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 19, 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 )
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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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IOL.' SATURDAY, JUNE '19; 1886. NO.: 30.

THE IMPORTANT QUESTION. objection nor giving notice to desist Amelia. .Beach.- The,following bills were ordered paid: Traveller's Guide.

following is an article clippedfrom till improvements valuable are made, *' Sam Lofthouse,street scavenger service -
The NOTES FROM A REVOLVER -WHAT A CYCLIST and for ...... [The Travelers
lighting Guide
courts will compel him to make A. lamps May $40 00 is, as the heading
the Florida Herald of a recent THINKS OF OUR SUMMER RESORT. Louis Williams, nursing pauper for 1 indicates, intended as a means of infor-

the title, on the ground of equity.So To the Editor Mirror month ...........A.............. .............. 12 00 mation to the traveling public. To be relia-
W. the
of :Mr.
date, and is from the pen here the road has worked its way of : H. E. Dotterer, supplies for street ble, it should be correct. The managers of

Perkins of Belleview, Fla. In treat- along however imperfectly to its What are the wild waves saying, lamps........................................... 2 40 the different railroad and steamer lines will
Saying the whole day long? R. M.: Henderson, burying pauper...... 10 00 greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
ing the subject of the forfeiture of present improved and most hopeful Why?-Why'in the Dickens ain't you coming, Sanitary Inspector J. A. Ellermann hav- by notifying us of changes made in the run-

the Florida Railway & Navigation. condition, Congress standing by and Coming with your cycles along? ing reported that the night scavenger service ning rected.time] when they will be promptly cor-
it done without for Come with
seeing asking a your bicycles,
had been done the month
the writer is forcible and imperfectly past --
Co's grant, Come with : .
forfeiture and now it would seem your tricycles ,
one-half of the bill of Night De-
and we copy the article in i Come in your thousands and ten, Scavenger TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
practical, too late to ask the pound of flesh.If And admit that our betLch'W11l Mott was withheld until the work is done
follows : in let it without Day Passenger Train leaves
full, as so, mercy come in a trice teach, satisfactory. For Cedar and
Key Wildwood,and
"Going from Kentucky to,Illinoisin II blood.. How to make of each.. A bill of H.J. Baker Esq., for legal services all points on Transit Road........10.10 a. m.
the fall of '36, and receiving the "4: Should thefiffeituregothrough- Tyro a bicycle-tricyc'e man. *" __ in the case of Mary J. Dickinson vs. For Savannah ant all points North

aid I much needed in. my professionfrom would not much confusion, litigationand On my return to Jacksonville 4. after a' the City of Fernandina, amounting to $50, and(connecting West....Callahan....,...I..I.-; .;)........10.10 a. m.

'such lawyers and statesmen as cost ensue? Would the present most agreeable day ort- o spent at your was referred to the Finance Committee.The For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all

:Stephen T. Logan, Cyrus Walker, E.. : settlers near'tho road be in anywise Island City," on your magnificent' beach followingcommuhication from Mayor points on the Florida..Central. & ,

D.Baker, 0. H. Browning, T. Lyle. benefited? They evidently think-not, and in your particularly:.briny, phosphorescent McGiffin was placed on file: (Western connecting Railroad Balthvin.........::..!... ...10.10a.m.

Di key, S. A. Douglas and A. Lin- but generally, if not universally, sign and health-giving Ariidia beach breakers FERNANDINA, FLA.. June 16, 1886. .-,I'' )
To the Honorable City Council: Day Passenger Trai .tmres-:
railroads half petitions to Congress for a year's ex- it has occurred to that it !
coln, i preceding some me might not GENTLEMEN would respectfully call From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
dozen years, watching their rise and tension of time. Visiting a few days be inopportune to write you a few jottings of your attention to the existing ordinance in all points on the Transit,Road... 4.00 p. m

with our great country from since Santos, near the writer's residence the result of my visit. relation to animals running at large in the From Savannah and all points in

pr that;egress day to this, I ought to know and calling on twenty v of the On- inquiry I learn that the superb ma- and city. constructions The different thereof amendments by different thereto.officers From the Tallahassee:North and West, Pensacola............and..... 4.00 p.m.

somewhat concerning them. That first citizens met, nineteen of them rine promenade found on the eastern shoreof has rendered it vague and exceedingly all points on the Florida Central

wisdom, the Franklin economy and signed for the road, but one decliningto your island and reached in your well-ap- liable to misconstruction besides, as at pres- & Western Railroad................. 4.00p.m.

honesty have been observed in their sign-giving no reason. pointed cars in a few minutes from your ent the policemen's administered,time it requires, which a should great deal be devoted of Night Passenger Train leaves .

construction and oganization, no one "It is said that it will open up pretty city, extends some. eighteen- twenty. to other purposes. The present pound- For Wildwood.......................... ,4.10p.m.
for much lands to settlers at low Gov- miles, with a breadth of,'500 feet at-low is unsuitable for the purpose there is no For Savannah and all points North
of ordinary intelligence can one'moment ; and West........... ... .
water the premises, and the animals ..... ........... 4.10 p. m.
believe. Millions of dollars ernment figures. It should be re water, having a slope so gentle and freedom: therein on the heat (connecting at Callahan.)
constantly to of
are exposed
wasted and millions membered that even yet there is from undertow so remarkably that children,
have been more the sun without food the officers in charge Night Passenger Train arrives-
stolen by unconscientious men in. much public land not taken up-nor can bathe with as perfect kfety as adults. of same being unwilling to incur the responsibility From Cedar Key Wildwood and

building and operating them. For can'there be any industrious!: citizenor Another remarkable feature. in your beach, of buying feed, as under con- all points on the Transit Road..10.10 a. m.
is admirable firmness-ind struction of former mayors they would not From Savannah and all
immigrant unable to and its freedom from points in r
the honor of humanity, this is mat- rocks and shell-so "the horse be justified in selling the ,animals to pay the North and West....;...........10.10 a. m
ter of deep regret, and to be used as a'good cheap home as matters now compact that costs, and the Council, by special enactment, From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and: ;
incentive to increasing vigilancein stand. From the road may be boughton and its rider," or sociable buggy, leaves no having repudiated all liability for costs the all points on Florida Central &

an Nevertheless fair terms the odd sections imprint on its singularly beautiful surface:, ,animals suffer,from prolonged exposure., Western Railroad....................10.10 a. m.
future management. easy ,
the issued
Also recently by the
In fact the advantages of beach
it can by no fair reasoning detract at bargains better than even from your are so Sanitary Committee of City: Council pro- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

farthing from the necessityand the Government without a road. remarkable as to challenge admiration from; vides for the "removal' of offal, etc., from Train leaves daily, except Sunday-

eminent one wisdom of the railway Then''the lands'bought and occupiednear ,those familiar with our eastern 4 littoral. from dwellings and stores by city'scavenger twice For Jacksonville........................ 7.00 a. m.
the road would decrease in val Maine to Florida, and a regret, that its exceptional each week I think it' should specify of For Jacksonville ........................ 2.45 p.m. .
system. It is not too much to say not better what such offal consists, as in some cases the Train arrives daily, except Sunday-

that of all the grand and glorious, ue at'' almost ruinous rates, should advantages' .are known barrels are 'filled with decayed vegetables, From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.
of the fifteen the'road be crippled and transportation and appreciated. ,rotten fruit'slops from dish-pans;and even From Jacksonville....................... 6.10p.m.
inventions past years; To aid in such a,desirable object venture, chamber accumulations which should be Sunday'only- .

the railway is chief. So interwovenis set back. to make a few suggestions: Why not bring more frequently removed; and some of it in From Jacksonville ....................10.10 a. m.
it with the development, prosperities "On 'the'whole, is it not wise to ,the attractions and capabilities; 'of water-tight: vessels.. This sort' of stuff'is From'Jacksonville ..................... 6.45 p.m.
and of ourselves and 'let well enough alone, and aid,rather your foul and offensive when first' deposited in :For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.
enjoyments i than this Line .,.beach. under the notice of.our friends; the ,'the barrels, and if allowed to remain threeor For Jacksonville ........................ 4.00 p. m.
country that life were scarcely worth discourage, great Key 14 Knights the Circle| ,Let pavilion four days during warm weather before removal -:;
without it of Florida. Uninformed and hum- < I should consider. ,very,deleteriousto ,MALLORY LINE.
living railways.Vere specially adapted for.their..,. needs be erected. health. In fact, I don'tthink such stuff ,
possible for them to drop out of ex- ble as this writer may be,:he. feels For New. York direct, [every Wednesdayand
: In .the neighborhood four new Ocean, should be put in, the street, but should be
istence, we might pray for a Gabrie1'8..hornto..reJu"ect.JV.ashin quite certain that.:we had better standby "City," and' .let invitationd1be: Issued. to.t. e ,removed from:the'yard daily! during warm' From Saturday.evening New York' direct; every Tuesdayand
the Line that it' stand' ,weather. .
Key '
ton !'may pgressivemembersofthnt "
< ? -- : r iva Friday eveing at 3.00 p.m.:
ii' ',h. :"11Q--1! -:": ;' ..=- :' : < ? t. ..,; ..n JS nesting"yoitrw. ... @arly eopaleiatlort v;! f ,A .. ,,...
Irving to give us a fifty 'years".V .T'.1 --' -w-.olUgl. t 1n -ti orr .ti -i.gentlemen '\''';'.. .': r'' -< ':._ ;:,_{ ..j l1I.rlZl411rT\-Vnn"..:_ .. -
Winkle Were evil bers and heaven knows' how. adher u
sleep. an spiritto The Road to be Completed.JUDGE many Steamer St. Nicholas leaves Fernandina .
undertake the dismemberment of ents. Where in our broad ,land could a Very respectfully.. Wednesdays and Fridays at 11'a.,m.;" leaves j
JAMES McGirriN Mayor.
our now more than ever well cemen- PARDEE AUTHORIZES RECEIVER DUVALTO more'magnificent rendezvous be found for Aldermen Robinson Stark and Walkerwere Savannah Mondays and Thursdays. .:

ted Union, he would, if wise, beginto PLEDGE THE LAND GRANTS. : the display of the cyclers and cyclists? appointed a special committee to look CUMBERLAND. ROUTE. ..

break down and disconnect our The following order of Judge Pardee was Drills, races and "evolutions" on the suitable pound. Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Bruns- J
railroad I grandest scale might be held-parades and up a wick daily at..........._............... 3.00 p.m. '
grand system. filed Wednesday,in the United States Clerk'soffice Adjourned.The.
(connecting at Brunswick with :
"But in this writing we are to lookat at Jacksonville, in reference to the application races by day torchlight processions by E. T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern f t

some of the leading features of the of Receiver Duval for authority *o night with superb bathing to cool and Cattle Ordinance.To and"Western points.) a

most extensive road in Florida. complete the roadbed of the Florida Rail- strengthen the contesting athletes all the the Editor of the Mirror: SteamerThos.Collyerfrom Bruns- \

>l 1. Excepting the little road con- way & Navigation Company to Tampa Bay: time, always at hand. The only effective acts of the police of wick daily at..........................12.15 p.m.ST. .

Your city is easy of access by sea and Fernandina that have come under my observation MARYS RIVER.
structed in 1833 from St. :Mark's
to In the Circuit Court of the Uniied Stalas Fifth
land, and doubtless railroad and steamboat is the of in the
driving cows Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
Tallahassee the Line road
Key now Circuit, Northern District of Florida:
would combine in receive 25 cents St. and Crandall Tuesday
companies gladly giving pound, for which they For Marys
known as the Florida Railway & These causes came on to be heard at New favorable rates for those who would like to each.. With this remuneration they will as and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m.
Navigation Company's, is the oldestin Orleans, in said Circuit, on this the 14th day For St. Marys and Dungeness, on
enter the lists or enjoy a most delightful matter of course, try to get as many as
our State. Its charter, then called of June, A. D. 1886, upon the report of Joseph Wednesday and Saturday. 2.00 p. m. .
holiday. You will see I have mentioned"cyclists" possible. If the city authorities were to passan For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, I
the Florida Atlantic and Gulf Cen- H. Durkee, Master (and the exceptions I ... .
as being a probably. ; interested Ii ordinance prohibiting any one from Monday and Thursday. .. .. 8.00a.m.
tral Railroad first thereto filed the of H.R. Duval, i. ,
Company was ), on petition Steamer Martha amves-
fraternity in the knowledgeof such a splen- keeping either cows or horses within the city
granted by the Legislature January Receiver of the defendant company, for or- From St.Marys and Crandall on :
7 1853. transfers since der to extend the road to waters of Tampa did field for their particular delectation ; but limits unless kept within an enclosure, Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a.m. f
Though Bay ; the said hearing having been adjourned this magnificent beach offers a splendid there would be some good reason for suchan From St. Marys' and Dungeness, :

been made and the names changed from the 12th inst. space for.military evolutions, prize drills,etc. ordinance ; but to fix a limit in which a on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a.m i,

down to the present, and the road And there appearing no one in opposition I shall be too ifsome day and of 25 From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, J
And happy if found penalty
only ; cow, to place a
... ..
like thereto, and further that the rights of said Tuesday and Friday.. .... 2.00 p.m.
most others in our country, had exceptors are not affected by the proposed in columns of your very creditable paperI cents for its getting within that, limit, is an 1.;

hard struggles to live, and at times action of the Receiver, it is ordered that the see an advertisement of inducement to have them driven therein so List of Letters ';

been badly managed, yet it has come said exceptions be overruled, the said Mas- as to make their positions more remunera
in the at Fernandina :
ter's be and the same is hereby con- PROPOSED MILITARY ENCAMPMENT : Remaining post-office
report ,
through all its besetments and is
firmed. tive. The truth, as the ordinance stands, Nassau county, Florida, June 19th, 1886.

to-day the most extensive, improvedand And it is further ordered that H. R. Duval, COMPETITIVE VOLUNTEER DRILL its effect is simply' to add to the pay of a Persons calling for these letters must say

improving railway of Florida. the Receiver of this Court of the defendant -And- worthless police. advertised: .
Since Receiver Duval has been in company's railroad, be and he is hereby authorized OLD CITIZEN. Aitken, J Jenkins, MAnderson
BICYCLE RACES Mingo Johnson, A E
and directed to construct and extend .GRAND _.
charge of its finances no road could Benjamin, Jane Jenkins, George
said railroad from its terminus
the the
present Nassau
under With. Representatives from all the Cities ,County Square upon Broughton, Emma Latson, Emma
the circumstances, be doing at Withlacoochee station to the
better. waters of Tampa Bay. And that he be authorized East of the Mississippi, on Books. Broadbent, J WMadon, Mary
to pledge and use for such con- -AMELIA BEACH TREASURY OF ,
2. Xo portion of State could H J Morse, Mrs JasChattman
our struction the whole or so much thereof as COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, Bray, I i
be more in need of just such a road, 'may be necessary for the purpose of such FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. TALLAHASSEE, June 8th, 1886. Danfoller, Mrs Aimee ;r
or be extension of all the lands coming from This is to certify that Warren F. Scott, Camil, ChasCammell. Mosnat, JasNightingale
more set
its despairingly cripplethan grants from the State of Florida, or from I was informed'the day I left your city Collector of Revenue in and for Nassau Charles Hattie
loss, or, if you please, the United States, as shall accrue and be that on the day previous some of your citizens County has settled in ,full all of the taxes Davis, Cicero Pinkley, Tom
those through which this road earned by reason of such extension with made an excursion to'the southern assessed in said county, which were payable Earlie, Annie Price, Emma
sell be por- 'to'the State Treasurer, for the year A. D. Frausy, Miss Staves, John
runs. The same is true of that power to or mortgage, as may neces-
portion tion of beach and returned with
your W H Wilkins. Mrs ,
sary. And the said Receiver is hereby fur- '1885, except the, uncollected taxes assessed Farley,
of Florida lying along its con- ther authorized and directed to pledge to the magnificent specimens of the sea bass, against the Florida Railway & NavigationCo. Green, Lewis A White, John I '

templated extending route. The work of such extension and construction all averaging forty pounds. Another item in .and the Florida Telegraph Co., for whichhe Godfrey, Walter Wilder, Mrs Caroline

country from its present terminus to of the railroad to be by him constructed your programme I Fish for the fishermen, has furnished me with certificates, as required Huges, Benjamin J \V Williams, Mrs SallyWilliamson.Mrs Carry I,, f'
under this order. And the debts hereby by Howgaft
Punta Rassa, on the waters of Charlotte authorized shall be a first lien only on the baths for the bathers, sands (non-pareil) for law.'V.. D. BARNES, Jackson, Francis Williams, LucyS.

Harbor, one hundred and fifty lands to be earned aforesaid, and on the the cyclists cosy nooks for the quietist and Comptroller. T. RIDDELL, P. M.

miles, equals, all things considered, part of the road to be so constructed and nice churches for the willing."*
in the it shall not be a lien or charge on other prop- FERNANDINA, FLA.! June 15, 1886. Holders of .Bonds
any floral State. To have Wishing and citizens much City
erty of the said Florida Railway & Naviga- you your This is to certify that Warren F. Scott,,
settled and prospered without a'' railway ,tion Company prosperity and zeal for its advancement Collector of Revenue in and for Nassau .

is simply out of the question. defendant.DON A. PARDEE, commensurate with the many advantagesyou County has settled in full all of the taxes TAKE NOTICE.
Circuit Judge. assessed in said county, which were payableto
3. Now, the query comes up, canTO ,June 14th, 1886.JEFFERSON undoubted possess, the County Treasurer, for the year A. D. -
as citizens of Florida, do better I am yours respectfully, 1885. except the uncollected ,taxes assessed IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT

than aid the road on its rapidly im- KUKLOS. against the Florida '''Railway & NavigationCo. ,NOTICE unpaid Bonds 'of the City of f
proving and to its completion? is one of the wealthiest Jacksonville, Fla., June 16th, 1886. .and the Florida Telegraph. Co:, for whichhe Fernandina Fla., of the series issued under
In considering this question matter = actors in America. He is not mak- N. B.-Pray see that your esteemed ,aide, has furnished certificates required bj authority of an Ordinance of said City,

a the P. D., does not print me a Ku-Klux," law. passed and approved May 31st ,1869, will be !
of justice should not be over- ing so much now as he used, to 'do, J. A. EDWARDS, redeemed on presentation to G.Stark,chair
as, lam pleased to add, during all rambles Clerk Circuit Court Nassau County,'Fla.,
looked. The technicality of the lawas for the simple reason that he does my man of Finance Committee, City of Fer-
to South; on wheel or foot, I have never nandina.
time might claim a forfeiture- not give himself; the trouble. He seen or heard of one.' A match game of base ball between the, Holders of the above described Bonds will
Shylock's pound of- flesh. This is Royal Nine, of Darien, and the Daisy Cutters take notice that the interest on the same
the demand of Senator; Call's For- only works on the stage about sixteen [*{.e. Those who are willing to say"I will'' ,. of,Fernandina, was played on the baseball will cease June 30th, 1886.
I in church after the quiet nooking it.-ED.] grounds near Lawtey's factory.. on Monday GEO. E. WOLFF
feiture Bill. And while the writer weeks in ,the year, and this ,
I afternoon. The home club won by a": City Clerk.
n ill never question the purity of hismotives affords him all that he 'needs for his The' City Council:, score of 14 to 13. ,Fernandina, Fla., June 3,1886.

or character, he. may ,court- yearly maintenance without all The Board of Aldermen met'on Wednesday -

eously demur to the justice of his evening 'last, the following Aldermen For Rent. For Rent.,'
impairing his capital. Mr. Jeffer ,Funke'
store recently occupied by
measure. If A. buy of B. a lot on son's fortune is estimatedat being present: G. F. Avery, presid.entcand Dry Goods. Emporium, on Centre street. Two, pleasant rooms in'.my dwelling
no more than a verbal contract, yet variously Messrs. Stark, Robinson,Dorsey Wilkinson G.STARK. I house on Fifth street.

go on to improve it, B. making no from $400,000 to $600.000. Walker and McDonald. Fernandina Fla., May 14th, 1886. FRANK B. WAAS.a .


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; : THE FLORIDA :MIRROR : JUNE 19, 1886.
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I fs ; A LITTLE TELL-TALE. the Ibthrough erur. When the big ship p steamed. I I allowed one of :his opponents to go I able.one;, a certain Mr.: Sparkle, one 'the ,Major's, door.
\ Port Phillip Heads our friendwas three when he' had a ceitaiu four in I of the card players-young, handsome Who IS it?"

I ;ki : From room to room she wandered, comfortably settled on board as his own hand. Such an absurd thing and.reported to be wealthy. Mr. Your own Sparkle. May. he en.
4 ..:, The fair young Summer guest, though he had lived there all his life. had never happened to him before. i Sparkle was a buoyant, amusing fellow t er."
I' Of Or missing favorite silk book, or in scissors quest,; During the first few days MaJor: "What could I have been thinkingof ,-and the.Major remembered h No."

Till, in a cosy corner, Dymple kept himself well in reserve. ?" he mused, abstractedly shufflingthe a pang of anxiety that the fair widow Oh, hang it !1.." muttered the con
e? : As quiet as a mouse He knew too well the folly of-makin cards. The answer came readily, always had a hearty laugh for 'his gentleman. That's the second knocl n5
: She The chanced plaything on Master of the Herbert house. sudden friendships, especially on board "Of Mrs.f.Flemington.."' Then," nonsense and buffoonery. No there in the eye I've 'had to-day. I m nst

t ship, where, if a little: patience and reasoned the :Major very properly, "ifI ,was certainly no time to be lost. pay him out for that. Are you feelina
:: His. dressing-gown was borrowed; observation are exercised, the true devoted card-player, was thinkingof The :Major could find no, opportunity seedy, :Major?"
_" His feet were on a chair; one's : instead ortha 'of out his intention that "
r A smoking-cap sat lightly character of fellowpassengerswill .Flemington" carrying "Very.
. Upon his curly hair;' very scon be exposed. The pas- game, I must surely be in love." day, but he determined to be more You should be careful of yourself.
A card was in his fingers senger ship is a splendid field for the Such a serious discovery justifiedthe successful on:the next,evenif he had The voice, if not the words, hinted at
i She noted with laugh,
As now he raised to a kiss it- student of hnman nature. Major in complaining of head- to descend to the conventional Can= the :Major's gray hairs. "You
t. Her own old photograph. Major Dymple was less a student ofhuman ache, and retiring from the cardtableto you spare'me a few moments'private shouldn't have slept with tHe port.
nature than a student of self- the saloon deck. Walking slowlyup conversation?" to secure a tete-a-tete. hole open last night. Have
It funny! ? .vOII
; She was paused so very a little space comfort. The latter it was his practiceto and down, he proceeded to think Later in the evening he tried to divert caught cold ?"
. f To ask an explanation, study with considerable earnestness, the matter out. Now that he had himself at cards with Sparkle and the Yes."

1 I But With oh!would-be it brought sober the face.blushes and accordingly he refrained from come to himself, as it were, lie knew, rest, and in couple of hours his abstraction That's bad. You really must take
t When quick the youngster said: getting mixed up too intimately with he felt that he was in love. .A cost him ten guineas. more care of yourself. Shall you be
IH.I "Now, don't you scold Miss Lulu, people who, upon further acquaintance troubled but not unpleasant feeling in At'midnight he retired, leaving his on deck presently ?"
I'm Carrie playing W. Bronson Uncle Ned, in Good!" CJieer. might prove to be objectionable.As the neighborhood of his heart told companions, who seemed bent on No.
a matter of policy he made him- him that it was but too true. making a night of it, still playing.The So bad as that ? Two or three
: THE MAJOR self agreeable to the officers, and he He had experienced the same feel- :Major had slept about two people have been inquiring after vou"
seized an early opportunity of crack ing several times before, but in a hours, and was in the most interestingpart Who?" asked the :Major, with ill-
,' :Major Dymple ..is an old traveler., ing a bottle of Dry Monopole with the much milder degree. On such occa- of a beautiful dream'in which concealed eagerness.
As he has visite'd'almost every country .captain.Several. sions he had fought with and con- :Mrs. Flemington figured as the Well, let me see now," answeredthe
I in the known' world, he* has plenty of days passed. The usual quered it, or > taken refuge in flight. heroine, when he was awakened by a malicious Sparkle, thoughtfully.
v! experiences to .relate, and, what Js call was, made at Adelaide and a But he was no longer young and had noise in the cabin. It was Sparkleand "The second officer-he asked; so did
more uncommon, he possesses theI scamper on shore was afforded. Then : less fight in him, and flight vas impos one of his companions, both in a Blake ; and, yes, so did Johnstone."
"t I knack of relating them well. Get the the Iberia steamed along the great I sible. Nor, to tell the truth, had he a somewhat elevated condition. The :Major groaned inwardly, and
:Major in a good .humor-and it is not Australian bight in beautiful weather, particular inclination for either. Why "Are you awake, Major ?" whis- turning his face to the wall, or rather
I': difficult to oo 'so. if you are fortunate rounded the usually turbulent Leen- should he ? Had he not come to the pered Sparkle. to the ship's side, he,spoke no more.
\ enough to dine with him-and you win in a calm-the stormy cape was conclusion in Melbourne that it was No, I'm not," grunted our hero. Mr. Sparkle returned on deck, and
;'I I j* may depend upon an interesting story. caught asleep for once-and began to time he settled down in life ? Was he We have run short of liquor- found Mrs. Flemington where he had
, I had been dining with Major Dym- plow her way N. N. W. across the not too old to wander about the world want a night-cap before turning in- left her. Taking a seat by her side,
i I 4r at the club one evening, and we' placid breast of the Indian Ocean.It unloved and uncared for ? To settle thought you might have some." he looked grave.
l had been talking philosophically of was not till then that the cau- down with and be 'loved and cared for Flask in lower bunk," answeredthe "I'm afraid the Major's in a bad

: 4 ocean voyages and board-ship life. tious Major permitted himself to be by Mrs. Flemington was a destiny to :Major from under the bedclothes., way," he said."What's .
. ; I felt certain that the ship would recall on friendly terms with any of the pas- be desired. True, there was a slight Thanks, old fellow" the matter with him?"

I to the Major's memory an inter- sengers. Three men in the saloon he disparity in, their ages; but a man is as In a hazy sort of way the :Major asked the widow, hastily.
esting experience, and I was not 'disappointed. -, found to'be' very'decent fellows. They old as he feels and a woman, is as old thought it was like their confounded I can scarcely say. You see, he's
1 With the cigars came the .were gentlemen, and they played cards aS'she looks.. The Major felt thirty- impertinence to,come into his cabin in very reckless-slept.with the portholeopen
:i,! following singular story, which I must -two first-rate recommendations. five, and Mr : Flemington looked a the' middle of the night ; but before he last night, and in consequencehas
take the liberty of relating in my own Among the ladies there was only one young thirty-' a very suitable differ- had time to get angry ,he fell asleepagain caught a severe cold. Very dan-
r ; way, filling in,'for the reader's: satisfaction who attracted'our traveler's attention, ence indeed. They had,both traveled gerous thing, a cold ; I didn't see him,
many details such as I imagine a,widow-blonde, beautiful and clever, 'and were a man and woman of the "Here it.is !announced Sparkle, but we had a long conversation throughthe
' them to have been, and 'which my, and certainly not more than thirty. world-another circumstrnce to be after groping about the lower bunk fora iloor. !
friend's susceptibilities prompted him 'NoW, the :Major was very susceptible reckoned among the pros. A woman minute. What did he say ?" asked Mrs.
to omit: to female loveliness, especially; when it of experience ,and worldly wisdom, Out with it,'* answered his com- Flemington.
"" In 1880 the :Major found himself in was accompanied by wit. It was, accident the :Major concluded, would be a more panion. Got a glass?" Well, I should have said that I
Australia. He had been away from and the wandering he had 'congenial companion for him than a No. Sure to be one here some- had the conversation. He said noth-

,1i home for three years, during'which he,, led and, not want, of inclination that modern society young lady. where. Let's see. Ah, here we are. ;ing but' yes'once or twice, and no'
' t! had "done the two Americas,:India, accounted for'his not having been permanently With his usual courage and, promp- Hullo it's full of water." ,several times. Do you know, I fearthe.Major
China, Japan, and the far East gener-'i' -caught in the 'silken toils of titude Major Dymple decided to seize Chuck it out of the port-hole." has not a very even temper -

4. ally. Cape Colony-the east and'west the gentle sex,years ago. the first''favorable opportunity of proposing It being,, terribly, hot night the ?" .
t coast.s-Egypt, Arabia and the 'Holy, It must not be imagined; for one to Mrs. Flemington reservingto Major was sleeping with the port-hole I have not remarked it," said
t t .. Land he had done in former times, moment that;'.his.celibacy'was the con- himself, however, the right of ,first open. Leaning' over, the bunk, and, Mrs., ,Flemington. But I remembernow
while''he could almost count his scampers ;;- sequence of an unattractive :appear discreetly questioning her ,aunt-a being careful not todisturbthesleeper; that Major Dymple confided to
over the 'continent'' ''by dozens,! ance. So far from.that being the case, genial, garrulous old lady who ac- Mr.'Sparkle ,threw the contents of the me one day,that the only being able to

x Since landing in Australia, too, he had the Major was generally considered a .comPaniedher-as.. : to w their social'', po- tumbler 1 into ,the Indian Ocean. ..ruffle: his temper.is a bore;, and do you I
,".' iI n 4'if"rU' Tnnnifl ;n crnnr 'manC%, JiajidsonuMaaii tiilL rn.p.n'b'UimiML.witt .Sltl oner' __,0 ? iho.-twrv-gontlftmen._with,1 udi-. know, 11r./Sparkle, I sympathize
e islands ot tne bouth. aCI c. broad shoulders q
chest and
deep Of Iknow of her
'drank the
,course nothing crows solemnity. ; Major's with him?, Whereupon Mrs. Rem
It,is no wonder, then, that 'when, he .straight, muscular limbs ; a well-set he murmured to himself, "and," his ,health. ington returned her book.
came to himself in Melbourne 1880 head, clothed with thick brown hair, of him to add ," Good "
sense justice obliged fellow, the :Major, remarked The day passed without the Major
the :Major began to long for home and, besprinkled with gray ; a face well ".she knows.nothing of me. She may Sparkle gracefully: ; and the pair leaving his cabin. Some luncheonand
rest. lie was, sated with travel. ,He ''shaped and closely shaven, with 'fine .be, penniless, but, hang it I have stumbled out of the cabin and made dinner were brought him by the
reflected, with shame, that he knew brown eyes and 'clear cut, aquiline enough, for two moderate people." for their respective quarters.The steward, but sent away barely touched.On .
S. S many countries more intimately than features ; a distinguished bearing, With,which generous thought here- :Major was an early riser, and the following morning, as he still
his own. He knew the :Mall, White- courtly, manners, and 'a smile which tired to bed. when, at 9 o'clock the next morning, did not appear, the doctor was sent to
hall, Aldershot, Wimbledon, Brighton, disclosed white,,,even teeth-all con- The next afternoon the :Major secured he had not left his cabin, the steward him. The visit lasted for a few min-
4 Goodwood and a few other places, but tributed to a personality which elicited a quiet tete-a-tete with Mrs. ventured to knock at the door. utes only. When :Mrs. Flemingtonmet
he had never been up the Grampian admiration in women and envy in Flemington's aunt. It required very There was no reply, so'the steward the doctor on deck afterward she
,, Hills or down a Lancashire coal mine, men. Years have the same improvingeffect little diplomacy or tact to elicit the desired rapped a little louder. anxiously inquired after the patient.
to the Lakes of Killarney or }\itheGiant's upon some men.., ,He was much information, for the old lady, What is it?" asked a muffled voice. Is the Major better, Doctor?"
. Causeway in the sister isle., .better looking at forty-five than he had I besides her garrulity, was very inge- ," Nine o'clock, sir." There is no change in his condi-
The Major acknowledged to himself been in his twenties.Of nious and great on family history. "All right." tion."
that it was a man's duty to see his own all the 'men on board who were Had it been necessary the interested But when another hour passed Is it a dangerous illness ?"

t country before wandering about otherpeople's attentive to Mrs. Flemington, and inquirer might have heard the storyof without the Major appearing, the Oh no !I. not at all. It is an inconvenient -
4 and he felt remorseful. they included the captain, the officers the Linconshire house of Dornoccar, steward suspected,that it was not all and unpleasant attack, but it
a Then came the mournful thought and all the grass-widowers and un- of which Mrs. Flemington was a right. He knocked again. is neither dangerous nor, fortunately,
that he was no longer twenty-five, but' 'married men in the saloon, the Majorwas daughter, from the days of Rufus. Well ?" contagious." -

r within a very fe"w'years of twice that the least demonstrative and the Sufficient,. however, that the 'family Shall I bring you some. breakfast, "Then Major Dymple will be on
age. Great heavens: 1 In a little over most: 'successful. He sat opposite toher was old, reputable and proud, thoughin sir ?" deck again soon ?"
I twenty years more he would have actable, furtively and admiringly'watching the latter days'comparatively poor, No." '" I fear not," replied the doctor.
F lived the. allotted span, and he was the play of her mobile' '{ea- in consequence! of course, of an an- Are you unwell, sir ?" In fact, I don't think we will see
w still unmarried-no provision made forthe tures and the changing lights in her cestor's unswerving and unselfish alle- Yes," after a pause. much of him for the rest of the
',. : respectable ,;domestic comforts old big gray-blue eyes. He sat near 'and giance to the first Charles.' Further Shall I send the doctor to you, "
age demands. He had his income of chatted !with her on deck, enjoying the the :Major learned that the late lamented sir?" voyage.Mrs. Flemington looked dis
' 1,400 a year-sufficient for all natural brightness of her wit and the keennessof Flemington had been a barris- No." Then while the steward appointed. very

r 4 comforts-but age without companionship her intelligence ; he fetched books ter. He had settled in Queenslandfor hesitated the voice added, with some Is Major Dymple subject to these
, looked in the would be unbearable. He for her':from the library, frequentlychoosing the sake of his health, which 'was asperity : Go away." attacks ?" asked her aunt, who had
t mirror and was startledat them'himself; he turned over very delicate, and ,there had left his Six bells had struck. It was past 10 just joined them.

to at be the quantity of gray hair that< 'was I:her music'at the piano, and occasionally wife a widow two years .since. All o'clock, and ,the Major: had not yet Ii,, don't think he has ever had one
seenamong: the rown. Had he -having a '''light, easy baritone this, to which should be added the intimation been seen 'on deck. This was so unlike before," replied the doctor.
remained he at home, he thought bitterly, ,voice and a good ear-sang duets withher. that:Mrs.'Flemington had an ,him that.Mrs.Flemington's pretty ."And ,is he suffering asked the
S would have had plenty of kind He, did all, these things in a income quite sufficient for her needs, head was full.of perplexity. widow: tenderly.
to tell him how
r '; gray'he 'was ,quiet, unostentatious ;manner, and in was eminently satisfactory.The "Have'you, seen Major Dymple ?" Acutely but not physically. His
K time getting.in his In short, being! for the first. :''the same quiet,,unostentatious, manner :Major j ''was constrained to un she, asked ot Mr.. Sparkle, who had suffering s. areof the mind." Ard to
life terribly homesick-a he sank,deeply love-with_ ith the charm-' bosom himself at once. He, gave a taken; advantage of. the absence of his avoid further questioning the doctor
moral: ailment/.which '
: "might frequently ;"ihg widow. : faithful account of his circumstances, ,rival to:esconce'himself at her side. beat retreat.'
?r tE be. traced\ physical causes the Major ,Perhaps Mrs. Flemington vaalso" and told of'his attachment.: The, oldlady No, 'I've not This. sudden indisposition of the
t resolved '
to arise and : -
; depart. in love, but it was not quite certain. 'l betraYedrno She had Have made "
1 suprise. inquiries i is remarkedthe
: I, 'No'soonerwas the' resolution takent you any Major's: very singular,
Although! she had plenty of dignity 'the wind about him ?"
than friend seen the1way was' blowing ,old 'lady.h Perhaps I ought to
!> *,. impulse my,began ,.to a,man make of it action and A with the power, too, of exercising it for some .days, and ,she frankly con-, "Well, ,no. We're are, very good tell,:you,my e'ar.that,Major Dymple
sharply When,
very occasion repuired fessed that"she had formed, friends but I confess
u '' ;; glance at the told him a good must to being a confided to me. his intention of proposing
: -", t that the fates morning per (as more than one presumptuous? 'wight opinion of the :Major, which she be- little selfish,'and I have felt his absence to you. I,,. advised him not tobe
? t. days the.II.,,M were: S.- propitious.beraa would sail two for .on unbent board: the could.handsome'ruefully testify),i she, lieved her niece shared. But she ,this" morning to'be rather an ad- too hasty, to wait until you had
Major and it deprecated Haste. .
Mrs. 'Elemingtonwas
n London via the Suez Canal. In half vantage. seen, more of each.other. He, has evidently
was very apparent that, she enjoyed entirely,her mistress and'the I'm that would
hour the own sure Major Dymple not spoken to on the subject
; :an Major was at:the you
looking over a plan.of the agent'soffice .' society. Perhaps, having already Major could speak to her if he.liked, never feel,'your absence to be an ad- or you would have told me."
': Ibe-, ,experienced one courtship, he endeav- of course but the old lady thought it ""said Mrs. Mrs.
4'J, rites saloon. With "the, discretion of ; vantage; Flemington,coolly. No, he ;has not/ replied
ored to compare her feelings then and would be and advisable, to wait Mr.Sparkle inced.U Shall look
., an old traveler; he. selected the proper ; ; ; Flemington, with heightened color.
; t comfortable and .best situated of.most'..the now, and, was unable to determine until. ithe friendship had ripened, at him" up ?," he asked, hastily., I think you like him," said the old
1 ,. their relative depth and value. Perhaps least until they had reached ''' If wish the widow
'vacant state-rooms then he paid'the' England you replied lady, who was at heart a match-maker.
; woman-like, she was merely enjoying and knew of each other. *
indifferently. "
' I like him much answeredher
fare, ,received,his ticket ,drove back very ,
to the '
companionship of the most The Major admitted that there was No, it's if ''you wish niece
his hotel and simply.
began to
v 4 wisely limited pack A up his agreeable man on' board,, without' reason in what'the old.lady said, but When, I have a message to send I 'Mrs. Flemington spent a very dull
luggage. visit
. to troubling to, analyze'her feelings or'gIVe'the he did not pledge himself to follow her shall have in ,
t a the bank, hurried calls two no .difficulty finding a day. Sparkle devoted himself to her,
three of the few friends he upon had made or matter any serious thought at advice. On ,the contrary, he secretly messenger" And, Mrs. Flemington but failed to enliven her. His wittiest
messages'of regret to,those he all.Not resolved to strike while the iron was opened her book,and appeared to lose sallies fell dismally flat; his most !ludicrous -
able to see,.and the Major shook was Australian un- so the,Majors He was playing hot. He ,was not the only, suitor Mrs. the knowledge of Mr. Sparkle's 'exis-. absurdities were received with
Napoleon in
the smoking-room one ,Flemington had board. The Major tence. )
on he
dust from his feet and rowed to ; sadness. In the evening, however,
,; 4 night when he observed that he had saw a probable rival, and a.formid- Another, knock., and a .loud. one, at was more successful. As they sat on
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\Ir. Sparkle joked and Mrs. Flemington the desert I have taken the lion by the ,my cabin. I will match your teeth in ,. ., ::',;,. '. :R. AUSTIN: : ,

laughed. Suddenly they saw a beard and slain him. I have-well, the'morning early,"'and by,noon on the ",.; .':,:'-1.. MANUFACTURER: OF,

tall and unmistakable figure wrappedin ''I'm: afraid I, have succeeded. boring following day you ,will be yourself: 1. ':Hf* J J\f Tt '.. ,.. Tin She t-Iron WareAND
; -
(>>fso :V }"t
a long overcoat. The widow invol- you. again. "; 'f
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untarily rose to her feet. Not at all," answered the How shall I 'reward ?" :;;i.)' ..fAkf..H. .r.:';t f ,. DEALER IN

"Is that you, Major Dymnle?" on the contrary, I am, deeply Major inter-; cried the Major, ever grasping the you little .....''...'>,..,.,+.,,,'t..'.''..,"' ..':'.:";':'-"..':; :., '. .,J.,.. PAnL R OI F C a dC00fl X STOPS

There was no reply. The figure ested. But I confess to being surprised man's hand in 'his gratitude. "You '., .. i.'. 1 J. : ;, ,', ,

quickly disappeared.-* that a man of your very evi- shall name your own fee, besides having "Lh. ;; 1 ,..''; .. .;, .
Rest, rest, perturbed spirit !1" dent abilities should confine himself to made a staunch friend,for life." : ..' .>t', .. '- ,'.. ".' .

quoted Sparkle.Mrs. dreaming.. Small stature cannot be a My fee ,will be the usual one," replied ;, ; ..1tl{Pf,, ,c. ... ,.: n--.........,. '
Flemington retired to her good excuse for inaction when we remember Mr. Jobson, calmly. But that w
cabin in anger and mortification, hav- that many of the greatestmen necessity forbids it, I should ''make no < ',}. : : >-'; ,.

ing made up her mind that the Majors that ever lived were of small and charge at all, for yours isthe only case 1 :,,_ ',> 4. ,'t. .... Atl"IIMMIT; ,

illness was a pretense, and that even weakly frames. How often has have,met in my profession in which .. -:: .i:, fj, ,. '' k 1 1p t \ 1
his object was to avoid her. it been proved that a great spirit may there has been a spice of novelty and ,. :ciJ'j";1 ;l' x.:
hour later the Major again ? Re- interest. But I ;'!,. f ,7. 1
An appeared conquer any physical disability perhaps may one day .. ., ... ..
on deck and looked cautiously member that' the mind's the standardof ask a favor of you. I am writing a '. >w. ,,

around. He could bear the confine- the man, and "-' book ; you may be kind,enough whenit

ment no longer. He wanted fresh air Pray, sir," interrupted the little is completed to permit its publication ,

and exercie. As the saloon deck was man, do not condemn one without a under your patronage." .

now deserted, he paced quickly up fair hearing. I told you just now that The Major declared that he would be
and down. His thoughts were very my life is trammeled by a multitudeof only too delighted, and he further Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
pledged himself to take 100 copies of the hiQ.
He had heard Mrs. Flemington Let
bitter. commonplaces. me give you a
laughing-laughing gaylywhileshe few examples : Commonplace No. 1- "I know it's very presumptuous of ,
knew that he was ill. He used to My name is John Jobson." me," Sparkle was saying to Mrs. Flem- LI LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,

enjoy her merriment, but the silvery And a Very good name, too," inter- ington two days after the events recorded, _
peals he had just heard stabbed him to jected the :Major. but for the life of me I,can't help it. I 'Ii I WROUGHT-IROX PIPES.
love 'fyou, upon my honor I do, most 0 -
the soul, for they were occasioned by Your politeness does you honor, dearly." DRIVEN WELLS SPECIALTY.
the witticisms of his rival, and, torturing replied Mr. Jobson, smiling. Granted "I doubt your word, Mr. Sparkle,"
thought, they were possibly at his then, for the sake of argument answered the widow, calmly. TIN AND for IRON Tin Gutters ROOFS PUT ON.
that John Jobson is I've been trying to pluck N promptly filled.
expense.Pausing only, a eupho- up courageto Wind Mills for pumping water or running
in his walk the : nious Let speak to you for days.
Major cognomen. us proceed. light machinery promptly erected on order.
leaned over the stern and gazed at the Commonplace No. 2-I am and always smiling.Just four days, suggested the. lady, at Church, Factory and School::; Bells for sale
a bargain.
agitated water beneath. One little have been poor. Commonplace No. 3 "Well, about that time," and the JSJStoves at Wholesale, Prices. ,
8jjp-a quiet vault over the taffrail- -I am a dentist!" young man changed color, but you are All goods delivered at the various trans-'
and in a very few minutes he would be The Major started as though Mr. not listening seriously to me. You little portation stations within the city free of,
miles astern, floating alone on the Jobson had discharged a pistol in his know-" J charge. All sales for cash.
Sparkle stopped abruptly. STS.
great wilderness of water, to sink at face. Had the gods offered to grant :
hated and rival
powerful approached, Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
last, murmuring the name of one fair, him the realization of one wish, he erect and dignified, along the deck. The
false woman, to a lonely restingplacein would have said, "Send me adentist." :Major paused in front of them, smilingthe z
the cold, hungry 'deep. Or, less And this weird little man-seemed to well-known beautiful smile, and disclosing CT. .A. R YDER7

poetic thought, he might' be caught in have dropped from the skies to his de the well-known beautiful teeth. -PRACTICAL-
How do do Mrs. ?
the arms of the propeller and crushedout liverance. Then the Major's ecstacy Mr. Sparkle, how you are,you?"Flemington BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHT
of existence in its revolvings. Butin became chilled by the reflection that a Sparkle rose.from his seat and offered lJ>IuL'i
either case the effect would be the dentist in his consulting-room and his harid. The Majof: favored him witha .. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.

same; Mrs. Flemington would be. workshop and the same individual on hearty, revengeful grip, which made m AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY
doomed to a life-long remorse. i board ship were two very different his fingers tingle for an hour afterward, I and all work entrusted to my care
and :coolly sank into the vacant chair. .
Satisfied with the pleasant fancy, I things. Mr.. Jobson might object to Swallowing his rage, Mr. Sparkle re fully promptly.done Ship at reasonable and Saw-Mill rates.Work WoodWork care-
the Major resumed his walk, and in a practicing under the circumstances, or, tired. Before the night: closed Major ChQ. in all of its branches, at living prices
few moments he was, with a singular very probably, he had not the neces- Dymple had vowed away his bachelor- and at short notice.HorseShoeing.
inconsistency, mentally consigning his sary 'paraphernalia with him. ship and Mrs. Flemington her widow- a Specialty.

deadliest enemy, Mr. Sparkle, to the .You appear surprised," remarkedMr. hood. O. -
In, the 'course of time :Mr. Jobson'sbook tJ JZSJ-Furniture repaired, repainted, stainedor
happy fate he had sketched out for Jobson. Am I to infer that I was given to the world. 'It consis. varnished. Wire Safes made to order at
himself. have met an unfortunate brother pro- ted of a number of poems under the title > short}lOtice.A .
The Major was not the only restless fessional?" of "Dreams, by a.Dreamer," and it was share of the public patronage solicited.., .

soul aboard that night. He suddenly Have you not noticed that I keep inscribed with the name of Major Dym- H III Respectfully, J. A. RYDER.tADVERTISERS
discovered that there this mouth and that ple. Copies are now very scarce.- r
was a man pacingthe wrap over my my The,Argosy. > Zf lc
second saloon deck, whom, in his speech is terribly imperfect? Never hF r ''"oai:>.s 91A F v-

preoccupation had not hitherto ob, did a man,stand in more urgent needof ._Holders of City,Bonds. ..ttt."f(
served. Occasionally they met in their your skill than' I." Y : .
walk at the railing which divided the "What is the trouble?" asked Mr. TAKE NOTICE. .aL1du vr -- ----- -- -' -- ..

two decks, and the Major became Jobson, suddenly becoming as practicalas
seized with a longing to address his he had hitherto been the reverse. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, THAT f
fellow-watcher. Must there not ''be a Allow me'to see for myself." Bonds of the City of .
}Fernandina Fla., of the series issued under
bond of sympathy between them, that Diving-under the railing, Mr. Job- authority of an Ordinance of said City, +Jly can learn the exact cost ';
they two, of all the passengers, should son led his patient to the nearest light. passed and approved May 31st ,1869 will be
seek that quiet hour for solitude and The tall man stooping, with distended redeemed on presentation to G. Stark, chair- 1 H, of any proposed line of
man of Finance Committee, City of Fer- a
reflection ? Our hero at that moment jaws, while the little man, with hat nandina.
would have fled upon the approach of thrown back, peered earnestly into his Holders of the above described Bonds will advertising in American
the Mrs. Mr. mouth humorous and take notice that the interest on the same
captain, Flemington, was a spectacle,
will June 30th 1886.
Sparkle or any of his friends but he it was well forthe :Major's tender sen- cease GEO. E. WOLFF, y papers by addressingGeo.

would have gladly chatted with the sibilities that they were unobserved. City Clerk.
cook, the baker, or any one he had not ",Magnificent teeth, those you have," Fernandina, Fla.,.June 3, 1886. li j P. Rowell & Co., :

met before. His forty-eight hours' remarked Mr. Jobson, admiringly ; For Rent. Newspaper Advertising Bureau, r
confinement made him long for com- but you've not three in the top row 10 Spruce St., New York. J
The store recently occupied by Funke'Dry HH'L.
panionship, and so he was drawn to- and almost full in front. What a difference Goods Emporium on Centre' street.G. Send lOcts. for lOO-Pa&o Pamphlet. '.1

ward this stranger of the second sa it must make to your appearance STARK.
Fernandina, Fla.vMay,Hth,1886. L.J H
loon. he hazarded It'sa ?
beautiful night" when' they next met I should rather think.it did," said Notice. lJ {

at the railing. the Major, with considerable emphasis. The City Tax Collector's office will he at E. O' MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 3
The stranger responded with alac- Bar accidents, your teeth will live O. Friend's store, Third and Centre streets, -
until further notice. O. S. OAKES, Full course of instruction in medicine. The 1
rity. He was a very small and a very longer than you. How could you Qf.H
Collector. session begins October 1st and continues nine
attenuated man, with a pale, lean face, have lost the missing ones ?" Fernandina, Fla., April 14, 1886. months. For catalogue apply to the Secretary of t
straight black hair, an aggressive nose Those provided by nature were td tne Faculty. 1
and bright, dark eyes which suggesteda kicked out at a foot-ball over twenty Notice. P. 0. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, VA. 1
restless, sanguine spirit too big for years ago," replied the Major. The' Notice is hereby given that all vessels arriving Reliable Salesmen to Travel and
the weak little admirable substitutes furnished by at this port on or after the first day sell to the trade our Celebrated '
body. of May, 1886, will be required to undergo H 11: WANTED Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes,
It is, indeed, a beautiful, night, sir. your useful profession are now at the inspection at Quarantine. That is,all coast- -- etc. liberal arrangements. Sal-
The man who elicits to ,stew in a hot, bottom of the ocean." wise vessels or steamers will be inspected at ary or Commission. Address immediately, NEW
stuffy cabin on such a night is wanting At the bottom of the ocean !" Upper Quarantine at for n'ear quarantine YORK Avenue,&New HAVA."l\iACIGARCO.No.l York.SEAISLAND. Fourth
station on Tiger Island ; all vessels arriving
in taste and poetic feeling." echoed Mr. Jobson, in amazement. from foreign ports at Lower Quarantine tj 0'I
Without pausing to consider to what 'Exactly Perhaps the plate has Ground, inside the Sound buoy; The quar- ROUTE.THE .
antine grounds will extend from a point opposite -
extent he in the
merited this indirect compliment gone; to supply a deficiency
station on Tiger Island to the buoy in
} the Major accepted, it gra- mouth of some aged shark. This is the Sound.
ciously. how it happened : Two half-tipsy- H. J. BAKER 1 KEY LINE STEAMER,
I. with sir he lows cabin in the middleof Secretary Board of Health.
: quite agree you, came my Fernandina Fla.;April 29.1886. a
said.U Midnight on the ocean is a se- the night in search of drink. I' di-

ductive, dreamy hour." rected them to a flask of whisky whichwas m

"It is certainly the hour+ for the in the lower bunk, and fell asleep Atlantic Pavilion.

dreamer," replied the stranger, looking again but I have an indistinct recollection -

up at tile stars,'" and I am a r of one of them leaning over me
dreamer. Physical, insignificance, a to empty something through the port- ST.
limited education, lack of golden -opportunity hole. In the morning the tumbler of ::rF: Vf' CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER.
and a condition in life inexorably scented water which had contained my This favorite Restaurant and Refreshmen'Saloon .. -

glued to the common-place teeth was empty. Of course, under on Amelia's famous beach, is now :.',...., ., '; RECENTLY FITTED IT IS !PFLE-FIE ORDER.

shoit, fate-has shut me 'out from the the circumstances, I could not appear for the season, after having under- :, -0-, '1"5.I ", r' '....... :t., -
possibility of soaring. But I have the again and I open : :
my .among passengers ...
between Fernandina
: : r
;; ;; r regularly
dreams. I encourage and.foster them, have had it giyen out that.I am indis- gone a thorough renovation. The best of ,, '.."f .. ;\j.: PLYING Savannah upon the following
I steal away by myself and gloat over posed. Mr. Jobson,,you are the only service at all times at reasonable rates. r "7i''.,''.!.,',,!:' ." schedule.
them ..,,'is ,. ., LEAVE 'FERN '\DINA Sunday,
and am happy. Now' I have man on board who can do, anything : ;: every
the ALBERT GLAIBER. I.:1'.. '. Tuesday and Thursday, upon arrival of
and of Achilles in for Believe the
might courage ; me. me, happiness of .";.'' "-'$-''" "'" ,t : morning train from Jacksonville arrivingat

an hour I have woven for myself as at' least one other besides myself depends .Fern-ndina' .' ,FJa.. ,, May 1st,,1886.Administrator's .. .'...r"I"/ : 'i:.::;;" r._,71-:,".,.. .: j", .. f-, :, Savannah the following mornings.
: < Monday
adventurous S: h ', LEAVE SAVANNAH every
that of .
a career as Ulysses.At '
upon you. \ "
: ( .),,;. : Wednesday and Friday evenings, reaching
one time I am a second Shakespeare 44 The difficulty would be to find a : "
Notice. \ . Fernandina the followingmornings.!
: ; at another the mantle of Charles workshop," 'said Mr. Jobson, thought- / ,; i :. Connections' at Savannah with all raillines
Dickens upon me. I, have been all fully ; 4t but perhaps the doctor would_ TO persons entitled to distribution: : : .fJ ,'{ t;,t.f,....' .{ :' ,. _, ; ,and with Ocean Steamship and from and New Boston York

things-poet, priest,politician, philosopher assist us in that." All persons having any demands against '. ". ''':'('.' ";: '.<-l-. ,- '. : "' \,. ; :."" &and Savannah Boston and vessels at Fernandina to with trains

scientist, soldier; navigator, _and 44 The doctor will place everY''facil- the estate of Beulah L. Whitney notified, late of '." ,.,'.',:.: -:,.: '. ,_,L : I Ia ... ,; for all Florida points.A. .
Nassau County, deceased, are to ;
king, and as each and all I have been ity at your disposal, I am sure,"'replied present their claims,properly authenticated, <; ': .. : .. ... ,.. Gen.. 0.Pass.MAcPONELL&; Tkt Agt., ,
pre-eminent I have dwelt in yon the Major, eagerly. ",He is in within two years from date, or the same qi'-I.i 0:: Fernandina, Fla.
golden planets, and I have penetratedthe my confidence." will be barred.JOHN :' ; :' D. MAXWELL, :

most hidden depths of this mighty 44 Then you may look upon the thingas A. ELLERMANN Administrator., :, *,L. :: General Superintendent, "
ocean. I have tracked the tiger done, as, fortunately, I have every- Fernandina, Fla., May 8, 1886. 6m ., . .. Fernandina,


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'q THE FLORIDA 1' IPPOP.6t ,of land for sale, must have been the THE Congressional. Convention has REMO, VAL -

great pioneer trunk line which had been called to':meet at Ocala on the

GEORGE' R.:FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. built all the main lines of railway in 4th day of August. :Mr. Dough- Dr. W.. E. SNYDER, Dentist,
,. Will ,
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. the State to have acquired such a erty, we think, has made a very good } )ZJ5! his Dental remove office ,

rA large body of land by the donativeacts record as a new 'member, and will :J., t1.r\'f-r June 1st,
: from
the Angel
jtt. r .. #{ -
Centre and First streets,second floor < '- ncrGy,,
Office corner of the State and the United in strength ,and influence as he rly. block hisyxy
grow : : :
fe .' .l. i 7"...... .. ...;".. 31' ROYAL ew?
t residencenear'I'chuS
RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten States, and he would probably be acquires experience. No new'mem- : $..1tJrd s zY"};:; Sff: we seoatar- nA

cents aline for the first, and five cents for surprised to learn that while this ber can go at once to the front, andit tj Tai "I' ; i ; 4xt

,, each subsequent insertion. narrow gauge and secondary road would, be but just to renominatehim ;....vV.J Summer.He for the coming.
Special local notices,15 cents a line.
Reading notices,25 cents a line. had been so liberally provided for, for another term. Colonel Davidson will be pleased to meet his friends and
patients at home," between the hours of 9
Special rate for time advertisements upon application the trunk line of has had the of
really great pioneer advantage long a. In and 4 p. m., and trusts they will not
at the office.Communications East Florida, the Florida Railway & experience, and no one can expect to hesitate to call often. .1 I

upon all matters of local Inter- Navigation system of broad-gauge do much in Congress without expe-
est solicited from all parts of the county and from
along the lines of Florida railways., railway, had received but a fractionof rience in the multiform duties'of the

3 All communications intended for publication the public lands, and that the Sen- office.

L should be addressed to the Editor; all business ator'from the State was earnestly en-
i) ]letters simply to TilE FLORIDA MIRROR.
r' ., gaged in endeavoring to forfeit what THE FLORIDA

r ; .5A TURDA I, JUNE 19,, 1886. they had already earned and to pre-

vent their earning a small additional SOMETHING NEW rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
FINEST BEACH IN THE COUNTRY. quantity by the completion of their

LET US MAKE IT ATTRACTIVE. great broad-gauge system to Tampa Fcruamliiia, POWER'Absolutely

and Charlotte Harbor.He Towns on R. R. Line.
.+ We wish we could see the incomparable -
advantages of our sea beach would conclude that if it was And Cedar Key. Pure.
made more available to the people of right to encourage the building of a THIS POWDER NEVER VARIES. A
SHADES. of purity, strength and whole-
the interior. A recent warm weather narrow-gauge road of cross lines someness. More economical than the ordinary '

experience in some' of our interior through the country, it must be still Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large kinds, and cannot be sold in competition
MADE READY TO HANG. with the multitude of low-test, short-
towns impressed -u 1 ion us the valueof more judicious to aid a grand trunk ALL 3 feet wide by 6 feet long; Nickle number of the most eligible and desirable weight alum or phosphate powders.
convenient line system broad gauge and steel Trimmed, Stop-Spring Roller good grade of J23"Sold only in cans.
a sanitary resort, so Holland, with handsome Pull-Down, at the Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
so accessible and so valuable to those rails to continue its line to the sea- astonishingly low price of 48 106 Wall Street. New York

spending the summer in Florida. ports of Tampa and Charlotte Har- JB"FIFTY CENTS EACH.a City or Suburban Residences, -

Slight cases of fever, debility and bor by a land grant,of less than four These Shades come in different Colors- UPON EASY TERMS.
Drab, Brown, Olive Green, etc.
loss of strength, sickness of children, thousand acres per mile, which -ALSO- Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
receive the comes out of the lands of the United
M etc., would undoubtedly Building' Material.
parties engaged manufacturing or indus-
States and of the State.
greatest benefit from a few weeks, ,
On Hartshorn's, Patent Stop-Spring Roller. BRICK, LIME, PLASTER,
and even a few days, on the sea This view of the question is gen- Across the Curtain about nine inches from rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop

shore. Amelia beach is equal, and, erally taken throughout Florida, and the bottom is stamped in Gold Fancy Dado, erty; purchased substantial improvements. CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS
nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for
we believe, superior, to any other' the public mind is practically unani- SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACH- for residence, or in which to conduct their SASH, DOOR$ AND BLINDS,

seaside point now open. It has the mous on this question. Our people all Complete with Handsome Pull-Down. business. PAINTS AND OILS.

;. advantage of being but one mile and realize that Florida owes the rapid J & T- KYDD..
a-half from the city of Fernandina, development of the past five yearsto INDUCEMENTS: TO :MANUFACTURERS FRED W. HOYT & CO.

where excellent accommodations can the extension of the railway sys- by exemption for a term of years from

be obtained for those who do not tem in 1854
so wisely planned by taxation, offered by the several cities and
care to stay at the beach hotel, Mr. Yulee and Dr. Baldwin and .....
towns. Apply to 5 a-'S.s ujO
j which, of course, cannot accommodate other associates. CHAS. W. LEWIS fl3 E:CO >
ti 'OCCxo" :
very large numbers.: The beach Fernandina .trr.
When You Paint ce""'5
; steam railway transfers visitors to THE SENATE'S PROS ABLE ACTION J*Office Duryee, building (up stairs) '_"f'"f.C':) :_:c--c--=- ,I"\.,
c: .-.
-- _- c--
The action of. the Senate the corner Centre and,First streets. .c--,. I':) :; _:) -
on -"
the beach in five minutes, and runs at THE BEST PAINTS. THEH. () \.. .
: ; ch
: USE ::
,Northern Pacific Railroad forfeiturebill o" .+ CL
t frequent intervals all day. The 00 | ,
oJ J;J. o p Bfilial
: : tr. :s" ; ; :: Ps' 'J"1'.t'
indicates the views of :
rates majority
of board at 'Fernandina, are ? -' '
reasonable and within the means ofmost of'that' body on the subject of land acknowledged to be of superior quality, ".. .:: S3 :::.- 2 G

people. Further provision grants. The proposed forfeiture was and -wiH' cover:;much more' than cheaper '.''i"I, ,... _. :>. ..'.. oocTc 0 :=:: -.rn.O.. '
should be made at lir6 neacmonnT 'eomi "" \ttcrtirergorl7unaPthe"rtatdnot i *"*-** '- .* 'r.-'V i < -_ *"-'" *,,..................--:.:.""" .. ......... --"' '"' -'i.' .iM"! -< : !l1i' ...-- oo-.r.o:,,..,-'-f 2.:) F" l
: : 'I'' : r1'T '? gS:;: ; -: Tjpworn
and lighter brands, ;Sold only byFRED ,,,,;,:,,.{:: ,r""; ',,'r,,:,<;"j'/r ,,'t.,,;;:, ',.'.. {:<<:.,< : .... "' ..' !
entertainment of visitors by enlarg- completed at the time 'of the W : 'I'L; J ;} !} ? c.;: <

ing the hotel accommodation and passage ,of the bill. The views of W. HOYT & CO; .' .;. ; ; ':c: ;-; :,; .j,,",; .':....,.: '.-5-< -:"*' -3
? building private boarding houses. Mr. Eustis, Mr. Call and others to 1-710 c rn _=::::..r'- O, '

Large refreshment rooms should be forfeit all lands which had not been :ae.ce"O g._ .., 73O : _.....

':provided, where meals could be earned within the,period limited by !J' ',,. ," ,' :,'"' :--' Two Millionsof ."::I:'<0"'C'cr.o.:::;) ::;: "'ct_.........:.::.. bw
served as required at moderate the grant, did,not meet with much -" ,';; '" t'. ';" r" fD =.oriQ c: 00 +
..... ,
1 prices. Some sources of amusement favor, and Mr. :Eustis' ,amendment acres of Farming, Orange, :=':0>C."...-t.:.::.:. tj

'should be provided, such as lawn received but, twelve-,. votes. We have Timber and Grazing Lands, .: =0'$2 C-SO:" 0?rs o'O 4c W'l

"; tennis, flying horses ball playing no apprehension that; the Florida situated in 29 counties, and :-aJD..._- ,",:, -
.C <<,: <: ::-'< ....
y ,ten pins, riding horses, etc. A broad Railway,& Navigation Company will Fresh Garden Seeds, comprising the lands boughtby ._.... :..:..c=:-(]-': ,'."..,,-,:o Q3

plank walk should traverse the be deprived of any'lands they ,have Sir Edward J. Reed, from ::.::::: ....':"f:-':::: E: ;
;: aN c:
whole length along the beach at high-: actually already earned or which Ji CROP OF '85 -tom the State of Florida in 1881, 5' o = L >
crj. c'c0:) a Z
water mark, with sheltered seats, they shall have earned, before the In papers or in bulk, at are now offered at graded QaQt ::: -

ra etc. The beach should be made at- passage of any' act of forfeiture. In prices. These lands were selected :-:::) .:3::" oati(:2g :::-no qs

fact FRED W. HOYT & CO'S ..... '"f.,... t::::
tractive in addition to its natural: such is the decision of the Supreme \ by Hon. Hugh A. Cor- ", -' :
beauty and ,attractions. The child Court of the United .States, ley, late Commissioner of the -.'fefr 0 <5.2 0. .: m

ren should especially be borne ins but at the same time it is a great in- State Land Office, and Mr. -tiJ-V 0 Apu- .n -.>-1.1

mind and an ample fund of amuse- jury to the country have the ques- M. A. Williams, late agent for .;7- -;::. :r: .R r.t.1 m
.. ;
ment provided for them. Many a tion disturbing'those who have-pur;; .. :'. ;: sale of State lands, which fact 9""i 1 Z

b careworn woman, many a drooping chased, or desire to purchase, landsof is a guaranty of their high

child, many a man overworked, the railway company. quality. The purchase known LAXr"Sk : :

would find Amelia beach restoration the Reed Purchase
,. on. a as was only .. J
., to health and enjoyment. The A CONTRAST. I opened for'sale this year, and

r Creator has given us his good, gifts, In the recent debate upon the Pa- Corn, Oats., ,Hay, 'Bran, the lands have not been culledor ] JEWELRY STORE
and should make cific .Land Grant. Forfeiture bill
we the most' of No has
J .picked over. part *
,them. Lots can- now be procured Messrs. Mitchell and Dolph, the two MIXED FEED,. RICE..FLOUE, ETC.' been reserved in manner, r 1
any .Offers for the approaching Holidays a fine
Senators from
near the hotel and pavilions for cot- Oregon, were found t ,and the whole is open; for sale. assortment of Solid and Rolled

tagers; :who can,"at'a small :expense, manfully fighting, together against AT WHOL SALE'ANP' :RETAIL. ,Special prices on large tracts.

have their own cottage homes on the" the forfeiture of that portion, of ,the ':?i';,1:--. Timber lands, virgin forests in ,tT :E :E JEt.y: -

. shores of the great. Atlantic, as a, road under construction, upon the FEED'WOTOYT. ,&' CO., \, : bodies of 50,000 acres and up- Indies and Gentlemen's
ground that the : of,the "
pleasant'refuge from 'the heat of completion .
';, ," :\vards. Lands sold for cash,
! t i summer or the prostration of disease. road across the Cascade Mountains ,-. 'rtf:.'" (," :or on long, time. Gold Silver Watches,
was very important: to the people of \ ,

2.,. OOOOO.AORES FOR" SALE-, the State, and as the representativesof ,!. ,!t..i\: ;':'?, ; The Florida Land and.Morfgage Co. CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS,

g Every traveler'who enters,the city the peopled 'Oregon (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
they urged -' '
f :: : .'" ,Silver -Ware in Large Variety,
tr of Jacksonville over the Savannah with effect the .
non-forfeiture of the ':''U/.j:1 (:;- '..
t ti / Florida, &, Western. or the Florida grant for that portion already con- ply-SPECTACLES.

' Railway & Navigation Railroads structed. The case of the Florida REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT

1t from the west must, have noticed at Railway & Navigation grant is much SASH DOORS' ,REASONABLE RATES.
l 'the crossing of''the two roads immense '
;an than
k ki 1. stronger that of the Pacific -AND-, Notice.to Debtors and, (Creditors. No Fancy Prices to Pay for Style.
sign V with the information
shaped, the road is "
", near completion, and the IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
that:two. and a' half millions causes of the delay are BLINDS NOTICE of the estate of Frank C. 1 'Call and examine my stock.
every way Latham.late of Nassau County, deceased,
of of land 'are for sale ,
t., acres by justifiable and satisfactory-but,very to present their .claims duly authenti- WM. LAKE,
the ,Florida Southern Railroad If find AT FRED W. HOYT & GO'S. cated, within two years from date, or
singularly the
we. only Senator payment will l.be barred; according to statute. Centre Street.
1 he takes up a Jacksonville daily 'he Florida has in that body at present All persons indebted to the'estate' are requested Fernandina,Nov. 14, 1'885.
" will also notice to make settlement forthwith to
an advertisement
of hands -
joining with Van Wyck and save
' five hundred thousand acres by the others to defeat the completion of an ,, ,'. litigation.GEORGE.A. LATHAM. Warranty and Mortgage Deeds

South Florida .Railroad. He would Administrator. T INEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN
important terminal portion of the Fernandina! Fla., June 12,1886.FOR JU Samples sent upon receipt of 2-cen
,naturally conclude that the Florida great trunk railway system of his THE MIRROR" STEAM 'PRINTING tamp. ,AddressFLORIDA
Southern, from its immense quantity State. is noted for the artistic manner FINE PRINTING, SEND YOUR MIRROR.
,I in which,it executes all kinds of Printing.! to the MIRROR office. 26 Fernandina Fla.
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-AT- Are now receiving weekly large shipments of

FERNANDINA, FLATHE Invite.attention to the large stock of CHOICE GOODS they.now: have on, New Spring and Summer Goods

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

RAN t TintnB VL per yard 50 pieces; worth Superior 50 cents.Quality Checked Summer Silks at 38 cents NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS,

-- 50 pieces Assorted Colors, Fancy Pattern Satines, at 18 cents
per yard; worth 25 cents. Nun's Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings, White Goods,
Plain and Printed India Linens, Unon de Deccas, Plain and
5 cases Standard Light Prints at 5 cents. Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles--
50 Patterns of Crinkled Seersucker at 18 cents; worth 25. Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.

100 dozen Damask Towels, at $1.00 per dozen; worth $1.50.
-AT.- 300 Assorted Parasols, ranging in price from 50 cents to $5.

B A Line of Bathing Suits from $1 up. OUR SPRING: CLOTHINGHas

Cashmere and Zephyr Shawls in all grades and shades, at".pop been received-a magnificent line stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
OCEAN CITYON ular prices. KING & CO'S Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to order and fit guaran
teed. This is the Leading House in the United States for Custom-Made Clothing.
100 pieces Fancy Mattings, from 17 cents a yard to 40 cents. Although we have. ,ARGAIKS.in every Department the following are some of
100 dozen Ladies' Lisle-Thread Hose at 30 cents a pair; worth --I lOVE SPECIAL BARGAINS : I f--

50 cents.A .
Two Cases BEST PRINTS at 5 Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cts
lie Seashore e ,in t Full View of ''Did Ocean,' small lot of Ladies' Fancy-Bordered Handkerchiefs at 15 FINE HANDKERCHIEFS HEMSTITCHED LINEN at 10 Cts. All-Worth Wool Plain 35 Cts.Black BUNTING at 20 Cts.

cents each; worth 25 cents. VICTORIA LAWNS at 6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts.
-FOR SALE1F Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING'at 25 Cts.
100 pairs Lad'es' Glove-Kid Button Shoes at $1.85; worth $3.50. Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 cti::>.

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, JL m &.5 0,

<: -BY, AUCTIONON 300 Gents' Seersucker Coats at $1.25 ; worth $2. ji&r Orders by mail will receive prompt attention,and carefully filled.
J: -
J. & T. I YEE: : ,

Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,

Tuesday, June 22, 86.

H. E.
\V c can show the largest, most complete, and by far THE FINEST DOTTERER


DXC X ijR RSION l N to same Fernandina day, from.all on FREE Orders by mail receive prompt and careful attention.1VIDIXE3 =* * * +-

___points on F.R.&N.; FINE FAMILY GROCERIES 1}
to each Purchaser of a Lot. A rebate
from equal the to the purchase cost of fare will be made : : BIcD 'e *

J6ST Purchasers at this Sale will

have FIRST Choice. Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.

where there is the Grandest Beach, W. J. LOHGMLAJNTr



rAND THE- Corner of Sixth: and Ash Streets. -t- -ttt- t-

GOODS Received Steamer.
the Atlantic. NEW by Every
Victoria Lawns Persian Lawns, India Linens, Swiss Muslin, Figured
Swiss, Plain and 'Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and CordedPiques Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA FLA
Nearly Twenty Miles in Length. White Goods of all kinds, Laces and Trimmings,
MILLINERY (Straw and Felt of all grades), Hosiery in large Variety,
Ample room for all the Health and Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cassimeres, Jeans, Doe- GENERAL, INSURANCE REAL ESTATEAGENCY *
Pleasure-Seekers in Georgia, Florida and Skins, Cottonades, Cashmeres and Dress Goods.

Alabama. STATIONERY. : : : --
Restaurant and Hotel Accommodations fl&' CASH is a diamond of the purest water. For CASH ALONE- I underbuy and ,
on the ground. undersell,and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD IN LOW PRICES. Call
and convince yourself.. CHARLES HILLYER
Passengers landed at the Hotel steps TV. J. ILOHIHAjy,
wfthout change of cars. Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets.


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BOYeNOWjAnd ftll JI6 '

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""iii--! '""i9r-JliTl': v JIf'r: = i'W' =- Weekly Sailings from Fernandina Every Thursdayand
secure a Lot which will soon be
1 from New York Every Friday.

as prices will be advanced immediatelyafter ,!!.fJ,",,,'..,,oJ,.,, "-,.r ; ; (19 __ .
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CHOICE I E L LOTS, ;;,if't I'',":''", .:i"q =_=_r- a rnt _',. B r 1 Y '. 1 r.t

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Having been staked and graded, a. ,


-FROM- A. B. INTO YES, Fare rram FernanQina i to t Hew Yark 1 Cabin Steerage Excursion, ,-, Good--for 6-months- $21, 3O 11 OO OO 50

This Line having 110 Transfers between Fernandina and New


The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED 1

Hay and Grain, Ship Stores_ connections for JACKSONVILLE at FERNANDISA, and with thence FERNANDINA by Steamers& to JACKSONVILLE all points on the RAILROAD ST.- ,.
S& Terms cash,or one-third cash and olUito ,rAlJilo PENINSULAR RAILROAD,
balance in G and 12 months. THROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.

HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE, ETC. For'freight,'passage rates,and schedules,or further information,apply to

LEWIS,Fernandina, Fla. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla.,' > Pier 20 East River Nework.. 51-
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Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, I County Judge-R. M.Witherspoon, Madi- Ir
I United States Officers.LAND Starke. son. FOR THE

, OFFICE,GAINESVILLE. Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill, Lake Sheriff S. A. Parramore, Madison. BENEFIT. OF, THE NEEDY. II[ s
ileg/.Ster-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Butler.' Clerk-John M. Beggs,-Madison TTTHERE ,ALL >WORTHY POOR PEOple K a ,,
Schools Samuel'J.
Superintendent of Perry i
1 Receiver-John F. Rollins, GainesvilleSurveyorGeneralJ. TT will receive medical advice and j
Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison. '
McClellan.. medicine free of charge.
j .
Point. Treasurer S. S. Smith Madison.
County ,
Open Saturday from 9 to 12 m.
: DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville.
Collector of .Ret'enueB. V. Wadsworth, Corner Fourth and Broome streets. 1m
I Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. >Sheriff Hi E. ,English, Titusville. Madison.
. Jfzr3/wl-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Rerenue-J. F. Reed,Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Sc/wols-John H. Laws, W.E.. FRASER,
, City Point. County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee.
1 C. Thompson, Jacksonville. SheriJf-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. PHYSICIAN, I

1 COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge-William Clark: Collector of Ret'mue-Henry E. Carlton, Has permanently located at Fernandina,
! Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fon.
Wm. A. Mahoney, Fernandina. and offers his professional services to the
" Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Schools-Felix J. Seward
:t'I Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. T.easurer-J. P. Richards. Pine Superintendent Level. of people of this place and surrounding country.

John,F. House, St. Augustine. Collector of r..cz.'enue--Joel P. Atkins. Diseases of children a specialty.
r : MARION COUNTY. Can be found at the Tourist Hotel.
Superintendent, of Schools-W. G. Cox well.
State Officers. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. .
{ CLAY COUNTY. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
: \ i.1
J EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E. T. Williams, Ocala. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, 1
Park. Collecor of Ret'C1Ute'v. P. Trantham,
Tallahassee. ,
Got'crnorEd A. Perry,
f Clerk-G. N. Bardin Green Cove Ocala. f
! Lieutenant- Spring.
\ Governor Milton H. Mabry, MERCHANT
Lee bl1rg. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools M. L. Payne, COMMISSION ,
Fort ,
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. McCoy. -AND- '
I Collector of Revenue W. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY.
lahassee. Schools Geo. W. Hall Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber -4 ,
Superintendent of -
Uer \V. D. Barnes Tallahassee. ,
3oinptr() McRae. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. ::

n'easurer-E. S. Crill.,4ttorite9GeneralC. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter:l\.Knight, Key West. BY THE CARGO, \ LI
" M. Cooper, Tallhaassee. riff-George A. Demerritt, Key West.
County Judge W. M. Ives,Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue Mason S. Moreno, For Domestic or Export Trade /
Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. I

Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.R. I
Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. u .7Q ?" fL
.tlljutant-Gell.eral-David Lang. Superintendent of Schools W. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. ,
DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- (
Chief; JusticeGeo. G. McWhorter. dina.
Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. _- 44

hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina.
Associate Justice-11. B. Van Valkenhurgh, Sheriff-Win. :\Mettaur.. Assessor of Taxes'V 111. H. Garland, Fer- FOR BUILDING OF ALL

Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. DESIGNS with Plans, Details, Spe-
Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- cifications, and Superintendence.

CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY.OowvyJudge'VilliamA. nandina.

First Circuit--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools John Owens, JAMES McGIFFIN,
sacola. sonville. Evergreen. .
Second Cil'cuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan- CONTRACTOR AND BUlLDEH

Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. I

Third Circuit-E. 'Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. Alachua Street, between Second and Third.

Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge=J. L. Bryan, Orlando THE ABOVE CUT IS:; ON EVEIIY PACK
, ville. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. FERNANDINA FLA.

Fifth Circuit Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or, Orders and estimates from a distancccare AGE OP
ville. ; Superintendent of Schools William H.Bab- lando. r fully attended, to. 25-t
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville., Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, < JWOOLSEY'S
Circuit E. K. Foster Sanford.
Seventh Orlando.
Surveyor-J. 0. Fries; Orlando. .
County Judge-Walter Tate. Treas-urer-C. W. Jacobs Wilcox.. AGENT,
Ct art Calendar.FIRST ,
Clerk-F. E. de la Rua.SherffJoselh .
CIRCUIT. { Wilkins. POLK.
Fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Julge-J. A. Fortner. BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, :DOMESTICKALSOMINE.
&' Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. ANDDealer

Walton, 4th'Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N.'B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. in Ice ;i...
Holmes Wednesday; after 4th Mondayin Treasurer-F. F. Beville.
October.J Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis.
j Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. BROOM STREET WHARF, .
Clerk-J. A. Atkins.
in October.
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Sheri S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. l-ft FERNANDINA.. FLA.
Treasurer-R. H. Porter.
iI October. Judge of Probate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka.
! Collector Revenue-George A. Patton.
J% Escambia. :Monday in.December. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. EWING MACHINES,

10, 1879, and does not ,change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. .usUSE NO OTHER.

Spring Term. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public. Schools-A. J. Wood, ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES,
tl THIRD CIRCUIT. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka.

Spring Term- Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices
Taylor, 1st- Tuesday, after- 1st Monday,in Treasurer-A.'W.: Smith. .
Couniy Judge'--Jolm R. Kinibrew
April. Collector Revenue R. M. -ALSOIT'T1CH'uiNT8 -
of -
Sheriff B. A. ,Tucker Perry. FOR SALE BY
in ,
Madison, 2d Monday April.
Schools C. E. L. Allison.
_J.l4Iuilt.lu1-4th.Monday inA.prilt' y Superintendent- of Clerk-;.John" C. Calhoun, Perry. of every and ,
r- Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4tnMonaayColumbia -HAMILToi COUNTY: Superintendent of,Schools=T.:'J.:.Faulkner., for'any Sewing Machine.,

1.April. County Judge-Samuel McInnis Jasper. Perry _? _, "" for sale.
3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton,Perry. GEO. F. LEWIS\
M April. Sheriff-Sampson Tavel, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. pIJ- Old. Machines repaired at moderate ,
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. prices.

in April. Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid SANTA ROSA. HENRY HOBEIN,
Fall Term- Corner Third and Ash Streets, AGENT FOR
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. County Judge-John Chain. 8 Fernandina, Fla.
October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard._

Madison, 2d Monday in October. County J'lfdge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. C. A. WOOLSEYS'JERSEY
Collector Revenue-W. J. Williams. TOURIST HOUSE
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. of ,
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff; J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
in October. Collector of Revenue-Jco.E..King, Lecanto. JOHN'S COUNTY. FERNANDINA, FLA.

Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- CITY
October. xille. tine. I6rNOWOFEN S

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo Oliveros, St. Augustine.
. fI. in October. Floral City. Ramon Hernandez St. FURNISHED AND PAINTED
Sheriff Augustine NEWLY -VVBITm: : LEAD-
First-class accommodations.
FOURTH CIRCUIT- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, -
Spring'Term JudgeT.Carruth.. St. Augustine. .
I St. John's. 2d Tuesday in March. County TERMS $2.00 PER DAY.
% Clerk-W.' A. GivensLTampa. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau,
Cla'y; 4th Tuesday in March St. Augustine.
P. Martin
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff-J.Collector Revenue, Tampa.W. J. Martin. SUMTER COUNTY. %S? Special arrangements by the week or -AND-READY-MIXED
of month. .
Baker 2d in
Tuesday April.
R. Steele ,
County Judge-J. Leesburg
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. ; W. G. ELLENWOOD PAINTSWINllUW
Clerk-C. M. Knott Sumterville.
,". Duval 1st Tuesday in May., County Judge-A. H. Brownell. SJieriff ':J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. 10 Proprietor.

Fall "TermSt. Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Collector of Revenue-1. N. Withers, Lees-
: John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay 'Sheriff=Thomas N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent.
4th Tuesday in September. THE OCEAN HOUSE
Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of Schools-C. F. Venable, ,
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. Sumterville.

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. ,
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. County Judge M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. GLASS
a FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. ON AMELIA :BEACH, FERNANDINA, FLA
Clerk Frank Philips. Sfieriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. ,
Spring TermSumter -- ,
: Wilson H. Sessions
Sheriff Andrew Scott. Collector of Revenue- ,
3d Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Live Oak. NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.THIS .,
Marion 4th in March.
Collector Ret'C11ue-John Superintendent Schools A.. W. Mizzell ALL SIZES.
of B. Anderson. of ,
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in
Superintendent Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. Welborn.
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday: JEFFERSON. VOLUSIA COUNTY. 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,
Alachl1a,-4th Tuesday after 4th'Tuesday Sheriff; D. B. Bird, Monticello. prise. has been fitted up as a first-class refreshment
'. in April. Cleric-W. C. BirdMonticello.Superintendent Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. saloon for the accommodation of the traveling -
Fall Term- of 'Schools-J. A. Walker, Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. public, as well as the home people.
.c .; Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. SaELLAO: ,

g Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer W.:M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of School -B. F. Fox, New COOL LAGER BEER,
'< Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. Smyrna. .

,yII Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue. J.. H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. FINE LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday HARD
ticello. OIL
will be made specialty. A SODA-WATER
i>i November. County Judge -R. S. Smith. ,
:, SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Sheriff-Charles Alligood,'Crawfordville. STAND will also be run in connection with

'. Spring Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. the institution, for the temperance people.
Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheri -C. S. Weathersby. Superintendent I of Schools E. :Y. Watts, CLAM CHOWDER AND LUNCHES at
'i'' Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Crawfordville. I
Brevard County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- BATHING SUITS TO LET.
"A;; 1st Monday in March. Schools-J.C.RamseyNew
SSuperintendentof Give call. .
l Dade,3d Monday in April. fordville. us a
ti' ,loll Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- 'JULIUS KLOTZ, Manager.DILLHEADS. OIL.XALSOUINE"

Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. fordville. .
", Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. WALTON. NOTE-HEADS, LET

Brevard.4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. etc., neatly printedat

lk .Iadei 2d Monday in Novem er.i LEON COUNT Clerk-D. McLeod.-.- the MIRROR office.FOR -

County. Officers. County Judge" E.:'Ml:'West,'Tallahassee. Sheriff--John C. McSween.
Treasurer James E. Bowers.
Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. = SALEt.:
Collector B.l\IcLeo'd. ,
ALACHUA. of Retenue-'V
i Clerk C.
A.Bryan, Tallahassee. .
: ville.County Judge-:Junius C. Gardner Gaines- !. Tallahassee.Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. .<. -THE-, .
; Clerk-J. A. Carlisle,. Gainesville.:, : Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. Domingo Acosta Grant All 'Shades 50 CENTS per Pack-

'I Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. I Collector of Rerenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ,
Collector Revenue-H. Clerk-D. D. Melvin.
of C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. .
of Five' Pounds.
ville. LEVY COUNTY.ClerkJ. Sheriff-S. W. Davis. age
? Superintendent 'of Schools-W. N., Sheats, ,Treasurer-Thomas Miller. '
; Gainesville. Bronson. Collector of Ret'enue-John Roche. 2,000 ,
Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. .
Superintendent Bush
BAKER COUNTY. of Schools-Henry ;
Collector of RerenutW. H. Anderson, FACING THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AND
County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar ,Key. _

Sheriff-J.Clerk-F. J.W.Pons Vanbuskirk, Sr., Sanderson., Sanderson. Bronson.Superintendent SchooJas. ,P. DePass, LUCY COTTAGE ;' .DUNN'S CREEK. GEO. F. LEWIS,

Collector of Ret'entu-J. W. Burnsed. San- LIBERTY. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, The property adjoins the town of SAN
erson. JIATEO, and offers one of the best land-
Superintendent of Schools Wm. Lessene, County Judge-R. F. Hosford.' FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ings on the St. John's River. It has a front-
,aiderson. 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
Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. without board. Table Boarders will be the original owners.T. .
County Judge-J. F. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-L. G. Wilder. accommodated also transient. I ,
; A. ACOSTA Adm'r.H. .
Clerk Henry R.York, Lake Butler, Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.J. Gregory. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. H. LINVILLE, Attorney. FERNANDINA', FLORIDA..

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THE FLORIDA :MIRROR : JUNE 19. 1886. ': .

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Silas Get. a Wife. I ._. ;
I with train .
on Branch for Panasoff- Pullman Palace Cars between Savannah and
Slits Is a country characterwho' '-' ,' ;i;<- :- : :: kee, leaving Wildwood at 9.35 a m; at Waldo with Tampa, via Gainesville. '
No. 12 from Cedar :
: : Key. and at Baldwin with No. Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville and
means welL He tries to earn a living ESTABLISHED 6 to Jacksonville and No. 9 '
... :'t "' -" .:.' 1875. on Western Division Washington. --
and "tinkers around" at odd Jobs and : : : v Xn : for all points West on that division at Callahan Through Tickets sold to all points by rail and

chores and whatever he can get to do ; i -- with Fast Mail for all points East. steamship connections and baggage checked

but he works a good deal as he talks, f /' ; : DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY Jacksonville:No. 4 iS'lllght, connecting train through,with Tavares from Tavares Orlando to secured through.at Also Company's Sleeping: Office Car in berths Astor's and building.sections
JLJCivq j
with a painful drawl that!: is very suggestive I: & Atlantic train with Sleeper from Oriando. at 82 Bay street, and at Passenger Station and on
of that state of natural restfulness '. Waldo .with No., 22- afternoon accommodation board People's Line Steamers "H.B. Plant" and

which his ilk called born : 20 train for from Fernandina.Cedar Key; and at Baldwin with No. "Chattahoochee.City of Jacksonville." and DeBary-Baya" Line Steamer -

tired. & CO. JAS. L. TAYLOR
Silas came to mend the fence the other General Passenger ,
1 ; Fernandina Agent.
day for one of his patrons in the subur- & Jacksonville Branch. B. G. FLEMING, Superintendent

ban village where he belongs with a -
pecu- ; >::fj- GOING NORTH Week Days. Sundar. -- -
liar air of festivity about him. =I PHARMACISTSCentre 1= Jacksonville Florida Southern
... : 9.2.5AX 5.00PM 9.00AX 5.35PM Railway Co.
He had on a bright new necktie of blue .. '-1.5 iif ;: Ar Fernandina. 11.00" 6.10" 10.10. 6.45 II
;: J1.I.1)1'
a.1. :> ...' :? '
and his honest
silk face wan .
Japanese >- GOING SOUTH
covered by an expansive all the :: ROUTE.
grin ..< :J Street Fernandina. 7.00AX 2.45AM 7.00..01 .1.00px
time that he was receiving his orders. Ar Jacksonville 8.10" 4.25 II 8.10"' 5'10" GOING SOUTH.

II You seem happy Silas said Mr. l : ; 'i' i., ',i.s !
.... ..., FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, Fast Mail Daily Ex. Accom'n
Blank, with some curiosity, when he had I Daily. Sunday. Daily.

finished about the fence. :., r.Q. ..;.g':,\".'",';.:! t/'f" :t/, .. ';. constantly on hand a fine assort- Withlacoochee Branch. Palatka..............Lv 10.00 aJune. Lv' 3.30 p ?..._......
Yams," drawled Silas ; Uya-as I've KEEP .J.T.&K.WAr 10.15 aInterlaehen Ar 3.40p _......_..._
of FRESH and PURE FOR- ........
.Ar 11.07
: a Ar 4.15 p ......_....
married this GOING NORTH. GOING SOUTH.Lv ?
been a gettin' mornin'. EIGN and DOMESTIC Wait's .....
: Crossing A.r 11.43 a Ar :I.52p ...._......
"Married: ? You? Why, Silas, man Lv" St.Catherine 4.00PM Wildwood.... 9.35AM Rochelle ..............Ar 12.06 a Ar 6.13 p ..............
alive, what on earth have you gone and Panasoffkee. 5.20" Ar Panasoffkee.10.10 Gainesville..Ar 12.45 a Ar 5.40p ? ...........
Drugs and Chemicals Wildwood_. "
done that for? You can't support your- ? 5.50"I I St.Catherine11.10. Gainesville ._._Lv.ll.30a Lv 4.40 p _..... ......
self as it is !I" Rochelle.....?......Lv 12.21 a Lv 5.13p 6.55 alicannpy.

Wull," said Silas, I ken pooty near Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, ..........................? ...."......_.? 7.45 a
CONNECTIONS. Evinston_......... .Lv 12.43 p Lv 5.3'p 8.20 a
support myself 'n' I think it's a durn At Callahan with Savannah Florida & West- Lochbie..............Lv 12.55 p Lv 5.40 p 8.50 a
pity if she can't !1" Boston Proprietary Fancy Goods, Ocala............
help some -[ ern Railway, for Savannah, Macon, Atlanta, ......Lv 1.52 p Lv 6.25 p 1000 a
Record. M. DOWNEY Charleston! Washinton. Baltimore, New York, *Welshton..Ar 2.15p Ar 6.4p L22p
.. .. i FINE TOILET ARTICLES, Cincinnati St. Louis, Chicago, and all points South Lake Weir.Ar 3.05p Ar 7.27p 2.28 p
Conant ....._.. .....
A. Baby Saint West and Northwest.At ..Ar 3.14 p Ar 7.36: p 2.48 p
Silver Spring with Ocklawaha River steamers Leesburff..Ar 3.53 p Ar 8.02 p 4.20 p
An elderly gentleman, to redeem a PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ; at St. Catherine with Florida Southern Rail- Center Hill......-..Ar 4.28 p ..........._.. ..............
of a buggy ride to a little girl of Is now receiving in the way, for Brooksville Bartow and Tampa ; at Pem berton's F'ry..Ar 5.12 p ...........?.. ..-w".....
promise called at IN GREAT VARIETY. Orlando with South Florida Railroad,for Sanford. Brooksville........._Ar 6.10 p ............... ....._......
four years home last Lakeland and Tampa; at Cedar Key with Steamer *Dinner at Welshton at 2.15 p m ; Supper at
Sunday afternoon to take her out of PI1YSiC llllS' Prescriptions Governor Safford, Sunday and Wednesday, for 6.45; p m. *

town. Manatee and Tampa. St. John's & Lake Eustis Division.Fast
CITY carefully compounded with Drugs at .
Her father declined account of the MARTHIS pure ,
reasonable prices. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Mail Mail Daily Ex.
weather and instead of the child
showing Steamer leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Daily. Daily. Sunday.
disappointment she followed the gentleman days and Saturdays express at 5.10p. m.,connecting with Leesburg._............Lv 4.00p '............... Ly 11.15a
to the door and said : the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line sail- Fort ason..Ar 4.50 p ............ Ar 12 45 p
ing semi-weekly for New York direct. Fort Mason........................_ Lv 9.20 a .....??......
"I don't think you are a man of God, Eustis.................Ar 5.05p 'Ar 9.30a Ar LOOp

or you would not ask me to ride on the SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Tavares..............Ar 5.35 p Ar 10.10 a...............
Lord's day.-Boston Traveller. SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY RAILROADS. Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville 9.25 a. m. Lane Park..Ar 5.45 p Ar 10.25 a.....?........
Wednesday and Friday,connects with the elegant Altoona..Ar 6.45p ......... .... ........._....
-- --_. .,.- -._--. Steamer St.Nicholas-inside route for Brunswick Pittman._._..... ...Ar 7.04( p ..... ......... ...............
The City Government. Darien, Savannah, connecting with steamers for, Astor................._Ar 8.10 p ............... ...............
-OFFOREON -- Florida Railway Navigation Co. Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. GOING NORTH.

CUMBERLAND ROUTE. Fast Matt Mail Ac. Daily

Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville daily at Daily. Daily. Ex.Sun.
.Iaror-Jallws McGitiin.Mar.hslStiyblIcri AND DOMESTIC SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 3, 1886. 9.25 a. m., except Sunday, connects with elegant Astor.................-Lv 7.00 a............... ..........\.;...
:Morris. -- Steamer Thos.Collyer, for Brunswick and through Pittman_............Lv 8.01 a............... ...............
Clerk-George E. Wolff.Awessur : CENTRAL; MERIDIAN TIME. trains of the East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia, Altoona............. .Lv 8.20 a............... ...............
-Joliu Stays. ;/ and Brunswick & Western Kailroads. Lane Park?..........Lv 9.00 a Lv 4.20 p ...............
Oa (One hour slower than Washington, D. C., and 33 A. O. :MACDONELL, Tavares..Lv 9.10a Lv 4.35p ....._.......
(C..I1.tnr-Ohn'j-. kiSTnsr minutes faster than Jacksonville, Local.) General Passenger and Ticket Agent. 'Eustis........:.........Lv 9.40 a Lv 5.20 p Lv 1.20 p
I"l1rt'rThlllllS Kvtlil.Board Fort Mason.Lv 9.55 a Ar 4.45 Lv 2.00
elt t Aldermen-G. F., Avery. Presi- GOODS WESTERN DIVISION. General Traveling Agent.F. Leesburg..Ar 11.00 a............. Ar 3.35 p

dent; n. Stark, 11. E. Robinson, "". Dorsey, B. PAPY, Main.Line..
Reuben Walker. P. MacDonald, R. Wilkerson GOING WEST. No. 1. No. 9. Traffic Manager.D. .
E. MAXWELL Fast Mail Daily Ex.Sunday. Accom'n
P. Kelly, Charles II. Bt'rg.Sianlin Leave Jacksonville............... 8.00 a m 3.00 p m General Daily. .

( committees of, the Council! : Baldwin.................... 8.45" 4.10" Superintendent. Brooksville........Lv 8.20 a............... .....Daily...........
On Finance ; on Laws arid Ordinances ; on -AND- 'I Lake City................. 10.10" 6.03" Pemberton'sF'ryLv 9.40 a............... .............._
Rules oil Printing ; on Taxes: and Licenses:, Lire Oak_.................. 10.59" 7.04" Savannah, Florida &Western R'y. Center Hill..Lv 10.25 a............... ...............
; Ellaville.................... 11.28" 7.45"
Aldermen and Leesburg ............_Lv 11.05 a Lv 6.35 a .........:_...
G. Mark Chairman, Berg FANCY ARTICLES :r.Iadison_.................. 12.01" 8.35" -- Conant ................Lv 11.34 a Lv 7.00 a .......*. ......
Hlhill-4l11. Drifton_..................... 10.05 WAYCROSS<< SHORT LINE. South Lake Weir-Lv 11.43 a Lv 7.06 a ........*.?....

On Streets and Drains ; oil "Public 'Im- Arrive Monticello................. p m 10.35 p m *Welshton...........j\.r 12.12p. Ar 7.24 a..........._..
provements ; on Lamps and Lighting Leave Tallahassee...................1.07 m 12.00 All trains of this Road are run by Central Standard Ocala.................-Ar 1.00 p Ar 8.14 a............... ,t
Streets ; on City Property ; on Scavenger CONSISTING IN PART OF- Quincy _...................... p" 1.52 a m time. Lochbie ...............Ar 1.53 p Ar 9.04 a' ............... J
Aldermen Arrive River Junction........... 3.25" Evinston .Ar 2.07 p Ar 9.14 a Lv 4.53 p +
Work: P. Kelly, Chairman, TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. :Micanopy........................."... .............. Lv 5.45' p
Stark and Robinson. Rochelle_...........AT 2.35 p Ar .9.37 a Ar 6.30 p
On Fire Department ; on Police; : Charles Piques, Victoria Laws, Train No. 1 makes.close connection at River PASSENGER TRAINS will leave and arrive Gainesville ..........Ar 3.20 p Ar 10.05 a...........?..
Junction with through train on the Louisville &
II. Berg, Chairman, Aldermen Walker land Nashville for New Orleans, and all points South- : Gainesville.........Lv 1.55p Lv 9.05a ...............
Wilkerson. Plain and Dotted Swiss Lawns, west ; arriving at DeFuniak at 7.25 pm. Pensacola NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. Rochelle..Ar 2.25 p Ar 9.30 a ....._........

On Pour on Cemetery ; on Wharves and 10.10 p m, Mobile 2.25 a m., and New Orleans at Leave Jacksonville......._......................... 7:35 a m Wait's Crossing.Ar 3.14p Ar 10 00 a...............
Robinson Chairman and Aldermen Tape Checks and Stripes 7.20 am.Close Arrive Jacksonville................................. 7:30 p m Interlachen.....:..Ar 3.55p Ar10.33a...............
Slips: It. E. connection is made at Flomaton for all Leave Callahan.................. ..................... 8:18am June J, T & K W..Ar 4.37p Ar 11.20 a ...........;...
Berg and Dorsey. points North and West; arriving at Montgomeryat Arrive Waycross.-... ...............................10:15 a m Palatk a...............Ar 4.50 p Ar 11.30 a...?.....?...
Light Prints (Suitable for the Season) 7.15 am, Nashville 7.26 p m;Evansville 2.30 pm, Arrive Brunswick via: B & W R R.....:.....'1:50 p m *Breakfast at Welhston at 7.34 a m.

St Louis 8p m,Chicago 7.05' a m,Cincinnati 6.35 a m. Arrive Thomasville................................ 1:37 p m STEAMERS J, LANE AND DISPATCH
FINE PIZIKTIXG. SEND YOUR Irish Linens Table Cloths No. 1 has Sleeper, which runs through from Arrive Bainbridge ?.... ...........>................. 3:35 p m :
FOR(\ :' to the MIRROR office. 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 via L & N R R_............10:10 p m and Harris, touching at all landings.CONNECTIONS., !;.
---- -- -- ------ Towels, Napkins, Doileys, with Louisville & Nashville train .for Montgomery Arrive Mobile via L & N R R....:......:........ 2:30 a m

Warranty and Mortgage DeedsLINEN and points North and West; arriving DeFu- Arrive New Orleans via L & N R R.......: 720 a m .

Irish 'and''.Hamburg Edgins, niak at 8.20 a m, Pensacola 12.30p m, Montgomery Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand At Palatka, with Jacksonville, & Key
7.55 m Nashville 7.20 a m, St.'Louis 8 and Mobile.
p pm, New Orleans, via Pensacola West Railway, and fast river steamers, for St. Au- ?
>S sent upon receipt of 2-cen Chicago 7.00 p m, Cincinnati 6.35' p m. Augustine, Green Cove
FAST MAIL. Springs, Jacksonville, and
Domestic Shirting Sheeting etc.
tamp. Address This train carries Sleeper through from Jack- Leave Jacksonville.................................. 2:00 p m all points North, East and West, and with up-river
FLORIDA MIRROR, sonville to DeFuniak without change.' Arrive Jacksonville...............................12:00 n'n steamers for South Florida : also with tAe new
26 Fernandina, -Fla. Leave Callahan....................................... 2:45 p m twin-screw iron steamship 'City of Palatka." and
-A NICE LINE OF- GOING EAST. I No.2. No. 10. Leave Chattahoochee............................11:30 a m steamship City of Monticello. for Charleston, New
--------- --- ----- -- Leave River Junction............11.30 a m 12.3.' a m Leave Thomasville........................?.......1:40: p m York, Boston, Philadelphia, etc.

Brunswick & Western Railroad. Quincy _....................12.17 P m 1.52 Arrive Waycross ....................................- 4:40 p m Mail trains make close connection both ways
Tallahassee................ 1.15" 3.45" Arrive J e!>np ...........................................- 6:15 p m via Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway, at
Drifton _..................... 2.20" 4.50" Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G............ 8:35 p m Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast Line-fast mail.
TY TY UOU/TE.. REA Y:MADE' Ct THING Arrive :Monticello._.................3.05 m 5.05 a m Arrive Savannah..................................... 7:58 p m At Gainesville. with through Pullman Sleepersover
p Arrive Charleston.................................... 1:25 a m Savannah, Florida & Western Railway, for
FIFTY MILES Leave Madison........... ......... 3.22 p m 5.58 a m Arrive Wilmington................................. 8:20 a m New Orleans, Cedar Key, Pensacola, Savannah
SHORTER THAN ANY OTHER Ellaville..................... 3.53" 6.35" Arrive Weldon....................................._ 2:15 p m Albany, :Montgomery, Louisville, St. Louis, and
ROUTE BETWEEN WAYCROSS I Live Oak_.................. 4.20" 7.05" Arrive Richmond..............................._".. 6:00 p m all points West.
AND ALBANY. Black Silk Coats Lake City_.................... 5.07" 8.16" Arrive Washington.. ..............................1100 p m At Ocala. with Florida Railway & Navigation
Alpaca Baldwin ..................... 6.30 II 10.55 II Arrive Baltimore....................................-12:35 a m Company, and hacks, for Silver Spring.
O AND AFTER FRIDAY, MAY 7th. 1886, Arrive Jacksonville................ 7.15 II 11.58 II Arrive Philadelphia................................3:45 a m At Astor, with St. John's River !steamers, for
passenger!! trains will run as follows: I Arrive New York.........:...........................6:50 a m Jacksonville, Sanford and way landings
FOR) THE WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH. No. 2 makes close connection at River Junction and from"Jacksonvilleand At Leesburs, with the St. John's & Lake Eustis
Pullman Buffet Cars to .
Mail And New Styles in Seersucker Suits, with Louisville & Nashville trains from New Or- New Division of the Florida Sonthern Railway, and

Brunswick.........?............Lv 1:30: p m Express.9:00: pm leans, and from Chicago. St. Louis, Cincinnati, York.EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. boats Lakes.At .on Lakes Harris and Eustis, for points on
Pyles' Marsh....,..............Lv 1:55 m 9:25 m Montgomery. Has through Sleeper from Mont
Jamaica.... ..... ....Lv -22 p m 10:00 p m gomery.No. Leave Jacksonville................................. 4:30 p m Pemberton's Ferry, with South Florida Rail-
JVaynesville?......?..?.............Lv 3:00: p m 10:40 p m ,1JR8: A BARGAIN. 10 makes close connection with trains from Arrive Jacksonville..................... .........11:30 a m road, for Lakeland, Tampa, Kissimmee, Bartow,
Hoboken........ 3:55 p m 11:45: p Montgomery and North, and. has Sleeper from Leave Callahan....................................... 5:14 p m Orlando, Sanford, Tuckertown and Fort Dade.
P pm DeFuniak ............................10:46 ; O. W. BROMWELL, s
Schlatterville..................._Lv 4:12: m 12:00: ng't Springs. Arrive Callahan....... .. a m
'aycross._. 4:38 p 12:30 Leave Waycross.... .....-......................:... 7:30 p m General Passenger Agent.A. .
Savannah via S, F & W..Ar 7:58: p m 6:15 a m STRAW AND FUR HATS Arrive Waycross.......... ........................... 8:25 a m C. CGWAN,
racksonvillcvia S F &WAr 7:30: p m 8:05 a m SOUTHERN DIVISION. Leave Gainesville. ........-. .................. 3:50: p m General Traveling Agent.
p,m a m Leave Lake City.............. .................... 3:45 p m SHERMAN CONANT, _
Jacksonville S, F & \V..Lv 2:00: p m 9:30 p m GOING SOUTH. No. 7. No. 5. No. 3. No. 19. Leave Live Oak....................................... 7:10 p m General Manager.
Savannah, via S, F & W..Lv 7:01: a m -. Men's Boys' Ladies' and Misses' Lv Fernandina. 10.10AM 4.10PM Leave Thomasville............ ...............1115 pm .
Waycross....._.......-Lv 5:00: p m 12:45: a m Callahan...... 11.30 7.25 Arrive Albany._......................................1:30 a m -
leal-son.....?.?.._Lv 6:13: p 111' 2:00 a m Arrive Montgomery via Central R R...._'8-00 a m
A'apaha............................Lv 7:17 p m 2:58 a m Lv Jacksonville..11.45 Au 8.45 P M ............ Arrive :Mobile via L &NRR ................. 2:10 p m
Ty 1). ................. ............Lv 8:41 pm ......_...... II Baldwin..12.50PM 12.30" /I10.00 II 930Par Arrive New Orleans via L'& N R R......... 7:30 p m
Sumner........................... ............ II ..
Lv 8:56 p m > GAITERS SDODS H B AND' LIPPBR S Highland.... 1.27" 10.57 Arrive Nashville via L &N R R.............. 7:10 p m
Wilmington................. .... .._...... II
Lv 9:28: pm. Lawtey_...... 143" 1116" Arrive Louisville via L & N R R .:.......... 2:25 a m amm
Davis..............................Lv 9:44: pm......?...... Starke........ 2.04 II N o. 11. 11.42 i No. 21. Arrive Cincinnati via L & N R R--............ 6:35 a m
Albany..............................Ar 10:00 p m 5:30: p m .. Waldo ......... 2.45" 2.45 PJll2.30 AMM 4.15 AM Arrive St. Louis via L & N R R-............... 7:40 a m
iNn, via C R R...............Ar ......_...... 9:40 a m 3.30 c. 6.25 IIII
A via C R R........?Ar .............. 1:55 p m UMBRELLAS: : : Lv Archer.Gaines,1l1e........ 4.20 II 8.20 II Pullman Buffet Cars to and ,from Jacksonvilleand
Marietta, via W& A........._Ar ......_...... 2:39: p m 'Bronson....... 4.50 ". 9.10" St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, Mont- ALL FIRST-CLASS
crat.tanooga.Via W &A..Ar ......?...... 7:07 p m Cedar .. V 6.45 u 12.25p1 gomery and Nashville.

FROM THE WEST NORTH AND SOUTH. d : : Lv I. Hawthorne_ 3.25px 1.37Af II Leave Jacksonville.................................. 9:30: p m Store eaDer now keep it for Sale
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Citra. 3.57" 2.24 Arrive Jacksonville................................. 8:05 a m
Mail.' ;Express. ;. "SilverSpring 4.42" Leave Callahan....... ...:......................:...10:20 p m
Cincinnati via Cin So._Lv?_...... 8:47 p m, And a. great!;variety' other goods too II"Ocala_......... 4.57" 3.37 II .Arrive Waycross ...................... ...............12:35 a m
Chattanooga via W & A..Iv....:......... 8:55 aim numerous to mention.; ';..,;. | Wildwood.... 6.M 5.14 II Arrive Albany via B & W R R.............._ 5:30 a m w 1I
Marietta, via W & A;.......Lv ......_...... 1:36 p m Thankful forpast. favors.l .; | Lecsburg_........ 6.37 "I I 6.30 5.52 II Arrive Macon via Central R R.............._ 9:40 a m I
Atlanta, via C R R...........Lv -............. 2:45 p m .' ,..., .' Ar Tavares Arrive Atlanta via Central R R............... 1;A"; p m
Macon: via C R R..Lv ......_...... 7:10: p m 1\r.DO'VNEY.\ ; No. 7 is through train from:Fernandina to Tav- Arrive Jesup .......................................:..- 2:15 a m
A'bany............"....."Lv 5:30 a m 11:10: p mll'illingham. ares, connecting at Callahan with Fast Mail from Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G R R.... 6.00 a m Eakjng Powder
Davis!! -..............._Lv 5:55: a m ......_...... Fernandina, April 10, 1886. the East, at Baldwin withh train from Jacksonville Arrive Macon via E T,.V & G R B............ 8:30 a m
_Lv 6:10 am.............. and also No. 10 from all points on Western Arrive Atlanta via E T;V & G R R.........12:05) n'n
Tumncr.........................._Lv 6:38 am.............. Division ; at Waldo with No. 11 for Cedar Key, Arrive Cincinnati via Cin South'n R'y.... 6:50 a m
Map ha................... .......Lv 6:53 am.......... and at Tavares with Tavares, Orlando and Atlan- Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir,Buffet n THE mmTO I I
...."""....?......?.Lv 813; am 1:45: a m tic train for Orlando. Caes via Waycross Albany and )Iac.'Ont and via 1
Pearson' ...?......?......Lv 9:14: a m 2:52 a m No. 3 is through train from Jacksonville to Tav- Waycross Jesup and Macon,between Jacksonville
,,aycross_....?..................Ar 10:29 a m 4:00: a m .. ares, connecting at Baldwin with evening train and Cincinnati. Also, through Passenger Coaches -
Jac Savannah, via S. F & WAr >7:58 p m :",,' .( : ..T.;)- ,..,,. \! '<;.!.'..''' from Fernandina, and at Tavares next morning between Jacksonville and Chattanooga;via Al- PARENTS.
fcsonvillevlaS.F&W.Ar 7:30 pm 8:05: am '.,' -\ ) .. \ ;'if. with Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic train for Orlan- bany: and Jacksonville and Cincinnati Jesup.

Jacksonvllle.viaS. F& WLv 7:35 am 9:30 p m '.._ .-----.y- ,\, do, connecting at that point with South Florida SAVANNAH EXPK S.
Savannah,via S F & W..Lv 7:01 8:45 m train for Tampa and intermediate points. This Many baking powders are very perniciousto
I'aveross.... .., __...Lv 10:40: am 4:10: p a m train carries Sleeper through from Jacksonville Leave Jacksonville ...._....... .................. 9:30 p m health, and while' every; one regards his
Schlatterville : a m 4:35 : ,- to Orlando. Arrive Jacksonville................................. &:05 a m own,he should also have a care for the tender
_Lv 115 a m
a m .............................1050 m ones-the little children. '
Hoboken .. .....,.........,._Lv 1120 a m 4:25 a m 1I 1\ ';, Leave Callahan.... .; p
11'aynesville.! ?.. ......_.......Lv 12:18 m 5:55 a m ;., .i. GOING NORTH No. No. 4. Arrive Callahan....................................... 7:{).'> a m
Jamaica ? ..Lv 12:55 p m 6:40 a m ,;." Lv Tavares....... 7.20 8'1 8.05 PM Leave Gainesville................'.................... 3:50 pm SEA FOAM
gyles' Marsh....,..???. Lv 1:15: p a m 7:00 a m c. _... .7.-17 8.52 IIII Arrive Gainesville .._.....................-.-. 9:35 a m
? 'Lcesburg. ..................._............... 3:45 m
Brunswick.................... .Ar 1:50 p m 7:40: a m Wildwood... 8.16" I 9.45 Leave Lake City p contains none of the bad qualities of baking .
? 11.25 Arrive Lake City........................,...........-10:00 am powders-soda or saleratns., It contains.80.
...... 9.20
BRUNSWICK AND. WAYCROSS ACCOMMO. :f.1 .i .r :: U Silver : 9.33" I ............ ,Leave Live Oak....................................... 7:10 p m hurtful ingredient-no alum or amxionia.SCIENTIFIC. .
DATION. ", / i.Oo..t : II Sprg. .Arrive Live Oak......._........ ................... 6:15 am
at all Stations. .'....'. ;; \ ,.I.L-j.-- 'I Citra.10.17 '! .1.\0. 12. 12.47AM 1.37" .1.\0._ ".".,. Arrive Thomasville............:................... 7:50 a m
Leaves Brunswick......?......._.................. 5:15 am '' Hawthorne.. 10.49 7.15AK 2.00 Arrive Albany _.......................................1150 a m .
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Lv Cedar .. 723
Arrives Waycross-....................................10:10: a m .;. : Bronson Key..-... .9.10"' 4.50 II Arrive Arrive Nashville Montgomery via via L &Central N R R..R...R........... 7:10 p a m m An Chemists who have analyzed wbhave Sea used Foam it

RETURNING : '" I !' Archer...... 9.40 5'50 Arrive Louisville via L &N R R ....._..._ 220 p m commend it. Housekeepers
best efforts
Leaves ".aycross. ......_........................... 5:15 p m 'c '" ':c<' \. ; Gainesville. 10.35" 8.45 II Arrive Cincinnati via L &:; N R R............ 6:3a p m have will have failed no with other.other Cooks powders, whose are jubilant

Arrives Bmnswi k................................. 8:00 p m -' & Lv Walrlo ........11.35 AXI11.25" 2.30 AM 10.00II- Arrive St.Louis via lr& N R R.............. 80: p m Sea Foam. Saves-fune saves labor,saves
Purchase tickets at the station, and save extra : ., ,. .. i.i'rliJIl. \:: .:, Starke......... 122OPM 3.00 Arrive Waycross _......................._........1235 a m7.40am over money. ', ,
fare collected the train. .... .. ? Lawtey_... 12.40 : 3.35" Arrive Brunswick via B & W R R.. It is Absolutely
The mail train upon stops at all B & W stations. -..i" -5" 1.;. :,;;.. s ,' ..''.", 4' Highland.??. 12.56" I T O. 6: 3.55" No.20. Arrive Jesup _..........._................-......... 3:13 a m Used by posttiveJyunequa1ed.the leading hotel and restaurantsin pure.
Connections made at Waycross to and from all 1r f Baldwin._... 1.40 II 1.50PM 5.00 5.00Aat. Arrive. Savannah-.................................:.. 6:i? a m New York city and throughout the country.For .
points on Savannah; Florida ,&; Western Railway. .- .".,)_ It I; ,.& .LI1 y ..... 2'35 II 5.50 .. ...._... Arrive Charleston.........:..._................_..12x5 P m sale by all first-class grocers.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Mann Boudoir ",',<. II 2.45 II 8.10 Arrive Wilmington ......._....... .?............. 830 p m
cars upon Jacksonville and Cincinnati through Ar Jacksonville.. 4.00 10.10 Arrive Richmond...,.........................._....5:48 p m
trains. Arrive Washington! ..................-............-10:30 a m GANTZ, JONES & CO., -
; .... ................. ...12to m
A. McDUFFIE, G. P. A. : i .; < ,I- No. S is train from Tavares to Fernan- Arrive Baltimore __... : P .
F"J.. G. P. A. I. -- dina through at Tavares with Tavares. Orlan- Arrive Philadelphia_...................:......-. 2:37 p m 176 Duane St., N. T.
connecting ......._............_ .....5:30 m
A. A. GADDIS, V. P. & G.'.:M. -- < \ do & Atlantic train from Orlando: at Wildwood Arrive New York .... ; p

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: THE FLORIDA I MIRROR. Ocean City. That appearance an occasional in town"watermillion", but only the makesits "million'aires -

AUCTION SALE OF LOTS NEXT TUESDAY. amongst us are, able to indulge I

fi ff.W A YEAR;. $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS On Tuesday evening next, at 5 o'clock, in the luxury.,. OE SllEft GOODIlre II

11 Messrs. S m'l A. Swann'and, Chas. W. Lewis That in his communication last week

Reflection*. will auction off the lots at Ocean City on "Justice" was.not. tempered with mercy to I

Captain D. E. Maxwell returned from the Amelia beach. Especial low rates of fare any great extent; -

North on Saturday last. havd,been made with the management of That the popular supposition is that "jus:

the Florida Railway &Navigation Companyfor tice is blind," but "Justice," the correspondent -
Fishing for sheephead at the drawbridgeis invite attention to the following seasonable goods :
parties living along the line of the rail-
of the ,Minor, evidently ,has his eyes
order of the day.
now road who wish to attend the sale. To each wide open. ICE CREAM FREEZERS-The "White 'Mountain and "Gem"triplemotion.

The Fernandiua Bicycle Club will shortly purchaser of a lot a reduction to the amountof .

' erect a club house at Ocean City. his fare will be made. Ho! for the Beach. _: ,- '. ,, ,

:Mr. E. D. Lukenbill has been appointed The following schedule for.the running of WATER COOLERS-All sizes. :: '. .

' i baggage agent at the depot in this city. The Fernandina Bicycle Club. trains to Amelia Beach is now in effect: E J.' ,; -
On'Monday evening last the bicyclers of REFRIGERATORS Various styles'and at Furniture
prices our
:; : Reports are watermelons will. be plentiful DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. Store*
the city organized a club, electing Mr. Geo. r;,- 7 "
11:10 .
next week. The season has been very back- Leave Centre street at 4:10 and 7:30 p. in. on Centre Street. ':. :
s F. Lewis president and J. McGiffin secre- "
;i" ward. Leave Beach at, 6:10 and 9:00 p. m.
At the club only consists of
tary. present FRUIT JARS-Mason's all sizes.
L Major George R. Fairbanks leaves this six members-Messrs. R. W. Southwick, E. SUNDAYS. ,

I morning: for Sewanee, Tennessee, for the R. Williams, J. G. McGiffin, Mr. Ferrell, G. Leave Centre street at 10:15 a. m., 12:45, MONITOR OIL STOVES -Superior to all others.

. Ik summer. R. Hubby and George F. Lewis. Four applications 2:00: 3:00: 4:00, 5:00: 7:30 p. m.

Rev. }lr. Cary, of Mandarin, will hold for membership are now under Leave Beach at 10:308. m., 1:00,2:20,3:40

services in St. Peter's Episcopal Church to- consideration.The 4:15,4:30,6:10,,!)":.OO. P.n1.

'I": morrow. club is making arrangements to erecta Shipments'from This Port.

\ Mr. J. Fred Lohman and family left yesterday club house at Ocean City, on Amelia During the past'week' the! following ship- IN UR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
for Sullivan's Island to spend the beach, in the near future, the lots fpr the location -
f: ments were made from this'port via the New
having already been selected.
k summer. York steamship line:

7' ," Large quantities of lumber are now being A New Baptismal Font for St. Peter's.Mr. Per steamship Carondelet, of the MalloryLine

received for shipment both foreign and R. M. Henderson of this city, has for New York June 17-150,000 feet We have all the Seasonable Goods, both for the Household and for Pic-
lumber, 527 cases cedar, 534 packages vegetables -
coastwise. made of late years a specialty of carved 116 barrels rosin, 66 boxes seed, 73
; Mr. Isidore O'Neill brought in this week church furniture, and we have repeatedly packages merchandise. nics, Excursions, etc. fr i

f' some of the prettiest tomatoes yet seen in mentioned in these columns the beautiful ---- ---- -----
MARINE. BUTTER, LARD and CHEESE kept cool and hard in our Mammoth
. the market.Mr. specimens of handicraft turned out by him.
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Frank E. Hernandez and bride, nee To-day he will place in St. Peter's Church,in Port of Fernandina. Refrigerator. .

Miss Rogero, of St. Augustine, arrived here this city, the new baptismal font just fin- HIGH WATER. .
iast Tuesday.The ished by him after a design by :Mr. R.S. Sunday Saturday, June" 20..10:33 19............ 9:54 A."M. 10:51"10:15: P.!f. B* Everything at bottom prices.

Schuyler, the architect. The font is madeof Monday, \.11:13" 11:33"
family of Mr. James, a prominent "
curled and cedar Tuesday 22.1159 0:00"
Iisesburg real estate man, is summering at beautifully yellow pine Wednesday," 23........... 0:17": 0:47 II
to conform with the rest of the interior fur- Thursday, 24........... 1:06 ]:38 "
the Strathmore. .... ....... "
i It in Friday, 25: ; 1:27 2:31:
nishings of the church. is octagonal
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. I ENTERED. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
shape, and in the style of the Twelfth Cen-
Eppes died on Thursday evening last of Steam-packet Thos.Conyer,Dilwood.from Bruns-
tury. As a specimen of fine workmanshipit wick, Georgia daily.
cholera infantum.Mr. cannot be excelled. June Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from
New York: freight and passengers, to
T. Kydd shipped over 200 crates of R. W. Southwick, agent.
tomatoes. to New.York by the' Carondelet. A True Fish Story. 14-Schooner H. J. Cottrell- Haskell, from

They were beauties. Messrs. Philip Lawtey and Sol A. Mode, Boston. CLEARED.

About two tons of iron pipe'for the arte- undismayed by the statement publishedsome Steam-packet Thos. Collyer Dilwood, for Brunswick -
weeks since in reference to the bass ; Georgia, daily. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
sion well in this city arrived by the Mallory June 15-Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for
at the south end of Amelia Island
' steamship Carondelet this week. fishing New York;.freight and passengers, by
have been indulging in this healthful sport R.,W. Southwick. agent..
Sister Mary Alphonsus, eldest daughter of 16-Schooner Clara E. Berger, Cook, for New
1 weekly, with varying success; but never York.
Mr. Mularky, of this city, died at St. Jot Florence Leland Adams Phil-
have they met with such rare luck as one Schooner. ,
seph's Convent in Jacksonville last Tuesday adelphia. FFFFF U U RRRR 'NN N II TJLTTT U U RRRR EEEEEF
day this week, when, within a compara- Schooner Nellie F. Sawyer Arey, Port of
f night. tively short time,they landed twelve large
John Risk of Orange county, IN PORT.
Captain and beautiful specimens of the Labrax Line- URREFFFF
Schooner H. J. Cottrell, Haskell. U URRNNN.IITU
. father of the popular commander of theY atus, twenty to forty pounds in weight. Schooner Florence Rogers. Adams. U U' RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEE

Carondelet, left for New York on that steam- The pride with which their trophies were Schooner B. B. Woodside. Reed. F U, U R R N N N II T U U R R E
Schooner Alice Hearn, Penniwell.
i ship this week. exhibited to their numerous friends on Schooner Annie J. Trainer, Derrickson. F U U'R'; R N N N II T U U R RE

Mr. Frank W. Marshal has been awardedthe Amelia beach and in the city is pardonable.Mr. Schooner Anni},B. Hoffses, Hoffses. F U U R RN NNII T U U R REF
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contract by the United States Signal Department I. wtey and the Messrs. Sol A. and I. Cental Notice.Dr. .

to erect flag-pole at the sig- Mode have received a 16-foot tent from Chi-
a new
L. P. ,Blair, D.:,D. S., of Jacksonville,
nal station here. cago this week, and shortly propose makinga
begs to inform his patrons that he will be at

4 4 A beautiful rainbow was in the western week's stay at the point. the Florida House: in this city, from Satur- Second.
Ware-Room Centre Street 'West of
horizon on Thursday night. "Rainbow at Painful Accident at the Shops.Mr. day until Tuesday morning. He will be on ,
is delight.:' It is the signof aid of
night shepherd's Leonard, employed at the machine prepared to extract teeth by the

dry weather. shops of the Florida Railway & Navigation nitrous oxide gas, and do all kinds of dental

4 Mr. and Mrs. William Lawtey and R. G. Company, met with a serious and painful work in a first 'class manner, at 'reasonablerates. -

f' McQuitty were passengers from this city on accident on Monday last. A force of men, I Especial pains taken with children.

the Mallory steamship Carondelet, for New he among the number, were engaged in put- Attention Ladies.
York, Thursday night. trucks under box One of
ting new a car.
Try a pair of Pratt's American Kid $2.50
Health, comfort and pleasure can be se- the trucks got away from the men who were Button Shoe. A pair of Pratt's Patent But THE' ATTENTIONOF

cured at a nominal cost by purchasing a lot handling it and it brought up against the ton Fasteners, worth $1.50 given away

in Ocean City. The auction sale takes place supports of the car, knocking them down, sale with at every. pair of Pratt's $2.50 MODE Shoe.BROS'For.

Tuesday evening next at 5 o'clock. and the car tumbled over. The rest of the -

The safest and most healthful surf bath- men got clear, but Leonard was caught, the Furnished Booms

ing, and the most glorious sea breezes on car striking him on the hip. Medical aid To let. Inquire of.. WILLIAM LAKE.

the whole Atlantic coast, can only be en- was at once summoned, when it was discovered -

Ocean Amelia Island. that the bone had been fractured. Finest Tallahassee Butter, I\\
joyed at City, on ( II III
rrr l
Leonard suffered intense pain. Dr. Pope, On ice, at WHITNER & SCHUYLER'S. Iii HOUSEKEEPERS II\
We are glad to be able to state that Col. G.
the company's surgeon, thinks be will recover I
clerk of the Motive Power Fresh Florida ButterAt
L. Baltzell,
but that he will be a cripple for life.
Department of the Florida Railway & Navi- WHITNER & SCHUYLER'S.Clothing. .

gation, who has been down with the fever Mrs. Grundy Says .
the past ten days, is recovering.Mr. That Captain C. M. Stark is nothing if not Just received, a fine line of Youths' and -

Pine, of Gainesville behind the original. He discovered one of the most Boys' Spring Clothing, fine goods. Prices

desk at the Strathmore, and is attentive unique bicycling accidents on record. He very low. J. & T. KYDD.

is bound to make his mark. COMPLETE: ASSORTMEN'rOF :
agreeable and pleasant. He expects every Special Sales Day. f,',: j ,
occupied'next week., Several!' families That this.is the season when the lean citi- .
4 room ON MONDAY, JUNE 21ST, ONLY. -, '
from Gainesville, Ocala and other points zen walks about in good humor and lets the
20 Standard Prints for $1.
wind whistle his bones while his yards
down the line are expected. through 12J yards Fruit of the Loom for $1. -
fat brother sits sweltering and swearing 20 yards Bleaching for $1.
% William Hamilton, who manages the under his hot blanket of adipose tissue. 50 dozen Black and Colored Silk Mitts at .

farm of Mr. C. W. Yulee, has shipped this That the praying band will have to be .40 cents per pair; worth 50 cents.
season over 300,crates ,of tomatoes'' from an 20 yards Colored Lawn for $1.
sent for unless have rain
we soon. Undershirtsat
100 dozen Ladies' Balbriggan
acre and'ahalf. Among the shipment made That there is a rumor about town that the 55 cents; worth 75 cents. FUlflll

this week were forty crates of large and sawmills will have to tro when the creosoted u __!'__ ___ MODE BRO'S. CtOCEllIES
smooth tomatoes.averaging eight ounces in
"', I piling comes; J
weight. That upon its arrival from BHoxi, Miss., t.Atlantic>-, .. Pavilion.

t' The Fernandina Boat Club will hold a the wharf improvements and railroad, extension ,. '. ', .

i meeting Monday night at the office of Treas- will be pushed to completion ; ON'AMELIA BEACH.

urer Lewis, in DurySe ,,b;.:lding. Every That Judge Pardee's order allowing the BOTH -

member is requested to be present without road to extend its southern line will probably -

further notice A regatta for'July 4th and hasten the completion of terminal This favorite Restaurant and Refreshmen

t other matters of interest to the club will be facilities here. Saloon, on Amelia's famous beach is now DOMESTIC
considered.Mr. That "J. M. A.," of the JacksonvilleNews dt(y FOREIGN 1Jb.

is preparing to inaugurate the boom open for the season, after ,having under-
: J. M. Arnow and Willie P. Arnow
will this that will. place St. Mary's on its feet and gone 'a thorough renovation. The best,of
return to Mary's week. R. L.
start it off in a race for precedence loca-
f Arnow and Lennie D. Arnow will remainin tion and attractiveness.That service at all times at reasonable rates. -WHICH WE ARE OFFERING-
Fernandina. Mr. Arnow has the
the .managers of a late excursion ,ALBERT,GLAIBER.
kindest feeling for the people of Fernan- .
t from Jacksonville to Amelia Beach report a
dina,having had a pleasant experience in Fenundina/Fla., May 1st, 1886.
his intercourse with them during his stay in most contemptible and nearly successful AT VERY LOW PRICES
attempt on the part of the Pablo Beach railroad -
the city.
to break up their excursion. Notice.

t I The Democratic Executive Committee of That it is a pretty high fence that sur- Notice is hereby given that all vessels arriving -

k the Second Congressional District, which mounts the tower of St. Peter's Church; at this port on 'or after the first day

6 r met in Jacksonville on the 15th, have madea That a continuation of the same open ., of May, 1886, will be required to undergo .
inspection at Quarantine. That is,all coast-
call for the District Convention to nomi- work, double X style in an octagonal spire, wise vessels or steamers will be inspected at

nate a candidate for Congress from the Sec- J would be very ornamental and attractive.That Upper Quarantine, at or near quarantine

: ond District for Wednesday, August '4th, at the l latest query is : "Have you ,from station on Tiger Island at; all Lower vessels Quarantine arriving WHITNER & SCHUYLER,
OcaU. Nassau county which has hereto- lot in Ocean ports
bought a City?
Ground, inside the Sound buoy. The quar-
, fore had only six delegates, under the new That the attempt to draw a color line on antine grounds will extend from a point'opposite -

apportionment is entitled to eight, a gain of Centre street Thursday eve resulted in draw- station on Tiger Island to the buoy in

two. The County Convention for the selection ing some bad blood, a deal of forcible language the Sound. H. J.; BAKER NO. 47 CENTRE STREET

of delegates will, probably be held the / and a general drawing of corks as a Secretary of Board' of Health. I
last week in'July. grand finale. Femandina, Fla., April 29. 1886. ;


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