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: March 7, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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VOL.: VII. FERNANDINA, : FtA./ 'SATVRDA Y; MARCH 71885.. NO.. 15.:.... $

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CLEVELAND INAUGURATE party strife, the people's' choice was made, much by their:example to .encourage, with List of Letters, I ,NOTICE. '

but. its attendant circumstances have. demonstrated the. dignity of .their'officialfunctions. : that Remaining, ,in the Post-Office_ at Fernan, ] COMPLIANCE ,WITH THE ORDInances .
TAKING THE OATH OF OFFICE AMID THE,CHEEK anew the strength' and safety'of a plain way of life'which; among their fellow- dina, Nassau county, ,Florida, March 7th, ] of 'the City of Fernandina, the -

ISO OF TIlE MULTITUDE-HIS INAUGURAL government by the people. In each ,succeeding -, citizens, aids integrity and promotes thrift, 1885. Persons calling for these letters must following names have been' stricken from '
II the registration rolls of the city for the'year
ADPRESS. year it more clearly appears that prosperity, the genius of bur, institutions say advertised : 1885: :

Grover Cleveland was inaugurated President our democratic principle needs rio apology the needs of our people in the'home,life and Allen. Julia Armstrong.Susan I Alberts, Geo Avery; Arnold.'Anderson .

of the United States on Wednesdaylast and that in its fearless and faithful applica the attention which is demanded, for the Amazeen, John L Bryan,''Jno. G A Austin, LewisAlexander. -

with the most imposing ceremoniesand ion is to be found the surest guaranty of settlement and development of the resourcesof Brown Benton.MrsT; Leah 'Baker Brazal,,Joe H P Andrews, May D-* '{ ?

display ever witnessed at the National good government.But our vast country.The Brown, Sam Bomand, Peter Brown, Tom Bates. Henry: tr

Capital The daily papers have been teem the best results in the operation of a foreign policy commended by the ;Bigelow, Alfred 2 Bonk, Henry Brown Zechiel ,Bellows, T BBolden. .'. \

ing with the details the past three days. government wherein every citizen has a history, the traditions'and the prosperity of Brooks, James Cook H p' Bliss, Tom Geo '
Christopher. Thomas Carter, W HDrummond. Barker .
We give in brief the accounts sent by the share, largely depend upon a proper limitation our republic is the policy of, independence, A Dones, :Miss FDnval Burrongh.Harry Jeter Brown Bolts, Jos, John II :

Associated Press and the President's inaugural of purely partisan zeal, and, effort, anda favored by our known love of justice and by Edward Satumn Bram. Lewis Birt, WmBraswell "fix

address : correct appreciation of the! time when the our power. It is the policy of peace,suitableto ,Elackfred, }o'uller'Ida Bascomb. Chas A J .
Gilroy, James Gijmilliat, Luler '
AT THE GRAND STAND. heat. of the partisan should be merged in our interests. It is the,policy ,of neutrality Houston, D B Halding, Solomon Baker, Silas

Precisely at 12:30 the head of the procession the patriotism'! of the citizen. To-day the I rejecting any share .and Hippard, R Jones, William Clark,,Richard Curry, Riley ".

appeared coming out of the main east executive branch of the government is ambitions upon other continents and re- Johnson Hattie, Jones'Henry Capelia, Louis Caldwell, 'l'jwmpsow..n .fS

door of the Capitol, President Arthur transferred to new keeping, but this is still pelling their intrusion 'here*' jt is the policy Johnston James, Ch Ch Johnston Charlet Nora Culpepper, James Clinch,
Jones; Chas
the front of the platform fol- the of;all the people, and it i Cooper, Courter Geo'f I
stepped to government Monroe, and of Washington! and Jefferson King, W :.King..Crawford Cooper, Lewis Crump, '

lowed by the President-elect, Chief Justice should be none the less an object of their : : Peace, commerce and.honest. friend- Lewis, Freeman Longhtery, Julia Clay, J L Cully, J E B -

Waite and the Sergeant-at-arms of the Sen affectionate solicitude. At this hour the ship with all nations, entangling alliances Lorimer, P A Moreson,. Milly Clark, A F Clay, Wm H 11

uncovered they stood facing animosities of political strife the bitterness McCan, Hattie Pierce, FL Carthron, Lee I}
ate. All were as with none. Perkins, Sam Pelot,'J L 0 ";
the crowd, and the vast assemblage of partisan defeat, and the exultation of partisan A due regard for the interests and, pros- Perry, Judy Peterson, Miss Delaney, Thomas ''" Daniels, Henry .

cheered again and again forseveral minutes.The triumph should be! supplanted by an perity of all the people demands that bur Roberson, Dr W F Robinson, M C Dorsey, Columbus Dorsey, GeoDukehart "

persons who were to assist at the ceremonies ungrudging acquiescence in the popularwill finances shall be established upon 'such a Stuart, James Witman, John C Dorsey, Geo EdwarcTXC
S. T. RIDDELL, P. M Dewson Geo
were seated on the platform in the and a sober, conscientious concern for sound and sensible basis as shall secure the

following order: Chief-Justice Waite and the general weal. Moreover, if from this safety and confidence of business interests Traveler's Guide. Edwards, Plummer Epps, Wm F

Senator Sherman sat with the President hour we cheerfully and honestly abandon and make the wages of labor sure. and steady, : Ellis, W R Edwards Sara, Jr ..

elect; the committee of arrangements occu all sectional prejudice and distrust, and determine and that our system of revenue shall 1 'be so I TRANSIT & PENINSULAR;RAILROAD. Ellis, V A Eaton, Jno S C
,Day Passenger Train leaves Ellis, M J. Ervin, SamFraulin ;
piedseats immediately to the right of the in manly confidence with one another adjusted to relieve the'people from .unnecessary For Cedar Key and Wildwood, and Ervin, Robert

President-elect. The ex-President and ex- to work out harmoniously the achieve- taxation, having a due' regard ,to all points on Transit. Road........10.25 a. m.

Vice-President and the Associate Justicesof ments of our National destiny, we shall deserve the interests of the capital invested and the Savannah and all points North Fuller, BenFerreira Henry. II
Vice-President benefits which in'American' and West...............................10.25 a. m. John B Frank, Franz :: 1
all the our
the Supreme Court, the to realize workingmen employed industries '(connecting at Callahan.) Ferreira, R L ;

the Secretary and members of the Senate occupied happy.form'of government can bestow. and preventing accumulation of a For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all 1 i' 't

seats further on the right. The Dip On this auspicious occasion we may well surplus in'the Treasuryxtofempt to,extravagance -: the Florida Central & Gibbs. Adam Gam'brill. M N '" ;

Western Railroad................ ... John
' lomatic Corps occupied seats on the left of renew the pledge of our devotion to the and.waste. .. .. j 10.25a.m. Gage, Henry Gunn. T' .
bt' (connecting Baldwin.) Gardner J Godfrey, D S ':1'
the President, an( the heads of departments Constitution, which, launched by the founders Care for the prosperity 4/the Nation and Griffin, Sidney I
Day Passenger Train arrives .
retired generals ofthe army, the lieutenant- of the republic and consecrated by their for the needs of future settlers requires that 'From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and

general of the army, admiral of the navy, prayers and patriotic devotion, has for almost the public domain should be protected from all points on the Transit Road.. 4.35 p.m.. 'Hunter, Joseph Henderson, Geo j '1-

and officers of thearmy:; and navy, who, by a century borne the. hopes and aspira- purloining schemes and unlawful.occupa- From Savannah and all points in Hubbard, Jack Hubbard, Richards .'
the North and West................ 4.35p.m. Hippard, James Haley, CA...y.*. -1. .
have received the thanks Congress, tions of through prosperityand *
name, a great tion.The From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and Hagans, Perry Harrison, Dan -
governors and ex-governors| of states, and peace, and through the shock of foreign conscience of the people demand .that all points on the Florida Central Harris, JakeHercules Hall, Thomas A -; i

ex-members of the Senate took their seats conflicts and the perils of domestic strife the Indians within our boundaries shall be & Western Railroad................ 4.35p.m. Geo Hearst, John :"r1'
Howard J G .
/ Harris Z T
just behind the President. The membersand and vicissitudes. By the Father of his fairly and honestly treated as' wards of the Night Passenger Train leaves Hunter, Alonzo Hawkins, Wm. "a 1\

members-elect of the House occupiedseats Country our Constitution was commendedfor Government, and their education and civilization ForCedar, Key, Wildwood, and all Hamilton, Alfred )::
points on the Transit Road......... 5.30
the and other the resultofa of amity with view to their i ultimate p.m. '"- r
farther back on platform, adoption as spirit promoted a '
; Savannah and all points North Irons Marshall ;;. ):
persons included in the arrangements occu- and mutual concession. In that same spiritit citizenship, and that. 'polygamy in ,the and West........;.;..................... 5.30 p. m. : YY

pied the steps and: residue of the platformand should be administered, in order to pro- Territories-destructive of 'the family rela- (connecting at Callahan.) Jones, Joseph Johnson, John Ir 't i&

portico. At 12:40 p. m. President-elect mote the lasting welfare of the country, and tions and offensive to the moral sense of the For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all Johnson, Ward Jackson, John ; ;
the'Florida Central&'
Cleveland arose atld began his inaugural ad- to secure_ the full measure of its priceless civilized world-shall be repressed. Western points on Railroad............:._...... 5.30p.m. Jenkins Johnson,,Lewis David. 'Jones Jones, W Francis A '

dress. He was clad in a full suit of black, benefits to us and to those who succeed to The l laws should be rigidly enforced which ,(connecting at,,.Baldwin.: ) 'Johnson, Jacob Jones.,, Wiley, ,' i $

Prince Albert cqat, high,' old-fashioned. the blessing,of our national life. prohibit the)immigration a servile: class to .Night Passenger Train arrives. JonesRichard Jones. Harry "."v.. '.
stan--' ..- Job n son-,.,Erwi n'- ----Jones;..M ax well* j.: .:
hind behind him and all points on the Transit Road... .8.50 a.. m.. Jones, Jerry Jones, Wiley J ; 1
he held his left closed acquiring citizenship and'bring- .
interests subject to Federal control, per-
From Savannah arid all points in Jones, Charles James, Joseph ;
emphasized speech by gesticulating with sistently seeking the recognition of their ing with them customs' and habits repugnant the North and West.....;............ 8.50 a. m. Johnson, Albert A Jackson, Richard 1

leis right ha.nd. 11 spoke without manuscriptbut claims, need give us no fear that" the greatest to our civilization.The From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and

occasionally)] Consulted a small piece of number" will fail people demand reform in the admin- all points on Florida Central & King, Sam Korniga, Henry t
good to the greatest Western Railroad._.................. 8.50a.m. Keith, Hansel Kane, Richard .. ?
paper bearing notes of the heads of his dis to be accomplished, if in the halls of National istration of the Government and the appli. \ }

course. His voice was clear and resonantand legislation that spirit of amity and cation of business principles to public af- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. Love, HillyardLove Lee, Sam'lLivingstone I

he slowly enunciated his words and occasionally in which fairs. As a means to this end Civil Service Train leaves daily, except SundayFor SamLassere John rt !
mutual concession shall prevail Jacksonville........................11.10 a. m. E Lewis Benjamin 1
turned bout at the pauses as if the Constitution 'lad its birth. If this involves Reform should be in good faith enforced. For Jacksonville ........................ 5.10 p. In. Laird Sam Lancaster, Frank ,
to note the effect ijif his remarks. When he surrender of Our citizens have the right to protectionfrom Lee
the or postponement Train arrives daily, except Sunday- WmLucas Lucas, Alfred.' .

began the crowd 1! applauded whenever he private interests, or the abandonment of the incompetency of public employeswho From Jacksonville....................10.10 a. m. Alfred ;

paused to take brejith! but after a while) con- local advantages, compensation will be hold their places solely as the rewardof From Jacksonville....................... 4.12p.m.Sunday !
tented itself with cheering him at his principal only- McFashion, Sawyer McDonald, J D f. :
and from
service the
found in the assurance that thus the com partisan corrupting
His From Jacksonville .....................10.38a.m. Edward McWaters, James 1
points. reference to the prohibition
mon interest is subserved and the general influence of those whe exact such promise, For Jacksonville ........................ 4.00 p.m. Major, Sam McRae, Edward 4
of foreign contractilabor called out loud and welfare advanced.In and the vicious methods of those who ex- McRae, ChasMcQueen. Mitchell Ben :

long continued applause, but his allusion to pect such rewards and those who worthilyseek MALLORY LINE. Conner McCall, Jonas I '
the discharge of my official .duty I ; For New York direct, by steam- Mueller, Henry Madden, John I;
the Civil Service reform fell flat !
pretty shall endeavor to be guided by a just and public employmenthave the right to be ships State of Texas or City of Mirfton, Harry Meddaugh, Fred W:' t

THE OATH ADMINSITERED.The unstrained construction of the Constitution, recognized, instead -party..subserviency or San Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00 p. m. Massman, John Manigault, C C
address wa very brief, and at pre- the surrender of honest political belief. All From New York direct by City of McDonald, Obid Mannoe, J.T $\!
a careful. observance of the distinction be- San Antonio arid State of Texas Martin Noble Gustave
two minutes'-past o'clock he ;:0
cisely one concluded discussion I.I
tween the powers granted to the Federal as to their fitness for the places every Friday......... .................. 3.00 p. m.
with an invocation of the blessing of accorded to them American is
as people Nichols, Dennis Nichols, Foster II
Government and those reserved to the statesor CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
Providence, and turning to the Chief Justiceand idle and it Nattiel, ManuelO'Donald
unprofitable, except as suggeststhe
to the people, and by a cautious appreciation For Charleston, by steamship Cityof .
bowing to hint said: "I am now prepared for their The
necessity improvement. Monticello '
of those functions which, by the Con- every Wednesday.From John O'Boyle, John F" 11
to take the qath prescribed by law.: fact that they are citizens entitles them to Charleston, by same steamer '..:
stitution and laws, have been especially assigned ..... ...............
As Sunday. m.
the Chief Justice arose to administer the every p.
to the executive branch of the Gov all the rights due to that relation, and For Charleston, by steamship City Pasco, Jacob Proctor, D G J. I.t
oath the vast assemblage cheered again and
charges them with all its duties, obligationsand
ernment. But he who takes the oath todayto of Palatka, every Sunday.
Robinson! Bosson Redding Ben I
again. The President-elect stood facing the responsibilities.These From Charleston bv same steamer .
and defend the Consti- Rickart John Rawson W S '
Chief Justice with::the crowd on his right. tution preserve of the, protect United States, only assumes topics and the ever varying wantsof every Wednesday................... p. m Ricarts,,AllenRobinson Redmond, Mitchell**? ii

Chief Clerk McKinney, of the Supreme which an active and enterprising populationmay ST. MARYS RIVER. David E '
the solemn obligation every patriotic
Court, stood just to the right of Mr. Cleveland well receive the attention and patriotic Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- .
citizen on the farm, in the ,workshop, in the For St. and Crandall Tuesday Smith, James Smith, Phila -
and held a Bible which the oath .
upon endeavor of all who make and
busy marts of trade, and everywhere, should interpret the and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m. Sye. James Sutton, D H
was administered; the President-elect also share with him. The Constitution which Federal laws. Our duties are practical and For St. Marys and Dungeness, on Samms, Joseph Staten, John ,' ,

holding it with hid right hand. The Bible call for industrious application and an, intelligent Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p.m. Steward, HenrySimmons Smallwood, Jessy .
his oath is
used is a small morocco-covered gilt-edged prescribes my countrymen, of the claims of For .St.l\Iary's and 'King's Ferry, Pans Steele, John .
perception public 1
volume well 'It is the Bible yours ;. the government you have chosen Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m. Smith, R M Smith;:JdeW
pretty worn. office and above all firm determinationby .
a Saxon, Miles Simmons, Peter'Small.
for a time is the suffrage which exe-
yours ; Steamer Martha arrives
Ir. Cleveland's mother gave' him when he united action to secure to all the peopleof NedSteward 'Simmons, Henry H- : i
l left cutes the will of freemen is yours ; the laws From St. Marys and Crandall, on Thomas Steward
home as a young man/ ; and at his special and the entire scheme of our civil rule, from the land the full benefits of the best form Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a.m. Savage, ,SamTurnerJerry' ,
request the committee of arrangementshad of government ever vouchsafed to man. From St. Marys and Dungeness,
: the town meeting to the state capitals and and .... 9.00a.m. .
rot .
it in readiness the The on Wednesday Saturday.
ceremony. And let us not trust to human effort Turner, DavidTimberlain
:the National Capital. Your chief magis- From St. and Ferry
Mary's King's ,
!crowd preserved perfect; quiet as the impressive trate, under the; same high sanction, though alone, but humbly acknow1 diingthepower Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00 p.m. Taylor Traeye, Glascow Alexander- Tyson Isaac, Stephen-* ,
of administering the oath
ceremony was and of God .
goodness Almighty who'pre-
in a different sphere, exercises a public Taylor, DThomas Turner, Monday .
taking place, but when it was concluded, trust. Nor is this all. Every citizen owes sides over the Nations, and who has at all MERCHANT TAILOR.R. Tom Taylor, Wm ,
and as President Cleveland laid down the times been revealed in our country's his- Trimmings,'Abraham Tomlinson, Lemon -
,to the country a vigilant watch, and close
Bible after reverently kissing it and shook let invoke Hisaid and G. : 'Tucker, John
hands scrutiny of its public servants, and a fair tory, us, blessing upon. McQUITTY ,.
with the Chief Justice, who was the and reasonable estimate of their fidelity and our labors. Has removed his business to the rooms over Wilson, Thomas Williams, Simmons .
first; to congratulate him, they cheered The ceremonies over, the President and the New York Bakery, on Centre street. Wilson, R E Wilson, Surry f
usefulness. Thus is the will impressed
people's -
loudly and long.PRESIDENT Vice-President were escorted to their car He has received an assortment of seasonable Williams, Jacob Walstein; Ed
upon the whole frame-work of our riage and driven to the White House.St. goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto Wright, Geo Wilson, AlfredWashington

CLEVELAND'S INAUGURAL. civil polity, municipal, state and Federal, make them up to suit all 'tastes in the Wabby Ward'E' J

FELLOW-CITIZENS: In the presence of this and this is the price of our liberty and the Peter's Church. best style. Wright, Ben Williams, Henry

Vast assemblage of my countrymen I. am inspiration of faith in the Rev. 0. P. T ACKARA. Rector. ,Repairing neatly done.. Warren, Joe Washington, Stephen- '
our republic.It
about to SUNDAY SERVICEL: Fernandina Fla., July 12,1884. Watson, Lewis Williams, Counsel '
supplement and seal by the oath is the duty of those serving the peoplein Morning, with Sermon, 10:30 a. m. Eve

'Yblcb I shall take the manifestation of the public place to closely limit public expenditures ning, with Sermon.7 p.m. Sunday Schoolat FOR SALE CHEAP. Yoong,'''Henry. Ynlee C 'V '

*iIl of a great and free people. In the exercise to the actual'needs of the Gov- 3 p. m. SILK WORM MULBERRY TREES OF Yulee, D L
of their LENTEN SERVICES : following varieties : Morris Alba, EMIL O. FRIEND.' '
and of
power right self-govern-
ernment; economically administered, because and Rosea and varieties, at Clerir.Fernandiha
ent I Morning Prayer, Litany, Wednesday Leesang common City
j they have committed to one of their this bounds the right ,of the Govern- Friday morning. Evening Prayer daily,' from 5 to 25 cents. Also a few grafted 'ever ,Fla., February 26, 1885.

fellOW-citizens a supreme and sacred trust, ment to exact tribute 'from the earnings of except Saturday, 4:30 p. m. bearing mulberry trees. They bear from the i
and he here consecrates himself to their HOLY COMMUNION: 1st of May to 1st ,of August, 25 cents each. ASTRAY.
labor or the property of the citizen, and because First in month 10:30 Trees 10 cents each. Grafted
Sunday and'Fig
rvice. every a. m.; Orange
little This impressive, ceremony adds public, extravagance begets extrava- third Sunday in every moath, 7 a. m. During Wild Goose Plum Trees 10 cents,each. Scuppernong ONE RED COW, MARKED CROP SPLIT"-
Is <
in each
to under set ear. no*
the solemn sense of responsibility gance among the pwple."Te should never Lent, every Sunday except first Sundav. Grape' 'VInes, White and Black e's.saw said
With which .NOTE The time Standard. the Thomas from 10 to 50 at Mrs. D. Ogil Any one claiming
is ,
contemplate,duty I owe to the :- (the Black are )
be ashamed of simplicity and prudential will the by l'rovmgtheIrclalmand
cow get
all the> The seats in this Church are free at all cents, according, to size. Orders by mail
people of land. this' advertisement.
relieve the Nothing can economy which are; best suited to the services. promptly attended to. Trees and vines when paying for ,
me from anxiety lest by any act of operation of a republican form of"govern- ordered will be left with A. B., :Noyes, whois ABRAHAM OGILVIEL-
mine School Notice.At Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1885-3t
interests suffer and authorized to collect delivery.
may nothing ment, and most compatible with the mis- on
18 needed I to the solicitation of some citizens shall Nursery Corieville; Nassau county, Fla.
resolution to
who and Summer'ClothlngAt
my 'sion of the American people. Those Spring
open, on February 10th. a private school for Post-office address Fernandina Fla.
engage() : every faculty and effort in the pro.l11tJon are selected.for a limited, time to manage affairs boys and girls'in the public school-house.. GEO. H. BAER. New York cost.

of their welfare.I, Amid the din of are, still of the people, and may do E. G, CHANDLER. Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1885-3t AT PAUL.FUSK.8i -



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THE LIFE OF rO yE. I so marked that I wrote and asked Scotchman,.looked'up at him a little simper. "You want to' push v 'on the l and for reasons of her papa's-the

Oh. love, so long as thou can 't]ove- Arthur whether he 'could explain it. curiously, and 'said, ""Why, what do outskirts of civilization.and to see the deuce knows what-my little oirlcouldn't
So lopg, O love as life may last; Arthur answered me, a little'regret you mean by'dispersing,',Lemarcharit? world colonized, but you're too squeamish' .ossibly be allowed to marry
The hour will come, the hour will come fully, and with brotherly affection (he Driving them off ,into the bush, I-sup to listen to anything about the one week sooner. There I'd been,
When past.o'er the'grave thou'lt mourn the is a good fellow, Arthur) that he pose; isn't that it? Not much fun in only praticable.and civilizing and colonizing knocking! about and spooning with her
thought he could. He feared-it was I that, that I can see, scattering a lot of agencies. It's the struggle for violently for three months nearly, and
t. And take thou heed that thy heart glow, I painful to say so-but he feared Dora poor helpless black naked savages:' existence, don't you see ; the plain the more I spooned, and the" more
80 That long thy as other love flourish faithful and heart endure was beginning to_ love .a newer lover.A Lemarchant curled his lip contemp- outcome'of all the best modern scien- tired I got of it, the more she expectedme
To it responds both warm and sure. young man had lately come to the tuously, (he didn't think much of Pat- tific theories. The black man has gotto to go on spooning. Well I'm not
who village of whom: she had seen a great terson, because his father was' said to go to the wall ; 'the white man, the sort of a man to stand billing and
And he
:opes'bis heart to thee,
Oh, love him for love's sake alone! deal, and who was very handsome and be_a Glasgow grocer,) and answered'in with his superior moral and -intellectual cooing for whole year together. At
Make bright for him each darksome!: hour brave and fascinating. Arthur was his rapid; dare-devil .fashion: "No nature, has got to push him there. last the thing grew monotonous. I
And cause him not one bitter groan. afraid he could not conceal from me fun! isn't there, just! That's all you At bottom, it's nothing more than civ- wanted to get an excuse to go off some
t Guard. well thy lips. How sharp the blow his impression that Dora, and the know about it, my good fellow. Now ilization. Shoot'em off at once, I where where there was some sort of
On loving heart by careless word. stranger were very much taken with I'll just give you one example. One say, and get'rid of 'em forthwith and fun going on, till the summer came
God knows it was not meant to wound, r '
Yet one another.At day the inspector came and told us lOrever. and we could get spliced properly
twilight hours sad moans have heard. '
last, one morning, a letter came there. were a lot of blacks campingout "Why"I said, looking at him with (for she's got some tin, too, and i
Then kneel thou lowly at his tomb to me from Dora. I can put it in on our estate down by the Warra- my disgust speaking in my face, (hea- didn't want to throw her over) ; but I
Thy And dear hide one thy never sad moves weteyes.: from Alas out! here because I carried it away withme midgee river. So we j jumped' on our ven forgive me!) "I call it nothingless felt that if I'd got to keep on spooning
The long, damp churchyard grass. when, I went to Hammerfest to horses.like a shot, went down immediately [ than murder." and spooning: a whole winter without
join the Cotopaxi, and ever since I and began dispersing them. We Lemarchant'laughed and lit his tiger intermission, the thing would
.Then Who cry here: "Oh at thy, dear low one grave; look do on weep me;, have' kept it sadly it my private didn't fire at them, because the grass ; but after that, somehow, the other really be one too many for me, and I
Forgive the pang I caused thee dear, pocket-book.. and ferns and things were very high, men didn't much care to talk to him should have to give it up from sheer
Ob, God! that words should wound so and we might have wasted our ammunition in an: ordinary way more than was weariness, So I heard of this precious
Dear Ernest, [ had always called me '
deep! Ernest since we had been children together, ; but we mat them with native necessary,for the carrying out of the expedition, which is just the sort of
1 Sightless he lies; he hears thee not. and she couldn't leave it off even now when spears, just for all the ,world like ship's business. adventure I like ; I wrote and volun-
4w He comes not at thy voice of woe. she was writing to let me know she no longer pig-sticking; _You should have seen And,yet he was a very gentlemanlyFellow teered for it, and then I managed to
ar, The which thou oft has kissed loved me.] Can forgive me for whatI
lips so you
Say not, Forgiven long ago." am going to tell you'I thought'I loved those'black"fellows run for their lives I, must say, and well read and make my little girl and her dear papa
you till lately; but then I had never discovered through the, long grass-men, women decently educated. Only there seemedto believe that as I was an officer in the
He did forgive thee long ago what love really meant. I, have and little ones,together. We rode after be a certain natural brutality about naval reserve I was compelled to
But down his face the hot tears rained discovered it.now,and I find that after all I go
Fitt For thee and for thy harsh word's sake. only liked you very sincerely. You will them, full pelt, and as we came up him, under .a thin veneer of culture when asked, willy-nilly. 'It's onlv
: Yet, hush! he rests-the; goal attained. have' guessed before' this that 'I love some- with them, one by one, we. just rolled and good breedingthat.repelled us all for half a year, you know, darling
r : love body else, who loves me in return with all them over, helter-skelter, as if they'dbeen dreadfully from the moment we saw and all that sort of thing you understand -
Oh. so long as thou canst love- the strength of his whole nature. have
G. So long, 0 love, as life may last; made a grievous mistake,which'I know will antelopes or bears or something. him. I dare say we shouldn't have the line of country ; and mean-
t The hour will come, the hour will come, render you terribly, unhappy., But it is better By-and-by, after a good long chargeor noticed it so much if we hadn't been while I'm saved the bother of ever
ii When o'er the grave thou'lt mourn the so than to marry a man whom I do not two, we'd cleared the place of the thrown together so closely as,men are writing to her, or getting any letters
past. all heart and soul and
love with
t -From the,German, by Esther L. Camp. really affection; better, in my the'end, I am sure, for big blacks altogether; but the gins on an Arctic voyage, but then and from her either, which is almost in its
both of us. '''I aril too much ashamed of my- and,-the children, some of them, lay there it was positively unendurable.We way an equal nuisance."
: i THE SEARCH PARTI'S FIND. self to write more to you. Can you forgiveme lurking among the grass, you. know, none of us held any communication I see," said I shortly. Not to
s t"x ? Yours, DORA. -and wouldn't come out and give us with him whenever we could helpit put too fine a point upon it, you
i I can stand it no longer, I.musty/ I could not forgive her then, thoughI fair sport; as they ought to have done, and he soon saw that we all of us simply lied to her."
put down my confession on paper, loved her too much to be angry; I out in the open; children will, pack, thoroughly disliked and distrusted Upon my soul," he answered,
since there is no living i creature left was only brokenhearted-thoroughly you see, whenever they're hard driven, him.,- showing his teeth again, but this time
to whom can confess it. stunned and ,brokenhearted. I can exactly like grouse after a month or That only made him reckless and by no means pleasant. You fellowson
The snow is drifting fiercer than forgive her uow, but she can never two's steady_shoo ing.V eUto; make defiant. He knew he was bound to the Cotopaxi are really the sternestset
'4 ever to-day against the cabin; the last forgive me, Heaven help me. them start and show game, of course go'the journey,through with us now, of moralists I ever met with, out-
biscuit is almost finished; my fingers I only wanted to get away, any- we just put a match'to' the grass, and and he set to work deliberately to I side a book of sermons or a Surrey
. > are so pine with cold I can hardly where, anywhere, and forget all aboutit in a minute'the whole thing was in a shock and horrify us. Whether all melodrama. You ought all to have
grasp the pen to write with. But I in a life of danger. So I asked for blaze, right down the corner 'to the the stones he told us by the ward- been parsons, every man Jack of you ;
will write, I must Write, and I am the place as surgeon to Sir Paxton two rivers. So we turned our horses room fire in the evenings were true or that's just about what you're fit for."
'I writing. I cannot die with the dreadful Bateman's Cotopaxi expedition a few into the stream and rode alongside, riot I can't tell you-I' don't believe *(
story unconfessed upon my conscience weeks afterward. Theywanted a man half'a'dozen of us on each river; and they all \vere; but at any rate he On the fourteenth of September we
who knew something about natural every now and.then one of the young made them seem as brutal and disgusting got jammed in the ice, and the Coto-
It was only an accident most of history and deep-sea ''dredging, and ones would break cover and slide out as the most loathsome details paxi went to pieces. You will find in
you who read thisIconfession perhapswill they took me on at once, on the recommendation quietly into the stream and try to I could possibly make them. He was the captain's log how part of us
say; but in my own heart I know of a well-known man swim across without being perceived, apologizing-nay, glorying in-blood- walked across the pack to the Liakov
r41 better than that-I know it was a of science. and get"'clean'away into the back coun- shed andslaughter, which he used to Islands, and settled ourselves here on
murder, a wicked murder. The very day I joined the ship at try. Then we just made a dash at defend with a(show of cultivated rea- Point Tibiriaoff in winter quarters.As .
Still, though my hands are very Hammerfest, in August, I noticed im- them with the pig-spears; and sometimes soning that made the naked brutalityof to what became of the other party,
numb, and my head swimming wildly mediately there was one man on board they'd dive-and _precious good his stories seem all the more awful which went southward to the mouthof
,, with delirium, I will try to be cohe- whose mere face, and bearing and man- (divers they ail, too, ,those Queens- and unpardonable at bottom. And the Lena, I know nothing.It .
rent and, tell my' story. clearly and ner were ,at first sight excessively objectionable landers, I can? tell you; but we waited, yet one couldn't deny, all the time, I, was a hard winter, but by the aid
collectedly. to me. He was a hand- arouud till they came 'up again, and that there was a grace of manner anda of our stores and an occasional walrus
k some young fellow enough-one Har- then we stuck them as sure as houses. show of polite feeling about him shot by one of the blue jackets, we
;;. I was appointed surgeon of the Co- ry Lemarchant, who had been a planter That's what we call dispersing the natives which gave him a certain external managed to get along till March with-
topaxi in June 1830. I had reasons in Queensland, and who, after being over in Queensland; extendingthe pleasantness, in spite of everything.He out serious illness. Then one day,
k of my own-sad reasons-for wishingto burned up with three years of tropical blessings of civilization to the unsettled was always boasting that women after a spell of terrible frost and snow,
join an Arctic expedition. I didn't sunshine, was anxious to cool himself, parts of the back country." liked him; and I could easily under- the captain came to me and said :
join it, as most of the other men did, apparently, by a long winter of Arctic He laughed a pleasant laugh.to him- stand how a great many women who Doctor, I wish you'd come and see
from pure love of danger and ad ven- gloom. Handsome as he was, with self quietly, as.he finished this atroc- saw him only with his company man- Lemarchant, in the other hut here.
. ture. I am not a man to care for that his black mustache and big dark eyes ious, devilish: story, and showed his ners might even think him brave and I'm afraid he's got a bad fever."
; sort of thing on its own account. I rolling restlessly, I took an instante- white teeth all in a row, as if he very chivalrous.I I went to see him. So he had. A
joined it because of a tsrrible disap- neous dislike to his cruel thin lip and thought the whole reminiscence ex- won't go into the details of the ex- raging fever.Fumbling.
pointment.For cold proud mouth the mom-nt I looked ceedingly amusing.Of pedition. They will be found fully about among his clothes
two years I had been engagedto upon him. If I had been wise, I course, we were all simply and officially narrated in the log to lay him down comfortably on the
Dora-I need'nt call her anything would have drawn back from the expedition speechless with' horror and astonish- which I have hidden in the captain'sbox bearskin, (for of course we had savedno
but Dora; my brother, to whom I wish at once; it is a foolish thingto ment. Such deliberate brutal murder- in the hut beside the captain's bedding from the wreck), I hap
this paper sent, but whom daren't bind one's self down to a voyage of ousness-gracious heavens !'what'am I body. I need only mention here the pened to knock out once more the
address as".Dear Arthur-how couldI that sort unless you are perfectly sure saying ? I had half forgotten for the circumstances immediately connected same locket that I had seen when he
,a murderer-will know well enough beforehand that you have at least no moment that I, too, am,a murderer. with the main matter of this confes- was emptying the drag-net; there wasa
who I mean; and as to other people, it instinctive hatred of any one But what had the black fellows sion.One photograph in it of a young lady.
isn't needful they should know any- your messmates in that long force done to you ? Patterson asked with a day a little while before we got The seal-oil lamp didn't give very
thing about it. But whoever you are, companionship. But I wasn't wise, tone of natural loathing, after, we had jammed into the ice off the Liakov mirth light in the dark hut' (it was
1 whoever finds this paper, I beg of you, and I went on with him. all sat silent and horror-stricken in a Islands, Lemarchant was up on deck still the long winter night on the
I implore you, I adjure you, do not From that moment, even before I circle for a moment. "I suppose with me, helping me to remove from Liakov Islands), but even so I
$ ; tell a word of it to Dora. I cannot had spoken to him, I disliked Lemar- they'd been behaving awfully badly to the net the creatures that we had couldn't help seeing and recognizingthe
die unconfessed, but I cannot let the chant; very soon I grew to hate him. some white people somewhere massacring dredged in our shallow soundings.As young lady's features. Great
: confession reach,, her, her; if it does, I He seemed to me the most recklesslycruel women or something get he stooped to pick out a JJeptocar- heaven support me uphold me! I
r know the double shock will kill her. and devilish creature (God for- your blood up to such'a horrid pieceof dium boreall, I happened to observe reeled with horror and amazement. It
Keep it from her. Tell her only he is give me that I should say it !) I had _butchery." that a gold locket had fallen out of was Dora.
dead dead at his like brave met with in whole lifetime.On front'of his'waistcoat and showeda Yes his little that he of
post, a ever my Lemarchant laughed again, a quietchuckle the. A. .. A ,. .. girl. ... spoke?1_
( man, on the Cotopaxi exploring expe- an Arctic expedition a man's true of conscious ,superiority, and lock ot' hair on its exposed surface. so carelessly, that he lied to so easuy,
xz. dition. For mercy's sake don't tell nature soon comes out-mine did, cer- only answered : ".Behaving, badly Lemarchant noticed it too, and withan that he meant to marry so cruelly,
her that.he was murdered, and that I tainly-and he lets his companions !. :Massacring white women)! Lord bless awkward laugh"put it back hurri- :. was my Dora.
* murdered him.I know more about his inner self in six your heart, I'd like to see them !! edly. "My little girl's keepsake!1" he I.had pitied the woman who was to
had been engaged, I said, two weeks than they could possibly learn Why, the wretched creatures wouldn'tever said in a tone that seemed to me disagreeably be Harry Lemarchant's wife even
years to Dora. She lived in Arthur's about him in years of intercourse under dare to do it. Oh, no, nothing of flippant about such a sub- when I didn't know who she was in
'V parish, and I loved her-yes, in those other circumstances. And the that sort, I can tell you... And our ject. "She gave it to me just'before any way ; I pitied her terribly, with
: ; (days I loved her purely, devotedly, second night I was on board the Coto blood wasn't up either. We went in I set off on my way to Hammerfest." all my heart, when I knew that she
innocently. I was innocent then myself paxi I learned enough to make my for it just, by way of something to do, I started in some astonishment. He was Dora-my own Dora. If I have
tt and I really believe good and blood run cold about Harry Lemar- and to keep our hands in. Of course had a little girl, then-a sweatheart become a murderer after all, it was to
well-meaning. I should have been chant's ideas and feelings.We you cannot allow a lot of lazy hulking he meant, obviously. If so, Heaven save Dora-to'save Dora from that un-
genuinely horrified and indignant if were: all sitting on deck to- blacks to go knocking around in ,the help her, poor soul, Heaven help her utterable, abominable ruffian.I .
anybody had ventured to say that I gether, those of us who were not on neighborhood of an estate, stealing For any woman to be tied for life to clutched the photograph in the
should end by committing a murder.It duty, and listening to yarns from one your fowls and fruit and so forth, with- such, a creature as that was really locket eagerly, and held it up to the
was a great grief to me when I another, as idle men will, when the out let or hindrance. It's the customin quite too horrible. I didn't even like man's eyes. He opened them dream
had"t.o leave Arthur's parish, and my conversation happened accidentally to Queensland to disperse the black to think upon it. ily.U Is that the lady you are goingto
father's parish before him, to go up to turn on Queensland, and Lemarchant fellows, and I've often been out riding I don't know what devil prompted marry ?" I asked him with all the
London and take a post as surgeon to began to enlighten us about his own with a friend, and I've seen a nigger me-for I seldom spoke to him, even boiling indignation of that terrible
a small hospital. I couldn' bear being doings when he was in the colony.He skulking about somewhere down .in a when we were told off on duty to- discovery seething and burning in my.
so far away from Dora. And at first boasted a great deal about his hollow among the tree-ferns;; and I've I gether-but I said at last, after a mo very face.
Dora wrote me almost every day with prowess as a disperser of the just drawn my six-shooter, and said to '' ment's pause, If you are engaged to, He smiled and took it all in in halfa
the greatest affection. (Heaven forgive black fellows, which he seemed my friend, 'You see me disperse thai be married, as I.suppose you are from minute. It is," he answered, in
me if I still venture to call her to consider a very noble sort confounded nigger,' and I've dispersedhim what you say, I wonder you 'could, spite of the fever, with all his old
Dora I her so good and pure and beau- of occupation. There was nobody in right off-into little pieces, too, bear to come away on such a long! dare-devil carelessness, "And now I
tiful, and I a murderer.) But after the colony, he said, who had ever dis- you may take your oath upon it." business as this, when you couldn't'' recollect they told me the fellow she
awhile I noticed slowly that Dora's persed so many blacks as he had; and "But do you 'mean to tell me, Mr get a word or a letter from the lady was engaged to was a doctor in Lon
tone seemed to grow colder and colder, he'd like to be back there, dispersing Lemarchant," Patterson said, lookinga you're engaged to fora whole winter." don, and a brother of the parson. By
and her letters less and less frequent. .again for, in the matter of sport, it deal more puzzled than shocked, He went on picking out the shells Jove, I never thought of it before that
Why she should have begun to cease beat kangaroo hunting or, any other "that those poor creatures had been and weeds as he answered in a care- your name, too, was actually Robinson.
loving me I cannot imagine; perhapsshe kind.of shooting he had ever yet tried doing absolutely nothing?" less, jaunty tone : "Why, to tell.you That's the worst of having such a
had ,a premonition of what possi- his hand at all to pieces. "Well, now, that's the way of all the truth, doctor, that was just about deuced common name as yours; no
bility pfwickedness was really in me. The second lieutenant, Hepworth you home-sticking sentimentalists," the very meaning of it. We're goingto one ever dreams of recognizing your
At any rate, her coldness grew at last Patterson, a nice, kind-hearted young Lemarchant went on, with an ugly be married next summer, you see, 'relations. Hang it all, if you're the
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I ....THE.' J FLORIDA:' MIRROR.. :, :MARCH. .:.' 7, ', ,1885., ,- ,' : .. .' _' i : .:' : ::

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man, I suppose,,. now, out -of; revenge;, Thenthe'horri4trutli': flashed sud- doctor quick, for heaven's slke'ou! must IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,' I -FINE fS .. ". :.
get ine out an antidote. The powders must .. ...
and across -
next'tOgq Lemarchant : '
you'll be wanting ; denly ine. was have got mixed !up oin'e How, and",you've'glvt'n FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
poison me: ,-.. V trying to poison me; < me arsenic instead "or-quinine,. I'm :COUNTY FLORIDA. .

You judge .others'by\yourself, I'm Yes, he had-always hated me ; and "certain." f ViiLLINERyTi! 1 1AT

afraid," I answered sternly. Oh, how now that, he knew that I was Dora'sdiscarded Not a bit of it, Lemarchant," I said' DEXTER HUNTER ; "" ...
with some devilish maliceI've given you -. ..
the words seem; to rise up in judgment lover he hated me worse one of my own packets tliafAvas lying here JOHN JI. BONON, 1 An'Acjntl 'T, .-," .

against me at last, now the dreadfulthinl' than ever., He had .'got up and takena beside my/pillow." in Doing ,business under the 166300. '- -
He turned as white as a sheet the .moment name and style of JohnBGynton's 1
all 1 II bottle from the medicine chest I felt
is over J '
and horribly Son.SAID ?
he heard that, 'gasped out
doctored him as well as .I was certain, and put something else insteadof : '* That-that-why, tl at.was arsenic! DEFENDANT, JOHN H. BOYN- KINGTSBAZARHATS 1

able, hoping all the ,time in my inmost quinine inside my paper. .But he)never":"explalned in, single word' doing business as John : ovnton's
soul (for,I'-will: confess all now), I knew his eyes were' fixed upon how'he knew.it, or wbere.it came from..' I Son, will hereby take notice "of the com-
knew. I needed explanation, and I :
no mencement of the above :entitled suit by BONNETS RIBBONS .
would never' recover', Already me then and for the moment'I dis 1
that he wanted no lies, so didn't'qiiestion him. Attachment; in the Circuit Court, Fourth
in wish jl had become a' mur sembled. I turned round and pre-: treated him as'well as I could for .arsenic Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of

It was too horrible to think tended to swallow the contents of the poisoning, without saying a word'to thecaptain' Nassau, Florida; and is notified to appear, FEATEEBS, LACE''FLOWERS.A .
derer. and the other men about it; for if plead ,or demur to the declaration filed ,. J
such a man as that should marry packet, and then lay clown upon my he died I said it would be his ]
that by own act, therein, on or before the first Monday in Full Line of Elegant Lace and Mull fifing
Dora. I had loved her once, and I rug as if nothing unusual had hap- and if my skill could still avail, he should March next; or judgment by default will be ;

loved her still ; I love her now ; I pened. The fever was burning me have the'benefit of it;, but the poison had taken herein on behalf-of-Dexter Hunter, CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS, 1 i
had full time to work before I him the .
gave the plaintiff above named.
love her. :Murderer as I fiercely but I lay awake, kept up by. -
shall always antidote, and he died by seven o'clock 'that R. W. DAVIS,

inn, I say it nevertheless! I shall. always the excitement, till I.saw that he was night in fearful agonies. H J:'BAKER Linen. Collars and Kid Gloves,. ,

love her. really asleep, and then once more I Then I'' knew that- I was really a mur-' Attorneys for Plaintiff. 'II:
derer. Fernandina Fla., Nov. 23, 1854. l-3m All of the Latest Styles.
But at last, to my grief'and disap- undid the paper. My fingers are beginning get horribly :

the man 'mend Looking at it closely by the light of numb,and I'm' afraid I shan't be able to FANS PARASOLS CORSETS
pointment In the Circuit Court, ,.
doctoring write much longer, I must be aboutit -
better :My had the lamp, I saw a fine powder sticking quick -
if I want to ,finish this confession. FOURTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT NASSAU,
done him good: and the, sailors, 'even closely to the folded edges. I wet my s '. COUNTY, FLORIDA. i Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear. '

though they did} not love him, had finger, put it down, ,and tested it. After that came my retribution.- I have D.-\VID'VlLSON and EBEN -

shot him oncejor twice a small bird, Yes, that was quite bitter. That was been punished for it, and punished terribly.As HUNTING, doing business I 1'-'

of which we made fresh soup thatseemed quinine, not a doubt about it. soon as they all heard Lemarchantwas as WILSON & HUNTING, Attachment. i i4 iI
dead-a severe relapse, I called it-they vs. : 't
to revive him. Yes, yes, he I saw at once what Lemarchant had set to work to carry him out and lay him JOHN H. BOYNTON, doing Amount $1,700. SUMMER GAMES.1l

was coming round, and my cursed done. He had emptied out the qui- somewhere. Then for the first time the business under the name I Bond, 3400. I -- " I t L- i
idea flashed across my mind that theycouldn't and style of JOHN BoYNToN'S
it all. He
had done was and it other
medicines ,nine, replaced by some possibly. bury him. The ice was SON. JDEFENDANTS ,

getting well, and he would still go white powder, probably arsenic. Buta too deep everywhere, and underneath it lay WILL TAKE NOTICE Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats,

back to marry Dora. little of the quinine still adhered to the solid rock of the bare granite islands. of suit in the above

The very idea put me into such, a the folds in the paper, because he had There was no snow even, for the wind entitled cause attachment issued out of MARBLES, KITES ETC.
swept it away as fast as fell, and we
of terror and excitement that at been to substitute it hurriedly the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, :
fever obliged couldn't so much as decently cover him. in and fof the County of Nassau, and are -ALSO- J
last I began to exhibit the same symp- and that at once proved that it was no There was nothing for it but to lay him out notified to appear in said cause on or before

toms as Lemarchant himself had done. mistake of my own, but that Le upon the icy surface.So the first Monday in April next, or judgmentby Large Grass Hammocks and Express) Wagon I
carried the stark frozen with
we body,
The captain saw I was sickening, and marchant had really made the deliberate its hideous staring eyes wide open, out by default will be entered therein'upon fail .,1
ure on the part of !said: defendant to 'plead,
feared the fever might prove an epi- attempt to poison me. the jutting point. of rock behind the hut, answer or demur to the declarations filed KING'S BAZAR, i Ii

demic. It wasn't ; I knew that ; This' is confession and'a confession and there we laid it, dressed and upright. in said cause on or before the ,first Monday
intermittent a AVe:stood it up against the point exactly as in May, 1885. H. J. BAKER, Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. ilina.
mine was brain, Lemarchant's was only, so I shall make no effort "in any if it' were alive, and by-and-by the snow Attorney Plaintiffs. II i

; but the captain insisted; to exculpate myself for the hor-, came and froze it to the rock; and there it JOHN A..EDWARDS, $5ELECTWCMGHTOx \ ; .

upon disbelieving me. So he put me': rid way crime I committed the next mo .stands ine. to this moment, glaring, forever upon Clerk of the Circuit Court, t 1 >

and Lemarchant into the same hut,'' ment. True, I was wild with fever Whenever I went in or out T of the hut, for Fernandina In and ,for Fla.the, Dec.County 1884-3mo.Nassau,.Fla.. receipt of .$5 we --;: -: t ,

and made all the others clear out, so and delirium I was maddened with three long months, that hideous thing stood will send you an Electric ::::: = .

as to turn it into a sort of temporary ;that this 'wretched man there staring me in the face with mute in- In the Circuit Court Fourth Ju- Lamp. Burglar -:::: ;::: I 1
; thought dignation. At,night, when I tried to sleep, dicial Circuit Nassau County, Alarms $1. Call Bells > _J
ho : would marry Dora ; I was horrified atthe the murdered man stood there still in the Florida, ,In Chancery. $1. Electric Gas Light % 'k. I '

Every night I put", out from: the idea of sleeping .the.. same. room darkness beside me. Oh God! I dared not LOVIE EUGENIA SUTTON,) er, Telegraph Instruments
word to anybody but' I trembled Medical Batte-
saa ;
chest two powdersapiece
medicine ; quinine with him longer. But still, I acknowledge vs. [DIVORCE.
any every time I passed it, and I knew what it ries, &c."In .
for myself.and emarchaiit.One ; now, face to face with a was to be a murderer.In DAVID HUNTER SUTTON. regard to your new Electric Light

night, it.was the 7th'of April; lonely death this frozen island, May the sun came back again, but still ON :MOTION OF THE COMPLAINANTby we think you will be exceedingly successfulin 4t.

((1 can't forget it), I woke feebly from, upon murder. I no open water for our one boat. In June we her counsel, John T. & George W. securing its universal adoption.
noticed in it was had the long day, but no, open water. The Walker, (it being made to appear to rny satisfaction Yery truly yours. MINER & REDFIELD, *
feverish sleep, and a' him and did it. that the of the Fourth Cir t
my meant to poison ; captain began to get impatient and despondent Judge 737 Broadway, N. Y. ;
faint sort of fashion that Lemarchant: for the as you will read in' the' log ; he was ; cuit of Florida is disabled by illness to attend "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests
was moving alout restlessly in the He has set this powder me, afraid now we might never get a chance of to the duties of his office), and, on read- of your new Electric Light. I believe you
villain," I said to myself, and now I .making the mouth of the Lena. ing and considering the Bill and the will find no difficulty in bringing it into r

cabin. shall make him take without knowing By-and-by the scurvy, came ,(I have no affidavit thereto attached it is ordered that general use. Eastern Man. "Northwest- f
Lemarchant, I cried authoratively it. How do I know that it's arsenic time now for details my hands are so a hearing be had on the facts charged in the ern Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM. t
(for as surgeon I was, of course, cramped with cold), and then we began to said Bill on'the first Monday in :May, 1885, "We take pleasure in stating that the tests
for the health of the or anything else to dp him any run short of provisions., Soon I had them :. at Chambers.THOMAS we made of your Electric Light proved per-
responsible expe- harm? His blood be upon his own all down upon my hands, and presently we F. KING, Judge. fectly satisfactory. You will have a large
dition), go back and lie down upon head for aught I know about; it. had to lay Patterson's corpse beside Lemar January 3d, 1885. 10-3m and ready sale. Yours truly, i
bearskin this minute. You're a; chant's on the little headland.: Then they RICHARDS & Co,, r
your deal too weak to getting What I put there was simply quinine.If sank, one after ano;her-sank of cold and In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue, N.Y."
great go any- anybody has changed it, he has hunger, as you will read in the log till r Circuit, in and for the The above testimonials explain them- i
Go back
thing for yourself as yet. changed it himself. The pit that he alone who wanted least to live, was the last County of Nassau Florida selves. f

this minute, sir, and if you want any-, shall falltherein. left living.I Josiah H. Prescott 1} WE WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.G. .
dug for another, he himself left alone with those nine W. FOSTER & CO.
thing I'll pull the string, and Patter- was corpses vs. I notice of ,
son'll and after." ." propped up awfully against the naked rock, John H. Boynton doing bus- l Attachment. 45-3m 21 Park Row, N. Y. t
come see whatyou're I wouldn't even test it, for fear I and one of the nine the man. I had mur- fitness under the name and ,j Amount
For we had fixed up a string betweenthe find it arsenic and be dered. style of John Boynton's | Sworn to =- it? y.
two huts, tied to a box at the end. was un- :May Heaven forgive me for that terrible Son. J $1,000. I;
able to it,to him innocently and crime and for sake whoever n IEQ > .
give ; pity's you John'H. $ 1
as a rough means of communication."All above named defendant, _. ..
be it from it from THE
may keep Dora-keep jraifc.
right, old fellow," he an- harmlessly. Dora ) of the City of New York, do-
I and went to Lemarchant's ing business under the name and style of ,,
rose over -
swered up brother's address isi I ,
more cordially than I had My n my pocke 7book. John Boynton's .Son, is hereby notified to .
ever yet heard him speak to me. It's side. Horror of horrorshe The fever and remorse alone have givenme enter his appearance in and to the above en- J W-TV* : *\ ; f ff
was sleeping soundly Yes, the strength to hold the pen. My hands are %
titled attachment suit commenced against > \
all I I OQlXi lT :
square, assure was only numbed I write
you. quite now. can no longer.
had tried to and him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott,
seeing whether man poison me ; r& rV i iA
were quite warm
you Plaintiff before the first in
on or Monday '
had :
he l
when he thought seen me There the ended. Heaven
and comfortable on your rug there. manuscript January, 1885, and to plead or demur to the l Ii I, <
knows what effect it have all of i
cal- :
swallow poisonous powder, so may upon
declaration filed therein on or before the '
I "the AIit
"Perhaps thought, care
who read it home in !
you your
lous and hardened was his nature that first Monday in February 1885, or judgmentwill Ij
I've taken of him has made him really own easy-chairs in England ; but we of the 1
be entered against him by default.
feel a little grateful to me." So I he didn't even lie awake to watch the search party, who took those almost illegi- H. J. BAKER, : i
effect of it. He had dropped off sound- ble sheets of shaky writing from the cold !
dozed off and thought nothing moreat Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. j :
had and fingers of the one solitary corpse within the .
ly, as if nothing happened, A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. I 1
the moment about it. frozen cabin on the Liakov Islands--we read

Presently, I heard a ,noise again, was sleeping now, to all appearance, them through with such a mingled thrill of Fernandina, Fla., September 6,18843mIn I
: the sleep of innocence. Being conva- awe and horror and sympathy and pity as
and woke without Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
quietly, starting,
up lescent in fact and therefore in needof no one can fully understand who has not Ij. ;
but and Circuit Nassau County, Fla.
just opened my eyes peered been upon an Arctic expedition. And ,j. I
about as well as the dim light of the rest, he slept with unusual sound- when we gathered our sad burdens up to Lettie :Miller 1 ,
ness.I take them off for burial at home, the corpseto vs. Notice of
little oil would allow 1' :
lamp me. John H. Boynton, doingbusattachment..
laid the altered which we gave the most reverent attention -
To my great surprise, I could,make powder quietly was certainly that of the self-accused iness under the name and Amount
out somehow that Lemarchant was by his pillow, took away ,his that I murderer.-Longman's Magazine.FAIRMOTJNT. style of John Boynton's sworn to$400

had laid out in readiness for him, and Son.
meddling with the bottles in the med- above named defendant, John H.

icine chest. crept back to my owuplace noiselessy. THE of the City of New York, doing -

I "he There I lay awake, hot and feverish, ; business under the name and style of
"Perhaps thought again ,
wondering to myself hour after hour John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to ?yew Osleoni.
wants another dose of quinine. Anyhow A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, enter his appearance in and to the above
he would wake and take it.
I'm too tired and sleepy to ask ever entitled attachment suit co'mmenced against Opening December 1,1884: Closing May 31,1385. I
him about it.' At last he woke and looked over him by Lettie :Miller, plaintiff, on or before -
any thing just now : TIIK AfSriCKS OK TIlIt- I'I'UNOIK I
toward me with unusual interest. ON THE CUMBERLAND the first Monday in January, 1885, and to
I knew he hated me; and I knewhe Hullo Doctor he said SITUATED Plateau, near the Universityof plead or demur to the declaration filed in United States Government. "
was unscrupulous, but it didn't ocCur quite geni- the South, at an elevation, of 2,000 feet said "cause' on or before the first Monday in

to me to think he would poisonthe ally ; how are you this morning, eh ? above the sea. Combines the dvantageS of February, 1885, or judgment by default will -
Getting on well, I hope." It was the health and recreation. Vacations in the be entered against
who had him you.H. $1,300,000
man just helped J. BAKER.
all illness that winter. Terms moderate. Send for circularto ,
through a dangerous fever. first timeduring my SILAS McBEE, Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. Appropriated by the General 4.:unu Iltcnt. I

At four I awoke, as I always did, he had ever inquired after me. Principal, A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. .
and I lied to him deliberately to keep Mount Eagle, Tenn. Fernandina, Fla.:, September 6. 1884. $500,000 I
to take of ,
proceed one powders,
my References-G. R.Fairbanks, Fernandina
the delusion "I have terrible ;
Curiously: enough, before I tasted it. up. a" Dr. Hy. Robinson, Jacksonville; Rev. N. TVEAV, CHEAP AND GOOD. Contributed bv the G tie"+of New Orlc:..,,'. II
the grinding pain in my chest, I said, Harris Jacksonville.
grain appeared to me to be rather I $200,000
pretending to writhe. I had sunk to GINES.OOILER I i iI
coarser and more granular than the
his level it I liar and Appropriatrd, l by Mexico.
Quinine seems. was a I
I had originally put there. I murderer.He ATENTS -NEW AND SECOND HAND I
took $100,000
a pinch between finger and ,
thumb and placed it on my tongue by quite gay 'over" MUXX &; CO.of tho SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN con- i Appropriated I>v the Stile: of I-onKiana.,
laughed.u It's nothing, he said, ttno t.ua,"t 11 H Solicitors: for Patents Caveats, Trade OombUed Orange B.z and BMitfe Machine
Kay of testing it. Instead of being M \rb>, Opyrishts for the United States, Canada, Eagle Gins, Saw Mills, Planer Bettw,. A-o I $100.000. !
utter, the powder I found was inSIpId gripning horribly., It's a good lvijl.na* hiatus Germany etc. Hand Book about "bk for Catalogue and Prices before hnsln

and almost tasteless., symptom.. I felt -just like that my: i. r-CP.IS;'*< ;It..n vit free.ncd thronshMCNI Thirty-wvpn*years'&CO.experience.arc noticed RANDLE & DUG NMAOH'f C01:" I Appropriated by the City of .Vew Orleans.From I i II I
In UIU 5t'n7NT1 etC A1\I i:RIthe lar-est.l-est,and I
'o :1lJ I dear fellow, whenI was.beginning torecover. rtnst'-.deiyoirculttt.d. fCll'ntific-l'ltper. *3.Oayear.:: $5000 to $25,000,
: in fever and .
my ." \ :\ !pfOn.1Id: 'nl'ravln! and IntFresOn in- 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a .1 I
klirmm, ( though I had not conscious- fonnr.-'in.. Specimen| copy of tho Scientific A mer- (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) Appropriated bv Inniniicr 1>iiMutes, Cities
it- I fr'"f"(1c1I"P'1S and Foreignt (;mmlncs.
Then I knew he had tried to poison me, :* ) : IU\-i k CO. :SCIENTIFIC I
''V been delirious) have put some other end I felt no remorse for my terrible action.It A.MKUICA.V Office,'2G1 Broadway, New York. -=---the Union I' I II

)owd"'r instead of the quinine into the was a good deed to prevent such a man NOTICE. C. C. STRATTON & CO., I Every and State nearly and all Territory the Leading I n Nations lI'presented.and I' t!

tWh 'apers. The bare idea made meCrembk as that from ever carrying away Dora-my I Countries of the 7'otid. i
Dora-into horrid Sooner than ALL WHOM IT MA'Y CONCERN MACON GEORGIA "
a slavery. OF ,
: ,
with If TO Exhibit.the Building! and the t t ti
horror. so I might 'I .The Biggest Biggest
that he should marry Dora I would poison Notice is hereby; given that I have been *
Ua\1 fc poisoned Lemarchant, who had him-I would poison him a thousand times appointed Administrator of all and singularthe MADE THE JIODE 15 1 UK S, i Biggest Industrial Event in the : Ilj, !
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taken one of his powders already, and over. goods, chattels,. rights and credits of i HAVE Fla., the author- I World's History. !
Was !nosy hisbeaslnn lIe sat up, took the spoonful of treacle, William S. Rawson, deceased; and all creditors ized Agents to contract for the sale of their I I APPIJCATIOV FOKCOVKKJHlKKSrU'K vxltlrrr. ".H.ny."I flY r.JoP'TYI. J I I
sleeping quietly upon and poured the powder as usual into the of said estate, l legatees and persons entitled I a XI.A KKV.TKK VAK1KTX;
.QtncTSrut. Tlk OF ANT I 1f 1
; I thought so. very middle of it. watched him drink it distribution are notified to present IN ANY OF xl1blTlnN. k VI: HKS.il. .. i
Glancing accidently to his place that off at a single gulp without perceiving the their claims and demands, duly; attested, BRICK QUANTITIES.Parties k'cnVIl' I I
difference, and then I sank back exhausted within two years from this date, and that The chMpfsl rates of travc. ever m i!
I was conscious that all information the annals "of. iranix>ruujontsscureJ for thepeonie I
foment vaguely upon my roll of sealskins.All the same will be barred unless exhibited wishing to purchase will get when. I
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not really] sleeping, but lying that day I was very ill ; and 'Le- within.said period aforesaid. as regards prices from them. :i ForinformationaudressE.every -. :' ,' I

J&th\ his held half open atp marchant, lying tossing beside me, groanedand FRED W. ,HpYT, Samples of different qualities and _styles : A.'unKE. .' I jtt1 II
gazing -
eyes Genera;.-\V. I. .1-C.C. K. '
moaned in a fearful fashion. At last Administrator .can be seek at the office of I, Director !
cautiously and furtively throughs the truth seemed to dawn upon''' him gradually Estate of William S. Rawson,.dec'd. :MODE BRO'S, OKI.EA.VS. ; 'I: ;

closed eyelids. and he cried aloud to me; Doctor, Fernandina, Fla., February 7, 1884. 6w 26 Fernandina. --- -- J .


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.THE_' FLORIDA; MIRROR.' _'.. _: MARCH. 7,. '1885.0 t

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. neers'i,estimates the bill would,Ineet from all liability on the.part of the ,CLEVELAND'S CABINET.WHO

.. with but litte opposition, but the bill mechanics or laborers. 'ABE TO COMPOSE THE PRESIDENT'S POLITICAL PAThMMAffVTATV B \ C CS

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. which has been defeated 'was unequal The:, purpose of the 'law is excellent :- HOUSEHOLD.

Subscription, 82 per year;.,six months 81 in its allotments, and was 'but ''it.seems to us not sufficiently .WASHINGTON, March 5.-The Presides
sent to the Senate the following nomination
,burdened,with steamship\ :canal and guarded to protect the interests -
.*Office comer Centre and First streets,second floo to be members of the Cabinet: : ,
,a Galveston harbor scheme, which: of the owner, and he.nce. may;; Secretary of State, Thomas F. Bayard, of !I '-' ," '. '. ,. ,

BATES OF ADVERTISING. elicited strong opposition from' the work as a hindrance to building. Delaware., I I
'Ten' cents a line for the first,and fire cents foeftch Secretary the Treasury, Daniel Manning .
> subsequent insertion. start.We THE NEW SOUTHERN AIR LINT of New York.

Special local notices,15 cents a line. 'hope the amount, now being To the Editor of the Mirror: Secretary of War,William E. Endicott, of
notices,25 cents a line. FLORIDA :;|
will.be used MIRRORSBooKBINflER
Special rate for time advertisements upon appU';] expended so judiciously The parties alluded to in the Mir Massachusetts.
as to further the results aimed at and ; Secretary of the Navy, William C. Whitney -
-cation at the office.Communications ror of the 26th inst. must have: been

preserve the,work done until it can under some to of New York.
misapprehension as <
upon all matters of local inter Secretary of the Interior.L. Q. C. Lamar,
eat solicited from all parts of the county and from be resumed. the'route of the proposed new 'line, of Mississippi.

along the lines of Florida railways. THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVEX by which it is designed to connec Postmaster-General, William F. Vilas, of
All communications intended for publication
TION. certain railroads with the Florida Wisconsin.
should be addressed to the Editor; all busines )
Garland, of Ar-
A. H.
.letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Convention is a fixed fact. It Railway & Navigation Company system kansas. _

I is to consist of an,equal number wit) at Hart's Road. When the Cabinet nominations were
i the Legislature. The question nov The idea, entertained some time I taken up in executive session Senator Kid

I is for the people to-select the bes since by the Brunswick & Western dleberger, of Virginia, objected to the immediate
consideration of the nomination o'f
R .
President Cleveland's inaugural wil men in their respective counties to and East Tennessee, Virginia & Bayard, stating briefly that he did so be

meet with commendation from every take part in the revision of the Con Georgia, of aiding the construction cause of Bayard's attitude on the Irish ques

r the stitution. This.is a question which of.a .line: 'fromthe' neighborhood of tion. Senator Riddleberger thought hirr .
Tair-minded who regards
man, should arise above A more English.than American. :-. ,"" -. .'" ,
partisanship. Buffalo or Brunswick, via St. 1Iary'sand ,. '.. '
interests of? the country more thai Bayard's name being first on the list, con
the interests of a party., He is clear, Constitution is the paramount law Hart's Road, to JacksonvilleFla. sideration of all went over under the rules or
< of the State. It, if the Senate for a day.
p explicit and honest in his utterances for all the people ., has been for some time abandoned :-

intended to provide the best possible and the much desirable
his address is the more MEDICINES
z for them and in it all; HAVING
government and comprehensive 'route, of a line
k4 ; enunciation, that ours is a goV'ernment in connection with onr
have an equal interest. It is the from Jesup to Jacksonville .via St.Mary's .
of the people and for the peo ESTABLISHED 1875. Printing Office, we are prepared to RCLE
bond and agreement by which the and Hart's Road
..a jle. That office is a public trust,' AND MANUFACTURE
aid that honest administration ij.the ; people of a State agree to be gov- The many advantages possessed by --

". duty of those who occupy these erned, and the interests of all shouldbe this line, with a further extension tc ,,.,
. We shall want the DRUGS and MEDICINES'HORSEY
public trusts, from the President regarded. Millen, Ga., have been forcibly pointed -

down. Mr. Cleveland intends to have best material in the convention that out by your correspondent A.,C. ;;
11 be obtained. There will be little ALL KINDS
:' a clean administration, and to make can and arrangements are, now being

c'1' his influence felt for the public weal. I profit in it, but every good citizen made to adopt the"route thus'recom:- : & CO. : {I t ,,

ought to be willing to, devote hi line ,
mended, in its entirety being a
It may be a difficult thing to regulate __ -OF- -
E, the bestowal of office so as tc ., time and talent to so honorable a from Milleh'Co Jesup, and from Jes

I I purpose if called upon to do so. In to Jacksonville via St. "Mary'sand
he must be guided up ,
t 'avoid errors, as I =I PHARMACISTS 1 Ii
Alachua it has been
sug- Hart's Road.Originally .
i l"by the opinions of others; but pub-
71ic opinion will help the President gested that the best representativesof intended only. for the tJBLANK BOOKS.
both be selected and chosenon
parties &
convenience of the Brunswick
dn this,,and will denounce unfit applications Centre Street,
} a and make public men a people's ticket. Such a course Western Railroad, the larger scheme
more careful'in their support of can- has obtained:the approval, not onlyof -FOB- -

didates for office. Is he honest, ia stitutional Convention should not be the East, Tennessee, Virginia & I KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort

partisan, because no Constitution can but also the Danville & of FRESH and PURE FOR-
>J ..he capable,will he be faithful, should Georgia, EIGN, and DOMESTIC
be a partisan Constitution.This Richmond who favor the nearest RAILBOADS7STEAJMEOATS
f ,:be the prerequisites of all recom- ,
R tanendations for office. we believe is the general senti- and most direct line from all points Drugs and Chemicals,

ment of the press and the people North East and West to Florida.
No should sign a recommendation ,
man Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, ,
unless,he believes,the applicant whose views the press reflects.CRITICISM. The contractor and others inter-

; merits the place. If improper ested are all much pleased with the Proprietary and Fancy Goods,

' w' section selected and the admirable : FINE TOILET ARTICLES MERCHANTS,
made recommendations ,
:appointments are upon There,are some people who think

numerously signed, every of the facilities afforded for rapid passenger
the proper province newspa- PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
signer should be regarded primarily I per is to pitch into somebody. Their transit and quick, first-class freight BANKS, ETC

as responsible. first impulse when they fancy they and shipping accommodation. IN GREAT VARIETY.

have a grievance is to air it in the By extending your railway at Fer-

THE RIVER AND IIARBOR BILL. columns of a generally nandina to Old Town, or, better still,, $&- Physicians' Prescriptions
newspaper, ,
the committee to the Government reserve at Fort carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at -ALSO-
The reported by anonymously. The press owes it to reasonable prices.

ji was abandoned and a new bill appropriating itself to be patient in investigation Clinch, a steam ferry would enable
the folks St. and their visi- Sheriff's Sale.
five millions of dollars and just in its public utterances.The at Marys

c only, to be expended under direction party assailed is at a disad- tors to enjoy your beach and other B Y VIRTUE out of OF the Circuit AN EXECUTIONissued Court of the

*of the Secretary of War was passed vantage. He cannot talk back, and attractions by an easy transit of September Fourth Circuit 5th of, 1867.Florida in favor for Nassau of Adam County C., Mij SIC l MAGAtiINHS NVPAP S A P S
and either ,
the House of Representatives and twenty-five minutes ; by M. Jones I have
; by when he does it is not an edifying Dunham against Andrew ,

sent to the Senate, where it wae spectacle. If the people who are so the water route or land and rail,, ant levied, and upon will as sell the at property public of auction said defend-on the

amended by an increase to ten millions ready to fire off a complaint in the shorten your time to Washington or first Monday of April, 1885, in front of thecourthouse -AMDI'ERIOEICALS-
door in Fernandina, in said
! r -- of dollars and then was finally paper would write out their criticism New York by some six or seven county, to satisfy said execution,the follow-

laid on the table and came to noth- and pocket it for three days before hours. I am assured all the prelimi- ing property, to-wit: One undivided about third : ,
part of the tract of land, containing
ing, consequently there is not a dol- forwarding it they would seldom for- nary arrangements have been satis- five hundred acres, more or less, known as
this factorily carried out. I congratulatethe the Suarrez tract, situated on Amelia Island,
by Congressfor
lar of appropriation ward it.Again.
in said county, at a place called Black I
rivers and harbors, and much of there are many people who general public on the carryingout Point, it being the land originally granted !'

the work already done will be the to of one of the best railroad pro- by the Spanish Government and confirmed. in ALL STYLESAND
would like to use press say to the heirs of Antonio Suarrez and after- BOUND
greatly injured and deteriorated things they would not themselves jects which has for many years been wards owned by Robert Harrison deceased ;
also, one undivided third part of the one
|jj before another bill will be passed take the responsibility of, signing brought under their notice, and cor- hundred and fifty acres of land adjoiningsaid

and goes into operation. We regret Justice,""Observer" Good Faith," dially unite with your cotemporary, said Suarrez Robert tract Harrison, which, deceased were purchased from JohnC. by ATREASONABLE-

this very greatly in reference to our etc., instead of John Smith. the Jacksonville Herald, in predict- Pelot, being a part of the James Pelot

own bar. The work done was un- We have always. thought that it ing a large increase, of business (re- grant of said, the two said tracts undivided of land third having part been in each con-

x ...questionably successful and has required more skill to know what to sulting from these numerous and pow- veyed by Robert Harrison, Jr., an heir at PRICES
law of Robert Harrison, deceased, to said
i stood the test well. A liberal appropriation keep out of a paper than what to put erful combinations) to our friendsnow defendant; also, a parcel of land on said
so often harshly criticised-the Amelia Island, conveyed December 21st,
secured the
would soon have in. We do not believe in indiscriminate Florida Railway & Navigation Com- 1865, by Ephraim Harrison to said A. M.

increased depth over the bar so criticism, or censure, but if Jones, the deed being recorded in Book G,
pany. pages 503 and 504, of the records of said
greatly needed. The harbor itself there is a real grievance, come to the The River and Harbor Committee county, which land is there described as a
increase of depth. Any tract of land known as the Ephraim Harrison -
needs no and state it fairly.
point Samuel Harrison tract of
have managed matters badly. If share of the
vessel which can cross the bar can land, bounded on the north by Anna M.
anchor in THE NEW MECHANICS' LIEN LAThe they had contented themselves with Clark's land, on the east by the Atlantic
: i, come Cumberland to our Sound on Amelia river. mechanics' lien law, which agreeing upon a gross sum to be appropriated Ocean and, on on the the south west by by Half-Moon Robert Harrison'sland Creek, s SEND IN YOUR WOBK.t3

i ; channel has passed the Legislature, will require and made a pro rata di- containing one hundred and fifty acres, except -
Florida needs a deep
the of
family cemetery one acre.
from the sea for the ingress of large great caution to be used by vision of that:according to the esti- ,J. A. ELLERMANN,

intending to build by con- mates of the engineers they could Sheriff of Nassau County, Fla.
,steamships. The Ward line, run- persons Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1885 td
have reported the bill the first weekin
tract. The law gives
every person
Havana cannot enter
; :ning to any FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER !
coast because of employed in any manner in the con- January and have had it passed
;j :tort.on our with much
long since and greater
struction of building a lien it FOR SAlE CHEAP
upon :
An increase of
: -. their draft of water. satisfaction to everybody than by the

four feet would admit them to our for his wages, although working bill framed, which satisfied nobody.A EDGINGS AND SLABS,
10 cents load.
under a contractor or subcontractor.The SATISFACTION ,
.11arb r. great stimulus! appears to have been ROUGH LUMBER,
With the increase of our orange law seems to us very defective, given to grape growing in southern Califor From $5 to $16 per M ft.,
be in not.requiring such lien to be filed nia. The Los Angel Herald remarks: "Insvery according to quality.
crop a trade could profitably direction the land is being ploughedfor DRESSED LUMBER,
i in the clerk's office, and notice given the of the' vine. People are beginning '
opened with Europe if steamers of use $12 to $20 per M. feet. BOTH IN STYLE AND PRICES.
time. to learn that grapes may form a large
,large size could come to our railway within some specified part of the food of a family, and are also Orders by Telephone promptly attended to
iterminus. To be entirely safe from the asser- good for hogs, and will produce food for the WILLIAM B. C. 'DURYEE,
tion of such liens it would seem re- porker where corn will not grow without Steam Saw and Planing Mill.
There would be little trouble hav- rrigation. Figs are almost delicious food Office foot Centre Street. 8
and Harbor bll quisite to require of a contractor the Tor hogs, especially young and growing ani- iddress
ring a proper River mals. At least .a million vines will be I
passed if it was nearly just andequal. furnishing to the owner of a receiptin planted in the vicinity of San Gabriel Mission _Call and see our 9le.black Cashmere, reduced .. ;'FLORIDA'MIEEOE,
and 500,000 will be from $1.25, at
from his during season.
.< If the committee would given full everp Saturday night planted in the Duarte and on the east side MODE BBO'S., ,' : ; FLA.

: fair pro rata according to the engi- employes, or a duly executed release jf the San Gabriel river." Leaders of. Low Prices. .:.. FERNANDINA,

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ln Fancy. Goods and Parasols.AT PAUL FOKKE'S. MD3: EBC.S:


Cor.Sixth and Ash sts. .

Bleached Cotton. Have just received .an entire new stock in .every,department; from the -AT-

JT. KYDD arc now selling a yardwideBleached Northern and, Eastern'Markets '.and of cash'
taking advantage
purchases LESS
Cotton, tine and soft finish,at the THAN REGULAR PRIC.ES. .J
low price of 7 cents a yard. All standard enables us to offer our entire stock at such low
brands as low as can be bought anywhere. A LARGE LINE OF- I
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r.... Ci:;: nJ39w :_ n MODE BROTHERS DOMESTIC GOODS I I Linen Sheetings, Towels and \HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
',J .?'An M.; MH. ..... DOMESTIC GOODS | Towelings,at Wholesale Prices.J UNDERSHIRTS. DRAWERS,
..0 :;::.-=a :=:.0.n: at low prices. &&-FANCY MATTINGS at Special Bargains. A large stock of Ladies', t
= ; Gents'and:Misses' BOOTS AND SHOES at less than regular prices.
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fD .fp.. :=:: y ..... y&Orders by mail promptly attended to,and all orders amounting to ten dollars and
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*- a .,NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St.
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For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO
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"' of every description, and
ATTACKM, N', for any Sewing Machine, CITY OFSTJLTJ3 SAN ANTONIO 1,080 TONS. b
for sale.. +++1+++++++++++++++++++++ It+++I+I+I+t+I+(+I+.F I++++I+I+++++++++ OF TEXAS, 1,542 TON 4CAfONDELET

; Old Machines repaired at moderate t 1,508 TONS. yWEST'EIiN
prices T TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. t'
Corner Third and Ash Streets,
-8 Fernandina.: 'Fla. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO :NEW YORK.
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New Advertisements of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK w
ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- i
CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, sonville,Cedar Key,and Peninsular Railroad. 1r
40 ;1885 This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New r
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- .' t
and Snuffs jtE4TaRAND00SPRING 00PNING 17 ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. .
for LAKE WEIR. i


For freight,passage rates,and schedules,or further information,apply to
-AEMPL1iG. llIBSS Goo Silks SatBBns

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MAYOR'S OFFICE, 1 -f- i-
FERNANDINA, FLA.,March 4, 1885.JAN *

first Monday, for the following named, city


One City Clerk, ,
One Marshal, .
One Assessor, ,

One Five Treasurer Aldermen., and PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY
:The polling place for the First Precinct TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
will be the City Council chamber, and the ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF ,
Allowing named persons are appointed Inspectors -
of Election: G. Starke, John Gor- -

don:the and polling John place'\T. Ho for well.the Second Precinct =: SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS -fFINE TEAS AND COFFEES [-

will be C.J. Westberg's store,and the following -t ttt--. >-
named persons are appointed Inspectors -
Ronieo Denegal and Robert McDonald.
The polls will be opened at 8 o'clock a.m.
and By closed order at of 6 the o'clock Mayor.p. m. PAUL FUNKE. NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.

W. H.POPE, Mayor. .. -, i -
Attest: EMIL 0.FRIEND, City Clerk. ," :':f-;; : '':-;',<:.:- .. .- ,i, .,.":. '.:,-., -.>. \:?:,,'.( :....:.;.: -. '..:: '. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FLA.



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GENERAL, Assesstor of laxes J. C. -, .. --
'United Officers': ; County Judge-R. D.';Davis, Sanderson.' of Ret'eJnu'V.. F. Trantham, County Judge-M. Solomons.' County Judge-A. H. :
", States ..Clerk -F. ocala. Clerk-W. W. Brownell.
> -- > -.v x : J. Pons, Sanderson.: ". Jeter: Clerk T. H. Pitman.
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.r- wSAm .:U. C. Herndon, Sanderson." Superintendent of Schools-M. L.. Paine, Sheriff-R. F. Hosford. ,Sheriff-Thomas N.

ilefl'UJter-L. A, Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor- of c Taxes-A.- J., W.. 'Cobb San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer- E.,Roberts. "". ., Treasurer-Daniel D.Ellis.Gillis.
r-Jolm'F." derson. MONROE COUNTY.County' CoUector.of.Revenue-, P. $ljaler' '. Collector :
Rollins. Gainesville. : of Revenue "William
Surveyor-GeneroJ-Malachi, Martin, Talla-, Collector- of.Revenue-'.' R.'Herndon, San- Judge-Chas/S. Baron, Key West. ..4.uessoTofTax -Wnu E.'Shuler..-,"v',' ,Assessor of TtJ.xes-J. J. Newton.Tucker.

hassee. derson. ;. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. .Superintendent fSehool-Dr.THfacKson., Superintendent of Schools
Sanderson. "' Assessor Taxes Walter C. Jr. WASHINGTON.
Y V of Maloney, ,
Judge-- Thomas Settle, Jacksonville '.>* BBA'DFOBD-COUNTY: Key West. County Judge-Nl C: Shackelford. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones.

Jar'AorJ. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard-irovidenceJ: : Collector of Ret'enue-Mason S. Moreno, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skfpper.

Clerk -Philip Walter, Jacksonville.' Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff-E. Melvin.
INTERNAL BEVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke., Superintendent Schools-J. V. Harris,Key S. Leon'aid.Collecto'T = Treasurer Thomas.J, Miller,
Collector-Dennis Eagari, Jacksonville. Assessor of. Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. : Assessor of of Taxes Ialluel'Palm Collector of Ret'elme-John Roche
-George Reese.
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. of Taxes-George W. Cook.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collectorof Jlevenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fenian- Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Horn.
John W. Fernandina.Edwin
Howell .
Santa Fe.Superintendent. ; dina. WALTON. CALHOCN.

Higgins, Jacksonville.John of Schools-L. B. Rhodes: Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.-
F. House St. -
Augustine. Starke. Sheriff_John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

BBEVABD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-:Win. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff -J.'w.'Cain pbell.' < Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.

; State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
Point.' Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of Relenue-\V. B. McLeod. Collector of Ret'enue-Joel P. Atkins.

EXECUTIVE DEPABTMENT.Governor Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.

-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John'H.Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-J no. C. Douglas. I Superintendent of Schools W. G. COx\\"eIL

Lieutcnant-Governor W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, GeornL' botham Callahan. -
-Livingston -
gian County Treasuree-Gnsta.v. Stark, Fernan-
West.Secretary .
of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Oollector'of RevenueD.W.- McQuaig Bre- dina. TEE CELEBRATEDWOOTON
lahassee. vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

Comptroller: -W._D. Barnes, Tallahassee. 'Superintendent -of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando. -

S Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee.. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. DESKS.
Attoruey-General-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Orlando.
hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange : Assessor of,Taxes-James: M. Owens, Fort
Reid, Fla.Collector. APPLIANCES
1Y' Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. I
y Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of' Ret'eJLue-A. M.- Hyer, Sanford.

Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. ,
h Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks' ,
Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. EVERYBODY DELIGIITED
j Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
Superintendent of 'Sclw 13-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. _- WITH THEM.
Commissioner A. Robinson Tallahas-
Middleburg. erk-W.
: F. Forward, Palatka.
COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
R. C. Tallahassee.
W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Assessor-A. J. Woods.
County Judge- City.
i s, Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. No 8:Flat,Top.,

' Building,. Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public' Schools-J. W. Why use Desks of ordinary-

SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. construction when, for slight

I $ Chief Ju.stiaE. M.'Randall,Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. t additional cost you can have-

Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-:W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improve

nI see.Associate Lake City. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. ments? Awkward closets and
b Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.
i Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent Schools-T.:J.: Faulkner "' side drawers done away with

S I i Clerk G. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville., Perry. We substitute revolving cases,,

r p -CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. tea' '- ;;; ;; which swing with a slight

First\rcuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen-' Sheriff -Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N..Cox,'Perry. ; touch of the hand, and
4 sacola. \ Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith. Jack- Collector of Reyenue-r-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Iullll I-
Second Circuit-Dswid S. Walker,Tallahas- sonville. Assessor of,Taxef-R. L. Henderson.ST. thus enabled to furnish double-

Collector of Revenue-Moses ,7. Brown, the space generally given on
see.Third Madison. Jacksonville. = -_- each side and when
Circuit-E. J. Vann, ; cases are-
Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge-i& R. Cooper, St. Augus- u
Superintendent of
Fourth Circuit-James'M. Baker, Jackson- open, the whole interior is
ville. sell Jacksonville. tine.ClerkBartolo --
-t : F. Oliveros St. flooded with light and all
1 Fifth,! Circuit-Thomas P. King Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
ville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine Xo. 14 LowDown Roll Top. portions readily reached without
; County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. change of position. A variety of
rotary offered
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine. cases are for selection, and applied to-

Seventh, Circuit-W.Archer Cock:. 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.
:Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. '*

i nrt Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. i Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, TaEWOOTON:

: i I I FIRST CIRCUIT. Columbia County.Superintendent i St. Augustine. '
TCHnSantd of Schools-J. W. Reed,

Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. HEBNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, Cabinet Office Secretary.
Walton 4th Monday in October. ?
I Clerk-Thomas J.
Ivey, Leesburg.
;i Holnies, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. c y a
31 : in October.
Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, r The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented
'Sheriff; J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. -
October. Sumterville. to the business public. One hundred and

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ville.Assessor"oJ laxes-R. J.Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent 0} Schools-A. H. Helven- JL ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

October. ston Sum terville. "t '4'Q'' ly i x''zx n
W one lock and
Escafnbia> 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich,Brooks- t '" ip it;; key. Especially adapted for Merchants
,* This act amended section 2 of act of February .ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. 5 f Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Of&-.

1 F }0, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A.M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live t cials and Professional Men generally.

r : Spring ITenn. Fort Dade. Oak.ClerkRobert

Spring ;Term County Judge-H. L Crane, Tampa. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
' Tayhir, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. Wooton,Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
April. Sheriff D. Isaac,Craft, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson' H; Sessions,
L Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,

4 Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones

Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.

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


r Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday W. B. Lamar Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
County Judge- ,
'' $ in April. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise.
Slums T. B. Simkins Monticello.
if ,
t $ Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen ',,. -.', -.- .-. I,,
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Cove. I RUN
Schools W. R.
Superintendent of Taylor,
October. -
i Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen '
Monticello. .. S I '
-l "
SS ,
h Madison, 2d Monday October. Cove.
County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- 0&r
e Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, ,
4; + t Su nee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Enterprise.
Ret'enue-J. H. Tucker Mon-
'' in October. Collector of I
Columbia 3d after4th MondayinOctober. ticello. I
Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. EWFJONEV
Charles Crawfordville.
keenah. Sheriff
6th after 4th
Tuesday Monday
Lafayette, THE FLORIDA
P in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

I FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, I
Term- sheriff-J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Crawfordville. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY;
i Spring : TOWN
St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw-

Clay;;4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTrOY. fordville
Collector Ret'enue-R.C.MeMillanCraw-
of Fernandina, .
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April.
k f fordville.
t Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New I
RUt Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- Towns on R. R. Line, I

' Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, fordville.
Fall Term:- Old Town. SANTA BOSA. And Cedar Key.

k} St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.

t t 4 Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R.-R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .

N Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Robinson.

( z ; Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rt'1enue-'V. J. Williams. | |0ffersto Lessees and Purchasers a large
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.-Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens.

1 .# Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.. Clerk- -G. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. number of the most eligible and desirable

FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, POLK. .

i TermSumer Tallahassee.' County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable Business, Purposes, or for
in March. 7Tea.surer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. i .; '
i Maribn, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff .W.Ml: Bowen. I City or Suburban Residences,

, Putnam! 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday,in hassee. Treasurer-F. F, Beville. I
f'" March; Assessor of Taxes-;ft. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue=J. D. Filles. : SL1I1 q
TERIS.Liberal .
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. Johnson. a 0
'., March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. McCrary. 5tr,

Alachua, 'Monday after 4th Monday ins Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Discounts on, Values allowed to j
March J Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. I IDADE.

Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge A 1enIE.. Heyser.: parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- :
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Ret'enue-n. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner.

Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff-Win. Mattaur.. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
Putnam' 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Treaurer-J. Wm.: Ewan.

Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Ret'enue-'Ym. H. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvements

Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY.CountyJudgeR. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. 0-
November. for residence in, which to conduct their

Spring\\Tcrm- son. County'Judge-George F. Baltzell. business.
Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank pJIGULAI\.
Orange, 4th Monday in January. Philips. i "fEGT
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS f' PI'
Brevard,1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry., Treasurer-James E. Heam. I P .. tf(IN EYI.R'
: Madison. Collector of Ret'enm'-John B. Anderson. OUT or ORDER. i
Dade,3d Monday in April. by exemption for a term of years from I
Fall T mOran County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. C)1As NO EQl1A I.

: e, 2d :Monday in August. Madison.Collector of RetelltleB. D. Wadswortlr, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J.Erwin., taxation, offered by the several cities and : JiIIG'I; CHlHtE!!
Volusia; 2d Monday in September. FRANKLIN. :i I\ItwH\
Assessor Taxes W. P. Mad
of Thompson,
Brevhrd.!: 4th Monday in September.Dade towns. Apply to ;

2d Monday in November. ison. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk County-J.Judge A. Atkins.-Robert G. Baker.' .',, .. CHAS. ,Yo LEWIS, 130 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.

Officers. ,County Judge-Z, T.' Crawford, Manatee. SJieriff S. A. Floyd. J-f r,#35 Office, cor. Beach, &7th sts.Fernandina.' c\\\CAQQ o ANOF Pt.AIV
County Treasurer-R. H. Porter. GA.
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. ILLMASS.
/ .
ALACHUA.' Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level.Asse.1sor'of Collector of Jtcveiine George A. Patton.Assessorof .' fOR SALE BY
Taxes-F. J.Egbert. '. :: ., '- : .' -: -:, < ",'1 ,
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Taxes-W. F.'Parrish, Braden- : : '"; > '
ville. town. ,-- Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. ,->' _, j V' _,_'__ ,_ .. JAMES McGIFFlX,
Clerk-S. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEX. _, .'. -,' -
:r-j- .. : ) : -, ONTRACTOR, AND BUILDER.
Sheri S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. S R. Hams. -' ,: > ;'. C
Countg Judge-J.
Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S.,Reeves., f '' :.". .: { ,: ::; ':';l ':;' ." .::: ,

ville. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. 'J" ',. t ._ :> I > .. Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
Collector of, Revenue' -II.C. Denton,Gainesville MABION COUNTY.County s Trelurer-A. M. Smith. ,I., ,'; ',:'\.:;' I! iL >, FERNANDINA, FLA.
: ; Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Revenue-R.M. Morgan. > .
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, .Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. Orders and estimates from a distance carefully
Gainesville., ; ; > Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. L. ; .r / 25-tf
;. ':, X 3 : i f Superintendent of Schools-C. E. Allison. ) attended to. '




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.. FLORIDA ; MIRROR ; MARCH 7, 1885: .
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-: ;-V: ; Day Pas. 'Nt Pal. (TALLAHASSEE!: TO ST. MASK'S.)
: ; ; _" .,t. ,A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee........
..... .
.,. 8.00 .
LCXHMAJSPB. Leave Cedar Key.................. 7.30 ? air.
} : : 7.30 Arrive Wakulla............... .. .
W.J. : Leave Rosewood.................. 8.02 .. ...... 9.05 am
i fl 4 '"'.rii'. 8.10 Arrive St.. Mark's;............ .
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.? :: : ........ 9.30am
Leave Otter Creek........ ...
,' 1 :.} "" ,' t. "3j'J /.., ', ... 8.30 8.55 Leave
. Mark's-.......................10.00
:. Leave Bronson-... a.ra
. 9.12 9.55 I
Arrive Wakulla-......... .
.J' t',,' ...,........10.25
WAVE MADE GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR.A LARGER BUSINESS, HAV- '., ; Leave Archer..............'......... 9.43 10.30 Arrive ?. a m.
< Tallahassee........
'1 r V.I ............
7J ;11.30
T ing an INCREASED STOCK OF GOODS, '+: f'- "!? Leave Palmer....................... 9.58 10.49 a al
: ', ; -j-., jjs: ..: Leave Arredondo........;........10.12 '11.06 CONNECTIONS.At
J. ; : .. .
: ;: i :: Leave Gainesville..................10.36 '11.36
LANTL T Mr RT rllnn la: Shlwla: DnBSS G DS L TBmG .., ,'. .. .j. A. M. points Jacksonville North and, with East Waycross with the Lineforall
S ',' ': { [':' '.14 1. Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.18 12.30 dina & Jacksonville Short;Line Fernan-
.,..:, Leave Waldo.........................11.32 2.00 dina and with Steamers for Fernan-
BOOTS AND SHOES ':..>: e >.' Leave Thurston.....................11.55 2.30 the Stl;: Johns River, St. Augustine for all points etc. on

.'; !. P.M. At Baldwin with Florida
and thousands of other articles which I will sell for 85 per cent less than you pay .. fl\ -d'. Leave Starke-.......................12.30 2.50 Division for Gainesville Transit fc Peninsular '
in snottier house for the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and I l '- ,:' l",.( :, .. .',. Leave Temple's ....................12.35 2.58 nandina. Cedar Key'and all Gulf, Ocala Ports.Fer-
will convince you of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of every ten. ;-7 Leave Lawtey__....................12.53 3.22 At Live Oak with the Savannah
,v. J. LOHMAX, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.WHOLESALE ::: ; : Leave Highland...................- ,1.11 3.45 &Western Railroad. Florida
!:f'Er; ; i Leave Maxville...................... 1.29 4.15 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.50 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
,; Leave Baldwin..................... 1.56 5.40 urdays.At .
AND RETAIL. .;. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
Leave Dutton._..................... 2.30 6.15 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- ;
Arrive Callahan........:............ 3.00 6.50 sacola, Mobile Montgomery, New Orleans
cW '. 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 -, !
I f x e i x. -sn'__S Arrive Fernandina................. 4.35 8.50 Columbus and Eufaula.
_. #SJ'""Day Passenger daily except Sunday; The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. all points West.Through .
Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths

Inland DIVISION. secured ,at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
Steamboat Co.
1E WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAV RES.) and at new office southwest 'corner'of Bay
and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. ""
Pas. N't Pas. I
Gen'1Ticket and Pass.
Agent .i
STO DUST! P.M. A.M. Fernandina
-BUT- Leave Waldo......................... 3.20 1.00 C. W. MAXWELL, 'I
Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.30 Master of ,
A Delightful Trip Along the Picturesque Leave Hawthorne............. .... 3.54 1.50 Transportation, i
Baldwin Fla.
ii iDi Sea Islands. Leave Lochloosa................... 4.12 2.20 D. E. MAXWELL, ,
,tw rte Leave Citra.......................... 4.34 2.0 General Superintendent, it
r -- Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.48 3.09 Fernandina Fla.
I6r A PERFECT 'SERVICE. Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.25
f Leave Silver Spring.....;......... 5.37 3.35 Savannah, Florida and Western
-- Leave Ocala..........................- 5.58 4.17
THE IRON STEAMER, Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 RAILWAY. i

Leave Oxford......................... 6.55. 5.27 .
Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 5.55 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. 'i
F.--: ; Leave Leesburg...................... 7.50 6.55 I trains of this road Central tAll f
are run by I
"_ .-. : ;;::'... _" =. .. ..._. N. A Arrive Tavares....................... 8.20 7.25 ((90th) :Meridian time, which is 33 minutes

-- .'__ ,.., ':" .-..,.. ....'J--:::... ..-r--...-. _-..,--_ ."_""'""........."..,,on.._ 1 GOING NORTH. slower than Jacksonville time. .

---.- .,. ;..._ .. .=",' ;..:;o- "IIf '"'....._....._'.;H.ICsourH = A.M. P.M.
,.us.co.N 7'" ''1!-=.'F Leave Tavares........................ 6.25 5.20 and after Sunday, January 18,1885, ,
Leave Leesburg...................... 6.55 6.08 ON Trains will leave and arriveas
MARY MORGAN Leave Wildwood:....'.............. 7.25 7.10 follows: < j
A. B. .NOYES, Leave'Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. t
Leave Lake Weir Station...... 7.52 7.49 Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:30 a m t :
DEALER IN LEAVES FERNANDINA EVERY MON- Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 8.50 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p ra
and'Friday evenings, Leave Silver Spring............... 8.53 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m I ,
FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES, arriving at Savannah every Tuesday, Thurs- Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 9.36 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m I.
day and Saturday mornings. Leave Sparr's........................ 9.38 9.53 Arrive at Thpmasville daily! at...... 1:30 p m {
Hay and Grain Ship Stores LEAVES SAVANNAH foot of Lincoln Leave ..Citra........................... 9.53 10.16 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m ?) t
street, every Sunday,Tuesday and Thursday Leave Lochloosa...................10.15 10.46 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m {t t
FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS evenings,arriving at Fernandina every Mon- Leave Hawthorne..................10.37 11.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m r
day, Wednesday and Friday morning. Leave Dixie.........................10.55 11.40 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m 'I 4
Passengers North-bound connect at Savan- Arrive New Orleans .....
CROCKERY HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE A. M. daily at. 7:45 a m 1 i
nah with Rail and Steamship Lines; and Arrive" Waldo... ..... ............11.20 12.15 Arrive at Savannah dal.Iyat......... 1:30 p m
South-bound Passengers reaching Savannahby Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 7:25 m 1.
SfDay Passenger daily p ; '
Rail or the Ocean Steamship Companyfrom ; except Sunday; :
Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- ?
Prices Low as the Lowest. New York and Boston, or Boston .& Night Passenger daily. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- !

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

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

A.M. P. M. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this ,
Entitled 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 i t
Approved May 23, 1877. for Taxation for the Year 1885. NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS,AND :MEXICO.For Leave Hart's Road................11.43 5.37 and New Orleans. 1
-0>E IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY E IT ORDAINED BY' THE CITY, tickets apply toLeveAlden agen- P.M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville 4 1
D Council Fernandina: B Council of,Fernandina: cies, or any regular ticket agent.F. Arrive Jacksonville..............12.50 ,6.35 to Cincinnati via Jesup. i. j

SECTiON 1. The Mayor shall keep a docket SECTION 1. That for the purpose of meet W. SIMMONS, Agent GOING NORTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville +
book in which he shan enter the title of ing the -current expenses of said city, and Fernandina, Fla. A.M. P. M. to St. Louis via Waycross. i
every case brought:; before him, all adjournments the, past" due indebtedness thereof, for the C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, Leave Jacksonville................ 8.45 2.30 ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.
the time and manner of the trial or year 188!; there be raised, by a levy upon Savannah, Ga. Leave Hart's Road.................. 9.43 3.42 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:25 p m l
other disposition of the case, the judgmentand the real :and personal property of the A. O. MAcDONELL, Arrive Fernandina..10.10 12 Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at..12:30 p ra t I
city Arrive at Callahan at._......... 2:04
sentence, including the costs assessed' as' assessed, &' tar of twelve and one-half Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, ;' Trains daily except Sunday. daily! pm' #:
Arrive at Waycross dally at. 3:50 m
the of all Fernandina p
names witnesses sworn on the trial, (121)) 'mills on the dollars, as follows: Fla. SUNDAY EXCURSION. !
Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 5:25 m
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 m t.
him in each case, and he shall sign his For past due Bonds....................2i mills. General Superintendent, Arrive Fernandina.....................10.33 a. m. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to p Sa- ;t
name threto after rendering judgment.SEC. 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 stations ,.
be 2. Whenever any fine or costs shall tax above assessed for current expenses may Arrive Jacksonville.................... 5.25p.m. between Jacksonville and Savannah. ,C
imposed on any person convicted of any be paid in scrip cash but ,
or that the f
offense, the Mayor shall commit the accusedto ; remainder FAST MAIL. i

the custody of the Marshal with orders to ( mills of of the the tax, or the two and one-half CONNECTIONS.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m l
(2J) tax'.thus: assessed shall be
collect the said fine and costs and turn said paid in cash, bonds or ,, e, .. Arrive! at JacksonvIlle.dally at......12:00 m )J
fines and costs over to the Mayor, and if the Passed first coupons. FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive! at Callahan daily! at........... 3:10 p m 9 1
reading December 3 188!. f'
said fines and costs are not paid immediately Passed second With New York and Fernandina Steam- Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m _)
to commit the prisoner to the city jail, Adopted December reading 3. 188 December!. 3, 188!. \. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35: p m ,
there to be imprisoned until said fine and G. F. I for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Savannah daily! at........ 8:17 p m 1 1THE
costs shall be paid; provided that such imprisonment Attest AVERY, President. .._ I(I. With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 am. I.f

shall not exceed one day for : : E. 0.. FRIEND, Clerk, ".... ,... ., .. I and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Washington D.C., daily..ll:00 p m l
each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine -; : ..R .; CALLAHAN. Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m :
Approved : -
and costs. W. H. POPE \..-..- ,".., I To and from Savannah and Charleston, Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars I :J.. .
SEC.3. All persons imprisoned in the and all points North and West, daily.AT Jacksonville to New York without change. i
city jail under sentence of the Mayor's '." .. ', .. ;; Passengers for Brunswick take this train. If"1.

Court or for failure to' pay a fine and costs, :Fl.. .A.-U-S-rX1'W, ... .' To and from Palatka HAWTHORNE daily except, Sunday.AT JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. I 1
may be employed,by direction of the Mayor, ; } Leave Jacksonville daily It_......... 5:35 p m i tjL
at labor upon the streets or public works of MANUFACTURER OF j : WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m ,
the city, and all persons imprisoned for nonpayment With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:30 p.ra I t':1 {
of fines and costs shall receive a Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00: p ra 1

credit at the rate of one dollar per day, with .. '7'' .... '" .' ... ",, .. .. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive! at Jesup daily at................10:55: pm'I "
subsistence for such labor which shall be < )i 1f. : "" ::; With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Macon daily! at.............. 7:50 m al':}
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 ra I. f
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 SleepingCars rI
supervision of the Mayor, shall have P 1ALJ R rrI r; D Inm K ST TVJI every Saturday. via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. f.
charge and control of the city jail and of all With Tampa Steamship Company's Steam Connections at Atlanta with Western and >> 'i
prisoners confined therein, and shall be re- era for and from .Key',West, Monday and Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and 'If 't
sponsible for their safe keeping and proper Thursday; for Tampa and :Manatee, Mon Georgia Railroads for all points West and I
care. All persons arrested by the Police of day and Friday.For Northwest. a i t
this city for any offense, either with or with I RAILROADS. information respecting routes, rates, EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.. (

out a warrant shall be immediately delivered ..nPIp,111111 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 8:50 p m' i a I
by the officer making the arrest to the P TIME CARl dina, or to they Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:00 a ra :; i
Marshal at the jail, together with the war OF THEFLORIDA' : sonville. Arrive at Callahan daily at.....-... 0:41 p ra
rant or statement of the cause of arrest, and IIIIIIMIYI: IIk Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10 am'
tuch person shall thereupon be held in cus- RAILWAY NAVIGATION FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Gainesville daily at............ 5.40 p m II
OIly by the Marshal, subject to the further Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50 p m
order of the Mayor. In Effect January 25th, 1885. CENTRAL &; WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm- !
SEC. 5. The Marshal shall keep a recordof Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a m :
.all prisoners confined in the city, jail,. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVEB.) Arrive at Albany daily at.............10:30: a m } 1
giving the date of their commitment and (FEBNANDINA' TO CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.No.1. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m ,
discharge by what authority and for whatcause (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) No. 3. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 am'
and shall report every morning to the S GOING Day Pass. Night Pass. Arrive at Brunswick daily at.......- 6:05 a m
:Mayor !list of all prisoners received by him SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas.A.M. Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30am 3.55pm Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m I
.... ...
during the hours. Arrive Baldwin .... 8.11am 4.39pm
SEC. 6. All Ordinances twenty-four or parts of Ordinances Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. Leave Fernandina.................10.25. P.M.5.30 i Leave" Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43pm Arrive Pullman at Charleston Palace Sleeping daily at..12:40 Cars Jacksonville p m ,
with the provisions Lake City......... 9.47 am 6.40pm t
conflicting of Louisville via Thomasville.
thIs Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.10 LiveOak............10.31 am' 7.43 m to t
Ordinance are hereby repealed. COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS Arrive Callahan....................11.42 7.15 ..... p Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack-
First reading December 9 1884. Madison ..... 11.57am 9.15pm Pullman
Leave Callahan..11.52 7.40 sonville to Washington, D. C.
second reading December 9, 18S!. Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 8.20 Monticello 12.40 p m Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan-
Passed its third reading and adopted December LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, P.M. Arrive Tallahassee. 2.27 p m nah. Connections at Montgomery with
Tallahassee....... 12.00 n't
9, 188.1. Leave Brandy Branch.........12.38 8.38 Leave -2.32pm Louisville and Nashville Railroad for New-
.............. 3.34 1.22
G. F. AVERY, President of Council. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Arrive' Baldwin..12.55 9.05 Quincy p m am Orleans and Texas points and the West and .
Attest Chatta. River.... 4.50
: Leave Baldwin...................... 1.00 10.00 p m Northwest. At Savannah with Central
EMIL 0. FRIEND, Clerk. I Leave Maxville..................... 1.30 10.30 EASTWARD. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and .
Approved : DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Leave Highland..................... 1.48 10.51 No. 2. No.4.DavPass" Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -
- W. H., POPE. Leave Lawtey....................... 2.02 11.12 Night Pass.Leave'Chatt'chee for all points North, with steamshipsfor I
Leave Temple's..................... 2.18 11.35 River.10.45 a ra New York, Philadelphia: Boston and
,, K. YUKMGIIT: AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.45, Quincy -...........12.20 p m 2.07 a m Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
TIN for Tin Gutters filled. A.M.: ,Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27 p m 3.36 p m New York. Philadelphia Baltimore.
AGENT, Wind Mills for pumping water promptly or running Leave Thurston2.54 12.05 Leave Tallahassee .......1.34 p ra 3.48 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail i

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL' light machinery promptly erected on order. Arrive Waldo........................ 3.14 12.35 Monticello-....... 2.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage
BUTCHER 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
ANDDealer at a bargain. Leave Gainesville.................. 4.05 2.20 Live Oak..._...... 5.39 p m 8.33 a m and sections secured at Company's office in .
3J*Stoves at Wholesale Prices. Leave Arredondo................... 4.23 2.45 Lake City......... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot -
in Ice All goods delivered at the various trans- Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.34 2.58 Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01 pm 11.26 am I 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.....;..... 8.08pm ,11.31am Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE!:
charge. All sales for cash. Leave Bronson............-......... 5.21 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50 p m ,12.16 pm and JENNIE LANE.
BROOM STREET WHARF, Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.00 5.05 Trains 1 and 2'daily; Trains and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR,
CORNER BROOME ANI SECOND STS. Leave Rosewood.................- 6.33 5.55 not run west'of ,Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger'Agent.A. .
Uf FERNANDINA,' FLA. Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884: Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.03 6.35 will run Mondays. M. IVES, As'ent. <



., THE .FLORID: '. MIRfidR r': MARCH 7, "1885. .'. ,. '" .

j' -
t .
THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Mrs. Grundy' Says: .; ; It'J!&' T. Kydc 1 t ; rt". t 4t -.1..t 1t ( t,; I' ,
Mrs Turbell :
Morrill Rochester
Mrs O H '- 1. + ; J. ''' 1
That she wishes' to know how you all like: Minn; Mrs F M Hoyt, Milwaukee. Wis ; F L' Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg ', :"

fg.OO'A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS it as far as you have got under the new I DeForest John R Haxton, New York City ; Edgings and Ipsertings, bought 25 per cent.below : ..' L, .' t.
., Democratic dispensation? C H Kershaw Charleston ; R M Smith, t mantlt(acturers'rrice which ;;they 1" s {I' '-:"f_:'-:""" 'lt""' .r I1' .
Starke Fla Hiram Jelliff Miss Jelliff. New offer at astonishingly prices. "Call and :K' : f
: ; \
Reflections. That she reckons : .,.. ." ,
all of feel
':' nearly you a York ; W McCullough and wife Miss Alex: see them. u* -

little more secure under' 'old-fashioned,, Thomson, Cincinnati. OF Gardley, Lock, .. .
: ,
Ed. Swann, Esq. son,of Mr.S. A. Swann, Hollandlsh
,. honest rule'once more;; .. Haven, Pa; Miss P L Smith and maid V C: Herring ,. '\ '' '
is on a Visit to his old home. ,That it,has been such a long in'tervalor Turner and 'wife;Chicago ; A F Estabrook'and Just arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S.

The city registration books are now wife, Mrs, J V Fletcher, Boston'C ': :< Cor. Sixth and Ash sts. ,.. Two.Millions
open misrule "
that (have almost how .
we. forgotten
Schwab and wife, Brooklyn. N Y; Mrs Dr ; .
at the office: of City Clerk'Friend.. to conduct, ourselves with propriety again ; Wacstaff and maid, NewYork ; Miss Wag- ,, j"Atlantic:tParifion,. .

I. S. O'Neil, Esq., of New Hope, has 'That she wonders if the "rascals": will be staff West Islip, .L I; Mr and Mrs L F of acres of Farming, Orange
: Mrs. be her* ,
George, Miss George. Mr and Mrs Win Henry Sweeney, would p E'd.tosee,
been reappointed Justice of the Peace by "turned out?" Timber and
Gunther, E R Gunther, New York ; James friends and the old patrons of the Idle Grazing Lands

Governor Perry. That the United States officials in town McCrossen and wife, Wausau, Wis ; Chas P Hour," at the ,Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia situated in counties and
little attentions them Haselton and wife Miss Anne ,Haselton Beach, where she is now established. 29 ,
: Chairman McGiffin, ,of the Street Committee are having many paid ,
Minneapolis, Minn : W Pfale. L A Pfale, comprising the lands bought
lias made some excellent improvements just now ;
Haselton, Ohio Jacob Dold and wife Last Notice to Tax-Payers..
; Sir Edwards
on Third street,just south of Centre. 'That the favorite question is, Where are Philip Becker and wife Edward Haron and ., ,. by J. Reed, from
I will be at office on Second street,
you going? wife, Mrs A Heron. Miss Shea Buffalo, N my the State of Florida in Iare1
Amelia settlement, on this 'island, received rear of Prescott's.shoe store, daily during 1881
Y H E H Brereton. Yonkers NY ,
That it was evident that ; ; GeorgeS
Wednesday. our from 9 3 Air the
an accession last week of three fami- Laird, New York George W February a.111.-.to p, m., now offered at I
customs officer did not voice the sentimentof ; Dellinger, of receiving the State and countytaxes graded
lies'from the North, aggregating 17 persons.In Jennie Dellinger, St Paul ; D N Dellinger, .purpose These lands
for 1884. Property on which the taxes prices.
General Dix certain occasion were
on a
; M TR W Perkins, Connecticut selected -
another column will be found the ; ; remain unpaid ,on :March 1st will be advertised -
pro- That if he had Sam or some of the other Peter Fisher, Sayre Ville, NY ; Mr. and by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
clamation of calling an elec-
Mayor Pope Mrs
Win H New Haven. Conn
assistants would have been with Mosely. ;
Collector Revenue Nassau,County. late Commissioner
tion for city officers for the ensuing muni-i Miss .J.'itz, Chelsea Mass ; Robert W Kennedy Fernandina ley, of the
orders if hauls down that January 31,1885.
any man flag, ,Trenton, N'J ; F W Crane, New York ; State Land Office
cipal year. shoot him on the spot ;" Wm Neill. Savannah Ga; John B Morganand Mr.

The steamship San Antonio, Captain Wilder That the fact of the custom house scud- wife, Brooklyn, N Y ; J H C Bell, MissJ Notice to City TaxPayers.I M. A. Williams, late agent for

left yesterday for New York with the ding under a bare pole that day indicates Peeples, Pittsbnrg, Pa .; J B Upham, am now ready to receive the city taxes sale of State lands which fact
Boston. ,
of 1884. Can be found at my office, next
bales 274
following cargo: 1,269 cotton, how the blow
severe was; door to from 9 is of
Custom-House, a. m. to 4 p. a guaranty their
ra? boxes oranges, 129 packages vegetables, 48 That it matters little howwell one may Range'of: Thermometer m. every day, except Sunday, until March high

"yc pails shrimp, 34: packages merchandise. be positioned under the Government, Presi- FOB'THI WBKK: ENDING FRIDAY, MARCH '6, 1885, 4th, 1885, after which time the books will be quality. The purchase knownas
AT HOESEX'S DRUG STORE. closed and all that the
We call attention to the notice in another dential elections always cause a feeling O f property taxes are the Reed Purchase was only
tp TA.M. 12 M. SP.M. 6P.M. WIND. not paid on at thatdate will be advertised,.
column of the establishment of the Mirror insecurity. Ain't that so? Saturday, Feb.28..56 64 64 62 N. W. as provided by statute., opened for sale this and
:March year,
Sunday, i.58 64
: 63 61 N. W.
Book Bindery. Persons having files of magazines That there will certainly be reform in C. J. WESTBERG.
f Monday, 62 61 60 N. E. the lands have not been
s or collections of pamphlets or books one direction-there will be no personal Tuesday t 3.... .56 60 60 59 N.W. City Tax Collector of Fernandina, Fla.
Wednesday," 4......57 64 63. 62 N. W.
1r requiring rebinding will find it to their interest transportation charges sent in for the Gov- Thursday, 5.. ..58 65 65 .64 N. E. Special BargainsIn picked over. No part has

M, to send in their work, which will be ernment to pay ; Friday, 6..58 64 64 62 N. E. Towels, Doyliesand Turkey Red .Dam been reserved in any manner,

satisfactorily done. Many valuable files are That President Cleveland charters his MARINE. ask, at J. & T. KYDD'S. and the whole is open for sale.

N broken and pamphlets lost or destroyed for trains and pays for them ; :

the want of being properly bound and pre- That he evidently objects to any form of Port of Fernandina. Mattings Mattings Special prices on large tracts.

,: served. toadyism ;" HIGH WATER. A great bargain in Fancy Mattings, 15 Timber lands, virgin forests in

........... cents a yard, at J. & KYDDS.
Saturday, March 7. 0:17 0:37
A. M.
4' p. M.
i P. W. O. Koerner, Esq., managing engi- That the lady of the White House, the Sunday; 8............ 1:06 1:27 bodies of 50,000 acres and up

neer of the Messrs. Bucki, at Ellaville, is in President's sister, Miss Cleveland, will fill Monday, 9............ 1:.'>7 2:19 For Sale.
Tuesday, 10........... 2:50" 3U" wards. Lands sold for cash,
.k the city, superintending the removal of his the position with a grace and intelligencethat Wednesday," 11........... 3:44 4:09" A very good Organ, whose catalogue priceis
household furniture! to Ellaville. :Mr. Koer will be a surprise to Washington Thursday, 12............ 4:37" 5.-03 $165 will be sold at $55. or on long time.
Friday, 13............ 5:29 15:56 i "' '
' : Also, a$60 Sewing Machine at $40: i
,,who has had charge of the rebuildingof society The
nero ; ENTERED. MRS. MARY ,GODFREY. : Florida Land and Mortgage Co.
the mills since they were, burnt down, informs That sense and substantiability will take Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette,. from ,
us that they are now complete. The the place of sentiment and show in the atmosphere Brunswick daily with freight and pas- FLORIDA.
Private Board
sengers to F. W. Simmons, agent. ,
4 car manufactory started operations on Tuesday of the White House for the next Mch. 3-Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, ,from 0 At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.

last, and has at present a capacity of four years; New R. W.York Southwick i.freight, agent.and passengers to near Egmont Hotel. .

s.13$ ten cars a day. That we believe Cleveland cannot be Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor I
P blinded by the glitter of golden Palatka; 'freight: and passengers, to without board. Transient. boarders will .
purses r .
The City Council. W. O. Jeffreys, afent. be accommodated. J '
shaken before his eyes ; Steamship City McKee MRS.. T. Y G. THOMPSON.
t A regular meeting of the City Council from Charleston
; : : freight and
That, coming as he has from among the passen- Fernandina, Fla., January, 10. 1885.
was held on Wednesday evening last. : gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent
people, he will not forget, as so many have Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, r
i Present: G. F. Avery, President: Aldermen from Palatka; freight and passengers, .
forgotten while in his that the
position, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent'
Hoyt, :McGiffin, Austin, Dorsey, King. people, and not their officials, rule in the Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt,from

The following bills were ordered paid : Savannah; freight and passengers, to ., .
United States .
; F. W. Simmons, agent. 'J
; T. Kydd services as Treas. from May :
That Grant this Steam-packet Mary Morgan Truitt, from
forgot Hayes never THE NEWPORT OF THE SOUTH.
1st 1S84 to March 1st 1885125.00
'r ?1t Savannah; freight and passengers, to ?
I .
C. H. Huot, lumber.................. '..... 73.26 knew it while Garfield and Arthur were F. W. Simmons, agent. .
r R. L. Denefield, marshal, for Feb...... 41.66 both blinded by the glitter of wealth and 2-Schooner Florence RandallRandallNewYork
:May Denefield, lighting lamps, for the of their surround- ;jetty stone to Lara&Ross.
stupefied by servility
- :February..................................... 20.00 CLEARED. 4TuE[ EGMONT I HOTEL}! >
:May Denefield, hauling garbage........ 17.00 ings ; Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for
; Stephen Morris, police, for February 35.00 That there will be no hero worship around Brunswick daily, with freight and
by F. W. Simmons,
ti"ft :Newton Bradley,police, for February 35.00 President Cleveland; Meh. Steamship passengers City of San Antonio;Wilder agent :
4 !Parish Johnson, special police......... 2.50 for New York; freight and passengers, GEORGE MELLON, Proprietor,
{ :Francis Jones special police............. 2.50 That although not a warrior like Grant, by R. W. Southwick, agent.

:Caesar Baker, special police............... 2.50 nor a statesman like Evarts, nor a double- Feb.28-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee i
F :W. H. Pope Mayor 5 months, to dealer like Blaine he is citizen of for Palatka; by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
merely a 28-Steamship .of Palatka, for
i' March 1st, 1885............................ 166.00 the United States and an honest man, who, Charleston City; by W.O. Jeffreys Vogel, aprent., ,

Upon motion of Alderman Hoyt, the Col- Mch. 4-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
like George Washington cannot tell lie.
a for Charleston;freight and passengers, :
s l lector was instructed to close the tax-books Thank God, we have an honest President! by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. t
April 1st, 1885. 2-Steamship Cam Marth (British), lIurrelli
Queenstown for orders; cotton seed
l Skating Carnival. and naval stores by Wm. Lawtey. .J,
Archdeacon Kirkby. Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, for
1F : The congregation of St. Peter's Episcopal The Fernandina Roller Skating Club will Savannah; freight and passengers, by T

it ;Church in this city have been highly favored hold its fifth carnival and ball next Steam-packet F. W. Simmons Mary, agent.Morgan, Truitt, for = wan III,, I I

,by having services during the:present week Wednesday night, March 11th, commencingat Savannah; freight and passengers, by = I, I Iti, lull llliI'an'' aI
{ F. W. Simmons, agent.. ,
:from the Rev. Archdeacon Kirkby, of the 8 o'clock. As upon former occasions, 1

: ;I English Church. The Archdeacon has been skating will give way to dancing at 9:30 City Keglstratlon N r ice. _
i ;for many years connected with the missionary o'clock, previous to which the skaters will The Registration Books of the City of

i have full possession of the floor. A fine Fernandina, which are now open at my
{ work in the Hudson Bay region
office in my store'on Centre street, will be ., '' j jII
1; :and the more remote parts of the British pair of skates is to be given as a prize to the closed on Wednesday,,the first day. of April, mmlmu nl im

Dominion of North America, and has a lady wearing the best original costume, anda at 6 o'clock p. m., A. D. 1885.

1 j., large fund of interesting incidents connected handsome silver medal, suitably en- ,(tv"' EMIL 0. FRIEND City Clerk.,

t' with his mission work with which he instructs graved, will be given the gentleman whom Fernandina, Fla., March 5, 1885.

: and enlivens his audiences. On the judges decide to be the best costumed.

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday eve- Members of the club will not compete for Shoes,Shoes, Shoes.

the medal.A We have just opened a new stock of La- _
he Lenten lectures. prize
" rings gave appropriate dies and Gents' Shoes, in fine goods, that
On Wednesday afternoon he gave a most first-class string'band has been engagedto we are selling at prices that defy competition OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK,

instructive talk to the children of the furnish music for the occasion, and the at MODE BROS'.

Parish, and on Thursday afternoon on dancers particularly will enjoy their selec- FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
t w woman's work. tions, which will be late and choice. The Ladles and Misses Hose,

doors will at half Admis- In great variety AT PAUL FUNKE'S.A .
He is a most able preacher and lecturer, open past seven.

r and is as eloquent as he is interesting.It sion, fifty rents for gentlemen, and twenty- Large Line of New White Goods NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.GbET .

It speaks well for the life and energetic five cents for ladies. Just received by J. &; T. KYDD, consistingof : I' ',' : .,,

i; devotion of the English Church that she plain and plaid Nainsooks.Victoria Lawn,

r(; should send into those far-off heathen lands Egmont Hotel Arrivals.J Linon de Dacca, India and Persian Lawns.
M W and wife Mrs L D and French Organdies etc., which are
Cody ,
men of such culture, scholarship and ability marked at very low figures. =
Warrentown, Ga; James McCutcheon, Mrs
i as Archdeacon Kirkby, whose ministra- E M Collier, Alleghany City, Pa; Mrs Jas .

tions would be most acceptable in the very Laughlin, Jr,' Miss Laughlin; Mrs J F Kid Gloves.

centres of cultivation and society.A Leach, Washington, DC; D A Beckwith, Just received a"large assortment of La- OUR PRICES
r St Louis; Mr and Mrs B Fitch, New York ; dies and Gents' Black Kid Gloves of the

Benj F Kellogg and wife Fall River Mass ; best quality, at MODE BROS'. '.
Valuable. Cargo. W R Kenyon and wife, Geo R Kenyon and

1 a It is not ,the first one' by many that has wife, Onatonna, Miss; Jacksonville C L Eggs for Hatchiug. -FORSASH -

' 'passed through Fernandina for European Donovan, Mrs Johnson, ; Mrs Plymouth Rocks Brown and White
A G G Springer, Ottawa, CanadaI J o
" :ports. For several years past our enterprising Beesly Springer New York Philip Gayland Cleve- Leghorns, choice stock. Two dollars per ,_ _++ +:++ ++++++ 1
of 13. \\ F. SCOTT.
townsman, Mr. Wm. Lawtey, each, land, Ohio ; F J Donaldson, G W Donald- setting '

;season has loaded a number of steam- son, Lee Bloom, New York ; Thos J McKenzie -
Cincinnati Thos C Stearns and complete line of Carpets, Mattings, Oil
ships' for various European ports. The ; BLINDS DOORS
Cloths in stock at
wife. Rome, Ga; Jas Gardner, New York ; etc. Rugs always ,
;success he has met with in his Mr and Mrs B F Jones, Mrs A Laughlin, Jr, MODE BROS'.

efforts demonstrates the feasibility of two children and maid, Pittsburgh. Pa ;' ,

{ :establishing a direct line of steamships ,be- Capt C J Westberg, Florida; Leon Taylor, Silks, Satins and Laces., \
Jacksonville; Mrs D C Jackson, Cincinnati; AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
this city and Liverpool semi-monthly
Mrs R W Roberts New York; L Warrock,
during the winter. We understand that the Jacksonville; H R Smith and wife Mans- New Spring Clothing.A .

railroad company is giving attention to this field, Ohio; T Perkins, Chicago ; Thos M fine line of New Spring Clothing, fash-. Before Purchasing Elsewhere.A .

matter; and we hope to record it as an ac- Carnegie, Dungeness; Ludger Bolduc Que- ionable cut and well made at low prices.
bec; Alex Hoover, Alex W Cason, Norris-
fact before the is Fine Clothing a specialty at
complished summer over.
town. Pa; Geo W Hussey, Albert Mindred, J. & T. KYDD'S.
The Cam Marth, which Mr. Lawtey has Frank Readrid, Miss L G Hussey, Savan-

just cleared, is, without doubt, the largest nah ; Josiah L Hale, Boston ; Mr and Mrs Gents Furnishing ,GoodsIn LARGE ,STOCK JUST RECEIVED.
Rutherford, New Jersey Jas Laughlin, Jr, .
ship that has ever been loaded at this port. ; all styles AT PAUL FUNKE'S. _
Mrs M T Hays, Miss Page Pittsburgh, Pa;
She is 284 feet long, and 2,400 tons dead Thos Kerr and wife .Mrs M C Kerr, Mrs

weight capacity. She was loaded with cot- Learitt, Kankakee, Ill :' Mr and Mrs J B Notice Stockholders' Meeting.

ton,'cotton seed, rosin, cedar, etc. Her cargois Holden, Mrs Crooker,'Mrs Andrew Blurae. ,FERNANDINA, FLA., )
Mr and Mrs B S Freeman Boston ; ,Jas C Feb. 20.,1885.THE j FRED W. HOYT & CO.
which is des-.
valued at$35,000, a part of ,
Rae, Pittsburgh ; J H McGinniss, Jacksonville regular annual meeting of the ,
,tined for Asia Minor.' She crossed the bar ;,C D Smith, NewYork ; Geo ,A Pills- of the Florida Railway &

on Tuesday morning, drawing 17 feet 3 bury,Mrs Chas A Pillsbury, Minneapolis; Navigation Company-will be held at the
inches. Both Mr. Lawtey and the captamwlare 'Mr and Mrs E W Bissell,
very much gratified, because of the Buckley, Detroit, Mich ; S Black and wife, idaon Tuesdaythe 17th day of March,1885., SECOND STREET, ABOVE CENTRE,

despatch with which the cargo' was delivered Miss Mattie Robb, Frankfort, Ky; Miss at 12 o'clock noon.

by the railroad. She was loaded and Helen ,Cook, G :'E Cook. Canton'Ohio; C B.. S. HENNING, .
had gone to sea in six days, less time than S Hulbert, C Morse and wife, Minneapolis; E'R. REYNOLDS,. .. .--... President.

:was allowed by her charter party., G W Van Dusen and wife, H Van Dusen, Secretary.'. .q,,"t.. ,. ; F'E1L1 A.1VDI1eT1: 1. F" I-a-: .4..

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