of the coast were exterminatedin the appointing power, and I therefore respectfully gentlemanly deportment are guarantees that t ;

The National Liberal Federationhas some time. He then, accompaniedby colonial times. ask permission to make the following he would not stoop to do an underhand act. j };

prepared a manifesto to the elec- Mrs. Gladstone, left the House suggestions : The truth of the matter is, the action of

tors of Great Britain. It adopts and entered an open carriage. The THE Genesee river is surprising 1st. As to Time.-Let all appointments. be the Board will not bear the light. The appointment

home manufacturers its banks its made at your meeting in September. was made during the absence of
rule as the Liberal party plat- mob waited until the carriage passedout along by :
form in the coming election. The of the yard, then greeted the occupants increasing volume of water from year I' 2d. As to Method.-Let all appointmentsbe two or three members of the Board ; it was
Radical dissidents will made upon application presented in the made contrary to precedent and to the wishesof
organize a with ringing cheers and
to Some years ago, in com- form furnished this Seminary.3d. .
year. by
of it
Radical a majority our people. Why was
union with headquarters in The
some hooting. carriage was
mon with other streams of New York, As to Renewals.-Let all appointments done three months in advance of the speci-
Birmingham. The union's driven the mob
pro- rapidly, following,
be made each year. If an appointeeof fied time left to Per-
the water diminished and the mills we are conjecture. ,
gramme will include a large extension groaning and cheering. When it en- -
the previous wishes.to be reappointed of certain
year the author letter
haps a decoy
of self-government in Eng- tered Downing street the mob gave and factories that had depended on
second time the should be
a request inform that
us or maybe
can ; anonymous !
land, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, three cheers for Mr. Gladstone and it for power were obliged to use granted; but he should be required to make communication would throw some light !
coupled with control of all three for the of the '
supreme unity empire. steam. The Rochester Democrat says application for his reappointment.It upon the subject.
by the Imperial Parliament Mr. ---------
Chamberlain INTO SANTEE RIVER. that millers who have not used their is believed that the adoption of the In the meantime the attention of :Major I r
will be made president, above regulations will secure to all the youth Russell, State Superintendent of Public In- :
Jesse Collings and several wheels for years are getting back to r
secretary SIX LIVES LOST ON THE LINE OF THE of your county an equal chance to obtainan struction, is directed to the fact that "the
members of the present House of NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD. them, much to their financial ad- appointment, and will insure representation seeds of discord" are springing up in our

Commons vicepresidents.The CHARLESTON, S. C., June 7.The vantage. No explanation is given from your county every Seminary city,and the prospect is that they will attain

Conservatives and Whigs northward bound passenger train of forthis condition of the river.A session. The qualifications for admissioninto enormous proportions unless "nipped in the

everywhere made the day one of jubilee the Northeastern Railroad, which left the Seminary are as follows, viz : bud." JUSTICE.
bells bonfires BANK president of Columbus, The applicant must be 13 years old, if a June
ringing lighting here at 12 o'clock to-day, plunged Fernandina, Fla., 10,1S6.
firing cannon and singing "God through the Santee river trestle mid- Ohio, hired a plasterer to do a job, boy, and 12 if a girl. Must be able to read

Save the Queen." There is the way between St. Stephen's station stipulating that the man should forfeit intelligibly, write legibly, perform with rea- Nitrous Oxide as an An lJtheUc.

wildest enthusiasm among the Loy- and the Santee river bridge, smash- $15 for each day which should sonable facility the operation of addition, M. Laffont, in a recent communication to

alists in the North of Ireland over ing the coaches and killing six pas- substraction, multiplication and division in the Paris Societe de Biologic, stated that ;
the time in which the
the elapse over job arithmetic, and should have some knowl- '
defeat of the bill. Rockets were sengers. The killed are John L. Cole, nitrous oxide is a 'most dangerous anaes t

sent up at Coleraine, County of Lon- Dr. G. G. Kinloch, Wm. Inglesby, was to be done. 'The work lacked edge of primary geography.The thetic. He has since further prosecuted his ;

donderry, last night, announcing the and Miss Mclver, of Charleston; Miss half a day of being done when the State law requires that in all cases experiments; and at a subsequent meeting
of suitable
result of the vote to the adjacent CE. McWhite, of Marion, and Miss plasterer, who is a 'National Guardsman preference be given to applicants confirmed his previous statements. He has
who will to teach in the
towns, and soon the news""a.s known Hannah Wilson,residence unknown. ordered his qualifications agree found proof that nitrous oxide is not an
was accompany schools of the State.
throughout Ulster. Ten thousand Conductor B. G. Mazcyck and Mail public anaesthetic, but an asphyxiating agent, as
Cincinnati aid in should be who is not
to to No appointed
Loyalists paraded at Lurgan this Agent F. W. Renneker were badly regiment sup- one MM. Jolyet and Blanche have proved.
of the school. Persons are
morning in honor of their victory. injured. The cause of the accidentis pressing the threatened riots. He sure and hold- When this agent is used by dentists to pro
often appointed who by accepting
Dispatches from Ireland state thatat not yet known, but it is supposedto went like a good soldier, and as soon ing the appointment debar others from the duce anaesthesia, hyper lyc mia and glyco- .i
Belfast Londonderry Lurgan have resulted from insecure fast- suria result. M. Laffont has verified these
as he got home finished the job ; but privilege and yet make no use of it them-
Armagh and other towns the Loyalists ening of a rail in changing the gauge. the banker held him to the bargainand selves.I phenomena by personal experience. He
have been stoned during their As soon as news of the accident that if appointmentshave has also ascertained that in animals these
parades and demonstrations. deducted $10 on account of the respectfully suggest results take place before anaesthesia duringthe
reached this train
city a special was already been made, you require the
time ]lost in defence of law and order. period of deep breathing.-London Medical -
The scene in the House of Com- despatched in charge of Superintendent appointees to comply with these regulations.Your .

mons early this morning was one Royall, with Dr. Ancrum., for The fact that the plasterer was poor county had no representative duringlast Record, February 15th, 1886.

never to be forgotten. The Housewas the relief of the wounded and to man, and had been out of work all session.

crowded from floor to ceiling. bring back the'dead. The extent of Your obedient servant, List of Letters
winter had effect the bank
no upon in the at Fernandina
The Peers' gallery was filled to over- the damage to the property of the EDWIN P. CATER.Superintendent Remaining Nassau county, Florida post-office, June 12th 1886. I

flowing. In the ranks of spectatorsstood company has not been ascertained president. E. F.-S. Persons calling for these letters must say

many foreign ambassadors.The yet. The wreck is so serious that no WHILE Bismarck,in the debate on advertised:
full northern bound train will be sent Second Congressional District ,Con- Barrow Kennett Jenkins Mag
strangers' galleries were to the Schnapps Monopoly bill in the BrownE B Jones, Francis
suffocation. :Mr. Gladstone rose to out to-night. A train with the dead vention., Bruce, George Jenkins. Martini
speak at 11:30 p. m. and finished at and wounded will arrive here this I German Reichstag, was urging his It is proposed, we learn, to hold the Con- Dye, Ernest King, James,

1:07. The Speaker forthwith put the evening. I cause with his accustomed vehemence gressional Convention for this district at Fellows,John Quinn, E K
Frisbee. James ,Nancy
!question Messrs. Morley and Majorioanks -_ A YOUNG LADY, singing a senti- ,, the President of the Berlin Ocala. The selection of that enterprisingyoung Field, F I Leblanc. Jeffrey S R
were appointed, tellers for the mental romanza,,displayed not only Academy, Herr Von Werner, was : city for the place of holding con- I Ferster,Anny Lang, Eneler
vention is, we think, judicious ; and we Green, EmmaIcCaU,Artha
and Messrs. Brand and Caine
for extraordinary talent, but a set of smuggled in among the members, know that Ocala will receive the convention Hagins, Elsy Taylor, Joseph
the nays. enormous teeth. "Ah," said a lady and sketched him in the and entertain the delegates hand- Huber, Emer White, Mariah
rapidly : cordially ,
At Emma
1:15 Levi ,
the members filed out. auditor to her husband "what a Higgins. Young
heat of oration. the somely. Herbert, Robert Whiloms. James
Way Suddenly _
was made for Mr. Gladstone. grand organ !" "Perfect!" rejoinedthe Held for Postage-LeContilliar Brothers.

The Irish members cheered* the Premier husband, "even to the keyboardin Prince caught sight _of the artist,- Finest Tallahassee Butter Held for Better Directions-L.P.Gorge.S.T.RIDDELL.P.M..

and howled at Mr. Chamber- her mouth." and directly he had finished his On ice, at WHITHER & SCHUYLER'S. .






ILOVE, ,YOU parently regarded as quite' out of the I swells,' and that'his coat was shabby. committed. trial on a charge of I lordship's habit of travel had renderedhim
question. But yet Hilda Dulcimerwas He arranged ,with you when he went robbing his employers by means of a little forgetful of the exigenciesof
'! ,She And climbed softly whispered upon my,,unto willing l me knee, not disheartened, and for four away, you may remember, to call forgery. *" I polite society. In fact, to be late
4 *'I Jove you.:' seasons, she patiently angled and himself Trower-my maiden name. God '''help us all," she ejaculated, for dinner was an idiosyncrasy of his
waited.At That was the name he gave." in anything but a pious tone.II What :which excited very: little surprise.
Her dainty arms were round my neck the Thank for that Then !I" Hilda would have
Her satiny curls were in my face; length there appeared upon goodness' a fearfully shocking thing enjoyed herself perfectly -
Lord Lexicon the servants nothing," said "He is innocent reiterated the but for
And in her tender eyes I saw scene a young nobleman! suspect vague ,apprehensions on
The soul of innocence and grace. who had recently inherited his ,Hilda, more amiably. Mother, you' poor mother, in tears. her mother's account. It may be that
And like a sunbeam gliding through title quite unexpectedly. He had must promise never breathe' a 'wordto Innocent !" repeated Hilda, with she felt a twinge of remorse, when she
i The clouds that hide the skies of blue, served'as 'a lad, in the navy; of late any one about having a'son in :Eng- an expression which; could he have glanced at the poor old lady's bloodlessface
1 Her smile found' access,to my heart. years had gained rather a reputation land." seen it, would have been a wholesome and tremulous hands. She saw
the shadows all
And bide depart.Oh '
s as an intrepid traveler and sportsmanin "My dear child-" revelation to Lord Lexicon.cc A't that her mother was in a condition of
moment of apocalypse, far countries. He had:been absent Mother,.you must consider 'me," least, 'he ,is committed "for trial. I .nervous tension and suppressed excitement -
That In which erstwhile I saw sailed the stately away ships from,me, from England nearly five years when interrupted Hilda.II If this were suppose that means something more, -which, might culminate in a
. Come riding back across the sea; the news of his good fortune broughthim known, Lord Lexicon's family, and than suspicion." sudden attack of illness.
I would you might return and stay home to assume the:position and others who are jealous of me, might There was a long and painful pause, When dinner was over, but before
Gi Within my lonely, heart alway. responsibilities of a member. the make mischief, and ruin everything. during which Mrs. Dulcimer sobbed, the ladies had left the table, the door
t God bless the darling little child Upper House, and one of. the largest What is Tom's address ?" while Hilda bit her, lip till the blood opened and Lord Lexicon appeared.
Who looked up in my face and smiled landed properties in the :Midlands.He :Mrs. Dulcimer gave it somewhat started, as she reflected with knitted "Beg your pardon, duchess; awfully
And More wrought sweet than upon songs my of heart Israel.a spell was a frank, open, unsophisticatedyoung unwillingly, and half an hour later brows. sorry, duke !" he cried, in his impetuous -
man'-:somewhat simple-minded, the famous beauty, closely veiled, I knew it would come to, this," fashion, as he took the vacant! chair
!II Oh.That angels, listen will make while her I pray life as. sweet perhaps, but by no means a fool. His alighted in a dingy back street in the ,Hilda said at length, gloomily. What next to Hilda and gently squeezed her
As that you brief moment was to me, return caused rather a flutter of excitement neighborhood of:Marylebone, and made a blessing I never told Lord Lexicon." hand. Don't have dinner up for me.
Whene'er I heard her lips repeat, among aristocratic mothers of her way up three pair of stairs to her "I suppose you must tell him I had something eat while I dressed."
I" _"I.love you, marriageable daughters,for,with a'few brother's aerial{retreat. now.?" said her mother, nervously. A nice way of coming out to din-
HILDA- --DULCIMER.- almost hopeless exceptions, he was the Her purpose; which she had con-: ""What !" cried Hilda, with Undisguised ner !I" laughed the duke.
.: most desirable husband of the season. cealed from her' mother, was to insist ,' amazement. "I will tell you what kept me," said
:Miss Dulcimer was a fashionable Their anxieties'were, however, of short upon her brother Tom returning I think he should be told," said Lord Lexicon, in a loud and distinct
v" Iteauty. Her photograph was in all duration, as from the moment of his whence he came. To effect this, she : Mrs. Dulcimer, uneasily. It will tone, for the old duke at the head of
the shop-windows, and for several sea- introduction to her, Lord Lexicon,ap- relied partly upon her strong will and ',come out. Of course you and I must the table was a little deaf. "When I
sons she had excited universal homage.and peared to fix 'his affections upon the the influence she used to possess over support this boy through his troubles.We was in Mexico, about two years ago, I
admiration. She was a strikingly beautiful Miss Dulcimer, and began to the lad, and partly upon a bribe' of a must decline all invitations.for the chummed for awhile with a very nice
handsome girl, fairly accomplished, pay her the most marked and assiduous hundred or even two hundred pounds. I"present. young Englishman, who saved my life
and clever beyond the conception of attentions. With her knowledge of the prejudicesof Mother, are you mad !" cried at the risk of his own. Well, I lost
most of her friends. For she affecteda This proceeding was by no means the aristocracy, and the precarioushold Hilda, almost with violence. Tell sight of him,,and it appears he came
stately and dignified repose of manner approved of by the young lady's ene- she had at present attained over 'Lord Lexicon,! Refuse invitations over to England a short time back and
;i which suggested a languid temperament ,mies and rivals. She had many of Lord Lexicon's affections, she did not Why, mother, we must do nothing, got into trouble. Quite by accidentI
; whereas, in fact, :Miss Dulcimer the former, unfortunately, and not a deem any pecuniary sacrifice within I either of us, to give any one the least found out to-day that he was to be
$r owed the prominent position few of the latter. Lord Lexicon received her power too'great,for the advantageof : suspicion of this awful business." tried for forgery at the Surrey Ses-
which she occupied in society entirelyto several friendly warnings regarding getting an inconvenient brother out It was:Mrs. Dulcimer's turn to give sions."
her own energy and force of character. the object of his affections; he of the way at:this crisis in her life. way to a display of temper now, and "For what ?" inquired the Duke,
Her mother, a widow lady of was told that she was heartless, that It soon transpired, however, that the poor, meek-spirited lady astonishedher with his hand behind his ear.
good family, would have preferred to she painted, that her hair was false, Tom Dulcimer had developed a will of daughter by her resolute bearing. "Forgery. A young fellow, mind
live quietly and unostentatiously upon that her gowns were not paid for ; in his own also. The meeting between Hida, she said, could decide for herself you," cried Lord Lexicon, waxing eloquent -
her moderate income in some sleepy fact, his love was put to the severest brother and sister can hardly be de- the propriety of concealing the, matter with indignation, who is as honest -
at provincial town, would/have been tests ; yet such was this young noble- scribed as effusively affectionat. The' from Lord Lexicon, but for her part ,as the day is long, and would no
i quite content to see her daughter mar- man's infatuation that he utterly disregarded fact was that the recollection of his she was determined to be loyal to her, more commit/a crime'than, you would,
ried to a curate, or any worthy young the advice that was tenderedto abrupt dismissal from England on son. Hilda found it necessary to" duke. would have pledged my rightarm
man she honestly loved. But Hilda ,him, and took the earliest oppor- very slight grounds, at his sister's in- abandon vehemence and insistance, ," he added, bringing it down witha
Dulcimer had far different ideas from tunity of asking Hilda Dulcimer to be stance, still rankled in Tom's mind, and to adopt plausible arguments to bang upon the table, that he was
these. She had been ambitious from a his wife. which was further prejudiced, by the bring her mother, round to her views. innocent."
child, and had early realized that'she "Mother: I am to be Countess of artless and touching complaints of She feigned to believe that her brother What is his name?" inquired some
': could command the homage of the 'Lexicon," 'exclaimed Hilda, a few' Hilda's tyranny and selfishness which was,innocent, and pointed out that to one.
kf, other sex. She was no less romantic, minutes after the momentous inter- his mother's letters'to him for some draw attention to his unfortunate po- "Trower, he calls himself; and
perhaps, than most young girls; but in view, with the,nearest approach to ex-, years past had contained. Hilda, on sition, from which he would, doubtless, would you believe it," cried Lord
all her daydreams the ideal lover was citement and enthusiasm that she had her part, remarked, with disgust that be honorably acquitted, would be a Lexicon, with a fresh outburst of in-
invariably possessed of an immense ever manifested.The ,her brother's hands,were not as white mistaken policy. It cost the astute dignation, "his lawyer told me that
*;; estate, a town mansion, and a box at old lady murmured her con- 'and soft as they might have been, that young lady an hour's serious talk and he has relatives, near relatives, living
the opera. In a word, :Miss Dulcimerhad gratulations, and, wiped away a tear his manners were suggestive of the remonstrance to overcome her mother's here in London, who have all kept
always been ambitious making' with a tremulous hand. It was evident -. ,rough life he had led, and, in short, scruples, but in the end;she triumphed.Poor aloof from ,him because they hadn't
a brilliant marriage, and in due course however, that she was preoccu- ,that he was not quite a presentable old Mrs. Dulcimer was plastic as -the,pluck to ,staqd by him. Imagine
she.deliberately set,to work to effect pied and uneasy, and, her ,daughtersaid member; of society.: 'r : clay'_in the. hands of her beautiful a poor.fellow.in his position being deserted -
'' ,her purpose. sharply : ,It seemed :to be Tom's humor to daughter, and she ended by reluctantly by his nearest and dearest\"
f She induced her mother to take a What is the matter, mother ?" 'affect a deference and awe of his sister consenting to humor Hilda's wishes.It "Not his parents, surely !I" exclaimed -
pill-box of a house near Park Lane, in ", I have a surprise for you, my love which he did not feel, and Hilda, would be useless to attempt to describe the Duchess.
.an exceedingly unhealthy situation, -some good news," said her mother,' throughout the interview, had an un- the agony of' mind which the His parents !rVen, his father is
backing on to a mews. The rent was doubtfully., comfortable suspicion that he was poor mother endured during the next dead, and his mother, poor lady, seems
1., "" ruinous, and the rooms were small and "What is it?" jesting with her. .He politely but few days. In; addition to suspense and 'to have done what she dared for him,"
it stuffy, but, as Hilda, pointed out, the Dear Tom has come home." firmly declined to give up his situationand anxiety on her son's behalf, she was said Lord Lexicon, in a; gentler tone.
locality was undeniably fashionable.She "What, my brother ?" return to Buenos Ayres, but he compelled by her daughter to go into "As far as I could gather is a sister
proved, too, that a brougham and To account for the somewhat un- raised no difficulty about consenting to society and wear a smiling mask over who is to blame. From all accounts,
a dignified man-servant were absolutely pleasantly harsh tone in which the, keep in the background. her woe. Hilda was relentless in allowing this young lady must be absolutely
i indispensable adjuncts to the establishment young lady uttered this exclamation, it "Don't you fear, Hilda," he said, her mother no peace even to heartless and selfish."
w and completely destroyed her' must' be explained that Tom Dulcimer, giving her a brotherly salute as they brood over her sorrow. The beautywas Amid t.he'expressions of surpriseand
mother's peace of mind compelling her younger brother, had shown distinct parted, "I won't trouble the noble haunted by a morbid fear that indignation which this recital elic-
her to keep up appearances far beyondher symptoms of being a ne'er-do- swell you are going-to marry, nor you anything in the least degree unusualin ited, Hilda Dulcimer, whose embar-
means. But though the poor old well. It is true that he had done either. Only \when, you are turned off the conduct or bearing of her mother rassment only betrayed itself by a
lady lived in a state of abject terror of nothing t.o. disgrace himself or his ,I shall merge from,my obscurity and and herself would give rise to suspic- becoming flush upon her cheeks, stole
bailiffs and creditors, Hilda contrivedthat family, for at 17 he had been packed live with mother. That's understood.'' ions which might ruin her hopes. She ah anxious glance at her mother. Mrs.
she should not be molested. Her 'off to the 'Colonies through the influ- Certainly, Tom," said Hilda, smi- kept a very strict watch upon her Dulcimer was staring eagerly at the
success in the highest and most select ence of ,his sister, who foresaw the inconvenience ,ling graciously|ind; endeavoring not to mother, but in spite of her vigilance, speaker with distended eyes, her face
circles of society was immediate and of having a near relativein evince disgust $ the odor of tobacco the poor lady contrived to visit her deadly pale, her frame rigid."I .
enduring. In many little ways which England with Master Tom's reck- which his embrace imparted. When son in his cell and convey to him the pitched into Trower for not send-
her friends did not suspect, she turned' less proclivities. She had never ceasedto ,I'm married my husband shall obtaina comfort of her loving sympathy. This 'ing for me,'' continued Lord Lexicon,
this to account. Her gowns cost her congratulate herself upon the wis- post for you." and the finding of funds, by secretly "but it appears he did not know me
nothing; her milliner's bill took the dom of this precaution. "" '\Vait'till I ask, my girl, that's all," pawning her jewelry, to retain eminent by my title."
I, agreeable and usual form of a substan- Good gracious 1 How exceedingly said Tom, with an aggressive laugh.So counsel for defense at the trial, "Was he acquitted?" inquired the
, tial cheque, and, in fact, almost every inconvenient !I" :Miss Dulcimer ejacu- :Miss Hilda] Dulcimer was fain to were all that the unhappy woman duke.
article of attire was supplied free by, lated, after short pause of dismay. be content'with the terms her brother could do.When. Acquitted? Of course," returned
tradesmen eager to advertise their :My dear I'm sure you oughttobe voluntarily submitted to, nor did he the prisoner was committedfor Lord Lexicon, impatiently. "The case
wares. She had no' difficulty in disposing very pleased," remonstrated her give her the slightest cause for uneasiness. trial the sessions were close at only concluded about half an hour ago,
of her cast-off wardrobe at mother, mildly. The dear boy has : Her mother, happy at havingher hand, and consequently the period of and that is what'made me late.' But
highly satisfactory prices, and, in ad- supported himself all these years, and son near her and seeing him occa- suspense was not so long as usual. It the jury never hesitated,and the judge
dition to money thus saved and'gained, has grown a fine, handsome fellow.' sionally, acquiesced, in,the conspiracy happened that'on the day of the opening said he left the court" without a stain
she was always willing, for a consider- What, did he want to come back of silence regarding him, and as his 'of the sessions there, was a grand 'on his character..' "
ation, to bear public testimony to the for-especially just now ?" exclaimedHilda ,existence was ,not suspected by any dinner party in Hilda's'honor,'given Even Hilda-in the midst of her
efficiency of somebody's patent' com. ,'frowning. 'one, no contretemps arose. Mean by the' old Duke of Middlesex, Lord dismay-was ,conscious of a thrill of
plexion reviver, or somebody'else's incomparable :My dear, the poor fellow has been ,while five of the six months of the en- Lexicon's cousin. In vain poor Mrs. satisfaction at the news, but when
: : tooth-powder. ,ill, and he wished to see his old mother. gaged period, elapsed. Hilda's trousseau Dulcimer pleaded illness, and almost Lord Lexicon' had finished ,speakingshe
I By such expedients as these did this ,again," said,her mother, beginning to was in advanced state of preparation went on' 'her, knees'to her daughter to saw, to''her' horror, her mother up-
clever young lady contrive to'keep the tremble. After all, why should he when, afternoon- she found' spare her the agony of going, into 'society rising from her chair. The next, instant -
wolf from her mother's door and find: pass.his life in',exile? He,has ;never her mother, almost fainting in her .,when her son's trial was close at the poor lady, in a sort of paroxysm -
the means'for those necessary expenses done anything wrong." chair, ,with an evening newspaper 'in hand. The beautiful Hilda was inex- of uncontrollable excitementand
II which her career i involved. Mean- What good can he do over here, her hand orable ; to begin with, without her agitation, with clasped hands and
while, without the slightest apparent mother?" said Hilda,severely. "You Mother what. is the matter?" mother's escort she would have to'ab- upturned face, cried out in frenzied
effort, she maintained; the, foremost cannot'afford to keep him" cried, Hilda, with an uncomfortable sent'herself also ; but apart .fromthis tones, which penetrated to every cor-
place among the beauties of society, ,",He has: an appointment, my deara .presentiment, of evil. it'seemed to be of the very: highest ner of the,room :
was present at all the state balls and very good appointment* cried'her 41'My dear child, a 'dreadful thing. :importance at such a critical'time that "Thank God thank God 1 my son!
grand assemblies, visited at the housesof mother, eagerly; a clerk'in the'officeof ,has, happened," murmured poor Mrs. 'they should_ appear among their friends'as my darling son !I"
the highest nobility, and received: some. 'company connected with Dulcimer, carefully averting her:gaze. usual. She so impressed this upon As the last words passed her lips,
marked attention from royalty 'itself. Buenos Ayres, ,where he has been. What, mother?" her"unhappy mother's mind that the Mrs Dulcimer swayed and fell sense-
:Many offers of marriage were made to He is to get 100 a year, and he says Your poor dear brother--:-" -" poor)lady suffered herself to be''over- 'less into the'arms'of the gentleman by
her, but Miss Dulcimer calmly and ,he can live well uponjt." What has he been doing ?" in- persuaded, and ,she accompanied her her side, 'and amidst a painful and
{ disdainfully rejected them all. The A clerk in ,an ,office' in the city !" quired, ,Hilda, sharply, ,as she turned daughter with: the bravest air she embarrassed silence she was borne
fact was, though she would not have exclaimed Hilda, as', her beautiful lip pale could muster. gently from, the room. ,
ti ,' confessed it even to her mother, eligible curled. Mother,"she added,sharply, Nothing He is innocent, the When the guests had til, assembledat '* *
r bachelors of the wealthy aristocracy nobody,must:know this. Of course,, poor dear boy is innocent," returned :Middlesex Lodge it was found that Lord, Lexicon's abrupt departure on
: seemed very shy of taking a wife out: I must tell Lord Lexicon, but not till] ''Mrs. Dulcimer, firmly. "Butr-but" Lord ,Lexicon was late, and after'waiting -' 'a shooting excursion to the Rocky
side of their own select circle. If I know him, better. Has Tom been Hilda'' snatched away :the paper for him' nearly half an hour, iti Mountains'caused a great deal of'com
they ,did so, they chose a fair ;Ameri here? Did,he_ send his name up,?"' which her mother,handed to her,;and,, was decided to go down' to dinner ment. There was no formal announce-
,can"citizen or a burlesque actress. An He has been here," answered her' with outward composure which dissembled without him. Hilda, who looked her ment that,his, engagement was brokenoff
English young lady, even though a mother, cowed by her vehemence. her dismay and horror, read best! was most, graciously-received,by but during his absence Miss ,Dul-
professional beauty, who could not aspire He did not send in his name, poor that her brother, under his adopted everyone, and felt in no way uneasyat cimer' married a wealthy and fatuous

,,'.... 1 to, '!'their" .; ,'own.: ,rank in life, was ap' boy, :'.. He said we' were; : ,' such dreadful 'name of Trower, had that ,day', been Lord Lexicon's absence. ; for 'his soapboiler., : London- "Truth.






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JMJCTA'G MEXICAN GOLD-BUGS. gives them away then. I'm think- :E1... 1TSTXr-w-T' .=.. 71, 'y::"i tIIL

ing of burying a buckshot in !
every I
GREAT DEMAND: FOR THE INSECTS- June-bug, and then they'll weigh up I : .. "' "." MANUFACTURER OF |., : =w- %. -t "

HOW THE JUNE-BUG IS UTILIZED.: to the standard. I don suppose the ',', ;: : ;:: _' :. : 'j ):, Tin] Sheet-Iron Ware O"'ci.3-.c b r I3- '.*,..*.- I
CHICAGO June '6.-Ladi'es and ,; : i! ;. C) ::-F.;::. :: r.' '
live-bug craze will last much after <- \1'1 ;e, 4 AND DEALER IN
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gentlemen, street loafers and gamins, the Folsom, boom dies out, but the ,.,> ;! ;':';"' 1" '.e'., :'r'':\c. f Pl..' .- S.b -- ;; ;":. .,.,j'L';{}' :.
have jostled together and crowded dead. bug will become a ,fixture. ." 1ALOfl R B in : X ST VB rho o ? s: :.
the window of State street < : :'d v'' : :{r ; : jr.e. : ....
about a I'm.going to get a patent on the pro- '., .. --. _. t-.,,fc,MI.-: '.h.l .- -c...= ._
jewelry store every day. during the There are American dol- .. .. C'P'.-' -r. <1-OW
cess. good { -. ." <;( ,, ,
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In the window there stands <, C
week. lars'in it. .:; ; =' :: .1:
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the wax bust of a young woman ,. ., ',> -3: .::.t;;:; -\f\ :.: ; : 4J I v. :-!........-: =. :-:1. >:-.: [Ii9dIU
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in silken waist. On the ; : ....
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clothed a LAKE'S -' Q = ::
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breast is a huge diamond, to whichis > ." .".,;, '. .,' ,".,",:,,t,*"J.f\,-':"",", .\.". '. '. 'S: < :::':;:I..:;
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fastened a golden chain, on the f" 'j + :'", t.q" ( 1 ;
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end of which, held by a golden har- ,J'k. j >'; ;. ,. :'0 !,! ..I''A ::: : .6 94ic.
] JEWELRY STORE : : I II u7 -r....
beetle which looks ''"
ness, is a huge ,,} :;: :; 1 C':)"
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very much like a June-bug. It is '* '* *l '" .., '?... .-.. :':: :... :-:: .....-.
yellow on the back, however, and is ." o '< ;C':"I:)"0q___'"
Offers for the approaching Holidavs a fine : ;: :": r RAW -' : a a !
known as the Mexican gold-bug. ;'. + .... b: '
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Rolled .. "
assortment of Solid and :: -
It is a very fashionable article of .. ,"I i 'fl;'; S Q c:: Q 0'1- :; t'_"

adornment, and one that is much in .:/.' ; ii.". : -n "= C.
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"yv ....
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Parisian belles. :
favor with Miss M W4.-.
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Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. .C 4 <5 :: < t"T
Folsom brought one with her from Ladies and Gentlemen's '., =!.S n:" ,O: .M .
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This blonde beetle has -
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been on exhibition two weeks. Gold Silver Watches O Co "' ;:" :Ic..

Last :Monday the small boys of LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, !f.=- :C'::)..;r::; cn gz T"ni >

Evanston were thrown into a state of CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS, ..,.... O.Eaz

great excitement by the appearanceof WROUGHT-IROX PIPES. \ ......:: :; ;.;: C

a strange old man in the town. Silver Ware in Large Variety, O DRIVEN ELLS-A SPECIALTY :..:. :.....0:-::.'0"S J1...."'-=. .-... I
individual clad in ;::: ::"::"c: ::::
The mysterious
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duster SF SPECTACLES.- AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. :: ::,cr:: RMo =
linen carrying a gingham TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. .? :;-": ... .,.
umbrella and wearing green goggles, REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT Wind :Mills for pumping water or running ....- 0::::: c.c";. >.... ;

was not long in gathering the entire REASONABLE RATES. light machinery promptly erected on order. .::: "'.'...:...:.to _: :.:...=.
male juvenile population about him Church, Factory and school Bells for saleat o-r :: ..Z

bv reason of the astonishing offer No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. a bargain.' .,
i .& Stoves at Wholesale Prices. J; ''i.f''u. .:Yy :
which he made. He agreed to -- All delivered at the various ',
pay I goods trans- .. i' ;, .. "0.4 t .
I < ; : > :: hJITH't' "
5 cents each for large-sized and well- #31"Call and examine my stock. portation stations within the city free of r" '; ""
All sales for cash. .. .. .,
> charge. .', .i. t :" '. .
formed If firecrackeras '"
June-bugs. a o
flour barrel had '
large as a exploded c : ;} 1THE
Fernandina, Fla., July 121884. .
Centre Street.
in the school room it wouldnot FLORIDA .:WTO'YK
Fernandina Nov. 141885. -- -
have created near as much ex- i
CT. .A. :RYDER: : '
citement as the offer of the strangeold IMPROVEMENT COMPANY,.

man. Not more than half of the When You Paint, -PRACTlqAL-', ..

went back after the noon b f'i', I
youngsters BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHT Fcruaiitliiiu, $ .

roundWits USE r O t1w CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Towns ou R. R.. Liue.
hours the youngsters who hadn't I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY And Cedar Key
played hookey joined the other acknowledg to be of superior quality, I and all work entrusted to my care

hunters and the result was a terrible H promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work carefully -
and will cover much more than cheaperand Z done at reasonable rates.. WoodWork
shaking-up of Junebugs.The I..t in all of its branches, at living prices
mysterious stranger kept his! lighter brands. Sold only by and at short notice.HorseShoeing. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

word and paid 5 cents apiece for all T a Specialty. number of the most
FRED W. HOYT & CO. eligible and desirable
the able-bo June-bugs which had
-4 Furniture repaired,repainted stainedor
not been maimed or wounded in the ---- tJ varnished. Wire Safes made to order at Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for i

excitement of the chase. At night- > 0H short notice.A 3
Fresh Garden Seeds tdL. share of the public solicited. City or Suburban Residences,
fall he went back to the city carryinga Respectfully patronage. !0

cigar box full of the finest June- Ht1 J. A. RYDER.ADVERTISERS. UPON EASY TERMS.
bugs in the land, while all the little .# :J- CROP OF 85 -tom
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed
boys in Evanston reveled in taffy. yV to
In papers or in bulk, at
Jrhejstrang! rwitha.. "!lchant for parties engaged in manufacturing or Indus-

'Junebugs'was' found to occupy a FRED W. HOYT & CO'S
little room at 2071 State street,whichis 1rIU rial enterprises, who will erect on the property -

strewn with bric-a-brac and ar- I I purchased substantial improvements '

ticles sold by street peddlers. In a >
the SOMETHING NEW for residence or in which to conduct their l
glass case were June-bugs andon i>

a little oil stove a pot of fine can learn the exact cost business. I i!

shellac was kept in a liquid state.

On some cotton batting on a table m Ee e e HtJ of proposed line of INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS J "r
were several magnificent golden bee- !
H by exemption for a term of years from
tles with golden wings and delicately -INWINDOW advertising in American ,,
shaped claws and nippers. SHADES. 00 taxation; offered by the several cities and \

Where did you get these ?" y 1 papers by addressingGeo. towns. Apply to

queried the visitor. They are Mexican CHAS. W. LEWIS,

gold-bugs, ain't they, and are ALL MADE 3 feet wide READY by 6 feet TO long HANG.; Nickle j. P. Rowell& Co., Fernandina.JSJ .

worth considerable money ?" Trimmed, Stop-Spring Roller good grade of ocH Office, Duryee' building, (up stairs)
:Mexican goldbugsVhy there Holland, with handsome Pull-Down, at the Newspaper Advertising Bureau, corner Centre and First streets.
low of 10 Spruce St., New York. t
astonishingly price
cant any bug that ever buzzed match H Send lOots for IOC-Page Pamphlet. 'I. .
these fellows. I sold three of these !JB-FIFTY CENTS EACH.=@S .- -.- '. ., I
to-day for $10 and the man that got These Shades come in different Colors- OF. VIRGINIA. > !,'

them wants me to make a contractto Drab, Brown, Olive, Green etc. H UNIVERSITY

furnish no one but him with -ALSO- MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. .

them. I've got a bonanza here." A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE, Uw I .1 I t ts

How's that?" Full course of instruction in medicine. The I NOTICE.TOTICE .
On Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Roller. Q _session begins October 1st and continues nine I i
"Why, haven't you heard about Across the Curtain, about nine inches from GIVEN THAT r
months. For catalogue apply to the Secretary of the described '
l following lands will be
the gold-bug that Miss Folsom wore the bottom, is stamped in Gold Fanc'Dado, kJ
tne sold at auction l
Faculty.P. public
on Monday the
nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for a t
back from Paris They are all the 0. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, VA. seventh day of June at the City Hall,
rage. Well, I put something on the .r :SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACH@ in the City of Fernandinaor so much thereofas
market which discounts the all Complete, with Handsome Pull-Down. Reliable Salesmen to Travel and will be necessary to pay the amounts due
genuine WANTED sell to the trade our Celebrated for taxes of 1885, herein set opposite to the

article." GT. &c T. KYDD H M I etc.Cigars Liberal, Tobacco arrangements., Cigarettes Salary ,- same, together with the costs of sale and. ad-

Under a pledge of secrecy PIllet or Commission. Address immediately, NEW vertising: ,
YORK & HAVANA CO.,No. 1 Fourth
you into the scheme, but it doesn't IR.IEIMIO'V.ALDr. Avenue, New York.SEAISLAND. ,

natter much ; I guess you have ,got Uo NAME: LoT. x J\.M'T. I :j

in already." W. E. SNYDER, Dentist, ROUTE. p }
With .. .
that the man picked up a Will --- --- .--
June-bug fastened it steel his Dental remove office Bell C..........:...... 1......... ......... 79 $4.10
to a bod June 1st Brundhill, H........ 18................. 9 3.41
kin, and then suddenly plungedinto it from, the Angel -, THE KEY LINE ,STEAMER, Cribb D...............10, 13.14,0. 7 14.06.

the shellac. Reaching into the ". :;>'1, block to his Dozier, L..1, N o12..38 30.85
drawer he drew forth a pad of lamb's ,; "i residence,near DorseyG., agent

wool, dashed it over the gummy "f: ;;<]II.:' the rian Presbyte-church I m h for Lodge.Island.....City...... { 2. ...................25 6.28

June-bug, and in an ,instant there for the 10........... ...... 17 1
was a transformation. Summer.He coming. Dickinson, Mrs f 7................... 39 f fBI.
, startling friends and .s.............. 29................_ 2681 '
\\rithing on the end of the steel will"be pleased" to meet his ', M .1 2.....................2691
at between the hours of 9 "
patients home
bodkin beetle. He had ST. NI'CaOLAS: 'Old
was a golden and will ;, 9, Town 30.85
washed a in ,dust. a. m and 4 p. m.; trusts they not :',' Eppes Thos.J...... 5................... 50 6.83
June-bug gold hesitate to call often. "-- H CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. Freeman C.......... W i of 13........ 33 2.73Friendshi .
I make ,
two kinds, continuedthe ,:: '" 'i :' .8. except S E

inventor his' handiWork ., ,.... P I'd ge { .......
gazing at ':. f, '; corner) 48 6.83
admiringly the animate and Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran, :j" .. RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE.I ORDER.. Hannahan,W. H_ 2.................... 71 5.46
:"', 'r: \ : :.q'.J Morrell, J. T........ 'V I of8......... .45 11.00
inanimate. When I make the ani- .J ... ,{ ., Robinson'R. E.... S of 6......... .52! 5.80
mated article I merely dip the wings MIXED FEED, nICE FLOUR, 'ETC.AT : ; :t :.:u,; ,' L..I>-' .'. PLYING regularly between Fernandina Schuyler, R. 8.......1.................._ 51 1 B.W
and back in the shellac which by .- "'.. ) Savannah. upon the following Trayeye. David I i
the ..' schedule and Thos........ { 22.................. 171 5.46 '
way, is prepared especially for WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ', :. LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday, ..;...."......... 42i; 1L60 '
this purpose. It has to be very fine 1 :.. "J'r; .. ,;' Tuesday and Thursday; ,upon arrival ,of Williams, ,Peter. _,;, 3................ 4oi, 6..6
and Just so thin. The inanimate' I .'',". .,' ,. ,'. ,J,: .' : ,,' morning train from Jacksonville, arriving j 4 (outside city
I .-" ,. '<1'" ,- Wiiliams,And'w
Savannah the following mornings. limits)_...... 245f 5.46
specimens are made by plunging the :; > ;. "E :t il. ,: :' LEAVE SAVANNAH every Monday. Wilkinson...... 8 i of 8......... 791{ 10.10
"'whole body into the shellac. It r'... ., .......,. .:,,1.4.i': : ; ,;; ,': Wednesday and Friday evenings, reaching Wood, W. 5............... 161 16.38
kills them instantly and covers ," ,' .'".'.4.. "'. ;..$....:. '' .$4" .;:.,.. .' Fernandina the following mornings. F..4. .................... 701 10.92
every ; ", :,, ".,$_ ah fJ..o.tt't ;, ., Connections at Savannah with all rail ..........
speck of their bodies. 'Then I '" ",' J j '.r, ];;''' :,,,, !, :_: .'. Wliliams, E 1 of 8..1 i 80t 1.37
'' '
puton .. .". lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Owners Unknown 5,6,26..1 i It 18.56
two coats of gold dust and they SASH, DOORS, ". '.'", ft;.-<'. '." '"<-J. .:>., 1..r.,..,'j'.: -. r, ,, & Savannah vessels to and from, New York 7. 28,29.f r 1 31.94
-" 'f t.
are practically embalmed. They /,! ,.:.(r:ff.;/; ;" '" < J and Boston, and at Fernandina with trains 2, 3, 30, 31..5 2.58

wllliast a life-time with -AND- : .\.';" f c'Y'P! ,.,'. .,. .;_ for" all Florida points 1.:.................. 221 5.46
care "
proper : \: : .: .- ]: f, A. 0. MAcDONELL, 22. 13, Old
and when I put them in front of BLINDS, ; '. '';. ; ,j, Gen. Pass.& Tkt. Agt., ..........)! 51 I IJTown. 9.69
jewelers they think they have strucka ,; 4'i,,{ i \'flit Fernandina, Fla.
magnificent piece of jewelry work AT FRED W. ,HOYT & CO'S. : >':. .':,-\.f"-\,, .. D, E.,General MAXWELL Superintendent, City Collector O.S. OAKES of Taxes, '

until they handle them. The weight ::1 Fernandina, Fla. Fernandina, FJa., May 15, 1886. '

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I THE FLOIUDA I1tu011,. the leaves smaller, however,than I men will lose theirseats. Mr. Glad A., CORRESPONDENT writes that a..'Holders_ of City Bonds

usual. The hammock groves- have stone is making a gallant fight young woman in Washington makes

- GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. taken ,on the deep dark green indication against Toryism and narrowness.and .a good 'living, teaching American TAKE NOTICE.

-- of'health and vigor and the new defection. We all in this country small talk, ,to the youn .attaches of
' 1 Subscription, $2 per year; six months, 91. June growth is coming out with an hope for the success of his measures the Chinese and Japanese and Em- i, NOTICE unpaid Bonds of the City of
Iii :Fernandina. Fla., of the series issued
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor increased size of leaf and a ranker and the settlement'of the Irish,ques- 'bassies. Not long' ago she taughtsix authority of an Ordinance of said under City,

RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten growth. In'going'over a large grovewe tion on a just basis. young fellows precisely the same redeemed passed and on approved presentation May 31st to G.,1869.Stark will,chair be

cents a line for the first, and five cents for did not find single tree of bear round of pretty phrases, and at a man of Finance Committee, City of Fer-
each subsequent insertion., ing size without some fruit on it: recent ball they hovered _around a I nandina.Holders of the above described Bonds
Special local notices,15 cents a line. will
Reading notices,25 cents a line. The oranges are quite, as large, or PROF. J. P. STELLE. certain pretty girl, and all said the i take notice that: the interest on the same
will cease June 30th, 1886.
Special rate for time advertisements upon appli than at the same periodlast same things to her.
larger even, To the Editor of the Mirror: GEO. E. WOLFF,
cation at the office.Communications
year, measuring on an average Your seeming interest.in the sub- DURING' the eighteen years from Fernandina, Fla., June 3, 1886.City Clerk.

t upon all matters of local interest nearly two inches in diameter, witha ject of keeping oranges in sand 1867 to 1885 the population of Rus-
of the and from '
all county
solicited from parts
m r along the lines of Florida railways.. weight of two ounces. The or- prompts me to tell you a little true sia,increased by 17.87 per.cent., giv- For Rent.

3'.4 All communications intended for publication anges are firm, not dropping, and story. ing an average annual increase of o Dry The Goods store Emporium recently occupied on ('entre by street.Funke'

''i.f.c should be addressed to the Editor; all business appear:rather more abundant in the Some weeks before Christmas, 0.218'per cent. The annual rate of G.STARK
letters simply to THE FLOBIDA MIRROR.I Fernandina, Fla., May 14th, 1886.
upper portion of the trees and OLV three years ago, I was banking sweet increase in' Austro-Hungary duringthe

SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1886.Iv the west side, which was the side ex- potatoes at niy home near :Mobile, eleven years from 1869 ,to 1880no Notice.

posed to the storm. Why this shouldbe Ala. A little child, with an orangeor later figures are available) was 0.The Friend's City Tax store Collector's Third and office Centre will beat streets E.
EFFECT so we cannot tell, as naturally one two, was playing around where: only 0.49. In Italy the annual in- until further notice., 0. S. OAKES,

The change of gauge of 32,000 would', '' suppose that the tops and the work was*going'.on. The pota- crease for the decade 1871-81 was Fernandina, Fla.,April 14,18S6.Collector.

'< miles of railway in the Southern west sides of I 'the trees, having been toes were banked.in the usual way- 0.60 per cent. In1\ France (omitting,

States to a uniform gauge of four most. exposed, would have suffered first a bed of pine straw made on the Algiers and the colonies( the annual: Notice.
feet and ahalf inches to con- Notice is hereby given that all vessels} arriving -
eight the most. It is also noticeable that surface of the ground, next the po- rate of increase for the fifteen,years at this port on or after the first day
form to the gauge of all the other much in of May, 1886, will be required to undergo
the fruit is growing very tatoespiled upon it, then pine straw from 1866 to 1881: was 0.15 per cent. inspection at Quarantine. That is,all coastwise -

roads in the United States, is a no- clusters of four to six on the ends of spread over the pile to the depth of In Great Britain ,and Ireland for the vessels or steamers will be inspected at
table event and shows the wonderful Upper Quarantine at or near
the branches. We think the fruit six inches, and lastly the whole decade from 1871 to ,81 the annual station on Tiger Island ; all vessels quarantine arriving

power of concentration and system. will be of larger size than usual in covered with earth. Pine bark laid increase was 1.01 per cent. In Eu- from foreign ports at, Lower Quarantine
be ben- Ground, inside the Sound buoy. The
The effect of this change will o quarantine -
the hammock and will reach the bank. all the shelter it Finland
groves over was ropean Russia including grounds will extend from a point opposite -

r eficial in every respect. Some persons half a crop. We are told the pine .had. About the last day of the next and the Don Copacks, in the thir- : the Sound.station on Tiger, Island to the buoy in
that it be
have suggested might land groves do not promise as well, April the bank was opened and the teen years from'1867'to 1880 the an- H. J. BAKER

injurious to the shipping interests by although the trees look well. From potatoes taken out, when lo in the nual increase was 1.38 per cent. Fernandina Secretary, Fla., April of Board 29. 188ft of Health.

transferring much of the ,freight Lawtey down the Florida Railway & midst of'them was found an orange !

.> which now goes by. sea, and. is received Navigation road the groves,look well It was sound >;and plump, and, it ,. Traveler's Guide. Atlantic Pavilion..

by sea, to rail the railroads. and show but a moderate amount of seemed,to'methe, "best orange/.! had [The Traveler's Guide is/i / as the heading I : ", 4 ., '. rON

Transportation by necessarily, injury. This is especially noticeableof ever tasted. indicates, intended as a 'means of information -
costs more than by water. The en- I to the traveling public. To be relia- AMELIA BEACH.
the younger class of' trees. At This accidental. experiment has ble, it should be correct. The managers of .-
gines and cars which would be requisite the different railroad and steamer lines will
Fairbanks, :Mrs. Furman's grove, on fully convinced me that the orange This favorite Restaurant and Refreshmen
to tons of merchandise greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
move exposed hillside where it be in bank the us of changes made in the run-
9 an open, may kept a on by notifying
Saloon Amelia's famous beach is
on now
would far towards the cost of be
time when will promptly cor-
r go ning .
must have received the full force'of sweet potato plan, better than any rected. ,,' .' :.
a sailing vessel or steamship, while ] open for the season, after having under
the blasts, looks healthy, vigorousand other way. I don't consider even --
the costly plant of the bed of the renovation. The best of
a thorough
well clothed with foliage. That dry sand at all,necessary, but think TRANSIT 4 PENINSULAS BAILEOAD., gone
railroad is a constantly deteriorating Train leaves service at all times reasonable rates.
pretty McCarthy rose hedge which a good surrounding of dry: pine Day Passenger
capital which has to be kept up. For Cedar Keand Wild ,and
borders Mrs. Furman's place is a straw would fill every requirement.In all points'on Transit Road.:10.IO a.m. ALBERT GLAIBER.
f j Except when time is an object, water For Savannah and all points North
carriage will be preferred from its very noticeable feature, as well as a the early'days'of Kentucky :no and West................................10.10 a.m. Fern-ndina, Fla., May 1st, 1386.OY4.
to passers-by how to bar- at Callahan.)
suggestion one ever thought of housing or (connecting
less cost. Freight will be laid downin For Tallahassee,Pensacola;and all
make their homes look attractive. reling winter apples to keep them
points on the Florida Central & ,
i; Florida by steamers from New ,over winter. '.We banked them out Western Railroad................ ...10.10a.m..
; York quicker than by rail, because 'HOME RULE DEFEAT. (connecting at Baldwin.)
exactly'as we bank sweet potatoes
freight trains must travel at moderate Mr. Gladstone has the foresight Day Passenger Train arrivesFrom -
now in the lower South,and 'I can Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
speed and be subject to detention, and the courage to endeavor to accomplish v all points on the Transit Road... 4.00. p. m
: assure,you,'no apples ever J.ept 'bet- From Savannah and all points hi
2 while the at not much ..
steamship, the great work of restoring i eminently better the North and West................. 4.00 p.m. e w cioyr
less rate of speed; on a direct line to Ireland. _He proposed a ter. They were From Tallahassee, Pensacola.. and ROYAL PS5W1JAbsolutely
peace housed of to-day Central Beau nr e e
than the apples all points on the Florida
and without detention, goes to its measure which had in itself, the ele- & Western ..Railroad................ 4.00p.m.
being more crisp and juicy. Under: ,
destination.We .
mentsof justice and was based Train leaves-
upon Night Passenger
are accustomed to see on our the 'fundamental principles of good ordinary usage the orange keeps. For Wildwood........................... 4.10p.m.
For Savannah and all points North ,
I better than the apple-then why cant
.?t railways large numbers of cars be- o government. It was really applyingthe and West................................, 4.10 p. m.
longing to all the Western railways, principle of our own federal system not be.kept as the apple used to be (connecting at Callahan.) Ift.

? In opinion there is no Train arrives
kept my' Night Passenger
but we.hardly ever car belong-
seea :
to' a dependent portion of the doubt that From Cedar Key Wildwood, and
ing to a Northern or Eastern road. United Kingdom principle which grounds on point. all points on the Transit Road10.10 a. m.
Savannah and all points in
Mobile Ala. June 7,1886.CORRECTION. From
i Very little freight is brought iIito liad.: already been successfully applied ; the North and West..................10.10 a. m
Florida by all-rail transportation From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
to Oanada and Australia and all points on Florida Central &

from the Northern and Eastern New Zealand. There was no just In the article on Socialism in our Western Railroad...................10.10 a. m.FERNANDINA AKI$6POWDER

States. The Savannah, Boston and reason why it should not be appliedto last issue,the{ 1?esmade. us say that & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

Philadelphia and Baltimore ships Ireland. It would satisfy the 'Proudhon was the'wisest of the Social- Train leaves daily; except SundayFor -

Jacksonville........................ 7.00 a. m.
J. bring freight to Savannah to be Irish ;,it ,could do no harm to Eng- istic writers, when we had emphati- For Jacksonville ........................ 2.45 p.m.
transhipped by rail, and the :Mallory said he s the worst and in Train arrives daily, except Sunday-
land and would constant cally ;
remove _a
yas From Jacksonville....................11.00 a. m.
Line, direct, brings large !amounts of source of worry, anxiety and dis the article on ,The Growth of Flor- From Jacksonville....................... 6.10p.m.

merchandise. ,Heavy and bulky turbance. The opposition was made ida Towns," where we had written From Sundaonll Jacksonville/- ....................10.10 a. m. Pure.

freights, such as coal, railroad iron, of discordant elements having contiguous the type had made it From Jacksonville..................... 6.45 p.m.
up For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m. POWDER NEVER VARIES. A
nails, hay, lime, brick, etc., come by no unity on any question except to contagious." For Jacksonville ........................ 4.00 p.m. THIS of purity, strength and whole-
coasting vessels at very low rates of defeat :Mr; Gladstone and his admin- someness. More economical than the ordinary -
A Florida now MALLORY LINE. kinds and cannot be sold in competition -
through pre-
444 freight. Nor will there be much,increase istration.We TRIP For New York direct, every Wednesdayand with the, multitude of low-test, short-
sents a pleasing prospect. The ,or- weight alum or phosphate powders.
of the Saturday evening.
j outgoing freights by
think the triumph of .Mr. gfSold only in cans.
: ange trees have recovered .their; -From New York- direct every Tuesday
rail.. Vegetables, fruit, etc:, will and Friday eyeing, at 3.00 p.m. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
I Gladstone's will be a :
,11 opponents foliage and preserve but few signs of 48 106 Wall Street, New York
still when the facilities
go by ships SEA..ISLAND'ROUTE.Steamer
short-lived one. An appeal will be the great freeze. The June growthis
are furnished for prompt shipments St. Nicholas leaves Fernandina Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
w made to the The questionhas
'I in country. starting out with vigor, and by Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 a. m.; leaves
suitable vessels. Lumber is 'too ,, ALL
become a standing. one,and sooneror fall there will nothing to indicate ,Savannah Mondays, and Thursdays. NOTICE of the estate of Frank C.
bulky and too little value in
later, the plan proposed by Mr. that they had{suffered, an) injury., CUMBERLAND'BOUTE. Latham late of Nassau County deceased,
tion to bulk and'weight to be transported authenticated -
I to present their claims duly
Gladstone will be adopted. His Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Bruns-
by rail when,'waiter transportation op- The grass, which,-,, .<;J-is'. now.- ,-fresh andO wick daily at.......:.................... 3.00p.m. within two years from date statute., or
have nothing to asa payment will be barred, according to
ponents propose at Brunswick withE.
dowhke'app r-
gives a (connecting
can be had. One thousand All indebted to the estate are requested -
? R.R. for Northern persons
T. V. & G.
substitute.: Things cannot remainas to
to the of the while to make settlement forthwith
face country
I feet board measure'weighs four,tons ance and Western points.)
; they are; they must grow better or the exceptionally! 'fine crops'of corn Steamer Thos.Collyerfrom Bruns- save litigation.GEORGE
; I or eighty hundred pounds, ,and it wick daily at........;..;....;.........12.15 p.m.ST. A. LATHAM.
The Home Rule
grow worse. proposals harvest.; Administrator.
etc. bounteous
would have to be carried'by 'rail at bespeak 'a .
i MARYS RIVER. Fernandina, Fla., June 12,18S6.Administrator's
of, Mr,:Gladstoneoffer, ,a planof Our winter visitors see but little of
; less than ten cents ,per hundred Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
the relief. The. good sense'of'the Florida at its best, but the' contrastof For St. :Marys and CrandallTuesday Notice.

pounds to compete with, freights people will in time accept these usual winter climate ever and Friday .......;............... 3.00 p.m., :ALL CREDITORS LEGATEES AND
our ,
c by sailing vessels. The uniform For St.-Marys and Dungeness, on TO entitled to distribution:
I ;measures. In this country the plansof of fruit ........ 2.00 : persons
I will be of to green trees, abundance etc., ,Wednesday and Saturday. p m. Al persons having any demands againstthe
gauge great '
". Mr. Gladstone For''St. Iary's'and King's.Ferry, estate Of Benlah L. Whitney, late of
a passenger trains and to the Western are unanimously with their own frozen, leafless region, Monday and Thursday........'.... 8.00a.m.. Nassau County, deceased are.notified to
approved. His opponents united, the Steamer Martha arrives- authenticated,
connections is sufficiently attractive without present their claims,properly
trains but
freight From St.|Marys and Crandall, on the same
within two from date, ,or
have bare
will not sensibly affect' the Eastern a majority of thirty. beauties of our spring.- Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a.m,. will ho.J\f barred years*
: There is a,feeling that Mr. Gladstone From St Marys and ,Dungeness, JOHN .ELLERMANN,
traffic or rates by sea so Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a.m
passenger has been DR. SCHLIEMAN, who is in: Athens, on Administrator.
used the
I badly by seceding From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, 6m
! Fla., 8,1886.
Fernandina May
'I long as the sea routes are pleasanter members of, his party, who have writes : "It is' highly probable that Tuesday and Friday.: ,.,............'2.00 p.m. -
!' and cheaper than railway travel. unearth
allowed their in autumn I shall begin to
., personal feelings or Building' Iateri l.
the of the Atridse at Notice to Contractors. .
Mycente. -
' stronghold -
I HOTT THE GROVES LOOK. jealousies to contribute to break
Bids will be received by the Committee on
Five 'months of our Florida sunshine down the administration. There is This; work will probably last Streets and City Improvements until June BRICK, LIME, PLASTER,

raiii and dews have wroughta a universal feeling 'of distrust and three years, and be the last I shall 16th Creek for, near the Colonel repairs of.Read's bridge mill'across; also Clark's the CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS,
lifetime. But,
wonderful transformation in our, dislike to what we call in this.country my plankwalk to Old Town. DOORS AND BLINDS,
now I venture to promise that shall Specifications can be seen at Mr. G. ,
orange groves..from their desolate appearance independents. They are i
generally there unearth a palace, the plan of Stark's store. PAINTS AND OILS.
in January. The trees regarded as selfish malcontents, which has most resemblance to that P. KELLY, '

have put. on'their fine. suit of foliage, o and it is :likely thatmost', of these of Troy or that of Tiryns." .Fernandina;May.27th. 1836. ,G. STARK.. ,, :,< FRED W. HOYT & CO.r .

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:,''tT"t.',;%.. 'j : y.> lt"ti: sale, and to the large inducements they are offering in every:.department. ,

.: .;'; '..:"": At present they,-are.offering the following extraordinary bargains.: Which will be sold, at very low prices. A splendid assortment of

"-H',:14..i Ytr "','.'.:, 50 pieces Superior Quality-Checked Summer Silks at 38 cents NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS, -

.\, per yard; worth 50 cents.
<{If'3 50 pieces Assorted Colors, Fancy Pattern Satines, at 18 cents

.,;,::!< .. I ".. ,' J per yard; worth 25 cents. Nun's Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and ,Lace Buntings, White Goods, _,'
.8y ;'. ,, :" 't Plain and Printed India Linens, LJnon de Deccas, Plain and
),':... ". "" p..r.,,.."',"\', ",. 5 cases Standard Light Prints at 5 cents. Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles-

'-'...,"' ."\' ..1...1'.,r"'':&,' : 50 Patterns Crinkled Seersucker at 18 cents ; worth 25. Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes..

"..'.1 '-.: "'' ,. : .' (..;,-.,. 100 dozen Damask Towels at $1.00 per dozen; worth $1.50.. RBAT AMAIN! I IN BNT tADIB AND HILDRBN' H Ift1 :
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j.'j", v '-. j..... 'St N 300 Assorted Parasols, ranging in price from 50 cents to $5._ ,
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,"' lY'. .", .' '.,' .....i...."",'",I.I',<-If.":.:r B"A Line of, Bathing Suits from $1 up. '\; OUR SPRING.. CLOTHING
I" "
., { /;." 'f".::"lIt.,,I>' .';.) Cashmere and Zephyr Shawls in all grades and shades, at pop- Has been received-a magnificent line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
: 7'A.f.', KING & GO'S Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to
< .... ular prices. and fit guaran
:,',. "" : :'" ,, '\.}:. ,; ',.'. .' ...j'iI"'"" 100 pieces Fancy 'Mattings, from 17 cents a yard to 40 cents. Although we have BARGAINS in every Department, the following are some of
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:);jf"'i 100 dozen Ladies' Lisle-Thread, Hose at 30 cents a pair. ; worth oUR: SPECIAI: :. ;B.AaCAINS: : I
.. 50 cents.A .
,"t. .. ,,""'-".' Two Cases BEST PRINTS at 5 Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cts_
: .f; '' :' small lot of Ladies' Fancy-Bordered Handkerchiefs at 15 FINE HEMSTITCHED LINEN All-Wool Plain Black BUNTING at 20 Cts.
r;'- I I't HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts Worth 35 Cts.
,>t .," ',"'" t cents each; worth 25 cents. VICTORIA LAWNS at .6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts. :
'f.f1 Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.
(>.!:'S.t 100, pairs Ladies' Glove-Kid Button Shoes at $1.85worth; $3.50. Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 cts>. ,

;;: ..t. .:".-J:;: ...':,':-:.-. 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, JLX &.5 0, r

300 Gents' Seersucker Coats at $1.25 ; worth $2. 9-Orders by mail will receive prompt attention, and carefully filled.

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NEW GOODS Every Steamer. ,
before the more Victoria Lawns, Persian Lawns, India Linens, Swiss Muslin, Figured Keceivedjjy t i
Swiss, Plain and Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded
Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERXAXDIXA, FLA.
choice Piques, White Goods of all kinds, Laces and Trimmings,
are MILLINERY: (Straw and Felt of all grades), Hosiery in large Variety, :
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cassimeres, Jeans, Doe- GENERAL INSURANCE REAL ESTATE .
taken. Skins, Cottonades, Cashmeres and Dress Goods.


Apply to CHAS. T. ft r CASH is a diamond.of the purest water. For CASH ALONE I underbuy and
undersell, and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD IX LOW PRICES. Call
and convince vonrself. CHARLES V. 1
LEWIS oft o SAM'LA. TV. J. DL.OH3XA.3V. '
Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets.
8"7 ANN, Fernandina .



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Y"l' Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, ROAD connections for JACKSONVILLE at FERNANDINA, and with thence FERNANDINA by Steamers& to JACKSONVILLE all points on the RAIL-ST.

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awy t GENERAL DIRECTORY. ;.' Sheriff-G. "W. Epperson, Lake Bl Ier. I I .MADISON;. COUNTY."V V DR. 'FRASER 'DISPENSARY :

Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, M. :1 i I
United States Officers.LAND Starke. County Judge-R. Witherspoon, Madi FOR THE

OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Butler.Superintendent of'(Schools-J. L. Hill, Lake son.Sheriff S. A. Parramore, :Madison.. BENEFIT OF THE NEEDY, v $oss .,

s ;J Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. Clerk-John M. Beggs'Madison WHERE ALL WORTHY POOR PEO-. ,

Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville County 'Judge-James A. McCrory, City Superintendent of Schools-Samuel' -.. -J. Perry.,.. receive medical advice and 4 ,
1 Surveyor-General F. McClellan. Point. Madison. medicine free of charge. omiae

F DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. County Treasurer-:S. S. Smith Madison. Open every Saturday from 9 to 12 m.
Collector of RetenueB.t V. Wadsworth Corner Fourth and Broome streets. 1m
M. E. English, Titusville.
3, Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff Madison.
,JI"T,1LfJ.l-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. F.V Reed,Titusville.
.Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.: Superintendent of'Schools-John H.'Laws, MANATEE COUNTY. W.E.. FRASER,

I INTERNAL REVENUE.Collector City Point. County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee. ,
CALHOUN. Clerk-Robert'S..Griffith, ,Manatee.: HOI Jacksonville.
S. C.
? Thompson, Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. ,
: COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS County Judge--William Clark Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton Has '
Clerk-James S. Fannin. permanently at Fernandina,
cAVm. A. Fernandina. Fon. and offers 1 1IV 1qM
Mahoney Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone. his professional services to the Y '
w Edwin Higgins! Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J,Seward, people of this place surrounding country.
a John F. House, St. Augustine. Collector of Ret'eJuw-Joel P. Atkins.Superintendent Pine Level. Diseases of children a specialty.

oj Softools-\V. G. Cox well. MARION COUNTY. p'r Can be found at the Tourist Hotel.

State OIIlcers.V ; .
V CLAY COUNTY. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala.
Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ,
+ii EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County -Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff-E. T. Williams, Ocala. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,

Governor -Edward A. Perry,Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Rereuue'V. P. Trantham,
Clerk-G. N. Bardin Green Cove
Spring. Ocala.
Lieutenant Governor Milton H. Mabry,
DeWitt Green Cove ,
Sheriff--James ,
Leesburg. Superintendent of Schools=: M. L. Payne, /
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. -
Collector of Revenue-,Yo J. Wilson, Green MONROE
lahassee. Geo. W. Hall. COUNTY. Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools- ,
Trcrr.sllrer-E. S. Crill. McRae. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.
Attorney-General Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key We&t. BY THE CARGO,

Judge W. M. Ives Jr. Lake City. Sheriff George A. Demerritt; Key West.
r see. County For Domestic Trade
Collector Revenue or Export
Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. of Mason S. Moreno, ,
Superintendent of! Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Key School.s--J. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
V. Harris
Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Ttlxcs-\V. Payne, Lake City. West.Superintendent ,Key 4'
Ar jutad-Gererat-David Lang. Superintendent of Schools W. A. Sheffield, :


Chief Justice.-Geo. G. )[cVhorter.Attsfci DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan M

,lte Justice-. George P. Ilaney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. dina. : -- .- sod
Clerk J. A. Edwards
hasee.: Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Fernandina.
B. Van Sheriff Wm. M. Mettaur. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina.
Associate Justice-11. Valkenhurgh, FOR BUILDING OF ALL
Assessor of 1lxes-'Ym. H. Garland Fer-
Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. DESIGNS
with Plans
nandina. Details:: Spe-
Clerk-D. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. cifications, and Superintendence.
Collector Revenue-'Varren F. Scott, Fer-

First Circuit' .-Augustus E. Maxwell. Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, JAMES McGIFFIN,
sacola.: sonville. Evergreen.

Second Circuit-David Walker,Tallahas Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County Treasurce-Gustav Stark, Fernan CONTRACTOR AND BUILD EU
Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. '

see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. Alachua Street, between Second and Third.
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville.
ville. Collector of .Revenue Moses .1. Brown, County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando FERNANDINA, FLA. THE ABOVE CUT IS OX EVERY PACK-

l' Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines-' Jacksonville, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando.
ville. Superintendent of ScJiools William H.Bab- Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeinan, Or- Orders and estimates from a distam-ecare' .UU OF'WOOLSEY'S
lando. fully to. V 25-t
Sixth Ui'cllit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville.
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Superintendent of Schools.-John T. Beeks,
County Judge-Walter Tate. Suiveyor-J.:.O. Fries, Orlando. AGENT,
Cta urt Calendar.FIRST Treasurer: C. W Jacobs
Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. : Wilcox.
CIRCUIT. Sl riff--J oseph Wilkins. POLK.
Comity Jiuiye-J. A. Fortner.
d Santa Rosa, 2d Monday m October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm 's. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. _D ANDDealer

Walton 4th 'Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. in Ice
Holmes 2d after 4th
Wednesday Mondayin
Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis.
Robert G. Baker.
Washington, Monday after 4th Monday.in Counlg Judge- Superintendent of School.s-John BROOM STREET WHARF,
October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. Snoddy. .

a Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. l-ft 'FERN NDINA. FLA.
October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter.
Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-.George A. Patton. Judge of Probate-T.S.Hough ton,Palatka.

This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Clerk-W. F. Forward Palatka.Sheriff EWING MACHINES,
y Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka.
10; 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. LUSE NO OTHER.
Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
Spring Term. Com g Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES,
x. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson.Sheriff Palatka.
Spring Term- : Thomas Mitchell. For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO
1st after 1st in .
Taylor, Tuesday Monday Treasurer-A. W. Smith.

April. Collector of Revenue-R.. M. Morgan. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. -
Madison, Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Sheriff: B. A. Tucker, Perry. FOR SALE BY
I Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Clerk-John Calhoun, Perry. of every description and '-
+. i Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON: COUNTY. Superintendent. of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, ATTACHMENTS for any Sewmgfachme,

.- April.. County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. Perry.- for sale.
'' i Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. -. GEO. F. LEWIS
I"01d Machines moderate
jZ repaired at ,
It Sheriff-Sampson Tavel, Jasper. County Su-veyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
6th Tuesday after 4th :Mondayin Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. Collector of Rerentle-J. B. Hardee, Perry. prices. HENRY, HOBEIN,

April. Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, SANTA ROSA.
Fall Term Corner Third and Ash Streets, AGENT FOR

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. County Judge-John Chain. 8 Fernandina Fla.
I October. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.

Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. TOURIST HOUSE
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W. J..Williams. C. A. WOOLSEYS'JERSEY

Suwannee 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff-J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
Collector Revenue Jno.E. Lecanto. FERNANDINA, FLA.NEWLY .
October. King, JOHN'S COU TY.C01.17uy .

October.Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in :xille.Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- tine. Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- 1 1J6rNOWOPEN- a CITY

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. FURNISHED AND PAINTED

w .October. Floral City. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine First-class accommodations. -V"VHITE LEAD-:
FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, .
Spring Term County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine.
St. John's. 2d IIi March. TERMS $2.OO PER DAY.
Tuesday Clerk-W.V A. Givens, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, -ANDREADYMIXED-
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Sheriff J.: Martin Tampa. St. Augustine. _
Bradford 1st in April. 35" Special arrangements by the week or
Tuesday Collector of Revenue-W. J. :Martin. SUMTER COUNTY.

Faker Nassau, 2d 3d Tuesday Tuesday in in April.April. HOLMES. County Judge.::J. R. Steele, Leesburg, month.'V.. G. ELLEN WOOD. PAINTS

Ii V Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Clerk-C. M.F.Knott, Sumterville.Sumterville. 10 Proprietor.
.Sheriff-J. Galloway,
TermSt. Clerk T. H. Pitman.
Collector of Revenue-I.:N. Withers, Lees-
2d ;
John's Tuesday September Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. burg. THE OCEAN HOUSE,
Schools-C. F. Venable
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. Superintendent of ,

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. Sumterville. (FORMERLY THE IDLE HOUR)
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. SUWANEE
Duval, 1st Tuesday. in November. JACKSON. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. ylINDOVt[ GLASS
; FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge George F. Baltzell. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. ,
1 Term Clerk-Frank Philips. Sheri -John R. Sessions, Live Oak. ,
Spring Sheriff: -Andrew Scott. Collector Revenue Wilson H. Sessions
of ,
IMarch.arion4th'Tuesday : .
Sumter 3d Tuesday
Treasurer-James E.: Heam. Live Oak. NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
{ in March.
Collector of Retcnuc-John B. Anderson. Schools-A. W. :Mizzell ALL SIZES.
/, Putnam 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of ,
Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. Welborn.
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON VOLUSIA COUNTY. THIS with the public, located near the

March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello., County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- Strathmore Hotel and the Railroad Depot, PAINT BRUSHES, .
j Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday. Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. prise.ClerkH.. has been fitted up as a first-class refreshment
in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. saloon for the accommodation of the travel-

'*.' Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Sheriff Barton'F. Brooke, Enterprise. ing public, as well,as the home people.

yi Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Collector of Revenue .Drudy,Emporia. SHELLAO;,
Ii Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New COOL LAGER BEER,

Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. Smyrna. FINE LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
#r a Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA,COUNTY.
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. ,will be made specialty. A SODA-WATER HARD OIL
County Judge-R. S. Smith.
+ in November. ,
STAND will also'be run in connection with
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Sheriff-Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. the institution, for the people. .
liiit Spring Term- Coma./ Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. CLAM CHOWDER AND LUNCHES at
Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby. Superintendent. of Schools-E. Y. Watts,, all hours. RAW AND BOILEDLINSEED
F Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Crawfordville. BATHING SUITS TO LET.
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. County Treasurer.W. W. Walker, Craw. Give us a
Dade 3d in fordville. call.JULIUS
i Monday April. KLOTZ Manager.
it Pall Term- County Treasurer A. L. Morgan, New Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- OIL.KALSOMINE

i;' ; Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy.. fordville. j .
"+ Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of'Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. WALTON, i BILL-HEADS. NOTE-HEADS, LET

}+r Brevard.4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. County Judge-Daniel McLeod Sr. I I etc., neatly printedat
,i Dade, 2d Monday in November.County the MIRROR office
t LEON COUNTY. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. .

County Judge-E. M.,West,Tallahassee. Sheriff--John C. McSween.. :
4 Treasurer-James E. Bowers.
Sheriff-John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. FOR SAL.E.
'i ,
( ALACHUA. Clerk--C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret'enue'v. B. McLeod.

i '" County Judge-Junius,C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools Henry, N.Felkel, Superintendent of Schools=G.'C.:Gunn. ,-THE-

ville.., Tallahassee.V
k Clerk-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. Teasurer-J. L. Demilly'' Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. Domingo Acosta Grant All Shades 50 CENTS per Pack-

: Sheriff S. C. Tucker Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ,

CoUtctorof Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines-. hassee. Clerk-D. D. Melvin. .-CONTAININGNEARLY of Five Pounds.
'4 ville. LEVY COUNTY. Sheriff S. W. Davis. age

'4 Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.' Treasurer-% Thomas J. Miller. 2,000 ACRES,
Gainesville. Collector of Ret'enue-John Roche.
Sheriff-W. H. Bigham, Bronson. ,Bush.:
Superintendent Schools-Henry
Collector of Revenue W. H. Anderson, FACING THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AND
; County-Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. '

;! f Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, LUCY COTTAGE DUNN'S CREEK. QEO. F. LEWIS
Sheriff J. W., Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson.
i Collector'uf'R'' v mLe-J. W. Burnsed, San- Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, The property adjoins the town of SAN
LIBERTY. MATEO, and offers one of the best landings
}' crson.Superintendent
Schools Wm. Lessene County JII.dge-R. F. Hosford. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. on'the St. John's River. It has a front-
nderson. Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. age of two miles on Dunn's Creek. No. 45 CENTRE STREET,

BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriff-D. G. Harrell. Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,withor Titles direct from the Spanish Governmentto
y TreUurer-J. E. Roberts. without,board. Table Boarders will be the,original owners. .
C County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler.' Collector of Reren-ae-L. G. Wilder. ; accommodated; also transient. T. A. ACOSTA,' Adm'r.H. .
Clerk-Henry; F.York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. Gregory. ; 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. H. LINVILLE, Attorney. FERN. N INA, LORIDA.t .

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._ THE. FLORIDA :MIRROR : JUNE. 12. 18 6. :


OF ,.FRENCH "AS' SHE I:' with .
DIR lCTOnr I' on Withlacoochee Branch for Eanasoffkee Pullman Palace Cars between Savannah and
SPUK 1;" IX COOKING. leaving Wildwood at 9.35 a m: at Waldo with Tampa, via Gainesville. -
IS f I ft :No. 12 from Cedar Key and at'Baldwin with No. Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville and

Awick-Savoy jelly for cold dishes. ,ESTAI3LIsHED1873.: ,. 6 to Jacksonville and No. 9 on Western Division Washington.Through .
for all points West on that division at Callahan Tickets sold to all
points by and
Dishes prepared with -- with Fast Mail for all
Au gratia points East. steamship connections and baggage checked
crumbs and baked. No. 4 is night train through from Tavares to through. Also Sleeping Car berths and sections
cauce and ;: : "$ DRUGS and MEDICINES Jacksonville connecting with Tavares, Orlando secured at Company Office in Astor's building,
Vouchees Very tiny patties, or, { HMW ViK & Atlantic train with Sleeper from Orlando; at 82 Bay street and at Passenger Station and on
Waldo with No. 22
afternoon accommodation
board People's Line'Steamers ", H.B. Plant" and
cake.-s as name indicates-mouthfuls.Ijaha train from Cedar Key, and. at Baldwin with No. "Chattahoochee." and DeBary-Baya Line Steamer -
20 for Fernandina. "City of Jacksonville" ,
-A peculiar, sweet French ,
: : :, HORSEY & CO., JAS. L. TAYLOR,
t-cake. ,:" '. Fernandina & General Passenger Agent.
: Branch.
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., ti'q \1.\'v'. ''. B. G. FLEMING Superintendent.
Bf-hamel-A rich, white sauce :{).v. ) "',.b''J'-: ,< ,.

stock. ,'1.ti GOING NORTH Week Days. Sunday.Lv .
with :f.1''i1t1fi ] t mail" ; '
A white made of -- "Q, \!;,..t1.; ,"tlt. ..u.. ';. .,: ,' =I PHARMACISTSCentre 1 Jacksonville 925AM 5.00PM: OA (' 5.35PM Florida Southern Railway Co.
Bisque- soup : :' l.;VM. -I :: Ar Fernandina. 11.00_ 6.10" 10.10 6.-15"
'. /r". ";4r.
To article .' .... .. . Lv Fernandina. 7.00 AM 2.45 7.00 4.00PM .
Blanch I '''oM. "' Street.FERNANDINAFLORIDA AM AM :
To place any \-1' -
:d -:: ,: I t > e: : Ar Jacksonville 8.10" 4.25" f 8.10". 5-10 GOING
the fire till it bolls, then plunge it SOUTH.
on ,
in cold water to whiten poultrY''cgetlbleR \ ".',:\ H j 'i4....,"':. : .!<. '.' Fiat J1aiZ y. Daily Sllnday.Ex. Acoom'la Daily.

etc. to remove the skinbimmersing .. '.',; constantly on hand a fine assort- Withlacoochee Branch. Pllatka..y.v 10.00 a Lv 3.30 P .....;......._
\ ; ; KEEP ; .JunC"J.T.&K.W..1r 10.15 a jAr 3.40p ... .......
in boiling water. of FRESH and PURE FOR- Interlachen........Ar 11.07 ?
; GOING NORTH. GOING SOUTH. a Ar 4.15 p ... :__....
clear :.: :i.... ..,_ ,.... ',_:. EIGN and DOMESTIC Wait's Crossin .....Ar 11.43 a Ar 4.52p ....._......
Bouillon-A soup, strongerthan :; ; i'I' : : Lv St.Catherine 4.00PM LvwildwoaL..9.35AM Rochelle ..............Ar 12.00 a Ar 6.13 p _....... ..

broth, yet not so.strong as con1'1' Drugs and Chemicals Wildwood" Panasoffkee..... 5.20 5.50 "" Ar" Panasoffkee.10.10 St.Catherine11,10 "" Gainesville........ .Ar 12.-15 a Ar 5.40 p .........._

is reduced" Gainesville ....__Lv.11.30 a Lv 4.4Op _...:_ ......
somme, w soup. Rochelle ......_......Lv 12.21 a Lv 5.13 p 6.55 aIicanopy.

Braise--Meat cooked in a closely- Homeopathic and Patent :Medicines, :\ ............................ ............... 7.-15 a
covered stew-pan so that it retains CONNECTIONS.At Evinston....._.... ..I.v 12.-IJ: p Lv 5.3'P 8.O: a
Callahan with Savannah Florida & "Vestem Lochbie..Lv 12.55 p Lv 5.40 8.50
it: own flavor and those .of the vegetables Proprietary and. Fancy Goods, Railway, for Savannah Macon Atlanta,- Ocala_...........:......Jy .52 p Lv 6.25 P P 1000 a a

Charleston! Washington, New York .Welshton.\r 2.15 pr 6.-14p
and flavorings put with It. DOWNEY !Baltimore 1.22p
: FINE TOILET ARTICLES Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points South Lake Weir..Ar 3.05 p Ar 7.27 p 2.2'1
Brioche-A very rich,unsweetened West and Northwest.At Conant.................Ar 3.H p Ar 7.36p 2.48p
Silver Spring with Ocklawaha River steamers Leesbul'g'.Ar 3.53p Ar 8.0'p ,4.20
French cake, made with yeast. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ; at St. Catherine with Florida Southern Rail- Center IIil_.........Ar -'423p ............?. ......_.....P.
Cannelon-Stuffed rolled-up meat. Is now receiving in the way, for Brooksville. Bartow and Tampa;' at 'Pem berton's F'rr.-\r 5.12p. ............... ......_......
IN 'GREAT VARIETY Orlando with South :Florida Railroad for Sanford. Brooksyille.Ar 6lOp .....?........ ....._......
Coomme-Clear: soup or bouillon Lakeland and Tampa; at Cedar Key with Steamer Dinner ".t Welshton at 2.15 pm ; Supper at
till rich i. Governor Safford Sunday and Wednesday, for ti..J5 p m.
down e. con- $ Physicians' Prescriptions
very ; Manatee and
f Tampa.
St. John's & Lake
sumed. CITY MART carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Eustis Division.
reasonable prices. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Fat Mail Mail Daily Ex
Croquettes-A savory mince Qf fish Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Da ll. Daily. Sunday.

made with into days and Saturdays at 5.10p. m.,connecting with Leesburg..Lv 4.00p ................ Lv 11.la a
sauce shapesand
or fowl, the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sail- Fort \lason..At' 4.50 p ............... Ar 12-45 p
fried. -HIS- ing semi-weekly for New York direct. Fort Mason......................_ Lv 9.20 a...............
Eustis..................Ar 5.05 p Ar 9.30 a Ar 1.00 p
Croustades-Fried forms of breadto SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Tavares..Ar 5.35p Ar 10.10 a...............

minces or other meats SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY RAILROADS. Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville 9.25 a. m. Lane Park..Ar 5.45 p Ar 10.25 a.. ..............
serve upon. Wednesday and Friday,connects with the elegant Altoona.:...........;..Ar 645p' ............... ........._....
Entree-A small dish, generally Steamer St.Nicholas-inside route for Brunswick, Pittman._........ ..Ar 7.04p ..... ....?... ............... "\
served between the courses at dinner. Darien Savannah, connecting with steamers for Astor...................Ar S10p ............... .......?..._.
-oF- FloridaRailway&NaYigationCo Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. GOING NORTH.
A of .
Fondue light preparation '
CUMBERLAND ROUTE. Fast Mail Mail Ac. Daily

melted cheese. Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville daily at VailDaily.. Ex.Sun.
boiled and beatento FOREIGN AND DOMESTICDRYeGOOS SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 3,1886. 9.25 a. m., except Sunday connects with elegant Astor................._Lv 7.00 a............... ...............
Fondant-Sugar -- Steamer Thos.Collyer,for Brunswick, and through Pittman .?...........Lv 8.01 a............... ...............
pastc.Hol1audaiscA. CENTRAL MERIDIAN TIME. ,trains of the East!: Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia, : Altoona............ Lv 8205 .............._ ...............
creamy and Brunswick & Western Railroads Lane Park.......,....Lv 9.00 a Lv 4.20p ......,........
rich sauce, something (One hour slower than Washington D. C., and 33 A. o. MACDONELL Tavares..Lv 9.10 a Lv 4.35 p ...... .....,.
minutes faster than Jacksonville LocaL) General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Eustis...................Lv 9.40 a Lv 5.20 p Lv ?1.20
: like hot mayonnaise. WALTER G. COLEMAN, Fort Mason........Lv 9.55 a Ar 4.45p' Lv 2.5op '
Matelote-A rich fish stew with I :[ } WESTERN DIVISION. General Traveling Agent. Lecsb1rg..1L..Ar! 11.00 aMain ......_.....i. Ar, 3.35p

F. B. P PAPY Line.
Traffic Manager.D. .
GOING WEST. No. 1. No. 9.
salad dressnO' E. MAXWELL lbst MailDaily.
Mayonnaise-A rich Leave Jacksonville............... 8.00 a m 3.00 p m General Daily Ex.. Acccm'nSunday.
I. ................... Superintendent. Daily.
Baldwin. 8.45" 4.10" Brooksville....... Lv 8.20 .............
.4 ................. uIe a. ...............
-AND- Lake city 10.10" 6.03 Pemberton'sF'ryLv 9.40a ...............
......... ....
and white of
Meringue-Sugar egg Ie Live Oak................... 10.59"Ie 7.04"Ie Savannah, Florida &Western R'y. I Center Hill..Lv 10.25 a............... ..........?.....
Ellaville...................11.28 7.45
Leesburg .....:......_Lv 11.05 Lv .. .
beaten to sauce.MarinadeA. i a 6.35 a. .....
Madison..:.................. 12.01" 8.35 Ie ?
FANCY ARTICLES Conant ..... .........Lv 11.34 Lv 7.00 .. .
a a. .......
liquor of spices, vinegar Drifton_..................... .1.07 Ie 10.05 u WAYCKOSS SHORT LINE.All South Lake?WeirLv 11.43 a Lv 7.06 a..?.............

etc. in which fish or meats are Arrive Monticello................. 1.30 p m 10.35 p m : *Welshton............Ar 12.12p Ar 7.24 a............... r.
Leave Tallahassec.................. 2.20 p m 12.00 trains of this Road are run by Central Stand. Ocala..................Ar 1.OOp Ar 8.14 a.....?..,.....
steeped before cooking. CONSISTING IN PART OF- Quincy...................... 3.15" 1.52 a m ard time. Lochbie...............Ar 1.;3 p Ar .9.04 a....,....
warmed in Arrive River Junction.......... 4.00 Ie 3.25" Evinston ..............Ar 2.07 p Ar 9.14 a Lv 4.53 p
Miroton-Cold meat TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. Micanopy..........................? ............? Lv 5.45p I
various ways, and dished in circular Victoria Laws Train No. 1 makes close connection\ at River will leave and Rochelle..Ar 2.35p Ar 9.37: a Ar 6.30p
TRAINS arrive
Piques, PASSENGER Gainesville..........Ar 3.20 p Ar 10.05 a ..._._
form. Junction with through train on the Louisville & : .
Nashville for New Orleans and all points South- Gainesville.........Lv 1.5p Lv 9.055 .......?......
Purse-This name is given to very Plain and, Dotted Swiss Lawns, west; arriving at DeFuniak at 7.25 p m.Pensacola NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. Rochelle.Ar 2.25 p Ar 9.30 a...............
Jacksonville............... ................ 7:35 Wait's
10.10 m, Mobile 2.25 a m., and New Orleans at Leave ? am Crossing..Ar p Ar 10 00 a........... ,
thick soups, the ingredients for thick- Tape Checks and Stripes 7.20 a p m.Close Arrive Jacksonville................................. 7:30 p m Interlachenr 3.55 p Ar 10.33 a............?..?. :
which have been rubbed connection is made at Flomaton for all Leave Callahan..........................:............ 8:18 a m June J, T & K W-Ar 4.37p Ar 11.20 a. ,
ening points North and West; through a sieve.Poulett&Suuce. Light Prints (Suitable for the Season) at 7.15 am, Nashville pm, Evansville 2.30 pm, Brunswick via B & W R R.......:... 1:50 p m Breakfast at Welhston at 7.sVa m.
A bechamel St Louis 8pm,Chicago 7.05 a m,Cincinnati 6.35 a m. Arrive Thomasville...........................;....1:37 p m STEAMERS A.Jl LANE AND DISPATCH .
sauce, Irish Linens- Table Cloths No. 1..has Sleeper which runs through from Arrive Bainbridge_.... ............................ 3:35 p m
which white wine and sometimeseggs ; Jacksonville to Montgomery without, change.No. .Arrive Chattahoochee.......;..;.................. 4:04 p m Make daily double round trips of Lakes Eustis
9 makes close connection at River Junction Arrive Pensacola L & N R R.......:.....10:10 p m and Harris, touching at all landings.CONNECTIONS. .
are added.RaoiltA Towels, Napkins, Doileys, with Louisville &Nashville train for Montgomery Arrive Mobile via L & N R R................... 2:30 a m
rich, brown stew, with i and points North and West; arriving DeFu Arrive New Orleans via L & N R R......... 750 a m .

mushrooms vegetables etc. I Irish and Hamburg Edgins, niak at 8.20 a m, Pensacola 1230p m, Montgomery Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand At Pnlatka, with Jacksonville
7.55 p m, Nashville 7.20 a m, St. Louis 8 pm, New Orleans, via Pensacola and Mobile. West Tampa &: Key
Railway, and fast river steamers, for St. Au-
A of several fla- Chicago 7.00 m, Cincinnati 6.35 m.
Piquante- sauce p p
FAST MAIL. Augustine Green Cove ,
Domestic Shirting Sheeting etc.A Springs, Jacksonville, and
vors acid predominating. This train carries Sleeper through from Jacksonville Leave Jacksonville...................:............. 2:00 p m ,all points North, East and West, and with up-river
to DeFuniak without change.GOING' Arrive Jacksonville.................................12:00 n'n steamers for South Florida : also with tAe new
Quenelles-Forcemeat with bread, Leave Callahan....................................... 2:45: p m twin-screw iron steamship 'City Palatka." and :
of KICE LINE OF- EAST. I No. 2. No. 10. Leave Chattahoochee..............:"...............11:30 a m steamship City Monticello.. for Charleston, New
yolk eggs, highly seasoned, and Leave River Junction.......... 11.30 a m 12.3.5 a m Leave Thomasville.................................. 1:40 p m York Boston, Philadelphia etc.
formed with a spoon to an oval Quincy......................12.17 P m 1.52 Arrive Waycross ...................................... 4:40 p m I Mail trains make close connection both ways
u Tallnha. see...........;;... 1.15 Ie 3.45" Arrive Jesup..........................................- 6:15 p m via Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway at
t shape, then poached and used either, Drifton....................... .2.20 Ie 4.50" Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G............ 835' p m Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast Line-fast mail.

as a dish by themselves READY-MADE OLHN t Arrive Monticello._................ 3.05 5.05 Arrive Savannah.................................... 758 p m At Gainesville with through Pullman Sleepersover
or garnish.., p m a m ,Arrive Charleston................................... 1:25 a m Savannah Florida & Western Railway, for
Remoulade-A salad dressing different Leave Madison........... .......... 3.22 pm ,5.58 a m Arrive Wilmington..................................8:20 a m New Orleans, Cedar Key, Pensacola, Savannah
... ......... .... h ,
Ellayille... 3.53" 6.35 Arrive ''"cldon.- 2:15 p m Albany, Montgomery, Louisville St. and
from mayonnaise, in that thee 1 I Live Oak..................... 4.20" 7.05" Arrive Richmond.................................._ 6:00 p m all points West. Louis !
r Black Silk Alpaca Coats 'I Bald\vin..................... 6.30 II 10.j Arrive Baltimore......................................12:35 a m Company, and hacks, for Silver Spring.
a mortar with mustard, herbs, etc. Arrive Jacksonville................,7.15 II lUiS II Arrive Philadelphia..................................3:45 a m At Astor with St. John's River steamers, for
Ri:>solc-Rich mince meat fish I I Arrive New York...:.................................6:50 a m Jacksonville, Sanford and way landings.
or No. 2 makes close connection.at River Junction Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand At Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake Eustis
rolled in thin pastry and fried. And New Styles in Seersucker Suits, with Louisville & Nashville trains from New Or- i New Division of the Florida Sonthern Railway, and I
Roux-A leans and from Chicago St. Louis, Cincinnati, i York.EAST boats on Lakes Harris and J<:Kustis for points on :
cooked mixture of butter Montgomery.; Has through Sleeper from Mont FLORIDA EXPRESS. Lakes.At .

and flour for thickening gomery.No. Leave Jacksonville.................................. 4:30: p m Pemberton's Ferry, with South Florida Rail- :
soups 1t&-'A BARGAIN. u1 10 makes close connection with trains from Arrive Jacksonville..................... .........11:30 a m road, for Lakeland Tampa, Kissimmee, Bartow, }
and stews. Montgomery and North, and has Sleeper from Leave Callahan.................;..................... 5:14 p m Orlando Sanford, Tuckcrtown and Fort Dade. i
Salmi-A rich DeFuniak Springs. Arrive Callahan..................................._..10:46 a m O. W. BROMWELL, .
stew of game, cut Leave Way cross..... ....................-........... 7:30 p m General Passenger Agent.A. '
up and dressed when half roasted. STRAW AND FUR HATS Arrive Waycross.......... ........................... 8.2oam C. CGWAN,
SOUTHERN DIVISION. Leave Gainesville....'.........., .................. 3:50 p m General Traveling Agent.
Santer To toss meat, etc., over Leave Lake City................ .................... 3:45 p m SHERMAN COXA T, I;
the fire in a little fat. GOING SOUTII No. 7. No. 5. Ko. 3. No. 19. Leave Live Oak...................................... 7:10pm General Manager. '
: Men's Boys' Ladies' and Misses'AITER& Lv Fernandina. 10.10.H 4.10PM Leave Thomasville............,.... ...............11:15pm _
Souffle-A very light, much whip- Callahan..:... 11.30 7.25 Arrive Albany_....................................... 1:30 a m i iJ iI

ped up pudding or omelette. LvJacksonville..11.45AM/ 8.45PM ............ Arrive Arrive Mobile Montgomery via L via& N Central R R ....R....R.............-. 2:10 8-00 p a m m i

Tinibale-A sort of pie in a mold. II Baldwin..12.50PM 12.:<<> 10.00" 9.SOPM Arrive New Orleans via L& N R R........ 7:30 p m
G I;& &SO E&S AND &SLIPPERS& Highland.... 1.27" 10.57 I i HBBNo. \Arrive Nashville via L& :N R R..............., 7:10 p m
Yol-au-ycnts-Patties of very light Lawtey........ 1.43" .. 11.16" ; Arrive Louisville via L& N R R-............ 2:2o a m SEAALL J
puff paste made without dish .II. Starke'......... 2.04" .. o. 11. 1142; 'I I. .2 1. ,Arrive Cincinnati via L& N R R............. 6:35 a m '
a or Waldo ......... 2.45 Ie 2.45 PM 12.30 AM 4.15AM Arrive St. Louis via L & N R R.;............... 7:40: a m

mold, and filled with meats or pre- t7uaRELLAS"TRUNKS :: : Gaincsville_ 3.30 6.25 Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand

serves, etc.-Catherine Owen in Good Archer......... 4.20 8.20 St. Louis via Thomasville, Albany, Montgomery I
Bronson....... 4.50 9.10 and Nashville. FIRST-CLASS
Housekeeping.: Cedar Key... 6.45" If 12.2.')I'M

AND SATCHELS. Lv.. Hawthorne.. 3.25p\t 1.37 A1\" Leave Jacksonville.JACKSONVILLE.............EXPRESS............:....... 9:30 p m 3toi'ogejer.s' nowkcflD: it for Sole ;
The City Government. Citra............ a.57".. 2.24 Arrive Jacksonville................................. 8:05 a m
-t ""SilyerSpring 4.42 Leave Callahan....... ..............................10:20 p m
*. And a great .variety of other, goods too Ie Ocala......... 4.57 3.37 Arrive Waycross ...................... ..............12:35: a m
mention. Wildwood.... 6.04 5.14 .............. 5:30
Mayor-James numerous to Arrive Albany via B & W R R. a m
McGiffin. .., .Thankful for past favors, Lecsburg..... 6.37 5.52 ,Arrive Macon via Central R R................. 9:40 a m THE BESTBaking
....... 7.00" 6.30
Ar Tavarcs.
Morris. Arrive Atlanta via Central R R........._.... 1:35: p m
Clerk-George E. Wolff. M. DOWNEY. .No. 7 is through train from Fernandina to Tav- Arrive Jesup .........................................- 2:15 a m
As-ses or-Jolin Stays.: ares, connecting at Callahan with Fast Mail from Arrive Brunswick via E T, V& G R R..... 6:00 a m Powder1THE1RLD.'
Collector' -Oliver S.-Oakes. Fernandina, April 10, 1886. the East, at BI1.1dwinith train from Jackson- Arrive Macon via E T, V & G R B............ 8:30 a m
Treasurer-Thomas :ville, and also No. 10 from all points on Western Arrive Atlanta via E T, V &G R R.........12:05 n'n
Board Kvdd. Division; at Waldo with No. 11 for Cedar Key, Arrive Cincinnati via Cin South'n R'y_... 6:50 a m
of Aldermen-G.
President -
F. Avery and at Tavares with Tavares, Orlando and Atlan- Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir Buffet I r.f
; G. Stork R. E. Robinson, ,V. Dorsey, tic train for Orlando.No. Caes via Waycross, Ibany and :Macon and via f

Reuben Walker. B. MacDonald, R. Wilkcrn. t-, -- ..- ..--t--,, .,:; 3 is through train from Jacksonville to Tav Waycross,Jesup and Macon,between Jacksonvilleand
n. P. Kelly, Charles H. Berg. ." \. ,'" .'r!!'" '''''';''''-,'.:!>- ,,;- .!'i' "\ .. ares connecting at Baldwin with evening train Cincinnati. Also, through Passenger Coaches
Standing committees of the Council : ,,' "l' .:1 .1 f' ;. "f>::o:.t;;' ."; from Fernandina and at Tavares next morning between Jacksonville and Chattanooga,via Al-

On Finance! Laws and Ordinances .. ..,..'_. .. ,:w:!, -. ,'<'lI:1;; ;,, with Tavares,Orlando & Atlantic train for Orlan- bany; and Jacksonville and Cincinnati via Jesup. TO PARENTS.
; on ; on ., "
Rule do, connecting at that point with South Florida .
s : on Printing Taxes and Licenses: This SAVANNAH EXPRESS.Leave powders are perniciousto
; on train for Tampa and intermediate points. Many baking very
(_' Stark: Chairman, Aldermen Berg and ," train carries Sleeper through from Jacksonvilleto Jacksonville .............. .............._ 9:30 p m health/and while every one regards his
Robinson. : ;. Orlando. Arrive Jacksonville_......................:........ 8:05 a m own he should also have a care for the tender
On '' .; '. ; '.\ Leave Callahan........................._........_1050 p m ones-the little children.
Streets and Drains; on Public Improvements ;: :: ; GOING NORTH No: & No. 4. Arrive Callahan....................................... 7:05 a m

; on Lamps and Lighting" 'j .: ....... 7.20 8.05'Pl\( Leave Gainesville.................. .................. 350 p m FOAM
greets ; on City Property; on Scavenger LvTavares." _... 7.47"AI I 8.52 Arrive Gainesville _................................. 9:35 a m SEA
ark: P. Kelly Chairman Aldermen :: Ie Leesburg.'Yildwood._ 8.16 h 9.4.' h Leave Lake City....................:..............- 3.15 p m contains none of the bad qualities of baking
.. .. ; I .............. .................. ..10:00am
stark and y- (f :' ... ...... 9.20 11.25 ,Arrive Lake City ? ? soda"or saleratus. It contains BO
On Robinson. j. v\;, ( '.!.1; 1'/-.:"f jii.f a' Ocala.Silver ; 9.3.3" ............, Leave Live Oak.;..................................... 7:10 p m hurtful powders ingredient alum or ammonia. ,I
Fire Department; on, :Police: Charles t ? t <,< ., .4 .Spr'g.....:.... 10.17" 12.47 o\ Arrive Live Oak;.......?...............?......-.... 6lo a m
H.1)ers, Chairman, Aldermen. Walker and '":" \ "" ', Citra 10.49 .. o. 12. 1.37 Ao(1 No.lI_) Arrive Thomasville.....?......................... 7:50 a m
"ilkerbon.. Hawthorne I Arrive Albany_.........................-.............11:50 a m SCIENTIFIC.All :
On Poor Lv Cedar Key... .7.15 A\ 2.00PM Arrive Montgomery via Central R R...._. /53 p m.
; on Cemetery ; on \Vharves and ) .; Bronson:_... 9.10," 4.50 Arrive :Nashville via L & N R R.............. 7:10 a m Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam
Slips: R. E. Robinson, Chairman and Al' : .i Archer_..... ;: 9.40 5'50" Arrive Louisville via L& N R R ..........- 250 p m commend it. Housekeepers who have used it
dermen Berg and Dorsey. Gaines\ille.:: 10.35" f; 8.45" Arrive Cincinnati via L& N R R..........?.6:3a p m will have no other. Cooks, whose best efforts .
: > ', Ie I via L & N R R........... ... 8:00: p m have failed with other powders are jubilantover
11.25 10.00
: : : t L.Waldo .........11.35 AM 2.30 Aar f Arrive St. Louis
FOR FINE PRINTING, SEND YOUR '" ...:;.- .,., a' Starke......... ,,3.00 Ie .. Arrive Waycross _...........:..............-.....:._..i2:3 a m Sea Foam. Saves>ftme,saves labor,saves
Pt>>ci>! ,,' ':, II W R R....... ... 7:40 a m, money.
B &
:; ....... 3.35 Brunswick via ?
,to the MIRROR office.; ,', ::; I' .Jfj-{ rr. $,;0.lei .4 Lawtey.Highland.... 12.2OPl\I' :No. p. 3.5.5" t :No.20. Arrive Arrive Jesup_..................._.......-.......... f:}?a m It is positively unequaled. Ab!*>restaurants lute 1 pure. I

.'::; .<<'nl'-;' : ;,. ,, :;\.. :.1::t' Baldwin...... 1.50PM 5.00" 5.00.u. Arrive Savannah-.............:...................... : <> a m used in; New by York the leading and hotels and the country.For .
Warranty .-. n ............._..... ..:....... -2oo m city throughout
and Mortgage Deeds .: Jacksonville ._......... 2.35 5.50" .. ......... Arrive Charleston sale all first.elass "
: Callahan._. 2.45" 8.10 Arrive Wilmington ................ .....:.......... 830 pm by grocers.
TINES PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN .; .' Ar'Fernandina. 4.00 { 10.10 Arrive Richmond...,.....................?...... .. 5:48 p m
sent upon receipt of 2-cen Arrive Washington ...................... .......:..1030: a m GANTZ, JONES & CO.,

tunp. Address ,. ., ..., :; ;' ; .? ,y. ., : No. 8 is through'train from Tava-es to Fernan- Arrive Baltimore .....................:...........-12:0a p m
"\'11" ," ', .. ... ................. :37 m 176 Duane St. JNT. T.
FLORIDA MIRROR, : .r ,;- : ;.!' : .' : ,. '. dina, connecting at Tavares with Tayares, Orlando Arrive Philadelphia .. : p .
;)6 Fernandina Fla. ; 3. .pj!: i ''' & Atlantic train from Orlando: at Wildwood Arrive New York ......._...."" .......?......- a-30 P m
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". .. ... THE ,FLORIUA, MIRROR: : JUNE 12.. 1S86 f' 'n... .

Shipments from This Port. Rev. Mr. Weed Accepts.At .
During the past week the,following ship- the Annual Council of the',Protestant

ments were made from this port via the New Episcopal Church, held this week in Pa I

(S.OO A YEAR; $1.00 ,FOR SIX MONTHS York steamship line: latka; the following letter of acceptance was OE SURER GOODS'II

'- Per steamship State of Texas, for New read from the Rev E. J. Weed, of Augusta,
Reflections.City .. York, June 11-54,000 feet' lumber, 1,071 ,Bishop-elect'of the Diocese of Florida : I
-- logs cedar, 3fi9) cases cedar, 110 barrels rosin,
AUGUSTA, GA., May,20, 1886.
J Council meets next Wednesday.The 58 barrels spirits, 700 packages vegetables,65 .
To the Rev. R. H. Weller, ,D.D.. Colonel J. J.
barrels cotton seed oil,75 packages merchan
Strathmore opened for the season last Daniel a-nd. Committee of the Council of
Thursday. dise. Florida: We invite attention to the following seasonable goods :
DEAR SIRS-Your communication informing ,
Jeweler Benjamin returned from the Mrs. Grundy Says me of my election to the Episcopate of ICE CREAM FREEZERS-The "White Mountain and "Gem "

,. North this week. That a typographical error in the local Florida by the Council of that Diocese, held triple
returned from her March'31st, 1886. has long remaihed unan- motion.
Miss Annie Papy has column last week perpetrated another "good
swered. An election to the Episcopate is,a
visit to SIfddle'Florida. __ joke on Schneider;" call of no ordinary character, and demands WATER, COOLERS-All sizes.

Eddie Jordan has become a member, of That Dr. Snyder most.emphatically repu- prayerful and earnest consideration. The V

the Fernandina Volunteers. diates the statement that his office is now responsibilities of the office are such as well REFRIGERATORS Various styles and prices, at our, Furniture, Store
make man hesitate.
may any .
located Jacksonville '
I Mrs. Julius Stark, of Gainesville, is visiting near ; After prayerful and earnest considerationthe on Centre Street.
I her relatives in this city,'with her son. .,That the Doctor has been "looking downin call appears to me to be Divine and demanding '. .
the mouth" !since he read that notice (in obedience. So considering it, I FRUIT JARS-Mason's, all sizes. /"__
I Rev. C. A. Apple, of West Florida, will fact'he has looked down several of them), hereby signify ,my acceptance of the posi- .
'ii hold services at St. Peter's Episcopal church who made the has tion suhject to the approval of the Bishop MONITOR, OIL STOVES -Superior to all others.
and the compositor error and standing committee of the church,
j to-morrow. not dared to say toothache this week, fear- looking for strength from the Divine headto

1 Mrs. Swearingen: living on the county ingfcthat the Doctor may claim an opportu- bear the responsibilities of the office.

{I road, near the machine !shops:, died yesterday nity of getting even. Should my selection be approved I trust I
shall have the aid and comfort of the devoted -
of typho-malerial fever. That though "every cloud has a silver ,efforts! tyf: the members of the diocese,

!i Paymaster W. Xaylor Thompson, of_ the lining" the one hanging over this place, both clerical and, lay, to advance) the inter- :. IN UR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
of its silver to ests of Christ's kingdom here on earth
1' Florida Railway & Navigation Co., starts on does not'drop any any great
Praying that God's blessing may rest upon
11. his monthly round next,week. extent; you and the diocese at large, I am .

!. ',: This office is indebted to Mr. J. T. Gunn That the "good time coming" has been a Yours truly.

I for !some excellent and seasonable vegeta- long time over-due. (Signed) ..,, EDWIN J.,WEED. We :have all the, Seasonable Goods, both for the Household and for Pic-
That the Old "maash walk is in a
raised in the at
bles, gardens Dungencss. Died,
condition bordering on an early collapse; :nics, Excursions, etc.
". Masters Fr Marianno, and Mat. Papy, On Tuesday morning last, after an illness of
That the residents in this suburb are com-
I gave a very pleasant entertainment to their pelled to leave off an extra finger or two in several weeks, Mrs. BELLE SMITH, wife of BUTTER, LARD and CHEESE kept cool and hard in our Mammoth
,. friends, last evening, at the residence of Col. Mr. John Smith and only daughter of Mr.
their libationsto, enable them to successfully
F. B. I'apy.Miss and Mrs. John S. Lee. Refrigerator.
navigate the rickety structure;
r Amelia Stark and Miss Annie B. That this is another discriminating fact Died, B" Everything at bottom prices.

j. : Hill were passengers on the Mallory steam- against our trade that should be correctedthe In this city, on the morning June 10th,

ship State of Texas yesterday morning, enl Board of Trade or the Council should in the 2M year of his age. of gastritis, to
the inexpressible grief of his family JOHN
i ; route fbr New England. ,
inspect thoroughfare. TOMPKINS ,eldest: son of Mr. John Tompkins -
i John J. Rutiihauser, of the Atlantic Pavilion That everything about Fernandina"makes of St. Mary's, Ga.

, } I has purchased Bob South wick's bicycle haste slowly-even the! artesian well and The Mirror makes this record with more FRED W. HOYT & CO.

which he proposes to let out to ,the those wharf improvements feel the general than ordinary regret, inasmuch as Mr. "

patrons of the pavilion. incubus. Tompkins and his family are but recent so-

Mrs. W.: G. Coleman, wife of the General That the Board of Trade seems to be los journers in our community having moved

Traveling Passenger Agent of the Florida ing its grip-the last call did not secure a from St. ,In '"during the'past year to avail

I Railway & Navigation Company, is stoppingat quorum. themselves' the educational advantages

That we are becoming a community of offered in our for the
the Strathmore, with her daughter. community younger

Large shipments of excellent vegetables "humble petitioners" judging from the members.In FRED W. HOYT & CO.

numerous "prayers" that have been circu- their present deep affliction the family
,are now being made weekly by the farmersin
this neighborhood. We learn that the lated for signatures of late. have the sincerest sympathy of our citizens

prices obtained so far have been very fair. That the Jacksonville newspaper quarrel and the wishes that the Almighty might
looks more like a Jonah-and-whale story give them strength to bear it.
The Spanish brig J. Ortso, Captain M.: FFFFF U U RRRR NN N II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEEF
than,as an Ocala paper puts it, a whale-and- The body was taken by the steamer Martha
t Llorca, arrived in port Thursday from Porto F U UR R NX NII T U R RE
minnow affair: Jonah is evidently inside to St. :Mary's yesterday noon arid, after the
Rico, seeking. The Ortso hails from Alii-
wL7.. the whale and worrying him into shallow funeral services in the Methodist Church UUR RNN NIT T U U R RE
cante, Spain. She is now lying at the outer
water, preparatory to being thrown up." there, conducted by the Rev. E.G. Chandler, FFFF U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEEF

quarantine.On That Amelia beach is the paradise of the of this city, it was interred in the beautiful F U URRNNNIITU R R E

On Sunday passengers from Fernandina wheelsman, and happy is he who lives in cemetery of that town. F U URRNUR'RN NNII T U UR REF

i, can now go over to St. Augustine in the Fernandina and owns a bicycle; -.- F U XX II T U R REF
and make connection Masonic.
morning with our That the bicycle is the modern treadmill -

train for Fernandina at Jacksonville in theM which the operator works for pleasure, Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. & A., M., meets

evening. It is thus possible now for the instead of penance'; in regular communication on Monday' even-

"" citizens of Fernandina to spend the day in That she wishes Wheelsman Lewis,would ing next, June 14th, at the Lodge room, in

' St. Augustine and be at home 'again at a get that tricycle, so that your humble servant the Austin building, at 7:30. standard time. Ware-Room on Centre Street, West of Second.

seasonable hour in the evening.The could take a spin down the beach with All Masons in good standing -are invited to

machinery used by the contractor for the boys ; attend. _______________________
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boring an artesian well at Dungeness was That a little effort in arranging a low fare MARINE. r

brought over by the steamer Martha Wednesday by steamer or rail, and a statement of the
and Jacksonville Thurs- offered Port of Fernandina.HIGH .
was shipped to advantages by our incomparable

day. We learn that the attempt has proveda beach, should secure the next general WATER.
Saturday, June 12............ 4:26 A.M. 5:01 p.M.
failure. The well was sunk to the depthof meet" of the wheelsmen of the United Sunday, 13........... 5:25" 5:57"
477 feet, but the large quantities of quicksand States in this place. Monday, 14 .......... 6:19 6:47 "
Tuesday, 15........... 7.-07: 7:33 THE ATTENTIONOF
encountered compelled the abandonment That some people are forever trying to Wednesday," 16........... 7:52 Ie 8:16 "
of the work at that make mountains out of mole hills Thursday, 17........... 8:34 8:59 !
; 'Friday, 18........... 9:14": 9:37 _' i
That Captain F. W. Simmons is firmly .. .'" ,'-. ." I
The I, .
following, quotations for vegetableswere ENTERED. ,' t'" ,,", ;< '" !' f', ,, ''
p ." 'tv 4l' '" : .
the average prices obtained in the lead- convinced that it can be done, and has a Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dihvood.from Bruns- :' > I,::: : :' '

ground mole in training for a trial wick, Georgia, daily.
ing cities by the Florida Fruit Exchange on ; June 9-Steamship State of Texas,Williams,from
Tuesday : Tomatoes, $1.50 to. $3 per crate ; That the Captain will give the result of New,York; freight and passengers, to

encumbers, $1 to $2 per crate; potatoes, $2.50to his experiments into the molecular theory June Norwegian R.W.. SouthwicK bark Ellen agent., Toysen, from St. \\\

$4 per barrel. Truck must be prime and after a thorough subterranean research ; Francois. Davis:&'to Bro.load, Orange by Lewis Bluff.A. DavisA. filII rm H 0 USE K E E PER Sh III
s1 That it will be better not to trouble the
sound condition to realize highest quota- 8-Schooner Harold, Gilroy, from Boston; I
tions. Do not ship cucumbers that are yellow Captain with much questioning till later. on. up the river loading.
or soft, as they are not wanted. Only
Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Bruns-
fresh, green<< stock will sell. Danger Signals.To wick, Georgia, daily. -IS CALLED TO THE-
the Editor of the Mirror: June ll-Steamship State of Texas, Williams, for
The London Electrician is the authorityfora New York; freight and passengers, by
The following item from the Floridian is Southwick,
new and easy method of relieving the R. W. agent.
8-Schooner Ida Lawrence. Young, Phila-
toothache. It says that if a thin plate of so applicable to this section that you are requested delphia. ,

1 zinc be placed on one side of the gum and a to give itan insertion. The railroad Schooner D. D. Haskell, Haskell, Bal- ; "COMPLETE, ; ASSORTMENTOF

silver coin on the other side, with the aching crossing on the public road leading out'of timore.VESSELS IN PORT. .

tooth between them, and then the;edges of Fernandina is at the beginning of a curve. Schooner Florence Rogers Adams. ,
Aside from this both roads Schooner Florence Leland Adams.
are so com- -
the metals brought together, a weak galvanic : Schooner B:B. Woodside. Reed.
current will 'be established that- "--will pletely walled up with bushes that it is impossible Schooner Alice Hearn, Penniwell. .- '
to see a train until it reaches the Schooner Annie J. Trainer, Derrickson.
cure the pain., It looks possible, and is the Schooner Annie B. Hoffses, Hoffses.
. % sort of thing,that one could easily get some- crossing: Some engineers do not blow their Schooner Clara E. Berger, Cook.

body to try. whistle; others do, when they get on the

crossing. This is no protection. There is a Special' Sales Day. Fk'ILYCROCER'IES--
Ball players in Pittsburgh are talking
great deal of travel 'over this road, and ON-MONDAY, JUNE 7TH, ONLY. ,
about the smart young catcher of an ama-
several cases, have occurred recently of 50 pairs Fancy Holland Window Shadesat
: teur club, who was remarkable. catching J
worth $2.00.
parties narrowly escaping being,run over. $1.00 per pair; ,
many batsmen out on foul tips, even ,when '12i yards Fruit"of the Loom for $1.00.
It is the railroad officials will instruct
hoped '
the bat didn't seem to strike within three or 20 yards White Victoria Lawn for $1.00.
(and make it the imperative duty of) all en- 50 pieces of Combination Seersucker at 18
four inches of the ball. An :
investigation blow cents worth 25 cents thirteen yardsto .,;' .". BOTH
gineers to their whistles at a safe distance a yard; ; ; ','t.;' "
, revealed that the catcher had a gum band attached from the crossings. suit. .
ft'' to his glove, and'when he desired to A line of Merrimac Cretonnes at 18 cents;

foul out a man he' would raise the band W. F. SCOTT. worth 25 cents.A .
full assortment of Colors of All-Wool .
:with one finger, and ,when the ball passed Our attention has been directed to the fact Bunting at 20 cents ; worth 35 cents. p (I FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 11

under the bat release it. The band would that many trains cross St. Augustine road Nnn's Veiling at 12J cents; worth 20 cents.

snap against the glove and all ,within hearing without whistling. It is that In all popular shades.A .
very necessary line of Zephyr Shawls at $1.00 worth
would hear
r : a supposed foul tip. '
engineers should give this warning. The $1.75..

road is one of the most' traveled thoroughfares Gents' Linen Cuffs.at $2.25 a dozen; worth -WHICH WE ARE OFFERING-
Change of Schedule.The leading to Tallahassee and now that 30 cents a pair.
Sunday evening train be- MODE BRO'S.
passenger the railroad is in first class condition, passenger -
tween Jacksonville and ,Fernandina leaves #
trains run very rapidly and make Fresh Florida Butler
t ; now the former city at 6 o'clock, arriving at AT VERY LOW PRICES.
scarcely any noise, and they get almost to At WHITNER & SCHUYLER'S.
Fernandina at 7:10
p. m. .
the crossing before they are seen or heard by

Notes from the Draw-Bridge. persons in vehicles. Twice within the past For Rent,

i Mr. Rich, who, keeps the county bridge, few week ladies driving along have barely .DurySes Cottage; seven rooms, with bath .
r :, room, cistern and all conveniences.
that escaped being run over by trains. In one '
reports fishing just now is very fine- Apply to WM. B. C. DUBY):E.
e} sheephead, especially, running well. j, case a crippled lady saved herself and team, ',1' -

The Jacksonville tug R. L. M
through the,bridge Thursday,having towa buggy and holding the horse'within a few received, a fine line of Youths' and WHITNER & SCHUYLER,

steam pile-driver for the St.Mary's river. of the railroad track. If the rules of the Boys' Spring Clothing, fine goods. Prices

Several large rafts of fine lumber were :company do not require engineers to give very low. J. & T. KYDI"

' rafted through the bridge yesterday. warning with the whistle when approaching For Rent. .

road crossings, the rules should be so
Two pleasant rooms my dwelling-
Furnished RoomsTo amended as to make the giving of this house on Fifth street. "
let. Inquire,of WILLIAM LAKE. warning au imperative duty. FRANK B. WAAS. '
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