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 26, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. VIII. FERNANDINA, FDA.; {SATURDAY, JUNE '26, ''1886. N 0..31.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Carnegie: Challenge Cup. policemen, assisted by tw ;bo's.'diovethem, ,In".Memorl am."MRS. Traveller's Guide.

: up and pounded them.. The ,cattle must' .. -
A HANDSOME: PRESENT ,TO. THE: FERNANDINA have been fifteen or twenty, equivalent to MARY M. Horr.The.'Vord'oGod. [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading
THE four most important: towns 'BOAT. in of indicates, intended
I CLUB. giving an account as a means of information -
$4 or$5. Who receives this amount? Does:
:Melbourne I With the we have the origin of the human to the traveling public. To be'relia
Australasia are now population thoughtful 'generosity race, places woman -
the city or the policemen? 'The cattle ordinance ble, it should be correct. The 'managers
282,947; Sydney, 224,211; I become accustomed to associate with the should -not stand"'as it does, as, it is a: by the 'sideof;. man as' his equal and help the different railroad and steamer lines will of

we were hardly surprised at'an invitation meet. Its sacred pages furnish exam greatly: assist us in efforts
Adelaide 103,864 and Auckland name I bid to persons to drive in cattle from ,the many. our to make it so
from our esteemed friend, Dr. Palmer the Would .ples of. women whose. virtues adorned'their by notifying us of changes made in the running -
country so as to receive reward.
60,000. ," to call and see a prize cup presented to it not be'well for ordinance; to be passed: s'ex'i, Especially honorable is :Mary the rected.] when'they. will be promptly cor-

our local' boat club by our large-hearted : mother of the Lord Jesus. Through _her
A CHICAGO JEWELER has,vented I to pay policemen $1 _or $2 to pound the_
of Dun- :woman is drawn peculiarly to Him TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
neighbor: Mr. T. Carnegie drunken human cattle that 'roam Sixth near RAILROAD
a self-winding watch. By an ar- geness." 'amTHis' : gospel brings to her' blessings not Day Passenger Train leaves
and Seventh
streets at night, ,tearing off
like the and bestowedupon: the rest of the For Cedar Key and Wild wood,and
care- But
rangement something we' confess to a very great agree- gates, demolishing fences and making the race. all points on Transit ,Roall.l0.IO

fully balanced lever of a pedometer, able surprise when, on doing so, we found welkin ring with hideous! yells and obscene' By,this gospel she is reinstated in. her.position For Savannah and all points North a. m.

watch is wound by the motion, of ourselves confronted at the worthy; doctor's language? This would be a blessing to at. man's side, from which she had and 'Wes................................10.10. a. m.
the store by a singularly beautiful and highly ,been so rudely.thrust. By it she released (connecting at Callahan.) y'
many families: who liye\ n .he city, but yet For Tallahassee
when walkiag. A walk of ,Pensacola and all
the wearer aesthetic medieval of elaborate work from thralldom ; she is elevated and enobled,
cup are not protected, although. there'are two points on the Florida Central & .
seven minutes will wind the watch- to manship, in the purest style of cinque aldermen living near by.: and she in'' whose heart Christ reigns is as Western Railroad................., ...10.10 a. m.
for forty-two hours. T cento art.. No thinly pressed and tinselled :# IVANHOE.A near perfection as is possible. (connecting at Baldwin.)

go trick" in the modern manufacturer's meretricious We are led to these reflections in consider- Day Passenger Train arrives

REPORTS from Cuba stats.that, the. style(abhorred by Ruskin), but solid Card. .'. ing the character of Mrs. Mary M. Hoyt, From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and -
FERNA\DINA.FLA., June 18, 1886. all points on the Transit Road... 4.00
Jn form, bold in design, and thoroughly who" fell asleep" in our midst on the 21st p.m
about to be / From Savannah and all
sugar crop now gathered, To the Editor of the Mirror: points in
most ,cultivated dapted for its purpose; a cup of generous inst. Mrs. Hoyt was born in theState of the North and West............,,,.; 4.00 p. m. !
which has been yz' School having closedrduring the heated
and ', .. capacity and fit to be passed in loving tri- ; -- New Hampshire: December 17th, 1830. She From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and '
term, we, the pupils of'Rev.:,; Mr. Chandler, all points on the Florida .
with free labor Central
will probably umph from hand to hand in honor of the came of that, New England stock whose-
by whom we have been taught both in-pub & Western Railroad............... 4.00 p.m
equal that of 1873. The crop.of 1873 well-won victor-of solid silver, in good forefathers severed all the ties of native
lic and private school,.,desire publicly to ex-, Night Passenger Train leaves
was the largest ever made on the repousfi work ; such as ere now have our love for him.and our appreciationof land to abide by their convictions of, duty, For Wildwood...........................4.lOp.m."
been evolved from the cunning brain who were wafted on the Mayflower to unknown For Savannah and all points North .

island with slave labor and just before and skilful hand of a Behvento'Cellini, his exertions to teachus; in all things appertaining shores to hew them out a destiny in and West................................ 4.10 p. m. I

the law abolishing slavery went and mayhap crowned in olden times the to our mor mental and physical the fear of God. Their children breathedthe (connecting at Callahan.) -

advancement, and hope that it may be Night Passenger Train arrives
into effect. The crop then was about joyous wassail of the hardy Norseman, so ordered in.the good: judgement of all interested atmosphere of liberty and were nurturedin From Cedar Key,. Wildwood, and I

775.000 tons.1IUNDAY when, flushed with victory and-laden with the I precepts of God's word. Their sons all points on the Transit Road..l0.10 a. m.
that he school and
rich spoils from the vine-clad hills and may secnre a we and daughters have gone forth throughout From Savannah and all points in

the Georgia revivalist, orange-scented groves of the, sunny Mediter- may continue under tutelage.: our.broad land, bearing. with them abundant the North and West.................10.10 a.m.
Charlie Woodward, Gussie MacDonell,. 'From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
who is trying to convert Nashville, isa ranian seashores, they made the echoes of Robert Tomkins, Marion_ "Woodward, blessings.Mrs. all points on "Florida.CE>ntra1 &

their rock-bound fiords and wild mountain Frank Papy Rabbie'Roux; Hoyt came Fernandina in. 1870;, Western Railroad.....................10.10 a. m. 1
reformed gambler, circus jugglerand Mariano Papy 'Eugene"Woodward I. with her husband and Fred \V. then
homes ring with the familiar shouts of son, a FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

variety actor. He is thirty years ."'Skoaal to the Northland Skoaal! Tom McOiffinJennie McGiffin'Wallace McGiffin Maxwell I lad. She has since been identified with the Train leaves daily,,except Sunday-

old straight as an arrow and good While offering the thanks of our community Edward Annie H. Jordan, Fraank.MaxwellJohnnie : i best interests of the community. Quiet For Jacksonville........................ 7.00 a. m.
.. unobtrusive she For Jacksonville ........................ 2.45 p.m.
looking. At a recent meeting in ,to its generous donor,. we confide (not Beal.TERNANDINAFLA. i discharged faithfully the, Train arrives daily, except Sunday-

that "two without some trepidation we confess!) this A I duties: of wife, mother, friend.' From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.

Nashville it is reported beautiful trophy to the care of our aquatic ;! .,.June 24, 1886. Though not nominally! a memberof: ,From Jacksonville.' ,....,.................. 6.10p.m.

gray-haired sinners, with both of friends,' "to have and to hold it," let' us To lhe'Editor' of the Mirror' h :, church she was constant in her attendance Sunday only-, j .
From Jacksonville ....................10.10 a. m, 4
whom the preacher had previously hope; for many a day. But should some of The Rev. Mr. Chandler closed his private upon its services and deeply interested in its 'From Jacksonville..:...:::...:.......... 6.45p.m.

poker professed conversionand our big brothers from St. Augustine or Jack- school on last Fridayfgreatly: to the regret'of peace and;prosperity. Her:walk: and conversation ': For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.

played the of sonville, Savannah or Brunswick carry all the children and, parents, who .have. 'gave(the best evidence that 'she.' For Jacksonville :.....:................. 4.oo.p. m.

wept bitterly at memory away.the prize from, our waters, let us hope been his patrons. As one;of his- ; patrons I appropriated the gospel as her own so that MALLORY LINE.
their errors." the loss will only be but temporary, and must, say, with my boys no one stands the grave was robbed' "of its victory arid,'death For New York direct every Wednesdayand

only stimulate""our'yachtsmen to fresh exertions higher in their 'estimation ; they consider ..of"its sting. Saturday, evening. -
calculatesthat From New York1'
A STATISTICAL EXPERT direct Tuesdayand
to regain! and return ,in honest him as near perfect as human can be ; they Her last illness was not of long continuance ;' Friday eveing,'at 3.00 p.m.every

if 1,000,000 babies started to- pride, in its rightful home, on the shores of never question,his. decisions ;; there are, no, but during. it she ''was'an intense suf. -iSLAND'ROUTE.. !
gether in the race of life 150,000 Amelia Island, and under the shadow of the, intimations of partiality, orfavoritism: i and ferer; but withal' so patient., so uncomplaining ''Steamer; 'SL,Nicholas 'leaveS .Feniaridina

Tower-of Dungeness; while strict and exacting,1 they feel he, would drop out in the first year, 53- Wednesdays and Fridays at 11'a. m.; leaves I,
THE CARNEGIE .CHALLENGE CUP.; his duty towards them. ,My ,children:'have .The funeral services- --- were..'. conducted on Savannah Mondays and Thursdays. '\
the. second
in .a.nd
. .1300 ,- .22,000 in; the last at the her
improved 'very Tuuch: fving us more;real.. Thursday ; ,Ie5i.dence.oC: son,, .
third At the end of St. Mary'8 Items. 'the Rev. H: S. Yerger 6f PensacoIaV; formerly : _CUMBERLAND- BOUTE.* ,
year. fortyfiveyears satisfaction as to their. impro. ment'. 'than' .by Steamer !Thos.:Collyer, for Brunswick --J J ;

about half of them would be Old Daddy Paddy, a colored man who.has with any previous teacher, and all. hope_that. her pastor. daily at............................ 3.00p.m." i '
resided here from the time St.:Mary's was in Mr. Chandler will remain here and continuehis ,The remains were taken for interment to (connecting at ,Brunswick with :':

still in the race. Sixty years wouldsee the woods, and who was the oldest' inhabi- good work knowing his place cannot be Meredith, N. H., where the body of her hus' E. T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern i' 'i

370,000 gray heads still at it. At tant in 'this city or section, died on the 19th easily supplied. band lies buried. The. entire community Steamer and Western Thos.Collyerfrom points.) Brunswick :** S

the end of eighty years there wouldbe inst. He must have been considerably' o.eri Yours, entertain the profoundest sympathy for her daily at...........................12.15p.m. :;

97,000 remaining on the track ; i one ,hundred years old. He was, at onetime DATE. son and only child Fred W. Hoyt, and her ST. MARTS*RIVER. .

I the slave of the father of Mrs. Gov- only sister, Mrs. L. D. Winch. Mrs. Winch Steamer Martha leaves'Centre street dock- j '
fifteen later the HOTEL ARRIVALS.
years number wouldbe ernor Reid, who was a citizen of St. Mary'sfor reached her bedside after her spirit had For St. Marys and Crandall, Tues- j '

reduced to 223 and the winner. day and Friday....................... 3.00p.m.For J ,
many years. Daddy Paddy was a remarkable STRATHMORE HOTEL. taken its flight. They are commended for
St. and
Marys Dungeness, on i :
would quit the track forever at the man physically and mentally, Wm Minnigerode. Mr and Mrs. George F comfort to the "God of all Comfort-to Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m.

of 108. and his accounts of the first settlers of the Drew Mrs L "J Brush, J E Myrick; J O' Him Who, while on earth, had,a tear to shed For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, j\:

age place were quite interesting.W. Pelote, J W Ryan and wife, Geo H Rich, for His friend Lazarus and Who still bidsus Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m. f '
Chas R TenEy k'l\Irs C R'.TeuEyck: W S Steamer Martha arrives- .j \
INVESTIGATIONS are still going on, R. Bunkley, Esq., the owner of the famous Moore, T Weathers, F H Skelding. F S cast upon Him all our burdens. From St.I| Iarys and Crandall, on ;

particularly in France, with a view to Cumberland Island house, is buildinga Yager, N P Lee, Sam'l 'A Swann and friend,. June 25. H. S. Y. Monday and,Thursday............. 7.00 a.m. :!
fine residence on Ready street, in this Edward Slaughter, W P Gifford and wife. S From St. Marys and Dungeness, ii,
utilizing the heat of the sun as a W Foster. W H Edwards,Jr Chas W Lewis
and ....
His island hotel is fitted to be a great CALL FOR A CONVENTION. on Wednesday Saturday 9.00 a.m f
source of power and warmth. One of city. I Mode, R S Schuyler, Fred W 'Howard, J EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS, From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, 'i

.. w tering'place. W King, Miss C L Schuyler J Richardson, SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DIST. FLORIDA. Tuesday and Friday. .............. 2.00 p.m. J
the most interesting and practicable Dr. Charles Hardee, who owns .Martin's J B Upham, E Gf'.Hill, Chas Hill ,Louis Pursuant'to call the Executive Committee
methods in this line is that devisedsome Island in Nassau and who has a Hill, Mrs A M Van :Haaften, Porcher
county L'Engle, John F Dunn'and wife Mrs W C. of the Conservative Democratic party of Holders of City Bonds j

time ago by Prof. Morse, of country seat at Conesville, with a portion of ; Eagleton, Miss M Eagteton, Capt L M the Second Congressional District of Florida
met at Jacksonville the 15th day of June,
his family, is spending the summer at his Thayer Mrs L M Tha'yer,AV T Forbes, GeoS
Salem, Mass., the limitations of which, St. Mary's home. A boom for poor little St. Wilson'and lady M T Dill, John H Noble' ," 1886, and after due consideration adoptedthe TAKE NOTICE.
Chas G Pearce, Mrs C Pearce, Miss L G followiug : I !
it is hoped, may be overcome by future Mary's thundering in the distance, and Pearce. C Gordon Pearce, T 0 Summers and The Conservative Democratic party of the

improvements. This devise con- ere another year has come and gone many wife, F J Dubos and wife,' G D Howell, E Second Congressional District is hereby NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT i .:
G D Howell Lizzie A called to assemble in convention at Ocala, unpaid Bonds of the City of
Mireta Howell Mrs
sists will come hitherto to pitch their tents and ,
simply of a shallow box, the bot- Wood C P Goodyear, S R Atkinson T A in Marion county on Wednesday, the 4th :Fernandina, Fla., of the series issued under

tom of which is of corrugated iron abide with this people. I Phillips, J H Thomas, W D Turnley 0 H L day of August. 1886, at 12 o'clock m., for authority an Ordinance of said City, f ,
The friends of Mrs. Catherine Richards,in Stribling, W'H Heathcoat, W C Matherson, the purpose of nominating a candidate to passed and approved May 31st ,1869, will be 1 i

and the top of glass. This is placed, Fernandina and elsewhere will regret to Fred 'V Hoyt and wife,'Mrs M M.Hoyt, C I. represent the Second Congressional District redeemed on presentation to G.Stark,chair- \ ;
and Miss Maria Dubos F S of Florida in the Fiftieth Congress of the man of Finance Committee, City of Fer- .
Hinge wife. ;
critical condi-
outside the building in such a positionthat learn that she lies in a very United States and to transact such other
Seavey and wife, Miss J.H Enow, E G Ches- j
the sun shines directly upon it, tion at Jacksonville. She, having been the ley, A Steil, Geo H Baker, R G Simkin, MRheinauer. business as may legitimately come before it. Holders of the above described Bonds will j
the wife of a Methodist preacher, resided.in. W .H Caulk and lady A H The several counties in the district' are requested -' take notice that the interest on the same j t twill
heat rays of the sun pass'throughthe many parts of Florida, and was noted as Williams and wife Geo M Wyetn Mrs M E to send delegates to'the conventionon cease June 30th, 1886.

glass and are absorbed by the iron, one of the kindest' to C Wyeth Frank T Bresnan, Miss Bessie the following basis : GEO. E. WOLFF,
being among persons Tysen, Miss Smith, Miss ,Frankie Smith S Alachua ...............18 Madison ..............11 City Clerk.
heating it to quite high,temperature, the sick and needy wherever she lived, and D Swann. W H Pleasant C Edwards. Baker.................. 3 Marion ..................15Bradford..10 Fernandina, Fla., June 3,1886.
and ventilation many will rise :up and call her blessed.St. : Nassau................. 8

by a system of a cur- Mary's is blessed with good<< .health. Letters Brevard..............: 3 Orange...................20 OFFICE OF,U. S. LIGHT-HOUSE ENGINEER,
rent of air is passed through the appa- List of Clay..................... 5 Putnam.. .;...............12Columbia..10 FIFTH AND SIXTH DISTRICTS. J}.
There are four white churches here-the in the post-office at Fernandina .
Remaining St. John's..... ... .. 7Sumter BALTIMORE, MD., June 21st,
ratus and into the room ,to be heated; Methodist Presbyterian, Catholic and Episcopalian Nassau county; FloridaJune 26th 1886. Dade..................... 1 ..................11 WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC

By this means the air was heated on -and three colored churches,Methodist Persons calling for these letters must say Duval...................20 Suwannee..10Hamilton. THERE for cash on Saturday July
and Ansion, Aney JohnstoneMrs Penny .............. 7 Volusia................. 9 17th 1886 at 12 m., near the postoffice in
Baptist African Methodist. The ,
pleasant days, to about ninety ,degreesin Brown, Wm Jones, Wortchop The Executive Committees of the'several Fernandina, Fla., all the material of the
court-house is located here. We .
county Burrell J B .Keen Elizabeth
passing over the iron. It is admit- counties will call conventions or general two-story frame house which has until recently -
have a drug store and six stores in the city. Butler, John Lane, S V Democratic
mass meetings of voters, as been used as a keeper's dwelling at
ted, however, that the chief 1 difficultyin The gardens are blooming. Thousands upon :Bean, Georgie, Ledd, Emmer each committee may deem best.topromote Amelia Island main .light-station. Fla., and
Peterson Peter
all these methods of solar heatingas thousands of melons will be raised in the Burns Beens, Georgia Morris Farmer Martha, harmony and secure a fair representation of which, including the kitchens, contains ten
the sentiment and choice of the people, to rooms. The sale is to be conditioned upon
substitute for the city and vicinity this season. The largestare Baker, Mrs Robert Ritchie, Hannah court-houses from
a ordinary or convene at their respective on the removal light-house premiseson
selling at 50 cents each. .This is a fine Bradley, Cli Roberson, Charlotte Saturday, the 24th day .of July ,next, and or before the 30th day of September,
artificial means is yet to' be overcome, vegetable: country and as soon as the roadis Cone, Wm' McCrooks.;Wm then and there select delegates to 'representthem 1886 of all the material sold but of whichno
being available only in fair weather, Camil, Chas 2 Scott M in the District Convention. part is to be removable by the purchaser .
opened it will pay well to raise and ship Davis Tommie C W
Spencer, -
All good citizens who expect to'abide by until all the holes and excavations which
though, in connection with the cus- early varieties to Atlanta,''Macon and Au- I I Edwards, Latimore Thomas. J T the action of convention, and to supportits may have been made in taking out bricks

solar gusta. Our market is supplied with very Goods, Mrs Caroline Williams, G M nominees, 'are.,cordially invited to par- from the foundation and cistern shall have
tomary system apparatus '
may 'Haver -Mrs J W
good beef. Gracy ticipate in the primary meetings and county been properly filled in, to the satisfaction of
effect a saving in the quantity of fuel I, ; Hills Henry' Werthington.John conventions. the Light-House Engineer, Sixth District ;
P. R. Arnow, Esq., residing near St. Hargrett, RachelVatison, Hallin HY. ROBINSON, Chairman. and further, the sale is to be made upon the

usually consumed. Mary's, has lost a fine blooded bull, purchased Hollins, Carter Walker Charlton Attest: 'C.'H. JONES, Secretary.The condition that all of the material sold

in Kentucky some years ago. Wertham I which for any cause may not have been removed -
Shipments from' This Port. St. Mary's, Ga., June 25, 1886. -demand for.quick,delivery of lumberin from the light-house site by the 1st
next shall that darevert to
of October
During the past.week the following.ship New York is so great the steamers have on
Lost or Stolen.. the light-house establishment, the same as
ments made from this port via the New Can't the Nuisance be Abated ? : take each trip. .A good sign of
were: A reward will be given for a double-cased all they can if there had been no sale made of it.

York steamship line: FERNANDINA, June 211886. Gold Watch inside crystal, B rtlett" prosperity.The ,Any further information desired may be

Per steamship San Antonio, of the Mallory To the Editor of the Mirror: movement; one inner hinge slightly dam, bad by application this office. _
Line for New York June 25-109,000 feet About noon to-day cattle were grazing in aged;" white enameled face attached to a Cedar Pencil Mills, at Cedar Key, are The right is reserved to reject any or all

lumber, 376 cases cedar, 47 Jogs cedar, 339 open fields remote from Centre street in no gold pressed link chain, links aboutoneinch no doubt kept busy all the while, if we: can bids. JAMES' F. GREGORY
barrels rosin. 121 barrels spirits,GG5 packages in length; chain about 15 inches long. ,
vegetables, 71 sacks sawdust, 29 barrels cot- way objectionable to any one, although in Also, a small Locket, .empty. For further judge by the large quantities of boxed stuff Captain of Engineers, U. S. A.,

ton seed oil,.100 packages merchandise. the city limits ; but, it being a big haul,,two information apply at Minor office. weekly: shipped by Mallory's steamers. Engineer 5th and 6th Light-House Dist..w. .




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loss, perhaps, of our greatest poets and gias and the persecutors: of'the Inquisition. I where he steppeui

WE FLING AWAY OUR GOLD. 1'p in:::"morning in question he turned the two They and even shuddered.lit up a modern He reviewed acquaintance his own or I I bitter Mrs.smile.Warrington rose with an intensely THE ENGLISH SAVAGE.

We I leaves of the volume before him with reviving life with pardonable satisfaction. No shame "But ,the beast has already turned and .

i5 Ease fling away comfort our, pleasures gold. never beg ii interest Now and then read a passage confronted him,, no willful act of wrong or rent her. The" quota' of fresh meat was not CARDINAL MANNING'S STORY OP
9j vain. aloud to his wife, as: cruelty arose to confuse him. The wife of sumciently great, or-not sufficiently ,raw.
i "The people of Venora when they saw I have to thank for SUFFERING CHILDHOOD.
+ From starving homeless ones our mite withhold his choice radiant and tremulously con you an instructive
him on the street, used to say: 'Eccovi 1' scions of his presence, was at his side. The morning.: The divine comedy, -reminds us

seed; thus whiten all uom ch' e state all Inferno'See, there is a chair in'which, he sat, the rug on which the that wickedness is its own Nemesis. Was it
When sown might Some of the Cases with Which
I the man that was in hell-=ah yes; he had been archdeacon stood, the very name: of the not' Perjurers-the false and unfaithful a Pro.

We plain our gold. in hell; in hell enough,. in long, severe sorrow florist who had supplied the flowers, all wore whom Dante saw frozen in their own tears tective Society Had to Deal-A, House
fling away and struggle; as the like of him is pretty marks of the divine approval In his hearthe Frozen-because of the cool deliberateness Where Children Were Considered a

; We send away our thoughts, sure to have been. Commedias that come thanked God that he was reaping the of their crimes Ah, that is as it should Nuisance-Unparalleled Brutality.In .
Half clothed and senseless soft they speed out divine are not accomplished otherwise." harvest of virtue and good works. been!

' away; Mr. Dibbins' mind seized acutely upon At the close of the lecture one lady lin "How strangely Mrs: 'Warrington talked! the most flagrantly wicked casa with

When, like the gorgeous tapestry inwrought, word-pictures of this character. He appreciated gered. Mrs. Dibbins did not retire, but exclaimed the rector, as their guest left the which the society has had to deal, 19 shil-
They might add luster to each passing them,' he even believed that he was seated herself on a hassock beside her hus- house with the exit for which she was cele- lings a week was the man's pension, and
lone of them, for there is an intellectual band. She was absorbed in brated. -Wasn't her manner extraordinary
day grave thoughts very regular wages made this into J:2; with full
, We send away our thoughts. I grasp upon such things with which the occasioned by the archdeacon's words. Each ?" time work it was 2 10 shillings; yet ha
heart has nothing to da commented upon them, Mr.. Dibbins at some Mrs. Dibbins turned up the toe of her dwelling was horrible. Nor had he many

ld We throw away our time, "How true," he remarked ,to Rachel, length; when presently the lady,who ap-' slipper and examined it critically. "I have mouths to feed. At no one time had he
That golden gift we never know to prize "that suffering is the school of our sweetest peared well known, remarked upon the un- sometimes thought Warrington is more more than two children, and only three in

'Till life's high goal unreached, too weak to graces, the arena out of which our greatest seasonable warmth of the morning, there attentive to Mrs. Cortelyou than to his all He was so good a workman, too, that

k climb, t achievements, our divine comedies, if one was a fine sparkling light in her eyes, tiny wife," she said. his employer, anxious not to lose six monthsof
. The last few moments pass our closing may so speak, invariably issue." He began crimson spot on eitner cheek. And suddenly, like the searching flare ofa his services, volunteered him a high tea-

is eyes another passage: "Dante burns like a pure The rector replied, with a smile and slight meteor, a radiance shot over the rector's timonial, which was produced in ocourt.
We throw'away our time. star," when a signal passed silently from the expansion of his frame, that upon the social observations of the past three years. Yet he deliberately got rid of his three

outer door to the butler, who was languidly, hearth of domestic happiness it was always "Good heavens, Rachel! he gasped in children, all of them, one after another.
; We cast away our love- and with but partial approval, surveying a warm. dismay, "what brutes we have been: Bat The first passed away before this society

We plant its Lowers upon life's shining Titian over the fireplace. The lady, Mrs. Warrington, who was notably surely the friend she alluded to was not had made his acquaintance. The neighbors
sands- I "Person outside to see you, sir," said the drifting toward separation from her herself?" said it had never had enough to eat

1d We bend the tender 'blighted blooms above, I critic, without removing his eyes from the husband, bit her lip, asped and uu.-.asped "I think now ,maybe it was," was the ver- in plain English, that it died of starvation'
Watered by tears within our feeble canvas. Mr. Dibbins shut the book with a her i.ngera 'And when the happiness ia dis. dict of the acuter penetration. "I'm dread- The death of the second took place thus:
I snap. The ethereal aroma was threatened. sipated,'* she obser\ed, "it becomes rather fully sorry we made such unfeeling remarks i I I It was in winter, in a bare room, on a mat-
.; I We cast away our love. "I suppose it's that tiresome man, too warm""Ah ?l""Sorry tress. The child, a girl, had but two gar-

N Lydia L, A. Very in Salem Gazette. Springer, come to get me to bury his wife," Mrs. Warrington! How sarcastic !1" Mr. Dibbins condemned him- ments on: a chemise and a print frock.

Y he observed. of you!1" cried Rachel; "and in the face of self unsparingly. "But the Warringtonshave There was no blanket, no coverlet, no sheet.

w A CLERICAL WORLDLING. hpringer was a gaunt, red-haired man, our honeymoon, which has just begun! L a great regard for decency. They will The window was. curtainless; the nights
with a cast in one eye. No object could am sure no adversity, no poverty, no calam- not separate," he said. were frosty., There was no fire in the
have been better calculated to jar upon a ity of any kind can. ever dissolve the fabricof "I don't know. Mrs. Warrington has grate, nor had there ever been through all
The shutters of the rectory windows were tourist who had just come from inspectingthe our devotion. some passions which are even stronger than i the long illness. There was no food, no

d wide open. This was very unlike the policyof French and Italian schools His gaze To Rachel there was but one honeymoon, her regard for decency. I fancy justice is physic, not even a cup of water to drink '

the rector of St. Ann's, who invariably slanted obliquely away from the rector and< that, of course, was "ours." one of them." Through all the pain of her slow, weary

prayed to be delivered from the flies, dust toward an Angora cat on a rug, and he Mrs. Warring raised her delicate "Oh, but my dear, even justice must give i I dying she had been untended, while for
and all disorderliness. But there had come I communicated his errand with what was brows. "Have you had your domestic hap- way to decency sometimes," protested the some weeks before she passed away she had
a change in the life of Rev. Arthur Dib t pitiably like a hair lip-two infirmities to piness injured i" she inquired. rector "It always does up to a certain I,I been quite unable to attend to herself; she

bins, as there ever must be in mutable : which Mr. Dibbins was peculiarly sensi- -Our vows have insured it," answered point, but-perhaps it is better so-not be- could not turn in bed, she could not raise a
l things. He had married wealth, and with I tive. Mrs. Dibbins, solemnly.! yond. I limb. Her bones almost protruded throughthe

wealth, bondage. It was the will of Mrs. It was as he had surmised. Mrs. Springerwas "Ah! But vows are sometimes broken. Mr. Dibbins gathered up his critical notes : bed-sores which added misery to her

Dibbins that the shutters should henceforthbe dead, and must have Christian burial Everybody does not keep vows. It is usu- with a sigh. "Miserable state of affairs! I I misery. Happily, during many of the last
open, and to this new state of affairs the' The rector drew out his notebook of Russian ally the man who does not" God grant we're mistaken! It is intolerable I i I days through which she lay in darkness and

rector was reconciled by many compensa' leather, and jotted down an item: Mrs. Dibbins looked at her guest in angry to see a woman of Mrs. Warrington's stand- I bitter cold, while actual death was slowly

tions. "Man named Springer wants wife buried. alarm. ing dragged in the mire of scandal and suf taking place, unconsciousness must have
His "shades" had been torn down in a No. 9 Alanthus row. Bad specimen. Sprinkle "Then it is the,:woman's' fault," said the fering." been as kindly to her as death; she possi-

frenzy, and were now usurped by beautifully camphor on self before entering house." rector with d cision."CertainlY'1eChoed. As the subject of these remarks, who had bly felt nothing, but gently breathed her-
,f -lashioned screens of fine brass links, "All right," he said curtly, pocketing his Mrit; Dibbins, who ceased to make use of her husband's car- self away.

purchased in Egypt There was drapery notebook. "I'll come. To-morrow felt herself to be blameless; "you will riage, walked rapidly down the street, she CHILDREN' WERE A :KUISANCE.
from Persia, and a revolving fan, like a encountered who stock-
o'clock. a man was standing
find in such cases that the
nearly always Down-stairs sat pair with whom she had
slave in attendance, over Mr. Dibbins'brown his hand in that still on the i
He waved a would pavement.It
way woman has failed to make her home attractive lived from her birth-her father and !
head where he sat Hortense, a have been significant to railroad was the gaunt uncomely form of
a magnate, to her husband"Now mother. They brought her no share of their
Frenchwoman, removed every particle of But Mr. lin- Springer. Something in the blanched '
or a literary man. Springer the Dibbinses, who were well bredif lip tea nor crumb of their bread. They had
dust before it had settled. His papers were He had been told that the rector and vacant arrested Mrs "VVarringtonl I'
gerei. eye
they were'anything were not aware of blankets for
themselves they had fire there.
filed and docketed with a system that hey kind Professor Stone- She felt as if she too looked like that ;
was a very man. course, that the lady with whom they were During these cold weeks a baby was born.
could only wonder and admire. He was blocker whose Mr. Dibbins had "You seem to be in trouble she said
daughter talking had failed in this veryparticular.The That was brought to her and laid in an
yt clad in a jacket of imported stuff, and tenderly, ;>>t and prayed over throughouta "Can I do anything for you?"
weJ the tour the
I wedding European
crossed his feet albeit -= ''I' prolonged onion-box in a heap of rags in one corner of
slippered eighthson
ml fender of workman consumptive career, had said so; and for honeymoon in the rectory had servedto The vacant eye, now lighting, faintly her room; it was not wanted. Children
a extraordinary turned down her. "I be
the tenth or twelfth time in his life Mr. exclude everything so alien as conjugal upon ought to goingon were a nuisance. Population was a nuis-
ship. he said. "My wife's dead. I've lost
I Ah Heaven, had sent compensa! Springer would have liked to know what a infelicity from the horizon. ance. Men were right who said so. It
, yes wife.
r tions. He had married Miss Rachel Plymp- kind man was. He did not know himself What all the parish knew and talked of, my made times bad and bread scarce, and therewasn't
The.words had the cadence of oft-re-
ton with the full consent and approval of what he wanted, but he hoped the parson Mr. Dibbins had not so much as dreamed.He peated strain. an much mone for pyramids and
her himself I would know. He'was conscious of a load was always in his place for the Sundayand billiards. The parent did not care for the
R. parents-for, although penni Mrs. Warrington took the
less his of counted asp of disaster and loss which had somehow accumulated week-day services, but the litany of horny fingersin I new-born baby in tht .ox, nor for that wast-
( salary $4,000 a
year her fine suede gloves. "And I have lost
from the he from his birth up, and now the woes and temptations that his people murmured ing child on her couch While the wailingof
nothing Plympton standpoint), "
husband. I sister she
of and mute sharer of the load was taken from on those occasions betrayed nothing my am your said. the "hungry little stranger" continued,
was a degree popularity, "
"You must let me do something for
him. per.-oral, nothing: extraneous to the required you. February 14, the girl's heavy breathing
clerical 'eminence which constituted a' fine'stock "
"There ain't much to do
in trade. He stood there in the doorway under Mrs.Dibbins' confession.Mr. ', Springer answered ceased. On her'cofiln-lid was written,
r light gaze, quite oblivious of Warrington was no exception to the "Sha's dead I'm thankful to you, "Sarah aged 7,years," and she was laid on
He was a handsome, man past 40, with a
4 ma'am and mebbe there's
dark sallow and Brinkerhoff, who was scowling as him fit to mass of business men (for whom Mr. Dib- things wlmmin the top of her sister in the cemetery. To
complexion, good, eyes,
do better than If
hair and mustache of a youthful cut His efface him. He had come with undefined bins entertained a secret contempt) whose her can men." you could make people who tend their own offspring, newborn -
and self-conscious hope that fortune had now done her worst lives were spent in the accumulation of gown lay straight or sick with such wistful care, such a
manner was nervous yet
t saturated with the aroma of culture which for him; and that, being informed of this wealth, and.to whom a' wife appeared but "I can. I will"And'Mrs. I story seems simply impossible. But un-

of uninterrupted prosperity exhale. the parson would apply some of the balm, an accidental appendage.He Warrington' went to do what happily these harrowing particulars have
years For the Rev. Arthur Dibbins to fall down, of which, he had been told, parsons were had not perceived that the wife of the Rev. Arthur Dibbins was powerless to i r i all been proved, and have been admitted,
I his florid, filled 8. im- accomplish; for there is a brotherhood more : the accused in court of
the sole manufacturers and proprietors.This one vestrymen more too, by parents a
stumble horrid it
or up, was a anomaly; exclusive than St. Botolph clubs or Union i I i
hope, however was slowly turning to portant elation to Mr. Warrington. Scan-
produced at once laughter and a shock. I
.: The wedding festivities over, the bridal certain disappointment, when the parson dal of this sort throve in a vulgar air, from leagues, the passport to which is sorrow. I law.Again we urge that it is not the humble

couple had sailed for Europe. They were waived all doubt'by remarking: which Mr. Dibbins took pains to be far removed fellow, with the short black pipe in his

very ill on the voyage, but recovered their "Well, if you're hungry, go to the kitchen. He preferred that the atmosphereof Monkeys' Dislike of Flesh Food. mouth, loitering with slovenly gait at the
strength and dignity in cathedral aisles and My time is valuable. Brinkerhoff show this the church should envelop him as completely Before the Dietetic Reform club has a rightto I streetcornersith whom the friends of

galleries of art They summered on the .pc-rsou out" in his intercourse with the world as. solicit our signatures to their total-aD- i child-life and happiness have to contend.

& Alps, and wintered in the Riviera; sailed up Brio...erhofr beckoned with his fat finger, it did in the chancel, and to an almost undisturbed stinance pledge they have to discover a I Too often it is with well spoken, well-

the Nile and down the Rhine; crossed the and preceded Springer, after the manner of extent it did. Such burn of lowlife specimen of our frugivorous kinsmen- dressed men, who would call him but an
glaciers and penetrated jungles; the productsof an earl in Ivance of a commoner. caught on his garments in passing monkeys and lemurs evincing the slightest animal (and to his credit, be it said, he

all which were shipped to Liverpool in Springer told him listlessly that he might were swiftly stripped off. aversion to milk, eggs, or honey. 1 have does not disgrace the name); and who will
ponderous boxes and conveyed thence for show him the door to the street, as he wasn't Mrs. Dibbin's last remark was uttered, owned pet monkeys of nearly all! the varieties discuss with you "superstitions" and high

the transformation of the rectory, which going to the Kitchen. therefore, in the most gentle and candid oi sold in seaport towns of North Americaand questions of state. Twice in six monthsone

i was being torn almost from its founda- "Our i-.itchen ain't to be scorned," said demi-tones. f western Europe, and have never Leen father had to be sent to prison whom it
;, tions. Brinkerhoff. "But it ain't a-surt'ering for It was surprising 'that Mrs. Warrin tou able to discover an artifice of preparationthat seemed a shame to send at all When he
neither." should she had, four-bander relish had his second time there was foundon
had had But your: comp'ny, retort so'warmly: "But if would.induce a to a gone
They a delightful trip. were
capable of enjoying those inner secrets Mr. Springer:: mane haste to get over the contrived to make her home a heaven soma piece of meat. They prefer: the toughest his table "The Floating Matter of the

known only to the tourist who reads and ,wide porch and into the street below, think men prefer hs1L"j cabbage stab to a tenderloin steak; they Air," by Tyndall, with his book-mark at
imagines between the lines of his Badeker.It ing of the star.; format home, and glad that This was strong language for the Dibbins will try to snatch sour apples from a snap- page 240, to which he had read. Had you
had rained occasionally when they had Mary Aim was in a world where human drawing-room, but the echo, of similar pish raccoon, and surrender a plate of hashto passed him and his wife together in the street
hurts and made differ- words which died with the the first would have unconsciously felt a cer-
wished to be out of doors, and they had ex- disappointments no had barely away applicant; they reject a sausage you
ence. departure of the archdeacon broke the fatal with undisguised loathing, but risk their tain pride in the British workman; yet was
the usual-one the
perienced might correct -
triLulations which follow in the wake "I suppose we ain't the right sort for effect of it lives for a shriveled banana Yet those he not ashamed to express openly a desireto
w Parson Dibbins to hisself of the once"-Mrs. Wan be rid of the tasks and limitations his
of cabmen and couriers. The former had put out way "I knew a woman ing- same fruit eaters are ravenously fond of
outraged them and the latter had thwarted for," he thought "There's too much flowers, ton drew up her cloak and fastened the honey. They suck eggs with a dexterity children set to his life, and twice in one
their fondest desires. and gim-c racks on the one side, and too clasp with cold fingers-"who devoted soul suggesting a suspicion that their forefathersmust night he gave an infant of 15 months olda

On the whole however that intangible much bad smells'and trouble ou the other, anu body to make her home an earthly par- have devoted a considerable part of caning for crying of teething. His

perfume of manner, which, is so quickly dis- betwixt us." adise; but with her ideas of, paradise she their leisure to nest-hunting. They drink clenched fist would have broken open a

sipated with gross forms,of adversity had He sighed at the uncompromising truth of associated only pure and: ennobling enjoyments sweet milk till absolute repletion forces door at a blow, and with it, in his anger,
in the of Rev. Arthur Dibbins suf- his reflections Those her husband hated from the them to desist But it must be admitted he: felled a child 3X years old, making the
fered no person loss. -Well, it ain't to be expected. first He hated them before he married her, that the same oracle of nature condemn little fellow giddy for days, and while he

jr Seated in the breakfast-room of the rec 'Meanwhile Mr. Dibbins had recovered but she did not know it. Something in his clabber and Limburger.-Dr. Felix L. Os was thus giddy felled him again: and be-

>. tory-the return,voyage over-he ,was enabled his poise, and gone to the library with his courtship of a pure woman stirrel his chiv- wald. cause the terrible pain he inflicted made the
to live again in the obects around wife to examine anew: Giotto's portraits of alry. Bad men seldom marry bad women. I child cry, he pushed three of his huge fing-
t him the charmed existence of the past Dante. 'l hey sat in an embrasure, where Ho fancied that he should 'continue to be I Gen. Grant's Gift to His Friends. ers down the littte weeper's throat"plugging -

i' fourteen months Racbel in a Paris "craa- "the 'sun slanted over 'Mrs. Dibbin's cheek, affected by it; but the chase over, the poor Gen. Grant left,, a list of twenty- v8 the little devil's windpipe as he
tion," smiled from behind? the urn like an and lent such enchao.tirig'brightness to l her woman; the companion and critic of his friends to whom his book was to be given as laughingly described it. He'denies none of

Aurora sprung from the canvas. She had J..P hair that Rev. Arthur. seized her ,in his secret thoughts, he hated both her and her coming from him. Cut of this small num- the charges, and boldly claimed his right

superintended the,execution' of his favorite ,arms.with almost boyish fervor. works. Then he returned to his evil habitshe ber four have died since_ last summer. the children were: his own, he,said

dishes-for;it must be confessed'that Ar- ...."In what great measure the Lord has was not driven.", ._ ADDICTED TO CRUELTY.

thur's, palate as well as his soul, had undergone blessed me I" he exclaimed. "This room, my "Had she children*I" Mr. Dibbins asked. 'Kxtravagance of the Canal Manager*. Like most cruel men, he added to crueltythe

i cultivation), abroad-which' ", .ere'now': darling," glancing up. at the tapestried "Ko." A correspondent, writing, from Panama. wickedness of false witness, which, be-

+'. steaming with gentle invitation from Dresden ..walls "shall be our refuge from the world's' "Ah, a pity.' Children are a great tie. speaking 0: the extravagance of De .Lesaeps' ing only, against a child, nobody over pros
receptacles, before. him.. There were storms. The unkindness of destiny shall Some men can not be happy without them. engineers and followers, says that thus iar ecutes. He said that they were bad children -

Cowers in crystal vases on the cloth, and ash matter,very,little to us, so long as our lives "And is it inconceivable that a man $ ,OOOOOO, has been spent in hospitals, c;JlOOJIJ ,- ,'little liars and fiends. Three months

.,, leisUrely.sipped his chocolate, his left are spared for, mutual sacrifices, for mu- should be deprived of any one thing that ) on the village of Christophe Colon, were they in the society's shelter, while
hand held open the leaves of an embellished! tual joys." would' please him?'' cried Mrs: 'Warrington.' beautiful enough in itself;but not the canal, their maligner was in prison, and when
+ volume. And Mrs. Dibbins,'unchilled by fourteen "It is often the woman who feels l, the absence -' ur contributing to the canal.in any pi opor- the grave, frightened little looks with

l ; The great archdeacon was to perform in months of married life with this exemplaryman of children most keenly;;' yet she does. tioii to,iho sum expended. Further millions which they came had passed away, they

t the rectory drawing-room that morning, the responded in murmurs 'of tendernessand consider herself at liberty- on that account and millions of, dollars have been expended were full of the ways of sunny childhood;
entertainment consisting. his lecture' satisfaction; for the pair were truly to resort to vice'and unfaithfulness for machinery; which is lying idle and ex- and a more docile child, or one more readyto

upon Dante, for an elect few. Mr. and I loving and.contented.An amusement It fills me with disgust-it' is a 'posed to the weather.Exchange.The twine his arms around your neck, you
Mrs. Dibbins had been immersed for days hour later the great archdeacon came relic of barbarism, this talk'that a man'; seldom find than was the little fellow he

rl in biographies 'and criticisms of the poet and banished personal thoughts Something must be pampered with pleasure, as a child' Rattlesnake, on Long Island. again and again made giddy by his deadly

The rector was familiar,with every original in his presence was' calculated to with toys, or be justified in extravagant Although the ,rattlesnake is found in a blows. He was a man whom no pretty

line of Dante; he followed him adoringly eradicate.'selfishness 'and send the mind wickedness. As if he were a beastwhichhe list of the animals of Long Island, it is so words, no tender caresses could mollify.

however critically, through purgatory abroad. is-that must have its quota of fresh meat, rarely met with in that part of the state Such men's children-and they are many-
and helL He had The wax lights shed a softened or it will turn and rend you!I", almost eternal -
paradise glow
"l a portrait that it is seldom thought by the residentsas are subject to an punishment
l of him in a prettily-elaborated frame, be- through the darkened rooms. Flowers "True, my dear Frances, answered Mr. a Long, Island reptile. within a few

; fore which he poised his slender finger and banked against the walls expanded odor- Dibbins, amazed at the heat of this unusually years, however, specimens have been killed So far as the society,can see the real root

commented, for, the benefit of, his guests,. ously in the warmth. It was a strangescene cool woman. "Man is more or less a on the south side, near Islip, and in the in- of persistent savagery to children is mainly

i ; upon the grief-worn face. He could extract to be summoned there-that' tne brute. It must simply be taken into account terior of the eastern part of the island.-Ex. ,.1 two-fold: it is, first, a sullen, ill-conditioned
. r 1 mouth, brow and eyes, separately, sinful soul, sinking instantly upon the com- It is the part of a wise woman tosupply change. disposition; and secondly, a cowardice
and trace their expression to certain well- mission of its crime into the depths of a the quota of_ fresh'meat.. I would which limits its gratification to unresisting
vivid hell while the surface the' advise your friend to do that. New Method of Treating Small-Pox. I
b defined phases of spiritual throes. He cursed I phantom, and helpless things. It is due not to peculiarity -
Florence, and apotheosized the wide world surviving body, still went to and fro! Dis-, Now, as has been said, Mr. Dibbins would A new method treating small-pox with J in the spirit of the abused child, but
which had fostered such great genius. embodied souls-the figure was common- not have spoken in this frivolous strain had ether and; opium, the ether being administered to in the spirit of the adult
is -There were many people," he said, "to I. place. But disensouled bodies-who but he! known the ground he was treading. He hypodermjcally: and: the opium by the abuser of the child. Men become addictedto
whom Providence had ordained that the Dante could have drawn: the desolate would have aohored ,the elephantine step mouth;has recently been tried in Paris with become addicted to
cruelty as
world should be unkind. To ,interfere with lines with which he'was crashing over this exposed remarkable success' ., even in vary 3rerc drink and gambling. It is a vile pleasurein
this intention was a dangerous matter, the Mr; Dibbins' thoughts ran back to the Bor"Ip,1 heart i. occasionally
Was it his business to know how and which they indulge, some

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some persistently; making their homes into Tkj.f --: -
little hells.Cardinal Manning in Contemporary 'e.+,.; jequently, without being harmed, with LAEE :EI. AUSTIN IMASCF.tCfrRER

Review. canister,ut how, few shrapnel; in proportion balls, or were splinters struck of shell by, 1 I- -11- .JI- J 1 1JEWELRY i :) ;: : ::f" OF ,

Lodgings of San Francisco Servants.The musket balls ana'not seriously hurt! Even ." -..h, ""'f..:.J:"!;:'",,. ., '_,-.--; ,,'_' g_ .c, Till 1 Slleet-IrOll'Vare
bulk of Chinamen employed new tree-..!- though appuued, and bending STORE : ,

in San Francisco sleep in what servants is- down a* .hey'went on, as though, moving '.d' AND DEALER Iv

known as Chinatown, leaving the house at against a driving rain, would advance in r '* '* *. 1 : : (i ,: ':; .; F:;;

nightfall sleeo and in lodging returning-houses at daybreak.or hotels. Underthe These trly face'of coramanced a cannonade; but, if a they severe were musketry prop- Offers for the approaching 'Ho1iday a fine ,.' "' ,j. .- ., ,". ," "r", :'; ., : PARLOR R, OPFICK E nQ dC00K K STOPS T ,

men only the Very hest of soldiers could endure assortment of Solid and Rolled ;; : ::; ; -
wooden pavements of the streets are .J :: _.,: ), ;,- ,.::, _;
without some 'sort of shelter.-T. F. Gal-
narrow passages with tiers of shelves on .. : .
: .
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one side. These' shelves are the Leds on wey. J'w E LRY : : .
which the children of.. 'the Celestial empire BotanIc Gardens of the World. "
It is these filthy,dark places which ) ; ; 'j brJtd ;,
repose. The botanic gardens of the world, mostof Ladies and Gentlemen'sGold :: ,, ; : : .
give the Chinaman such a bad name as a them scientific in character, are reported ,

dirty paves fellow.comes from The only the light entrance of these, close sous-to Italy So number, 23; France 19 T, of, which-0; Great, Germany Britain has and 34; Silver Watches, : '.;:t" t r : ;': '

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which and side by side stands a fire. The Ireland, 12; West Indies, 0;and the United : ; i ::: ''IH g&zf&i

seepers: often spend an hour or so smoking States, \ More than half are supported by CLOCKS OF ALL HINDS, % *StyU2e2r33S>' rrSS*
ii ==
tobacco or opium, and so, what with the '' : .
government and only 5 cent I -
per by pri j i
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the dirt ,
cooking apparatus falling continu- rate enterprise.Arkansaw Traveler. Silver Ware in Large Variety,
ally down through the pavement, the opium 'j "
end tobacco smoke, the air is foul as it can .
be.-Chicago SEA-ISLAND 11OUTE. ,
There is but little bad luck in this world, PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT .
but there is a great deal of bad manage REASONABLE RATES. Mid
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Icrs-A Needed Keforni-.Distress. WM. LAKE :
How is it that these people don'tget lost?" W
is a natural question for any Cnioago resi- Centre Street. HMm DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
dent to ask when he sees a group of open- ST. NICHOLAS Fernandina, Nov. 14,18S5.
mouthed, staring-eyed Scandinavian or --- -- AND IRON HOOFS PUT OX.

German immigrants patrolling the street in CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER : TIN : for Tin hItters promptly filled. s

the vicinity of some of the railroad depots.It ;iB; Wind Mills for pumping water or running
was this question that occurred to a : : light machinery promptly erected on order.
reporter as he started out to find the answerto RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. ::; Church Factory and School Bell for sale
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The information -2 =! 2 at a bargain.
it was gleaned fromso ::: :: =
: I
many sources that only the immigrant ;r::: : :: CO t..... .. gy Stoves at Wholesale Prices.

agent of a western.road will be quoted.The PLYING regularly between Fernandina 5'. .; 5. r3J .... All goods delivered at the various trans-
foreigners arrive on ail the eastern Savannah upon the following J.; .)-:; ";J; ;-::- ?# ..-"' portation stations within the city free of

roads, although the competition for their schedule. J._-_ 0 ::: :-:: ...: :-:-:: > charge. All sales fur cash.
; "
patronage is not as great as by the roads LEAVE FERNANDINA every Wednesday .-"J--... CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.
;::: ;:: r"
of .
Saturday arrival morningtrain '
west from Chicago. On at ; upon Fernandina Fla. 12 1884.
leading arriving
from Jacksonville arriving at Savan- -) -zr: ... C July ,
the train is boarded and the tick- r) : -; lor00 .
depot ------ --
nah the following mornings. = :: ;: ;:..
ets of the passengers are examined, when .. ::s --.::. Lj
a LEAVE SAVANNAH every Tuesday and p_ ....--: .... .. TIlE FLORIDArpOWN
check is stuck on their persons bearing the Friday evenings, reaching Fernandina the -. .=.-" 'n -J_:_ 1 1E
c..... < P., ..
letters of the road which
on they are following mornings. ::: < Q ,.:::, IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
to leave the city. Should their destinationbe Connections at Savannah, with all rail Q' C ;::..Q < t:: ,

Chicago or some of the suburbs an ex- lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston q.. _:'":'=- =3' 3: 5 : % -* .' 1<

pr.s: man is engaged to take them to such fc Savannah vessels to and from New York 171 -c a p; s.2O- I Fernandina, ..
In all otber cases the transfer and and Fernandina with () v oJ 05: r2G
placa com- Boston at trains. =a :' 2.5 3 t1Ul !
pany takes charge of them aad transfers for all Florida points. ":OOQ;I () :::; :! ,.. ""..' Towns on R. R. Line.
them and their baggage to the proper depot A. 0. MAcDONELL, <0"O' -.::,: :-: -- _"-"'; s

Each ticket is provided with a coupon, Gen. Pass.& Tkt. Agt., O c wcv.a; : -::; And Cedar Key.

which is detached by the, transfer agent Fernandina, Fla. -2 "Luc"::' .., :": 1
and is cashed in to the steamboat companyfor D. E. MAXWELL, t':) .,:..... _:"_':>r; .
General Superintendent, .b :'::'J. -
.r 0 cents. ? 25Pre
"On arrival at our depot or that of, Fernandina, Fla. jii
any TJ -
2 M. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
roads raid the -..."'= ,I. T
of the other western rail- -
C << ::.:::-<
road agent, "the immigrant's ticket is once I5'_ cr-:; "", Q O number of the most eligible and desirable I
more examined, and he is marked with a ;';-:. ': :l' .: .' ..' < o- tj ,
= ::: =' :::
.ag which indicates his destination. Then ::.: !: : ::: ;; > Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or for
"''S .. ('
:: ;!; ) cN
if he wants a place to sleep or eat we tell ,.'- a.y : 'lJtl > Q

him of some reputable place where he can : : City or Suburban Residences,
procure a meal or lodging for 25 cents. If c.7. H .

he doesn't want to put up the money thereis ff 32-- = ..; UPON EASY TERMS.
:; l..j oJ __ p,
a waiting-room where he can sit until his :::- .
train goes. =_-, ...0 -s ... .:.:..OJ tj = Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
Ever get robbed No, I never heard ofa ... ..g. (I).(t .-...
... ,
Oh there =' ,, .= Ul engaged in manufacturing industrial
A, Swe- parties or -
case. yes, was one. .? _;.c; ;:; ---.-
dish boy came in crying one day and said () = flJ.:.>
that another Swede bad come and offered to --""'o'n .-... .00p4.... ( : tdI : enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

take him out and treat him. The lad went ESTABLISHED 1875. I ? IIHSSEA .
around the corner, when his companion II I erty purchased substantial improvementsfor

too from him 75 cents, all the money he ,
Ijo residence, or in which to conduct their
had."There DRUGS and MEDICINES
is just one thing about this immigrant -

business t it needs reform, and thatis FOAM I \ business. ;
this: When prepaid tickets are bought M
here and sent over to the old country to HORSEY & CO., H MANUFACTUR'l

friends of the purchaser, an agent some- ERS, by exemption for a term of years from
times causes great distress to the innocent ALL FIRST-CLASS
02 .
greenhorns by separating parties. I have taxation, offered by the several cities and
known instances where the husband and =I PHARMACISTSCentre 1= StorBkaBDar now loop it for Sole y
father has been ticketed from Chicago to towns. Apply to

some Dakota point over one road, the wife j CHAS. W. LEWIS, 1 r .
over another, and the children over still another Street, Fernandina. ( I
u hen they are separated the poor THE BEST y1H
inno ents don't know that they will ever FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, g&f Office Duryee building (up stairs)

meet again, and their grief is pitiable. corner Centre and First streets.

however 1 mOst always manage to fix up KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- Baking PowderTO L" _. h
these cases in some way or other."-Chicago of FRESH and PURE FOR- Hv I

If H
The Humiliation of an Artist. Drugs and Chemicals, +

Art and fashion are involved with each
other now as never before Not only do and Patent Medicines
Homoeopathic ,
the designers of elaborate toilets reasonably PARENTS.Many O ADVERTISERScan

claim to exercise artistic taste for much antI Goods
Proprietary Fancy baking powders are very perniciousto 0a
originality and beauty is often put into the health and while, every one regards his
work, but genuine painters are employed to FINE TOILET ARTICLES, own,he should also have a care for the tender & learn the exact cost

decorate dresses. Usage in the most pretentious ones-the little children. 0b .
New York circles authorizes the of line of
wearing of exceedingly fine gowns at din- PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., SEA FOAM any proposed '

ners, and the apparel at the best balls hardly IN GREAT VARIETY. contains none of the bad qualities of baking in American
shows such unique garments as'are seen in powders-soda or saleratus. It contains BO advertising ; ,
drain hurtful ingredient alum or ammonia.
rooms on occasions of fashionable
eating and drinking. The aim is to wear 3f Physicians' Prescriptions Huo by addressingGeo.
something unlike anybody else's garb, and carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at SCIENTIFIC.All papers
reasonable prices.
to effect this the silk or satin of a dress is Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam P. Rowell & Co.
often painted by hand in water colors or oil commend, it. Housekeepers who have used it ,
An will have no other. Cooks whose best efforts
artist acquaintance of mine, whose :, ..;. ,', ,'" i.:> have failed with other powders are jubilant Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
wor s on canvas have frequently been good: "" ; overSea Foam Bans-time,saves labor,saves 10 Spruce St.' New York.
enough to be admitted to the Academy of money.It :
is 'Send lOcts. for lOO Page Pamphlet.
Design, was the fact that American positively unequaled. pure.

Used by the I leading hotels and restaurantsin
buyers prefer foreign to native pictures; ,', New York city and throughout the countrj T7NIVERSITY: 'OF VIRGINIA.U .
irrespective of merit. -"' '- For sale by all first-class grocers. 5M
"When a man has to go to, painting* live > -I a

women instead of his own creations," he bit- t GANTZ, JONES,& ,CO., MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.Full .

terly growled, "I think it is time for him to ',_ .,. "_ ,, "r.. 1'16 Duane St. N. Y.
of instruction In medicine. The
throw course
down the brush.and take the up a .
shovel session begins October 1st and continues nine

He explained that he had taken several CT. A: RYDER, months. For catalogue apply to the Secretary of

jobs of decorating women's dresses as a .. tne Faculty.P. .
means of subsistence, and that he was re- I Notice to Debtors and Creditors. -PRACTICA -- .' 0. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, VA.

tained by a leading dressmaker f 04 that sort IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL BLACKSMITH AND WHEELRIGHT .. .- .' ,'. Reliable Salesmen to Travel and I

of work, but he declared that he would NOTICE of the estate of! Frank, C. .. WANTED sell to the trade our Celebrated
never again do what he had done in one in. Latham, late of Nassau County, deceased, CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. \-"" Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes,
stance, which was to use his brush on fabric etc. Liberal arrangements. Sal-
to present their claims, duly authenti- ...' .: ::
that at the time inclosed the owner. The cated, within two years from date, or AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY .,.. 7' ary or Commission.' Address immediately, NEW
C CIGAR CO.,No.Fourth
I ::' .' YORK & HAVANA
belle had insisted that the figures paintedon payment will be barred,-according to statute. and .all work entrusted to my care ; --'; .'i.:: ': ..'#L:4tT\ !-7z.t Avenue, New York.When .

the waist of her dress, though they All persons indebted to the estate are requested promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work carefully ;: -;":: .. t
looked well in themselves, vsre not shaded to shake settlement forthwith to I done at reasonable rates. WoodWork < ;
BO as to be effective when she had it on, save litigation.GEORGE in all of its branches, at living prices ,.,.:"', :: You Paint,

therefore she wished the artist to come to A. LATHAM and at short notice.HorseShoeing. '.-f. l. :; '. --
her house and touch up his work while it Administrator. THEH.
a Specialty. THE BEST PAINTS.
was on her person. That he regarded as Fernandina, Fla., June 12,1886.Administrator's !: :' .. USE

humiliating. He could paint a gown in his Furniture repaired, repainted, stainedor ,J '; ,' :,.. t'.Y W.,JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare
Notice. varnished. Wire made ." .
studio, but professional pride forbade him Safes to order at .- -

to apply his brush to the person of the TO ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES AND short notice.A :..:,-,: ;,; '. ,,"',, : acknowledgid: to be of superior quality,
share of the solicited. .
patron-Uncle Bill's" New York Letter. entitled to distribution: public patronage ', -
Persons .. 'U t '
having any demands againstthe Respectfully, and will cover much more than cheaperand
The Steady Fusillade of Infantry estate of Beulah L. Whitueytr fite.of, J.' A. RYDER. Tray ., '. -:" :, .

To veteran soldiers the fire of artillery Nassau present their County claims, deceased,properly, notified'authenticated to, Warranty and Mortgage Deeds J:' -: ,t: ,' -::.- lighter brands. Sold only by

whether of exploding shrapnel or rattling .within two years from date, or the same LINE PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN .. .- FRED W: HOYT & CO.FOR .
canister had no such terrors as the fusillade will be
sent upon receipt 2-cen
of a steady line of infantry. There is barred.JOHN A. ELLERMANN, tamp. ,;; ; -
tcarcely an old soldier who saw -much of Administrator. AddressFLORIDA :MIRROR : FINE PRINTING, SEND YOUR
; ,. .
-' '. to the MIRROR office.
battle service who has not been hit J..J '
more or Fernandina, Fla., May 8, 1886. 6m 26 Fernandina, Fla. .: : :- :

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I I -
'THE'FLOI IDA Mm item. water nor food, but only the application HOW TO! MAKE THE VEGETABLE, census will show, which will help to I
of his own inherent muscular turn the; attention of capitalists to-
K wards the.South. It is that the Southern
have not been able as yet to. -
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. power and energy. will neither
States have a great advantageover
solve the problem of distribution of
kick nor run away ; it stands by hallor the Northern and Western Statesin
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. our vegetable so'as to secure good;
bridledfor crop
door already saddled and the matter of laborers. Southern ,,

1+ Office comer Centre and First streets,second floor the work ; it never droops or tires, prices. Vegetables ought to be in laborers are not only strong and capable I ROYAL wuayr i: J

but faithfully journeys at the volitionof universal demand.at the prices we can but, what is equally as desirable, Y 11t

BATES OF ADVERTISING. ,afford ,to sell them. A, profit of 50 they are contented. All through the ,
Introduced first r.
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for its master. as a Northern and Western States last
each subsequent Insertion. it has been improved cents per crate on beans and tomatoes .
mere toy, enlarged, spring commerce and business of all
Special local notices, 15 cents,a line.
added until it has would make the.raising of these 'vege-, kinds '
and 'discontented
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. to seemingly were:interrupted by -
Special rate for time advertisements upon application ''almost'attained perfection. 'Year tables profitable. But after a few' laborers, and even now,;to some

at the office.Communications. by year its use increases, and promisessoon days, or at most two or three weeks',' extent, the-same condition .of .affairs i
exists. The South, as, yet, 'hardly
upon all matters of local inter- to be the horse of universal use shipping, we. are informed that the i knows what labor troubles The
est solicited from all parts of the county and from markets are glutted and that they will are.
along the lines of Florida railways.. :for the young and the middle-aged and, p time may'come,- of course; 'when labor

All communications,intended for publication to some extent,, without regard to ageor ,not pay freight and charges, and'yet it disturbances will afflict'the'South with

'k; f should be addressed to the Editor:' all business sex. I I is very certain that a quart of tomatoes 'their disastrous consequences, but AKI$6POWDER

letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. As a steel rail fish-jointed is the perfection cannot 'be bought either in; New close there at is hand.reason to think that' it is not

York or in, of the interior townsor
} SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1886. I of a smooth track, the asphaltum any The, South, however, knows some-
'is the of cities at less than 10 to 25 cents a
ti T. pavement perfection a 'c. thing political disturbances,'and it
;t USELESS AMENDMENTS TO THE bicycle track in towns and cities. quart. Even in Atlanta to--day 'they is probable that they are more to be

RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. t sell at 10 cents per quart. It is evident .dreaded than those which grow out of
As the number increases
w4 We are sorry to see the process of bicyclers that'.there-is a want of system at labor questions. .During the reconstruction -

loading the River and Harbor bill contests of speed and trials of .ma- the selling end 'of- the line for distri period, and, ven up'to the Absolutely Pure.
chines are appointed at'the most favorable inauguration of Mr. Cleveland, the
going on in the Senate. We should POWDER :NEVER
bution. To the continuance VARIES. A
the South retardedby THIS
be thankful to get the bill passed as it points, and doubtless bicycle racetracks prosperityof was of purity, strength and whole-
,1 and increase of
will in time become more com- vegetable grow troubles directly traceable to poli- -someness. More economical,than the ordinary.kiuds :-
left the House of Representatives. ing in Florida something must be done. tics. The Southern people struggled and cannot be sold in competition
mon than those established for horseracing. with! the multitude low-test, short-
The Senate Committee have already against these troubles heroically, but '
4 The best thing would be to induce the 'weIght alum or phosphate powders.
tacked on one million more to form the of at home where having, to contend against the fanati- .jt'ilf'" Sold only in cans.
of The communication of our'correspondent purchase our crops cism of the North, the power of the o ROYAL BAKING 'PONDER CO.,
nucleus of future appropriations they are raised. Possibly if producers Federal Government, and .for 48 106 Wall Street. :New York
tens of millions of dollars for-gigantic "Kuklos, in our last issue, suggests years
would, unite in refusing to ship, or against that of'the State,governments,

works at the' entrance, to New,York very forcibly the great future possi- have them an. agency in Northern. the struggle was a long one., They

harbor. The great metropolis already bilities of our splendid beach for markets to receive c and distribute the finally triumphed, however and now, SOMETHING NEW !

.. absorbs everything which 'capital can bicycle tournaments, grand meets, etc. of arrive being in full possession of their political -
cargoes vegetables as they a
Mtn" of its chan- Our broad beach a track: like rights, ,and: having turned their
control. deep presents
By reason ; better.result,might be obtained ; but to !whole attention to the development of 0 8 e a
nel entrance it centralizes the com- an asphalt pavement a hundred yards
: i accomplish this there:must be unity of their'material resources, their pros-

merce of the country, and it asks,the in 'width, extending for sixteen miles action., Like, the orange business, pects for> a prosperous1 future are very* -INWINDO'V -

aid of the General Government to complete uninterrupted by a break or obstacleof everybody follows' blindly in shippingat ;promlsmg.-Sav. Morning News. SHADES.

the work of centralization.The any kind;,where_ all the bicycle random,.commission houses, and Indications-are that the--South Atlantic -

introduction additional items clubs in.the United States_ might meet to places where the highest.prices, are ports will have all tonnage that is requiredat ALL MADE READY TO HANG.

i bill Senators in which and form grand cavalcade, an 3 feet wide by 6 feet long; Nickle
t in the by our army quoted, and always 'are met with the. an early day. 'Reports are that there are Trimmed, Stop-Spring Roller good grade of

Senator takes part, is, to say: the least, of wheelsmen. Why should not the old 'story-market glutted and low already about one hundred vessels bound Holland, with handsome Pull-Down, at the
.. avail themselves of such south that will seek cargoes on arrival. astonishingly low price of
l' injudicious and calculated to prevent a prices. There is in the whole United

I the,obtaining of any appropriations at grand opportunity whichjFortuneJias States a good ,market for ,all we can How is the 4th of'July to be celebrated on J5*"FIFTY CENTS EACH.-*
the 5th? Some should These Shades come in different'Colors'Drab
respect be shown for -
all by asking too much, increasing the afforded them,?; The steamships'fromNew raise'.if: we could. be _su"e'of quick and this national holiday. Can we not have an Brown., Olive, Green, etc
number of items down the York afford'the facilities for .
loading -.ALSO-
careful transportation and a judicious oration and reading of the Declaration of

bill and inviting a veto. sending'out their bicycles with 'little distribution. Freight rates think Independence.. A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE
we, ,
___ __ __ ____
The influence of the' River and Harbor expense .or trouble, and Fernandina is 'u
+ -- are higher than the average' prices re- All the saw-mills at this place are running On.Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Roller.
r Convention.held at Savannah has, the gate of Florida, affording easy access ceived: warrant. The transportation regularly and making full time,orders being .Across the Curtain about nine inches from
the bottom in Gold
stamped Fancy Dado,
:, been ,felt favorably in Washington.; to all other portions,being directly I companies should encourage: vegetable more plentiful than for the past year, and nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for

The Northern harbors, have received, I connected' by rail' ,with every 'portion growing by every means" rij their prices are improving.The ;&- SEVENTY-FIVE'GTS. EACH

'L large appropriations heretofore'by the of the State. Let. 'the Kuklos ""clubs power,'and fast trains should. render Markets. all Complete, with ,Handsome. PaU-Dotrn.

united action of representatives in meet here,,and they will recognize it the of :companies OFFICE FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE, JcS T.. KYTI"D.t. .
" employment express JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,";June 22.
iFr; Congress from the Northern States. as the' most .suitable, accessible and at increased'*charges u'nne essarv. The markets for tomatoes has for several t. S .> j I ,
r' .
admirable he lsD n' rendezvous weeks been unsatisfactory, and seeingno' -. -
The Southern harbors have received w s on !
The of the pregent season favorable
.. experience present indications ofa change,
but appropriations. An this continent. :JL do'riot feel disposed to encourage further
i meagre opportunity is, not satisfactory to the growers, and shipments.

I',: is now afforded us of getting when better encouragement is received Savannah and Charleston have been com- -
peting with Florida for several weeks, and ,
share but it is that ,
a juster requisite
. 'will diminish.the of
WORKS. they area production the Jersey tomatoes will be on the markets
1 there should be to about July 1st. Florida will then be crowdedout. '
J an agreement as We find in the Nashville Americanof hereafter.. yam- CROP OF 85't
W what that share shall be, and then a 'The supply of home produce'in'the West
the 22d the ,
+.i concert"of action by our friends in support following_ dispatch :. THE :PROSPEROUS. SOUTH.'.. is nowfilling': all demands in"that: section. In papers or in bulk, at
COWAN, June'20.- udge'J.. :J; Williams Itt'is expected that by August,i'1' the Th.e "Atlantic Coast Line" decline to
t ,t of the measure.; handle further shipments of Florida vegeta- FRED ,W. HOYT & CO'S
the Home Journal's nominee for Bureau of Statistics will have collected
_.' .. bles unless prepaid. This cuts us off from
It may gratify the local constituent'to Circuit Judge'andpresent'incumbent, ,all' the data neceSS" g*for the proposed' daily connection to Washington ; there is

see that his Senator has moved to, spoke here last,night,urging his claims commercial, .-industrial and only one steamer per week to Philadelphiaand
s Boston, and one five days to Bal
amend the bill by putting in $5,000 for re-election. transportation census" of the. South. timore; hence we have every one market (New

for Shark river, or Alligator creek, We can hardly imagine anythingmore The special, agents employed in this York) which can be reached direct.In .
w.ork. are forwarding information ra- view of these difficulties, the management -
but when he ascertains that the amendment demoralizing thana' judge'com- :! pidly and enough: has, already been; I. of the Exchange do not desire any

'. was not adopted he will question ing down from.the bench ,and making received from them to justify the more consignments vegetables in transit this season.
l w ..... Shipments now on hand, or on or ,BuildingMaterial..
I the advantage of the attempt at this .stump speech to urge his claims to statement that'the. census will be com before this date, will receive prompt atten-
tion, but further shipments are not wanted,
time which may prejudice a future re-election.: The feature of our new Prehensive'and'valuable.( as I fear they will not,realize enough to pay BRICK, LIME, PLASTER,
One of.the of, the census is '
b opportunity of obtaining an appropri-. Constitution in relation to the election ,purposes freight charges.: CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS
to present' a comparison between the Respectfully, ,A. M. IVES,
; ,ation in the regular way. It looks Supreme Court judges has caused financial, commercial, :industrial, edu- General Manager. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,

y like buncomb,legislation, and, while it more dissatisfaction than any other cational and transportational condi- the

does no good, may work injury to the measure proposed ,in it. If the Con- tion of the South in 1860 and that of The following Hot for schedule Beach.for the running of PAINTS AND OILS.

State is interested. session of the thereafteran It is, so largely. Legislature all the information that is desirable DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
amendment will be introduced to Leave Centre street at'4:10 and 7:30 p. m. .
relative to the'Soulh's' .t.erial condition I 1 '
i ,change the election: system of j juges to ; in 1860, but'sufficient i will:Abe .secured LeaveBeach! at 6:10 and 9:00: p. m. -'-. 'I.,'' _;.. ;, .4J .

4 Bicycling one of the?I'marked features appointment.!_ the ambition it is said, to.,give a' very accu-: SUNDAYS. ., "; ...... :1.) ,.."'O..J ,, ,? }..

of t e'day. It is a secondary for has rate'idea of.the. progress,that has been Leave Centre street at,10:15 a.. m., 12:45, ,'., .; 1'. _.,t ',, '! ; 1': ,!.,. ::;.. '.
political preferment, : ,
2:00,3:00,4KX), 5:00, 7:30 p. m. !:"r f, t. '.' r.
I of: independent individualism Y made in the twenty-six years
outcrop caused all of the 'old of the : .. '"
A 11 judges Leave Beach at 10:30 a.'m.,1.00, 2:20, 3:40 ; I :
of mankind. There is natural have passed since .. .
: '
," Supreme Court-but one to be dropped 'The chief of 'the Bureau' of Statis 4:15, 4:30, 6:10, 9:00: p. m.
desire in humanity to create for itself
' inthe:;, nominating convention and hew tics states that the reports which,have SASH. ; bOORAND ,
independence of others., DomesticJ1 : : been sentrto'nfm indicate that
'men'to be nominated, although the old already- > .
animals have for untold been '-:' the been far : -
I t ages progress.ofItheSouthhas:
bench was admittedly able, honest and ;. :. ,
' ; used to assist the laborer to carry,bur- capable. "' \" I more rapid ana substantial-than it isgenerally' Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran, .:BLINDS,

dens too great for 'his' individual: believed to, be., There is no S

,5 ,.,, strength; but the requirements.oLmod- THE ancient prejudice against eat- that longer its any, development,reason to within
ern energy in the accomplishment of ing just before going to bed is stronglyand ,few'years'has been 'fully equal to that : .
"l great works like railway building has: justly condemned by modern science 'of any other section of the Union! AT WHOLESALE AND 'RETAIL.

,caused the : New fields of enterprise have been ."' ,f .
r general use "the'labprer's; experience having shown it to be : .

t, cycle :the simple one-wheel barrow, unfounded. There are exceptions to opened, and commercial activityhas FEED, W. HOYT ,&, CO.; ,
attracted attention,,in all .the:great \ .. ./ ,
I with which labor and capital united, the rule, but few people are injuredand commercial centres of the country. '.,;, REMovAAL.Dr. : _

have, built railways and, covered all many positively benefited by a The progress of the West has been f .'

civilized countries with a net-work ofF slight repast before retiring. A glassof great tJ but. it has not'been. greater than W. 'E.'. SNYDER, Dentist;

railway lines, annihilating space and milk and a biscuit or cracker is that of the'South since 'the ,South got When You. Paint, Will' remove'

'r ? moving the products and.manufactures better than any hypnotic drug to put fairly started on the road to prosperity.The' .-- .-'.- .,. hIS,Dental June 1st office ,
chief of the Bureau .of Statis- -
g of all lands. one'to sleep, and in most cases be so USE from the
yLoIv/oirfou sir. may tics says that the, ,returns far received #i- s; blo ktohisrresidencenear
y{ The bicycle meets the demand for taken without fear of nightmare or relative.,the agricultural and H. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS'PAINTS : ; 'r.:1: ;, f ':
) :;::7'm 4if. n the Presb terian -
i S self-locomotion, the independent powerof any other form of distress. Going to mineral resources of the South are a ,I,are acknowledged to .be of superior quality, "yw. 11W .' church,

conquering time and space, and bed "on an empty stomach" is a good surprise to .him;.and. ;he has; no.doubt I for the coming
that they will, be to thousands of oth- and will cover much. .. more, than cheaper Summer.
I renders manindependent.'o: ( the auxiliary to invite and ulti and
way sleeplessness who. have not the South He will be pleased to meet his friends
ers regarded
aid of the horse the locomo- arid lighter.. brands. Sold only. by patients "at home," between the hours of 9
;. or mate derangement of the digestive or with much favor. ,- .' '.,' ,' will not
'": a. m and 4 p.m., and trusts they
tive. His slight iron steed requires_no gans and general health. There is, n.e thing this 'statistical ,.. "FRED, W., "HOYT" '&.. ,CO. ..hesitate"to'call often. ..


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.,'.\." ;I ,:.,''-/'.r" Invite attention,to the large stock of CHOICE GOODS they how. have onL. New ,Spring and Summer Goods
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,! {'''.l :-: sale, and to the.large inducements they are offering every department.At ,
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I, ,.. 'i..'-,'". present they are,offering the following extraordinary bargains : Which, will be sold,at very low prices. A splendid assortment
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I I I L.J. ,' 50 pieces Superior Quality Checked Summer Silks at 38 cents NEW SPRINGS DRESS GOODS,

I per:yard; worth 50 cents.
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I, 50 pieces Assorted Colors, Fancy Pattern Satines, at 18 cents

i, per yard;; worth 25 cents. Nun's Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings, White Goods
I ,A", : I *"::/J 5. cases Standard Light Prints at 5 cents.
J.I _''. ;.J Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles-
50 Patterns of Crinkled Seersucker at 18 cents ; worth 25.' Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.: -

tA "- 300 100 Assorted dozen Damask Parasols Towels, ranging at $1.00 in price per from dozen 50 cents; worth to 61.50.$5.. GREAT AMAIN I !N SIN G GENT ', LADIES AND HILDRBN'I N H 0 SI mRy.R. ?

A TTAGE? BY ?HE1A '1J6Y-.A Line of 'Bathing Suits from, $1' up. OUR SPRING: CLOTHINGHas

J.. k ','. Cashmere and Zephyr Shawls in all grades and shades, at pop- been received-a magnificent line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
T4 '; 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 Clothin""
. --:--- ..' "f: ". ioi" 100 .pieces Fancy Mattings, from 17 cents a yard to, 40 cents. Although we have BARGAINS in every Department, the following are sonfe of

100 dozen Ladies' Lisle-Thread Hose at 30 cents a pair; worth --IOUE.: : sPECIgL :BAaCAINS: =,1

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

-'ON'- 100 pairs Ladies' French Kid Button Shoes at $.285 ; worth $4. THE BATTLE/ SHOE, is IN Twenty CONGRESS Years, BUTTON ahead of competion.AND BAL, J\\L &.50 s

300 Gents' Seersucker Coats at $1.25 ; :worth $2. jt:3r Orders by mail will receive'prompt attention, and carefully filled. i

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fE N NDIN BEAGij1COTTAGE 'I' -, Northeast, corner Centre and Third Sts.,


can show the largest most complete- and by far THE,. FINEST

LOTSAre JB-Orders by mail receive prompt and careful attention.: -i- *- *
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now being offered at prices which; 1V.ODE: ERO'S: 1* ;; .


enable those of moderate means to 1
Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. !
have a Summer Home, where they: ... .
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can enjoy the most healthful and!

safest surf-bathing, the delicious and, u .
invigorating ocean breezes, and the DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES \"
most commanding views of "Old'' -f TEAS AND COFFEES f.I Ifit J Jf

Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets. t-
Ocean" to be found on the Atlantic a.

and 18 Miles in length; only one Victoria Lawns, Persian"Lawns, India. Linens, Swiss Muslin, FiguredSwiss ,
Plain and Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FLA, F'
and three-quarter miles from Fer- Piques, "White,Goods of all kinds, Laces and Trimmings,
MILLINERY*, (Straw and -Felt of all grades), Hosiery in large Variety,
nandina, with eight trains daily.All Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cassimeres. Jeans, Doe- GENERAL INSURANCE < ashmeres'and.
Skins, Cottonades, Dress Goods. 1 '
regular trains on the F. R. & N. STATIONERY -----.A.Gr: E n' C'Y"I I ;!

CASH is a diamond of the purest water. For CASH ALONE I underbuy and
deliver passengers on the Beach, undersell, and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD IN LOW PRICES.' Call
and convince yourself. CHARLES V. HILLYER il z
without change of cars. TV. J. .ILOniMC.AJV f
Corner of Sixth arid Ash Streets.

.: Buy your lots now, while FERNANDINA, ELORIDA. ill$


{ti = : az4 STEAMSHIP LINE 1

Every lot sold increases the value of mi4
S Bter %i lilteI MSS from' Fernandina Every Thursday ; ,
Mfrti|Jar "jEHU; g 'gAbgl-E S Weekly Sailings:
the remaining ones. t 1L n =* 2 as'-HJ'g-.=:?-, = -jjj.-. r i.T'--- =.Sig!diiaa<- :SriajriuSSeBS-. S= ,
=j-fc s n3aK- *LS --=- "'1 frS" -=rclg t5iH5.Jg ? 4r= =- -e: +- and from New York Every Friday. .

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This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
.e" :. :' i '.' .,"; ,;': :' .', York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION_ TO SHIPPERS OF
: 0{ .FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
I I.' ,".. ,.," ,,., \ ,''. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
". ,I" Hay and Ship Stores ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
.l'i',: LAKE WEIR.
,, ., HARDWARE, 'WILLOW-WARE, ETC. For freight,passage rates,and schedules, or further information,apply to ,
':"';."' ,"'1'<' E'a'. r'S. R. W. SOIJTHWICK, Agent, .'
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THE FLORIDA, MIRROR.: JUNE 26.; 1886. ; .
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8 ),"GENERAL. DIRECTORY. ." Sheriff-G. W.Epperson, Lake Butler.:- I MADISON COUNTY. ,'DR. FRASER'S DISPENSARY, I
Oollector'of Revenue. -Bunberry Haynes,
United States Officers. Starke.Superintendentof. I County Judge:-:R. M. Witherspoon, ,Madi FOR THE '

School.s-J. L. Hill, Lake BENEFIT OF THE NEEDY
fl LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Butler. son.Sheriff( A. Parramore, Madison.j o SSOThi ,

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

Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, receive medical advice and
McClellan. Madison. medicine free
,: Surveyor-General F. Point. charge. ,
N Treasurer-S. S.' Smith Madison. Open Saturday from 9 to 12
DISTRICT COURT. Clerk A. A. Stewart, ,Titusville. County every m.
' Collector of Rct'enueB. V. Wads rth Corner Fourth and Broome streets. 1m
. M. E. Titusville.
'Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville., Sheriff- English, '
Jlzrshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed,Titusville. Madison'M "
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Superintendent of ScJiools John H. Laws, NATEE COUNTY. 'W. E. ERASER,

f .. ? INTERNAL REVENUE. City Point. County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee. '
... CALHOUN.County Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. HOMOPATHIC AND HYDROPATHIC
S. C. Jacksonville.
Collector Thompson:, Clark. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. PHYSICIAN,
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.:: Judge'Villiam Collector :: E. Has '
Clerk-James S. Fannin. of Retentie--Henry' permanently J located at 'Fernandina,
l" Wm. A. Mahoney,,Fernandina. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Fon. and, offers his professional services to the

t Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J.Seward, people of this place and surrounding country.

F. House, St. Augustine. Collector of Rct'enue-Joel P. Atkins. Pine Level. Diseases of children a specialty.

Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well. MARION COUNTY. Jj.Kr Can be found at the Tourist Hotel.WILLIAM ? .

State Officers. CLAY COUNTY. County Judge J. H"Williams, Ocala. .
Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. \
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EXECUTIVE, DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J.: T. Copeland', Orange \heriff-E. T. Williams, Ocala. ,B. C. DURYEE,*

GOL'ernor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park. Collecor vf Revenue W. P. Trantham, ,
LieutenanC- Governor-Milton H. Mabry Clerk-G. N Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala.
James W. DeWittj; GreenCoye ,
Lecsburg. ..* Superintendent of Schools M.' L., Payne,
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. -
Collector of Revenu -'V. J. Wilson, ,Green

1 lahassee.Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo.. Hall, MONROE COUNTY. Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber,
S. Baron -
7rea8/.Lrer-E. S. Crill. McRae. County Judge-Chas. Key West.
x Attorney-General-C. M. Cooper Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter,T. Knight, Key West. BY THE CARGO, '

! W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Sheriff George; A. Demerritt, Key West.
Judge City.
4 County ,
For Domestic or .Export Trade
see.Commissioner of Revenue Mason S.i Moreno, ,
of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. "
Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. ,J. Sheriff C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Key West. FEKNANDINA FLORIDA. ,
Jacksonville. Lake Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key "
d q Russell, Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, City. West. : ,
Adjutant-General-Davi Lang. Superintendent of Schoal.3A.. Sheffield, U '

Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter.. DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan

Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla-. County Judge-Allen E.'Heyser.' dina. .- OS :
hassee. 'Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.

N Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, Sher.iff-\Ym. M. Mettaur. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. ,' :
Assessor of Taxes Wm. H. Garland n
Jacksonville. Ti'casltrer-J. Wm. Ewan. Fer- DESIGNS ""
with Plans Details -:
nandina. Specifications -
Collector Peacock. I
Tallahassee. of Ret'entte-Charles
Clerk-D. Wilson, '"
t and
j Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer-

First Circuit--Augustus Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools John Owens, JAMES McGIFFIN,

sacola. sonville. Evergreen.; :i .;i
Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- Clerk-Thomas Buckman,Jacksonville. County Treosuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Sheriff Henry Holland.: Jacksonville.: din a. '

see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of TaXes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. Alachua Street, between Second and Third.
;. t Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker,'Jackson- sonville.
ville. Collector of Revenue-Moses .7. Brown, County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando FERNANDINA FLA. ABOVE CUT IS ON EVERY PACKAGE -

Circuit-Thomas F. Gaines- Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando.
King Jacksonville.
Fifth ,
ville. ; Superintendent of Schools William H.Bab- Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hurdeman, Or- Orders and estimates from a distance care- OF

Sixth Circuit-R. L. :Mitchell, Tampa: cock, Jacksonville. lando. fully. attended 7, ,to., 25-t
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Superintendent Schools-John T. Beeks,

County Jl.Ldge-\Valter Tate. Suiveyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. AGENT,
Ccurt Calendar. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Treasurer-C.. Jacobs, Wilcox.
Fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, : :
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm 's. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. ANDDealer ,
Walton 4th in October. Schools N. B. Cook. J/el"k-S. J. Pearce.
1; Monday Superintendent of in Ice
W. H. Jonson.
after 4th Sheriff ,
Holmes, 2d Wednesday Monday -
in October. FRVNKLIN.Countg Treasurer-F. F. Beville. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
a Judge-Robert G. Baker. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis. I KALSOMINE.
Washington, 2d Monday after4th Mondayin BROOM STREET WHARF,
October. Clerk-J. A.; Atkins. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy.

,Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM. COUNTY. t-ft FERNANDINA FLA.
October. 7rea.mrer-R. H. Porter.

Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector ofRevenne-George A. Patton. Judge of Probate-T.S.Hough ton,'Palatka.

This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. EWING MACHINES

k M 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Sheriff( Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka.. 46r USE NO .
s Term. i Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. .
Spring_ THIRD CIRCUIT. County Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, ALL LATE, IMPROVED MAKES,
Clerk Nicholson.
iII Spring Term- Sheriff Thomas :Mitchell. ,
For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in 'Treasurer-A. W. Smith. TAYLOR COUNTY.

April.Madison. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew,'Perry. J! FOR'SALE'
2d Monday in April. Superintendent of SchooC. L. Allison. Sheriff-B. A. Tucker, Perry. BY
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. f every description, and

,, Suwanee, 1st' Monday after- 4th Monday HAMILTON: COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools T.,J. Faulkner. ATTACHMENTS for any Sewing Machine, ,J' "

County Judge....:Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. Perry ______ for sale.
3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. GEO. F. LEWIS
Old' Machines
4rJ M April. Sheriff( Sampson Tavel, Jasper. County Su veyor-D.UN. Cox, Perry. .; repaired at moderate ,
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday- after 4th Mondayin Collector of, Revenue-John 'H: ;[Lee. Collector'of Revenue-J. B. Hardee; Perry. prices.

April. Superintendent of Schools J. N. ,Reid, HENRY HOBEIN,
Fall Term- Jasper. Corner Third and Ash Streets,

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

,Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Treasurer Robert Robinson. TOURIST HOUSE C. A. WOOLSEYS'JERSEY
; t Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Collector of Revenue W. J. Williams. ,

Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King,Lecanto. JOHN'S FERNANDINA, FLA.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes--J.. F. Shands,,,Brooks- CITYWaI'I'E
October. xille. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- 1J6rNOWOPEN SNEWLY
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools="W.;C. Zimmerman tine.
October. Floral City. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. FURNISHED AND PAINTED -
: : LEAD-
Ramon Hernandez St. -
5' FOURTH CIRCUIT Sheriff Augustine : First-class accommodations. -
Spring Term- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Cottector of Revenue Joseph F. Llambias, ,.
County''JudgeT. A. Carruth. St. -
St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Augustine. TERMS $2.00 PER DAY.
Clerk-W. A. Givens Schools Peter S.
Tampa. Superintendent of Arnan,
Clay, 4th.Tuesday in March.
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. : St. Augustine. #!i- Special arrangements by the week or -AND-READY-MIXED
r Collector of Retenue-'V: J.'Martin.HOLMES. SUMTER COUNTY.
; month.
Tr' Jiaker, 2d Tuesday in,April. :. ;
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. :: County Judge'-J. R.Steele, Leesburg, W. G. ELLENWOOD, PAINTS
Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. County JUdge-.A. H.Brownell. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. 10 Proprietor.
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r,', Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. 'Sheriff-J. F. Galloway, Sumterville.
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff( Thomas N. Ellis. Collector of Retenue-I.N. Withers, ,Lees-

Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. burg. THE OCEAN HOUSE, ,
't Bradford. 1st Tuesday in October. .' Collector of.RevenueVilliam Tucker. Superintendent of Schools-C. F.Venable, -

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. Sumterville.
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Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. : SUWANEE COUNTY. "

Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. WIND OW BUSS
FIFTH CIRCUIT., County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Clerk-J. Newman, Live Oak. ,,;
I Spring Term- : ClerkFrankPhilips.S Sheriff-John R. Sessions Live Oak. ,
, Sumter, 3d Tuesday in'March. i Sheriff Andrew Scott. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions,
Treasurer-James E. Heam. NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
Marion, 4th,Tuesday in March. Live Oak. I,
Collector,ofRevenue--John>B. Anderson. Schools-A. W. Mizzell ALL SIZES.
Putnam, 2d-Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in' ScwoSamuel Superintendent of ,
Superintendent of Erwin.
March. Welborn. ,
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday'in JEFFERSON. ; VOLUSIA COUNTY. THIS with the public, located near the

t :March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. County Judge-:James H. Chandler, Enter- Strathmore Hotel and the Railroad Depot, PAINT BRUSHES,
Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. prise. has been fitted up as a first-class refreshment

% in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello.Superintendent Clerk-H. J. Faulkner,:Enterpnse.SheriffBarton saloon for the accommodation of the travel-

Fall Term- of Schools-J. A. Walker, F. Brooke, Enterprise. ing public, as Veil as the home people. i l
Sumter 1st Tuesday in October.
Monticello. SHELLACI
Collector Revenue T.F.
of DrudyEmparia.
Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. COOL LAGER BEER
County Treasurer-W; M. Girardeau, Mon Superintendent of Schools-B.F. Fox, New ,
Putnam 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. ,
Levy, 4th Tuesday in ,November. Collector Smyrna. FINE LIQUORS AND SEGARS, '
of -J. H. Tucker, Mon, .
, Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello.. W AKUu.A.COUNTY.. will be"made specialty. A SODA-WATER HARD OIL
in November. County Judge-R. S. Smith. ,
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. STAND will also be run in connection with1the .
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Sheriff-Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. .
r institution for the
Spring Term County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy.SheriffC. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. CLAM CHOWDER, temperance LUNCHES people.at
Orange, 4th Monday in'January. S. Weathersby. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, all hours. 'AND
Volusia, 3d in Clerk-Neal A. New '
t Monday February. McAlpin, Troy. Crawfordville. BATHING SUITS TO LET.
rt Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey.New County Treasurer-"W. W. Walker, Craw Give call.
us a
Dade,3d Monday in April. Troy. fordville. JULIUS KLOTZ
+ Pall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New Collector:of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- Manager. OIL.BALSOMINE"
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.Dade Asessor'of Taxes-C. C. Burch. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. BILL-HEADS. etc., neatly printedat ,

2d Monday in November. LEON COUNTY. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. the MIRROR office'FO'R

L l- County Judge-E. 3!. West,'Tallahassee Sheriff--John C..McSween. ,
,. County Officers., '
-James E. Bowers.
i Sheriff John A. Pearce: Tallahassee. SALE.THE :
t ALACHUA. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee Collector of B. McLeod.

County.Judge-Junius,C. Gardner, Gaines Superintendent of Schools-:Henry N.Felkel, Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. -

,ville. Tallahassee;,
- Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville." Treasurer-J. L. Demilly' Tallahassee. .WASHINGTON., :Domingo Acosta Grant All :Shades 50 CENTS per Pack-
County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ; ,
I Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, ,Tall ,.
Collector Revenue-H. 'Clerk-D. D. Melvin.
of C. Denton,Gaines- hassee.
ville. Sheriff. W. Davis. ,-CONTAINING- age of Five Pounds.
Superintendent of Schools W. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. .
N. Sheats
Gainesville. Clerk-J. M. Barco'Bronson. Collector of Revenue-John Roche. NEARLY 2,000, ACRES,

" BAKER COUNTY. Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush.
Collector of Revenue W. H. Anderson, 'FACING THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AND
County Judge T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key:

Cltrk-F.'J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, LUCY, COTTAGE_ DUNN'S CREEK. GEO. F.: LEWIS
Sheriff J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. ,
Collector of Revenue --J.',v. Burnsed, San- LIBERTY. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, The property adjoins the town of SAN

_ erson. MATEO, and offers one of the best landings i
Superintendent of Schools-Wm. Lessene, County Judge n. F. Hosford. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. on'the St. John's River. It has a front-

-nd rson. Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. age of two miles on Dunn's Creek. No. 45 CENTRE STREET,
\ BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriff-D. G. Harr l. ,Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished,withor Titles direct from the Spanish Government
Treasurer-J. E. Roberts., 'without board. Table Boarders will be ,to the original owners.
County Judge-J. F. Richard, Lake Butler. '
Collector of Revenue L\G. Wilder. .
I accommodated also transient. T.
; A. ACOSTA, Adm'r.H. .
Clerk-Henry R.York Lake Butler. '
Superintendent of Sehools- r.T.J. Gregory.. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. H. LINVIIXE,'Attorney. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.

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Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville 9.25 a. m. ""-- .
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; ;:: Y1 'j, '.J. : Steamer St.Nicholas-inside, route for Brunswick elegant Cincinnati via Cin So?....Lv ..._._... 8:47 p m
l i \ Chattanooga 'via W & A..LV _......_... 8:55
} ;nJiy: \ Florida Railway & Navigation Co Darien Savannah, connecting with steamers for : : am
GENTLEMEN IN WHITE HATS AND ,. 'i 7 ,t : J"? f 'Baltimore, Philadelphia New York'and :Boston. Marietta viik 1V & A.._.Lv ?............ 1:36 p m
., 1 "l .t.\' Atlanta, via C R R..Lv ._..._..... 2:45 P m
LADIES IN BRILLIANT COSTUMES.A ,' '.t..,#p" ....,' .4Jl "1\001< ",,."t CUMBERLAND ROUTE. Macon, via C R Rv-.._. .Lv ....?_...?. 7:10 p m,
,. ,. ,-,.''' ,. '<. SCHEDULE IX EFFECT MAY 3, 1886. SteamerExpress leaving Jacksonville daily at Albany................,..X-..:.Lv 5:30 a m 11:10 p in
'_ -- .c- .' .- 9.25 a. m., except Sunday connects with elegant Davis.....?...........:._.....? ..Lv 5:55 a m ......_._...
.. "; CENTRAL MERIDIAN TIME. Steamer Thos.Collyer;Brunswick,and through Willingham.....?......._..?._Lv 6:10 a m ..:..:_.....
Trip Around the Park to the :Music: :.:.., ; One hour slower than Washington C.. and 33 trains of the Last; Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia, Sumner.....?.......?........__LvN5:38 am.?..._?....

of the Guards Horns-Another Tri .;., .,.;',,11,....,;"!":_:.:J., .r.",' I '<,;, "r"!'." '... .. ( minutes faster than Jacksonville Local) and Brunswick & Western Kailroads. Ty Ty?...?................_...._Lv 6:03 am .....:_.?...
:-i'J umph of Nineteenth Century Civilization General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Pearson ..?..;...?.........._..Lv 9:14 aN:45 a m
..- ''''\\.I;' : :.! .it.. .: ,.: i ."\. ..' WESTERN DIVISION. WALTER G. COLEMAN, Waycross..............?...:.......Ar 10:29:: a m
at the Iirunn\vick. '_ ') ;::V- ; : .
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General Traveling Agent. Savannah via S, F & W..Ar 7:58 pm..... ......
.:. ,'.,: ..:. .:,. .,..tr .- GOING WEST ,No. 1. No. 9. F..JJ. APY, Jacksonvillevia S,F&:W..Ar 7:30 p m 8.-05a: in the good old. : ; (; :
Time was days 0 long ., .:. ;,,':; Leave Jacksonville............... 8.00 a m 3.00 p m Traffic Manager.' S. F& 11'_Lv 7:35am 9:30 p m' ,
ago, when people went about baying jjy- '. ;. ...; .; .T ';{: .t .''' ;1 t"Ii:' ;'{ 4 '1),.;' II Baldwin.................... 8.45 II 4.10 If D. E. MAXWELL, Savannah,via S, F & W..Lv 7:01 am 8:45 p m
mi-halidom" and "by'r.ady" a n i -*j .u d' \ : :>.:" .. ,js..i.'!. ., ;.....'-..1: ;1:.... \' .If Lake City................10.10 '.' 6.03 ,IfIf General Superintendent. Waycross.:...?........?......._Lv 10:40 a m 4:10 a m

casually and comfor.ab .. Live Oak_.................10.59 If, 7.o.t IfIf Schlatterville..........?._....Lv.11:05 a m 4:35 a m
just as y a we n<*w ,,:,.{, .":1,, Htfi r.. !. .; ft.,, ''.c:,.,,'; ',:."f, .Ellaville..................... 11.28 If 7.45 IffI Hoboken .....?................._Lv ilk a m 455: a m
go about saying "How'dye' '".o trU'n.c < .", t-'F.. -1'1- -" Madison._.................12.01 fI 8.35' Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. Waynesville....................Lv 12:18 p m 5:55 a m

shah it be, gents*" and it was cou..i-K-re a :': '.,. I fI Drifton ..:..?.............. .L07 If 10.05 fI Jamaica........Lv 12:55 p m 6:40 a mPyles' \
grand and gionous thing to sea hi u..OI'ndames } : J. Arrive Monticello................. 1.30 p ill 10.35 P m WAYCROSS. .. SHORT LINE. Marsh.....?..:._-.....Lv '1:15 a m 7.00 a m
i '" ,; .. Brunswick?...............;;.?Ar 1:50 p m 7:40, a m
on pieuald paiireys M Hit'inn.j Lad '. j QJl" : t ." f, '.. Leave Tallahassee................ 2.20 p m 12.00 -
tournaments where brave .ni;:LL> ....tt. UL tu ; .' ro.' ,ull""i:. ,: u I Quincy-.................?.. 3.15 If, L52 a m 'All trains of this Road are run by Central'Standard BRUNSWICK AND WAYCROSS 'ACCOI O-
Arrive River Junction..:....... 4.00 '" 3.25 If I time. DATION.
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Tab e .u u ., .. Train No.. 1 makes close connection at River TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. Leaves Brunswick ..............._.....?....._.... 5:15 a m
beauty and btu: wood .athv-iv.. to"., u ..c Junction with through train on the Louisville & ,TRAINS will leave and arrive Arrives Waycross-.........?.........................10:10 a m
three t ju t->, and li-at .ha. whole *u. ,.. u.-.d Nashville for New Orleans, and all points Southwest PASSENGER : RETURNING :

pot. :o lair -igbt.. L.ui ad tui >uta ,< .ta- ; arriving at DeFuniak at 7.25 pm. Pensacola Leaves ... ._ .... .. ..
10.10 m, Mobile 2.25 a m., and New Orleans at NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. Waycross ? ? ... ?......... 5:15 p m
ing compared to the ;-1' imeo; a niaiU.ugdin 7.20 a p m.Close Leave Jacksonville................................. 7:35: a m Arrives Brunswick...........?..........;...._ 8:00 p m

par ...e ill our C U L.uJ jraik: 8.... :...e connection is made at Flomaton for all Arrive Jacksonville......................._....... 7:30 p m Purchase.tickets at the 'station, and save extra

me 'kes:>t eta h owner o. a.l, vuiu ia. tall points North and West ; arriving at Montgomeryat Leave Callahan....................................... 8:18 a m fare collected upon the train.
hat uiid tiw in !Iii i ouitou: :M. DOWNEY 7.15 a m, Nashville 7.26 p m, Evansville 2.30 p m, Arrive Waycross.-...............................?..10:15 a m The mail train stops at all B & W stations. .
white iwvr u e, St Louis p m,Chicago 7.05 am,Cincinnati 6 35 a m. Arrive Brunswick via B & W R R........... 1:50: p m Connections made at Waycross to and from all
I would maze the biu\v kui J.;ut in aa of No. 1 has Sleeper, which runs through from Arrive Thomasville................................. 1:37 p m points on Savannah Florida & Western Railway.

Ar.umrSiall.Jino i down nom b-. ..o.;saanua Jacksonville to Montgomery without change.No. Arrive Bainbridge_.... ............................ 3:35 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping and Mann Boudoir

.:kno...<.u him-eaf a worm o; lH'ii, th Is in the 9 makes close connection at River Junction ,,Arrive Chattahoochee.............................. 4:04 p m cars upon Jacksonville and Cincinnati through.
"; now receiving, with Louisville & Nashville train for Montgomery Arrive Pensacola via L & N R R_............10:10 p m trains.
iu the pirs 'n u o. .sue a ma;m..Sexed And and points North and West; arriving DeFu Arrive Mobile via L & N R R.................... 2:30: a m J. A. McDUFFIE, G. P. A.
the late i-eauiuu Guinevere herself Could niak at 8.20 a m, Pensacola 12.30 p m, Montgomery Arrive New Orleans via L & N R R......... 7:20 a m F. W. ANGIER, A. G. P. A. .

have: gut en points in fairness irotn the, 7.55 p m, Nashville 7.20 a m, St. Louis 8 pm, Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand A. A. GADDIS, V. P. & G. M.

lovtl. Udietaat t/eaaiea down KI ra-ious CITY MARTHIS Chicago 7.00 p m, Cincinnati 6.35 p m. New Orleans,.via Pensacola and Mobile.
This train carries Sleeper through from Jack-
splendor: ou Abe num>.L- populace below who sonville to DeFuniak without change. FAST. MAIL. Florida Southern Railway Co.

and .. Leave Jacksonville.................................. 2:00 p m
to see ajp.au.;
came Arrive Jacksonville....?...................._..12:00 n'n -
Tie W1.o.e thIn;; \a like this: Eight; GOING EAST. No. 2. No. 10. ... ... ..... .. ORANGE BELT ROUTE. ..
Leave Callahan.... .. ... ................. 2:45 p m
nice.y 1>:uutrd coaches uad made arrangements Leave River Junction_........11.30 a m 12.35 a m Leave Chattahoochee.............................11:80: a m
to Ur.vo around Central park They Quincy _....................12.17' P m 1.52 Leave Thomasville.................................. 1:40 p m GOING SOUTH..
Tallahassee................ 1.15" 3.45" Arrive Waycross .........-.........................- 4:40 p m
were not gom any w here-there was no par- SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY 'C Drifton_..................... 2.20" 4.50" .Arrive J esup..........................................? 6:15 p m Fast Daily.Mail Daily Sunday.Ex. Accom'nDaily..

tiular: deetination-the coaches were simplyto Arrive Monticello._................3.05 p m 5.05 a m ,Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G.............8:35 p m Palatka................Lv 10.00 a Lv 3.30 p ... .........
circuit of the Arrive Savannah..................................... 7:58 m ?
make a park, while six p T.&K.W..1r _......... .
June. 10.15 Ar
Leave Madison..................... 3.22 P m 5.58 a m a 3.40p ?
Charleston.................................... 155
happy}' and exalted beings sat on the top of -OFFOREIGN Ellayille..................... 3.53 6.35" Arrive : a m Interlachen........Ar 11.07 a Ar 4.15 p ......_......
,Arrive Wilmington................................. 8:20 a m
f' II 11.43 ......_......
Oak.................... 4.20 7.05 Wait'sCrossing..Ar a. Ar 4.52p
i coajh: and the crowd below wonderedat Live
ear Weldon....................................._
'! Lake City................... 5.07" 8.16" Arrive 2:15pm Rochelle ............_Ar 12.06 a Ar 6.13 p _............
it all The ttarting-point was the Seventy Arrive Richmond............................... 600
Baldwin.................... 6.30 10.55 p m Gainesville.........-Ar 12.45 a Ar 5.40 p ...........
second street drive at the west side AND DOMESTIC Arrive Washington.. .............................11:00 p m
Arrive Jacksonville................ 7.15 11.58 Gainesville.... .._Lv 11.30: a Lv 4.40 _..... ......
Arrive Baltimore....................................-12:35 a m ? p
gate, and long before 5 o'clock in the after- Arrive Philadelphia................................3:45 a m Rochelle ......_......Lv 12.21 a Lv 5.13p 6.55 a

noon all the good people who love to gaze No. 2 makes close connection at'River Junction 'Arrive New York................................_..6:50 a m Micanopy........................-.. ....:.......... 7.45 a
upon beauty and genius had, gathered thereto with Louisville & Nashville St.trains Louis from Cincinnati New Or Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville Evinston-......... ..Lv 12.43 p Lv 5.32 p 8.20 a
leans and from Chicago
bo win well-bred admiration I S..ore'the and New Lochbie..Lv 12.55 p Lv 5.40 P' 8.50 a
Montgomery. Has through Sleeper from Mont- York.EAST Ocala-..................Lv 1.52 p Lv 6.25 p 10 00 a
canary-body of a red-wheeled cou...:!!. <[0 RY1QOO.S: gomery. FLORIDA EXPRESS. *Welshton............Ar 2.15p Ar' 6.-I4p 1.22p

A PEEP AT THE PAUAUli No. 10 makes close connection with trains from Leave Jacksonville................................. 4:30: p m South Lake Weir-Ar 3.05p Ar 7.27p 2.28p

Of course tha most of those'packed in the Montgomery and North, and has' Sleeper from Arrive Jacksonville...?................. ..........11:30am Conant.................AT 3.14 p Ar 7.36 p 2.48 p
DeFuniak Springs. .. ............................ 5:14
in the warm Leave Callahan...... p m Leesburg._............Ar 3.53 p Ar 8.02 p 4.20 p
footpaths waiting .sun* -hive for Arrive Callahan....:...:.............................10:46 a m Center Hill.Ar 4.28 p ..........??. ....._..?..
the';vehicles to move were'worn '.1. tt ..t ilie'long Leave Waycross..... ..............._...__........... 7:30 p m' Pemberton'sF'ry-Ar 5.12p ............... ..............

line of carriages drawn up ." a mileor -AND- SOUTHERN__ _, _, DIVISION._ ___ 'Arrive Waycross......:... ....................... ... 8:25 a m Brooksville?......:Ar 6.10 p ....._....... :....._..?..
more one side of the a.ong j GOING SOUTH. No. 7.: No. 5. No. 3. No 19. I Leave Lake City.........,_.. ,.....?......,...... 3:45 p m 6.45 p m. '
leave ample room for the pa a., :,i.t FANCY: ARTICLEcONSISTIN & Lake Eustis Division.
f up of women a.au/sCi.KO..e..ivr<< .,' 'Ads Callahau... 11.30 ?.25" Leave Thomasville..7........-?.. ...............11:15 p m. St John's
of pretty spring cosiu. t>i *u>...-' .<.. -all Arrive< Albany.. .::...::.:.......:..........;:..:....1:30: a iq Fast Mail Mail ,Daily Ex.
Jacksonville .11.45Aai: 8.45PM ............
via Central R R...... 8-00 m .
the h..c. 'Arrive Montgomery : > a ; Daily. ,,Daily. Sunday
through park uui .tr Baldwin..... 12.50PM,12.30", 10.00.". 9.30plI Arrive l\Ioblle.via L & N R R ................. 2:10 p m Leesburg._?..........1.v 4.00 p'' .....?....:... Lv 11.1a a
wherever' a little hilloc o .ri.: :.. > of IN PART OF- .Highland'.... 1.27 u 10.57 Arrive New Orleans via L &'N R R.....?.. 7:30: p m .Fort.l\Iason..A.r 4.50p ......?....... Ar 12'45p

the procession, and even t e hit tju ran Lawtey_...... 1.43" 11.16 Arrive Nashville via L & N R R...;_.:....... 7:10: p m Fort 1oIason........................_ Lv 9.20 a ...............
left their iunocent play to e v Starke ........: 2.o.t" :No. 11. 11.42" No.21.; Arrive Louisville via L & N R R-............ 2:25 a m Eusti3......._:..._....Ar 5.05 p Ar 9.30 a AI' 1.00 P
g.i \ h. iw- Piques, 'Victoria Laws, ., Waldo ......... .45." ;2.45Pat12.30Ax,4.15AM Arrive Cincinnati via'L &N R Rr....:..?... 6:35 a m .Tavares.....?..?.....Ar 5..5: p AI' 10.10 a ....._...._..
erent freedom at a co.orea .ua.-u. .. u. ''on Lv Gainesville 3.30 6.25 Arrive,St. Louis via L &,N: R R......_........,7:40ani Lane Park..Ar-p A.r 10.25 a ....._...:...

his granite l'6.le.tal the brvu/e; Lgare of Archer......... ...20 '' 8.20" : Pullman Buffet Cars to and from 'Jacksonville Altoona......_.....?.Ar 6.45p, ........._.... ....._........
Webster turned his:: lac i on taj parade, and Plain and: Dotted Swiss Lawns, ". Bronson.... 4.50 : 9.10 to :and''St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, Mont} Pittman._......... .:.Ar '7.o.t P ,,..... ........: ......:........

throughout ah the bustle of reparation he Cedar Key?.. f 6.45 II 'f. 12.25po gomery and Nashville.' Astor?............ .....Ar'810p .....:........; .......:.. :..

kept LIB face steadily see the other way. Tape Checks and Stripes, Hawthome_ 3.25p3I1.37, JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. GOING KORTH. 4

Just opposite tLe statue, where the crowd. .. Citra............ 3.57 2.21 II Leave Jacksonville...........:.......:.....:......:. 9:30 p nil! Fast '[ail Mail Ac Daily
was" thickest two Light Prints (Suitable for the Season) If SilverSpring 442" .::. Arrive Jacksonville..:........-..;.;..:..:........... 8:05: a m; Dail,. Daily. Ex.Sun.
uaintily-dressed men in Ocala.......... 4.57 .3.37 .!! I Leave Callahan.....?. ..............?...:..........10:20 p m ,Astor .......?.._Lv 7.00 a ...?_...?... ..........._..
silt hats, terra-cotta bloves and figured, Irish Linens TableCloths .. "Wildwood..... 6.04" 5.14 Arrive Waycross _.................... ............1235 a m Pittman._............Lv 8.01 a ............... ........::. ...
waistcoats, stopped gravely under the" 'protruding : = ",. *" Leesburg.... 6.37.", J 5.52 Arrive Albany via B & W R R...?......?.-. 5:30 a m( Altoona............. .Lv 820a ............... .?_....._.. t
branch of a pine trek They'placed 'J. : : Tavares..1 7.00 : ., 6.30" Arrive :Macon via Central R R.......... ..._ 9:40 a m>, Lane Plll'k..Lv, 9.00 a Lv 4.20 p .. ??. ......
their hats Towels, Napkins, Doileys, Fernandina Tav Arrive Atlanta via Central R R...?....!...... 1:35 p m Tavares................Lv'' 9.10 a Lv '4.35p ......;........ ; '
carefully on the grass, and tirst No. 7 is through train Callahan from with Fast Mail to from' Arrive Jesup ........................................._ 2:15 a m :Eusti..................Lv 9.40 a Lv 5. 'O p Lv 1.20 P i {
one and then the other seized hold of the arcs, connecting at Fort l\Iason.Lv 9.5.i AI' 4.45 Lv 2.00 f
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Irish and Hamburg Edgins Arrive Brunswick via E TV & G R R. 600 a m P p
limb, and turning a half somersault per- i. the East and, also at Baldwin No. 10 from with all'points train from'on Jacksonville Western- Arrive Macon via E T, V & G R B...........; 8:30 a IIi? Leesburg._...........Ar 11.00 a ..........:.. Ar. 3.35p '1

formed the athletic feat commonly knownas DomesticrShiiting;Sheeting etc. Division, ; at Waldo with No.'11 for Cedar Key, Arrive Atlanta via E T, V&G R R.....?..12:05 n'n Main ,Line.
; via Cin South'n R'y_. 6:50 a m
Arrive Cincinnati
"skinning the cat Then with the same and at Tavares with Tavares, Orlando. and Atlap.tic -.
last Mail Daily Ex. Accom'n
and Mann' Boudoir Buffet
gravity train for Orlando.No. Pullman Buffet Cars
they picked up their hats and Jacksonville to Tav- ,and Macon and via Dail.lSunday.. Daily.
sauntered on. 3 is through train : Caes via ,Waycross, Albany Jacksonvilleand Brooksvllle......._Lv' 8.20 aPemberton ...........:... ...?......?..
-A NICE LINE OF- Baldwin with train1 and:Macon between
There was blast ; ares, connecting at evening Waycross Jesup Coach 's P Ij_Lv 9.40a ,............... ............... 4
a from and at Tavares Cincinnati.: Also through Passenger
\a guard'shorn: f' T from Fernandina, next'moming.with I via Albany Center'IIil1..Lv 10.25 a ...:.......?.. .....:.........
and three Orlando & Atlantic train for Orlando Jacksonville and Chattanooga,
policemen_galloped madly along]] Tavares. with South Florida- 'es between Jacksonville and Cincinnati Jesupj Leesburg.............Lv 11.05 a Lv 6.35 a ........;......
the roao. Just behind them stepped 'the connecting at that point : and Conant...............Lv 11.34 a Lv 7.00 a ..............
four beautiful horses whose reins reachedup RBADYMADB t THING train for deeper intermediate points.Jacksonvilleto This SAVANNAH EXPRE&S. South Lake Weir-Lv 11.43 a Lv 7.06 a............?. \

into the hands of train.Orlando.carries through from Leave Jacksonville.........?.. .................. 9:30 p mj; _*Welshton..Ar 12J2 p Ar 7.24 a...........?..
Col William Jay, the ; .. Arrive Jacksonville........>...................... 8:05 a m : O'ala.\r 1.00 pIx Ar 8.14 a.........??..
president of the club. Mrs. Jay sat beside GOING NORTH No. 8. No. 4. Leave Callahan.....?...............................10._0 p m] >chbie ....._...?..Ar 1.53 p Ar 9.04 a .......?._...
him and th, other seat back held two ladies 1 I I I Arrive Callahan............_.?............_........ 7:05 a mi+ Evinston .....?.......A r 2.07 p Ar 9.14 a Lv 4.53 p
and two gentlemen the latter outside Lv" Tavares....... 7.20 Al\I" 8.ro Pat" Leave Gainesville................................... 3:50 p m Micanopy............................ .............. Lv 5.4.ip
with the sitting Black Silk Alpaca Coats If Leesburg._....7.47 8.52 u, Arrive Gainesville-......................-._....... 9:35: a m- Rochelle._............Ar 2.35 p Ar 9.37 a Ar 6.30p
ladies in the middle.: The'two, Wildwood.. 8.16' 1 9.45 Leave Lake City.?.........?;?..... 3:45 p m .Gainesville .........Ar 3.20 p Ar 10.05 a ..........._..

guards occupied 'the boot behind 'They "" Ocala.Silver.......... 9.20"9.SJ": 11.25............ I I Arrive Lake City....................................-10-00 a m Gainesville........Lv 1.x5p Lv 9.05' aAr .....__....... i
wore top boots and the regulation groom'scostume. 4' Spr'g. If Leave Live Oak....................................... 7:10 p IIi Rochelle.. .........-Ar 2.2ip: 9.30a: ......?.......
_........ 12.47A1 ?
This was the same in all the And New' Styles in Seersucker Suits, Hawthorne Citra _10.17 10.49 '' No,1,-). 1.37 If No. 1)1)_ Arrive Live Oak........?.............,.............: 6:15 a m Wait's Crossing_..Ar 3.14 p Ar 10 00 a...........?.. ';
coaches. Arrive Thomasville....-.........................750: a m; 'Interlachenr 3.5.p, Ar 10.33 a ....._...??. "
Each coach 'c rriedsix' persons' ( Lv Cedar Key.:. 7.15AH 2.00 PM Arrive Albany _...................;.......?...._.11:50: a m June J, T & K W-Ar 4.37 p Ar 11.20 a ............._ i
and two grooms. Roans and grays drew .. Bronson_... 9.10" 4.50 U Arrive Montgomery via Central R R.:....": 753: p'm Palatk a...............Ar 4.50 p Ar 11.30 a...............
CoL Jay's coach which had a : body J6rA BARGAIN.' ", Archer........ 9.40 U 5'50 Arrive Nashville L& N R R......:...?... 7:10 a m \Breakfast at,Welhston at 7.34 a m. ;
and canary ,u Gainesville 'f 10.35 ", r 8.45 U Arrive Louisville via L & N R R ..........._ 250 p m
red running-gear. After him came Mr., Lv Waldo ....._.. 11.3.5 AM 11.25" 2.30Aat 10.00 Arrive Cincinnati via L & N R R........... 6:35 p m ,STE.HIERSA. J., LANE: AND DISPATCH

Hugo Fritsch, Mr. Prescott J.a.wrence R. Starke......... 12.20PM 3.00 1' ,Arrive St. Louis via L & N R R...............800 pIn' Make daily double round trips of Lakes Eustix. ;
\V. Rives, Fail-man llogers, of Philadelphia hia; STRAW AND FUR HATS U Lawter.12.40.u 3.35 U Arrive Waycross -............................:.......12:35 a m' and Harris, touching at all'landings.
J. R. Roosevelt F. R. rtives and Frederick ,. Hi hland.... 12.56." .N. ,6. 3.5,'}'Ie No.20. Arrive Brunswick via B &: W R R.....;:...... 7:40 a m

Bronson Baldwin._... 1.40" .1.5OPat 5.00" 5.00 AMU Arrive Jesup! -..........._.........................._. 3:13 a m CONNECTIONS.At .
secretary of the club closed the ......................... 6:15
: Jacksonville ..... 2'35" 5.50" ...... Arrive Savannah............. a m
procession. Each owner who' drove of' Ladies'' ." Callahan.... 2.45" 8.10 UAI' Arrive.Charleston..............._..................12:55 p m' Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa & Key
course wore a tall white hat and the other Men's'Boys', and Misses'GAITNI Fernandina... 4.00 u .10.10 u Arrive Wilmington ..... .......... ................ 8:30: p m: > West Railway, and fast rifer steamers, for St. Au-
gentlemen Arrive Richmond.. .:...................*........... 5:48 pm' Augustine, Green Cove Springs Jacksonville, and
Mrs' wore black silk ones. The memo Arrive Washington .................................10:30 a m; all points North,East and West, and with up-river
costume were composed of bottlegreencoats No. 8 is through'train from Tavares to Fern an Arrive Baltimore -.................................12.05 p m steamers for South Florida : also with tAe new

Kerseymere waistcoats and light trous R S SIIO H S AND tI R do dina&,Atlantic connecting train at Tavares from Orlando with Tavares at Wildwood, Orlan- Arrive Philadelphia_.?..............?..;...;.... 2:37 pm;: twin-screw iron steamship :'City of Palatka," and

ers. The boutounieres were made to match : : Arrive. New York ......?..................?..?.?. 5:30 p m; steamship City of Monticello. for Charleston, New
and York Boston Philadelphia etc.Mall '
Pullman Palace Cars between Savannah ,
with the rosettes of flowers in the horses'ears. with train on \Vithlacoochee Branch for Panasoffkee via Gainesville. : trains make close connection both ways
The leaving Wildwood at 9.35 a m: at Waldo with ,Tampa and via Jacksonville Tampa &: Key West Railway, at '
par. commissioners have given Pullman Buffet Cars.between Jacksonville. ,
the KS t.AS. No. 12 from Cedar Key. and at' Baldwin with No. Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast Line-fast maiL
right of way to the club,> anjt so 6 to Jacksonville and No. 9 on Western Division; Washington. .
Tickets sold to.all by rail and' At Gainesville. with through Pullman Sleepers
through .Through points '
the avenues crowdedvith envious 4 ',. \ u' for all points West on that division; at Callahan' steamship connections and baggage checked over Savannah, Florida & Western Railway for

onlookers,; the parade swung up the West TRUNKS AND SATCHELS. with Fast Mail for all points East.__ through..Also Sleeping Car berths and sections New Orleans, Cedar Key, Pensacola, Savannah,
Drive to No. 4 is night train through from Tavares. to : Louisville St. Louis, and
One Hundred and Tenth Street < secured at Company Office inAstor's, building, Albany, Montgomery, ,
Jacksonville, connecting with Tavares, Orlando .
across to the 82 Bay street,.and at Passenger Station, and on all points West. "
east drive and then back to the & Atlantic train with from Orlando at
\ : Sleeper ; &
Plant" and. At Ocala. with Florida Railway Navigation
11 >t, > : _' board People's Line Steamers "H. B.
ebster monument where the procession Waldo with No. 22, afternoon accommodation: ; and hacks for Silver Spring.At .
and De Line Steamer Company, ,
And a great variety of other goods too "Chattahoochee. Bary-Baya
disbanded train from Cedar Key and at Baldwin with No..
{ as the twilight came with its mention. "City of Jacksonville. Astor, with St. John's River steamers, for
numerous 20 for Fernandina.
hint Sanford and landings.At .
of ain. In the JAS. L. TAYLOR, Jacksonville way
and evea.ng the mmkers Thankful for past favors, General Passenger Agent. Leesburg with the St. John's &: Lake Eustis
guests sat down to a ban lu.-&t at the : Division of the Florida Sonthern Railway, and
B. G. FLEMING Superintendent ;
Hotel M. ,
} Biunvwicic, where every. oiy told D.OWNEY. Fernandina & Jacksonville'Branch.Withlacoochee :: boats on ,Lakes Harris and Eustis, for points on

e\erybojyesBwnat glorious gj.: .ess the Fernandina, April! 10,18S6. ; Lakes. :
annual parade had GOING NORTH Week Days Sunday ,Brunswick & Western Railroad. At Pemberton's Ferry with South Florida Rail. "
Wjen--N York ;
Kissimmee Bartow
road, for Lakeland, Tampa, ,
World. '
Lv'Jacksonville 9.25Aat 'S.OOPI 9.OOAat S.35pAI' :\[
and Fort Dade.
Orlando Sanford
j ( U U ,
Femandina. 10.10
11.00" 6.10.f 6.45'
Soldlt' .
'!.. Skill In DeatroyJn*' Uailroad.. : { j $ GOING"' SOUTH / General Passenger Agent.A. .
The s ill'acquired by American' in' : : L Ly Fernandina 7.00 Ax 2.45 AX 7.00lll 4.00 Pl\I, .FIFTY. :MILES SHORTER THAN ANY OTHER C. COWAN ;
troop* General Traveling Agent.
destroying Ar Jacksonville .8.10" 4.25 ,8.10" ROUTE BETWEEN WAYCROSS /
raUroadwas '. l,' CONANT
They extraordinary. : r"1; -'j" 5.10"I AND ALBANY: SHERMAN ,
Would form a line along one side of ." .- I General :Manager.

the road with crowbars and pole; then ",, r 'h'i: : :: "" :'::>. ,.- Branch. AND AFTER FRIDAY, MAY 7th, '1886,.
'Would thrust : iI ,.. ON
these under the rails and Jl trains will run as follows: ,'.,
heaving :::J:; : ; "
rods of turn over many .; GOING NORTH. GOING SOUTH. .
the '
road simultaneously. 'fhe ties '; i f Lv St.Catherine 4.00PM Lv Wildwood.... 9.35AM Mail.: Express.Brunswick > rf'
were then piled up ant the .... r '' Panasoffkee. 'Ar Panasoffkee.10.10 ........................Lv 1:30 p m 9:00 p m
the heaps, and the rails put' across <<;;::r Ar Wildwood.._ 5.50 .' St.Catherine 11.10 Pyles' Marsh....................Lv 1:55 p m' 9:25 pm
The middle of heaps were set on fl1e.i j { df TAf!.1 Jamaica..........: .._....._ Lv 22 p m 10:00 p m
the rails being hottest,"the ends : Waynesville.....: .......?....Lv 3:00( p m 10:40 p m
down ot their Own weight "but the L. ; Hoboken ..........................Lv 355 p m 11:45 p m Corn 'Oats Hay Bran :
; ,
soldier, to increase CONNECTIONS.At Schlatterville.Lv 4:12 p m 12:00 ng't ,
the .
tongs and damage, would take ',. .,> ; with & Western Waycross..........................Ar 4:38pm'' 12:30am
one Callahan
or two Savannah, :
men at each end of i ,; S F & W..Ar 7:58 6:15 a mraCksonTille
the :;. Savannah, via : pm
rail ,r:> Railway, for Savannah Macon, Atlanta .
Dearest,tree carry it with force against the ,,I) ':'. Charleston, Washington Baltimore, New York,, ,via S.F W..Ar 7:30pm 8:05: a m MIXED FEED nICE FLOUR, ETC.AT .

and twist it around, thus leave :' ., Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points Jacksonvillevia S. F & W.Lv 2.-00 p m 9:30 p m
lug rails forming bands to ornament the ; West and Northwest.At Savannah, via S, F & W.Lv 7:01 a m ,_?....;.:...

forest trees of Georgia." All :"- '". ,, : Silver Spring with Ocklawaha River steamers Waycross.......................-Lv 5:00 pm 12:45 a m WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
going on.at the this work was -:...,l.r- 13 'Ilt. 1. ? ; at St. Catherine with Florida Southern Rail-' Pearson ......?......_........_Lv 6:13 p m 2:00 am ._
sufficient same time, there being a, :" I' ,,' ij'i .. way, for Brooksville. Bartow'' and Tampa { at Alapoha..............?..........Lv 7:17 p m 2:58 am _.
number of men detailed for that 'p'. t Orlando with South Florida Railroad,for Sanford. Ty Ty. .?......?...... ....?...._Lv 8:41 p m ......-...... : .
purpose, so that before the tearing of the ',' .y ; Lakeland and Tampa; at Cedar Key with Steamer Sumner......?._..........?.? Lv 8:56 P m --..-??.. HOYT & CO. \ :
last Installment of road up ., C..overnorSafford, Sunday and Wednesday for Wilmington......................Lv 9:28 p m -"."' ...?' FRED W. -. .",
taken the rails previously Manatee and Tampa. Davis-....?....._......?;......_Lv 9:44 pm -....-...... ':
o. Croht up'were already destroyed.-Review ..:'t'i. :" Albany..?............_............Ar 10:00 p m .5:30 pm *;
a Book., Pi.' \ :; : MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE :Macon via C R R__._.Ar .__.:....... .9::!? a m : L. ,
,, .' -., :. ."'', IGI'r,' ',. Steamer express leaves Jacksonville 'Wednes- Atlanta, via C R R....._._Ar .........-... 1:55 p m ;';;; '' ;?
"" .' and A........ ir __._ 239p m "i\\ I1 ? -*-* --
A I ,' days Saturdays at 5.10p. m.,connecting with Marietta via W ? ? .
one : _,. ,, .
'T1 J1fi1" : "" ; .. 7:07 m "'"
; (
rsy a new 1M the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sail- &hattanooga, via W &A..Ar:0. (
ing semi-weekly for New York direct. Cincinnati, via Cin SO..Ar ...__?.... 6:50 a m


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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Mr. Duffy formerly ,an. employe of the I Quick',' Work. -

Florida Railway &' Navigation Company, as I Riley E.Robinson is erecting a four-room

stenographer for Traffic Manager Papy,'returned cottage on Calhoun street for John D. I
,$!.OO A YEAR; $J.OO FOR SIX.MONTHS from'the North by steamer San An- Lowe; the fruit dealer, thecarpenter workof, OE SlOfflE OOOD II

: Reflections.The tonio. days.which has been completed inside of twelve I

,, Rev. H. S. Yerger, formerly pastor of the
platform to Centre street depot has Presbyterian Church of this city but now of Arranging for a Regatta.Dr. .

:!been repaired. Pensacola, will preach in the Presbyterian T.'M. Palmer'on behalf of'Mr. T. M.

,. ?.Mayor McGiffin realized $47 on Wednes- Church here to-morrow morning and even- Carnegie, of Dungeness, presented to the "We invite attention to the following, seasonable goods :

; day in the police,court. ing., Fernandina Boat_Club last evening a silver I

The San Antonio celebrated her one hundredth -Warren Scott, of Amelia, remitted this challenge -cup, which was received. here by ICE CREAM FREEZERS-The "White Mountain and "Gem," triple

f trip, to this port this week.- week his annual tribute to the Mirror force express a few days ago. The cup"is of solid motion. .

3 T Rev. Charles Stewart, of Federal Point, is in the shape of a very: large and luscious silver, standing about nine inches in height WATER COOLERS-All sizes. [

recuperating at the Mansion. watermelon of the "Pride of Georgia" va artistically chased with marine designs, :

k Prof. J.'N. Whither, of the Lake City Agricultural riety. and bearing" the inscription, Carnegie Challenge REFRIGERATORS. -Various styles and prices," at our Furniture

College, is in the city. Colonel Taylor, the old and.reliable lum- Cup. It is valuable. gift. Centre Street. ron ,
ber is in des ,The cup will be held by the club as the
Charles P. Ten Eyck and family, of inspector,, kept constantly busy ;
cargoes from mills the line and most preferred prize in the various contestsof FRUIT JARS
Starke, are registered at the Mansion. patching on Mason's, all sizes.
gives general satisfaction to both consigneeor the near future, and it is expected that

p4 1,. S.D. Moore, Esq., proprietor of the Starke consignor.A the struggles. to' obtain a temporary posses- MONITOR OIL STOVES -Superior to all others.

Telegraph, was in the city this week. sion of'it will result, in a better class of boats i
meeting of the Democratic Executive
Ex-Governor G. F. Drew, wife and daughter being brought-into the club.
Committee for Nassau'count.) has been
(Mrs. Brush) are at the Strathmore. Arrangements are nearly completed for a
called for Wednesday, June 30th, for the
Colonel Charles G. Pearce and family, pf. regatta July 5th and every member who
of considering steps to be taken for
Jc at the Strath i owns or can, borrow a boat, will probably IN UR
Jacksonville,are delighted more. the fall campaign.The GROCERY DEPARTMENT
enter the same for the, race.
Mrs. Reid, sister of Chas.' H. Whitner, cargoes of rails from the schooners' Rules governing contests for the Carnegie
and :Mrs..J. E. Wandell, is visiting in! the
Florence Leland and Florence Rogers
are now
Challenge Cup!. ; and also for the regatta July
city.Dr. being forwarded, to the. Southern and Western 5th, will be published in the Mirror next

Summers and wife, of Jacksonville, Divisions of the Florida Railway' & week. We have all the Seasonable Goods, both for the Household and for Picnics -

are sojourning another season at the Strath- Navigation, Co. .
Ocean Excursions ,etc. ;' '
J'V? more. Colonel W. S. Moore, of Hawthorne, wasa City. > -V
Mr. Hazleton, who resides at Amelia, reports guest of the Strathmore this week. He A LIVELY'TIME AT THE FIRST PUBLIC SALE OF BUTTER/LARD and CHEESE kept cool "and hard in our Mammoth

4 his crop of grapes and late peaches as bought four lots in Ocean City, and has LOTS.'

4 + unusually fine. closed a contract for erecting two cottages On Tuesday last the first auction sale was Refrigerator.

A. Q. Holladay, President State Agricultural within three weeks. held on Amelia beach of the lots of Ocean S-- Everything at bottom prices.

College, was a guest of the Mansion. this Large quantities of naval stores are being City, the new seaside resort ,Although the

week. shipped via Mallory steamers to New York. notice given of the sale was short and the

The Daisy Cutters (colored) Base Ball Most of them are manufactured on the weather very inclement, quite a lively con-

Club, of this place so far thisseason, has not Western'Division. of the Florida Railway & test ensued when the lots "were offered at 5

lost a game. .. Navigation Railroad. o'clock who acted by Mr.ds.R auctioneer: S. Schuyler; Thirty-eight the architect of, FRED W HOYT & CO.

The St. Nicholas is in
!{ Colonel W. T. Forbes, of Jacksonville, has steamer as popular
been enjoying himself at our beautiful beach Georgia waters;she is here. She is char- them were''sold" averaging in price, $100

.1n.in gl the' past week.. tered for a great many excursions in July per lot. 'Ve-are gratified to learn that the,

from Savannah to different points on the larger portion of the sale was made to per-
> Mrs. A. J. de Forest left for the North .
l Georgia and Carolina coast. sons living outside of. Fernandiim, many of
Thursday night by the steamship San An- ,
whom intend to build forthwith.To .
tonio of the Mallory line. Judge Tomkins and family leave us on'
Monday for the Sulphur Springs, in Florida. : the people of the interior of Florida, FRED W' HOYT & CO.
J. B. has returned to Boston.
cI Upham the
From thence they will go to the mountainsin I along line, pf Florida Railway &
He has great confidence in the future of .
Navigation in Southern'
Georgia,South ,Carolina or North Caro- Company, Georgiaand
Fernandina and the beach.
!' Eastern Alabama, no better opportu-
lina, and return in the fall.
Mr. Mann, Train Dispatcher of the Florida ',nity could be offered for making a sU'nmer
,In the Fayetteville,N.C.; ,Evening News we 'FFFFF U U RRRR NN' N II TTTTT U U RRRR
4- Railway &; Navigation Company was in resort not beyond the reach of all'except the EEEEE
see a notice of the marriage of Miss Delia F U UR RNN Nil T U U R RE
the city.on Wednesday last. wealthy. The superiority: of Amelia Beach
Woodward and Mr. George H. Hall. Miss F U UR RNN Nil T U UR RE
The fishing on the beach is better than it Woodward, the youngest sister of our overall others on the Atlantic coast needs F U UR RNN Nil T U UR'RE

f t I has been for several years. Bass of the. townsman, W. 'J. Woodward, Esq. hardly to oe commented upon. FFFF U U' RRRR N N N II T UTJ' U RRRR EEEE
largest size are caught daily Messrs. Samuel A. Swann and Chas. W. F U B R N N NII T U U R R E
Some of the finest and best strained rosinwe Lewis are now making arrangements to F U UR RN NNII T U UR RE

Messrs. ,Lewis, Hubby McGiffin and Wil- have seen for a long time was shipped by have another auction sale within two weeks F U'U'R, RN NNII T U UR RE
liams, of the bicycle club, were on'the beach F UUU R RN NN II T UUU
I' afternoon our old friend, John N. Moore, of Green when a large number of people from the interior R R EEEEE
Tuesday exercising.
Cove Springs, formerly of Callahan. It may be expected.
j Thirty-eight lots were sold at the public will wo doubt class in New York water

auction at Ocean City, on Amelia Beach. white. = MARINE.

The average price realized was $100. Ware-Room Centre Second.
The steam-yacht 3/tsoeis now undergoing Port Fernandina. on Street West of
of ,
Wilson,the cook at the Atlantic Pavilion, extensive 'repairs at Jacksonville. Captain

it an artist in fixing up clams. The frittershe Thompson was in the city on Tuesday, and Saturday, June 26 HIGH.....-..WATER..... 2:51 A.X. 355P.M.
serves are fit for the most fastidious. expressed the opinion it would require one Sunday, 27..........: 3:48 4:21 "
Monday, V 28 .......... 4:47" 5:19 "
Deputy Collector T. L. Stewart, with his month to do 'the work as ordered by Mr. Tuesday ," 29........... 5:44 6:13 -

wife and infant boy, returned on the steam- Carnegie. Wednesday," 30............ 6:37" 7.O6 ..
Thursday, July 1......._... 729 7:59 "
ship San Antonio, from New York,this week. Captain L. I. Randolph, Master of Ma- i Friday, '" 2............ 8:19 8:51 "

Captain W. H. King, the. quarantine chinery of the Florida Railway & Naviga- % ENTERED.

,4 officer at the station on Tiger Island, is said tion Company, who is moving all the time Steam-packet wick, Georgia Thos.Collyer, daily.,Dilwood.from Bruns- THE ATTENTIONOF

to be one of the best on the Atlantic coast. and keeps things going left on Thursdayfor June Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from
,New York; freight and passengers to
Mr. Snelzer, who has for several months Pensacola. He expects to return on R. W. Southwick, agent. .
41 24-Bark Nicola, Brown, New York. .
next Monday.
held the position of yardmaster and
21-Brig J. Ortis, Llorca. Porto Rico; ballast.
I ; conductor on the beach railroad, has re- About fifty excursionists arrived here on Schooner Marion Hill, Armstrong, from

signed. Sunday morning from Brunswick by the 21-Schooner Charleston.Thomas Clyde, .Burton, New

Miss Aurilla Scott daughter of Warren F. steamer Thos. Coyer, bound for St. Augus- York. .
#i 41 Schooner Wm. E. Clawes, Penny, New HOUSEKEEPERS{(II! \II\\ 1I
Scott, returned from the LaGrange (Ga.) Fe- tine. After breakfasting at the hotels they York. I II '
departed at 7 a. m. and returned at 8 CLEARED.
male College yesterday for her summer va- p. m., I
homeward bound. Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Brunswick I I
( cation. Georgia, daily. .
I The yard shifting Engine, No. 42 while June 24-Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder,
Lieutenant O. M. Carter, of the United for New York; freight and passengers,
States Engineering Corps, of Savannah, has shifting cars on Tuesday afternoon, near the by R. W. Southwick, agent. -IS CALLED .TO THE-
44 19 Schooner'Annie J. Trainer Derrickson,
been ordered to Fort Clinch Fernandina, on cotton-seed factory, was run into by EngineNo. Philadelphia: lumber, by J. C.Read. ; "' :{ w*-.r ,. : ;' : ;
% public business. 45, coming from the shops with empty 44 Schooner B. R. Woodside, Reed, for New :. ,
York; lumber, by Payne, Cook&Co. :
p Captain Thayer, of Ocala formerly propri- cars. Some damage was'done to cars and 44 23-Schooner B. C. Terry; Moore, New York.; COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
engines, but no one hurt. lumber.
etor of the Strathmore, has been spending u.,. Schooner Florence',Rogers, McLeod for ,
several days at this well-known house. He The many friends of the Rev. H.,S. Yer- Santiago, Cuba; D.Wheelwright &Co.

,t i likes Amelia Beach. ger of Pensacola, were pleased to welcome VESSELS IN PORT. OF

him in our midst. Mr. Yerger has a warm Bark Nicola, Brown.
,, The Chester mill, on Bell's river, is now Brig Ortis. Llorca.
place in the hearts of the people of our city. Schooner Marion Hill, Armstrong.
,being thoroughly overhauled by Messrs. Cole Burton.
Schooner Thomas Clyde,
He will in the
& Baker, and will start up as soon as the Schooner Wm. F. Clawes, Penn,
to-morr w. See notice elsewhere.Mr. Schooner H. J. Cottrell,
l repairs are completed. Schooner Alice Hearn, Penniwell.
: W. J. Wells has been appointed yard- Schooner Annie B. Hoffses, Hoffses. ,
of shovels barrows ,
$ Large quantities and ': :
master of the Florida Railway & Navigation: FAMILY.CROCERIESJBOTH
; ; .other tools for the construction of the new
Railway in this Finest Tallahassee Butter,
Millen road, were received this week by city.Ir. Wells is a cour-
"t steamer San Antonio. teous and obliging gentleman and,judging On ice, at WHITNER & SCHUYL R'8. ,

from the energetic manner in which he has .
Our old friend, W. P. Gifford, was at theta Fresh Florida ButterAt
taken hold, evidently a thorough railroadman.
.Strathmore on Tuesday. He thinks Amelia WHITNER & SCHUYLEB'S.Clothing. ,
;' .Beach splendid ,and cannot renounce his .
.first love in Florida. The steamship San Antonio arrived at 2:30p. ,

Wednesday: with thirty-five passengers Just received, a fine line of Youths' and j
All the members of the Board of Tradeare
i ana a very good freight., Most of her Boys'. Spring Clothing, fine goods.: Prices
r requested to attendthe regular meeting, passengers left by the 2:45 p. m. train for' very low. J. &.T. KYDD. D FOREIGN AND DOMESTICWHICH >> '
at the Mr. Dotterer's
rooms over store, on
Jacksonville. Captain Wilder is much grat-
Monday afternoon at 4,o'clock. "
ified with the expressions of the passengers, Atlantic Pavilion.
The large pavilion at'the beach has been as to his vessel and the service. '-

enlarged fifty feet in length, and can now ,
John F. Dunn, of Ocala, has been epend- ON: AMELIA-- BEACH. WE ARE OFFERING-
accommodate trains of excursionists if they
ing several days at the Strathmore. He
wish to indulge in the fantastic step.
,must be well pleased, as he purchased six or
Captain John A. Richardson of St. This favorite Restaurant and Refreshmen '
seven lots in Ocean City, and purposes improving "
Mary's believes in being comfortable hence AT VERY LOW PRICES.
the same., There are yet unsold Saloon, on,Amelia's famous beach, is now
seeks the cool places in weather. He .
warm ; available
'and desirable lots, which can be .
was at the Strathmore the past week. open for the season, after having undergone -
secured by our friends in Ocala, Leesburg, ..
Dr. E.. G., Hill, of Lawtey with,,his two Gainesville, and all points on the line of the a thorough renovation. The best, of

sons, spent' several days last week at the Florida Railway & Navigation Co. service. at'all, times at reasonable rates.
Strathmore. He was delighted with the y-
Masters Charlie, Marion and .Eugene!
place, and will see what,can be done in or- Woodward ALBERT GLAIBEB.Fernndina .
are gaining reputation as being
ganizing a club in his town to buy a lot and the best amateur gardners in this section.In ,,Fla., May-lst, 1886. WHITNER & SCHUYLER,

start a club house for the benefit of the peo- their little
garden they have 'raised the

ple of Lawtey. finest lettuce, beans and peas of-the season, -
\ For Rent.
I If you want a good melon get one, of and now they can claim the prize on.toma .
The store recently occupied by' Funke'sDry
Scott's Pride of Georgia." Drop a card in toes. The vines are five to six feet high and Goods Emporium, on Centre street. ; < NO. 47, CENTRE STREET.. _

the postoffice and he will deliver them at full of tomatoes. The boys deserve great G. STABK. .. .
.your house. 3t credit for their energy and perseverance. Fernandina, Fla., May 14th, 1886. _; __. .. ., t "'.;.,_' .

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