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: May 23, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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IIUSSIA'S ATTITUDE. to the right bank of the Oxus in their 'permanent -. ,opening of a free communicatTbn? : ; from the RULES AND REGULATIONS vessel l, whether arriving in cargo or bal'ast.) I

occupation. They protested also Black Sea to Mediterranean.'* In this .. ,and if in ballast the! kind of ballast where

sUE IWC3 SOT WANT INDIA-ECGEXE SCHDYLEB against the advance of the Russians through, stage of civilization the world at large should IS RELATION TO taken,on and where discharged ; and further.
THINKS liEU OBJECT MERELY HER OWN the mode or method adopted by him in the
FREE IEV ELOPMENT. the Turcoman steppes, and especially sympathize') with the 'free' development of QUARANTINE.Adopted matter'of'cleansing or disinfectimiganyyes-i

The advance of Russia in Asia has been against the occupation of Merv in 1884. 'any nation so long as ,it interferes with the set requiring purification.- arriving froman

Some even went so far as to advise sending rights of no other state, rather than with infected or :suspected:; port and the char-
marked by many phases: First, the conquest by the Board: of Heath,for Xassau acter and quantity of material nisi cir employed -
and ammunition to the Turcomansin the policy of restriction. :The opening of
of Siberia by the Cossacks in the sixteenth money 1 fr.such purpose, and shall report all
the Rus the and the Dardanelles should County, Fla., May 18, 1885.
century and the gradual extensionof order to enable them to oppose Bosphorus sickness of any kind found on any vessei

Russian! colonization to the coast of the sians. ,The occupation of Merv and the. he merely a question: between Russia and arriving number, the character of the disease, the-

neighboring provinces brought the Russians Turkey, in which! foreign potters should !Mt-k. etc. '
Pacific, whole Asiatic tribes being made SKC. 10 The
SECTION Inspector shall further
1. During the quarantine season, re-
for the first time close to the Afghan frontier have no actual interest except/to desire the
Russian without port tIt the Board without and
nominally subjects any it shall .be the duty of the pilots to conductto delay any
particular intention on their part of fnl- and to Herat, always considered the freedom of the seas and of the'straits." the quarantine grounds all vessels ai riving every violation or infraction of any of therules

of I key to India. The English had at last givenup But whether or not the Russians desire in the harbor of Fernandina, except the or regulations of said Board"relating;
duties but for the
filling purpose their fears that Russia might advance, the conquest of 'India, :'or simply to gain a lines (of coastwise steamers, and bring to to quarantine ; and in all cases where immediate -
receiving the presents customary on such anchor at such quarantine grounds all such or prompt( action is required shall
occasion This continued through the through Kashgar, or the mountain panes: of position from which to annoy tt (English, vessels, there to remain for such time as the report to the President of the Board, whose-

whole of the seventeenth and eighteenth the Himalayas, and owing to their own it is the obvious duty of the- ritish Government Port Physician shall designate, and the said duty i it shall be in every such case ,reportedto

defeats and bad fortune had become con- to decide upon a' fro'fHier: which! pilots shall immediately notify the ,Port institute proceedings fort the enforcement:
Centuries.: Then beginning about thirty Physician, by hiving the national ensign at of the law in such ca e provided.SEC. .
vinced that it would be difficult for the the Russians cannot be allowed/to overstep.
years ago, a continuous pushing forward of the foremast-head, of the arrival of said 17. The Inspector shall personallyvisit
the Russian outposts on the southern frontier Russians to attack India by the way of Ca- Much as they might protest and question, it vessels ; and the said pilots shall hand the at the quarantine grounds all vessels

into the the bul ; but Herat once occupied, the road i is obviously impossible for the English to master or person having charge of said ves- arriving at the harbor as soon as:, possible:
of Siberia subjugation -
steppes, sel, of these rules and after such arrival, and, there inspect the
a regulations.SEC.
would be easier, all successful: invasions of insist upon a frontier line drawn throughthe copy
whether nominal or real, (various 2. All vessels quarantined under the same, and If found in good sanitary condition -
Trites of Kirghiz and Kalmucks until thee! India having come from the Afghan fron- steppes, which they have, no )possibilityof provisions of these rules shall remain at said and not otherwise restricted to

culminated in the conquest of Turkestan tier. The Russians, in reply to England's defending, and it is for their interest, as quarantine without communication with quarantine by the rules of this Board, he

'questions, had already proposed a commission they wish: no further barren possessions, to the shore, or with any person or persons shall give a certificate of inspection and
anti Tashkent by General Tchernaieff, health which
speedily whatever or with other boats vesselsof certificate shall fully identify
of the bounda- restrict themselves to what they really hold, any
for the purpose settling the vessel
followed by the occupation of Samar- any description whatever, unless by spe- certify to her good sanitary
cand. After this Bukhara was made a, close ries of Afghanistan, which the English had and to draw the frontier as,near India as is cial permission: of the Port Physician: ; and condition The certificate so given shall

:111Khh'a subdued in 1873! Kho- refused, fearing lest by accepting this they safe, by which they can be nearer their own no person or persons, or boats or vessels:; be demanded and taken up by the HarborMaster
was :
; ; of the Port from the of
Russian base of operations and the Russians far shall visit or hold any communication with master any
would to as
; implicitly agree occupa- I ;
kai.d was annexed shortly afterward ; and any quarantined vessel, unless by special vessel receiving the same, and entering the
Kuldjah had already been occupied. All tion up to the very line. After Merv (Vas as: possible from theirs. It would seem that authority from the Port Physician ; and if harbor and by the Harbor Master deliveredto

this was done without much system and taken the Russians renewed their proposition the English made a mistake in 1872 in insisting any quarantined vessel shall hold communication the President of the Board of Health ;

:and this time it was accepted The on the Oxus as.the'boundary betweenAfghanistan with any other quarantined vessel, and no vessel; shall be assigned to any berth,
without orders from the Government at 8t.Petersburg. / then such J vessel shall be quarantined' for or allowed to approach any wharf or dock
English, however, proposed that the Boundary and the Russian'protected'- in the harbor Fernandina
It was never possible to drawback fifteen days additional, addition to all of or receive or
the boundaries, but every flesh dispute Commission should consist of one Englishman utary states. The tribes and petty countrieson other fines or penalties imposed by these discharge any cargo: without first obtainingsuch

one Russian and one Afghan. the left bank of the Oxus, although at regulations.SEC. certificate. Provided, that this regulation -
\ with the natives led to an acquisitionof
that various times had to Afghanistan 3. On and after the opening each with reference to certificate inspec-
This Russia objected to on the ground they been bject
and influence. The last tion shall
territory phase year of the National Quarantine Station) not apply to coastwise steamers
was reached only after and indeed in consequence according to their own arrangement with had frequently oeen entirely independent ,(Sapelo Sound), all vessels from infected plying between Brunswick, Savannah. "

of the Treaty of Berlin. At a time England, and especially by the treaty made and were of the 'same,, Turkish ports having sickness on board shall be direct 'Charleston, New York and Fernandina, unless
the tribes the bank. >d by the pilot to proceed to said Na- specially ordered by the Board.
between the Ameer of Afghanistan and En- race as livingon right,
when with seemed imminentthe
war England tional Quarantine Station. SEC. 18. It shall be the duty of the
gland after the late war, the Afghans were It was therefore always, to be possible for i
Quarantine order all vessels)
Russians resolved to advance in a dif- SEC 4. Any vessel::; arriving at this port, Inspector to i
ferent direction between the Caspian and put under English protection ; that while ,Russia, in the event of war,when all thingsare bearing the certificate of the National Quar-I I I into quarantine found upon inspectionto

the Sea of Aral southward, where steps had the English Commissioner could ask the allowable, to carry-on intrigues with antine Officer, must be brought to anchor at be in a foul and unsanitary con-
dition to be cleansed and
Afghan for advice and counsel, just as the such people. : the quarantine station and there remain thoroughly F
already been taken to subjugate the wild until released bv the order of the Board of disinfected. And all vessels arriving "
Turcoman tribes, partly with the intention, Russians would the Turcomans,, their sub I The great trouble of the English in the Health. from ports south of 25 north latitude, and

now for the first time avowed or existing, jects the boundary must be drawn by the I. matter is Afghanistan, for it is wrong to SEC.) 5. All such vessels as are describedin any vessel which may at any time within t '

of pushing near India as possible. Up to two nations alone. After some discussionthis consider Afghanistan as one'country! as it Section 3, arriving during the closure of sixty days next. before her arrival have entered -
said National at. cleared from or taken on ballast or
that time, although a plan for the conquestof was agreed to. Sir Peter Lumsden, an is really composed of a variety'; tribes who chor and remain Quarantine at the Station Port Quarantine shall an- cargo, or which may at the time of arrival ga

India had been presented to the EmperorPaul English officer well known in India, was hold only a slender allegiance to the Ameer. Station under the personal supervision or have on board any ballast or cargo taken on

at the beginning of the century, and appointed the English Commissioner, assisted Even Mr. Marvin, after insisting very direction of the Quarantine Officer. at any port or ports 80nth'of 25 north lath-
Condie strongly the necessity of the English SEC. G. All vessels arriving at this port tude: and any vessel hailing from, having
byfr. Stephen a upon
there had been at intervals much wild talk young with sickness board had ,the touched at, entered or taken on ballast: or
on ,
among officers of the army of the possibilityof diplomatist who had won his spurs, first by protecting Afghanistan, says: rhe notion same during voyage, will at all seasons of cargo, at any infected or suspected port

such a move, it had never been seriously acquiring thoroughly. The Russian language of a united Afghanistan is fit only for the year, no -matter from ,what port either within sixty days before arrival ; and any

considered; but it was then felt that if was then by his successful management of the ,the nursery. The Afghans aro conquerors .American or foreign anchor at the quarantine. vessel' having sickness on board of any

necessary to be in a position not only' to an- Consulate.of Philippopolis, and, finally} by and foreigners. ',in trrenrhoilsif, ,r 'thc':-country< by. order.,stationand_ of ,the ,..tj Bor.nrof.erejema5iuintiL/el!at'fi') : eased" .J "kind board, or having.1trun!had itity any ys sickness:befortrurri, or death>fo ) -'" ',' !....,..

his leadership of several and north of the Hindoo'Koosh from iBalkh to and no vessel shall be released from :
noy England in case of war, which then surveying ex- SEC. 7. Vessels from ports south of 23 quarantine
seemed ho possible, but ultimately, whenever ploring parties on the Persian frontier Herat. Their central of Herat, as Russia is north latitude will, during the entire year, or allowed to proceed to !her destination -
until after full is made the
it became necessary to make another They were accompanied by a large staff and constantly reminding us, is quite of recent. be the required to discharge station.any and all ballastat Inspector and Port Physician report to the Boardof

movement on Constantinople or to open by an escort. The Russians appointed as origin, and even yet they have not succeededin SEC.quarantine 8. On and after 'May' 1st and until Health and then only on the authorized

the Bosphorus to the free passage of Russian their Commissioner Gen. Zelenoi ; but before imposing their rule over all the clans November: 1st of each year, and longer; if permit of the Board, signed by the Secretary -

vessels, so to threaten India and divert the time appointed for the meeting, the dwelling between Herat and Cabul. In the Board of Health so determine coast- SEC.thereof.19. The shall '
Russian Commissioner taken ill 1873 I met at Samarcand the Ameer wise vessels l must anchor at the quarantine Inspector interrogatethe ii
the attention of England that would not was at present station. Vessels from non-infected or non- master of any and every vessel arriving, ;t

be again possible for her to ruin the Russian Tiflis. It was necessary, the Russians Abdul Rahman, and had a long conversationwith suspected ports will not he detained longer under oath touching all matters upon which if;
thought for to be to him the and it is the. duty of the Inspector and Port i":
plans. some agreement come on subject Afghanistan than necessary for the quarantine officer to
Physician to be informed and if the master ,
The belief in the possibility of interferingwith as to the region through which the boun- India In ,speaking of the subsidy then satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary of any vessel shall refuse to answer any i'
condition. Vessels from south of 25
English rule in India had grown greatlyin dary line should be drawn, and as to the given to Shere Ali, he said that while it north latitude will have ports to comply with question or questions put to him by the Inspector -

ten years, owing in large measure to the principles which should govern the delimit might affect him personally it would have Section 7, be fumigated at least twice, and or Port Physician, or shall answer '$ I

action of the English themselves. Every ation This it was better to arrange at home, no effect upon the Afghans; that if the En- detained at least fifteen days. evasively have or untruthfully, or if the Inspectorshall
to concealment.
reason suspect "
Russian: movement had been so closely and for that purpose Captain Lessar, a glish were to give Afghanistan the whole SEC. 9. The coastwise steamers shall be he may extend his examination to the crew ; t
allowed to come to their wharves and be
scrutinized in England, so many questionshad French engineer officer in the Russian ser- revenue of India the people would not love there inspected by the Port Physician, unless and it shall be his duty in such cases to !.

been put to the Russian Government vice, who had explored the whole region up the :English the better With ,a reference otherwise ordered by him, but no per- order the vessel into quarantine, there to i'
abide the orderof the Board. ,
as to their intentions, whether present or to the gates of Herat, and had recently been rather the possibility of war between our son or freight or baggage !shall be landed, SEC. 20. Every vessel: shall be required, f.;:

future, that the evident alarm manifestedby attached as diplomatic agent to the Gover- own country and England, .I asked him nor persons allowed to go on board, until without exception to discharge all ballast '1)
be the Port
permission given by Physician
the British Government increased the nor-General commanding the Trans Caspian .whether if an attack were made on India and if it be found by the Port Physician at the ballast grounds on Tiger Island during tJ

belief in their weak hold on India. The region, was sent to London for the purposeof and subsidies were given ,to the Afghans that said steamers have any sickness or contagious the season of cfu arantimm(>.
SEC. 21. The Board of Health for said
British Embassy at St. Petersburg gave hastening a decision by the English Gov- they would be willing to join in fie lIe replied disease on board, said steamers county shall, and will in every case sustain Ii'
shall he immediately ordered to the
much time to the study of Asiatic affairs:: ernment. There were various delays, caused that if word were given to the Afghansthat tine ground. quaran- the Inspector and Quarantine Physician to

and succeeded more by the English than the Russians attack to be made the the. utmost in all lawful acts and endeavors ;
frequently in obtaining, by by an were against SEC. 10. From May 1st to November 1st j
his enforce
favor or by bribes, from subordinate officials and, meanwhile, even before the arrival of English in India, and that they were convinced of each year, no vessel from an infected or on of part this to port and thequarantiueregulations the Inspector and- $11 r1i

reports, maps and plans of the movementsof Lessar at London, or even the departure of that the war was not against India, suspected latitude will be allowed to either Physician of the Port is authorized to send t
of fruit the
lighter or bring cargo up to city.
troops on the frontier. As was natural, Sir Peter Lumsden for the frontier, the Afghans but only against: the English domination SEC. 11. Pilots must in each case, before into quarantine any vessel upon refusal to

these frequent questions and protests greatly incited by the English in India, had there they would willingly join in it with-. boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary pay tio'ns the on demand fees prescribed for any by purpose the port whatever regular, i't

annoyed the Russian Government, althoughit advanced and taken the small town of out any subsidy or the necessity of much condition of"vessels; in no case must they there to remain until paid and the masteror
board if the vessel has sickness board
on or
was evident at the time that England was Penjdeh. over which they had no actual urging. Abdul Rahman may have changedhis has had same during in such cases person in command of any vessel or any :
voyage +
in no condition to oppose the Russian advance rule for very many years, and which, there- politics since the time he was an exilein they must! either direct to Sapelo Quarantine person, refusing to recognize and respect the Ui'It
the order of the Inspector
authority, obey
in any other way. It was impossibleunder fore, did not fall within the conditions of Samarcand, now that he has ascendedthe Station lead the vessel in, or have their or Physician or acting within, his authority ;:
the circumstances for Russia to con- the arrangement of 1872. As a protest throne of his ancestors, but it is muchto small boat hoisted alongside clear of the or any person obstructing the performance .
water and in this the vessel in.
sent to drawing an imaginary line through against this, the Russians advanced their be doubted whether he has changed his SEC., 1':'. The Physician way shall receive,from of his duties: shall be dealt with according ..

the steppes beyond which it would not.pass outposts far beyond where the English feeling, appearances seem to" show that the every vessel visited by !him under the provisio'ns to SEC.law..:22. The Inspector and Physician

as long) as no English troops could advance thought the frontier line should be drawn. English must be very cautious in their dealings of this ordinance, a fee of five dol- shall keep a strict account of all fees collected. ;
lars for and three dollars for coast- :
either to oppose them or to keep in order Such was, in brief, the state of affairs when with Afghans. While using the Afghans wise vessels foreign, and for each certificate of and authorized to be collected pursuant to ;!

the wild tribes on the other side. Matters, the present controversy became still more as a barrier, and while promising to health issued by him under the provisionsof the regulations of the Board, and shall of :
render to the Board a monthly statement
however, reached such a point in 1872, that embittered by the advance of General Kom- protect them against the Russians, they these regulations he shall receive a fee of the same ; which reports, certificates, per-

the Russians, for the sake of peace, agreedto a ro ff. must hesitate about interfering when their two dollars and for each and every vessel mits, and statements shall all be filed among
he shall receive fee of
consider Afghanistan as beyond the That Russia should wish India for its own aid is not requested. It would seem even dollars fumigated for the first fumigation a and for twenty each the records of the Board by the Secretary
sphere' of their influence. Two questions, sake seems too absurd to be worth consideration almost advisable for England to fix the and every subsequent fumigation a fee of Approved and adopted by the Board of

however, immediately arose: First as to when we remember that the size of boundary on the southern side of Afghan- ten dollars,, and any vessel having on board Health for Nassau County. May 18, 1835.

whether the English could control the Afghans India is equal to three-quarters of that of istan, taking possession of such strategic any character sickness, shall of an pay infectious the Port or Physician malignant in J. 'PALMER, President.

/ sufficiently to be responsible for any Russia and Europe, that its population positions as would enable her to defend the addition to the above fees, the sum of eight II. J. BAKER Secretary. "
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attacks they might make upon Russian protf9u. amounts to 253,000,000, that its debt, which frontier with fortresses, knowing perfectlywell dollars per day for attendance, and a Arctic
THE white color -
and, secondly, what were the boundaries would have to be assumed by Russia in that the moment the Russians attempted reasonable charge fort medicines. In no
the Port be entitled to
case shall Physician
and birds has hitherto been
of Afghanistan. It was agreed in the case of annexation, is over $800,000,000, to invade Afghanistan the Afghans would any other fees than those provided in these

tl\ain, that all places should be considered about one-third of that of Russia itself. Al- take the English side until they were free regulations.SEC. ascribed to protective resemblance, "

as belonging to Afghanistan which had though its commerce amounts to a large from the Russians. At present the English 13. Each and every person, or each the adaptation to a snow-covered I
vessel craft who
been in the actual possession of either. Dost run the risk of their pseudo-allies being divided and every or or .
sum-$200,000,000 of imports; $417,000,000 of
[ which shall he found guilty of any violation country being attributed to the preservation -
-Hahommed: or Shere All. For the sake of exports-yet as most of this is with Englandit if not absolutely persuaded, by the of these regulations, or their provisions

convenience, however, the Russians confuted would probably continue in the same Russians in case any false move is made.It shall upon conviction, be fined not hlo ethan of individuals, which, by

to recognize as Afghan certain provInces route it could not at once be changed and should not finally be forgotten that than $1,000 two years or ,be or imprisoned both, at the for discretion not more of assimilating to their surroundings in

which had not been in the effective go into the hands of Russia by the annihi- there are two sides to every,question. the court. color, either escaped detection by

possession of these two sovereigns, in order lation of British power in India, nor indeed ECGESE SCIIUYLER SEC. 14. In case of the absence or sicknessof their foes or were enabled to secure I
that the boundary line might be drawn up could Russian factories supply the needs of the Port Physician he shall have authority -
to the to appoint a deputy, which deputy shall their prey more advantageously. A i
Oxus or Amu Daria. This the Indian market. It is not the possession '
THE Russian be a practicing physician.SEC. scoffs at
line Empire covers one- writer in Nature however
terminated on the river at a place of India which the Russians desire, nor do 15. The Inspector and Physician of ,

called< Khoju Saleh, and was to go from they wish to make any actual attack upon seventh of the whole land surface of I said Port shall report at each regular) :meeting this explanation, and points out I

there westward to the Persian frontier, the English rule in India. They do wish, the earth. With much less than a of the Board, all vessels arriving at the that white, the worst: absorber, is J.
exact harbor of Fernandina, destined for any portin also the worst radiator of all formsof
line not being specified. however, to be in a position to threaten India war with England would cost Rus- the county of Nassau, and :report the i.

Matters remained for nearly ten years in whether. by force of arms or intrigues, in sanitary condition of every such vessel. radiant: energy: so that warm .
tllat sia can spread out all over Central creatures'thus clad bet-
from which every'uch blooded are
The port
condition The English protested, it is case England should again object to any or ports i 1
true Asia "railroads and vessel cleared or at which she may have withstand the of
against the and build tele- ter able to severity 1I
t subjugation of Khiva, al- aim of Russian policy in the West. One of touched within sixty days next before" her ,

Ough Russian troops confined themselves those aims must certainly be considered thealdcxv graph lines to every portion., arrival; the character of lading of every an Arctic climate. I

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W1IEX THE MISTS JfA VE CLEARED arrival. I feared, of course, that he and I had no influential J relatives, ,no 'Do misunderstand me. This is I drunkenness and dissipation
AWAY: had met with an accident, but I had near relatives indeed of any kind, noble of you. I thank you with all _wasted his fortune; and not Ho had
not the faintest idea of the nature of my' father, I being an only my heart; but.T cannot accept such a ago.I. read that he had been very long
When the mists have rolled in splendor ,it and therefore I shocked chile .an'd'mv mother having died large sum.' fat picked
E rumthc beauty of the hills ; was greatly up in a in ,the streets of Paris
And the sunshine, warm and tender, when, a few minutes later, I saw him during my infi ncy. At the, bar I was, "He would not listen, however, to had died before his removal to and
F Falls in splendor on the rills, lifted from the carriage helpless and for, a youngste'f, fairly'successful. Ra- my refusal ; and finally I pocketed hospital." the
We In may the rainbow read love's'shirin of the ; letter :well-nigh speechless. He was con- ven and! I had chambers together; we both my pride and the draft. "I am shortly going to England
the mists have cleared sprav'rhcn away. veyed to his bedroom, which was upon had our law books ia,common ;:>and we ":h-fary'Bagster was at the time pay- Sir James," I said, "and if I can bbe of
the ground floor; and upon examining were on such terms of friendship that ing a short visit to her friends in the any use in discovering this
v j r If And we err forget in human that we blindness are dust,;, him I discovered that several of his we were known on our staircase as country; and thus it'happened that I whereabouts, I shall be glad poor to do lady's
If we rubs the law of kindness ribs were broken, that the internal 'the brothers: For some years I did not mention the fact of having b t." my
When struggle to shall organs had been injured, and that lived a very happy life. I made received Raven's handsome present, Yon are going England! I
Snowy All the wings pain of that peace clouds our cover there was, practically speaking, no enough to enable myself to live in tolerable either to her or to any one else. I happy to hear it. You then am
When the weary watch is over way hope of his recovery. Sir James wasa comfort; and in time, indeed, I looked ,forward to surprising her with what I feared would have to be can do
Arid the mists have cleared away. bachelor, and had no female rela- felt myself justified in looking out fora the news upon her return to town; for me by a third party. I done
When the silvery mists have veiled us tives in the colony. He-might live, I wife. and in the meantime I sent the draftto to find Lady Raven and tell her you
IL-; From the faces of our own, knew, for some days; and as his house- One evening Raven and I went to my banker's, a ,well-known privatefirm I have told you. Tell her that :
Oft we deem their love has failed us, keeper, though a kind and thoughtfulwoman a ball at Lady D-'s. We there meta with which I, had but recently we have been although 1-
We And should we tread see then our near path and alone truly; was far too advanced in yearsto Miss Mary Bagster, a young girl of opened an account. more than forty years, I separated still think for
We should trust them day by day, be capable of properly attendingupon surpassing beauty, and before the "A few mornings afterward I was her; that I die thinking of her
Neither love nor blame unduly her unfortunate master, I sent night was. spent we had both-as I sitting .at breakfast in my bachelor that I forgive her; and doctor; and
If the mists were cleared away. the groom back to :Melbourne for an learned: subsequently-fallen in love lodgings in. Chapel street, Bedford: ,tell her, too, that I forgive yes him. Ye'
i i When the mists have risen above us, experienced hospital nurse, and in the with her. Her father,like :mine, .was Row, when, without; warning, a police .I do fully." '
As our Father knows his own, meantime remained with my distin- a poor clergyman. I had but little" officer"entered myroomand showing I need .riot on to
go describe
Face We to shall face know with those as we that are' known.love us, guished patient, and did all that lay difficulty establishing myself upona me a warrant.which authorized him to painful hours I spent at Sir James's
Ls Low beyond the'orient meadows in my power for him. footing of intimacy with her family, arrest me on a charge of forgery, took ,side ere death released him from his
+ Floats the golden fringe of day; When the news of the accident was and often when I visited them Raven me into custody. sufferings. Suffice it to
t M Heart Till the to heart mists we have hide cleared the shadows away.'. published in the city, it occasioned accompanied me. :Mary, though she "As you may expect, I was thun- bore himself, even in his say moments that he of
fh Every Other Saturday. :great excitement. Several of Sir was, as I have said, inexpressivelylovely derstruck.Forgery? Forger of what?' greatest agony, with becoming re 14 x - James's former colleagues immediatelymet was of a somewhat cold dispo- I exclaimed, half maddened by the nation. Until the last he was thoughtful ig-
41: 1 A FALSE FRIEND together, and one of them rode to sition. She was unenthusiastic and monstrous charge. for all about him rather than 0for-
-- the house to request that I would not self-contained to an unusual degree; "But I soon learned a little, and ,himself; and when the last long sleep
w I returned only three months ago leave it so long as my patient con- and yet, in her way, she was ambi guessed the rest., Raven, in order to at last closed his weary eyes, I turned
. from Melbourne, where I had been in tinued to breathe. I was to summon tious. She desired to marry a man dispose of me, and to effectually put a away, feeling that Australia had losta
: practice us a surgeon for about ten any assistance that I might need and who would make: his way in the world, stop to my marriage, had written out man the memory of whom she might
: "; years. When I went out to the colony do exactly as I deemed best. and it was only after some very flat- the draft in an unusual manner, and justly cherish.
s there were good openings in most of We would move heaven and earthto tering hints about my ability had had appended his name in a way. Two or three months aftefward I
the larger towns for medical men, andas preserve his valuable life," said the been let drop in her presence by her which had caused his banker to de- returned to England. Lady Raven,
I was exceptionally fortunate in the gentleman. father, who evidently favored me, that cline to cash the check, and to endorseit who for some time had been in impoverished -
,, r introductions which the of "-I feel," said I, "that there is not she consented to become my wife. Raven with the words : Signature differs. circumstances, had meanwhile
k my friends at home had provided me, the slightest hope of saving it; but was not at Mr. Bagster's house on "The draft had been returned in been discovered by my late patient's
1 patients rang my bell in considerable you may be sure that I will spare no that eventful evening. Next morning, this condition to Raven, who without solicitors; and before I saw her she
; t numbers. Within three years I was .Dams... when I met him at our chambers, I hesitation had pronounced it to be a had been apprised of the provisions of
making an annual income of nearly Sir James had fainted during his told him of what had occurred. He forgery. According to his story, whichwas Sir James Reilly's will.
<> and when to removal from the to the house color which at that time I too I alone couldbe "
; 3,000; owing family carriage changed ; only, plausible, "It is all a mystery, she said to
I necessities, I was obliged regretfullyto and he did not regain the use of his attributed to the strength of his friend- the criminal., The check was pay- me, when she had first apologized for
turn my back upon the new land senses for some hours afterward. I ship for me, and then congratulated able to me; I had access to the drawerin the disorder of her temporary abode.
that had treated me so handsomely, I was sitting by his bedside when he me in a: somewhat extravagant manner. which he kept the book from which Poor James He was once very fond
: had saved 20OOO, and had, in addition opened his eyes. When art you going to be mar- the form had been torn ; and the clum- of me. It was many years ago. We
4l obtained a very respectable sum "So I'm not gone yet, doctor," he ried?' he asked. sy signature had been written muchas should have married, you know, but
: 4t by the sale of the good-will of my said, with a weird kind of humor. Soon,' I replied.'There is no I might have written it. for an unfortunate circumstance. Per-
.i, practice to a distinguished young Ed- "Can this last for long?" reason why we should delay. I could "You can guess the sequel, doctor. I haps you have heard of it?"
inburgh surgeon, who went out expressly "Who can say?" I replied. "Youare wish that I were a little better off, I was tried, and although I was very I was slightly annoyed at the tone
4, 1% to succeed me. I give these sadly hurt. Are you in much. but our misfortune in that respect ably defended by a leading counsel, in which she spoke of her dead bene-
; details, not in order to encourage ambitious pain?" will, I trust, disappear in course of who was a personal friend of mine, I factor."I ,
young fellows, fresh from the No, thank God In pain, but not time. As it is, we shall, I think, be was convicted and sentenced to trans- have heard of itLady Raven,"
schools, to'rush off to Australia under in severe pain." able to do pretty well." portation. How shall I describe to I returned seriously.
; i the impression that it is still an El "I should warn you," I said, as 'I wish you joy,' said Raven, as you the agony of those days? In due "But it did not spoil his success ill
Dorado, but in order to show that I gently: as I could, "that if you have he rose to go into the Chancellor's course I was,sent out here with a ship- life," she continued with a slight
;q; : stood well forward in the front rank any worldly affairs to settle, you Court, wherejie, had a brief that mor- load of cut-throats and felons. In a laugh; and now at last he has made
of.my profession in Melbourne.and: in should ,settle them speedily. Thereis ning. 'tf r 'few years, doubtless, I was nearly for- restitution. 'Well it is onlyVDJt ire
g t r some measure to account for the fact grievous danger." "I had'then no idea that he loved gotten at home, for my conviction I deserve! He.robbed my late husband,
l' that when a gentleman who held very "I know it," he returned, with a Mary'Bagster, and that'he had deter- killed my father; ahd who else was you know; and it .is fitting thatrce
high political rank in Victoria met sad smile; "but I have settled every- mined, even at that late hour, if not there to remember me save.Raven and should be his heirs-is it not?"
r If with a severe and ultimately fatal thing-everything, that is, that a law- to wrench her from me for himself, at :Mary Bagster, whom he, to add to my I was beginning to feel angry.
accident, I was called to attend him.I yer, could help me in. Yet before I least to prevent my marrying her. wretchedness, soon after married?" Even if Sir James had been guilty,
suppress his name for reasons which die'there is something I would like to His conduct toward me remained, so At this point Sir James was seized she had no right to speak of him now
tl a will oe obvious later on, but for convenience confide to you." far as I could see, exactly what it had with spasmodic pains, brought on by in so light and scornful a tone. Al-
h y I will call him Sir James "\Villit agitate you to tell it?" been previous to my engagement. He his excitement; and I was obliged to ready I saw she was recklessly spend-
a Iteill y. "I'm afraid it will a little," he replied was genial and friendly, appeared to temporarily forbid his continuing the ing her newly acquired wealth, thoughshe
; Sir James was one of the largest take an absorbing interest in all my painful narrative. An hour or two had not actually entered into possession -
;r ti land and stock-holders in the colony.I Then wait until to-morrow, Sir plans for the futuae, and actually accompanied later, however, finding him calmer, I of it, the will not having been
have ridden for thirty miles along James. The danger is great-even me to Brunswick square to permitted- him to go on. proved. Her misfortunes had not
the banks of the river :Murrumbidgee inevitable, I fear; but not immediate; look over a house' which was to be let, "I served my time," he continued, made a good woman of her. She was
" without going off his property; and and you had better wait until you are and which. ''I. thought of taking and "and then, having no friends in Eng' gaudily dressed. Instead of being in
i ,. whereas ordinary men count their calmer, and let us hope, stronger.The furnishing. I found! that the place land, I decided to remain here. Like, mourning, 'she was covered with jew-
; a possessions by hundreds of acres, he shock has tired you terribly, and would be: ,rather, beyond my means, many others, I went to the diggings, elry. Surely it was well for poor Sir
counted his by hundreds of square you have not yet had time to recover and' regretfijlly-told:: him so. and unlike most, I was fortunate. I James that this vain woman had
miles. He had worked hard, and his from it." "" 'N ver.mind.Jackheaid; ; 'you invested everything inland and stock; never been his wife!
r upward progress had been gradual, "As you will," he assented; "but will find something better, perhaps; tried to make myself publicly useful; "Lady Raven," I said, sternly, "we
but it had always been steady. When do not leave it until too late." but I certainly should like you to gradually obtained the confidence and may as well end this. Sir James
ti: 1 I knew him, no man in Australia was I recommended him to the care of have the house.: respect of my fellow-citizens, and twoor Reilly never injured you or any other
k more respected or looked up to. He the nurse, who had by this time arrived That evening we were sitting together three years ago, as you know, living creature. It was your husband
;; had been knighted as a small reward and retired to bed, not knowing over the fire. 'Jack,' he said received the honor of knighthood. I who was the criminal! He wrote DISown
'! for his services colonial minister how I be summoned to old friends and I with truth doctor that led to
i:. as a ; soon might suddenly, we are can now say name 'to that check which
he had received all kinds of gratifying him, or.how long might be before I want to give you a handsome wedding there is no man in Australia who Sir James's transportation. He denied -
' testimonials from his fellow-citizens; should be able again to quit his side. present.: would refuse to grasp me by the hand the facts, and caused your bene-
his word in the transactions of life was In the early morning I returned to "He had, I should explain, recently because I was once a convict." factor to be sent to the antipodes r!
as good as another man's, bond; and his room. He was sleeping, and the succeeded to the baronetcy and the "Has your innocence never been And do you think that I, knowing all
yet Sir James, forty years before, had nurse informed me that he had passedan estates, and was now a rich man. proved?" I asked. this, will suffer Sir James's fair name
come: to Australia as a convict, on account unexpectedly good night. After I "'You are very good, I answered. "Never!I" he returned. "I might, to be slandered?''
of the disgraceful crime of forg- had breakfasted, therefore, when he 'Anything you may give us will be perhaps, have made a second endeavorto She turned pale, and clung for support ;:
ery. I never inquired into the details once more recurred to the subject valued, not merely for itself, but for prove it long ago; but I could not to a chair. "Gracious powers!
p of his case, and indeed, I never knew which seemed to be uppermost in his the sake of the giver.' bring myself to make her unhappy- she exclaimed; "is it-can it oe true?
them until he told them to me when mind, I permitted him to talk, but "We have been in chambers together unhappier, that is, than he has made I knew it, then-I knew it! :My hus-
r. Tie was on his deathbed.Sir implored him to control himself as ,' he .resumed, 'for more than her. As I.have told you, she became band once told me all, when he was
James lived in a beautiful and much as, possible, and not to overtax seven years, I shan't like losing your Lady Raven. You cannot expect me delirious with drink. God forgiveme
1 spacious house overlooking the sea, his strength. company; for of course I shall be rob- to be' able to tell you that the man I !I" and she fell like a corpse to the
'and distant a few miles from the cen- What he told me was in substanceas bed of a good deal oC it now. Be who so cruelly swore away my liberty floor.I .
'P ; F tre of the city. In spite of his seventy follows. I made exhaustive notes plain with me, Jack. Would not made her a good husband. He sys summoned the servants, who car-
4. years he was a good and active horseman of it as soon as I left his room, and I money be more useful to you than a tematically ill-treated her; and although ried her to her room. I then sent for
; and one morning, as was his am confident that I have succeeded in mere present? It usually is accept- she bore him several children, a physician, and in the meantime did
frequent custom, he rode into :Mel- recalling many of Sir James's phrases. able, I believe, in these cases.' and was, I have heard, an exemplarywife what I could to revive her. But my
bourne in order to transact some business It made a very powerful impressionupon "I thanked him feelingly for his until she was crushed by his bru- efforts were in vain, and soon after my
t with his solicitor. He had quitted me, and I do not doubt that it forethought. 'It would be particu- tality, he behaved to her as he would colleague arrived she expired. Aa
the lawyer's office, and was already will equally excite the interest and larly welcome, I said.' not have behaved to his dogs. Do examination subsequently disclosedthe
:half way home again, when his horse sympathy of the reader. The names "Without another word he drew you know, doctor, that I preserve my fact that she had long been a sue
i :was frightened by some blasting ope- alone are altered."I his chair to the table, took :his check- love for her still? 1 have never ceased ferer from heart disease. .,
'"'rations which were being carried on was. born," he said, "in Londonin book from a drawer, and filled in a to love her, although she believed evil I am glad to be able to say that her
'in connection with the making- a 1812. My'father was! the rector of draft, which after he had carefully of me, and never sent me a single son, who is now enjoying Sir! James
''new road. The animal became restive St. -'s; and after, putting me to a examined, he handed to me. word of sympathy; and I have left Reilly's munificent bequest, is worthY
t and finally threw Sir James., He good school he sent me to Cambridge.I I took it, and gazed at it with as- everything I have to her eldest ,son, of the legacy. A week or two ago .
fell heavily upon a heap of stones, and took my degree in 1833, and then tonishment-it was for a thousand who by this time has sons of his own. sailed with his family for Victoria
his groom coming up found him lying went to the bar. :My chief friend pounds! My': 'dear Rave,' I gasped, But I do not know whether or not she and it is his ,ambition there to follow
insensible., The unfortunate gentle- both at Cambridge and at the Inner for I was overcome by this act of apparent is dead. I have, however, providedthat in his benefactor's footsteps.- "1'
man, who was well known to everyone Temple was Horace Raven, a young and totally unexpected gener- should she be living, she is to bers s Journal
It in the neighborhood, wos tenderly man who possessed astonishing ability, osity, 'it is too much; it is too good of have a life-interest in my estate. Poor ,. *
carried to the nearest house; and no remarkable good looks, great ambi- you. I cannot think of accepting.' thing, she deserves it; for sadly did Kind Words for a Good TIn,,,-- -
sooner did he regain consciousnessthan tion, and the prospect of succeedingto You know that I can well affordit she suffer, and not infrequently, I expect David Kennedy: My wife' has used your
he sent his servant for his car- a large fortune and to one of the ,' he said curtly. 'I insist upon your did she want." Favorite Remedy" for General Debility
riage, and dispatched a messenger to oldest English baronetcies. In all these taking it. If you refuse, we can no "And he?" I asked. "What be- Liver Complaint, and is getting stron"and iti
to at to his house. he I need terms of of Raven?" and well. I can cheerfully recommjnd .
request me go' once respects was, scarcely say, longer remain on friendship. came / in family a* a family m
:.1 rode thither immediately, and my superior. I was a poor man; I '"Nay, Raven,' I cried, while' my "In time he deserted her, and Yours with every gratitude. WILU.Lt'T.Baltimore )1J..
reached the place before Sir James's had only my energies to depend upon; heart seemed to rise to my throat. plunged into the lowest depths of I ,

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THE FLGiuUA MIRROR : MAY .::23,. 15S5.,

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SANITARY INSPECTOR FOR _L1 the following described hinds .will '}.
.; be sold at Public Auction on the FIRST DAY -
NASSAU ,COUNTY. The ..Light.RtUlilill ,. ..
{ ( rt
Y. OF JCXE, at the City Hall, in Fernandina, :." .,
or so much thereof as will be necessary to "

SECTION 1. TheSanitar Inspector appointed 'pay 'the 'amounts due for, taxes herein; set f................... _........_..:......... ...._....... ......:;;.:t::
toy the Board of Health for the WHITNER & SCHOYL.1Have opposite the,same, together with costs: of :

county of :Nassau! shall report ,to the Board sale.and advertising.. DOMESTIC' "

of Health any and every nuisance whatever ... i.............._..;................. ............. ......-...;..... .. ....i:.

discovered by him in any ,part of the X"ME. I LOT. I .tbI'T.

county of Nassau, by reason of which the ,., This cut shows the new style of wood work:
health is be, endangered or at the and fitted Store, ,** I I
public or may ,opened new elegantly -1- that the company is now introducing.. .
injuriously! affected. Renno.Alams.:: ............,!s.1 :,.) ...I o.: .,...I $' ,_,3L. I

SECTION. 2. It shall further be the dutyof Dozier; ...................".11. 2........ 3 ... 30: 50Florida
Transit H.
such Inspectors once at least in every wharf taxes of $H.'I.. ..........'.. ....... 38 50'
OIEO3Nr"JL"JtnLlH3i :: ST E] f-4T
month, after the first day of May and until P. n. & X. Cn.. wharf : I.

otherwise further ordered by the Board, improvement ut foot !I
of Beach st.. known :
Jwrsonally to inspect all drain!;, ce ncte- '. > .' 3S the SS. wharf'RR.shops :' !

ri's premises, yards, lots, sinks i vaults, :- :( ?1 \g' I'A" ,full line of Goods, carefully,selected for family! use: ::'f.;_'/;' .... ; !\ and fixtures. :
machinery and tool'! !
cloets, wells, or water supplies throughout
cities towns in said in said shop:......... .I.! ........... ......! -13 50 ,
all incorporated or F. I). 1"C"O.UVV.) (,,'f.. 'fttrack. +I '

county, and to make careful note of all ........................t'l.,....................'I -1.J 09F. I
anises whatever tending in any manner to IL l\f.-, .,. Co., -t.'_)-1"- f'.[.I. (',

disturb the public health and iH1 track..I......,..... ..... 61 ?g

cndanjrcror rc'xiit; the: same: in writing to. the Board of FINE OROCEflIE TEA AND 4 COFFEE 1J -C.Friendship IL Fairbanks..13 Lodge (except -\ 45, 039.. )1 _5 1

Health. : s. e. corner)_......+8 ......... 48... G 75
feECTioxS. In all cases where premises I tlY ; J. II. Mooney.:......._....!_5......... 3.; .... G 12n.
.E. Uobinsou... ......... G............52:.. 'j 1_
01 lots are found upon inspection to be in George Robinson..e., 113....:1:1.: .3 88 j

Utd sanitary condition, the Inspector shallat ..' I'.'., ,,".! George Ronx................IS......... (L... 13 23
Andrew ........ 2-1.).. G 00
: Spices, ,> T. L. \ ...............In.! ..... 81.2 GJ: ,
and if vacant the owner or
thereon, person L. \\'. 'Vhitehurst..14........... ;0...\ 11 00 '
in charge thereof, and require such action USKsows-188-t. I

on the part of such person,or persons as in .....................:............. 24,9..2! .....I I 5j3 Artistically Beautiful.
his be and inca ................................... 2 .... "' .. 4 13
judgment may necessary ; ...................................1,214..19. ...! 3 19 Without a I'eerv
'-c of refusal: or neglect on the part of any Imported Pickles mid UUGBS Dried Fruits Nuts ...................................,n 1-1020, '
person or persons so notitied to abate or remove ,, 21.268.: ( 1 G3 IN ITS MECHVNICAL CONSTRUCTION

any nuisance designated, or to put the (Old Town) .............. 13,14..10... 1 50
1s33.. f IT HAS NO RIVAL!
lots in
premises or approved sanitary condition ................................... 8..2. .....1 2 25
the Inspector may either make complaint (Old Town)..................,n. 8..440.. ;; 2.5OM The new lines of attachment that are I
before the proper authority for viola .,' ( Town)......:........... 31......... .... 2 00 now being placed! with each "Domestic"
tion of the Regulations of the Board of I CRACKERS AND CANDIES ,'/ ', (Old Town).................. 18......... 17... 2 00 are specialties. No other machine has them
'. These attachments and the wood-work
'... new i
Health, or report the same to the Board for ;,',)if--, .':.'" G. J. \VESTBERG.Cit make the "Domestic" more than cyer,without I

action. Collector of Taxes. question,
c 1t '. I
SECTION The Inspector shall also inspect Fernandina, Fla., :May I, ] '85.
'I.h1 1 ::.> The Acknowledged Standard of
all butchers' stalls, and, as fa/ as possible Toilet Soap and Perfumery: j'C"i I:;
'. Notice for Final Discharge. .
all fresh meats, vegetables, fruits, ,
v? -x 1'-'.
melons and fish for sale and "
exposed ,
publication of this notice I will presentto
all places where articles of food Best Brands. Family Flour, the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor -FOR SALE BY- .

of any kind are offered for sale in any Nassau county, my final accounts and \

such city or town, and if upon inspectionhe vouchers as executor of the estate of HENRY IIOBEIN"FERKANDIKA
Butter and Cheese
WILLIAM MARION, deceased, and ask for a
shall find any article of food or diet so ': final
offered unsound, stale or unwholesome, he discharge.JOHN A. ELLERMANN, FLORIDA.

shall forthwith stop the sale of the same, '.,::: ". Hams, Bacon, Lard, etc. Executor.
Fernandina, Fla.. April 4, 1885. Gin
and order the same destroyed or removed
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
the limits of such city, at
beyond corporate ENGINEERS OUT OF EIPLOYIEXT.willing Address,
the expense of the owner or vender thereof; to take agency of article required by
all steam consumers. Liberal discounts. Address, DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.. !
and if any person or persons shall persist in II. STONE, 49 Dey Street, N. Y. City, HICIDIO D. VA.
the sale of any article of food condemnedby < .- ..- I

the Inspector, or shall refuse to remove
the same when ordered by him so to do, it TOBACCOFree r4760 1885 SEWING MACHINES, !

shall be the duty of the Inspector to make ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES,

complaint against such person or personsfor mar2S Rose Leaf,Fine Cut, For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices

violation of the regulations of this Board, I IATTA

and they shall be dealt with according to the -. -- . .. '0" .. Navy Clippings -.\LPO-
[From the Indianapolis Times.] of description, and
law in such case: Provided, that in cases of :Pt'. .-crSTJ: i and Snuffs HM"NTS, ? for every aiiv Sewitifj Machine,

doubt the Inspector shall stop the sale of An Interesting Letter M\NUFACTURER OF for sale.

any article suspected, and at once call in the
President of the Board of Health-or any Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND ? 'Old :Machines repaired at moderate
From Mr. Ilnrry W. Olmstead, Proofreader prices.
member of said Board, in the absence of the of "The Times." 9 HENRY IIOnEI .
lrl'sidcnt-whose duty it shall be at once to The following letter is encouraging and Corner Third and Ash Streets.

accompany the Inspector, and together with worthy of careful perusal, as it does, fromso PALLOR R rrm &nQ dC00E K T TVJ 4 V S Sl 8 Fernandina Fla.EWMOHE. t.

him inspect:; the same, and the decision with reliable a source, unsolicited. It contains ,

regard thereto shall be final. facts of great value: I .

Sc.5.'; No excavations of earth for any INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. 12,1884.DR. I : +]TIIr" 1"
purpose shall be allowed within the corpo- DAVID KENNEDY Roundout, N. Y. I INTO CU .E, 3XTO PA.."Y.

rate limits of any city in said county after DEAR SIR:-For ten years I have been a I DICKEY'SPAI
sufferer from disease of the kidneys, at
the first day of May and before the tenth times so much so as to make life a burden. I IjLESSS EYE WATER t.i

day of November, and no lots or lands During this time several of the best physicians --,-.

therein shall be ploughed or dug up for purposes in Indiana have treated me with little : RIRI I i1,11 f1h'Y AT ONCE. Cures inflamed and 1
of cultivation or no success, until I had almost despaired i I RELIEVES in R few hour*. Gi\'esNO :1'AKV.
drainage, or any other I I of relief. 1 then tried several advertised l'rlcc,2i cents n bottle. Ask font.
purpose, during such time, except such lots ,' remedies, but nothing produced the desired I DICKEY & ANDERSON,Prop'is, Bristol, Tenn. Mac
or lands as may have been previously under result until a friend who had been relieved "

continuous cultivation ; and the Inspectorshall induced me to give DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S 1' I WILL PAY $2.50 PER DAYTo
make complaint against all persons did so. After taking one bottle I experi- I all who work for me at home. To many I can
violating this regulation. ence relief. I took another and was charmed j afford to pay more.
with the result. In all, I have taken tF -STEADY EMPLOYMENT. Light, Pleasant Work. tt
SJ c. G. The sale of any and all nostrumsor j
four bottles, and can truly say I feel like a SEND POSTAL CARD TO W. W. RIDOUT, LOUISVILLE, Kr.
quack medicines by street pcdlers or itinerant new man. I am confident I am entirely j Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. --- -- V
venders, is at all times prohibited, as cured as it has been several months since I INTENDINC ADVERTISERS should address "if-

detrimental to the public health ; and the took the last medicine and there is no indi- COOKING( UTEXSILS OF ALL KIXDS, GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
cation of a return of the disease. I have
Inspector shall at once stop any such personor recommended your remedy to several suffering 10 Spruce Street, New York City, I

persons selling or attempting to sell any friends who have also been relieved, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, FOR SELECT,LIST OF 1,000 NEWSPAPERS. IJ
medicine on the streets or elsewhere with- I write. this to return my sincere thanks to .- ---

out a permit signed by the President of the you for the cure which has been effected in WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. ADVERTISERS. x .
my case, and also desire to say I think suffering TO
Board of Health.
humanity owes you a debt of gratitude l.\ list of 064 newspapers DIVIDED INTO J
SEC. 7. The Inspector shall be requiredto for your wonderful scientific discovery. I DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY STATES:: AND SECTIONS will be sent on application !

report to the Board at every regular meeting shall do all that in me lies to let all sufferers I -FltKE. .".
To those who want their advertising to pay, we .,
the of his know where they may find relief, and AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. f
showing progress inspection, TIN can offer no better medium for thorough and .'
and embrace therein thereby in some measure remunerate you for Tin Gutters promptly filled. effective work than the various sections of our ,...:
subject or thing
every for the good you have done me. WindIiIls for pumping water or running Select Local,LM.GKO. "t
necessary and proper to be brought to the Wishing you long life and prosperity, and light machinery promptly erected on order. HOWELL at CO., I t.

attention of the Board, which reports shall thanking you for prolonging my life./I am Church, Factory ,and School Bells for sale Newspaper 10 Spruce Advertising street,Bureau New York. 5 '"41

be filed by the Secretary among the records HARRY. OLMSTEAD.Dr. at a bargain.: ,,. '
of Romloiit X. 1
Kennedy, J72r Stoves Wholesale Prices.
said Board. l'
Y., assures the public, by a reputation All: goods delivered at the various trans- ..
Approved by the Board of Health for the which he cannot afford to forfeit or imperil, portation stations within the city free of R : r.
County of Nassau, and adopted, May 13th, that the Favorite Remedy" does invigorate charge. All: sales for cash. .
the blood, Liver and .
cures Kidney .,
Bladder complaints, as well as those diseases t.fECT t.
J. D. PALMER, President. and weaknesses peculiar to females. J. L. I', Fernandina, Fla., July 12,1884.Notice. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES F
H. J. BIKER, Secretary. Horsey k Co. have it. s
COr.lbbed Orange Box end Shingle Machine
., Ac ffIGULA
Eucle Gins, Saw Mill, PlanerRf'.8W""
William licKnew,124 Fayette st. \ To the holders of the eight per cent. (Freeland) A"k for Catalogue and PMcea bt>fore buying.R&ftQLE rf P/1 NEVER I .
Baltimore Md., says: "I believe 'Favorite WILLIAM B C DURYEE, bonds of the Florida Railroad Company, DUGAN f ADH'? GO P --dJIN EVEf R .
llemcdy' is a good medicine. It is doing issued in 1SZG : ;(

and me more good than anything I ever tried, : MERCHANT 1 TTNDER AN ORDER OF THE UNITEDJ 65, 61, 69, ELM ST., CIKCIHil&TI i, 0. CJ1As NO EQUAL .-e) '
sufferer have from tried dyspepsia.almost everything" 'While, for'Favorite I ama COMMISSION I| \ States Circuit Court for the Northern Writs(orCataiogueand TI JT:ticn this paper.) H IdE: TJ cHINE.em .
District of Florida made motion of 'lImG
ncmcd is a specific in stomach and Sl:
bladder of diseases) it i is equally valuable incases AND--J Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber, i I the complainants'suit of William solicitors., Tunno April 14, and, 18S5 other, in C. C. STRATTON & CO., 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.
bilious disorders. Constipation of
tin- bowels and all the class of ills t Corn- v"t\'CAG'O APJpF lA"1z .j
inseparable from the constitution of
I all bonds and nnijt be producedand
wUlnen. coupons FOR SALE BY .
For Domestic or Export Trade, : exhibited before me for examination AVE MADE THE MODE RHO'!;.
MERCHANT TAILOR and registry, within three months from the Fcrnamliiia, Fla., the authorized >>
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. date hereof, in order that yon may be considered Agents to contract for the sale of their JIcGII-'J."IS t
and. treated as parties to the suit. ,
Has removed his business to the rooms over Private Hoard, Spt'cialI:1ster.: .

the Sew York Bakery. on Centre street. At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street. Fernandina, Fla.! :May 2,1835.-1m between Second and Third '
lie will all information Alnclma Street,
has wishing to purchase get -
received an assortment of seasonable near Egmont Hotel.. -- ,, ,,
goods for gentlemen's wear and is prepared Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor For Sale. as regards prices front them. '
w make them in the without board. Transient boarders will Samples of (lifferent qualities and styles FERXAXDIXA, FLA. .' .' ; .
up to suit all tastes! A .. '
whose .
good Organ, catalogue price .
best style. be accommodated. very can. be seen'at the office of !
is $105 will be sold at$55. and estimates from a distance! care- C r
"y Orders
Repairing neatly done. MRS. T. P. G. THOMPSON. MODE BRO'S, .
Also, a $GO Sewing :Machine at $.10. : '
*t>roandina Fla., July 12, 18$4. Fernandina Fla., January, 18S5. ')Ins. :MART GODFREY. 20 .- Fernandina. silly attended tol. .: .'" --f' .':>,'. ::.L5-tt ;

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FLORIDA. MIRROR : .MAY. 23. 41885.iii .

THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Southern road projected some years AMENDMENTS TUTION.TO ,THE COYSTI1 I,and the expense'no greater than un- I THE QUESTION OF THE 1IOUR

ago by Senator Os orne, and of der our present system, which is SHALL
GEORGE R: FAIRBANKS EDITOR. The mode of, selection of. countyofficers WE MAKE. FEWJANDIXA A PO Pta
which a portion between Jesup and :I is the main difficulty which undoubtedly a failure. SUMMER RESO T.
Subscription, S2 per year; six months 81. Jacksonville graded. The new I The collector of revenue should be The construction of the
has prevented a more general con- railroad
Office comer Centre and First streets,second floor line leaves'the' original line at Jesup currence in all the points which chosen by.the county commissioners, to the beach'should be looked
and comes direct to Hart's Road and should give bond: in amount upon
have been in the discus- an by our citizens as a practical
prominent questionof
RATES OF ADVERTISING... .. where it connects with the Fernan- ample to cover all collections. He some importance. The
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for promoters
each subsequent insertion. dina & Jacksonville Railroad. Its sion.The 19th, Section, Article V. of should be required to pay over all of this undertaking have also in
Special local notices,15 cents a line. importance consists in its saving of the Constitution provides that the moneys in his hands every thirty view enlarged hotel accommodationsat
Reading notices,25 cents a line.
Special rate for time advertisements upon application i distance between Millen and Flor- Governor shall appoint, by and with days, under penalty of fine and dismissal the sea shore, with pavilions, etc
w at the office.Communications. ida, thus creating a rival short line the consent of the Senate, in each from office. for excursionists. The developmentof ,

upon all matters of local inter- to the Atlantic Coast Line for all county an assessor of taxes, a collector The board of county commissioners the sea-side resorts at the North
Mt solicited from all parts of the county and from Northern connections. It will also
constitutes the local legislatureof has been
-t along the lines of Florida railways. of revenue, county treasurer, enormous. Long Branch,
_ All communications intended publication make a shorter and independent county surveyor, superintendent of the county, and every property- Cape May, etc., have extensive hotels
i should be addressed to the Editor; all business Western connection for Atlanta '
is interested in and
schools five owner largely accommodate
common county com- large
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRBOB. numbers of
and all points west at Jesup in con- missioners-all of whom hold their having this board well filled by good guests, who remain for a longer

SA TTRDAF, MAY 2S, 18 5. cection with the East Tennessee & offices for two years. and competent men. The present shorter period like our winter visit-or

Georgia system. We have no doubtof number of commissioners fixed by ors. Newport is
BIDDING FOR TIlE COAST TRADE. Section 9 Article VI. provides that a city for summer
its construction, as there are so the the Constitution is too,small. residence St.
Our respected cotemporaries of Pa- Governor shall appoint a county Every as Augustine is becoming -
many good reasons for it and no who precinct in a should be enti- for the class
latka and Jacksonville are discussing judge, shall hold his office for county same a winter home.
the importance of securing the patronage obstacles in its way.Ve do not four years; also as many justices of tled'to a cOtt.n ty-commissioner, to be They build or rent eotta"fL,0-

t and trade of the Atlantic coast think it will prove injurious to the the peace 'Us' he may deem proper, elected by the votes of tax-payers called, which are generally large and

i3 Tegion. The Tropical Paradise,indorsed interests of Fernandina in any way, who shall':hold their office for four only. Men who pay no taxes are costly mansions.
but will give us a nearer and more not entitled to appoint the body by Coney Island
by the Herald, urges the completion years. Brighton Beach,
of the Jacksonville, St. Augus- convenient connection by rail with Section 19, Article VI., providesthat which county taxes are to be levied. Rockaway, etc., are popular excur-

. : tine & Halifax River Railroad from all parts North and West. the Governor, with the adviceof The non-taxpayers have their repre- sion points, where thousands go daih-

* its present terminus at St. Augustine "THE---SOUTHERN- --SUN.' the Senate, shall appoint in each sentation in the Legislature of the for a few hours only to inhale the

F to the Halifax river. The Palatka This new weekly published at Pa- county a sheriff and a clerk of the State and the State offices. The sea air, enjoy a bath, and see the

: News looks to the completion of the latka promises to be a valuable addi- circuit court, who shall also be clerk board of county commissioners thus holiday crowds which throng there.

Jacksonville, Tampa & Kew West tion to the newspaper press of Flor- of the county court and of the board constituted would present no motivefor So far as natural advantages go,

Railroad from Palatka to Sanford, ida. Its first and second numbers i of county commissioners, recorder the selection of ether than the none of these places can compare

; with branches to the coast, to bring are devoted to the description of and ex-offido auditor of the county, very best men in each county. The with our Amelia beach. We have

all the products of the coast region Palatka and its resources, with valuable holding their office for four years.A expense would be no greater than at many miles of broad stretching J5

I to Palatka as a central point of dis- editorial notes on the require- board of public instruction in present, as it would be unnecessary ''I shore, hard as an asphalt pavement,

t i tribution.. The Tropical Paradise truly ments of a growing city. The last each county, to consist off not more for the full board to meet more than. a grand natural boulevard, which

says that the first line of communication page is devoted to an Educational than five members, is provided for twice a year -"':once to levy the tax, offers every attraction, and is arrays

p opened will reap the immediate Department. The names of JosephH. by Section 10, Chapter 176 of the and next to equalize it. Intermediate in a fine condition at low tide for

1 benefits to be derived from that Warren and Chas. E. Warren are statutes. They are appointed by the meetings to consist of county driving or walking.

fertile region bordering upon the given as editors and proprietors, andT. State Board of Education on the judge and a limited quorum, could How can we best utilize these advantages -

coast, which is now without trans- J. Appleyard as business mana nomination of the State Superintendent transact business connected with ? We must bring them

, portation facilities other than uncertain ger. It is published in the same of Public Instruction and the roads, auditing accounts, etc. within the means of our people.

.r G 14 coasting vessels.A form as the Mirror, and we wish our recommendation of the representatives The county judge could be elected Excursion rates should be made so

little foresight on the part of the I' cotemporary every success. of the county. by the Legislature, and the county cheap as to attract crowds who will

s g St. Johns Railroad from Tocoi would r- Trustees of school districts are appointed surveyor appointed by the board of come often at a low price, when

I,* long since have opened up commu- WE reprint from a former number by the county board of in- county commissioners; school trus- otherwise they would come but once

nication with the Halifax. A narrow of the Mirror views we expressed struction upon recommendation of tees should be elected by the tax- or not at all. A low scale of prices

,; M. gauge, or even a tram road, from some two years since on the subjectof "the patrons of the school. payers of the school district. for carriages on the beach and in

t the Halifax to the Matanzas, a dis- a radical change in our system of The only officers in any county The county treasurer, like the the city, moderate prices for boardat

tance of about fifteen miles, with managing county affairs. We fear subject to election by the people are county collector of revenue, couldbe the beach and in the city. Large

r light.d raught. steamers, could have that the tendency in the conventionwill constables, upon the basis of one for appointed by the board of county provision should be made for sum-

I been put in operation at a small be simply to patch or alter our every two. hundred registered voters. commissioners, with an ample bondto mer visitors, who will expect less ami

, expense, and would have' proved a present machinery. .' We'n"eed' an Ifi mosC'of"the other States all the protect the county and State. expect to pay less than winter visitors.(

i Jroit valuable feeder to the St. Johns Rail- entire change. Our county commissioners county officers are elected by the We present these views for the In other words, a visit to the seashore :

; 9 road. If the Jacksonville, St. Augustine should be the direct repre- people, and that is undoubtedly the candid examination of the people should be made cheap and

.r & Halifax River Railroad should sentatives and agents of the people, mode most in accord with the char- All things considered, having in popular at all times so as to build

M'1J" at once carry its line down to Or- every election district in the county acter of our institutions. The objec- qiew the present condition of our up and increase a regularly estab-

' mond, a distance of about forty-five I should be represented in the boardof tion to it in this State is that in some population, we think we have pre- lished summer resort at Fernandina.

miles, it would give the coast region county commissioners. So with counties the non-taxpayers would sented such a plan, based upon a Merely low rates for single excursion

' *, a short line which would be all that I the assessing and valuation of prop-I control all the rights of property of compromise of opposing interests trips will not meet the purpose in

they could require. A line from erty for taxation. This is a vital' the tax payers without redress or and views as would give as much view, which is to create a constant

t Daytona to Palatka would also be avery interest; and in order to give satis- provision. '. relief. When the pop- satisfaction as any other we can con- flow of visitors.

direct line, with the advantageof faction to the people they should ulation of the State becomes distrib- ceive of. At all events, let the best We may reasonably anticipatethat

continuous connection without feel that the assessment of their uted, so that the colored race shall thought of the State he given to the with good business methods

;. transfer. The natural outlet of both property was not the mere result of not preponderate so largely in por- subject, not for the purpose of criti- applied we can accomplish as much

' ; of these lines for fruit shipment by caprice or want of knowledge on the tions of the State, the election of the cising or demolishing the sugges-I here as has been done at other points

sea would be at Fernandina, where part of assessors, as under our present county'officers; &should be given to tions of ourselves or others, but to which have been brought to a great

? 1 ocean steamers can load at all times, system. the people. But as a temporary indicate, if possible, something bet- degree of prosperity by making the

, and which afford the advantage of provision to meet the difficulties of ter. Let those who can suggest most of their natural advantagesand
41 THE Board of Health, we learn, is better themselves reflect attracting public attention.
but one trans-shipment between the the present situation, we suggest that nothing ,
$, y Halifax and New York. giving close attention to our sanitary'' the sheriffs, who are executive offi- upon the difficulties of meeting all :Many families will become regular

A There are now to be obtained ocean matters. There is no matter of cers, and ought, from the nature of views, and that, in fact, society lives visitors; some will rent houses,

pJ steamers called fruit tramps, whichare greater importance to our people I their office, bre as little subject to the by compromise, and by taking the build cottages, and make summer

fitted for the fruit trade and bring than this. We have a populationof popular will as any officers, shouldbe mean of differing ideas and meas- homes here. We must not kill the

oranges and lemons from the Mediterranean from 3,500 to 4,000 permanently appointed by the Governor and ures.-From the Mirror Nov. 25,1882. golden goose by seeking too much

to New York, at an aver- resident here. With the develop- confirmed by the Senate; that the profit in the outset.
THE Hydrographic office of the
ment of foot
age rate of twenty cents per box. enterprises now on we clerks of the court be appointed by
are likely to become a sea-side resort Navy Department has been engagedin THE salmon season on the Sacra-
The fruit trade of Florida is increasing the Circuit Court Judges, which was
for large numbers of people. To securing by means of observations mento river continues to make a
at such a rate that it will be tot formerly the case in nearly all the
t made by United States naval fish has
maintain .j ves- The of
our reputation showing. run
as a
the interest of the steamship lines to pre- States, and is now the case in the poor
ITI ; must sels data respecting the dimensionsand not increased and to a week ago
eminently healthy city, we up
place such vessels on the line during United States Courts. In large coun-
avoid all which induce speed of deep-sea waves. The not than had been
causes more 3,000 cans
4 JJ : the fruit season, and we learn that ties a register of deeds might be
sickness cleanliness the largest recorded wave up to the 'pre 30,000 cases to
,by thorough packed, against some
the Mallory line will meet the requirements elected or appointed, as the Legislature -
removal of all garbage and trash, sent time measured a half a mile I the same date last year. Fishermenare
of the trade when need- might provide as a separate
{ the application of lime and a liberal from crest to crest, with a period of I not making their board, and the
4 ed. They have the reputation of office.
use of whitewash. The great neces- 23 seconds. Waves having, a lengthof canneries that have opened are said
careful handling of fruit, and have The judge of the county court
sity of Fernandina is abundant 500 or 600 feet and periods of 10 to be
1 ; had a long experience. We have an might safely'be elected by the peo- losing money.
to 11 seconds the storm
are '
of water. The -
# supply drinking
no doubt that with full cargoes guaranteed pure ple for a term of six years, and the ACCORDING to the revue de Maladie
the most
sinking of at least two good artesian waves, trustworthy measure-
they would make a consider- duties of superintendent of schools chil-
wells is imperatively demanded. ments show from 44 to.48 feet to bea l'Enfance, sixty per cent. of the
able reduction of freights. attached to the office. the
remarkable.height. Waves havinga dren born in Russia die before

TIlE NEW ROAD FROM MILLENTO IT is proposed in England to pro- The office of county tax-assessor greater height than 30 feet are not age of five years. Less than one-
HARTS ROAD. might well be changed so as to have half of the males reach the age of
vide the sinews of war with Russia commonly encountered.DR. .
The Savannah News :' I two tax-assessors in each civil district for
says by raising the tax on patent medi a5, and a third of these are unfit
It was announced in railroad circles that to be elected by the people of Theodore von Oppolzer of Vi- service either through con-
cines. The Daily News thinks thereis military ,
contracts would be closed in New
yesterday the district, who should receive a per enna announces the early publication stitutional. from not having -
York for the completion of the railroad a sort of poetic propriety in mak- debility or
diem for their services and of extended .list of the
from Hart's Road oa the Florida Railway & ing patent medicines furnish the assess a very attained the requisite stature.
Navigation to Millen, on the ,Central Rail- means with which,to kill people by the property ,in. '''their district only, dates of solar and lunar eclipses,
p road. The completion of this road will other subject to reVision. by the board of which has been prepared=: under his PROF. ARSOLD BOKAI of the Uni-

shorten the distance to Washington. New means. county commissioners as a board of direction. There,will be 8,000 of the versity of Klausenburg has made the
York and all points North 80 miles, and 27
miles to Atlanta and all points West over THE pendulum of the new clockin equalization. The advantages of former, and more than 5,000 of the important discovery of an antidote

the present mileage., the Chicago Board of Trade buil- having local A tax-assessors in each latter class 'phenomena, and all against strychnine, which is said to

t This short line from Millen to ding weighs 740 pounds. The dialsare civil district or precinct are obvious. included between the years 1207 B. have been fully corroborated by a
Hart's, Road is a part of the Great 15 feet 10 inches in diameter. The service would be well performed C. and 2161 A. D. series of successful tests on animals.THE

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\ :;- Behold This Big Space !! KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
,-::':1' ,'-, EIGN and DOMESTIC
MODE BRO'S have sold their stock down '

'- so low that they were compelled to send .
Drugs and
tt Chemicals
their Mr. I. A. lIODEto visit the Northern, _'...' .
-,; and".Eastern markets, to select for their already : Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
and White SPECIAL -
Laces Embroideries Hamburg Edgings---BARGAINS < well-established trade AN ENTIRE
in these Goods. .
: Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
,.-.",, Spring stock in every department ,;

SPRING AND ) BOYS CUT issue. Taking advantage of the lateness of .i'

AND FINISH. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. HEADQUARTERS FOR GEN- ,/";': the season,and the very low prices at which t PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,,
TLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS FOR BROWNING, KING : -" manufacturers are closing out their Spring _'

& CO.; CUSTOM SUITS MADE TO ORDER; FIT GUARANTEED. 55 and Summer Goods they will be enabled in ,:. IN GREAT VARIETY.

DOMESTIC GOODS I Linen Sheetings, Towels and \ HOSIERY AND GLOVES, this instance to bring to this market the -
DOMESTIC GOODS I| Toweling, at Wholesale PrI.ccs. j I UNDERSHIRTS DRAWERS, -' ; largest and cheapest stock of Goods ever ., Jj:3J- Physicians' Prescriptions

at low prices. .JIiiY'" 1"AXCYIATTIXGS at Special Bargains. A large stock of Ladles, .,,. brought to Florida. Examine their low carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at
Gents' and Misses' BOOTS AND SHOES at less than regular prices. 1'
: prices before buying. -." ; ,_ reasonable prices.Sire's .
$& Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars andover ,
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sent FREIGHT PREPAID. ; ::: y:! .y w: 1
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THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville 5 4t'
Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. .

This Line, having no Transfers between Fcrnamliim and New SPRING GOODS. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA '
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR Inland Steamboat Co. t
PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE; making close I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment of
connections at FEK\AM>I\A with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD Spring Goods ever brought to Fernandina, consisting of Colored

JOHNS,for OCKLAWAHA JACKSONVILLE and INDIAN, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. Silks, Black Silks, Fancy and Plain Parasols,Nun's Veiling, Cash- NO HEAT-NO! DUST! I IBUT
RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT meres, Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery,
for LAKE WEIR. A Delightful Trip Along the Picturesque 1'

For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to j je

R. \"'. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to -A PERFECT SERVICE.- i 1\i\

C. H. MALLORY & CO., be found in a well-appointed dry goods establishment. Special _
Pier 20 East
River. New York.
51. i attention is directed to my large and varied assortment of THE IRON STEAMER, &

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which cannot be'beaten in the city, and which I am selling at
ASSORTMENT OFTi astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at onehalfthe MARY MORGAN
cost. Also, a large variety of Gents' Underwear and Furnish

Ti F *- ing Goods of every description. ON AND AFTER MARCH 29th,


-+!i -* -t- HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES day. Tuesday and Thursday.
LEAVES SAVANNAH, foot of LincolnSt.

.. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF for Men, Ladies and :Misses, of all sizes, at low prices. In Domestic Passengers North-bound connect at Savan-
nah with Rail and
Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and will not be Steamship Lines; and
Passengers reaching Savannahby
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. Rail or the Ocean Steamship Company-
Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEFUROTSHING from New York and Boston, or Boston kit
Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the
:ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS Morgan with the Florida Railway &Navigation -
GOODS, Company for

QUALITY. comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give me a

call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at CUBA AND TilE WEST INDIES
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-=!_FINE TEA AND COFFEES [I- PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUMCENTRE or tickets any regular apply. W.ticket to Leve agent.F. &.Alden agencies -

-_+ry j ta SIMMONS Agent, k
Fernandina, Fla.


A. 0. MxcDONELL, -;

NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. : J1'IE1Ft.J\J ..lOTDINA.s: : l : :: : Gen. Pass.&Fernandina Ticket Agent, Fla. ::_


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GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheri1f \V. W. Tumblin, Starke. Collector of fet'e'llue--Thos.. P. Shuler. wHOtitE -

Collector, of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.II.Jackson.MADISOCOUNTY. I' AND RETAIL.
United States Of lie or*. Santa Fe.Superintendent. .

LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.jtegister of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, -' -- ,- ..
Starke. County Judge-R.: M. Witherspoon, Madi
R r -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. son.
Receiver F.-Itollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison, / 5j feJ SSgg .B5 gjLTp''* i |g... J F Sg5: ganSgij
Surveyor-cneral-- County Judge-James A. McCrory, City
Clerk-JohnMVBeggs" ; Madison l.! i fc K3S53 a i --li- i= -. fa aieS3MJ
DISTRICT COURT. : Point. Superintendent of Schools:Samuel J. Perry,

1 .Judge Thomas s Settle, Jacksonville.. Clerk}.. A. Stewart, Titusville. Madison; *..? _.'** _
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JI'Jrs1wl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Sheriff-John II. Laws, City Point. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. &jj< :is5 v-U Sii
Collector Revenue D. : Bre- jJLii TjJil7jrii.jiTiwr; ; ilfikiij
of -- W. McQuaig
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Collector of ,Retenuen. D. Wadsworth,
Ili vard County.Superintendent
Madison. -
I INTERNAL REVENUE.: of Schools-M. E. English, \ COUN'TY.Cowdy
Colecwr-8. C. Thompson, Jacksonville.COLLECTor.s Titusville.
OF CUSTOMS. CALIIOUN.County Judge'Z./;f. Crawford, Manatee. -
Clerk-Robert S.'Griffith, Manatee.,
John AAr. Howell Fernandina.
William Clark.
Sheriff-A. S. ,Watson Pine Level.
Edwin Higgins Jacksonville. ;
Clerk-James S. Fannin.
Collector Revenue Marion G. Carlton
of ,
John F. House, St. Augustine. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Popash.

Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
r// State Officers Collector of'emLe-Joel P. Atkins. Pine Level. -,
Superintendent of'Schools W. G. Coxwell.
I EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Governor CLAY COUNTY.: County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. }

I -Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
Lieutenant- Governor-Milton II. Mabry, Park.: Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield Ocala.

., Leesburg. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Collecor of Revenue-W. F. Trantham, -
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Sheriff James '\T. DeWitt, Green Cove Ocala. r rSOUTHPUR.CO.HY"
lahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine,

o Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Collector of ReL'enue-A. S Chalker. Fort McCoy. .
3 Treasurer-E. S. Crill. Superintendent of Sctoolsn. W. Davis, MONROE COUNTY.

r ,, Attorney-General -C. L. Mitchell Tallahas- Middleburg. County Jwlgc-CJws. S. Baron Key West.

4 see. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. I

I Commissioner of Lands County Judge-'\ M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Sheriff George A. Demerrift, Key West. '- -
k Superintendent of Public Instruction J. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Rct'cnttelmon fc5. Moreno,
Russell, Jacksonville.: Key West. '
She-riff-J. W. Perry, Lake City.
a Adjutant-Gcneral-David Lang. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key A. Be N@YE@

n SUPREME COURT. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, West. ,

Chief Justice.-Geo. G. itlelVhorter.x' Lake City. NASSAU COUNTY. DEALER IN
; Associate Justice-George;: PI: llaney, Talla- DADE. dina.County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-

hassee. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards FAMILY SUPPLIES
i Associate Justice-II. B. Van Valkenburgh, Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. GROCERIES,
; Sheriff-John A. E1 ermann, Fernandina.
Jacksonville. Win. M. Mattaur.
Clerk-D. Wilson, Tallahassee. Sheriff Treasurer J'. Win. Ewan. nandina.Assessor of Taxes-AVm. H. Garland, Fer- IIay and Grain, Ship Stores,

tr 1 f CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector of RCL'Cn1LC-'Vm. II. Benest. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott., Fer-

First Circuit--Augustus E! Maxwell, Pcn- DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,

sacola. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
I, ; Second Ci/'cuit-Dayid S. Walker,Tallahassee. -. sonville. botham Callahan. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE

Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County TrtasureeGusta Stark, Fernan-
" Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. dina.
i Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. -- ------- -
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker Jackson- Assessor Taxes Daniel P. Smith Jack- ORANGE COUNTY.
of -
Prices Low as the Lowest.
W1 %: ville.
sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando.

I L Fifth Ci.rcuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Collector of Revenue-Moses .1. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando. X. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fcrmuidimi, Fla.
:ville. J Jacksonville. Collector of net'euue-F. T. Hardman Or-
,, Sixth "ircuit-II.(: L. Mitchell Tampa. ; Superintendent of ScJiaols-Albert J. Rus- lando. ------
i Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. sell Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schooh-John T. Becks, 'I
t Fort Reid.

' 1 CL urt Calendar ESCAMBIA. SUH'eyur-J. 0. Fries, Orlando.
County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. r'easw'cr-C..
.Jacobs, Wilcox.
.v m Clerk-F. E. de la Rua.
: Fall Term- POLK.
Sheriff W. II. Hutchinson.
; Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. S'F> Jr JST C> :!? :E J: N" G--
October. Clerk-S.
in J. Pearce.
Walton, 4th Monday
Collector of Ret'enue-Ianuel Pal tnS.
Holmes Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff'V.)[. Bowcn. -AT-
Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt.
October. Treasurer};. F. Beville.

t Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday FRANKLIN. Collector of Ret'cnue-J. D. Filles. "W. J. LOFT MAN' S.
4lj in October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Sc1ools-P. R. McCrary. .
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday i in Clerk-J. A. Atkins. PUTNAM COUNTY.
October. Sheriff S. A. Floyd.
Probate B. Harrison
Judge of Palatka.
! Escambia. Monday in December. Treasurer-II. H. Porter. ,
Clerk W. F. Forward Palatka. I HAVE XO'OPEX AT MY NEW AND
This act amended section 2 of act of February Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton.

' ';, 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff Collector Thomas of Ret'C1Ute-Joseph Shally. Price. CORNER:: ::: OF SIXTH: : .A.'rD:: ASH. STREETS: : : ,.
Spring GADSDEN. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. AV. .

f Spring April.Madison Taylor. 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Clerk Treasurer-Henry Thomas-A.-M.S. Reeves.Mitchell.Smith. County Judge TAYLOR-'\ II.COUNTY.Parker, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS

2d Monday in April. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. ,
Collector Revenue R. M.
of Morgan. Clerk-John C. Calhoun,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Perry.
,i,' Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Superintendent of Sc/wols-T. J. Faulkner. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
+ Columbia 3d 'Monday after 4th Monday J. Stewart County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
I in April. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Su1't'Clor-D. N. Cox, Perry. I
'il Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Ret'enuc-J. B. Hardee, Perry. THE

in April. Collector of RC'IJcllue-'V. H. H. McLeod. SANTA I 05.\.

Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain. NOVELTIES AND 'SPECIALTIESFOK

: t Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in of Schools-J. W. Reed, Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .
ti October. Jasper. Robinson. TISE SFltPXG AXD SUMMER TRADE.

C"I Madison, 2d Monday: in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of RC1enue-'V. J. AVilliams.:

r t Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-David Ti nner. ; 9- MY PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR' VAL
; i Suwannee 1st after 4th Monday '
d Monday
in October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville.
t Columbia, Monday after 4th :Monday Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. County Judge)[. R. Cooper, St. Augus W. J. LOHMAX, 'or. Sixth and Ash Sts.
+ tine.
: October.
CullectorofRevenue-F.M. Hedich Brooks-
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin "ill e. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, $t. Augustine.

October. Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
Collector of F. Llambias
r 1I FOURTH CIRCUIT Fort Dade. Revenue-Joseph ,
I Spring( Term St. Augustine.
H- St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,

Clay 4th Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. THE CELEBRATEDWOOTON
Bradford: 1st Tuesday in April. Clerk-W. A. Given. Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

cif Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J. It. Steele, Leesburg,
, Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue W.J.Martin.HOLMES. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. DESKS

, Duval 1st Tuesday in May. -Sheriff J. S. DycL.es, Leesburg.

Fall Term:" County Judge-A. II. Brownell. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson,
; St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Snmterville. SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
Clerk-T. II. Pitman.
ti Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- t i
I,_ Bradford 1st in October.
Tuesday Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. ston, Sumterville.
J Baker 2d in October.
Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. SUWANEE COUNTY.
l Nassau 3d in October.
'i ; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live _

A. Reid, Live Oak.
F. Baltzell.
County Judge-George
Spring Term- r
Sheriff-John R. Sessions Live Oak. a
Clerk-Frank Philips.
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. .
Sheriff Andrew Scott. Collector of Revenue-AVilson H. Sessions, .M.KU.
Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. 'Vel born.
Putnam 2d after 4th in Treasurer-James E. Heam.
Tuesday Tuesday
Collector of Ret'C1UtC-John B. Anderson. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones 8 Flat Top.
, March. .
a Live Oak. Why use Desks of onlmarrconstruction
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin.
March. VOLUSIA COUNTY.CountyIudgcJames :-ii ,_ when, for ilfeMadditional
JEFFERSON. II. Chandler, Enter- '
{ ,, Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. cost you cnn hart-

'' in April. Sheriff--T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Clerk John AV. Dickins, Enterprise. .._ the benefit of our improve

f Fall Term- Clerk-" C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff AV. A. Cone, Enterprise. ,, ments? Awkward closets and
Sumter, 1st Tuesday October. Superintendent of Sdiools-W. R. Collector Ret'enttc-P. N. -
Taylor, of Bryan, Glen y side drawers done away will
Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Cove.

'Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau; Mon- Superintendent of Schools-L. D. ,Huston, ?n I r 8 y 'V ubstitute revolving cases

s ; Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. Enterprise. f' !--" which swing with a slight

Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of E.t't'clllte-J. H. Tucker, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY. ; r' touch of the hand and are
; in November.
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. ticello. Courtly Judge-AV. A. Giles. Crawfordville.SheriffCharles' t ?Li 4 I thus enabled to furnish double-

Ir. Spring Term- LAFAYETTE COUNTY. All igood Crawford ville. a d"! a the generally given on
County Judge-'\". J. Dixon, New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. r space
, 4th :Monday in Januarr.Volusia. .
Orange, t- areopen
each side and when cases
1 Monday: in February. Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, ;
tI Clerk-Neal A. New interior is
+ Brcvard 1st Monday in March. McAlpin, Troy. Crawfordville. the whole
,F Dade,3d :Monday in April. Superintendent Sclwols-J.C.RamseyNew County Treasurer- ,Yo Walker, Craw -- flooded with light and all

j fall Term- Troy. fordville. ,No. 14 .Low Down Roll Top portions readily reached without -
County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Collector of Eetenuc-R. C. McMillan Craw
Orange, 2d Monday in August.Volusia Troy. fordville. change of position. A variety of rotarylcases are'offered for selection, and applied ts>
2d in
Brcvard, 4th Monday Monday in September.September.Dade Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, WALTON. : the Desk as wanteJ. AA'e apply this:principle toa: great variety of desks.

2d Monday in November. Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. '
, Assessor'of Taxes-David R. Townsend, Clerk-D. G. McLeod.
New Troy. Sheriff -J. Campbell.
County Officers. THE WOO TO T
LEON COUNTY. Treasurer James S. Bowers.

j! ALACHUA. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-W. B. McLeod.

: County Judge-Junius C. Gardner' Gaines- Sheriff"A.. Moselev, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-J no. C. Douglas. =- -? Cabinet Office SecretaryThemost -

; ville. Clerk.-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON.

: :. Ck.rk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, County Judge-AVm. B. Jones.
Sheriff S. C. Tucker Arredondo. Tallahassee.
Clerk E. .
' CArkctoroj Revenue-II.C. Denton. Gaines- Trcas/trer-J..L. Demilly. Tallahassee. -J. P.SkipI'r.SllcrijfE. Melvin.} ; F t 'f e' l" spacious end elegant! (I(*k ererFre

ville.' Collector of Eet'cnue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Treawrcr-Thomas J. Miller. '* -_ { T sented to the business public. One hundred and

Gainesville.Superintendent of Schools W. N. Sheats, hassee.. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of net'tlwc-John Roche. tF ; ? r > ten compartments, as s-hown in cut: all nude
Superintendent of Schools-D. II. Horn.
BAKER COUNTY. Clerk-J. M.'Barco, Bronson. one lock and kc)'. Especially {

County Judge-II. D. Davis, Sanderson. 'Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. ;?'' .tt,1 9' ? chants Manufacturers, Bankers, Raildapte(1road Officials
t Cl.erl.F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Rcvenue- B. Barco Cedar LUCY'CO T.l GE and Professional Men generally.
Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Key. ,
Collector of E.n'cnuc-J.' R. Herndon, San- Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- i Seventh.St., near Egmont Hotel, J S

derson.Superintfiuknt. hall, Bronson.
of Scltools-Jas. D. Chalker FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. Woolen
LIBERTY. Cabinet Office Secretary.AIDDIRIESS :

Sanderson. County Judge)[. J.Solomons. .. '
BRADFORD COUNTY. ..,. Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished withor WOOTON .DESK CO.
Clerk\V.V.. Jeter. > without board. Table Boarders will be :MANUFACTURING
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Sheriff R. F. Hosford. accommodated also transient.
Ctok-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. : f 'Treasurer, E. Roberts. 2 ; KICIIMOXD .
I I I., Miss LUCY O. THOIr$OX. I : .>- IXD.." U. H. }i.. ;

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RAILROADS. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via

ATrR NI E H IME MhNVATV & 'Vaycl' gg. and Pullman Palace Sleeping
CARD WESTERN DIVISION. Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.

TIME OF THE,, '(JACKSONVILLE TO .CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.. ) Connections at Atlanta with Western and
I Atlantic and East
WESTWARD. Tennessee, Virginia and
,1 c '... No. 1. No.3. points West and.
;., ". ,' ':' '::. '- Day Pass. ,Night i Pass. Northwest.

: Effect May 3d, 1885. Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30am 3.55pm EAST FLORIDA. PRESS.

.'" ;'. ,- !i, .' .. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m Leave Jacksonville daily at ......... 8:50 .
04 ,: ')ht:. : /,.' ; :.;j: ::>., : > TRANSIT & PENINSULAR ,DIVISION.FEBNANDINA Leave Baldwin........... 8.16am 4.43pm : at Jacksonville daily-at..... 7:00 p a in.Arrive m

. ( TO CEDAR KEY.) Lake City_......... 9.47 am 6.40 p m Arrive at Callahan daily at....._... 9:41 p ni.
-' (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Live Oak............10.31 a m 7.43 p m Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10 a m
Madison ............11.57am 9.15pm Leave Gainesville daily 5.55 m
WILLIAMS & SWANN Monticello ........12.40 p m Leave Live Oak daily at 8.50 p m

4JLORIDAMIRRORBooK; Day Pas. AZ Pas. Arrive Tallahassee....... 2.27 p m Arrive at DuPont daily at............11:05 pm
A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee.......? 2.32 pill 12.00 n't Arrive at Thomasville daily at.;. 6:4511111
SUCCESSORS' OF THE Leave Fernandina.................10.25 5.45 Quincy............. 3.34 p m 1.22 a m Arrive at Albany daily at...10:30 a m
Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.25 Arrive Chatta. River.... 4.50 Arrive
pill Montgomery daily at...... 7:48
Co. Arrive Callahan.....................11.42 7.25 Arrive at p m
Florida Land & Immigration Jesup daily 3:25
Leave Callahan........ ............11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No. Arrive at Brunswick a m
daily at.. ... 6:05
Leave Dutton...... ......... ... ....12.22 8.25 Day Pass.. 2. Night No.Pass.4. Arrive at Savannah dailvat.........-. 6:05 a am m
: ', ;: : Offer on easy terms, or for cash, P. M. LeaveChatt'chee River.10.45 Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45
Leave Brandy Branch.............12.38 8.43 a m p m
Pullman Palace
........... Sleeping Cars Jackson-
Arrive Baldwin...... ..............12.55 9.10 Quincy ? 12.20 p m 2.07 am ville to Louisville via
Arrive Tallahassee.......
Leave Baldwin...................... 1.00 9.50 1.27 pm 3.36 pm Connections at
Leave Tallahassee ...... Montgomery with Louisville
1.34 3.48 -
375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville..................... 1.30 10.20 ? p m p m and Nashville Railroad for New '

Leave Highland.................... 1.48 10.41 Monticello.2.30pm i
Orleans and Texas points and the West and !
Madison ............
Leave Lawtey......................... 2.02 11.02 4.15pm 6.36pm Northwest. At Savannah with Central
Live Oak............ 5.39 8.33
BINDER Hammock and Pine Lands, on Leave Temple's..................... 2.18 11.25 pm a m Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Lake _......... 6.33 9.47
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.35 City p m am Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway
Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01 11.26 -
and adjacent to the Railway from Leave Thurston..................... 2.54 11.55 pm am for all points North, with
Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31 a m steamshipsfor
A. 31. Arrive Jacksonville...... 12.16 New York Philadelphia, Boston and
Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar Arrive Waldo....................... 3.14 12.25 8.50pm pm Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor '
'Leave Waldo........................ 3.25 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains and 4 will New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore

.. Key on the Gulf of Mexico. No Leave Gainesville................. 4.07 ...... not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail

Leave Arredondo...........'...... 4.33 ...... will run Mondays. and Steamship connections, and Baggage tt!
.' ", lands in Florida are more desirablefor Leave Palmer........ ............... 446 ...... ST. MARK'S BRANCH. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths

Leave Archer........................ 5.C6 ...... and sections secured Company's office in
Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00am
Leave Bronson............_......... 5.39 ...... Astor's
Building, 84 Bay street and at De-
Oranges Peaches Melons and Arrive Wakulla............................ 9.05 a In
Leave Otter Creek................. 6.23 ......
pot Office and on board People'sLine
Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am
Leave Rosewood ........ ........... 7.03 ......
Leave St. Mark's........................10.00
ESTABLISHED A BOOK early Vegetables; none containing Arrive Cedar Key................. 7.35 ...... a. m and JENNIE LANE.
HAVING Arrive Wakulla................... .........10. 5 a m
in connection with our better and more accessible bodies of GOING NOKTH. Arrive Tallahassee.......................11.30 a m General JAS. L. TAYLOR. i
Passenger Agent.A. .
Pas. m Pas.
Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE Day )I. IVE A ent.
A.1\f. ......
Pine Timber also the
AXI MANUFACTURE Leave Cedar Key............ ......... 7.20 ...... .

valuable Hard Woods and Red Leave Rosewood( ................... 7.53 ...... Jacksonville, with \Vaycross Line for Florida Southern Railway Co. 1
more Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.22 ...... I all points North and East; with the Fernan-

........ ........ ORANGE BELT ROUTE.
: ( :; Leave Bronson ... 9.05 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
-t. Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Archer........................ 9.36 ...... dina ; and with Steamers for all points on I

Leave Palmer ........................ 9.53 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. GOING SOUTH.
ranges for cattle and sheep, and no Leave Arredondo..10.08 ...... At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- J/aff. Galnestfle

ALL KINDS Leave Gainesville..10.34 ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- Leave Jacksonville Express. .

lands in the State are in a more satisfactory Arrive Waldo....... .. ..........11.18 ...... nandina, Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. viaJ.X.&K.W.R'y.1 .48pm ...
.. A. M. At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m C.66 a ni

; shape for successful coloni- Leave Waldo.................i.......11.32 2.10 & Western Railroad. LeaveJT&K1VJu.. 2.50pm ........_
-OF- Leave Thurston..............'.'.....11.55 2.40P. At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Arrive Interlac '1en...... 3.36 p 111 7.25 a m
zation or resale by capitalists.For l\f. Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- Wait's Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m )

Leave Starke........................12.30 3.00 urdays.At Gruelle ........._ 4.40 p m 9.20 a m -t

further information and terms Leave Temple's ....................12.35 3.08 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Gainesville .... 5.35 p m 11.05; a m
Leave Lawtey. ..............._....12.53 3.26 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Micanopy...... ......... 4.30 p In

Leave Highland..................... 1.11 3.55 sacola, lIobile.Iontgomery, New Orleans, LochbSe ......... 5.15 p m 10.12 a m .
3PBLANK BOOKS m address Leave Maxville..................... 1.29 4.25 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, Reddick......... 5.27 p m 10.25 a m i

Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.55 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa- Ocala............. G.05 p m 11.05 am

WILLIAMS & SWANN, Leave Baldwin..................... 1.56 5.40 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. Welshton ...... 6.31 p m 11.32 a m

Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to .". N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p in 11.57 a m F

FEUNAXDINA, FLA.THE Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 all points West. S. Lake Weir.. 7.02pm 12.03 p m r #

-fORRAILROADS- Arrive Callahan..................... 3.00 6.50 For information respecting routes, rates, "" Conant........... 7.10pm 12.13 p m

'.',...,.'. Leave Callahan...................... 3.10 7.20 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Lady Lake..... 7.13 p m 12.17 p m ,.
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Leesburg....... 7.35 p m 12.40 p m

Arrive Fernandina................. 4.25 8.50 sonville. GOING NORTH.

$& Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths Leave Leesburg.......... 7.30 a m 1.40 p m

: "f : ; : '.'. ,_ f.'j' Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, Arrive. Lady Lake...... 7.52 a m 2.02 p m 1 ,,
and at new office southwest corner of Bay Conant............ 7.55am, 2.0G p m ,
: : :;\ DIVISION. and Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla. S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a mX. 2.15 p m
,'. ', .\' : A. O. MAcDONELL u
Lake Weir... 8.10 a m 2.22 hi
STEAMBOATS, 'J!': 4,;. '.zr ', ')h' ', Welshton......_ 8.34 a. m 2.48 p m
'' 4'. I' ; .
I. ..., :r.;:> ''" 'k .. .17., '- GOING SOUTH. Fernandina, Fla. Ocala............. 9.00 a m 3.17 p m
. h..I.. .. ... .. ",1::!:\.'\.;..,'::.,.{:!..kit.;. ', .. ..Y...'-,' ';....Jay Pas.j"t Pas. C. "". MAXWELL, Reddick........... 9.38 a m. 3,57p m rt
.\ .:..:' ,':" :',:.,' ::; .:' P.M. A.M. Master of Transportation, Lochbie........... 9.50 a m 4.09p In

Ee.CH'ANTS, i < Leave '" 3.20 1.05 Jacksonville, Fla. Micanopv......_ ......... 7.50 p m

Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.36 D. E. MAXWELL, Gruelle ..........10.20 a m 4.40 p m
Leave Hawthorne............ ..._ 3.54 1.58 General Superintendent, Gainesville .....11.15 a in 5.15 p m I;

Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 2.27 I Fernandina, Fla. ait's Cross ...11.50 a in 5.40 p m t

:BANKS, ETC Leave Citra........................... 4.34 2.52 i Interlachen ....11.30> a m 6.42 p m

Leave Sparr's) ...... ......... .... .... 4.48 3.11 Savannah Florida &Western R'y. '* J.T &K W J'n.t2.15 pm.........
Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.27 Palatka.........13.30:; p m 8.00 p mJacksonville

.:.' FLORIIATOWN Leave Silver Spring............... 5.37 3.52 v.JT&KWRy.
Leave Ocala............................ 5.58 4.17 2.lOpm ........_ ;
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 On Sundays a fast passenger) train will be
trains of this road are run by Central
-ALSO- IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Leave Oxford......... ................ 6.55 5.27 run. leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m., connecting .'
Meridian time which is 33 minutes
Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 5.55 ((90th with train for Leesburg at Gruelle. '
slower than Jacksonville time.ON .
Leave Leesburg..................... 7.48 6.55 Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connecting -

Fcriiamlina, Arrive Tavares...................... 8.22 7.30 with train from Leesburg at Gruelle, wand
and after Sunday, March 18, 1885, '
GOING NORTH. Trains will leave and arrive arriving at Palatka at 6.30 p. m. I .
Towns on K. R. Line. Passenger
P tsales A.)(. P.M. O. W. BROMWELL, !
I MAAN A NJAP A ER And Cedar Key. Leave Ta va 6.23 6.15 as :NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. General Pass.Agent. '

> J Leave Leesburg...................... 6.55 7.20 Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:30 a m SHERMAN General CONANT Manager., ,:
Leave Wildwood. 7.25 8.sO
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00
Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 8.46 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a pm m .
.'...... 9.07 ELECTRIC LIGHT"I
Leave Lake Weir Station: 7.52 $5 /
Arrive at Waycross daily at....... 10:00 a m
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Ocala................ 8.33 10.20 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 m ,

Leave Silver Spring............... 8.53 ....._ 3:30 p of \ .,, / '
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at. p m Ox receipt $5 we "
Leave Place............. 9.25 11.06 c 1L
number of the most eligible and desirable Anthony Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m will send you an Electric =. := __ ,

: :::: ? S, Leave Spa rr's....' 9.38 11.25 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05: p m Lamp. Burglar :::: =""L ;:::: ;

Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Leave 9.53 11.47A.. Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m Alarms $1.: Call Bells ; ': := .
M. Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m $1. ElectncGa.'J liter '"
City or Suburban Residences, Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.15 12.13 Arrive at Savannah daily a't......... 1:24p m Telegraph Instruments I

Leave Hawthorne..10.37 12.43 Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 6:50 p m Medical Batte-
Leave Dixie................. ........10.55 1.08 Arrive daily exTTTI ries &c. )
UPON EASY TERMS. at Washington :
:BOUND in ALL STYLESAND Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.20 1.39 cept Sunday, at ........................ 3:40 p m "In regard to your new Electric Light ,; t

1J2?*Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at New York daily, except we think you will be exceedingly successful

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Night Passenger daily.F. Sunday, at............ ....................10:05 p m in securing its universal l adoption. '
f Pullman buffet sleeping cars on this train Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIELD $
'. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- N. Y.ft Io
.- ATSEASONABLE- I, & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Jacksonville to Washington. 737 Broadway, ffift
Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests
rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- of your new Electric Light. I believe you 1'

GOING SOUTH. cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas. all trans- will find no difficulty in bringing it into I
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor A.){. P.M. ;
Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns- general use. Easte.ru Man. "Northwest-
PRICESISSEND Leave Fernandina.................' 7.00 3.30 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia ern Lumberman." HENRY BI GJJA\I. g
residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road................. 7.26 4.02 B.&W.R.R.at1.13p.m. "We take pleasure in stating that the teste s

Arrive Jacksonville............._ 8.25 5.05 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this we made of your Electric Light proved'perfectly -

business. GOING NORTH. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile satisfactory. You will have a large

A. M. P. M. and New Orleans. and ready sale. Yours truly, j

INDUCEMENTS, TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Jacksonville............... 9.45 5.50 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- RICHARDS & Co,
Leave Hart's Road.........:.......10.50 6.45 ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue..X.Y."

,'. . ,. '. '''' .. by exemption, for, a term of years from Arrive Fernandina.........C.....11.18 7.10 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- The above testimonials explain them- 1 #
: jp f* Trains daily except Sunday. ville to St. Louis via Waycross. selves.
):: taxation offered the several cities and
towns. Apply to Leave Fernandina..6.50 a. m. 5.15 p.m. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 1:55 p m 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y. I
CHAS. W. LEWIS, Arrive Jacksonville_8.15 a. m. 6.40 p.m.Leave Arrive at Jacksonville"daily: at...... 1:00 p m

IN YOUR WORK. a Fernandina. Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 7.20 p.m. Arrive at Callahan daily at.-......... 2:35 p m Notice of Insolvency.
Arrive Fernandina. 10.20 a. m. 8.40 p. m. .......... 4:20 m
_#3JOffice, cor. Beach &7th sts. Arrive at Waycross daily at. p COUNTY COURT, Nassau County
Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:55: p m IN Florida: Whereas Fred W. Iloyt. administrator '

CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:16 p m of the estate of W. S. Rawson,

This train stops at all local stations be- deceased, late of the county aforesaid, having -
FERNANDINA, FLA., tween Jacksonville and Savannah.FAST filed in the office of the County Judgeof
With Sew York and Fernandina Steam-
of the
written suggestion
MAIL. said county, a
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
for New York on Thursday. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby
claims or demands -
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 in given to all persons having
and Savannah
With Sea Island Route from to '
CURTIS k' CO. and Brunswick except Sunday. Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 3:10 p m of any nature whatever against said
daily Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m estate, to file the same duly authenticated.in .

ESTATE AGENTS AT CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m the office of the County Judge of said
REAL and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m county, on or before the 13th day of Octo-
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ST. )[ARY'S.. GEORGIA-. and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:53 a mArrive ber, A. D.1835' at which time there will bea
HAWTHORNE, Washington, D. C.,'daily_11:45 p m pro rata payment to creditors
Loans procured, Mortgages negotiate dex- To and from Ialatkadaily except Sunday.AT Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m thereto, and the Administrator discharged.
changes effected. : Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars. Witness my hand and heal as County

Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 With Stage Line WILDWOOD.,ami/rom. Brooksville Jacksonville to New York without change. Judge 'of said county, this 10th day of
acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 for Brunswick take this train April, A. D. 1805.
BOTH Passengers
IX STYLE AND PRICES. and Tampa daily except II. J. BAKER.
for sale.
acres, (via B.V.. Ry.), arriving at Brunswick at
N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas CEDAR KEY, FLA., County Judge.
.. the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key 8:21 p. m. EXPRESS. Fernandina, April, 188.3. 6mo E
Canal under made for Govern- West and Havana every Saturday; for NewOrleans JACKSONVILLE .
( .the
: ...i ; ,.. survey at-......... 6:56 m
: n' : : .. :; ment by General Gillmore), charters for the every Friday ; from Key West and Leave Jacksonville daily p Warranty and Mortgage Deeds.
<. Havana from New Orleans Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m
construction of which having been grantedby every Friday: PAPER-75 GTS. PER DOZEN.
at. ......... 7:55 m
Address :. Arrive at Callahan daily p LINEN
the United States Government and the every.Saturday.With of 2-cent
Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Waycross daily at-.........10:25 p m lples sent upon receipt
and Florida Tampa
FLORIDA MIRROR, increase Legislatures in the, value Georgia of adjacent lands, a large may for and from Key West, Monday and Arrive at Jesup daily at..............12:3o a m stamp. Address FLORIDA MIRROR.
.......... 8:20
at. .. am
and Manatee :Mon- Arrive at Macon daily '
be confidently looked for. (See New YorkSun,27383. Thursday; for Tampa Fernandina, Fla. ,
FERNANDINA, FLA .) day and Friday. Arrive at Atlanta daily at, .............12:30 p m 26 .



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'FLORIDA: .MIRROR : MAY: 23. 1885.


THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Excursion to Fort George Island.In Sholes' Insect Exterminator sold by F. W .:. ,,..:".,.,>, ...'.. .iA .-' --:

the STATE NEWS. & Co. ,:'flJ'."''Al'":i Y'1 ma. ;t.' "' ..". .d,' ....". ._. 'i. ,i", \'.>;"
lieu of excursion to Silver Spring, ,- Hoyt :-: ; A: W' "', '. : "
t,, which to have taken Wednesday -- ... ,' :. l'".," ,"1''t .j: :. _
i was place on Out of a total of 8,000 visitors to Green 'I"t"'t; !:'" '
$2.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS New Spring Clothing.A
last, but which had to be abandoned,on not
Cove the a single
during season
fine line of Nf w Spring; Clothing, fash-
Reflections. account of the inability of the committee to death lias occurred. ionable cut and well mud, at low prices..

-- arrange a satisfactory schedule, an excur. Fine Clothing a :specialty at
There is a tomato,vine in Waldo that has
FJ: The storm signal was flying at the signal sion'will be given by.Amelia Lodge, No. 47, grown all winter;and has been bearing fruit J. & T. KYDD'S.Ladles I Two i

. station on Tuesday Wednesday last. F. & A. M., to Fort George Island, at the Millions(
since December, and Misses Hose,
mouth of the St. John's, on Wednesday
Jtfr. Andrew Peebles of Pittsburgh, the
been charteredto In variety AT PAUL FUNKES.Bleached .
The schooner( Pea-less has great
architect of the Dungeness mansion, was in next, ,May 27th. The excursion will leave I of acres of Farming, Orange
r to Central America for 30,000 cocoa- >
; the city yesterday.Mr. here by rail that morning at 7 o'clock, arriving go Cotton.J' Timber and Grazing Lands
nuts for seed for Florida
in Jacksonville at 8:30.. From Jack- groves ,
T. J. Eppes is about to erect a handsome & T. KYPD are now selling ii yard-wide' situated in counties
y- two-story dwelling house on the cor- sonville the party will be conveyed to Fort, The F..R. & N. railroad has undergone a Bleached Cotton. tine and soft finish, at the 29 and

George by the elegant steamer 3fystic, arriving wonderful transformation in equipment and low price of 7 cents a yard. All standard comprising the lands bought
of Ash and Tenth streets.
there about 1 o'clock. Returning, the schedule in the last six weeks, and parties brands as: low as can be bought anywhere. by Sir Edward J. Reed from

Mrs. Sweeney is making preparations to steamer will leave Fort George at 3:30, con- arc expressing great satisfaction at the orderof ,

. rebuild her cottage on Amelia beach,'which necting with the train for Fernandina at thinbOcala Item.J. Special BargainsIn the State of Florida in 1881

was destroyed by fire last fall. Jacksonville at 5:30 which will land the Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam- are now offered at graded
H. Foster, of Tangerine, has recently ask, at J. & T. KYDD'S.

Ex-Gov. Harrison Reed, editor of the excursionists home at 7:15 p. m. The shipped a crop of thirty thousand: tuberose prices. These lands were selected -

daily Florida Journal, was in the city yesterday fare for the round trip has been put at the bulbs to dealers in the North, where the NoveltiesIn by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

: and the Mirror visit. low of $1.50. From Jacksonville to Fancy Goods and Parasols.
paid a pleasant price extra size and superior quality of the Flor-
AT PAUL FUNKE'S.Spring ley, late Commissioner of the
Inquiries for rooms at the Strathmore are Ft. George and return, 75 cents. ida bulbs insure a ready market at a good
coming in very fast. A gentleman from For further particulars, see posters. price. and Summer ClothingAt I I State Land Office, and Mr.

Atlanta, Ga., wants four of the best .rooms It is better for, the people to make their New York cost. I t M. Williams, late agent for
The City Council. AT PAUL FUNKE'S.J. .
reserved for his family. The regular semi-monthly meeting of the wants and wishes known before the State I sale of State lands, which fact

G The cuts made in grading the city terminus City Council took place at the Council Convention meets. than to wait until they cfc T.. Kydd :. 'is a guaranty of their high

of the beach railway are now being Chamber last all see what is done and then complain becausethe Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg
on Wednesday evening ,
!r filled in with sand from the hills beyond the action of'the convention does not meet Edgings and Insertings, bought 25 per cent. quality. The purchase known
the Aldermen being present with the ex- below manufacturers' prices, which they
1. city park. their The have as the Reed Purchase was
approbation. delegates only
of W.
ception Dorsey. offer at astonishingly low prices. Call and

At the meeting of the Board of Directors The following bills were ordered paid: called for information ; let the people now see them. r opened for sale this year, and

of the Florida Fruit Exchange, held in Marshal for speak out and make their desires known.-
R. L. Denefield, salary as Gents Furnishing Goods the lands have not been culled

: Jacksonville on Tuesday last, Capt. W. M. April I ............................................$41 GG Apopka Citizen.In I
i Ives, local agent of the Savannah, Florida Stephen :Morris, salary as policeman, the of B. W. Fontaine. The In all styles AT PAUL FUNKE'S. or picked ove"r. No part has.

for April....................................... 35 00 case I been reserved in
& Western Railway, was elected manager. Newton Bradley, salary as policeman, North British Insurance Company, the Mattings Mattings any manner,

i!i At the competitive drill in Gainesville of for April.....'................................. 35 00 plaintiff recovered $1,000 with three years A great bargain in Fancy Mattings, 15 I and the whole is open for sale.

the cadets of the East Florida Seminary, Geo. E. Wolff, salary as Clerk, for interest. Mr. Fontaine had property de-
April................................. .......... 18 00 cents a yard, at J. & T. KYDDS. Special prices on large tracts.
last week, Cadet Eddie R. Williams a son Louis Spaulding, services as special stroyed three years ago, which was insuredin Timber lands virgin forests in

; Ti of )r. A. Williams, Esq., of this city, carried police..........:................................ 100 this company, and the company refusedto AX ORDINANCE ,

1 off first honors. Joe Anderson, hauling...................... 125 redeem its policy because the property bodies of 50,000 acres and up-
Granting the Right of Way ihrmigh certain
A communication was received from the also insured in the Mutual wards. Lands sold for
The iron on the railroad to the beach has was Micanopy Streets to the Florida Improvement Companyfor cash,.

been laid nearly across the marsh beyond Board of Health, calling the attention of Insurance Compally.-GnineS1.ille News. a Steam ,' the City Council to the bad sanitary i condi-
"Citrona." Unless the weather sets in very The artesian: well is now nearly, if not
tion of certain streets and drains, and requesting THE FLORIDA DI- The Florida Land and CO.
: Mortgage
unfavorably, Mr. Kelly will complete the quite, 500 feet deep, and is still going down. Company, a corporation

I road by the 1st of June. the Council to take action. Re- Strong fumes of coal gas came from the organized under the laws of this State, with (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
ferred to the Committee on Streets. to construct railroads and make
depths during the first days of this week, power
The colored members of the City Council, other improvements Amelia
The Committee on Rules and Ordinances, important on
k who constitute a majority of the Board, are but the crevices from which the gas came Island, having petitioned for privilege to
to whom was referred the matter of draw-
f about to establish a veterinary hospital for have been passed. Capt. Grant is gettingmore construct railroads on certain streets within

5 horses owned by colored men at ing up an ordinance in reference to grantingthe and more hopeful of obtaining a flow the limits of the city of Fernandina, and it .
decrepit right of way, etc., to the Florida Improvement being evident that the construction and ''': ; ::i) : :
of before he reaches depth of eight -Y.
water a
the expense of the tax-payers. Company for a steam railway, operating of this railroad will materially : :
hundred feet.-Live Oak Bulletin.A benefit the city
i The young people gave an apron and reported, with a recommendation for its IT HEREBY ORDAINED the Coun-
is by City
r necktie party at Lyceum Hall last night. Them passage, an ordinance entitled : "An Or- correspondent of the Ocala Free Press, cil of the City of Fernandina that the rightof Private Hoard,

proceeds of the entertainment are to aid in dinance granting the right of way through writing from Tampa, says: "The debatable way for a single track, standard gauge, At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street,

the reconstruction of the pavilion on Amelia certain streets to the Florida Improvement question and the one that occupies the steam railroad is hereby granted to the near Egmont Hotel.

minds of the here whether not Florida Improvement Company through Offers well furnished with
z beach which was washed away by the people is, or pleasant rooms
Company for a steam railroad.
certain streets and points, and under con-
-i without board. Transient boarders will
the railroads will be able to build better or
tides of last fall.
; high The ordinance was read the first and sec- ditions hereinafter named. be accommodated.

The Strathmore Hotel on Amelia beach ond time, put upon its passage, and passed. harbor further south on the Gulf. It seemsto ((1st.) Right of way is granted from the MRS. T. P. G. THOMPSON.
be settled that all the railroads will make intersection of Centre and First streets
has been leased by Mr. Abbott, of the Do- The bond of the contractor for the night (with privilege of extending northward to Fernandina, Fla., January, 10, 1885.LUCY .
this their southern terminus at least for
l44; zier :Mansion, and will probably open for scavenger service was approved, and orderedto Calhoun street) southward through First COTTAGE ,
some years. I had a long talk with a civil street to Beech street, thence eastward to .
i f the season on the 1st of June. Mr. Abbottis be recorded.
engineer who surveyed tile coast from St. the eastern limits of the city, thereby en-
Seventh-St. Egmont Hotelr
is a first-class caterer and knows how to The Committee on Streets reported that near
Pensacola for the abling said named company to continue
keep a first-class house. they had been offered the large bay horse, Augustine to government.He from said point in the construction of a rail- FER AXDIX.A. FLORIDA.

Mr. G. Stark, Chairman of the Finance worked by Mr.W. B. C. DurySe in his lum- says that Tanipa has the best harbor on road to Amelia beach.
the Gulf in South Florida. Charlotte Harbor (2d.) The road on either of the streets
with serviceable Offers well furnished withor
ber wagon, together a cart pleasant rooms ,
. ; Committee backed by :Mr. Avery, President
41 ,
shall be constructed through the centre of
is somewhat deeper but is dangerous to without board. Table Boarders will be
of the Council, and :Mayor Pope, have or- and harness, for the sum of $150, and recommended the same. No excavations or embankments accommodated also transient.
and Punta Rassa has ;
enter storm
during a ,
dered City Clerk Wolff to defer the issuingof the purchase of the same. to be made which will in any manner obstruct =2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.R. .
not a sufficient protection. interfere with the safe of _
The same committee also reported a bid or passage
the warrant for $150 for the purchase of :
----------- and vehicle at all times, either at
t from Cot J. C. Read for in persons .: S. SCHUYLERAROHITEOT
keeping repairthe ,
the for the
equine cripple city. Range of Thermometer the junction of streets or along the line of

Mayor Pope is indignant at the action of plank walk to Old Town, etc., for the FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MAY 22o, 1885, the railway in any part thereof. -
of for the Action this Said to construct and -
sum $200 year. upon AT HOKSEY'S DRUG STORE. ((3d.) company
the majority of the Board of Aldermen in maintain suitable street crossings and
latter report was deferred until the next 12 3 6 WIND.
7 A.I. M. rim. P.1r.
ordering the purchase of a worthless animalfor drains, wherever they may bedeerned necessary -
Saturday, :May 16..00 7-1 78 75 N. E. FOR BUILDING OF ALL
the Street Department. He is, however, Sunday 17..f 72 75 71 S. W. by the City Council. The roadbed to DESIGNS Details
board then took up the matter of pur- :Monday, 18..72 80 82 78 N.W.Tuesday be on a level with the streets and where, : with Plans, Spe-
powerless to prevent the purchase, as he has H. E. citications, and Superintendence.
p 19..70 82 12 80 owing to some depression or elevation, any
1 chasing the horse and cart for the use of the
Wednesday" 20..71 8-1 $3 81 S. E.
: no voice in the matter. unevenness occur in the constructionof
Street Department. Thursday, 21.. ...70 $3 H2 tO; S. E. Dissolution of Copartnership.,
of the Mallory 80 tO; 79 X. E. this said road the company so having
Texas 22..65
The steamship State of Friday, vJL
Aldermen Austin, Stark and McGiffinwere their heretofore existing,
right of way, shall at own expense rpHE partnership
w; i Line, sailed on Thursday evening for in favor of adopting the recommendations ------.----- and without charge to the city, level off and tween the late Charles Angel his/

; New York with a full passenger list and the of the Street Committee, while the MARINE. establish an even surface along the entire and Emil 0. Friend, under the firm 4

t'f following : 1,300 pkgs. vegetables, 191 line of road in the city. of Angel fc Friend, has been dissolve n./
rest of the board, all colored men, favored Port of.Fernand,. tita. ((4th.) No trains or engines shall run mutual consent. The undersigned will con-
bbls. rosin, 57 bbls. spirits, 181 cases cedar, the purchase of the team owned by Marshal HIGH'.- c'WATER. within the city limits at a. rate exceedingfive tinue the business, collect all bills and pay

? 49 bales cotton, 74 bbls. cotton-seed oil, 100 Denefield, and now used in the street ser- Saturday, May 23............ 3:28 A.M. 4:02 P.M. (5) miles an hourand persons in chargeof all debts. EMIL O. FRIEND.
ii pkgs. merchandise, 1 horse. Sunday, II 24........... 426 4)8; II engines while in motion shall be requiredto Fernandina, Fla., May 1st, 1885.
W., : vice. The first named animal is much to Monday, II .25............ 5:23 5:;)) u ring their bells; and, furthermore, it is
A diver, who is engaged in breaking out be preferred, and it was really to the inter- Tuesday, 26............ 6:17 6:43 hereby specially stipulated that in grantingthis 1SAUKNIGHT
27...,....... 7:03 7::h; W. K. ,
the copper and brass from the old wreck of est of the city to buy it, being a very desirable Thursday, 28............ 7:43 8:0-1"., right of way said company shall sub

the City of Austin onthe% bar, gave an exhi- purchase. The latter, offered at the Friday, 2D........... 8:32 8:43 mit to such further regulations on the part AGENT,
of the city as from time to time be essential -
bition of his endurance off the New York ENTERED. WHOLESALE
same price ($150)), is utterly worthless and and practicable for the protection of

h'4' steamship dock on Saturday last for the edification blind. The present owner was anxious to Steam-packet daily Thos.with Collyer.from freight and passengers Brunswick,to life, health against fire, or for the maintenance BUTCHER AND ANDDealer STOCK DEALEK,

t, of a wondering crowd of young get rid of it for this reason, and being a }o'. W. Simmons, agent. of good order.
May 19-Steamship State of Texas, John Risk, Passed May 20. 1885. in Ice
people. Some two months ago a valuable colored man, and the majority of the board from New York; freight and passen- G. AVERY, President of Council.
diamond ring was lost overboard by a passenger being of the same way of thinking, believed gers, to R. W. Southwick, agent. Attest: TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY"BROOM
1 Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel, from
, of one of the Mallory steamers, and that the municipality could better afford to Palatka; freight and passengers, to GEO. E. WOLFF, City Clerk. STREET WHARF,

the diver had a faint hope of recoveringit. support this old invalid than the Marshal, W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Approved : RXAXDIN.FLA..
of Monticello. t-tf
Steamship City McKee W. H. POPE, Mayor.
it. His efforts were futile, however. and, notwithstanding the protest of the from Charleston: freight and passen-
to W. O. Jeffreys agent .
j minority, aided by the President of the May 22-Steamship gers City of Montieello, McKee,

Insurance Bates; Board the majority carried the day,and the from Palatka; freight and passengers,

i' The officers and general agents of fire insurance City Clerk was instructed to draw warrant Steam-packet to W. 0. Jeffreys David, agent.Clark,Daniels,from

f companies, composing what is for the purchase. Savannah;' freight and passengers, to
F. W. Simmons, agent.
' known as the South-eastern Tariff Associa- 19-5team-packetDaYid Clark,Daniels, from .

tion, about a year ago, divided cities into Masonic Notice.: Savannah; freight and passengers, to a> FURNITURE! ]
Amelia Lodge. No. 47 F. & A. M. F. W. Simmons agent.
'f-: four classes, said classification being based meetsat -Schooner Gay Thomas,Shoe,New York;
the Lodge corner Second and rock, to Lara &Ross. .
the amount and character of the fire-
upon Broome streets;on Monday evening next at 18-Schooner Ida A.Schoolcraft,Booye,Som-
, extinguishing facilities. 7:30 o'clock standard time: Point: rock, to Lara&Ross.

t The first and second classes include cities Nassau Chapter. No. 23, Royal Arch Masons CLEARED. We have opened, in the Marson Building, Centre Street.
meets at the hall Second Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,-,for Brunswick
having, among other things, a fire alarm corner
St and Broome streets Thursday next daily, with freight and passengers, full line of Furniture etc. consisting*,
telegraph and paved streets, and are for the at 7:30 :; evening by 1!'. W. Simmons, agent below Second, a Bedding, ,

i present beyond Fernandina's reach i'' but it sharp. May Steamship New York State; freight of Texas.and passengers John Risk., for by in part Walnut Chamber Suits, Ash Chamber Suits, :Mahogany

seems'quite possible that we might with a Flies, ants, roaches, and mosquitoes are R. W. Southwick, agent. ,
little effort ourselves in the fourth paralyzed by Sholes' Insect Exterminator.Sold Steamship City of )Monticello McKee, and Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at
place by Fred W Hoyt & Co. for Palatka; by W. O. Jeffrevs agent.
! or perhaps in the third class. They are 17-Steamship City of Palatka Vogel, for prices as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere-
Charleston; by W.O. Jeffreys, agent.
i described as follows: Valuable Orange Lands for Sale May Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
Bedsteads Chairs
finished light and dark Children's great
for and ; ;
' THIRD CLASS. Tracts containing twenty acres each of Charleston;freight passengers,
by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. ,
Steam fire engines, drawnby horses. De- choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake 16-Steam-packet David Clark, Daniels, for I variety; Rockers of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast and

,paid. Anaple"atersuppl '. suitable for orange growing and truck farm- Savannah; freight and passengers, by !
partment partly ) ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare F. W. Simmons agent. Centre, ; Washstands; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat and Wire;
FOURTH CLASS. very conveniently situated for transpor- .May Steam-packet David Clark, Daniels, for

Volunteer Department. Engines, steam tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on Savannah}'. W. Simmons; freight, agent.and passengers, by :Mattresses of various qualities, cheaper than ever before sold

hand drawn hand. Water supply terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- 21-Schooner Caleb S. Ridgeway, Townsend,
or by foundin
} tionable. Also valuable timber lands in New Haven; lumber, by Payne,Cook ,Pillows and Bolsters; and a full line] of goods generally
street cisterns or available streams. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, & Co.
Let our City Council and business men February 16 1882, Fernandina, Fla. -Schooner Henry D. May Morris, Phila- a regular Furniture Store We invite an inspection of our-
J. Mizell& Bro.
.delphia;Dumber, by
I take the mater consideration and make .
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II effort to themselves with these Lost. stock.We
an, provide
necessities, and thereby secure a better pro A Silver Tumbler marked S. S. Maner." Refrigerators at Hoyt, & Co/s furniture also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.The .
The finder will be liberally rewarded by store, Centre street: *
tection against: fire, cheapen the price of insurance leaving i it at the Mirror office. latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware and Porce-

on their, ,mercantile property, and Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc. a quart, at
get rid of all the three-quarterclsuses which The following unique specimen of orthography JACOB KLARER'S lain Goods. Sold in any quantity to suit purchaser.

i have been forced to is. exhibition in the
insurance companies on postoffice
1 introduce to protect themselves against windows' Orange Therees of. All. Adges SilksSatins. and Laces. '. .'C ; '
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immoral hazards. L For Sail. Apply to ? AT PAUL.FVr\KE'S' "
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