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: February 26, 1885
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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lUG RAILROAD, NEWS. via the Florida Central & Western the future must see this, and they I. PACKING ORANGES.. 'The Season at the Popular Egmont

-- Railroad in the evening instead of in will endeavor to restraint, but their Of the various resorts which are now--

LAST-THE NEW ROAD A CERTAINTY the morning.; The Times-Union calls location against! them?'A'.year anda I On Saturday ,last we ,visited :the being filled with visitors enjoying thesn--
perb Florida
weather and
-THE F. R. & N. FRONTING "throttling Jacksonville" and a half ago, in 'conversation, with Mr. establishment of Griffin & Skelley, spring time when awaiting- *-
they can return
to their
NEW AND PROSPEROUS FUTURE- surrender of Middle Florida to Sa Jones, we ,stated this Ji ct. He, of wholesale shippers of California green Northern clime none are.more ,noteworthy

FACTS IN REGARD TO'THE NEW AR- vannah." Now, the Times-Union is course, would not acknowledge, and handsome dried fruits. The building brick, whichis situated than the Egmont Hotel, of Fernandi, .

RANGEMENT. wide-awake We admire but claim and : two-story' Fla. The excitement of Mardi Gras, which *
a paper. we. merely from a Main street built this
on was by
The Herald is pleased this evenins had invaded even ,the realm of
the enterprise and vim of, its 'man keen look.into the future that,Jacksonville firm especially''for the fruit business. ,society I
make. the first announcement of ) its feminine members, .has.. subsided, and -i t
to .
but have of has her, best The upper story is devoted entirely
of definite agers, we seen enough seen daysnotthat now vigorous measures are being tak i>',by ;
the completion arrangements this great big world to know that cir- she' will not continue to grow to box-making, and several men are rival localities in securing the Florida
for the, building of a branch 'constantly employed at this work.
cumstances quite often make the for a time and become larger than elixir.' Many points have yielded grace-
road from Jesup to Hart's Road, con- The lumber, cut in proper sizes for fully to'Fernandina and recognize this fact:
men and the papers that are in it. now, but that her growth will ,be the boxes is brought rail from
necting the Florida( Railway& Navi- that for the next three months to come the
The Times-Union has all the advan- slow and more difficult She is now the Truckee mills in the, northern indispensable adjunct to happiness will be .
of roads with the East
gation system tages in the world by which it can like an over-grown boyt and feels too part of the State. The cost of an found on "the sea shore.:' The glare ot

Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia, and orange box made up is about nineteen calcium'lights has ,been superseded by the-
be wide-awake and enterprising big for her breeches;; we say \
and the Brunswick and Western, cents. glow of mellow, beam and the sonorous it
without worrying itself to death, by this with no disrespect: but merely
and with a through: line of connecting The cellar is used for storing lem- sounds. are supplanted by dulcet whisperings t
reason of great obstacles and barriersin as an illustration of the natural con- ons until they are properly sweated and the season of the Egmont has 1
allies to the North and West
its path, such as others have to dition of things. The great tide of and cured for packing and shipping.It now commenced. The event of the week. i

This is no : longer a matter of contend against. Now, Gainesvillefor future travel will gradually, pass her is now filled to the ceiling. Griffin at the Egmont has been the discussion as'to, f

doubt or probability. It is a fixed & Skelley say they can preserve lem- where Weeapopka"by the sea-shore--- 5
has been throttled Savannah must continue to be
by just by.
years ons longer in a dry, cool cellar; than was born. A large number of persons, especially t -

fact.On last Thursday articles were such circumstances as the Times- the great port of, the South ; Fernan- in any other ,way; they are put in the ladies, are daily in consultationas --* t

Union now cries out against. If any dina will be the great eastern port of shallow boxes and inspected every to this query, and many have decided i it; I

signed between President ,Henningand two weeks. would be best to remain for a time _' .
one in New York wished to come to Florida, and, the large part of the on ,
others of the Florida Railway Amelia Island and solve the
At the them-
street entrance were a num- mystery
Gainesville' they have been obligedto shipping which enters the St. Johns I
selves. For
& Navigation Company and a duly ber of orange growers'wagons loaded days large parties from t

accredited agent of a powerful buy tickets first to Jacksonville, river will make its way up to Pa- with :fruit just from the orchards, the Egmont have visited the Indian'mound !

syn- and why? ,Because the railroad men, latka and other similar',ports, which together with four four-horse 'and 'Old Town and other points, and have been t

dicate of well :known railroad men, in the'North seemed" ,to know of but will spring up as the ,demands for three two-horse freighting wagons' indefatigable in their endeavorsbut: they, i }

which the Florida Railway & linger and will still remain so long as f
by they
loaded with boxes of i
one place in Florida' and that placewas them are, made. Palatka. will even-. oranges, .
Navigation Company to,allow taking this alone are comfortably domiciled at the ,Egmont i
;away on morning
Jacksonville. Until, within a tually grow,to wholesale businessof Hotel, where mellnns are served daily at I'
the new road the use of its rails and 600 boxes-two car-loads. These I
terminal facilities. With this last very short time if a man in Chicago the St. Johns river ; and)the,pack wagons convey the fruit to the Colton dinner and they can be'corivi:1ced-as':, to the -

or New Orleans or Texas wished togo ing point for that section. Tampa station of the Southern Pacific;Railway accuracy of the assertion that Weeapopka :i
essential arrangement the new com- was born "by 'the sea-shore," on Amelia ,;
i to Tallahassee,. about 250 miles will become the commercial point seven ,miles distant,which, of I
Island, near Fernandina, one and one-half :
is und 'r'contr ct to begin ,
pany west of the Atlantic coast, he was for the Gulf of Mexico 'trade; with course, adds largely to the. expense miles from the Atlantic' Ocean.' 'IfWeea> -.* I' "
work ,by the 26th of July and to and trouble marketing the
obliged first to go to Jacksonville to through cars thence to, the North crops. popka does not mean by:'the"seashore, aiulx ;
complete the road if possible for : The railway company which first
Fernandina hearer
is not the' sea-shorc'- i'11'
get there. The legislators from Key over: ,the Plant .system of ,railroads, extends 'a branch track to Riversidewill
than {
business. South '
next season's any Atlantic resort,then l erc---
West'and from Pensacola the southern the river and, Middle ,both business'and -
along through secare a large; be bn.so i :
to solve
a question
This inaugurates a new and prosperous may long mT.- ,ii
I. and western extremities, found it Florida. "Our own section, Gaines- the blessings, of the 'orange growers. these points are uncontrovertable, ,:-onerea-k
old and much
for the ,
era Last the
of River
more comfortable go to Jackson- ville, will be one of the, points most year orange crop Boning unquestionable' Weeapopka iil
Florida Central and the side car-loads. This '
abused was forty'
'yearit was born by the sea-shore 'Amelia
ville in order to reach the favored. Instead of on 4 1
capital, highly being one ;
whole system of the Florida Railway may reach;ten times that'amount.. Island, not two miles from the Egmont.. If
this which lies midway between the east- day behind the rest': of! the world in In, five years several thousand car Hotel. '
& From
Navigation Company. l
ern and western extremities. Under mail and railroad facilities as, at loads of oranges and lemons will be : (
point the road 'which has been maliciously ,Egmont Arrivals.
such favorable circumstances howcould' least she has ,been'for shewill: grown and ;:shipped from Riverside Hotel Iii'
: : years, "',.
Mrs A Cox, Washington, D C Miss AS"
.styled the,,"Rotten Road, alone to ,nothing of the 'raisin ;
; say
Jacksonville help thriving become:the wholesale/centre; : !of Middle Mallette,' Bridgeport. Ct ; Mrs Barney Mr- l
will efOI"w be the"Growing Road,. -'-- '; ,crops andcannedryand: dried iruits. :Raymond/New York City ;Mrs AM Springs ,
-' ant* t the public will"* "*! markthe'servile' ti.- I *v: Uints hOtiYlliiunged, not by-: : Florid 'as she/is lOW the,railroad In,the packing ;:room'whICh, com- Pittsburgh, Pa ; Wm"'Hall, Louisville; Ky ;-

great efforts on the part of other localities and vegetable centre of the prises the whole of the ground,floor, Andrew Peebels,Pittsburg; W S Patterson... :
facility with which its piqued and Boston, Mass ; D Rousseau New' York;Jas !
critics will to sound its but by natural demands,and State. Her elevation and the dry- busy scene presents itself. A number ; Smith, G Godfrey, Philadelphia; P E Mo- hf

angry begin against the opposition of those who and of her climate of'men were carrying in from the Murray, Jacksonville ; A Pitcairn and wife_
praises in unending strains. ness salubrity growers' boxes of Pittsburg, Pa; E E Moore, New. York; J WT Ill
hold interests in Jacksonville who will make her the safest point for wagons oranges Norfolk, Columbus, Ga; F L Forrest J 1C d s
This new connection. will give the just as they had been that morning Haxter, C H Anderson and wife,New York j i

Florida Railway & Navigation Co. a could see into the future. People orange packing, and her locality the picked from the trees. There was to W B Jones, Philadelphia, Pa ; L Brodue. t

from New York, Chicago, California, most convenient point for reachingall be seen every variety of orange, and Quebec; Newman Merry, Dr Butler and i
wide open outlet toward the North wife, Mrs King, Gen Smith and lady Mrs I
and West of the Brunswick New Orleans and Texas can now en- other parts of the State. From in a state of perfection to be found Turner, Miss Turner New York ; G A. +

by way ter Florida via Gainesville and at Gainesville have nowhere outside of the modern gar- Camp, Wm Rand, M Brown, G W Donald- h
& Western and East Tennessee, we already the den of Eden. First on the list is the son, F J Donaldson, Minneapolis ; F W 9
Palatka strike the and most Richmond, North Adams,Mass C H Woodruff
upper shortest and most direct routes to ;
Virginia & Geprgia. It will give a Washington Navel, superior to any Elgin, Ill; J C Bulchmellerand daugh t

powerful connection at this terminal enchanting partion of the St. Johns Tallahassee, Cedar Key, Palatka, other orange grown; then the deli- ter. St Augustine, FlaIr Geo 0 Laytont, 1i!

river without coining within seven- Ocala, Sanford, and all points on the cious St. :Michael, the Malta Blood, and daughter, St Augustine; W J Morgans
with lines of
point great through and wife, Cleveland ; J T Kniff and wife .
travel. still it to Jack- ty-five miles of Jacksonville, and upper St. Johns river, and will soon the Konah,Mediterranean Sweet,and Iowa; Joe Cox, Potsdam, N Y; Clarence i
Betters dozen other budded varieties and M Roff Chas S New t
make the and a Schriner. Muttenbig: i
trip cheaper quicker be in the line of
sonville two great competing lines of most direct routes seedlings of every size and degree of York; W M F Hair, San Francisco; Sir t
while the legislators from Key West, from the North to Tampa Key Alex Gait. J Vaneck, Walter Rapaler, England
freight and travel, robs us of the apprehension excellence. Every man's load was ; E C A Winsor, Philadelphia: J F'

of a vast railroad monop- via Gainesville, and the' legislatorsfrom West, or any of the growing pointsin deposited separately on the floor and Mowery, J H T E Burr and wife Miss Clar-i

Pensacola can reach the capital South Florida. Being the natural labeled with his name. The oranges endon New York; Miss Brellan.Ohio ; Miss t
oly circling the'State'! and establishesthe Costello, Miss Mix, New York ; W F Fisher.Tennessee ; I
'future of the without knowing whether such a hub of the State, and with our pres- were then taken to the grader, an in- ; G L Morris, Alabama; Mr and:
prosperous Metropolis Jacksonville inclined table covered with bars, Mrs Geo Archer, Ohio; Geo E Rist, G;
beyond doubt or question.Our place as exists. And ent system of roads and others'soon through which the oranges,dropped White, St Augustine, Fla; Chas E Smitb .

this is not by any discrimination to come tickets from the North will Jacksonville. :Miss C Anderson.New York'.
to floor and from thence to
people cannot afford to with- I a canvas '
I S M Goodman, Chas S Porter, Savannah ; E-
hold expressions of substantial appreciation against the heretofore highly favored be sold to Gainesville, from which the boxes in which they are con- D Herbert, New York City; E A Brown and*

Jacksonville; it is by the well known point visitors can ramify into veyed to the packers. The grading wife, New York ; R J Adamson and wife.
to the Elorida & anyor
Railway Chicago, 111 : Thos E Tipier. New York
table is divided into three sizes be-
Navigation Co. for these natural laws, such as forces water to all other parts of the State, most John F Goodwin, Baltimore, :Md ; C C Hud-
great commercial with the smallest. The different
seek its level. We do not blame the ginning son, New York; A Hildreth and wife, J F"
,blessings which come to us readily, quickly and cheaply, and sizes are packed,separately. Martin and wife, Columbus;S Avery and-

through its instrumentality.And Times-Union for struggling against our people, with the new blood fast The men engaged in packing standat wife. East Saginaw, Mich ; R J Kitterraan .
New York ; Charles Kreuse and wife, Cincinnati
just here we are enabled to every new turn that tends towardsthe joining them, will soon wake up this a table extending the whole lengthof 0; FSchmalka.Dakota;Jos Laugh.-: I,

inevitable, but- section from its Rip Van Winkle the building. Each man is num- lin, Jr., M Caldwell, Pittsburg, Pa.
from the best whichcan
say, authority bered and his checks bear a numberto t
"Strive against it as they may, slumbers' and more quickly force Notice. J
be quoted, that the Florida Rail- Nature will asserts its sway." correspond. ;He places a checkon PostOffice

way & Navigation .Company is go- those claims which nature .is assert- each box 'as he finishes packing Office Hours From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 iv JC i
There are various other points in '! Sunday hcurs, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. '
ing in spite of the lethargy that has lit: Each is wrapped
ing to be road and orange paper
a new
a growingroad the State that Money Orders and Registered Letters from .
it has been Flor- are now knocking long hung over it., 'We do' not be- and placed tightly in,rows in the 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. K:.. I
as always a loudly at the door of public favor box, counted, and the ;number in to 3:30 p. m.ARRIVAL i
lieve that '
ida road. We are assured from the any corporation or influ-
for recognition and attention and each box numbered on the end. The AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE MAILS. ;
books that before another winter it ences are wilfully striving to throttle, also marks the the Transit & Peninsular Railroad j I
very few of them, by reason of her packer name ol Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45 P.JC ...
will be and Jacksonville. Natural circumstances on each box also, the varietyof
thoroughly satisfactorily location be grower Brings mails from the North,the
equipped in its road bed and rolling can properly catered to and the natural demands, which are the orange, as it is packed. The Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -

without treading somewhat on Jacksonville's box is then taken to the the railroads.
ftock, nqt only:between Jacksonvilleand the rights of other places"are assist- press, Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 A.K..L
toes. These other places ticket removed and at night placed Takes mails for 'the North, the
ing themselves and if these
Tallahassee, but between Jacksonville are'not to blame for this ; the fault things to the crodit ,of the ,packer whose- Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular -

and Chattahoochee. A large operate against Jacksonville, there,is number it bears. The box is placed roads.Leesburg .
lies in Jacksonville's location. She train arrives daily.......... 8:40 ,. H.._ .
portion of this material is already on the but one thing they can do, and thatis under the'press and the cover nailed ,Brings Western mail only .

its was pioneer's foothold, the to pack up their trunks and migrate 'on. It is then taken by the stenciler, ,Femanama &Jacksonville Railroad-

way to Florida. By the next State, and like Plymouth, Mass., who puts on it_the different brands, Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A.u.. ..
to those
winter indications other places which nature Jacksonville and St.
from the
present we where'the Pilgrims landed, and.Port credits .it on his tally board to the John's Brings river mails. '

think that no Floridian will have Royal, S. C., for a long while the has more highly favored in the grower to whom it belongs, and stacks Closes daily except Sunday..........10:30 A.at. .-

cause to complain or' feel ashamedof requirements which advancements. it:up ready for shipment.-Exchange. Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's
commercial point in that State, and ,River and Northern mails.
this road which is demand.-Gainesville News.; .
so thoroughly other Sunday Mail
pioneer places'mention ble in
Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
and Jacksonville and St.John's River,
essentially identified with the other States and countries, she must Gents Furnishing GoodsIn Tracts containing twenty acres each of .arrives.................'..................10:25 A. X: -
interests of the State.-Florida, 'Her, all styles AT ,PAUL FUHKE'S.' Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. M..-
ald."TUROTTLISG. finally succumb to the inevitable on- choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake Jacksonville, St.Jobn's River and .

ward march of, enterprise and im-;; A Large Line of-New White Goods suitable for orange growing-and truck farm the North, closes...:................... GOO A.u:"- -
offered for sale. These landsare
ing, are now Jacksonville and St.John's River

JACKSONVILLE. provement.. The changing of the, Just received by J. & T."KYDD, consistingof very conveniently situated for transportation only., closes., ............................. 4:00 r.f.

The 77meg-l7m'on' : cries out againsta mail service is but one of the slightest plain and plaid Nainsooks.Victoria Lawn, terms/to.by purchasers.water orrail, and, Titles will are be sold on- SAML. T. RIDDELL. P..1. -

change of the mail service which indications of future ,demands.The Linon de Dacca, India and Persian,Lawns, tionable. Also valuable, timber lams in
and Misses ,
hose ,
Ladles .
and'French Organdies etc., which bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS. '
the mail 1 out' of Jacksonville Jacksonville people who look,to marked at very low figures. February 16,'1882, Fernandina, ,Fla. In great'variety: AT PAUL FUSEE'SI' -g:


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iit 1WNE WITH CONSCIENCE. I6at I- got yourlawyeVs: telegramliow;.when I did the'y mschlk,'with our help, extri- which. perhaps'. ,' spite of all my efforts, standing figure's. faceand --
1 alone with conscience : the first burst'pf excitement had sub- cate his half-buried team, and at last, I could never save, and which ,mightcost back for one moment I as it blew
Inn: place where time.had ceased. sided, the dullness: the now-buried through a rift in the whirling-flakes, me my own. ._ own father. Not the recognized fa"e my
-Andwe In;,the talked land of-my former living town palled upon us, and to think of we saw the gaunt black and white At last,*when I was well nigh known as a child, bright and I had
-And; felt that where I should years have increased to answer; passing our time in the ordinary way, post that marked the station at which spent, you slid from my grasp, and but terribly wan and sad. brave,
in.the billiard-room of the for the ended. If I afraid to.look at I let the
The questions it put to me loafing Eng- our journey night you again, Do we indeed desire the
JU J.to face the answer and question, lish Club, or hanging on behind sledges anything could have astonished stolid devil have_ his way, and left you. Should still be near us at our dead side-
'IThroughout an eternity.- in.the' Rue Woronzoff;' of whose fair Pavel, the German Jew who managedthe The tempter had succeeded, and I, Is there no baseness we would hide-
The ghosts of forgotten actions occupants we were' heartily sick long station, the.arrival of travelers on the heir-I'your more than hrother- No inner vileness that we dread? '
.JTAnd:: Came things floating that I before thought my were sight dead, things since, seemed out of the question ? It such a night would have done.it. As left you to the sleep of? death, went "Alas the sorrow in those awful 1
Were alive with a terrible might; was 4 o'clock already, and the evening it was, instead of that best welcome onward alone to safety, wealth, and eyes answered the question for me
,....Anel the vision of all my past lifeWas was fast closing in. Our thoughtshad which one hopes for at an inn, we were (fool that I was) I thought to happiness. My cup of bitterness was full indeed
,_Alone with an awful my conscience thing to face sitting, gone back to the'f firelit homes of 'near being: turned away. Had he Given over to death, traitor to mv
old in the hour and for ? Nitch- '. On the I brother, without hope either
In: that solemn silent place. .England twilight something.good supper on through storm strug- here or
,/And I thought of a far-away warning, even the absence of .an open grate and evo'-nothing.. Something ,warm to gled. 'The white curtain had closed hereafter, stood a'yet-warm corpse'
Of sorrow that was to be mine; its flickering flames had become a drink? ','Nitchevo..' Was there forever over yon, and I dared not look before my judge, and that jude
'i.In the land that then was the future grievance to us. There was nothingto plenty of 'game'? Still Nitchevo,' behind. On and on, but still no' signof one who in this life I had loved W"th
And And I thought now is the of my present former time thinking: do out of doors, nothing to do and I so:! on to.every question, until you the,station, and,at last the moan of all a child's heart, with all a boys
Of the judgment day to be; within, but pine for the time when we might fancy'Nitchevo'was: the only waves told me the awful truth. I had hero worship. In mercy the cold wind
But sitting alone with my conscience might escape from Kertch and its word in' the Russian language, as, wandered far from'my course, and crept into my heart and stilled its
Seemed judgment enough forme. ennui; Every book had been read thanks to its many various meanings, now nothing,remained but to lie down beating. The figures wavered in the
And wondered if there was a future and reread, and,even the poor pleasure it almost might.be.- That was a dreary and die, not side by side with you as I storm, grew dim, and then were blottedout.
'1flut To:no this one land beyond me an the answer'grave, of constructing fancy landscapesfrom night we passed at Sultanovka. The should have done, not atTest in inno- I thought I heard the death-
And no one gave can come to save; the frost work on the window bitter cold seemed to take shape and cence as you had done, but haunted rattle in my,own throat, saw my own
Then. I felt that the future was present panes had been tried and found a fail- size, and torture andgrip us with the and tortured even to'' my last death- dead face looking up at me from the
JLFor Aad the present would never go by, ure, for the bitter i intensity of the cold personal malip 'of a living foe. The throb by the devil to whom I had snow, still with an awful stillness;but
was the thought of life
jJrown into eternity. my had swallowed up all the delicate wooden bedsteads groaned and,thawed, yielded. For a time I lay down and not of peace, set rather in the frozen
tracery of the earlier frosts in one solid slowly as we *lay upon them, until listened to the voices of the waves, agony of eternal despair. I staggered
-'Then I woke
,, And the vision from'my passed timely away,dreaming. sheet of ice. It was then that you great beads of moisJur .stood 'at 'every mingled with the cries of some sea forward and fell.
.And I knew that the far-away warning proposed that mad shooting party crevice in the woodwork. Outside, gulls, those mariners'mourners whose It seems to me that in those min-
Was a warning of yesterday; ,which so nearly cost you your life- the spirits of wind and storm were even. undulating fight no storm seems utes I really passed through the valleyof
-2Lnd I that I not it
In this pray land before may the grave.forget how nearly I ,think you have neveryet abroad to meet old Christmas on his ever to disturb. Then I rose and death, really suffered the whole
fi;M """:That I may not cry out in the future guessed. way from the frozen North 'with staggered on again. To me no dreamy punishment for my sin. I pray it may
, .And no one come to save. "No one but brace of mad .Englishmen nothing more than the one dim lightof death drew near. be so. At least the worst seemed past,
h ::.n.nrl so I have learnt a.lesson would have dreamed of sucha the'station gleaming out over the "I no longer sought to save my for even as I fell, my head in falling
y Which I ought to have known before, thing, but we reveled in that epithetin wasta; like the Cyclops'eye, to watch life, nay, could I have chosen I shouldnow rested not on the snow, which should
...And I hope which to,forget though no I more.learnt it dreaming, those days, loved hardships for,their them. have preferred death by your side have been my sepulchre, but on your
"' i So I sit alone with my conscience own sake, and ,were too young and It was early dawn when, with to escape without you. But it was too icy cheek.
v; In the place where the years increase, tough to come to much grief. heads racked by the pain caused by late. To look for you now would Oh, of course I know how men of
tL ; -And I try to think of the future So Paramon, our henchman, was the stifling fumes of the charcoal stove have been vain. I neither knew science would explain it all. The left
In the land
where time shall
And I know of the future judgment cease; called from his slumbers in a sheep- and by want of rest, we sallied,out where I had left you nor where the inn leg takes a shorter stride than the
i. How dreadful soe'r it be; skin on top of the kitchen petchka and with bur guns into the icy freshness of lay. As I plodded mechanically for- right, or some such theory, and so, as
.* ZThat.Will to be sit alone with my conscience for sent'grumbling out into the, night to the new,day. ward, staggering heavily at, every was inevitable, I had wandered roundin
N y ;:! judgment enough me. order our troika, and though the ther- ,As the morning broke the wind step, ,'I caught a glimpse of what 'circle until I returned to my
4 ..'l. CRIMEAN SNOW-STORM. mometer.stood at 8 Fahrenheit, and went down! and the drift resettling on seemed to.be a distant figure in.the starting point.
:Michael.Maximovitch, the postmaster, the steppe, gave us a clear view all snow. Huge and indistinct, at first I Possibly they are right. I disagree
: .:&C Good night, Hal; don't keep Will did all he dared to thwart our pur- round. From time to time as we came could not make out'its outline, until a with'them.. To me it seems that
!4 ;-ap too 'long, or he won't be able to hit pose, yet in a little over an hour the with noiseless tread into some shel- sudden rift in the storm revealed to other aid than man's had.led my erring
:.2. haystack to-morrow." lumbering open cart was at the door, tered 'balkan, a puff of snow would me two other wayfarers battling like steps back to the path of duty-
It was my wife, who spoke., -.Myoausin with its shaggy ponies and Tartar fly up into, the air, and a form scarcelyless myself. with the elements. :Madly aye, and was with me still as lifted
Hal and.I were sitting dowij to yern..chik. The broad, silent streets, 'white than its surroundings would plunging forward, I tried to overtake your body in my arms.
comfortable smoke in my den, and ill-paved, half-lighted, ,were buried in hurry away across the waste or dye it them, but the more I struggled the Almost as if her dear voice was
?t Sacr warning voice fell on unheeding snow and sparkling with frost; the sky with its crimson life-blood. deeper sank in the drifts which now speaking in the wild night, I seemedto
, *s T5. Hal, a big bronzed athlete, with above was deep, strong violet color, Here and there we came to tiny engulfed me, sometimes almost to the hear again the old, old story your
.; [dray hair round a youngish face, was looking bright as fire and keen as ice,' pools where, on the frozen surface, waist. Before I could reach them the mother used to tell to us children-
< spending a short holiday at my place and the stars so near that you could groups of teal or duck were sitting white curtain of ,the storm swept be- how in that night after Inkerman, the
:' :3m ,.the country, and this night was almost see the red flames leaping in with ruffled plumes, longing for the tween us, and I was again alone. brothers-one sorely wounded,and the
': ISkely to be the last he and I would them. Here and there under the liquid element, which seemed 'for the From time to time it seemed to me other sorely spent-had held together
r eve to ourselves, for already the white-faced houses astoroz (watchman) nonce to have vanished from this that I caught sight 'of them always .manfully and through the darkness of
; jr-gplden leaves had fluttered,down from cowered in a doorway, so muffled up in earth altogether. just beyond my reach. Despair took night had struggled back to their
' use trees, and on' the morrow guests his sheepskins as hardly to retain a By noonour_ game sacks had grown hold of me.. I felt I ,was going mad. lines, almost dead, but not divided.
ZL }mould fill the coverts with the rattle human outline. Except for his voice heavy and .we 1 turned our heads, toward With,all my strength ,I tried to call Nothing seemed strange to me
.f): f| .smooth-bores and wake the echoes: and the hollow-sounding blows of, his home, satisfied that Christmas on aloud, but the wind drowned my then. I knew thafthose"brotbers l1a&:
- till the old house with their merriment. staff against the wall, signals to the the steppes was 'little less cheerless voice. I was like one trying to cry out come to me from that silent grave-
; Hal: had only just returned from world that some one was on guard'in than Christmas in'the town. in a dream, and then I think I prayed. yard at Sebastopol, where both now'
? Kimberly: free from the troubles of spite of the weather, not a sound was With our return our troubles Again the curtain parted for a lie forgotten with England's dead, to
c t :Xjzmpecuniosity for the rest of hist3aatural to be heard. Even the dogs of Kertch began. moment and I saw my fellowwanderers : save one son from death and the other
life, but not, I thought, soBright were silent for once. The traitor wind that for a while ; two weary figures in long gray from death and dishonor."I .
and cheery as he should have Outside the town we set our had sunk to rest now rose like a giant' cloaks like those the Russian ''soldierswear hardly felt your weight as I
:'&een. The smile I used to know so sledge-bells going, and their merry refreshed, whirling the fine snow in one of them almost carrying the lifted you to my shoulder, (did I lift
r areli in those, honest blue eyes was clatter and the keen air stirred the powder from its resting places and other in his arms. But slowly as they you, I often wonder, or were they still
; :sever in them now, save for courtesy's life within us, woke spirit of defianceto blinding the eyes that sought the seemed to toil along they were still too helping me?)-you seemed so light, so
'r'' ;f sake. So I prepared to elicit from the silence that brooded round us, homeward way. fast for my most 'frantic endeavors to light I Utterly ''careless now of self,
:1 him; if possible, the 'cause of the and for a while the chorus of The Hour after hour we plodded on in overtake them, nor did they ever turn and acting under an impulse alto-
r ;change. To my surprise he cut me Red, White and Blue' woke the witch the ever-increasingdarkness of drifted their faces toward me. Again and gether beyond my power to control, I
Z .-short at once : No, old fellow, you hare from,her nest in the snowdriftas snow, nothing visible above or aroundsave again I lost sight of them, and then bore you forward, not now with any
f! p aren't to ,do any of the talking toI I we sped past. the opaque veil that hid the my agony of mind bordered on insan uncertain step, not now seeking any
j aught; ; that's my part of the business ; But soon the frost laid its fingeron world from our eyes. ity. Once, as I followed close behind guide, but going direct to my point
't.1 '-Vu prepare to listen." And then, i our lips and glued them together "Wilder and*wilder grew the wind, them, they disappeared so entirelythat like one who knew his road and saw
!! iLssftera moment, he deliberately filled with icy bonds. Our mustaches catching?your light form in his rough fearing to lose them altogether, I his goal before him.
* i3as.! pipe, got up and turned the key in' whitened and stiffened, and our eye- embrace, and whirling you'in a stag- : bent over the spot to'find their tracks, The snow still whirled about us,
x .'..Ac door, and began again with : lashes froze to our lids, until we were gering dance over the snow. I see preferring to feel my way along their and covered us until we must haveseemed
-t\i T"4 Will 1, do I look like a chap to come glad to nestle into our wraps and be you now almost as plainly as I saw footsteps rather than be left utterly a part of the storm; the wind
;;sit; =a murder! No, you needn't silent. you then, in my mind's eye, at one, without guidance in that wilderness.In raved and mourned by fits, but I saw
r. aiBwer, I know what you would say; The lights of the town were soon moment rapped and buried in your vain. Behind me my own tracks nothing, heard nothing any longer.
' :nit: for all'that you are wrong-I didalmost out of sight; the stars too had disap- bourka, the next shot out from it, all were scored deep and plain upon the All seemed to be gradually merg
:-- commit one once, and I am' peared, and again the ceaseless, silent legs and arms, as if it would have snow,but they were the only ones, and ''ing into a dream.
!fti: :vgalng; to tell you all about it." snow fell around us. been torn from-your shoulders' by the before me lay smooth and unbroken. Pain and weariness, cold and des
t {Hal and I had been school compan- Away to the west over the low- wayward giant. Their footsteps left no track. pair,'the weight I carried and the
t( :-Jsons, and though,was his senior by a rolling steppeland lay Sebastopol and 'Go home, go home,' the wind tl Once again the figures reappeared, woe I suffered were gone. .
t T: ?ear or two, he had been the hero of our English dead, among ,them,your seemed ever whistling in our ears, but arid again I followed them, for how Home voices were whispering ia
'f ::smy,school days; and had retained his father and mine, buried as English the blinding snow mocked the good long we shall never know, but it my ears, and when a flood of light
Y"" : -Influence in our after life. officers are best' buried, deep with advice. seemed to me in my agony as if, like streamed out through the storm the
; Together we had grown up at.hisnother's their men.' 'The ruined ,city round ," For you rest seemed near, but such Wandering Jew, centuries rolled sobbing wind died away, and as I
knee, and when,our relations which they fought, standing in ruins rest as curdled the blood to.think of. by beneath my weary feet. At last stumbled across the threshold of the
'Y h)1d us that the little store our fathers still, its empty window frames and Weakened by want of sleep,.wearied the two, paused, one of them had wrctched'inn, and dropped with my
? t :ru.a left us would not allow any longer doorless passages gazing blankly over' by heavy ,toil, the grip of,the icy slipped.from theother's, grip, and that burden on the floor, loud and broke full
; ,=s4ay at' school, and, hinted that we'hadSetter frozen sea and low snow-clad hills, is wind had got hold upon your heart, other stood bending over his .compan from the wild waste without
be up and doing, Hal and I had the most desolate sight upon earth.. and that dread drowsiness-sure prelude ion. With one supreme effort I upon my ears, which now seemed
x c gether elected to try clerkships Could it be that the dead lying there if yielded to, to everlasting sleep. plunged forward until I was almost closing to all eartly sounds forever,
m the Indo-Turkish service. The pay to-night were at peace ? Had theyno ---:Deemed fast growing upon you, within arm's length of them, and then the.music of England's loyal soldier
}"" was not very great, but on the foreign longing, as I had, to hear the numbing your energies and making life -the snow,held me song, as they sing it, hands clasped
.stations it was enough to liveon; the happy Christmas bells of home ring appear a boon' not half so much to be Strive as I would to lift 'my feet, round the mess table :;
'! work (eight hours out of every twenty- out across the water? Full as the desired as the soft, cold couch in the they clung to the cruel snow ; snow "For auld lang syne, my lads,
:i Knir) was not repulsive in itself, and earth and water is of life, crowded drift at your feet. Twice your weak that instead of being light as feathersor For auld lang syne!'
i *5>e service gave us an opportunity of with myriad forms of sentient beings, knees failed, and you sank, how softly, sea foam, was now heavy as lead or "For days and. days the Russian
E visiting:: strange-lands. it seemed hard to believe that the into the snow. Twice I returned and the burden of an unrepented crime. peasants nursed us, as a mother might
,! 'JThose were pleasant days atKertch, broad expanse above and around us dragged you from your self-elected ",My'lips froze and my powers of nurse her only child.
:z ;i21;Spite of our poverty. I think one was peopled only by the feathery shroud, supporting ,and driving you speech. congealed. You recovered consciousness first,
i zarugnt do worse than live them over snowflakes. To me seemed that the forward in ,spite of your supplicationsand My heart stood still on the very and, save for those two fingers which
j gain. But at the end of two years graveyards of the Crimea had given' reproaches. brink of 'breaking. I.felt. one word you left as spoils to the frozen north,
i -we; had tired of them, and a telegram up their dead, their voices were on But my own strength was waning, would save me. I could not say it. were little the worse for that bitter
received one 24th of December, interming every wind that sighed, and before I my Courage failing, with the hard,and Coldas the Christmas wind on the night.
: me of the death of a relative, reached the post station I had almost bitter battle with the merciless cold. steppeland was, a colder breath sweptover ".After weeks of delirium, on thevery
I "which freed me forever from the ser- persuaded myself that I could distinguish '. There were devils abroad th rt; me as I stood before those silent threshold of the next world, I too
: -\rlee of dot and dash,"' was eagerly their forms in the' storm. day, Will,'in the darkness of the gray forms, which seemed to grow vast recovered. I
z -onelcomed. There was no such luck For.nearly three hours we toiled over suow-storm., and vague in the dancing snow '',Do you wonder now, Will, that
;, for: Hal, but for,all that when I left that fifteen versts of, steppeland.Twice ., Nothing less could have whisperedin wreaths. cannot look in the face of the man
I SEJextehthe determined to leave with ,with a sudden plunge that'tookour :my ear that your life was all that "In some other life; at some other who calls me his preserver with the It
..1r1e and seek employment elsewhere. breath away and, sent us rolling stood between me and wealth and time, I had known these two before. happy smile of a loyal, comrade? of
i, !. JHear the rest of the story from his from the frozen truss that formed our freedom from a life I''. loathed-your As I gazed the wind rose louder, took nothing less than the presence
*.j oxvn lips: seat, we' dived headlong into drifts life, which you yourself prayed me,to wilder than before, and as it tore furiously one risen from the dead to prevent my
J. _" You remember, Will, thatChrist-: above the horses" withers. With many let, you lay down, as a burden too across ,the dreary waste it dying as .your murderer, Through
-S3B&S Eve ten years ago, after,you. had 'a curse and many a caressing word heavy for you: to" bear ; your life, I. caught 'the cloak that shrouded the years of successful: toil I have tried to
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keep- my secret and forget-to keep I'will make. haste slowly,": observe -, Is-' TIlE ,CIRCUIT COURT. Application, for License.To I' :;' FINE .-' T'I,

you still in ignorance, so that might advise with older citizens-those of a FOURTH. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. NASSAU the Board- of' County. Commissioners. of _' I

always enjoy the love and trust you few'years' residence. By this, he COUNTY 'FLO IDA. Nassau County State of Florida: I!

will 'avoid natural mistakes in I respectfully ask'to be granted a license r
gave me. many DEXTER HCSTEB; for the sale of ales, wines and liquors in the'town MILLINEEY 1KING'S

It could not ,be. Those hauntingeyes choice of lands, location, style of residence vs. 11 '' of Callahan! and enclose'herewith the ..........................................-.-..-, .-.
have ,never left me; and now, ; cropsand: cultivation. While JOHN H. BOYNTOX, ATTACHMENT signatures: of a majority of the legally registered .
Doing business under $1U 3.00. voters of this precinct,as required by
after ten years, they compel me to the generous soil yields bountifully, name.and of 'John law. -AT-

give up my secret, as they compelledme vet :man here is not exempt from 'Boynton's SCnSAID style'. J [Signed.] I. D. HIGGl BOTHA)1.

then to retrace my steps and do labor; though it is less exacting than DEFENDANT, JOHN H.. BOYN- BAZAR

duty. in colder climates. If the immi- doing business as John Boynton'sSon We, the undersigned registered voters of .. .
my Election District No. 9 of Nassau
41 There, Will' you have my storynowwe'll grant comes to'stay, and does stay, ina will' hereby take notice''of the commencement Florida, respectfully request, that the county.Boardof
the above
of entitled suit
say goodby to-morrow: ; few short years his reward will Attachment in the Circuit ,Court, Fourth by County Commissioners of Nassau county; HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS

and, if you can, forgive me." come. Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of Florida, do grant' Isaiah D. 'Higginbothamthe '
right to sell distilled and malt
Nassau liquors at FEATEEBS LACS FLOWEBS".
COST OF GROVE. Florida'and: is notified to appear 1 ,.
Callahan, in the above named district.
y ; plead or demur to the declaration filedtherein
Five acres of good land, variously estimated TJ C Geer London Jones his
Need I say any more ; need I add depending on location 'on or before the first Monday in John Holland, his x'mark, Amos Denefield x mark, A Fall line of Elegant< Lace aid.Bull F5ai-- t

that Hal did not leave my house that cutting timber, clearing.:..........:.....$ 75.00 taken March herein next, or on,judgment behalf of by Dexter default Hunter will be Tony Conover, his x mark, Tobias Jones, 1 1j

Fencing (post and ,board fence) and; his x mark'Samuel Jones, his x mark, H CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS5, '

week; that Kimberly knows that successful breaking up.................................... 75.00 : the plaintiff above named.R.. W.. _DAVIS_ ,W Thompson, his x mark, Hamp Jones, hisx .. ..

engineer no more ; that my, Three hundred trees,and setting out 200.00 H. J. BAKER,, mark, J D Higginbotham, J W Sheffield! Linen f Collars' and ,Kid. Glare-. tAll
Manures, labor cultivating, taxes, Mack'' :
Rollins. Sberrard General
and dearest'nearest Horace
neighbor t my ; etc., for five years.............' ... ......_' 500.00 Attorneys for Plaintiff. H Braddock, Jacob his mark '.
friend is still cousin Hal, and that in --- Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 281884. l-3m Allan Ogilvie, W J Thompson Pendaryis,,' J H x Sauls,, of the Latest' Stgle&:.

my heart of hearts I look upon his Total, less cost of land..................$850.00 In the Circuit Court Owen Jones; 'Burney' B Bryant, Moses

as the unfortunate remains of Chapman, Win Crain, his x C Mark,- 'E' G FANS, PARASOLS, CORSEYSUHoop
story HO.JVTo. GET TO FLORIDA. FOURTH, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU Stewart James. A ,Braddock, his x mark. "
terrible dream' of his delirium
some COUNTYrFLORIDA. James 0 'Burney, his x mark, John ,Williams Skirts and-L&d1ea' Underwear. n y
one other burden;which he took upon I The annual travel for health, D.'VID'VILSON and ,EBEN. his 'x mark, W B Boo the, James H .

himself that Christmas night for me, recreation and immigration from the HUNTING, doing business I Jones, James T Allbritton, C K Buford J i

link bind ,North from the West and from the as WILSON & HUNTING, N Higginbotham., Mesheck"Burney, his x 3
and one more to us; more .Attachment. mark, H C Johnson, H 'Thompson, Moses t II If."

closely together ?Temple Bar. East, including 'the most distant JOHN H. BOYNTON vs. doing [ Amount,700.. Lang, D Crews, his x mark. J.K Crews, SU MME R GAMES. } j '

points on the Pacific and the Do- business under the name Bond..3400. his x mark, Jacob' Young; his .x mark,' S

THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA. minion of Canada, has become of and style of JOHN. BoyriTON'S ,Enethy Sauls, his x mark, J W Swarts, '1'' I I III L L11 1
Neil Thomas his .
x mark, Matthew J All- 1i
such importance that various throughand britton Charles Murrhee, 'John High-
Florida is
Since the climate so i i
combination routes are open, TT\EFENDANTS' WILL TAKE NOTICE tower, John Williams, his x mark, Henry Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bdtb,.
well known through the civilized I / of,commencement of suit in the above '
Sr.. his mark
both from the West and the ,East Bradley,. x Graham Crews
world it is not to into entitled cause by attachment issued out of his x mark Jr his
necessary go Henry. Bradley. x mark
which enable the immigrant to reach the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit,
John.Copland..l his x mark, James R 'Green,
detail we will briefly give some
; in and for the of Nassau and
Florida the west middle southern County are John Blake Win Thornton
on x mark. -ALSOLarge -
facts from official tables, and the notified to'appe r in said cause on or before Melton A his mark I
Clapp, x Malachi
and eastern sides; at low rates. the first Monday in April next, or judgment Grass :Hammocks and Express W
opinions of scientists. The Thompson, his x mark, Alberty, Braddock, apmKING'S :::-
not a hot climate in summer but This through system extends'also to by default will be entered therein upon fail-, Esau Choen, his x mark, J B Carroll, W W y yi
the to ure on the part of said defendant to plead, Boothe B G Britt
Europe, enabling immigrant ,Dyal, Tilmun James i
mild and not subject to great demur to the declarations filed
know the exact cost of reaching answer or Hargo, his x mark, T Thomas, his x mark, BAZAR,.
changes of temperature. The winters in said cause on or before the first Monday. G'W Dyal, J A McIntosh, W Wingate,

are not cold and freezing, but,uniformly Florida from the principal cities and ill May, 1885. H. 'J.for BAKER, H J Davis, his x mark,Archibald Davis, his Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernanfirtre:._

cool and Throughout po'rts'of Europe. Probably new Attorney. Plaintiffs. x'mark. William Johnson, his x mark. W C
bracing. JOHN A. EDWARDS
in additionto Thornton, his'x'mark, John Carroll his
routes will be arranged $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT '
the whole twelve months, the Clerk of the Circuit Court, mark/'M M Carroll, A Carroll, his' x mark \\1I1/0-c'\

rainy cloudy disagreeable days! are those now opened. In and for the County of Nassau, Fla.' B J Carroll, E L Carroll, Grisslie Thomas, \

Fernandina. Fla., Dec. 1884-3mo.. Joseph W Ireland, J J Atkinson, Sr, John ON receipt of $5 we ;? :
the exception : fair, bright sunny: Traveler's Guide. Sheriff's Sale. Nettles, his x mark, D Burnett, his x mark, will send you an Elec- :::: .1' I -.-.
days the rule. The thermometer Jerry M Keen Abram Woods, his 'x mark. tric Lamp. Burglar :::: ::i ;::::::
seldom goes below 30 in winter, and I TRANSIT A; PENINSULAR RAILROAD. UNDER and by virtue'rf an execution Stephen Cohen, his x mark, J T McCall, A Alarms' $1. Call Bells : -,11 Z-. '
out of the Circuit Court Fourth J Boothe, C B Smith Raymond Jacob $1. ElectricGasLighter ""hi '-- .
The Train leaves- :
above 90 in summer. Day Passenger
rarely Judicial Circuit, iii and for Nassau County, Instru-
Goodman his niark Telegraph
Wildwood and x Green, John = i
For Cedar Key and ,
official records show the for in a suit in said Court determined whereinP. ments Medical Batteries
average all Transit Road..10.25 m. Boothe, Joshua Miller, his x mark, W M =
on a.
summer, 7$ ; for winter, 60. The Savannah and all points North I. Courier is plaintiff and Clarence N. Crews his x mark, Lewis .Hall, Neebam &c. -- -, liiLz a it
Brewster defendant, and George Henry gar- Turner, F C .Higginbotham, J W Keen, A "In regard to your new Eleetrie Imo
daily constant ocean breezes in summer and West. a. m.
nishee. I have levied upon and will sell at think will be
Higginbotham, A D Carroll B F Crawford we you exceedingly successful')
modify the heat (the Gulf (connecting at Callahan.) public auction in front of the Court-house in its universal -
; For Tallahassee,Pensacolrf and all Jim Sauls; R W Spann,H Lake.Wash Hary, securing adoption.
breeze, coming with the setting sun, points on the Florida Central & in the city of Fernandina, on Monday, the W Goodman, his x mark, T.W.McIntosb,J F Yery truly yours, MINER & REDKrK T Z .

cools the air at night); a warm or Western Railroad................ ..10.25 a. m. 2nd title day and of interest February which, A.D.1885, all the right, Cooner H S Higginbotham, his x mark;!'V .' 737 Broadway:] t
George had .
I witnessed with much
N Knight, J C Crawford, his .x mark, Jury pleasure thittcn--
sultry day is almost unknown. Offic- (connecting at Baldwin.) on the 27th day of May, 1882. or at time
any George, R W Grant DV Large, Thomas of your new Electric Light. I belt e-.3U:' ; j ,
ial sanitary reports, both of scientific Day Passenger Train arrivesFrom thereafter in and to Lot one ((1)), Section four- Dana A C Jones, B F Sanders, his x mark, will find no difficulty in bringing it iss!ta,..

bodies and the show that Cedar Key, Wildwood, and teen1((14)), Township two ((2)), North, Rangetwentyeight J R Dyal his x mark, J C Keen, his x general use. Eastern Man. ""S'orthwMi
army, all the Transit Road... 4.35
points on ra. East
p. ((28)) containing fiftyfouracres. mark'Robert Goodman Jr, Willis Jones, ern Lumberman. HENRY: BixGii 3&
Florida stands first in health al- From Savannah and all in j
points his mark R M Sutton Harkless "We take pleasure in stating that thetste .
x -
Googe, ,
the North and West................ .
in the includedthe 4.35p.m.From Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. we made of Electric
though reports are Jacob Goodman, Sr;' his x mark, J I Cross, your Light proved fix---
transient or recent population Tallahassee, Pensacola. and A.' ELLERMANN, Sheriff. Jackson.Dukes, his x mark, :James W Hig- fectly satisfactory. You will ,have a lugs- } ,
all points on the Florida Central Fernandina, Fla., January'31885. D and ready sale. Yours
J E T Johnson truly,
many of whom take 'refuge here as '& Western Railroad.............".... 4.35p.m. ginbotham: Higginbotham, RICHARDS &.CO' z
In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial S Knight, GW Barber, Earl Davis, ;,
invalids some in the lowest stages of Night Passenger Train leaves- 24 and 26 Fourth AvenuerN.TJ
Circuit Nassau W :F I! Bradley, S B McGlew. David Williams,
disease. The summer is longer, but For Cedar Key, Wildwood, and all Florida, In Chancery. County; J'D Turner, James Hall, William Peterson, The above testimonials explain tllras. >-

the heat less than mid points on the Transit'Road........ 5.30 p. m. W R Smith, Redic R Thornton, Joseph selves.
oppressive For Savannah and all points North LOVIE EUGENIA SUTTON; Jones, his x mark, Mack Jones, his x mark, WE WANT A NUMBER: OF LIVE AGENTR-
summer at the North ; this results and \ .,.. 5.30 p.m. vs. }[DIVORCE. JB: Lyons, John Brown his x mark, D M G. W. FOSTER & CO.

from its peculiar peninsular shape (connecting at Callahan.) DAVID HUNTER SUTTON.J JON Sparkman R Bryant, his x mark, D L Nor- 45-3m 21 Park Row N_T a

and the ever-recurring breezes which For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all MOTION OF THE 'COMPLAINANTby ton, W E Norton, J M Norton, James Cope- .
points on the Florida Central & her counsel, John T. & George W. land, J K Carroll,-Wm' Branch C B Hall, --- 1
pass over the State. For days to- Western Railroad..................... -- .
5.30p.m. Walker, (it being made to appear to my sat- W L Loyd, A M Powell, J T, Gill, A Davis illi 'H i ir
gether, New York, Boston and Chi- (connecting at Baldwin.) isfaction that the Judge of the Fourth Cir W H Bostick, Charles Vance, Henry R Vp r
cuit of Florida is disabled by illness to at- Stewart J B J S Carroll Charles ---; 1t It
cago show, in summer, temperature Night Passenger Train arrives Gwynn, .r '"' ... t
as high as 100 it is rare thatit From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and tend to the duties of his office), and, on reading ; Floyd, James F Davidson, A 0 Green, hisx 11 ...'..."...41.r'i. .'..}. r'.r ,_. t
; very all points on the Transit Road... 8.50 a. m. and considering the Bill and the mark Alexander Harris, John Bryant \, ',' -::"..- 'l r- "- ,..'' .... .. J.
reaches that degree in Florida fora From Savannah and all points in affidavit thereto attached it is ordered that : Green Wimberly Bailey Smith, J J Ed- I C -;';1;.,, .sX. :Ii ;,/'-.:..t..\.J... -r_ ;.f.. (, r -1. aI.

single day, generally ranging below the North and West................. 8.50 a. m. a hearing be had on the facts charged in the mundson, W H Maxwell.We 'I I,. O'o.ro:; l"' ) 1-,

90 not oppressive modified by the From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and said Bill on the first Monday in May, 1885, the undersigned, hereby certify that V-:;-.......:. .. ..., J" \''',::'' .... .
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all at whose in the _'eo .,..' I. '
points on Florida Central & Chambers.THOMAS the persons names appear -<-"' ... .
ever-changing air ; not sultry, closeor Western Railroad..................... 8.50 a. m. F. KING, Judge. foregoing petition, signed the same, or at- I I r OJ>",ir",p. t ./ "'/.. }
humid ; mornings and evenings January.3d, 1885. 10-3m tached their marks thereto in our presence, ; tr.. __\,. ""_ .'I. '_ ,
FERNANDINA t II c .... r ; 'f ... .
R. R. .
and that neither fraud y. .- 4t.4r' : :
,bribery nor deceptionwas
cool and Natives ..
always ij
bracing. .
$--L. .f
and older residents if asked Train leaves daily, except Sunday- In the Circuit Court.) Fourth Judicial used in procuring said signatures or I .::> ...;:"il/-.p.k'\\: ;ri{, A .. .- <-. !t.ie" ./, "
would For Jacksonville. a. m. Circuit,' in and for the marks. I \ i :; < \ t':..,... } :J- -, ., I'" '
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say they preferred the summer to For Jacksonville 5.10 p. in. County of Nassau,.,Florida, F. C. HIGGINBOTHAM.JAMES I --@"'1.;\:\:.}..;t.\\t\1.: ,"" \. ....j-"'};! .... .-'.'.:-.J.' l.4"L... d
HIGGINBOTHAM.JOHN ""v" ,'t,,:: ,,.,. .J;.<:':'...fp. !.: "'\-. (. '
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the winter months for climate. This Train arrives daily, except Sunday- Josiah H. Prescott 1| I ) ';:'i/ r

climate is peculiarly for From Jacksonville..10.10 a. m. vs. I notice of D. HIGGINBOTHAM, ,..,J",.;..,>" 1\i r'f "
adapted veg- From Jacksonville....................... 4.12p.m. John H. Boynton doing bus-{ Attachment. I ,,.(,)\i" }",1"*.:. ,d-:.' 7tn,,., "\ '
etation. There are years when in Sunday only- mess under the name and | Amount State of Florida, ? !,\\.....>....;.<,<.:;,/.,;':":. \l'tj ); J'W -", ..

Borne localities there is a drouth and From Jacksonville .....................10.38a. m. style of John Boynton's I Sworn to County of Nassau.JOn :L"''.-:: ; "!". 1'<- '.'.1.//'.. I! -.;..hi,..... '.. I' / .
this 7th day of November, A. D. ,1884 .... ... ".J. t't''t'lo
years when portions of the .State For Jacksonville 4.00 p. m. Son. J $1,000. before I. D. ':'... \t,;."'"J' .:'. :'
personally appeared me Higgin ,
have above named defendant, John H. ,... ;..".. !..i:1.jy ._"'to?' 'i :'
had excessive rains but they THE botham to well known who ';: :J.. ,- :
MALLORY LINE. ) ', of the City of New York, doing me being duly \ .t.-..-<_"' .':.;:t' ,..'." i if..W.
do not extend far. In the early For New York direct, by steam- business under the name and style of sworn, deposeth and says, that, each and I 1./ -.v : .

spring when most of the plantingseason ships State of Texas or City of John Boynton's Son-is hereby notified to every name or mark affixed to the above II K.1
San Antonio petition,,was the act and deed of the party ''fJ; 1.-t''t1''Hrlt. "'
Thursday evening p.m. enter his in and to the above : .
occurs, there are frequent appearance entitled purporting to have signed the same, and ''Ul,. 5PO t. :' ,
From New York direct by City of attachment suit commenced against I II; ; \ IT ,' t -t', '. .'
t t"'f.
showers ; from the first to the middle San Antonio and State of Texas, him in said court by 'Josiah H. Prescott; that said signatures were signed in the If}:, : i r"," i'.lv & !",

of July the rainy season commences, every Friday........................... 3.00p.m. Plaintiff, on or before the, first Monday in presence of at least two creditable witnesses -. \[ f fens'
and that there was no fraud, bribery or de- lOpening
continuing till the middle of September CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. January, 1885, and to plead or demur to the i ception in procuring said signatures' ji (O}J"I ie, 'Dnt1. } "

the rain falls almost For Charleston, by steamship City declaration filed therein on or before the marks of said whose names J
persons appear
every first Monday in 1885 December 1.1C84: Closing May 31.1SSi fa
of Monticello February, or judgmentwill .
,every Wednesday.From signed to the foregoing'petition.. t.lrN"lr.K
in the .-
commencing after- be entered bv
early Charleston, by same steamer against him default. I. D. HIGGINBOTHAM. TflItASI'W SOYT"II."t"' j

noon, lasting from a few minutes toa every Sunday..... ............... p. m. H. J. BAKER, Subscribed and sworn to before me this h-i.; I

few hours rarely as long as ,the For Charleston Palatka by steamship Cityof A. Attorney EDWARDS.for Plaintiff Clerk: Circuit above Court.suit.J. 7th day of November, A. D. !l884; United! Stales Government[] \ 1.J' S ;

every Sunday. CHASH.BEBG: ,
last period, often with heavy thunder -I From Charleston, by same steamer -' Fernandina, Fla., September G, 1884-3m Notary Public. 11.' {

and sharp lightning, then ceas- : every Wednesday.................: p. m $1 300O'OO:; ;
ing, leaving the air cool and sweet, i ST. MARYS'RIVER.' .'tSteamer Sheriff's Sale. In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial '

the sky clear and bright ; the porous Martha leaves Centre street dock-, UNDER and by virtue of a decree of fore- Circuit.Lettie Nassau Miller County 1 Fla. A"rO'S'O'O: ; 1 :jeneral t>M,CtHtMNI- t:
of a issued out of the
soil For St. and mortgage
Marys Crandall Tuesday I
quickly absorbs the water and Circuit Court Fourth vs. I Notice of
Judicial Circuit Nas-
and Friday....... 3.00 bus attachment.'mess ,
leaves p.m. John H.Boynton,doing
the footway dry. These rains sau county, in a. suit determined wherein .,
For St. Marys and Dungeness, oii and Contributed- liit t'Jli/rii> >f dew Ih!".M- .
under the Amount
fill up the low flat lands and ponds, Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p. ra. inson Warren Defendant F.Scott is I Plaintiff and Moses Rob- style of 'John Boynton's name J sworn to$400Son. I !
have levied and $200,000
and For St. upon '
are injurious to crops when Mary's'and King's Ferry will sell ,
at auction in 'front of the
I planted' on :such lands, underlaid by Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m. court house public, in the city of Fernandina. on THE above named defendant, John H. "A|>pr i|>riitril l>_v': :Mexico.:
hard Steamer Martha arrives the first of the City'of New York, doing -
But the Monday in February A. D. 1885
pan. on high pinelands $100,000
From St. Marys and Crandall on being the second day of said month'all the business under the.name and style of ,

and high hammocks the rainsare Monday and Thursday.,...- 7.00 a.m. right title and interest of the said Moses John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to Apprnpriatt'd'"bv the S Ilh. tIE I.rr.i-tYtn,.. ,

of advantage, makihg crops grow From St. Marys and Dungeness, Robinson in and to the following described enter. his appearance in and to the above

rank and heavy. The rainy sea- on Wednesday and Saturday...... 9.00a.m. premises, to-wit: Lot three((3)),Section six ((6)) entitled attachment commenced against $100.000. ,i.I' i.
From St.Mary's and King's Ferry him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before jI .
Township two ((2)), North of Range Twenty- '
f.Oll IS not of regular annual occur- first in 1885 and to I'' Approi!>riitrd; by Ihe:- City of .Venr OrtL'II1'I.' *" ,
Tuesday and Friday.. .... 2.00 p.m. eight ((28)) East, containing one hundredacres the Monday January, ,
rence. more or less. plead or demur to the declaration filed in I I From $5000 to $25.000I ;. ;

Of the people who seek new NOTICE. Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. said cause. on or before the first :Monday in I 1'IropalHr.l..yo; liinttutvr ; *UU;! ..Citi iiind '.
1885 default will .
February, or judgment by I ,
homes J. A. ELLERMANN I'oiei Countries
<< ::u
there are many kinds. A ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: be entered. against I -
TO Sheriff Nassau II 1'I .
large number are of a restless nature, Notice is hereby given that I have been Fernandina, Fla., January 31884.county. you.H.. J. BAKER. I'I E..ry Stat and Territory t It:tf" Union; .prn.."., : (
Who appointed Administrator of all and singularthe Attorney for Plaintiff in ab ve suit. and nearly ail the L<-acm-g Nation and '"-
seem to roam in search of some Clerk Circuit C mrt. I Countries of in* Wand ;
chattels EDWARDS
M goods, rights and credits'of A. iI .
Dorado ; to such, advice or information William S. Rawson, deceased; and all cred- NE1V, CHEAP AND GOOD. J. Frnandina, Fla.,September G, 1884. iI I The Biggest Exhibit! .the Biggest;; Building! and tt* '

is of little benefit. The truo itors of said estate, legatees and persons en- I Biggest InutriaEvnt! : .in the. ..TWCri

American to the manner born titled to distribution are notified to present NGINES BOILER I rs Ulster). ...
their claims and demands, duly attested, ii-flEW PATENTSMTTNN
when he makes up his mind to sedka within two years from this date, and that AND SECOND HAND. I '"rpUCATIOSoi Hcuvranulw ,.'I:.kxlllaT-.uJ4t3YwY(1flraa.. ,:. ; '
U' : :IEA nt: vAm1rtr rf
new home, never looks back, but the same will be barred unless exhibited ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES & CO..of the ScIrYTmCANEfYCAV, con- OK aialt"ir Tn,y MI'I-. uY A.r ,..
accepts within_said period aforesaid. rinuetouct sn Solicitors for Patents, Cavcuts.Trade kxtu1r1.FtE1: : : Htl.lfnttTOf > ,
and altered conditions
new FRED W. HOYT Complied Orange Box and 8hl *!e: Machine 'Murxs Copyrights for the United States Canada.KP ... -
if not cheerfully at least pluckily Eagle GI..., Saw, Mill.,.Planers, Reiaw* te stand. Frunro.Germany etc. Hand Book about The d (":'''t..t irare. errr KIM'""
AdministratorEstate ARk for ,'. ''ttts Ml'"!t,free. Thin y-<"' ;-*>n jvsrs'erixrionce.INten'RohtninpU the am.uof xriii- >riii! n.tcurea-for>>U)>r f
and of William S. Cfttalwrne and Prices before hnvftur. thrr-HihMUN.S &CO.nrr;noticed .
sooner or later wins. The new Rawson, dec'd. pt-onie rv rvtiur
'n the SctxTLPwAtt.RiCAX.tu! b 'cs.1 e-tsina tI
settler in Florida will have to unlearn Fernandina, Fla., February 7, 1884. 6w HANDLE & DUBANMACH'fOOT: .!,rtrideyrirnlatedafrntii. : .:pnner.! *{..?"a...rC:1r.111. i I For information aiidress'r.:. A.!HI- *P.KE'
f'nlrn\"r'"s a"d fatf'H : 1'orr.Jt'
Sppndt.t : s : -
many things, and learn by experience Ladies and Misses Hose, 65, 67, 69,M ST., CINCINNATI, 0. : -,\., ,.,M.,.t,tfrrtrtr). Speeiml"tnpyf'isMC+ t\h:.?-&ci ro..-jii. J fie ii.vricOlce. A m.'r. ..!"- ,I I! Director licncraiV.1.\. .O.t.." I .t-....
new wayc. If he ,is wise, he In great variety, AT PAUL F NKE'S. (rite for Catalogue and mention this paper.) lia FIUC.\ : .2til Broadway New Y ur:'. -- .. -_:-- -



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THE FLORIDA MIRl OI however, was accorded by the Savannah ABOUT.RAILROADS AND RECEIV before they have parted with ,the THE FUTURE DEMAND FOR'RAILSome

.. Florida & Western Railroad ,ERSHIPS. legal title. by issuing a patent, it is gloomy'economists, says the
GEORGE R.. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR.Subscription '. of furnishing a special car for the The Economist tireplies with, to be understood as ,applicable to Philadelphia Times, have been; led of

82 per year'; six months $1. use of'the ,Press Association to go usual courtesy to our comments on cases where, the right ,to the patentis late to furnish a dark picture of the
n. Bfc- its former ,article. We. do not see,
through to New Orleans without complete and the equitable titleis future of making steel rails in this
Office corner Centre and First streets second floor however that; it, advances any good
.. change and remain there to bring.the ", fully vested in the party'without country. The building of new roads

RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten .- Association back. In point of' fact, reasons for its suggestion' ,that ',the. anything more to be'-paid or any act they claim, must decline each ,
cents a line, for the first, and five cents for the train.leaving Jacksonville by the Florida Railwayv&: Navigation Railroad 'to be done going to the formation of in future, as through lines have been
reach subsequent insertion. should-be: in the hands'of
r Special. local notices 15 cents a line.EEcMing Florida Railway & Navigation Rail- : placed mmissiori:, theright.'.". The ::"same rule will apply"to'the fully met, leaving only the branch
or ; because '
receiver :
.notices,25 cents line. road via Tallahassee reached Chatta- a : Spanish grants'which .are lines and-feeders to be built, as the
Special rate for time advertisements' upon application sundry "accidents"have ;oc
., at the office. hbochee ,Junction an hour, arid a reference passed upon; by the courts and a country gradually develops.} This
curred. Nor does its: to
half advance of the Savannah, : patent-issued: 'as'kind .of just claim will be a slow''' process, according
Communications all matters of local interest certain clever gentlemen who.ih"aAe ;
upon :Florida & Western the latter haying "' :fr m the government. these pessimistic theorists
solicited from all parts of the county and from acted as' receivers hatgtihe'( fact: :,...., extending -
along the lines of Florida railways.. 'waited at Way cross for the fast mail.: : over a long series of

All communications intended publication that receiverships in general''are:disastrous f NOT T ....BRIBE,: ,> J NOR* *f DEADHEADS.-- :years, and
The officers of both roads
were en- offering probability of
Notwithstanding the y a boom
"should be addressed to the Editor; all business to the interests of corpora, venomous
'letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. titled to and received the thanks. tof the Times-Union upon the Florida Railway like that which.has existed

,__, tions and the public., The Legislature & Navigation Company, the officers of during
t Il-J ,\ the.!Association. the latter are importuned by attaches of the last five years, and has just come

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY. ;26, 1885.. has wisely declinecl.to undertake that paper fur.gratuitous passes over its sys- to a close.
summary of con- tem. Here's gall" fur you.-Mirror.We1 .
While it is.quite
THE NEW CONNECTION.The POSITION. trolling our raUroad ,system, and we are surprised at the above item and probable that the

"' the source from' which it emanates. Is it to building of new railway lines
has been of Floridians will
announcement interest I

publicly The was especially think it, wilUgenerally be conceded .
be understood by .the above that when a not reach the
made in Jacksonville that the given at New Orleans to the that self-interest Ms a sufficiently' exceptional figure of
newspaper editor, or the members of,his staff : thousand
'long' spoken of connection between exhibit from their own State. It ten miles a year again in a
strong motive to .induce the ownersof accept a pass over a railroad that they are

the East Tennessee, Virginia & Geor- must confessed. it was very unsatisfactory property to take the best care and thereby purchased or bribed to close their good while and perhaps never,it does

'igia Railroad from Buffalo station, in comparison with, the make the best'use of it: eyes and their mouths to every' weakness ,not follow that a good many steel
possessed by that road-Gainesville News. rails will be
:near!Brunswick, Ga., is to be made display made by other. '.States. Take, When we recall the long struggleof not wanted every year.
The News does not seem to see the To begin with the wear and destruc-
.with the Florida Railway & Navigation = for instance, South Carolina, which\ the pioneers in railway building
point made in an extract from.our tion of rails upon the one hundred
Railroad at Hart's Road, eleven adjoined it on one side, and Texason in Florida, when it was without

smiles south-west of? this city. The the other. The exhibit. of North credit, "without ,population, or any local column. The Times-Union de- and twenty-odd thousand miles of

s distance, is about fifty miles, and by Carolina was very full- and embraced considerable resources, and compareit nounces the Florida Railroad & Navigation I railway already in existence is enor-

:its construction a third trunk line her '''useful minerals, her precious with the facilities of modern,rail- road very bitterly and with I mous. Mr. Webb, of the London

will enter Florida and add to our stones, her marbles, her gold, and her enterprises we think none too very little discrimination as a rotten and Northwestern Railway, of Eng--
t way road. It is therefore inconsistent for land the destruction
I places of
:.railway facilities. especially valuable mica. Then much credit ,can be given to the men
canlea exhibit of her its employes to solicit? passesto, go todestruction I ,steel on the 1,780 miles of road-
We have'heard'the' question asked wellarranged who, by,their growing railways into '
over a rotten' road. 'bed operated by that line at 1,400
how this will affect Fernandina. ,It various woods, suitably prepared, the interior,of the State;opened 'up

z seems to us that it should affect us and manufactures of wood. Then the road to, population, wealth and: We presume that most passes pounds every hour. At this rate

4r given by ,railroad companies are about.450,000 tons of rails would be
favorably. We shall be brought 32 her cereals and her textile products prosperity, and, laid, those founda-
given for a quid The publication required yearly just to replace the
crude and manufactured her agricultural pro quo.
miles nearer to all points. north and tions which (others have built upon.
: i of the time-table of the roadis wear and tear of the old lines in this
; west by rail, and will be.on. a trunk productions of every kind, About-1850 the public-spirited citizens -
understood. to be the service. ren- country. It is probable however
all with and ,
line north, via Hart's Road. There etc., arranged system of Jacksonville undertook to
dered. If the publishesthe that the estimate of Mr. Webb is
1' is, however, a danger to Fernandina order. Such a display Florida oughtto build a plank road, to or towards newspaper
advertisement a is not a below the real loss. This is indi-
had and did not have. pass
which can easily be avoided by .the Lake City. They, with very consid-
courtesy but A compensation, and cated by the consumption of rails in
, \ -exercise of a wise judgment and It was easy to see why this was so. erable effort-built the plank road a
there is no obligation on either side. the United States in 1883 which
-,fore The in busi- commissioner had done all in unable to ,
:r, 3ast. competition Our few miles, but 'were con-
: It is to be presumed that if a pub- amounted to 1,400.000 tons. There
r -nes now requires systematic arrangement his power to stir up our, people. The tinue it. To reach Tallahassee required -
lisher charges and receives paymentfor were completed during the
of its details so as to save press has for a year,past urged that some two and a half to three year
the advertisement he would not 6,500 miles of new road requiring
"expense and, minimize the cost of Florida should be properly repre- I days continuous traveling by night ,
expect a in addition in ordinarycases. 650,000 tons of rails. The remain-
.'.handling: and transfers. A commercial sented, but without avail. and by day, j jolting over pine ,roots pass ,
Nor is it expected that per- ing 750,000 tons must have gone to
< !port to attract business must ,be Fortunately however for Florida and palmettoes. To reach Pensacola
; sons who receive passes should feel make good the wear, ,and tear of
rided with the. best business fa in'her required four or five. days further
ft' ;:pro she has a'specialty semitropical at all restricted in using perfect freedom roads already in existence. Taking

cilities. .The cost of 'moving by fruits and productions which continuous travel. The journey to I
I of criticism. The Times-Union this as a basis for calculation
.drays 10,000 sacks of corn or fertijzers has enabled her to make aninteresting Gainesville, Ocala arid Tampa required refers to this paragraph and explainsthat allowing for the slow accretion of

:: five hundred yards may neutralize and special exhibit in this line more time than now to cross
that date it will be
I the application was made by its new lines since ,
the whole profit of the busi- thus withdrawing attention from her the Atlantic. Our railroads have
million tons of
traveling agent as a personal favor.It seen that nearly a
'Iles Business houses engaged in deficiencies in other departments. been built at very little personal cost
certainly would be a large measureof rails will be required yearly to keep

'wholesaling and transferring goods In the Government building she to our people, and we now indulgein generosity for' the Florida Rail- up the repairs of the future.In .

to interior; purchasers. require 'wharf constant criticism and fault find
displays magnificent sugar-cane, a way & Navigation Company to fur view of these facts the steel rail
facilities side of their !
on one ware- moderate display of citrus fruits, ing. nish free transpartation to an agentto makers are not liable to find their
:.hoibes and railway tracks on the We are accustomed to hear the
I and a well-arranged exhibit of her extend the circulation of a paper occupation gone very soon, all croakers -
50tlier. Vessels unloaded of the visitor to Flor-
are now voice
I woods and timber.It querulous which denounces and abuses it with- to the contrary, notwithstanding.They .
:.steam apparatus, and a merchant, ida on his first travels, as he snarls
is, however, in HorticulturalHall out stint. will act wisely, however,
"who is so situated as to unload acargo out the train stops for wood or
,r.p that she comes to the front. We did not originate and take no they do their best to extend the trade
<: on one side and transfer it; water. ""I wonder what in the world .. ,
Her display of. oranges, lemons and I interest, however, in this argumentum in American steel rails outside of the
without rehandling:; to his warehouse they are stopping for now?" and who
other varieties of the citrus is ad- ad hominum, and think the rail- borders of the country as much as
:end thence to a rail track entering busies himself comparing the new
mirable and beyond competition. road company has a perfect right to possible. South America offers an
warehouse' make reduction with the old
: can a roads of a new country
Extending down the main aisle to refuse the pass, and the TimesUnionhas inviting field for a gradually increas-
-.of ![cost that will 'give him a prefer- long established railway lines of
't the centre of the building her tablesare an equal right to demand pay- ing trade of this kind, which should
of the
en e. densely populated portions
t loaded with the golden apples ment for publishing its advertise-. not be neglected.
fremandina is in condition North but our own people oughtto
now ;
which Venus threw, and her display ments and its paper, both placing
*jn : which she must. utilize her advantages have mole sense and judgmentthan Washington's Dlrthday.
lt elicits unqualified approbation.One themselves on a business footing.

.+, as a.commercial,port. Her to become the copyists of these A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF BUNTING BY THE

Kf -water front should be put in market of the most interesting por- petty-fault finders. It is certainlyvery SUNRISE,AND SUNDOWN. MISSOE.
: tions of the Exposition ,for a Flori-
.::and enterprising business men given bad policy to exaggerate the The controversy over the time of Blue skies, but cool breezes, were the

r g ...-ev ry inducement to locate here, dian to visit is the Stock Depart- mishaps which may occur, and to the mail leaving Jacksonville, as heaven-sent favors on our national holiday.interfered
ment. The Kentucky horses Falling this on Sunday somewhat
.Lli beautiful' in the world the
the most
r ohcentrate business here as in its to travel on our roads.. The roads would lead one to doubt whether were pleased to see the pretty displayof
of the Per-
4 natural: channel. If the water front imported Norman horses in' Florida, any and all of them, will there was not a morning and evening bunting from the shipping in our port.

cheron breed, astonish the beholder far .loss of What charming effects can be obtained
''f is kept out of market business men compare favorably so as Jacksonville. The Times-Union the
with their size and weight. A two- from bunting 'might be learned from
wJll not establish warehouses. backs life or limb is concerned, with the regarded the change as destructive to tasteful and beautiful appearance of the
from, the water and be obliged to year-old.Percheron on oldest and best roads of the country. the interests of that city. The other steam yacht Missoe.
1,850 pounds while near bya
"t: pay wharfage arid be dependent on papers regarded it as beneficial.The In the artistic hands of her genial com
full Shetland weighs TAXES ON UNPATENTED LANDS. the
grown pony mander, Captain William Thompson
facilities view seemed to be
Bothers for the whichthey one gilded by
i about 100 pounds. -The cattle of The point is often made that landsare Missoe made a truly brilliant and captivating
F i should themselves control.It the rays of the dawning sun while and rigging -
various breeds, the sheep and swine, not taxable for which the patent appearance, her new spars
is quite possible that when, facilities the others seem to reflect the rays of being a perfect blaze of gay and most
breeds in the world.
the finest
are of from the government has not issued. being
are not offered by opening up the evening luminary. The controversy artistically assorted colors.. Not
The California exhibit of oranges This is the case when conditional i has however been skilled in naval telegraphic lore, we are unable
-our. water front in whole or in part, happily'
had not arrived. Some indifferent grants are made,.as under the home-I, settled by having a morning and to say what mystic message"
houses desirous of dealing in heavy initiated from
specimens of Louisiana oranges were stead laws, the title remaining in the evening,mail.In have been conveyed to the
commodities may choose the banks ; her fluttering pennons. Thus,on the occasion
on the tables, and some very good United States until the parties have their new
of the St. Marys near the railway order that delays to the great ocean of the family's return to
wt' specimens of fruit from,Mexico. We proved up. In other cases, however, steamers, such as often occur at this season home ("historic Dungeness)it was only to
.- rpssing and Fernandina lose a business of the year, may not witness the possible!:! "conveyed -
should have been glad to have seen when the party has paidfor his land starvation of the passengers and crew, each the "nautical eye" the "signal flag ,
should be carried
which on fruit from all the West India Islands, and holds the Receiver's receipt for ship is provisioned as follows; 3,500 pounds' her commander's kindly greeting the
liere. of butter, 3,000 hams, 1,600 pounds of biscuit "Welcome Home," and the initials of
as well as foreign,fruits, for comparison the same, the lands would be tax- ;, exclusive'of those supplied the crew; comers.- En passant, we may congratulate

that able. We the 'following conclusive 8,000 pounds of grapes, almonds, figs and his skill in
Ti VIA WAl"CBOSS.'The and would suggest our quote other desserts; jams and jellies, 1,500 Captain Thompson, not only on

Economist makes a point ol Commissioner purchase in the mar- authority on the subject pounds; tinned meats, 6,000 pounds; dried pollychromic treatment when he dresses his

beans, 3,000 pounds; rice, 3,600 pounds ; but on her gen
craft fete
the Press Association going to the ket the best specimens he can find of from Copp's Land Laws, page 248. onions, 5,000; potatoes, 40 tons; flour. 300 favorite en improved appearance,

Junction the Savannah foreign fruits and place them side by The Supreme Court of the United barrels, and eggs,1,200 dozen. Fresh vegetables erally wonderfully strict disciplinarian
River by ,dead meat and live bullocks, sheep. owing no doubt to the eye of a

,Florida & Western Railroad instead 'side with our .own,-properly labeled. States, in a recent case, has thus pigs, geese, turkeys, ducks, fowls, fish, and yet kindly martinet. We use

has labored.hard stated the doctrine held the casual game are generally supplied at each the adjective advisedly, as we hear her courteous
-ot the Florida Railway: & Naviga- General Sebring upon port, so that it is difficult to estimate them. ," save
tion Company. Both roads tendered to give Florida a good 'showing at general subject: "'Vhile'we recog- Perhaps two dozen bullocks and'sixty sheep commander "never "draws
would be a fair"average for the whole voyage -when his efficient aid, Mr.
their courtesies, and Mr. Tuttle was the Exposition,, 'and it is to be regretted nize the doctrine :heretofore laid and the rest may be inferred in propor- rein too soon."

his efforts not down this court that lands sold tion. In the summer, when travel is heavy, schedule time
jrprepaired' to accompany us on either were seconded by twenty-five fowls are often used in making Thirty minutes is now the

.route.: The additional advantage, by the people. by the United States may be taxed soup for a single dinner. between Dungeness and Fernandina

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'.,"',''''' ;'"''-(_ 'c.,:' THE .FLORIDA MIRROR, : 'FEBRUARY.26,. 1885.(. .

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Within that limit, the face of Captain

Thompson;" beyond indicates it, (even 64 joy for one and minute contentment ) : J. &> -K-Y-OO:: : ::

A sadness and longing. PAUL FUNKE'S
That is akin to pain '
overspreads his cheerful countenance. The ..
writer, on a shadow.recent"trip and, perceived, on comparing the approaching ++4-++..i..i ..i.+..t ( i t i r i++i+-f-i+A r i r if? h+iFa4++t-+a-i+i++iH1-ai+++[ CA.MP.A.IG-N 1
chronometers, found the minute. hand ap-' ]I P.ALL: ; : : [[ .

proaching thirty-one! Good as this recordis
,Captain Thompson is justly proud of one .EPORillM '
made in a recent express trip, when, under ,} DRY I I' WITH A LARGE, ENTIRELY NEW AND FRESH STOCK.OF {

full steam and with favoring tides the Afissoe ... '
made the run from Dungeness to Fernandina ".. ".'' ..1: ., t '* *

in twenty minutes.Vito'a el vapore' t '.++++. ++ :t:+t+ I'I I I +T I ++++++ .++_++ ++++++;H-++:

Clam Chowder ..:,. 'f-. wr F ALLAND.WINTER..GOODS. i ,
evening,at. .
., .
tf J. FRED LoHMANS. '/ .j... ; .
. .-. ,*,. *
Novelties ,FERNANDINA ; ; ::" t
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In Fancy ..
.. AT PAUL.FUNKE'S. :' "". '. '
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; Latest in We have
Fresh Sauerkraut Styles received our stock "JPSGENTLEMEN'S- : .
At JACOB KLABEK'S .,',,.-...' ,Fall CLOTHING' ,.4 '
Cor..Sixth and Ash sts. Furnishing Goodsin
... ; ; ,'" i J .) ,; -..of. OF- '\ SILKS,CASHMERES,. V Men's, Boys',Youth's.Brocades .
f '
Bleached'Cotton. all the
-* 'N Velvets
I Alpacas .
elegant 'line. Also the.
Bleached J1& T.KYDD Cotton are, fine now and selling soft finish a yard-wide, at the .. Velveteens, etc Latest Styles in Hats.: LATEST NOVELTIES.

low price of 7 cents a yard. All standard Y.t.nI IB 88 Gond8'Silks QI SatBBns

brands as low as can be bought anywhere. :: Great Bargains .A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for Ii
." '., IN
- ""
** UnMw'lr=l li" ."'-: :','f.J' 'i .BLANKETS, COMFORTS New Cloths and Cas'simeres, BBOTONG, m& & CO.,' l

D ::"(:) (|J) oK'. .r r r ... .:...:--'i"?..& .FANCY. GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. '"' ; ''Linen'ToW: '" '' of New York
,Toweling 'BOOTS
o"O-'Tj: \ .' ., ; -. ; SHOES
... ... I = = -of' ,And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.
::n (I) '" .0 Goods
:w::=:(:I I-) ::IUJ .,.. r Suits made to order and a V VA

""o-o .... Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths Fit Guaranteed.
(C) (E) tzjr .,,,. ,' ...... AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF large line of ,
::I Fancy Goods and Notions:!,
o..Ol-..., J/S3*Underwear .. SPECIAL ORDERS

;r:;.:o 2.0::=--3 (:r aTj:-) O?3 .: .. .T SILg.PAR9SOLS L ;. tijVB S AND MITT HAMBUR 9 G EDG m GS from Low-PricecTto'Fine Hosiery and Gloves, Filled in New York
3 '
ooc. cg"__CDr .... ... ,. : / Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. BY OUR RESIDENT BUYER. i iT.
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v < "::'I. _- .: ,:. .' .,. 'ALSo' COMPLETE STOCK OFGents'
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O o o.S'::1 .. I I : t Northeast corner Centre and,Third Sts.
ytim:ab ._rn Furnishing Goods[ ? '

.C... .On&w < "NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. j-jFERNANDINA, FLA. I :
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Lauds Located, : EEtC CITY OF SAN ANTONIO i.oso Tc)jye_
Taxes Paid, and STATE OF TEXAS, l, 42 TON ,E

Titles Examined. CARONDELET, 1, ios TONS. t ;

Many bargains and wE STERN TEAS 1,210 TONS.
offered all
desiring to locate in Florida will find it to V !

their with me.interest to call upon or communicate 3tfFAIRMOUNT i Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. r E

Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking advantage of* cash 1
pur- of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK t
chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such 110w ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- t
SCHOOL FOR'YOUNG LADIES, i sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

MOUNT EAGLE TENN. This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New 1 t !
Plateau, near the Universityof The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- t
the South, at an elevation of 2,000 feet PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close- #-
above the sea. Combines the advantages of have endeavored to select the connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE,RAIL. k1JI
health and recreation. Vacations in the ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
winter. Terms moderate. Send for circularto JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT t
Mount Eagle Principal, Tenn., Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, PENINSULAR LAKE WEIR.RAILROAD for OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor

References-G. R.Fairbanks Fernandina;
Dr. Hy. Robinson Jacksonville; Rev. N. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
Harris,Jacksonville. and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves, and see the freight,passage rates,and schedules, or further information,apply to

G. C. H. MALLORY & CO., i
McQUITTYHas 1 i{(II Pier 20 East River,New York. 51QROCERIES -
removed his business to the rooms over IMMENSE3JBARGAINS V !
the New York Bakery, on Centre street.
He has received assortment of seasonable PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, .
goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto a ,
make them up to suit all tastes in the be
to in Fernandina
best at the establishment ofj! '
style. '
: Repairing neatly done. ,
Fernandina Fla.,July 12,1884.

For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices -IN-

of every description and DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS +-

! ? for any Sewing Machine, I

r Old Machines repaired at moderate

Corner Third HENRY and HOBEIN Ash Streets, Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.WE


HAVE MADE TIlE MODE BRO'S, 100. JJEJCEJS: : :: : 1\lI:A.TTINGSt' : : -

Fla., the author-
ized Agents to contract for the sale of their TEAS AND COFFEES 4.

BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .. ': *ttf' +-

wishing to purchase will get all in ,:;. MODE BRO'S .
formation :
as regards prices from them. .'.\;.' ; ', '
Samples of different qualities and styles >: ';" NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.
can be .
seen at the office of G FERNANDINA, FLORIDA "
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MODE. <'::-"- 7.'
2G Fernand ina. 1 Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. & FERNANDINA, FLA.




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GENERAL DIRECTOR BAKER COUNTY. .I I''I Assesstofof 7a.Tes-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY.County i no\!!F.S. -

.- .. -:--. r County Judge-R. D.Davis, Sanderson' Collector of Ret'enue'V. F. Trantham, ,t :
States Officers... ,Judge-M. J.Solomons. "tf ; County: Judge-A.Brownell.
CjJiiited 1 Jy .J Clerk-r-F.'J. Pons,>Sa'nderson. C J r Ocala. Clerk-W. W. Jeter. 'Clerk-T. H. Pitman.

: GAIWESVIIXE.Jteguter ,vSJieriff U., C. Herndon,.Sanderson. '.**' Superintendent*of. Schools- -M;' L., Paine,: Sheriff ':R. F. Hosford., Sheriff{ Thomas N.Ellis.' ,
Ij. A. Barnes Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. (Cobb. San- Fort McCoy. V '". -J.-E. Roberts.Collector Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. .

Receiver-John- F. Rollins, Gainesville derson.. -. MONROE C UliTY.- > v '. of Revenue=Thos. P. Shuler. Collector of Revenue William Tucker
: Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron West. ; 'Aueuor .
General-Malachi Martin Talla- Key Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler. of Taxes=J. J. Newton
Surveyor- -, derson.---- ,. >. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Superintendentof&hools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. Superintendent of SchoolWhitnell
:JiasseeV ... _. Carry.
._ Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. 'ESCAMBIA-
Sanderson *
Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. County Judge Wm. B.
Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY Key West. Jones

XarhaJ-J. H. Durkee Jacksonville. County Judge-J., R. Richard, Providence.Clerk Collector of Revenue-Mason'S. Moreno, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.SheriffW .
: H.'Hutchirisdn. Sheriff E. P. :Kelvin.TreasurersThomas .
Clerk Philip;Walter, Jacksonville. -Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. I .
W. W. Tumblin Starke. Super nkndentof Schools-=J.V.'Harris,Key Treasurer:-J. S. Leonard. J. Miller.
Collector of Revenue=N&nuel'Palme's.Assessor Collector of Revenue-John
West. Roche.
_Assessor of Taxes R.G. Wainwright Lake .
Collector Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Taxes
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. of. : : : -George W. Cook
".', .. COLLECTORS Or CUSTOMS. Superintendent of Schools-N.'M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Horn.
Collector of ..RwenueBuriberry Haynes,, County Judge-Hinton: J. Baker, Fernan-.
.John W. Howell F mandina.EdwirilHiggins Santa Fe.. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

: ; Jacksonville. .Superintendent of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.

,John. F. House,..-St... Augustine... Starke. .- Sheriff-John A.' Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.
BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff--J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
James A nandina. Treasurer:-James'S.'Bowers. Treasurer-J. Richards.
State Officers. County Judge- McCrory, ,City
"" i. i '.I' Point Collector of Revenue--:Warren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of Revenue= .'McLeod. Collector of.Re&'enue-Joel P. Atkins

EXECUTIVE.DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. .Assessor of Taxes D. L..Campbell.Superintendent ,Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.
Sheriff John'H. Laws;City Point."esor Superintendent of&hoo18-L. W. Higgin- of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of'Schools-W. G. Coiwell
Governor-Wm. Bloxham, Tallahassee. botham .-
of Taxes-Wallace RJMoses, Geor- Callahan. ,
Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel gianna.Collector.. County Treosuree-Gustav Stark., ,,F rnan-

Key West. of Revenue-D.W. McQuaig, Bre- dma. '.*"' .. ., ,'. ;;.; TEE CELEBRATEDWOOTON
State-John L. Crawford Tal- "
Secretary of vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

lahassee. D. Barnes Tallahassee.' Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English" County Judge-J.tI. Beggs, Orlando.
ComptrollerW. Titusville. ., Clerk-Thos. J, Shine, Orlando. DESKS.
Treasurer Henry
CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas1 W. Shine ;Orlando.
P. Raney Talla-
T. Assessor' /'Taxes=JamesM.,Owens,'Fort
.hassee. County Judge -J. Copeland, Orange SOLID COMFORT OFFICE
Reid, "la.. APPLIANCES
; Park.,
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. .
'Tallahassee. 'Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Collector of Revenu'e-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.

Public Instruction Tb. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.;, '
Superintendent of .. .. '
: Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, i- .
t Foster; Tallahassee. 0 ; _
Adjutant-General: Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J.. Branning..
Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker., PUTNAM: COUNTY.

,..r BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.' Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-E. Harrison, Palatka. WITH THEM.

Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg.. Jerk'V. F. Forward, Palatka.

SC6 COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff:"Thomas Shally -
t Clerk:-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. County Judge-W. M. Ives,-Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods. ::
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Collector of Price. No. 8 Flat Top.
Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Revenue-Joseph Why use Desks of ordinaryconstruction
Building! Jacksonville. Sheriff J; W.; Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. when
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A.'. D.-Brown;; Lake City. Strickland. for slight

Chief Justice-E. M. Randall,Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR-COUNTY. additional cost you can have

Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent School- *-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improvements -
'F t :Lake City. Sheriff Green B.'Weaver; Perry.- -- ? Awkward closets and

yt see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY.County'JudgeWilliam Clerk-John C.'Calhoun, Perry. """" side drawers,done with
Jacksonville. A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. Faulkner, ; I .' away

Clerk V. H:Foster:, Tallahassee. sonville. *. Perry. We substitute revolving cases,

CIRCUIT JUDGES. H Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer D. S. Sutton, Perry. ? p ) .. t f. I'W' Which :swing with a slight

first 'Circuit-Augustus t E. Maxwell, Pen- 'Sheriff Uriah'Bowden, Jacksonville.' County SurveyorI. N::Cox, Perry. : I n u',,,., i' ', r.; =_ ,touch of the hand, and are
Daniel P. Smith Jack- CoUectoroJrReieml -J. B. Hardee, Perry. ,
Assessor Taxes
of --
3 sacola. ;:: .." .h r.r.'I\:"d! l. thus enabled to furnish double-
sonville. .Assessor.o/.: :-R; L.Henderson. '' '''h'i'J'' I, .......
Tallahas- -
S. Walker, ( "' -
'a Se o d.aiJ'cuit-David = the generally
trm space on
Collector of venue-Moscs J. Brown, ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. I' .'itt I' .. -E-
Third Jacksonville ;- -:- =: :-=-. each side, and when cases are-
E. J. Vann Madison. I '.II --
Circuit- '
County JudgeC R. ;Cooper, St.' Augus-, -
Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- the whole
1'' Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson-, sell Jacksonville. tine. A : ,, -' -=- open' interior i is
: .. -
ville. Clerk-Bartol Oliveros, St. Augustine. flooded with light and all
Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gainesville HAMILTON COUNTY. Sheriff Ramo ,,!Hernandez, St. Augustine Jio. 14 LowDown Roll Top. 'portions readily reached with-

', *, County Judge Henry ,'J.;Stewart, Jasper. Assessor "of 'axes-A.'D.., :,TI gero; St. out'change of position.. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to
14 Sixth C'ircuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa! Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper: i Augustine.
& Seventh Oircuit-'V.Archer Cocky Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

m Assessor of Taxes-J..M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. f. -,

CL nrt Calendar, Collector of Revenue-' Wi H.-; H. McLeod.' Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, L TaEWOOTON

b Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. ... *
of Schools-J. W. Reed,
:r Fall Term- Jasper. .SUMTER COUNTY.County Cabinet Office Secretary.
,a Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. : ? HERNANDO COUNTY. Judge JfR. Steele, Leesburg,
, Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J.'Ivey, Leesburg.
:' "; ,. Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Ir County Judge-:W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff J. S.'Dyches, Leesburg

I in October. ville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. N
I ii4The most and elegant desk
Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. spacious ever re-
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin : Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson-,
B. Mickler Brooksville. .d to the business
October. Sheriff-J. Sumterville. public. One hundred and

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-R. Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-' u ,, s s, <<'" ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

October. ville. ston, Sumterville._. lock and
Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich,Brooks- ..- one key Especially adapted for Mere -
Escambia, 1st Monday: in December. ''i
ville. SUWANEE COUNTY.County chants Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Offi-
This act amended section 2 of act of February -
&hoo18-A.M.C.Russell Judge-M. Ml Blackburn Live Professional Men
10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of vials and generally.
Fort Dade.,
Spring Term. A. 'Reid, Live Oak.
THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. Wooton Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
Taylor, 1st Tuesday' after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Collector of Ret'enue'Vilson: H. Sessions,

April.Madison. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones ,
: Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. 'Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, Live Oak. .
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.

in April: Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson
{l Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-- ,


Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins. Enterprise.
' W.A. Cone \
Sheriff Enterprise.
'J "April.Fall ,:,
Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. j.
Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen
Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello.
1st after 1st Monday in Cove. -.q., I -RUB
Taylor, Tuesday
1 Superintendent oJ'Schoo18-W. R. Taylor, Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, ,Glen "r i ': .' r
October. Monticello. .' .'. .t h,: .. .. """ '>.' :,"
xiI Madison, 2d Monday in October. Cove. I
County 7Teasure1'-'V. M. Girardeau, Mon-
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello.. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, _

v Suwannee October. 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin ticello.Collector of,.Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise. WAKULLA COUNTY. 1 v- '-L

Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. 'Grantham. Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

October. keenah. Sheriff-Charles Alligood, Crawfordville..
c Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat.'R.Walker: Crawfordville.: THE FLORIDA
October. .Superintendent. 'of Schools-E. Y. Watts, -.7 iti
FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville.

Spring Term-, sheriff-J. J. Johnson, Old Town. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw- TOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY;

St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal.A. McAlpin, New Troy. fordville.

Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent., of Schools:-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. Collector of Ret'enueC.. ,Craw- Fernandina,
Bradford, Tuesday in April. fordville.
Treasurer J. M. N. Peacock New
'i Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County, Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker,. Craw- ,Towns,on R. R. ,Xine
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in :April. Troy. t ford ville.
Collector Ret'enue-Adelbert S.
of Ackley
: Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Old Town. SANTA ROSA. And Cedar Key.

.Fall Term-, Assessor Taxes David Townsend County Judge-John Chain.
"of ,
WWi St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
' Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. NewTroy. Treasurer Robert Robinson.

,l t? Bradford .Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Collector of RmenueW. J. Williams.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Assessor,.of.Taxes-W. J. Stephens. | |Offers to' Lessees..and. Purchasers ,a large fix=

4 r Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. : number f.t. e'1J.0st eligible and desirable
CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry.. Felkel: POLK. .' a

"Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-3.-A.. Fortner. "' ,Lots, suitable for ;:Business. ;'Purposes, or.for
Treasurer J. L.'Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce:
Sumter 3d Monday in March.
Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bowen. City or Suburban Residences,
, .
, Ir Marion, 4th Monday in March. hassee. Treasurer-F.F.'Bevi lle. .
Putnam after 4th Monday in *
t. March. Tuesday. Assessor of Taxes(}.A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret'enue-J.D. Filles. 'UPON' ASY'TERfS..
Taxes W. Johnson.
Ui+ Levy ,4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of -
;' March.:, LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-:P. R. McCrary.DADE. .

'klfr Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal; Discounts on""Valued. allowed" to
March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. '
"i Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen.E.. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing"or indus-
Clerk-P. W. Faulkner.Sheriff
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of'Ret'enue-. Barco, Cedar
Wm. M. Mattaur. rial who will erect the
Key. enterprises, on prop- ,= ; .
Marion, 3d Monday in October.
Treasurer J. Wm. Ewam
Superintendent of.Schools-J. B. Menden-, -
Putnam,.3d Tuesday in November. ; Collector Ret'enue-'Vm. H. Benest.
of substantial
erty purchased improvementsfor
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall Bronson. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H.Benestr '
Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY.
JACKSON. residence, or in which to conduct their
November. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. V l f.r:
Spring' TennOrange -. son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. : rECT cr l GjH::uH'1 l

,' 4th,Monday in January. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS ER pA Nt.VLfl
Volusia, 3d Monday, February.. Sup r ntend itt of Schools=Samuel l J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Heam. P IN VERi _
Brcvar.l,1st Monday in :March. Madison. Collector of Ret'cnue-John B. Anderson. OUTOF OSD .R.
for term of
Dade 3d Monday in April. Assessor Taxes W. B. by exemption a ... years from
County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. of -- Wynn. w LS NO tywr *
-re i -- -
Jail Term- Collector of RevenueB.' : D. Wadsworth. Superintendent oj Sclwols-Samuel Erwin.. taxation, 'offered by' the several cities and < ?
Orange, Monday August. Madison. '

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, ,Mad- FRANKLIN. towns. Apply to i .BffHBfeGiM
Brevard 4th Monday in September. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. .
Dade, 2d Monday in'November.County ison. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS., W. LEWIS, i ; 30 UNION SQUARE r NEW YORK-

Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. \\.ANT.t
County Judge-Z. 'r. Crawford, Manatee. Treasurer-R.: H. Porter. !.r!'Office;cor..Beach &7thsts.. I'v \CAGO ILL. OHIQ MASS. GA-
Officers Clerk-Robert S: Griffith, Manatee. Collector of Rev'ezne-George Patton. I
ALACnUA. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. e 1 ; j I FOR SALE BY
Assessor ,Taxes.:;..W. F.Parrish Braden- i
of -
'County Judge-Junius C.. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent ofSc/tools-Henry C. Hicks._
: town.' '...,' _D".. ; ,:+ ;,: ';: JAMES lcGIFFIN,
cue.ClerkJ.. A.. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. \, :

Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. : : : AND BUILDER.Alachua .
.H. Gaines Superintendent of Schools-Felix. J.Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. /" '..*.."! .; ., <. CONTRACTOR
Assessor of Taxes-S. Wienges, :: It : : ;;
Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. .... ;. '. :-.t '- ) ;: ,- .'
ville. ,. l:: ,: Street,between Second and Third,
MARION COUNTY. Treasurer-A. M. Smith. '" ""
Collectorof Revenue-H.C. Denton,Gaines
ville.', : . County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall:,0cala.: Collector of Ret'enue-R.M. Morgan. tf : 'FERNANDINA, FLA.
t m
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheath,. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. S'+?
Gainesville. herif-A. B. Crutchfield. Ocala. Superintendent Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Orders and estimates from a distanCe5fully .

attended to.

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.t--, _., Day Pas.M Pas.
t *- ? :' j-; i. : TO ST. MARK'S.) _

'. '.". : Leave Cedar.Key' .............. ......A.M. P.M. :Leave Tallahassee..800: a n_::
I 7.30 7.30 Arrive Waknlla......,....... .......
J. LO.HMAN"S 9.05 a m
-We : ... Rosewood.............;....,.. 8.02 8.10
St.fark's.: -.....,,....;............ 9.30 a m
; Leave Otter Creek.,... .....!... .
.,, : 8.30 8.55
Mark's-.......................10.00 a.m.I .
Leave Bronson.......,.............
9.12 9.55 I Arrive Wakulla-............................10.25
a m.
GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR A LARGER BUSINESS HAVing -' \ ;}- : ." ,Leave Archer.......................,. 9.43 10.30 Arrive
HAVE :MADE Tallahassee.....................11.30
a m
I STOCK OF GOODS ; .:; ,---t;:' t : .Leave Palmer....................... 9.58 10.49
J[ an:. INCREASED .. .,.. ..',.:.. :' ;:..,.... .;. '. .- .. Leave.Arredondo.................10.12 11.06 CONNECTIONS.At --' .
) "** '. i .. Leave Gainesville.................10.36 11.36A.
L nNUT!N SMFOI RT TS Flm ll: h&WII DRBU G GOODS D mTBIIG! :;: '- ;?,'7- max'; ;\ M. all points Jacksonville North and with East Waycross; with the Line Fernan-for

0't Arrive Waldo.. ..
.. .. ..........11.18 12.30 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan
.' '.'.,.--,.-"" ,", ..;. '.- Leave Waldo-...................:..;.11.32 2.00 dina ; and with Steamers for all points- -

'f ...... '. ,-..: .: 'Leave Thurston..ll.55: 2.30 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc. on

SHOESnd ':, ... ,: ,;,' : P.M. At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen-
than you pay ,."t. i Leave Starke-.......................12.30 2.50 insular Division for Gainesville Ocala .Fer
and Iconvince "'. Leave .................... -
another house for the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing ,, i Temple's 12.35 2.58 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
in you of the Importance'of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of every ten.1w :. ."!.""'". L"' ,.".,- >;iJI.t's"i;'t:'--.;. Leave Lawtey_ ......:.............12.53 3.22 At Live Oak, with the Savannah Florida ..
will Sixth and Ash Sts. ; -,'.';';".'i',' ;. "i/,' .:';. ,';.,': .;ooo!! .' Leave Highland..................... 1.11 3.45 &Western.Railroad. .

.- J. LOIIMAN, Cor. ... ... ; Leave Manville..,..............;.... 1.29 4.15 At Tallahassee with St., Marks Branch
-. :-.Y" Arrive Baldwin.................... 1.51 4.50 :Railroad
on Tuesdays Thursdays 'and Sat-
.. ;.;', {. Leave BaldWIn...................... 1.56 5.40 urdays.At .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. r y Leave Brandy Branch......;.... 2.15 6.00 Cbattahoochee River, with the Pensa-

L ," Leave Dutton.._.......,............. 2.30. 6.15 cola & Atlantic'Railroad for :Mariannal Pen-
: Arrive Callahan..................... 3.00 6.50 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, #
sxm ,- Leave Callahan..................... 3.15, 7.20 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,
SEA ISLAND ::ROUTE: Leave Hart's Road''Junction... 4.07 8.16 and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
'! -4.iM1-4r rviT zi -! Arrive Fernandina4.35: 8.50 Columbus and Eufaula.
v 7 Jj1J'- Day Passenger daily except. Sunday; The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route. to

r''.uFSr 5I- I -'1" ----z--_=- --=-. rm rP- !' ,tlL.'h.a +.aryR.. r, _i: __ GEORGIA AND"-FLORIDA Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. all points West.Through .
Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths

7 a 4P"Si.. .m4- DIVISION:. ,secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
Inland Steamboat Co. WALDO; TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) and at new office southwest corner of Bay

.. and Hogan, Jackson vil1 e.,Fla. ti
; d. -a; d1LY GOING- SOUTH. A. o. MACDONELL,
Day Pas. Nt Pas: Gen'l Ticket and Pass.
P.M. A.M. Fernandina Fla. )
Leave Waldo......................... 3.20 1.00 C. "". ;MAXWELL, 1
W1 Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.30 Master of ,
... A Delightful Tip: Along the ,Picturesque Leave Hawthorne............. ...- 3.54 1.50 Transportation Baldwin Fla., 3

r, y 3s Q'-w Sea Islands. Leave Lochloosa.....-............... 4.12 2.20 D. ,E. )MAXWELL ,
Leave Citra........................... 4.34 2.0 General Superintendent ,
-- Leave Sparr's........................ 4.48 3.09 Fernandina Fla. ,
t -s a. ; F ate t. .us- A PERFECT SERVICE.- Leave Anthony Place........... 5.02 3.25 I I!
Leave Silver: Spring: ............... 5.37 3.35 Savannah, Florida and Western '
-- Leave Ocala........,..;................ 5.58 4.17 1
THE IRON STEAMER, Leave Lake Weir Station.....;. 6.38 5.07 RAILWAY. ;

Leave Oxford......................... 6.55 5.27 t
......; Leave Wildwood..................: 7.12 5.55 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. i
-- flhJ1E Leave Leesburg..................... 7.50 6.55 All trains: ,of this road are run by Central t
:'.'"",,, ,, Iij"K'r '.. .. -, Arrive Tavares...................... 8.20 7.25 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes ij I '.
;:;: -:'"
_...". --."..,._ "'r t '
.;; .... .1 c ...., .. .. '.... "al.\h = F=' i [ GOING NORTH. slower than Jacksonville time.
: r
: --;-, '....:r- r-=.."";= ..;..- : ,..::"",, :.. A.M. P.M. 1
soufNpV8.'O.fir.4...'""' .. 40.1'E"r .- .d"'i-'i::;: ... ,, Leave Tavares....................... 625 5.20 and after Sunday'January; ,18, 1885,

.. Leave Leesburg...................... 6.55 6.08 ON Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas
MARY MORGAN Leave Wildwood.;... ...............' 7.25 7.10 follows: ''I
1 A. B. NOYES Leave Oxford...!.......'.............. '7.36 7.26 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS." i
Leave Lake.Weir Station....... 7.52 7.49 Leave Jacksonville daily"at-......... 7:30 am .
: DEALER IN LEAVES MON- Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 8.50 Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm' :
and.Friday. evenings, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53 Arrive at Callaahn daily! at........... 8:08 a m
FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES, arriving at Savannah every Tuesday, Thurs Leave Anthony Place........u.. 9.25 9.36 Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:00 a m I}

day and Saturday mornings.LEAVES Leave Sparr's.i....................... 9.38 9.53 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m
and Grain Ship Stores SAVANNAH; afoot of Lincoln Leave ..Citra.....;...................: 9.53, :10.16 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........3:30 p m. i
Hay street, every SundayTuesday and Thursday Leave Lochloosa............... ...10.15 10.46 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m
.. evenings,arriving at Fernandina every Mon- Leave Hawthorne................10.37 11.15 I Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m
FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS, day, Wednesday and Friday morning. Leave Dixie.........................10.55 11.40 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m I
I I Passengers North-bound connect at Savannah A.M. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m

CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE with Rail and Steamship Lines; and Arrive Waldo.... .....-............11.20 12.15 Arrive! at Savannah daily a"t........ 1:30 PIn''
South-bound Passengers reaching Savannah ,, S Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m
# DayJPassenger daily except Sunday;
by Rail, or the Ocean Steamship Companyfrom Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pens
; Prices Low as the Lowest. New York and Boston, or Boston & Night Passenger daily.F. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-

Savannah Steamship Co:, connect via the cola. Mobile, New Orleans, Texas all trans-
N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis., Fernandina, Fla. Morgan with the Florida Railway & Naviga- & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION., Mississippi: points! Possengers for Bruns-

tion Company for (FERNANDINA.. JACKSONVILLE.) wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia

A.M. P.'M. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this.
an Ordinance to Amend the Police Ordinance Ordinance for Fixing the Rate of Assessment CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES, Leave Fernandina..11.10 5.10 train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile 1'I i

Approved May 2S, 1877. I for Taxation for the Year 1885. NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AND.MEXICO. Leave Hart's Road..............11.43 5.37 and New Orleans.

I? ORDAINED BY' THE CITY IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY For tickets apply to Leve & Alden P.M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- $
BE Fernaudiua Fernandina cies ticket agen- Arrive Jacksonville..............12.50 6.35 ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. it
Council of : Council of : or any regular agent.
Pullman Palace Cars
SECTIQN 1. The Mayor shall keep a docket. SECTION 1. That for the purpose of meet- F. W. SIMMONS, Agent, GOING NORTH. ville to St. Louis via Sleeping Waycross. Jackson"i 1
book, irt: which he shall enter the title of ing the''current expenses of said city, andthe'past.due Fernandina, Fla.C. A. M. P. M. f I
WILLIAMS Gen. Leave Jacksonville............... 8.45 2.30 ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.
case brought before him all thereof for Ag't,
every adjourn- Indebtedness the Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 1:25 m J
Savannah Ga. Leave Hart's Road............... 9.43 3.42 p
ments, the time and manner of the trial or 1884, there be raised, by a levy -
year upon
at Jacksonville daily at..12:30
A. 0. MAcDONELL Arrive Fernandina:..............10.10 12 Arrive p m
other disposition of the case the judgmentand the 'real and of the '
personal property cityas
Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:04 pin' 1
sentence, including the costs assessed, assessed, a tax of twelve and one-half Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, Trains. daily except Sunday. Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 3:50 p m !
the names: of all witnesses sworn on the trial, ((12) mills on the dollars, as follows : Fernandina, Fla. SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jesup daily at............;... 5:25 m t
and all other proceedings had by and before For current'expenses..................1 per cent. D. E. MAXWELL, Leave Jacksonville... .................. 9.10 a. m. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p p m i f
him in'each case, and he shall sign his For past due Bonds.....................2J mills. General Superintendent, Arrive Fernandina10.33 a. m. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa- 15 !

name threto: after rendering judgment. SEC. 2. That the one ((1)) per cent. of the Fernandina, Fla. Leave Fernandina...................... 4.00 p.m. vannah. This train stops at all local sta- r
SEC. 2J Whenever any fine or costs shall tax above assessed for current expenses may Arrive Jacksonville.................... 5.25p.m. tions between Jacksonville and Savannah.FAST .
be imposed on any person convicted of any be paid in scrip or cash ; but that the remainder MAIL. J t
offense the shall commit the accusedto
Mayor of the tax the two and
the custody of the Marshal with orders to or CONNECTIONS.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m I
mills of the .
((21)) ; assessed, shall be Ji
collect the said fine and costs, and turn said Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 in .
fines and costs over to the Mayor, and if the paid Passed in cash first, bonds or coupons. I .. : _"" ; ::_,:. ,:"" .'.',:; .>.1.-.1.if FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive! at Callahan daily! at-......... 3:10 p m )
December 3
said fines and costs are not paid immediately reading 1884. With New York and Fernandina Steam- I Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Ii IiI
commit: the prisoner to the city jail, Passed second December reading 3 1884.December 3, 1884. ship'Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m j
Adopted '
there to be imprisoned until said fine and '. for New York on'Thursday. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 pm I
costs shall be paid; provided, that such imprisonment Attest G. F. AVERY, President. .<.- ...',' I ,With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:45 a nx I

shall not exceed one day for : E. O. FRIEND Clerk '.' :. nah 'and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Washington D.C., daily-11:00 p m
each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine :" ;\ :; .,; CALLAHAN.To Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m al il t
and costs.. Approved : _.' "+ .'.'- ._ and from Savannah and Charleston, Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars
W. H. POPE : '. ..
Sue. 3. All persons imprisoned in the .,- If"j't'l <.i and all points North and West, daily.AT Jacksonville to New York without change. '
city jail _under sentence. of the Mayor's : < :;\ Passengers for Brunswick take this train. j"j i
Court, or for failure to pay a fine and'costs- R. AUSTIN: : JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. .
To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT
may be employed, byt direction of the Mayor, I 0 '.<.. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 5:35 p m
at labor upon the streets or public works of I MANUFACTURER OF .. WILDWOOD.- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m II l
the city, and all persons imprisoned for non ,. With Stage Line' to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:30 p m .1' f
payment of fines and costs shall receive a Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND :' Tampa daily. except Sunday.. Arrive! at Waycross daily at-......... 9:00 p nv -J' r
credit at the rate of one dollar per day, with AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive! at Jesup daily at................10:55 p m J
subsistence, for such labor, which shall be ::, .} r :' 1,:::: {:: :.7;;; : With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Macon daily at............... 7:50 am I J
credited on the amount of fine and costs DEALER IN : . West and Havana, every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:15 a m f t
charged against them. -. Orleans every.Friday; from Key West and Pullman Buffet and Sleeping ,Cars via ;
SEC. 4. The Marshal, under the directionand Havana every Friday : from New Orleans Waycross and Pullman 'Palace Sleeping
supervision of the Mayor, shall have 1AIL,0 R OL'1'IC E IndC00 x ST0 T VE S Sy every Saturday. Cars via Jesup, 'Jacksonville to Cincinnati. 'I i

charge and control of the city jail and of all With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Connections at Atlanta with Western and t

prisoners confined therein, and shall be responsible for and from, Key West, Monday and Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and

for their safe keeping and propercare. ? 4o'nll olfi'1't7iR'1 Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Mon- Georgia Railroads for all points West and I {
All persons arrested by the Police of day and Friday.For Northwest. t

this city for any offense, either with or with- RAILROADS.TIME ; information,, respecting routes, rates, EAST FLORIDA. PRES8. p f

out a warrant, shall be immediately deliv- etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:50 p m i II
ered by the officer making the arrest to the CARD dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:00 a m x

Marshal at the jail, together with the war irk OF THE ,' sonville. Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 9:41 p m i
rant or statement of the cause of arrest, and ?hrn'l4U 1'L X t t Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10 a m i r

such person shall thereupon be held in custody FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGAtiON COMPACT. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m I II '

by the Marshal, subject to the further I Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50 p nv .1
order of the Mayor.SEC. In Effect January 25th, 1885. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm ;
5. The Marsh keep a recordof Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a m I
all prisoners confined in the city jail, TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m.
giving the date of their commitment and (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR'KEY.) WESTWARD.No.1. Arrive at Montgomery daily at....., 7:48 p m !

discharge, by what authority and for what (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, ..Time.) No. 3. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m i
cause, and shall report every morning to the GOING Day Pass. Night Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:05 a m f
Mayor !list of all prisoners received by him' SOUTH.Day Pas. m Pas. Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30am 3.55pm Arrive at Savannah daily at..........6:05 a m I
during the preceding twenty-four hours. Arrive Baldwin ...........: 8.11 am 4.39 p m Arrive at Charleston daily at.1240: p m i
SEC. 6. All Ordinances or parts "of Ordi- Of the Latest and :Most Patterns. A.M. P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 8.16am .4.43pm Pullman Palace Sleepiug Cars Jackson-
Approved Leave Fernandina.............,_.10.25 5.30 Lake City........... 9.47am 6.40pm i
nances conflicting with the provisions of ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.50 6.10 ;
this LiveOak............10.31am 7.43pm
Ordinance and Cars Jack-
arc hereby repealed. Pullman Buffet Sleeping
COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, Arrive Callahan..11.42 7.15 Madison ..........11.57 a m 9.15 pm i
FirstreadingDecemberO, 1884. Leave Callahan,....:...............11.52 7.40 Monticello; .........12.40 m sonville to, Washington, D. C. Pullman ;
Second reading December 9, 1834. Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 8.20 p Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan I
Passed its third reading and adopted December LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, P.M. Arrive Tallahassee2.27pm' nah. Connections at Montgomery with ;
Leave Tallahassee.......-2.32pm 12.00 n't
9, 1884. Louisville' and Nashville Railroad for ;
Leave Brandy. Branch.12.38 8.38 ............. 3.34 m 1.22 am
G. F. AVERY, President of Council. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Arrive Bald win....................12.55 9.05 Quincy River.... 4.50 p Orleans and Texas points and the West and i
Arrive Chatta. I
Attest: Leave Baldwin...................... 1.00 10.00 pm Northwest. At Savannah with Central
EMIL 0. FRIEND, Clerk. Leave Maxville..................... 1.30 10.30 EASTWARD.No. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Approved : DRIVEN WELLS'A SPECIALTY Leave Highland..................... 1.48 10.51 No. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
__ W. II. POPE. Leave Lawtey........................ 2.02 11.12 Day Pass. Night Pass. way for all points North, with steamshipsfor
Leave Temple's..................... .2.18 11.35 LeaveChatt'chee River.10.45 a m New York, Philadelphia, Boston and
"'. K. RAUKNIGI1T, AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.45A.M. Quincy............12.20 p m 2.07 a rn Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
I TIN for Tin Gutters Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27pm 3.36pm New York. Philadelphia Baltimore.

AGENT, "Wind Mills for pumping water promptly or running filled. Leave Thurston-..................- 2.54 12.05 Leave Tallahassee ......- 1.34 p m 3.48 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail ,

WHOLESALE'AND RETAIL light machinery promptly erected on order. Arrive Waldo......................... 3.14, 12.35 Ie Monticello......... 2.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage
AND STOCK DEALER, Church, Factory and School Bells for sale Leave Waldo......................... 3.25 1.15 Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
BUTCHER 14 ._...... 5.39 8.33 a m secured at Company's office
Live Oak. p m and sections
at a bargain. Leave Gainesville.........,........ 4.05 2.20
ANDDealer JgS"Stoves at Wholesale Prices. Leave Arredondo................... 4.23 2.45 Lake City......... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Aster's Building, 84 Bay street, and at De-

in Ice All goods delivered at the various trans- Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.34 2.58 Arrive Baldwin............' 8.01 pm 11.26 am pot Ticket Office, and on board People'sLine
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY portation stations within the city. free. of Leave Archer....................... 4.51 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31 a m Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
charge. All sales for cash. Leave Bronson..:.........-......... 5.21 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville.....: 8.50 p m 12.16 p m and JENNIE LA. E. TAYLOR
JAS. L. ,
BROOM STREET WHARF, : Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.00 5.05 Trains and 2 daily; Trains and 4'will
CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. ....... of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent.
Leave Rosewood.......... 6.33 5.55 not run west '
9Uf FERNANDINA/'FLA. Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.03 6.35 will run Mondays. A. M. IVES, Agent.THE 1

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THEFLORIDA;; RRbR.'l. Ward's- Line Transfer. That nearly every one else has been suffer J.,:&,,T. Kydd 4 '\ ..;
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ing with colds likewise. Have just ,received 2,000 yards Hamburgi '., .' } \1.--:: !, -4. ; .
Insertings-bdught :
,O A YEAR $J.OO.FOR SIX,MONTHS That nqthing is "happening" now but Edgings per 1 "
; -.. Or TRANSFER FOR PASSENGERS. below manufacturers' prices, which they .... -' : :, :
the weather, 8n<\-it happens to be so bad and .
The steam propeller Cumberland,the St. offer at astonishingly tlow'prices. Call I
Reflections.The Augustine transfer boat of:Ward's Cuban that all other incidents are obscured and ,see them. .' /' '. '' *.. : -.:' :.\..- >':-', ',' <.; .' ... "

we cannot find enough to make a note of;
., line, left. St. Augustine on Tuesday 'noon Hollandlsh Herring.Just ,
schooner is 800 -'
Mulford loading. tons therefore, reader, pleaseliote this. .
with forty for the steamship arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S.
of old rails for Philadelphia. That the ladies of the Methodist Aid Soci-
Newport, which'were to be transferred out Cor. Sixth and Ash sts. Two Millionsof
Mr. Rapaler,son'of the famous banker of ety gave a fine oyster supper Thursday even-
side the bar. But owing to the heavy sea
London, is a guest of the Egmont.The. ing; Atlantic Pavilion.
running the transfer could not be made, acres of Farming
.tax-books for the collection of state and the tide being then too low and the sea .That they introduced a novelty in church Mrs: Sweeney, would be pleased to see her Orange,
sociable oyster stews ; friends and the old patrons ,of the Idle Timber and Grazing Lands
and county taxes close'Saturday too to the St. bar the
rough cross Augustine "
Hour at the Atlantic Amelia.
That they surprised every one by putting on situated in
Mrs. H. R. Johnston, of Indianapolis, is captain made a run for this port, reachinghere Beach, where she is now established. 29 counties, and
oysters them, and plenty of them.
visiting the family of Mr. F. B. Papy. about midnight, landing a hungry and comprising the lands bought

The excursions to Dungeness Wednesdays sea sick lot,of people. 'The ladies of the St. Peter's Church. Last Notice to TaxPayers.I by Sir Edward J. Reed from

and Saturdays are well patronized. party especially suffered severely. Rev. O. P. TIIACKARA Rector. will be at my office on Second street, the State of Florida ,

The officers of the Cumberland stated that SUNDAY SEBVICEL rear of Prescott's shoe store, daily during in 1881,
For personal, reasons we anticipate our : February from 9 a. m. to 3 m., for the.
are novoffered
they were surprised to find the entrance to Morning, with Sermon, 10:30. m. Evening at graded
,day of publication hours. purpose of receiving the State and county
by twenty-four
our harbor so smooth, while both at St. with Sermon, 7 p. m. Sunday School taxes for 1884. Property on which the taxes prices. These lands

Signals were displayed at the United States Augustine and the St. Johns it was very at 3 p. m. remain unpaid on March 1st will be adver- lected Hon. were se-

signal station'several times during the past rough.If LENTEN SERVICES: tised. W. F. SCOTT, by Hugh A. Cor-
Morning Prayer, Litany, Wednesday and
Collector Revenue Nassau
week. the Ward Line wish to make a success Friday morning. Evening Prayer, daily, Fernandina, January 31 1885. County. ley, late Commissioner of the

General Austin, who knows where is to be ful transferring point for their Florida pas- except Saturday HOLY, 4:30 COMMUNION p. m.' : State Land Office, and Mr.

found comfort is again cheerful and happyat sengers they will have to locate it here, for First Sunday in every month, 10:30 a. m.; Notice to City Tax-Payers. .M. Williams, late for
the Egmont.The it is the only harbor in East Florida that can : third Sunday in every moath, 7 a. m. 'Dur- I am now'ready to receive the city taxes sale of State lands

schooner Schmidt, loaded with rails be entered at all times. The peculiar forma- I ing Lent, every Sunday except first Sunday. of 1884. Can be found at my office, next which fact
NOTE-The time is Standard. door to Custom-House. from 9 a. m. to 4 p. is a guarantyof their
and fastenings for this is ice-bound tion of the coast enables heavy-draft shipsto The in high
port, seats this Church are free at all in. every day, except Sunday until March
a near Philadelphia. lie at anchor off the bar in comparativelystill services. 4th, 1885, after which time the books will be quality. The purchase known

water, and the transfer can be made "' closed, and all property that the taxes are the Reed Purchase
About 500 tons of rails are in the yard of as was
then in safety.A Range of Thermometer not paid on at that date will be advertised, only
the Florida Railway &Navigation Companyhere FOR THE WERK ENDING THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, as provided by.statute. .. opened for sale this and
of of the St. Johns tow- year,
captain one
1885, AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.7A.M.12M.3P.aI:6P.lt..
for General Gordon's road. C. J. "WESXBERG.
boats, who bad been performing the same WIND. City Tax Collector of Fernandina, Fla. the lands have not been culledor

t, The Mary Morgan, Captain Truitt, is making service that the Cumberland is now doing, Saturday, Feb.21.50 62 61 58 S. W. No
picked over.
Sunday, 22..54 65 65 63 S. W. part has
I fast and regular.trips; and meeting with stated recently in conversation that he was Monday, 23.....48 60 60 58 N. W. Special BargainsIn been

the general approval of the public. really surprised people would risk '''their 1'uesdaYtII" 24... 49 64 62 60 N., E. Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam- reserved in any manner,

lives in taking the steamer as they did off Thursday Wednesday, ," 26 25..52. ..52 71 64 70 64 68 62 N.N.' E.E. ask, at J. & T.; KYDD"S.Matttngs and the ,whole is open for sale.

Colher Friday, 27..00 00 00 00
St.Augustine; that he never made a trans- Mattings! Special prices on large tracts.

'w- between Brunswick and Fernandina. fer without feeling that they were liable at MARINE A great bargain in Fancy Mattings 15 Timber lands, virgin forests in

i *{';y.t. There are four cargoes of rails and fastenings any moment to be rolled under, by the cents a yard, at J. & T. KYDDS.
bodies of
Port of Fernandina.HIGH 50,000 acres and
{ Jfp on the docks for the Orlando Railroad, larger craft when alongside. up-

'* and it is being forwarded fast Every convenience will be given the line WATER. 'For Sale.A wards. Lands sold for cash
as as possible.
Saturday, February28. 7:27 A. M. 7:54 p. M. very good Organ, whose catalogue priceis
Fernandina Is rapidly growing in favor, for making this their transfer station ; and Sunday, March" 1...... 8:14 "" 8:42 $165, will be,sold at $55. or on long time.
i Monday, 2...... 9:00: 9:27"
especially with Northern people, who have we are certain that it will be demonstrated Tuesday, 3...... 9:43: '.' 10:10 Also, a $60 Sewing Machine at $40. The Florida Land and
, exhausted the less remote points.of travel. that this point is a much more favorable one Wednesday, "II 5.1107 4..10:25 "" 10:51"" MRS. MARY GODFREY. .Mortgage
I any on coast. ,Friday, 6..11:51 '0:00"' FLORIDA.
We have but two schooners in
now port
The convenience of landing, railroad (ENTERED. Private Board, ...
x seeking freight-one is the Hunter, the other At the Brick Seventh street.
Cottage on
communication,hotels and all other neces- Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, from
the Reid. They want to go to the south- 'Brunswick daily with freight and pas- near Egmont Hotel.
saries for the comfort and of
ward. conveyance sengers, to F. W. Simmons, agent. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor
t:f passengers are better here than elsewhere. Feb.23-Steamship State of Texas, John Risk, without board. Transient boarders will
The unpleasant features of travel in the from New York; freight and passen- I be accommodated.
to R. W. Southwick,
gers agent.
South, incident to a proper want of co-op- Accident to the State of.Texas. Steamship CumberlandKerts, Baltimore; :\IR. ."T. P. G. THOMPSON.

; eration between the several companies is The steamship State of Texas, of the Mal- for harbor. Fern ndina'Fla., January, 101885. "

19-Steamship Cam Marth (British), Hurrell, ___..____ __ _
removed. lory Line, arrived here Tuesday evening in Cardiff, to Wm. Lawtey. un

tow of the Gladiator. The State of Texas Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
; Senator H. C. Baker, who represented this Palatka; freight and passengers, to
left ,New York at her usual starting hour W. O. Jeffreys, agent. ,
a District in the last two Legislatures, has "
Steamship City of Monticello McKee,
and made
rii taken quarters with his family at the Mansion a very quick trip. Captain from Charleston: freight and passen-

House. John Risk telegraphed here Monday after gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent THE NEWPORT OF THE SOUTH.
25-Steamship City of Monticello McKee
that he would make this 5
noon port by from Palatka and
; freight passengers,
? Have seen the conductors of the
you o'clockthat evening. When off Sapello to W. 0. Jeffreys, agent.
' + Florida Railway & Navigation Company Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, from
' ; Sound the blades of the propeller broke and Savannah; freight and to
if 1.*; since the new schedule?-new uniforms, the steamer, was obliged to lay to. Soon F. W. Simmons, agent. passengers 4THE EGMONT r HOTEL[!

brass buttons, etc. Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, from
after the steamship Newport, of 'Vard'sCuban Savannah; freight and passengers, to

: The schooner Mary Morris, bnnging stone Line, hove in sight, and signals F. W. Simmons, agent.
upon "
25-Steam-packet Mary Morgan,Truitt, from GEORGE MELLON, Proprietor,
for the firm of Lara& Ross, contractors of '
set by the State, took her in tow, leav- Savannah; freight and passengers

,, : the jetty work, and coal for the Egmont Ho- ing her outside the bar buoy. Mate Frank F. W. Simmons, agent.
tt 26-Brig Hery's (British), Balduc: Monte- _
tel, discharged this week, and is bound for Dennett came up to the city in a small boat, video; ballast. .

a" Charleston, S. C., to load with cross-ties. and the Gladiator was engaged to tow the 25-Bark ballast.Memoria (Nor.) Hoist, Rochefort;

The elegant steamships of the Mallory ship to port, and she arrived here Tuesday Schooner Lester A. Lewis, Coombs. New -
York; jetty stone. -
Line are meeting with great success. These evening, the usual time of the arrival of the Schooner Ocean Traveler(Dan.)Thomas, _

steamships have excellent accommodations, steamers of the Mallory Line, notwith- St. Croix; ballast. .=- ::: -_ -
26-Schooner Silas C. Evans Benson I
; general =
and the Fernandina agency is well repre- standing the accident. The cargo was discharged merchandise, to A. B. Noyes. -- _- -= -

sented in the person of R. W. Southwick. and spare blades, which are carried ,CLEARED.SteamPacket II,

all the of this line in to- Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for 1ji'tiiiiiiilII I '
on steamships put ;
t The Florida Railway & Navigation line Brunswick daily, with freight and u

offers more attractions than ever for tourists day, and the steamer will proceed her return passengers, by F. W. Simmons agent. ,.,
Feb.23-Steamship State of Texas. John Risk for 1 a
Florida. The Southern Division voyage'without any further delay.
visiting New York; freight and passengers, by
' zy through Ocala and Silver Spring, on the The Newport is the steamer picked up R. W. Southwick, agent. -- 4 '' .
Steamship City of :Monticello, McKee, 4 4 IIIItIIIIII IdllI tIt l IIIIIIIIII utItIIIIIIO IBIfI Ilinlll Iroium w uuw Ifn neq uni M
Ocklawaha. Tavares. Wildwood, and the some two years since by the Western Texas, for Palatka; by W. O. = _'
i k beautiful Panasoffkee, can now be made of the Mallory Line, which was commandedthen SteamshipCity of Palatka, Vogel, for f
Charleston by W.O. Jeffreys, agent.
from Fernandina in less than a day. as the State of Texas is now, by Captain 25-Steamship'City of Monticello," McKee, hull UI! man

John Risk; so that the honors between the .for Charleston; freight and passengers, I
t From the West or North the journey to "by W. 0. Jeffreys; agent. I :"::L- ___- = ._ --4 1
commanding officers of the two steamshipsare ,
'gig Florida should be made via Savannah, and Steam-packet"." Mary Morgan, Truitt. for _
Savannah; freight and passengers, by :
thence by the Florida Railway & Naviga- easy. F. W. Simmons, agent. i
Marv Truitt, for
23-Steam-packet Morgan
tion boats the Inland Route Fire.
4 Company: on Savannah; freight and passengers, by
thus securing the advantage of a sail William Lake fired out some of his stockof F. W. Simmons, agent.
Steam-packet Mary Morgan,Truitt,from
through a strictly inland water course, full ornamental grasses quite 'unceremoniously Savannah; freight and passengers, to OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK,

of picturesque and interesting scenery, to Saturday night. A falling lampwas F. W. Simmons agent. .
19-Brig George E. Dale. Pierce, Ponce; lum-
ly Fernandina, the Newport of the South. the cause. The building adjoiningAustin's ber, by C. H. Huot. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.NOW
, 23-Bark Nord America, Ferguson, Buenos .
hardware store caught fire in the ; ,
< Rooms be in at the
may engaged advance Ayres; lumber, bv J. C. Read.
'4 Egmont by wire or letter. The house is roof, but was extinguished by a few pails of Schooner Manzanilla, Trophy, Barba-

open, and is located in a position to water; and Sunday, but for the timely:discovery does; lumber., L. A. Davis&Bro. OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
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1 meet the wants of the most fastidious. of a fire in 'the roof of J. E.-Med-, Novelties "

i Mr..George Mellon, who opened the Eg-. daugh's residence, a serious conflagrationwould Call and see the latest novelties in Cham-

r, mont Hotel this season, is well known, and have occurred, as the wind 'wasin a breys and Seersuckers at MODE: BROS.

when the advantages of close connection direction to take the residences of Messrs..
Eggs for Hatching.
I H. Prescott and H. J. Baker.
North and South are considered,, it will
Plymouth Rocks, Brown and White .

*J 7 doubtless prove a prosperous season. Mrs. Grundy Says: Leghorns, choice stock. Two dollars per
% setting of 13. W. F. SCOTT.
That some one has endeavored to obtain a GET OUR PRICES
s', The Goldens Coming.
:little cheap fame by naming a part, of Spring tt1 ul Summer ClothingAt
This favorite dramatic company, which
Alachua street. "Petty. Avenue," and posting New York st.
? has been making..a tour through the State, i i notices thereof; AT PAUL FUNKE'S. -FOR4SASH -

; will give two..entertainments at Lyceum
That possibly there is an effort to incorporate ,
p Hall on Monday and'Tuesday evenings. Shoes. ++++++++++++++++++++ '
.''The Daughter of the Regiment" and' a suburban village as an addition to the Our C.,P. Beatum $2.50 Gent's Shoe is the

best value in the State. :MODE BROS.
'Confusion".arebilled: for these occasions. city.That '
it is fortunate the fire in J. E. lIeddaugh's -
t The Goldens are no strangers here. The Stilts,' Satins,and Laces. BLINDS DOORS ,
roof was so easily,extinguished, for
company is as good a one as there is on the AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
i the possible danger to the beautiful school ,
road and deserve a good support. Reserved ,
4 building across the way caused great excite-,
seats can now be secured at Horsey's New Spring Clothing.A .
ment our citizens! ++I ++++ II If +I+I +!++++}+{ +
drug store. among fine line of'New Spring Clothing, fash-

That the skating'rink still continues the ionable cut and well made, at low prices..

,Lenten Services at St. .Peter's. chief attraction to our young people, and. Fine Clothing a specialty at
J. & T. KYDD'S. Before Purchasing Elsewhere.A
During next week there will be a series,of also to some of the older ones. : .

special services in St. Peter's church. These That she wants to, around. when E. W. Towels I' Towels! \

services will have'a practical character, arid Nix tells his ,patrons how.to pronouuce the Remember the day, Monday, March 2d,

will be held by,Arch deacon'.Ki: rkby, whose name of that newly-invented apparatus he the biggest bargain ever offered in all Linen

late visit to Fernandina is remembered with has lately procured; Towels, at $1. Call and see for yourself, at LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED-
pleasure by all who had the opportunity of That she will bet he cannot do it at first .

i hearing him. Mission services will be heldon trial. Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.

the evenings of Tuesday, Wednesday and That great fear came upon many on board'' FERNANDINA FLA., ,1

Thursday, at 7 o'clock. On Wednesday afternoon the Stale of'Texas when the blades of her Feb. 20, 1885. J FRED 'W. HOYT 4 CO.

o'clock there will be broken regular annual meeting of the ,
at 4.30 ,a spe- propeller were ; THE
of the Florida Railway &
cial service, with an instruction to children, That ten thousand sewing,machines could Navigation Company will be held, at the

I =and .on Thursday afternoon, at the same not have'made a greater racket; office of the company at Fernandina Florida -

hour, an instruction to women on "'Voman's That through it all Purser Witt remainedthe ,on Tuesday,the 17th day of March, 1885, SECOND STREET, ABOVE, CENTRE. .;

Work in the Church.: imperturbable wit.. at 12 o'clock noon. ,
These services all are free, and to each and That George Lewis has been talking clear E. R. REYNOLDS, President. '

all of them the public are cordially invite downin his boots the past week. \ Secretary. F'ERNA.NDTA., : : : ; ,.: J.A. .

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