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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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June 13, 1885
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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TlII; COXSTITUTIOXAL CONVES- changes made in the National Constitution.It G. A. Stevens, of Polk, Reading STATE XEWS.Thieves what civilization is like. A party oftwelve -

Tioy. should not be framed,merely with a viewto -
Clerk. '
political advantage. It should protect all : : entered the premises;; of Congo negroes : including

HON. SAM'L. PASCO, OF :MOXTICELLO, and secure even, to the ,humblest his political Geo. Dice, of Madison,Messenger. Dr. Alba, in St. Augustine, on the King Massala, the ruler of a large

ELECTED PRESIDENT-HIS ADDRESSNO rights and personal. liberty, without reference :Milton J. Bryan, of Hamilton, 5th inst. and stole all his choice rose district near Vivi, two 'lesser chiefs,

IMPORTANT BUSINESS to nationality. But as the political Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk. bushes. and several members of their families -

party by whose action this Convection has Mr. J. C. Bradford
REACHED AS YET. been called, and which is represented here RecordingClerk. The oyster-packing house at Apalachicola arrived in Belgium, last month,

The Convention for the revision of by a majority of our membership, will, to a ., s, pays ,out- $1,000. per.week to visit the Universal Exposition

certain extent, be held responsible for any The rest of the session was occu- Antwerp as.the of
the Constitution met at Tallahasseeon for material and labor. It employs guests King Leo
mistakes that may be committed, the members pied in discussing the manner of
the 9th inst., nearly all the delegates : "\ 100 hands. pold. Last January the French
of this properly'insist
may seating the different delegations. Government
being present. the new Constitution is framed in accord i., An order for: the sale of the Green handsomely entertained: ,

Judge A. E. Maxwell, of Escanl- ance with their views of governmental 1 Cove SpringMelrose: railroad. s in Paris an important. personage

bia, was elected temporary chair- policy. yf.JuneJ1th.. ,. ., been made in the chancery court, from Timbuctoo, the first native of
But all our differences will not be on (
and \V. H. late A resolution that city who has visited Europe- I
Reynolds was
man, party lines., Many of us may find that we adopted callingfor and the ,property will pass into other :

Cleric of the Assembly, was elected have to !surrender:: cherished views and a standing Committee on Tem hands. The German Government is aboutto

temporary clerk. favorite ideas upon some points. A con perance. try the experiment of taking:
The first the
After the official list of delegates elusion: can perhaps be reached only by :Mr. )Marshall, of Levy, offered a through sleeper on young negroes to Germany to train 1
mutual concessions. The history of the route from Tavares, Fla., to Montgomery them
entitled to seats had been obtained resolution for a committee of nineto there to hold minor official
past teaches such lessons as these. We Ala., was put on the Florida

from the Secretary of State, the should be content with the greatest good which shall be referred' all resolu- Railway &: Navigation system on posts in its_African possessions.A I.

Convention organized by electing for the greatest number, if we cannot get tions relating to the number and
the 8th.instant and left Jacksonvillefor PRIVATE letter from
; Madagascar -
Monticello what we believe to be the best for all. It
Hon. Samuel duties of standing committeeswhich,
ought to be borne in mind that our organi- Montgomery the next day, full of describes the country as mar-
President of the Convention by a was adopted. The committee namedis
zation has been the result of years of con- ,, passengers.On vellously rich in diamonds, gold,

unanimous vote. tinuous effort, and that the Convention is composed of Messrs': Marshall, silver lead tin
the 16th of last May Norman copper, graphite and
Mr. then elected an expensive burden to the State. If our Maxwell of ,
Reynolds was Taylor, Randall ( Duval), B. Harwood of specimens of ruby and sapphire.But .
Ormond Fla.
labors fail-if we frame an instrument that ; was
Love Walker Mann Bennett and
Secretary.Mr. does not satisfy the people, the time and thrown from his horse and died the writer complains that he
J. J. Thompson of Alachua Miller
money embarked in this work will be lost, from concussion of the brain. Recently has utterly failed in getting a con-

was elected Sergeant-at-Arnis, and and for the mind will William :Myers of Alachua was
years to come public ; the Equitable Life Assurance cession., out. of the Hova Govern-
Mr. G. ,Yo Hinsey, of Franklin, be disturbed!: by new attempts to bring about elected messenger, and Charles Hop- ment. r +

Doorkeeper. what we came here to do and failed to accomplish kins of Leon Glover j Miller of Society ,paid his widow $100,000, '
; --
We must all remember that we ... the amount of the policy on his life.
Hon. Samuel Pasco, upon takingthe i Marion ; '%T. J. Johnson, of Alachua, OFFICIAL LIST OF DELEGATES.The
here not
are representing a political party,
Mrs. Catharine Lee mother of following is the official list of dele-
chair, spoke as follows: not belt and Eugene Hawkins of Jackson ,
not a single county, a mere or section ,
gates to the Constitutional Convention.
We have assembled here in obedience to but the entire State, the wants and interests were elected pages. ; Riley Lee, died at' her residence on Those in italics are Republicans :

the will of the people of Florida, publicly of a whole people, diversified and Mr. Mann offered a motion for an ,Lake Virginia, Orange county, on Alachua-E. C. F. Sanchez B. J. '

expressed at the ballot-box, for the purposeof sometimes apparently antagonistic in differ- on the 21st ult. Mrs. Lee'was 103 Earle
additional page to be'elected; and R. F. Taylor! J. B. Johnston, W. X. Sheats.
making an entire revision of the Constitution ent sections, but capable of being wroughtinto ,
of the State. harmony and unity if we exclude selfishness nominated H. W., Fowler' of .PutV 'years of age, has a son 83 years old, Baker-W. T. Hunter, John R. Herndon.

and was supposed to be the oldest Bradford-J. C. Richard, W. T. Weeks E.
The duties which devolve upon us are of and are governed by conservativeand nam, as a recognition of the era of L. Odom. _

such vast importance that a contemplationof patriotic influences. woman in the county at the time
members of
good feeling { Brevard-Alex. Bell, H. L Parker. I
them must impress upon each one a pro- A high and solemn trust has beem imposed she died.
different in the Calhoun-James
parties Convention B. Stone.
found !sense: of responsibility. upon us; the eyes of the people are uponus ,
For a long time there has been dissatisfaction to see how we discharge it. Let us act inaugurated by the action of the Lake City now rejoices over an Clay-Lewis Wilson..
Columbia-W. M. Ives W.,R. Bush t;
with our fundamental law. This feel- diligently, intelligently, without selfishness, Republicans casting the full vote ,abundant'supply of good water. ,
M. Tolbert, John W.
ing has found expression in five successive without partisanship, with a due regard for for, all caucus:nominees A motionto When our City Council shall have Bade-Joseph Wood Davidson.Tompkins. i

Legislatures, fresh from the people. At the each other's rights; with a determination. to, ,
lay Mr. Mann's: 'motion the disposed of that blind horse and'the..rick Dnval-E. M. Randall, J. C.
on Greeley, Philip
general election of 1884, which called out secure, if possible, a' Constitution, that will I *' .* .. _
more voters than, ever, before. appeared at .meetthe_ _wants-of.'our...beloved .SLate;that .:table-wfts-lost:}by-avote-o S < 25to" -78,' : iy..'cart,.perhaps'*there-maybe Walter, IL_V.Gibbes, J. R-Challen. _' ?.,',*:''*!!:';< .

t.Hos in this State, 31,884 voted in favorof we and our children after us can live underin and Fowler was elected. a chance to get in,a word in'favor Escambia-A. E. Maxwell, J. E. Yonge 1
W. A. Blount,'E. Whitmire.
this revision while only 8,473 put themselves peace, freedom, security and prosperity.You The committee of 'a wholesome 'water-supply for
appointed to waiton Franklin-William T. Orman .
Henry C. j
on record against it. Obedient to have bestowed upon me the highest
the Governor Fernandina.A Hicks.
this expression of the popular will, and office in your sift. I accept it. I appreciateit. reported that the

pursuant to the forms and requirements of In after years I shall reflect with pleasure Governor requested them to expresshis new line of steamers is to be puton Gadsden-E. C. Love John W." :)Maloqe
George I. Davis Norman T. Scott.
our organic law, the Legislature providedfor and satisfaction upon this proof of your gratification at this act of cour- the St. Johns, between Jacksonville -
the of this Convention and will and confidence. Hamilton-7homa.'f A: Bell, J. P. B. Good-..
assembling good Be assured thatI
tesy, and that he would take pleasure and Sanford, under the man- bread. Alex. Zipperer. .. ,t.
the work of revision has been entrusted to will endeavor to discharge my duties as
this body of delegates.The your President faithfully and impartially, in co-operating with the Conven agement of Capt. Watson, late of the Hernando-A. S. Mann, John Parsons, J. j

original Constitution of Florida was and that I will exert myself in every way tion in its labors, and would address DeBary-Baya Line. The steamers A. Hendley. .

made at St. Joseph in 1833 and 1839, a few that I can to bring the labors of the Con- the Convention in writing. Belle of the Coast and Jesse K. Bell, Wall Hillsborough, S. E. Hope.-John .T. Lesley, Dr. J. P. I t

before she was admitted into the vention to favorable and
years a satisfactory con-
Union, by a Convention which included clusion. The drawing for seats, as providedfor belonging to the Red River CoastLine Holmes-Win. F. Green John Neal. t '

many eminent citizens whose names adorn by the resolution adopted yester- of which Captains Rhea and Jackson-J. F. McClellan, Thos. E. Clark: 1 '
At the
the history of our State. With some few conclusion of Mr. Pasco'sspeech day, occupied the rest of the day to Dodd are the principal owners, will W. H. Milton, J. P. Coker. ,
Mr. J. E. Yonge of Pensa- Jefferson-Samuel Pasco,W'allaceS.Jones. :
amendments it lasted till 1861, when the 2:30: o'clock, and the Convention ad- leave New Orleans in about two
Thos. L. Clark Samuel
cola offered the J.Turnbnll, Richard'C.
Convention which passed the Ordinance of following, whichwas
journed. weeks. These steamers draw less Parkhill.
Secession assembled. This Convention adopted and the Convention t i
made some few changes in the St. Joseph than four feet, and are supplied with Lafayette%'. B. Tedder. Paul Hatch. i

Constitution to adapt it to the new relation adjourned until Wednesday: LAST fall, in an accident on the electric lights, and arc elegantly fur- Liberty-Lewis D. Carson. 1 .
Mr. President: I rise at this time to suggestto Leon-D. S. Walker, Jr.S'. B. Conover, .W.B.
which the State assumed towards the Con- Indiana, Bloomington & Western nished each havea
this Convention that the people of the throughout. They Carr, J. W. Mitchell, W. F. Thompson. li 1
federate Government and in its
form it lasted till the close of the late changed war. ,I State of Florida, through the members of Railroad, William C. Whitehead was capacity of carrying 150 first-class I.evy-E. J. Lutterloh J. F. Marshall, S. Ii; :

In ISGo, under the plan of reconstruction' this body render a most proper tribute of injured so badly that he has not cabin passengers, and will run a L. Carter.

inaugurated by President Johnson, another respect and sympathy to our most worthy since been able to leave his bed, and daily line. :Marion-J. D. Gos, IT. TV. Chandler, II. E--
Chief Magistrate in this hour of his Miller.
Convention was held "to amend, alter or great his death is only a matter of a short t.
change the domestic affliction. On Sunday last the A number of items have been pub- l\Iadison--Angus; Paterson, B. D. Wads- j'
Constitution. But though the
time. In suit
work of this body was in harmony with the I hand of death though guided by an all-wise a to recover damages, lished in regard to Dr. J. K. Webster worth, W. H. Hausman, Theodore Randall. f f'f

Providence, was laid heavily upon his the jury awarded him $17,500 dam- Manatee-Dr. John C. Pelot.
President's 1
plan and met with his approval, & Son's famous strawberry patch at t
it was subsequently overthrown by the action household and bore away a daughter, lovely ages, the largest sum ever named ina this Some of the statementswere Monroe-L. W. Bethel, Jeremiah Fogarty,
and well beloved. place. R. A. \
of Congress, and the State remained Having just at verdict in the State of Indiana for Montsaltvatge. :
under military control till 1868, when the womanhood, she was the pride alike of pa- personal absurdly incorrect. We give 'Nassau-Chas. W. Lewis, Samuel Petty, JT.
rents and friends.I damages. C. Baker. '
present' Constitution was formed and underit the following figures, obtained from :

Florida resumed her relations with her know full well, Mr. President, that we Dr. Webster himself, and they may Orange-King Wylly, J. G. Speer, W. B.

sister States in the American Union. can not in this public way fitly touch a sub THE population of France' is decreasing Randolph. '
be relied correct The
The ject so tender and so full of sorrow sacred at I upon as : Polk-C. C. Wilson J. Humphries. '
is instead of
present an auspicious time for en-, increasing.The
tering home, yet I desire to move that this Con- ground cultivated to strawberries is Putnam W. IT. Cook, Irving Gillis, G. P.
upon the work of revision. The passions infants
engendered by the late war have vention, on behalf of the people of Florida, mortality among belongingto just nine-sixteenths of an acre, and Fowler.

cooled tender to Governor Perry and to his family, the poorer classes is appalling.So Santa Rosa-J. M.Landrum, R. R. Rob-
; the Union is firmly restored and there were picked this season 3,500
a most sincere sympathy in their grief, andas also is the death rate the ertson, Hannibal Rowe.
permanently established the people have among
; 100 bushels. Berries
become a further mark of respect, that this Con quarts, or were Sumter-W. A. Hocker, H. H. Duncan,
accustomed to their new political orphans or foundlings left to the
relations vention do now adjourn until to-morrow picked early in January for familyuse W. M. Bennett.
; those to whom the right of suffrage charge of the Communes who
was extended .by the reconstructionacts morning at ten o'clock. are and have been used daily ever Suwanee-J. Morgan,M.:M.Blackburn,
placed out to and out in R. '
nurse drop Rogers.
are learning to discharge the duties of since; but the first shipments were

citizenship with judgment and intelligence; WEDNESDAY, June 10th. numbers during the first years of made in February when they netted St. Johns-F. B. Genovar, John Westcott,
toe importance of educational progress wasnever On the second day the following their existence. This can hardly be B. F. Oliveros.
him about 75 cents a quart, during Taylor-Robert Henderson.
more generally realized; the great resolution was adopted wondered at when babies in'the first
cork of internal improvement is : March the same; in April the price Volnsia-John D. Broome, A. L. Well-
to extending Resolved, That a committee of nine, of years of their existence are paid for man.
every portion of the State and to 50, cents and
our wonderful which the President of dropped per quart,
the Convention shall at the rate of only six. to fifteen Wakulla-T. F Swearingen, Amos Hargret.
resources are being constantly and be to 35 and 40 cents. Re-
ex officio chairman; be appointed to con- during May Walton-A. McCaskill, Daniel Campbell
industriously developed.If francs month and of this of
sider and rules for the a sum '
report government of cently the local markets have been Obadiah Edge.WashingtonA. .
our legislation is based upon a liberal this Convention, and that until this committee from four to ten sous a day the 15 McKinnon.
Policy and shaped by prudent ,and intelligent I supplied at cents. Dr. Webster
report, the Convention shall be gov- nurse is supposed to lodge, feed and
action, the advancement of estimates that an acre properly
our State ,
*U1 erned by the rules of the House of Representatives for the the first Valuable. Orange Lands for Sale
care child. After' -
; as her material interests ;
are so far as the same are applicable, handled and on suitable ground, Tracts containing twenty acres each of

and developed and strengthened, the welfare with exception of.Rule 53. year the pay is reduced by a third, could be made to net the owner choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake
happiness of the people will be increased while from 6 to 13 of in no suitable for orange growing and truck fanning -
y her moral and social and the The Convention then voted to years age $1,000.-Altoona Index. are now offered for sale. These landsare
progress fewer than ten French departmentsthe very conveniently situated for transpor-
encouragement of complete organization and the ,.
all those elements which. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on "
make a State truly great and prosperous. following officers were elected : nurse pay is only 3 to 6 francsa THE European Governments that terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-

And let us remember that mere partisanship'has D. M. McAlpin of Suwanee As- month, or from to 2 to:6 sous per tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
no place here, and'should in are appropriating large slices of large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS
prevail diem.
our sistant Secretary.J. February 16, 1882, Fernandina Fla.
councils. The new instrument should Africa, and especially Germany,and

e Uon.broad enough to cover our entire popu- Calloway, of Jackson, Assist- Gents Furnishing GoodsIn Belgium, are inviting important Ladles and Misses Hose,

It should clearly recognize the ant Sergeant-at-Arms. all styles AT PAUL FI gE'8. native chiefs to visit Europe and see In great variety, AT PAUL FIDiKX'S.r. .




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d' '.. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JUNE 13 1885. o' ,
A _
IJA LANCING ACCOUNTS. -I are not slow! And the sertip said I I she proceeded very deftly to bind over I body into the water.' REGULATIONS' --

If we sit down nt set of sun nothing?" ; my eyes.. I could see no longer. : I remained motionless, gazing at PRESCRIBING TIlE DUTIES OF
And count the things that we have done For'the moment, no. During the I j I Then she grasped my hand, and I her in astonishment. Then she fixed SANITARY INSPECTOR THE
And<< counting, find rest of the walk he was silent, biting I!! allowed her to lead me. By the increased eyes upon me with an expression of NASSAU FOR
One self denying act, one word his mustache with a preoccupied air. coolness of the air I conjectured complete contempt, and in a tone thatI TI:
That eased the heart of him who heard
t One glance most kind ; When we reached the palace he said : that we were crossing the river. shall never forget, said : SECTION 1. The Sanitary Inspector an-
That fell like sunshine where it went, Come in.' And when we were alonein Then I heard, all about me voices of '" Oh, these Frenchmen What pointed by the Board of Health for the
. Then we may count the day well spent. his study he began : the; promenaders. It did not occur to nervousness !I' county of Nassau shall report to the Board
1 : I But if, through all the live-long day My dear friend, I made no com- ,me that they might notice us. I was She shrugged her shoulders, and of Health any and every nuisance whatever
j We've eased no heart by yea or nay; ments a little insteadof walking, wholly absorbed in my called a maid whom she commandedto discovered by''him in any part of the
'r#;' t If through it allWe've keeping that handkerchief pressed dream, thinking of the supple ,figureof open the window. Then, as if they county of Nassau, by reason of which the
!t. ;.! J That brought done no the thing sunshine that we to can a face trace; tenderly against your heart, you must the young woman, of her little were'doing the most ordinary of acts, public health is,,or may be, endangered or
.t.. $I No act, most small, throw it into the fire." hand, and her flashing eyes. In a they lifted. the body and dropped it injuriously affected.
'i'' That helped some soul, and nothing cost, "You wish me to do so?" few seconds the old woman turned to into the river, whose waters closed SECTION. 2. It: shall further bo the duty
j Then count that day as worse than lost. ".'I do not wish that you should the; right, but we were not quitting over it. Upon my word the adven' of such Inspectors once at least in every
have vour throat cut and be thrown I the banks of the Zend-Dehroud. I ture was, becoming too Oriental for a month, after the first day of May and until
into the Zend-Dheroud. I am in chargeof could; hear its turbulent waters rolling Parisian. I confess that I was seized otherwise further ordered by the Board,
", Gaston lighted a cigarette, and said: the police of this city, .and I am by and breaking for an instant againstthe with a wild terror-without waiting personally to inspect all drains, cemeteries -
;' I It is not a long story, but you will responsible for you to the French legation arches of the bridge. At last my longer I ran away like a madman. premises, yards, lots, sinks, vaults,
x find it tragic. By jove 1 it makes me .' guide paused, a key grated, and in a Where I went I have no idea. In wells, or water supplies, throughoutall
i"'. ,, shiver to think of it. You remember But'- whisper she said : ten minutes I found myself again in incorporated cities or towns in" said
that the Department of Fine Arts Not a word. You are astonish- 'Go up.' in the city, and I ran through the county whatever, and to make careful ,note of all

;;:l. J sent me to Persia two years ago. I ing people, you Parisians! You think "Five steps only and then.I_ felt streets J,S_itp !"sued by a legion of causes endanger or disturb tending the in any manner to write up the province of IrakAdjemi. vourselves always upon the Boulevarddes that my feet were pressing 'a soft, devils. When I had reached ,my: 'reporrtnesame'fn! public health,and
f1 I began by taking my quar- Capucines. We are in the Orient, thick; carpet:. At the same moment apartments I fastened myself in witha Health. writing to the Board of
ters at Ispahan. At the end of three my friend ; and in the Orient hus- she removed the bandage. I found double lock, cursing Nissa and all SECTION In all
tfi p. months I had finished my task, but if bands are not to be ..trifled,,with, -At. -myself Jn#a small, room, dimly lighted the houris of the Orient. lots are found cases where premisesor
1. I had returned home at once the de- Paris it' may be different. Your unknown by a copper lamp. Ordinarily; in "What a night! I did not sleep bad sanitary condition upon,inspection the : to be in
partment would never have believed is not unknown to me. Her Persia, the walls are bare, but here it till morning, and my sleep was like at once notify the Inspector shall
i that I was a man of my depth. I was name is Nissa.' was very different. Incense was burn- lead. When I awoke the sun was and if vacant person, the or persons resit1inrthereon
just about bored to death, when luckily "Nissa?" ing in a richly chased perfuming-pan, high and streaming into my chamber.I in charge thereof, and require owner such or person
there was a change of governors.The If the name is charming, the hus- resting upon a table of red and green was completely unstrung. What the part of'such person or actionon
Shah sent, in place of the former band is riot at all so. He is a very mosaic, and filling the room with those would happen? A 'man could not his judgment may be persons as in
necessaryand in
t governor, his cousin, :Malcolm-Khan." wealthy merchant in the suburbs, famous Oriental odors which intoxicate one disappear without the law's taking case of refusal or neglect on the part of
/ The one who traveled France?" for his violence and his jealousy.His like the fragrance of old wine. Against I cognizance of the affair. Nissa had person or persons so notified to abate or any
r; "Yes. And no doubt you remem- mother was of English descent, the walls, hung with yellow cashmere, not even made an attempt at conceal- any nuisance designated, or to put the remove -
; ; ber meeting one of the heroes of my but his own manners are wholly Ori- were musical instruments, the nefir, ment. The servant had seen and premises or lots in approved sanitary con-
i story, Mehmed-Aga; he was the ental. He would kill you like a dog.' which is like our haut.-boy, kettle- aided her. I should be implicated, dition, the Inspector may either make complaint
1 Prince's officer of ordnance. He has And what is the name of this drums, two kematches, a kind of viol, and at the very idea of being associ- before the proper authority for viola-
the rank of, general l, or rather, that of Blue Beard of Ispahan?' and here aud there arms in the midstof ated in such a*crime I felt my hair tion of the Regulations of the Board of
J sertip), to use the Persian term. "Astoulla. I do not wish you to pendant chains and necklaces; and standing on end with horror. ShouldI Health, or report the same to the Board for
; "I remember him-a young man make his acquaintance. But you know below, the dull and regular murmur- confide everything to the French action.
of about thirty, a gentlemanly fellow, where he lives. It is he who occupiesthat ing of the river. By lifting a little minister? Unfortunately he had just SECTION The Inspector shall also inspect -
something of a swell, who dined with house on the river bank, just at the drapery. the window I saw that left, and the first secretary was too all butchers'stalls, and, as far as pos
' us several times." the end of the bridge.' the water touched the very walls of young for me to think of having recourse sible all fresh meats, vegetables, fruits,
L, "You can appreciate my joy in And Nissa, said of her? the house. Almost immediately I to him. In any event my future melons, and fish exposed for sale, and
'c meeting him again away off there 0, my Frenchman We do not heard a light rustling upon the carpet., .was ruined. It was a fine com- all places where articles of food
Besides, there is a peculiar talk about women here, or, rather, I turned. It was Nissa. I was trans- mission, that from the Department of of any kind are offered for sale in any
I i about these half-Parisianized Orien- those to whom we do talk about-. fixed with astonishment. She could Fine Arts such city or town, and if upon inspectionhe
; I tals. Their native wildness is, so to Ah, well! they are sewn up in sacks not have been more than seventeen or "All that day I remained in the shall find any article of food or diet so
r a speak, refined and softened by contact and thrown into the, river.' eighteen. Her thick, dark hair fall- same condition, keenly anxious, and offered unsound, stale or unwholesome,he
t; 1 with our ways of life. In a week the 'How frightful ing upon perfectly formed neck and not daring to go out. The eveningcame shall forthwith stop the sale of the same,
sertip and I were inseparable. '" Oh, we are civilized now,' repliedthe shoulders, reminded me of 'the Sa- and still I had formed no resolu- and order the same destroyed or removed
,1 And the story ?" sertip, coldly. Formerly a live lome' by Regnault. Her face, slightly tion, and no news yet of Nissa. Had beyond the corporate limits of such city,at
"You are in too much of a hurry. I cat would have been added to the con- amber in color, had all the changing she been arrested? What had becomeof the expense of the owner or vender thereof;
have: not finished the introduction. tents of the sack. When maddenedby lights of mother of pearl. But:I was her? I retired early, but could not and if any person or persons shall persist in
c, f| One morning I was dreamily riding the water the cat would tear the especially struck by the stronge con- sleep. On the second day I could en- the sale of any article of food condemned
j *5 through the city, giving myself up for woman's face. This is no longer done. trast between the exceeding whitenessof dure it no longer, and decided to see by the Inspector, or shall refuse to remove
the hundredth time that I was in At least it is not customary. The in- her teeth and the blackness of her my friend, the sertip. Anything was the same when ordered by him so to do,it
t fairyland. Imagine immense avenues, fluence of Europe !I' eyes. The .eyelashes, the tips of the preferable to'he torturing uncertaintyin shall be the duty of the Inspector to make
bordered on the right and on the left "This little conversation somewhat lids and Her lips were painted. She which I ,was living. I was sure I complaint against such person or persons
'Gk' for violation of the of_this Board,
r with arcades, and shaded by gigantic dampened my ardor. :Moreover, Me- smiled as she gazed at me. with her that Mehemed-Aga would not go out and they shall be dealt regulations with according the
n 11 plane trees, at whose feet are streams hemed-Aga had the good taste to drop still and .burning eyes. I thought of before breakfast. I arrived at his
law in such case: Provided, that in cases:
of running water. Farther on"- the matter there. I dined with him, the sertip's words; and said to myself palace about noon. They told me doubt the Inspector shall stop the sale of '
A description You are not working and in the evening h* called in musi- that that woman could not easily be that he was in his study as usual. I any article suspected,and at once call in the
for the old fellow. cians who for eastern melo However she took announced and then entered.
,t department, played us frightened. my was President of the Board of Health-or any
J You promised me a tragedy. Go on dies. But I was preoccupied. Con- hand and made me sit upon the divan. The sertip was reclining upon a divan member of said Board,in the absence of the
with the story, and, as you love me, no stantly before my eyes that graceful My husband has started for Teheran peacefully smoking his chibouk. President-whose duty it shall be at once to
descriptions!I" figure was bending out of the litter. ,"shesaid, 'and we have the time 'Ah! is it you,' he said, when he accompany the Inspector: and together with
,t Gaston gave a sigh of resignation, and a little hand was dropping a hand- for pleasure. saw me. 'Are you well?' him inspect the same,and the decision: with
and said: kerchief. A persistent voice was ringing She spoke English with a marked Thank you, very well.' regard thereto shall be final.
J I was nearing the Kiosk of Tche- in my ear, like the refrain of a guttural accent. Then she struck a 'By the way,' he said, 'have you SEC. 5. No excavations of earth for any
chel-Sutoun when I saw at the street ballad, 'Nissa! Nissa !I' Naturally I little gong with a copper rod, and cof- heard the news?' purpose shall be allowed within the corpo-
corner a woman in a litter. As a general suffered all that night from nightmare.I fee was brought in. She began to 'The new-the news? No, I-I rate limits of any city in said county after
''r': thing Persian women on the dreamed 'that some one had givenme talk rapidly, telling me that her life have heard nothing.: the first day of May: and before the tenth
street are like nothing so much as an immense cat, named Astoulla, was very dreary, and that she had You remember Astoulla, the rich day of November and no lots or lands
bundles. They are veiled, of course, which was trying to tear my face! I been interested in me at first sight. merchant, in the suburbs.: therein shall be ploughed or dug up for purposes -
:!(' or rather, they wear upon their heads waked_ at eleven the next morning, At the same time the expression of her 'Do I remem'- of cultivation drainage, or any other
' a kind of striped curtain which covers completely disenchanted."In eyes was ,becoming more and more Why, yes='Nissa's husband, purpose, during such time except such lots
'iM 1 i the face. Oddly enough the woman the evening I was promenadingupon tender and her hand was softly pressing whom I told you about.' or lands as may have been previously under
whom I met did not entirely conceal l the terrace in the rear of my mine. She leaned nearer, and sud- I felt myself blushing to the roots continuous cultivation ; and the Inspector
her figure, which was slender and house, when a horrible-looking old denly embraced me, fixing her lips of my hair. It was all over, the crime shall make complaint against all persons
? graceful, and I could see her large woman suddenly entered from the upon mine. I was beginning to lose was known, and I did not dare to violating this regulation.SEC. .
.w, eyes gleaming like coals of fire. My lower door. She wished to speak to my head, when I heard a noise in the think of the end of the adventure. I G. The sale of any and all nostrumsor
i horse was walking and I made him me. Before the servant had time to adjoining room. In an instant she muttered an almost inaudible 'Yes.' quack medicines by street petllers or itinerant -
I follow very slowly the bearers of the ask me if I were willing to see her she sprang from my arms, and stood erect 'The poor devil,' continued the venders, is at all times prohibited,as
'i litter. It seemed to me that the unknown was at my side. And when she had and trembling. Her welcome, her sertip, 'my dear friend, he has sud- detrimental to the public health; and the
' looked back once or twice ; but, I made sure that we were alone : caresses and her sudden fear had fol- denly disappeared.' Inspector shall at once stop any such personor
':t) after all, as adventures of this kind in 'Are you brave'she said in a bro- lowed each other with a rapidity thatI "My: throat was choking, but I persons selling or attempting to sell any
: the East are somewhat unsatisfactory, ken English which I could hardly un had no time to analyze my feelings. managed say : medicine on the 'streets or elsewhere wIth-the
, I paid only slight attention to the derstand."I With the same unfailing grace and "''\ he has-he has disap- out a permit signed by the President of
, matter. I had almost forgotten the smiled with that selfconceita animation she ran to the wall, and peared? Jove! It is very-very Board of Health.
' occurrence when, two days after, I man always feels when asked such a without hesitation took. down a little strange.' SEC. 7. The Inspector shall be requiredto
, Again met the litter. This time I was question. She continued : dagger and half concealed it in her Yes, very strange.' report to the Board at every regular meet,
'I inspection'
not alone. Mehmed-Aga was walking 'I came to propose to you a walk.It sleeve. She turned to me, and withan "And here the sertip looked at me ing, showing the progress of his !or thin;
J 1 with me. At the first glance ]I is night. No one can see us. You emphatic gesture said'Wait!' Then intently. I could bear it no longer. and embrace therein every be subject brought to the
"f:1 I recognized the veiled lady, and especially are to follow me.Vhen half way I she vanished behind the heavy hang- I was about to confess everything, attention necessary of and the proper Board to which reports shall
, remembered those extraordinary shall blindfold but when he said
you, you must ings. : be filed by the Secretary among the recorus
:,. eyes which were still flashing swear to me not to attempt to find out "A vague fear stole over me. I re- He was just setting out for Tehe- of said Board. the
jj fire. As' before, she looked back, but where I am leading you.' called the'sertip's warnings. 'Possibly ran'; and suddenly vanished. Noth- Approved by the Board of Health for 13th,
: |I this time the action was more pro- "I promised. I had been a little imprudent! Suddenly ing has been heard of him.' County isss. of Nassau, and adoptedMay
: nounced. I glanced at the sertip, but "She grinned in a way that made I again heard a noise::! in the "For the second time the sertip J. D. PALMER, PresidentH.
I he pretended to have noticed nothing. her still more hideous. I had agreedto next room ; there were sounds of looked into my face. There was a J. BAKER, Secretary. ___
"We walked along in this way for her 'proposition just as I have told voices, then a short struggle; at last short silence. Then, puffing out a
" about ten minutes, when the lit you, at once, impelled by an irresist- silence. At once the drapery was long thread smoke, he added calm-. W. ,K. IIAUKNIGHT,
ter suddenly turned toward the ible impulse. The, day,.you see, had pushed aside and Nissa reappeared, ly : AGENT,
Djoulffa bridge. This bridge is one passed over my fears, the effects o:f She was 'very pale, as pale as the God is great !Revue des Deux WHOLESALE AND RETAILBUTCHER
of the most beautiful sights in he the nightmare were little by little fading pearls upon her neck. Mondes. DEALER,
world. It has thirty-three enormous away, and I heard that persistent She half leaned against the wall, AND STOCK
arches, and spans that, capacious: voice still singing in my ear, 'Nissa looking like a white statue against the Extract, From a ,Private Letter. A1'iDDcaler Ice
stream, the Zend-Dehroud. In sum- Nissa!' The old woman evidently background of yellow drapery. She Regarding Dr. David Kennedy's 'Favorite in
mer the river bed is dry, but in No- I: came from her., I hurried up to my was still smiling, and in her smile revealing Principal Remedy the of writer the Academy, Prof. A., B.Brookhaven Chandler,, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
vember, which is the time of my story, room and got a small revolver. Five teeth as sharp as those of a Miss., says: "I suffered from torpidity of BROOM STREET WHARF,
the waters are as swift and turbulent as minutes later we were on our'way. It young wolf She took a few steps the liver and bowels and paralysis. I used t-tf }'ERSAXDIS.fW..
an torrent. The mad absurd I confess it Her knife and hands the' Favorite Remedy for two months, and --
Alpine Djoulffi was ; freely into the room. 'am now' able to use my side which for two
bridge is somewhat of a popular resort But.there are follies about which one were red. months and am now able to use my side, Notice for Final DiSCLarre';
for evening promenades, and so I hesi- does not stop to reason. Nissa, that "'Great God! What has happened ?' which for a longtime had been like a pieceof MONTHS AFTER THE FI&1'
tated about unknowns unknown dead flesh. My general health was never of this notice I will pate:
following my woman, possessed, over me I exclaimed.. better than at publication of t:
< openly for fear of compromising her, some mysterious power. I had not Nothing,' she replied. present. to for the Nassau Hon.county H.J. Baker, my,final Judge account aDd
But there was no hesitation on her even seen her. Her fiery glance was "She tossed the dagger. into a cor- Gents Furnishing GoodsIn vouchers as executor of tees.te for of a
part. Suddenly she leaned half way burning my heart. When we had[ ner, and with perfect calmness said : WILLIAM )!AR.;ON, deceased, and ask
t out of the litter and dropped her come to the Djoulffa Bridge the old I '"It was my husband. He would all styles AT PAUL FUNKE'S. final discharge.JOHN A. ELLE1t ,'.tor.Grp
handkerchief upon the pavement." woman stopped and took from her have killed us. I preferred to antici- Ladies and Misses Hose, LAt .
"Well Well 1 those Persian women pocket a thick handkerchief, which pate him. Come, help me throw his In great variety. AT PAUL FUNKE'S. Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1835.

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: THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JUNE 13., 1885. !

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RULES AXD REGULATIONS SEC. 16 The Inspector shall further report IT LYDS '
to the'oard without delay any and $500,000 A YEAR.STATEMENT Advertisements. I AT 'TIIE: :READ 4 !

IN RELATION TO every violation or infraction of any of the ; :' .. _d.: .
rules or regulations of said Board relatingto WILL FIT. .-. '

QUARANTINE.Adopted quarantine ; and in all cases where im- T H EY ARE STYLISH. : .Tho) '; '*'*'*'' .
iBht-KnnnlnR "-* :;
mediate or prompt action is required shall OF :THE AMERICAN, WILL PLEASE YOB. :. .'
report to the President of the Board, whose THE ,. '
by the. Board of Health for Nassau duty it shall be in every such, case reportedto NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES MEN'S FINE : ; :
institute proceedings for the'enforcementpf AND CANADA: EXPRESS COMPANIES SHOES -

County, Fla., May 18, 18 5. the law in such case provided. TROY)N. Y. "DOMESTIC "

Snc. 17. The Inspector shall personallyvisit HAND-MADE .:.............................................n.,.L ......... ..:...:..1
at the quarantine grounds all vessels The strength of Rome lay not in her mul-

arriving at the harbor as' soon as possible titude nor in her grain-hden'fleets. These .? 0'
1. During the quarantine season, GOODYEAR WELTS
it shall be the duty of the pilots to conductto after such arrival, and there inspect the were elements of stren h'but her never- This cut shows the new style of wood work
grounds all vessels arrivinf same, and if found in good sanitary con- failing resource lay in the self-control and MACHINE
the quarantine dition, and not otherwise restricted to discipline of Roman j-oldiers. Disciplineit that the company; is now introducing.Artistically .
in the harbor of Fernandina, except the SEWED.
; of coastwise steamers, and bring to quarantine by the rules of this Board, he is the very soul wail the wonderful mean-
anchor}lilies at such quarantine grounds all !buchvoxels shall give a certificate of inspection and ing possessed by the word '"veteran." Mr. T

there to remain for such time as the health, which certificate shall fully identifythe Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in the express .: BOS ON I

Physician shall designate, and the said vessel and certify to her good sanitary business. "Thirty-three years," he

port shall immediately notify. the Port condition. The, certificate so given shall said to your reporter, rye stood at this

pilots Physician, by fining the national ensign at be demanded and taken up by the HarborMaster desk." It is the discipline of years of expe-
foremast-head of the arrival of saidvessels of the Port from the master of any rience which gives him the position he holds
the and the said pilots shall hand the vessel receiving the same and entering the in the trust and esteem of these three great HIDE BT I
; harbor and the Harbor Master deliveredto HATHAWAY SOULE & HARRINGTON.
by corporations. "We have a business of
charge of : vesaM'l -
master or person having the President of the Board of Health ; $500,000 a year, and I've been absent from ALWAYS RELIABLE.These '
of these rules and regulations. .
SEC.a copy 2. All vessels quarantined under thepro'bions and no vessel shall he assigned to any berth this office hardly month in. all that time, and Sold goods Every are made where In by all first-class the Leadine dealers.Style We I [ pL : .

of these rules shall remain at said or allowed to approach any wharf or dockin although I must confess that many times' use first-class stock and employ none but skilled _
without communication with the harbor of Fernandina, or receive or I've worked here when sutrcrin .greit pain workmen.As we have had more and longer expert- sJll +
quarantine discharge cargo without first obtainingsuch for I've been troubled all life with biliousness enceln Goodyear Welts than any other manufao- '
the shore, or with any person or persons any my tnrers ol MEN'S FINE SHOES,It is acknowledged by-
with other boats or vessels certificate. Provided>> that this regulation I and dyspepsia. My system had be- all that we take the lead. Ask your dealer for the li&1-
or '
whatever, any
with reft-renqe to certificate inspectinn'shall'not reduced and weak HATHAWAY SOULE & HARRINGTON SHOE it
: come so that I had
permission of the Port Physician! ; and appetite, and my digestion wholly disordered. IIv
0boats. vessels plying between Brunswick, Savannah, I've tried various remedies, but almost
uo person visit or hold persons,communication or with, Charleston, New York and Fernandina, un two years ago I happened to hit upon Dr. GTDnEtlS, :ISTO: ::I?A.y_ ;
shall or any
less specially ordered bv the Board. Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. After !
vessel" unless by :specialauthority DICKEY'SP
lilY quarantined from the Port Physician; and if SEC. 18. It shall be the duty of the using only one bottle or' so began to feel
Quarantine Inspector to order :all vessels stronger in The great difficulty
quarantined vessel shall hold communication every way. PAINLESS WAJMT3ELIEVES
any with any other quarantined vessel: into quarantine found upon inspection has been with my digestion,'but this seems ,, I
to be in a foul and unsanitary con- to regulate it perfectly. I have, sir. :great
then such vessel shall be quarantined for AT ONCE. Cures inflamed and
fifteen days additional, in addition to all dition to be thoroughly cleansed and Dr. Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. I JLli weak Eyes in a few hours. Gives MO 1'ALX. -.. --- --
fines imposed by these disinfected. And all vessels!: arriving have bought and given a great deal of ;It to Price,95 cents a bottle. Ask for it.
other or from ports south of 23 north latitude, and the poor around here ; those, you know, DICKEY & ANDERSON,Prop'rs, Bristol, Tenn. Beautiful.

regulations.SEC. 3. On and after the opening each any vessel which may at any time within who have no money to buy medicine of any Without Peer.
of the National Quarantine Station: sixty days next, before her arrival have entered kind, for there are a great many troubled \ ;
year at. cleared from or taken on ballast or with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid.
Sound all vessels from
which at the time of arrival
ports having sickness on board shall be directed cargo,or may I always keep FAVORITE REMEDYin
have on board any ballast or cargo taken on the house. I consider it the best medi-
the to said National -
Quarantine by pilot proceed at any port or, ports south of 25 north lati- cine for the blood in the market. Well, I pOMMISSIOX MERCHAXT, IT HAS NO RIVAL !

tude: and vessel hailing from, having attend the matter for the
any must to western
vessel at this -
4. arriving port, The of
Sec. Any -AND- new lines attachment that arc-
the certificate of the National Quar- touched at, entered, or taken on ballast or part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I
bearing now being placed with each Domestic
antine Ollicer. must be brought to anchor at cargo, at any infected or suspected port am coming down to Rondout to see him in Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber, are specialties Xo other machine has them
station and there remain within sixty days before arrival ; and any August. I want to know him." I left the
the quarantine These attachments and the new wood-work
until released by the order of the Board of vessel having sickness on board of deathon any veteran, still at his post, rejoicing in health BY THE CARGO, make the Jonustic"more.. than ever,without -
Health. kind, or having had any sickness or nd grateful tp Dr. Kennedy.
board:within sixty days before arriving; question, .
SEC. 5. All such vessels as are describedin and vessel shall be released from For Domestic or Export Trade /
no quarantine A 1 '
Section 3, arriving during the closure of i or allowed to proceed to her destina- JAMES: JIcGIFFIN, The Acknowledged Standard of
National Station shall -
said anchor
tion until after full report is made by the ','
and remain at the Port Quarantine CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Excellence.FOR .
Inspector and Port Physician to the Boardof
Station under the personal supervision or
Health, and then only on the authorized
direction of the Quarantine Officer. permit of the Board, signed by the Secretary Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
SEC G. All vessels arriving at this port thereof SEWING MACHINES, SALE BY-
with sickness board had the
on or having
SEC. 19. The Inspector shall interrogatethe FERNANDINA, FLA.
same during voyage will at all seasons of ALL LATE DPROVEDIAKES,
master of and vessel arriving,
any every !
the from what either ,
American year, no foreign matter, anchor at the port, under oath touching all matters upon which Orders and estimates from a distance care-' For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices i
quaran- it is the of the and Port
tine station, and there remain until releasedby duty Inspector ully attended to. 25-tf FERXAXDIXA, FLORIDA. t tI
Physician to be informed, and if the masterof -AL'5oATTA"HUENT --
order of the Board of Health. I
SI 7. Vessels from south of 2.30 I any vessel shall refuse to answer any of and "- J
C. ports description
every t
to him by the Inspector EI. .A. LJ"STJ:
north latitude will, during the entire year, question or Port questions put shall for any Sewing Machine, Agents wanted in unoccupied territory. 4 I
or Physician or answer
he required to discharge any and all ballastat for sale. Address,
evasively if the
the station. or untruthfully or MANUFACTURER OF
quarantine have to concealment, DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE !
SEC. 8. On and after May 1st and until reason suspect j233- Old Machines repaired at moderate CO.V

November 1st of each year, and longer if ,' and he may it shall extend be his his examination duty in such to the cases crew to; Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND prices. RICHMOND: Y A. f fc

the Board of Health so determine,all coast- HENRY HOBEIN,,
order the vessel into quarantine, there to
wise vessels must anchor at the quarantine Corner Third and Ash Streets '
Mott's Sweet Cider lOco
abide the order of the Boar DEALER IN at a quart, at :
station. Vessels from non-infected non- 8 Fernandina, Fla. '
SEC. 20. vessel shall be
Every required, JACOB KLAREU'S.

suspected than satisfy: necessary himself ports for will of the not their quarantine be perfect detained officer sanitary longer to without the the ballast exception grounds, to on, discharge Tiger Island all ballastat during PARLOR R, OF FFI ZC B i1 OOK K T VS' .i

condition. Vessels from ports south of, 25 enson of quarantine. ,. J i 'ti.:. _. _, .. .> ,
SEC. 21. The Board of Health for said
will .
to with
north latitude have comply .
Section 7, be fumigated at least twice, and county shall, and will, in every case sustain : .:- -.-. :'. :
detained at least fifteen days. the Inspector and Quarantine Physician to ; ". <' ,
the utmost, in all lawful acts and endeavorson :
SEC. 9. The coastwise steamers shall be
allowed to come to their wharves and be his part to enforce the quarantine regula- GROCERIES {
tions of this port, and the Inspector and
there inspected by the Port Physician, un- t
Physician of the Port is authorized to send
less otherwise ordered by him, but no per- !
son or freight or baggage shall be landed, into quarantine any vessel upon refusal to !

nor persons allowed to go on board, until pay the fees prescribed by the port regula-
permission be given by the Port Physician tions on demand for any purpose whatever,

and if it be found by the Port Physicianthat ; there to remain until paid, and the masteror a WH ITNER & SCHUYLER I

said steamers have any sickness or con- person in command of any vessel, or any Ii

tagious shall be immediately ordered to the quaran- authority, or obey the order, of the Inspector tI
tine ground.SEC. or Physician acting within his authorityor i

10. From May 1st to November 1st any person obstructing the performanceof t

of each year, no vessel from an infected or his duties, shall be dealt with according I
: '
suspected latitude will be allowed to either to law. Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store, > ; :' ',; j
SEC. 22. The Inspector and Physicianshall jI
lighter or bring cargo of fruit up to the city.
SEC.; 11. Pilots must in etch case, before keep astrict account ofall fees collected, Of the Latest and :Most Approved Patterns. I
hoarding make inquiry as to the sanitary and authorized to be collected pursuant to !

condition of vessels in no case must they the regulations of the Board, and shall
board if the vessel has; sickness on board, or render to the Board a monthly statement COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, JSfo. 47 CE:1'J"TIE: : =I.E: STB..EET !

has had the same ; which reports, certificates, permits -
same during voyage; in such cases ,I
they must either direct to SapeloQuaran- and !statements shall all be filed among LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, i II I

tineStation, lead the vessel in, or have their the records of the Board by the Secretary I f
small: boat hoisted alongside clear of the thereof. WROUGIIT-IRON PIPES.
water, and in this way pilot the vessel in. Approved and adopted by the Board of A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: t tJ

Sir. 12. The Physician shall receive,from Health for Nassau County, :May 18, 1885. J

every vessel visited by him under the pro- J. D. PALMER, President.. DRIVEN WELLS .SPECIALTY
visions of this ordinance, a fee of five dol- II. J. BAKER, Secretary.An E

lars for foreign and three dollars for coastwise i Ei
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vessels, and for each certificate of Open Frank: Letter.-It is by AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
health issued by him under the provisionsof no means strange that Dr. David Kennedy TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. FINE E GOCERIE TEA AND COFFEE i{

these regulations he shall receive a fee of should have received the following letter. Wind Mills for pumping water or running
two dollars, and for each and ,
vessel ,
every By reading it you will see in one minute light machinery promptly erected on order.
fumigated he shall receive a fee of twenty why its writer could recommend it.-ED.] Church. Factory and School Bells for sale

dollars for the first fumigation and for each Mr. J. W. Horner, traveling agent for Am- at a bargain. ITJj.Jr" ..

and every subsequent fumigation a fee often bach, Burgander & Co., Baltimore, :Md., Stoves: at Wholesale Prices. I,
dollars, and any vessel having on board says : My head felt bad and I was suffer- All goods delivered at the various trans-

any sickness of an infectious or malignant ing from indigestion. A trial of Favorite portation stations within the city free of Pure Spices Canned Goods t

character, shall nay. the Port Physician in Remedy' made me feel like a new man. I charge. All sales for cash. / ,
addition to the above fees, the sum of t
eight cheerfully recommend it to all
dollars needing a CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. .
per day for attendance and "
a medicine of the kind. .
reasonable charge for medicines. In no Fernandina, Fla., July121884. f

case shall the Port Physician be entitled to /
any other fees than those provided in these Post-Office Notice. /

regulations.SEC. NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD. Office Hours-From 8:00 A'r M. to 6:00 p. M. Imported klBS and Alices Dried Fruits Nuts !

13. Each and every person, or each Sunday hours, 10:30: A. M. to 1l:30'A. M. ,
and every vessel or other craft, who or NINES BOILER; Money Orders and Registered Letters from

Which shall be found guilty of any violation -' Ii-NEW 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from> 2:00 p. :M

of these regulations, or their provisions, AND SECOND HAND.- to 3:30 p. m.ARRIVAL -I

shall, upon conviction, be fined not more '
$1,000 or be imprisoned for not more )
than two years, or both, at the discretion of OombUed Orange Bar wad Sbbcle Machine Transit & Peninsular Railroad CRACKERS AND CANDIES
the court. Eagle Gins, Saw Mill, Planers, Besawt, AcAk Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 p. M. I

SEC 14. In case of the absence or sicknessof for Catalogue -and Prtceg before bnvlne. Brings mails from the North,the < >

the Port Physician, he shall have authority RANDLE & DUGANMACH'YCO; Gulf coast, Transit> and Peninsular ', I,.
to appoint which railroads. '? {
deputy, deputy shall : /
oe a practicing physician. 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a( Closes daily except Sunday.........10:00 A.M.' .
SEC 15. The Inspector and Physician of (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) Takes mails for the North, the Toilet Soap and Perfumery, :, i i

and Port shall report at each regular meet- Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular \

Ing of the Board, all vessels arriving at the roads.Leesburg .'.''.' -
!larbor of Pernandina, destined for any port train arrives daily.......... 8:40 A. :M.. Best Brands Family Flour, f

In he county of Nassau, and report the C. C. STRATTON & CO., Brings Western mail only. t F

sanitary condition of every such vessel. Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad- Choice Butter and Cheese t ts

The port or ports from which everv such OF MACON, GEORGIA, Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A. M. ,
vessel cleared, or at which she may have Brings the Jacksonville and St. .

touched within sixty days next before her John's river mails. ..:. '

arrival the character of lading of HAVE MADE THE MODE BRO'S, ... :, ., < -*: .- ..,. Hams, Bacon, Lard, etci .
vessel l whether every Fla., the author' Closes daily except Sunday....... 10:30 A. M. 'f 1i; ._ : ?? '

and. if m ballast arriving the kind in'of cargo ballast or ,ballast where, ized Agents to contract for the sale of their Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's : : ..:\- 0;&r {;''t;'":t,*.: .:<,::> .
River and mails.
taken Northern ,:,' '.
on and where discharged ; and further, : > ::
the mode or method adopted by him in the BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties Sunday JlailJacksonville '
and St. John's River
raatter.of cleansing or disinfecting ,
sel requiring purification )from ves- arrives....................................10:25 A. M. CIGARS TOBACCO- ::.
an infected or suspected port, or, and arriving the char- wishing to purchase will get all information Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. :M. ; : AND f. _." .. ."
as regards prices from them.
acter and Jacksonville St. John's Riverand /j ; .
quantity of material used or .
of different
for such and shall all Samples qualities and stylescan the North, closes....................... 6:00 A. }[. "-' '.,.
purpose, report be seen at the office of '
sickness of any kind found on vessel Jacksonville and. St. John's River i .:;: .:.r -
arriving} the character of the disease any the MODE BRO'S, only, closes............................;. 4:00P.M. : :, :: -

number sick, etc. 26 Fernandina. SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M. ;, *:Free- delivery.- '- Fresh Supplies Weekly.. :' mar2S. ):'

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: ;:... THE FLORIDA .MIRROR : ,JUNE 13 :1885. '


; THE FLORIDA MIRROR houses without drayage or expense, FLORIDA IMMIGRATION. yet if we take into account crooked'' AX ORDINANCE _- I
arid that on 'the other side of the "For years there has been a steady increase whisky-that is, whisky which paidno Granting the Right of Way through
I GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. settlers J iii the Streets to the Florida Certain
in the number of new Improvement
warehouse railway cars'could enterto tax-whisky in bond, and dimi- Steam Company
'I'I fur a Railroad,
::: State from the.North. It is not only possi-
; '
+.r"; Subscription, 82 per year; six months >81 be: loaded for interior points. Is ble, but it is extremely probable, that the nution in the use of whisky for certain WHE RE AS THE FLORIDA Rr

}; 1._:.; :,' Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor it' not evident that, with the low 'number of Northern. immigrants to Florida medical purposes, a great increase organized under the Company laws a corporation-

H1 t'11.,"'i! .. rates of freight'by sea, the reduced next year will be greater than it was last of whisky drinking is .indi- power to construct! railroads of this and State make With

fr BATES, OF ADVERTISING- + ;, f. expenses of hauling, the inexpensive year, and that beforemany years there will cated. The common figuring: .is that other important improvements on Amir!
; t : Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for be entire, communities in different parts of Island, having petitioned for privilege S
!.l'. ;.: : each subsequent insertion. transfer to the railway, the .wholesale the State, composed entirely of Northern in 1884 55,000,000 people in the Uni- the construct limits railroads of the on certain streets within
k' Special local notices, 15 cents line. dealer could 'to the, of the city of Fernandina, and
j a : advantage people."-Savannah News. ted States consumed less spirits than being evident that the it
i I p.'' :.j. Special Reading rate notices for time, 25 cents advertisements a line. upon application State and'the consumer in the inte- The News is in error in its supposition 31,000,000 in 1860. operating benefit the of city this railroad will materially and

b, .,J,., at the office.Communications. rior,place prices at the lowest: rates that immigration into IT is HEREBY ORDAINED by the City Conn.
:! ; upon all matters of local inter- -such rates as would command the this State is principally from Northern The New York South puts the total of cil of the for City of Fernandina that the right
way a single track,
! \;'t:- solicited from all parts of the county and from business to the mutual advantage of i I States. It is true, very many yield of the Harris Orange Lake steam railroad is hereby granted standard to gauge tb,
: :;: long the lines of Florida railways. Florida
i i' All communications intended for publication all? The vessels bringing their car- valuable'settlers are coming into the grove at 32,000, boxes. The total certain streets Improvement and points Company, and under through Conditions

J?.. should be addressed to the Editor; all business goes of merchandise could take back State from the North, but not nearlyso boxes of fruit shipped was 35.000, hereinafter named. -
j,."': letters simply to THE FLORIDA :MIRROR. ((1st.) Right of way is granted from
I :. our products at cheaper rates, being many as from the Northwest, but of this there were 1,000 boxes of 'intersection of Centre and First streets the

:: SATURDAY JUNE 13, 1885. freighted, both ways. '"AVhy' should while by far the larger number come sour oranges and 1,500 boxes (bar- Calhoun(with privilege street)of southward extending northward to
I: it not be so? Why should we not from the Southern and SouthwesternStates. rels) of grape-fruit. The number of street to Beech street, thence eastward First to

; : ADVANTAGES OF FERNANDINAFOR river front covered with drops 'splits culls and those eaten 'the eastern limits of the city, thereby enabling
. WHOLESALE TRADE. see our The census of 1880 shows said named company to continue-

f'j" The natural advantages of Fer- large, warehouses, and our railway the nativity of ,the whitepeople: ,, of and ..given" -tl"away, amountedjto not from said point in the construction: of a rail.
;:; road to,Amelia beach.
less than15<)OOO boxes.: "So
; it is
trains loaded their full -
I :" : nandina for commercial trade are to capacityboth Florida to be ((2dr: The road on either of the streets

ways ? Why should not active Native born Floridians................... 84,678, to estimate the yield of'the grove at shall be constructed through"ihe centre of
t It is the only sea the same. No excavations
I very great. port Southern States............ 41,124 50,000 boxes or embankments
encourgement be given to enter Born in the : or 10,000,000 oranges, to be made which will in any manner
'' obstruct f
i on the eastern coast of Florida which Born'in-Northern' States. "................. 8.680 200 to the box or interfere with the safe -
merchants to in counting ; or enoughto passage or
j possesses a sufficient depth of water engage There is reason to persons and vehicles at all tunes, either, at
: wholesale business here. The ng suppose supply one-fifth of the populationof the junction of streets or along the line of
1 f" to enable vessels engaged in for- prop- that these proportions have varied the the railway in any part thereof.
riverfront would become United States with a single
erty on our ; (3d.) Said company to construct
sign commerce large vessels to since 1880. The Northern settlersare and
' maintain suitable
ten times valuable the businessof orange.-Ocala Banner. street crossings and
! enter. Logically, it ought to be the as very largely to be found in the drains, wherever they mar be deemed neces-
our railway would be ten times A Northerner's sary by the City Council. The
of Opinion of to
: centre of the importing business *
, which
towns give prominence to be on a level with the streets, and where
as large, and we should build up the ,dina. owing to
some depression
:'A the peninsular and central portions them.It or elevation,any
interests of our State. What is To the Editor of the Mirror: unevenness may occur in the constructionof
{ of the State provided it has advantages all there will be this said the
is not at likely It was by invitation of my sons that I road company so having
wanted is not only persuasion but right of shall, at
of merchandise way own
? for the reception great preponderancein spent the winter in your pleasant city. I expense
I any any por- and without
charge the
to city, level off and
active and inducements ,
;{ and its prompt distribution. encouragement tion of the State of Northern set- had formed rather a poor opinion of the establish an even surface, along the entire
for the pioneers who shall place before seeing it, as we hove in sight line of road in the city.
; the and '
, To one who looks on map tlers. much that is
They bring ,from the deck of the steamship' Anto ((4th.) No trains or engines shall run
::. sees the long lines of railway leading bring new capital, new energy, new valuable in every community in nio. I was very much surprised upon land- within the city limits at a rate exceeding
five niiles
((5)) hourand
:] i far into the southern portion of the enterprise to build up our waste which they settle, but they 1 are ;ing, and came to the conclusion that I could of engines while in motion persona shall be required charge

it State, passing directly through the places and give development to our I themselves .equally benefited by in- spend the winter there with pleasure. I 'to hereby ring specially their bells stipulated; and, furthermore that in it is
I natural advantages. Wholesale business was not disappointed in my conclusion, forI granting
centres of and of this of said
production right
I, population tercourse association with South- way company shall sub
is done never spent a more pleasant winter. The mit to such further
I on small margins by I regulations on the part
t must to be ,
: appear ern-born people: Practically theyall climate'alone to of the from time
say nothing your other city as to time may be essential -
the natural inlet for the distribution lessening expenses,cartage, handling, become Floridians. attractions;, I look upon as being worth one and practicable for the protection of
j storing etc. This will in- life, health,against fire, or for the maintenance -
i of the imports, as well as the outlet margin hundred dollars per acre. I am no prophet, of good order.

I for the products, of the State. Wet duce the locating at one point rather NAPLES at last has its Croton. A nor the son of a prophet, but what I saw of Passed May 20, 18&.
I' Florida, and the information I gained from G. F. AVERY, President of Council.
; than another. We have the whole river in the Appenines has
l have, then, in the fine harbor of powerto those who spent the winter at Jacksonvilleand Attest:
j Fernandina its greater depth of create these differences in our been diverted to the city, and is now other GEO. E. WOLFF, City Clerk.
k; localities in Florida, gave me the Approved :
f i water and.ease of access, the advantages favor, we will be blind to our own flowing through 10,000 pipes, and impression that Fernandina is the Gardenof W. II. POPE, Mayor.Traveler's .

! to be derived from a good sea interests if we fail to create them. playing in the five ornamental foun- Eden. I ask no one to take my opinion ;

as I said, I am no prophet, but my advice is Guide.
tains constructed for it. The King
} although even these'need to be
port, .
to seek and ye will find. I have a case of

I' greatly improved to keep pace with hope now that the Beach and Queen came to inaugurate the that nature, of a gentleman who was recom- TRANSIT & PENINSULAR KAILKOAD.

1 ii the increasing size, of the argosies of Railroad is inaugurated the parties waterworks, and were received with mended by a doctor to go to Jacksonville, For Day Cedar Passenger Key and Train Wildwood leaves,and
he out or'health.. He had been there
indescribable enthusiasm.
We have in the next all .
commerce. interested will at once build two points on Transit Road10.25 a.m.
for some time without receiving benefit, ForSavannah
any andall points North
E Ii place, railway communication reaching nice pavilions, with seats and Virchow's Archiv the case of a he concluded to "seek and find." On mak- and West...............................10.25 a.m.

l4 J every portion. of the State, and benches in profusion, to accommodate child is mentioned whose hair, ing inquiries about Fernandina was toldv! 'For.(connecting Tallahassee at,Pensacola Callahan.; ,)and, all_

i4 over the shortest lines ; and yet, notwithstanding those who go to the beach. A there was such a place-four'or five dilapi- points on the Florida Central &

these' which was very abundant, changed dated shanties-a sort,of, landing for vesselsto Western Railroad................ ...10.25a.m.
advantages our
j f comfortable resting place for visitorsis color completely several times within land passengers to take the cars for Jack- (connecting at Baldwin.)

: merchandise comes in largely through very essential, and will prove a two It was pale yellow dark sonville and other places;south in Florida. : Day Passenger Train arrives
years. From Cedar Wildwood and
Key, ,
!, the ports of neighboring States, and continual attraction. It is wise to red, or black, in accordance with her :Being determined to get out of Jacksonville, all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 p.m.

our ,products go out through the make a good impression from the he went to your! place for the purpose of From Savannah and all points in
; channels. emotional condition. The phenom- taking one of the steamers for New York. the North and West................ 4.35 p.m.
same start. People cannot loiter around From Tallahassee Pensacola. and
ema of change were accomplishedwithin Arriving at Fernandina, instead of finding ,
Why'is it then that we do not do all points on the Florida Central
without shade or shelter, and it is two or three days from the four or five shanties, he found a very pleas- & Western Railroad................ 4.35p.m.

the business of our own State, and not to be expected that they will time of her mental excitation. ant city. He was so much pleased that he Night Passenger Train lcares-

how is it we find the people of Middle take possession of the hotel concluded to stop for a few days, thinkinghe For Wildwood........................... 0.00p.m.
"eran-1 had found the place for which he had For Savannah and all points North
,y Florida taking Savannah as the das. The beach should be I IT is reported from Paris that experiments and West................................ 5.30
been He intended Northat
natural outlet of that of the I looking. coming (connecting at Callahan.)
'i part tractive at once, with taste and made in the hospitals the same time as myself; but his health Train arrives-
Night Passenger
country? Certainly this cannot be judgment. Some amusements for show that sulphide of carbon is the improved so much while in Fernandinathat From Cedar Key Wildwood, and

.1- the case if we make the proper use children would also be desirable. best agent to restore the normal he concluded to remain there a short all points on the Transit Road... 8.50 a.m.
From Savannah and all in
f ,points
t1 of the advantages we already pos- action of the bowels in case of time longer. He said he struck the wrong the North and West.................. 8.50a.m.
STEAMSHIP LINES. place when he} struck Jacksonville.A From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
then should Fer-
sess. Why cholera. It has restored to
Ii- con-
That effort should be great majority of Northerners only knowof all points on Florida Central &
t nandina, as the best port, the most some madeto sciousness, in thirty seconds, pa- Fernandina as a landing for the transfer Western Railroad._.................. 8.50a.m.
accessible and the nearest in point establish more direct lines of com- tients who previous to its adminis- of passengers from steamer to rail for differ- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

;t of distance to the markets of our munication by sea with Boston, Bal- tration insensible to even the ent points in the interior of the State. They Train leaves daily, except Sllnday-

' timore and Philadelphia now only were :know nothing about your city-ask nothing For Jacksonville........................ 7.00a.m.
.il own and foreign countries, perform pricking of nee'nes. about it. No one tells them anything of For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30p.m.
reached through Savannah, is quite Train arrives daily, Sunday-
; for Florida what Savannah does for except
evident. The steamers of the New your magnificent beach-your drives, fish- From Jacksonville.....................11.13 a.m.
Georgia, Charleston for South Carolina THE Berlin painters, Bracht, Koch ing, hunting, boating, etc. I saw a gentleman From Jacksonville...................... 7.10p.m.
and other seaboard cities do for York'Line have been running from and Rochling who executed the and wife from Pennsylvania, who Sunday only-
i in Fernandina their home. From Jacksonville ....................10.20 a.m.
: f their own communities? We think here for many years successfully, huge panorama of the battle of Se- stopped on way From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40 p.m.
and bring into the State a large dan, have received a commissionfrom They were so much pleased with what they :For Jacksonville ........................ 6.50a.m.
: too much reliance has been placed saw that my son was asked if he knew of a For Jacksonville ........................ 5.15p.m.
z on these natural advantages, and amount of merchandise. They would the city of Chicago to paint home that could be purchased there, as they MALLORY LINE.

a sufficient effort has not been made carry a large amount of Florida pro- the battle of Chattanooga on' the desired to make it their winter quarters. For New York direct, by steam-

.: to plant commercial enterprise here. ducts, especially vegetables and same big scale. The artists are to What you want in .Ferna dina is a live, ships State of Texas or City of .
San Antonio 7.00p.m.From
and council who iden- ,Thursday evening
mayor are
We are quite aware of the many obstacles fruits, if they ran with more .fre- spend two months in Tennessee tified with, and look after the interests of New York direct by City of

f ., which have heretofore existed quency. These two branches of studying the theatre of'the conflict, 'the city, showing strangers the advantages San every Antonio Friday.and.....State.........of...Texas........., 3.00p.m.

and we do not; now propose to discuss business alone would afford employ- and then return to Berlin where the you have over other localities in the State.It CHARLESTON &: FLORIDA: STEAMSHIP USE.

; them, but look at the present ment to steamship lines if. run with pictures is to be painted.THE is to the interest of Jacksonville and a few For Charleston, by steamship City.
of Monticello Wednesday.From
'I other localities to keep strangers in the dark ,every
, of the matter. frequency and dispatch from this Charleston, by same steamer -
aspect port. law, cheapening postage by in- and not give them information as to these every Sunday..... ............... p. nJ.
The Florida Railway & Navigation advantages.. Your beach alone, to say nothing -
11 creasing the weight of letters to one ST. MARYS RIVER.
. t Company's system reaches by its THE Convention for lack of busi- of health, is.sufficient. inducement to Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
ounce for the the single ounce for strangers to visit you. ,It be said I am For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday
fJ. connections to Pensacola, four hundred ness before it, has been amusing I the into effect and Friday....................... 3.00 p.m.
single rate, to go July "putting it'on very thick, and that I havean
For St. Marys and Dungeness, on
miles the
t' westwardly through itself with the election, of a numer- 1, is already giving token of its in- interest in the place, but I do not own Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p.m.
r State and extends already nearly to of dollar's worth of there doI For St. and Ferry,
ous body secretaries one- property nor Mary's King's
{ messengers, fluence in the orders that manufac-
Monday: and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.
.1. Tampa and Orlando in the South, etc. We' hope it will soon get to turers expect to. I merely plead for suffering
are getting. Light weight Steamer Martha arri1es-
humanity W. Go'S.
i reaching into the richest and best work. With well arranged committees From St. Marys and Crandall on
writing papers have had the preference Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00a.m.
1 portions of the State. It is perfectly of of L. G. Dennis.
some arti-
reports completed
.and ,
over the heavy ones to avoid From St. Marys Dungeness
1 clear that, with an open port such as cles ought to be laid before the Con- I.. G. Dennis, of Gainesville, died at'his on Wednesday and Saturday.9.00.
double postage, but now _the ten- home in that city on the 6th instant. For From St.:Mary's and King's Ferry,

i ours, merchandise can be delivered vention within a week, and steady dency is setting toward the heavy the last twenty years 'Mr.'Dennis has been Tuesday and Friday..............;., 2.00p.m.

t I at lower. rates than elsewhere. Let and industrious work be put in completing one of the most.. ,active 'and influential .
papers, which, of course, are greatlyto W. K. BAUKNIGHTv
us suppose, then, that leading their work. The speechesfor members of the Republican party. He
Ij buncombe should be printed in be preferred.IT served in both branches of the Legislature, AGENT,
houses in flour grain brick
i an appendix ruled out. The
or displaying more than average capacity as a
lime, building materials, hardware, people look for results, not oratory. is asserted by the TemperanceVoice member of a legislative body. As a politi- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER,

J furniture, farming implements, etc., that, although the statistics cian he went to the extreme of partisanzeal BUTCHER AND ANDDealer STOCK

;l had large warehouses our river DOCTORS say that the people who compiled from the United States rev- and bears the blame! of many shady in Ice
left off beer
drinking and took to ,
tricks in campaign tactics. He was a man of
front, with ample wharves and have in enue returns indicate no increase in SPECIALTY
" tea instances abused TENNESSEE BEEF A
! many kindly and generous disposition, as well as
dock so that vessels could discharge the latter the of whisky BROOM WHARF,
and are troubled with consumption per cap- a good business man, and had acquired a STREET

i. their cargoes directly into the ware- what is. known as ,"tea dyspepsia." ita during the last twenty-five years, handsome property. l-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.



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Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria pawns, I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment of Centre Street. I

Spring Goods ever brought to Femandina, consisting of Colored
Linon Silks, Black Silks, Fancy and Plain Parasols,Nun's Veiling, Cash- r

meres, Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery,
constantly on hand a fine assort-


and Chemicals

NUN'S VEILING, GINGHAMS, SEERSUCKERS, ETC. Embroideries,*taces; Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons;

Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams and in short everything to Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
S In Colored and White; SPECIAL
Laces Embroideries 1 Hamburg Edg' In g' --BARGAINS these Goods. be found in a well-appointed dry goods establishment. Special Proprietary and Fancy Goods, ,4
attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofSBOYS'

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and 1 HOSIERY AND GLOVES, which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at
DOMESTIC GOODS | Linen Sheetings, Towels l ;& Physicians' Prescriptions
DOMESTIC GOODS \ Toweling Wholesale Prices. I UNDLIteHIKTp. DRAWERS,, astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at onehalfthe
carefully compounded with Drugs,at
MATTINGS at Special Bargains. A large stock of Ladies Also of Gents' Underwear pure
at low Prices. XSf FANCY cost. a large variety and Furnish-
Gents' and MissesMJOOTS AND SHOES at less than regular prices. ing Goods of every description. reasonable prices.,

mail attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars andover
& Orders by promptly "':
$ 3:. :a.: ::

sent FREIGHT PREPAID. HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES : .;or.J.;=- -un .....
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W i"
:)DNortheast _c-0_
3T. T. ice. i i : '-0... 0 tj I' .
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Third Sts. = !::t=
corner Centre and for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes, at low prices. In Domestic ...gQ-:::- : 0
Q "'"
.... ::> _
Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and will not be (': U.J
B-NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. \ :;':..g0 t3cr.c i
undersold. Lipens and White Goods are among my specialties. ., .". ... ? rnom
Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOTJSEWKNISHIXG encr.O'ctI-''' :: ( .... 9
RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. .. .::::..,,"'*, ti
= -
P -c-.....1'0-
GOODScomprising CO =--3jo O
00: c (f rj:
LINE .r. en ;;
everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give me a =p Q ...,0.
call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at ._o-.. ..:. .,<...,. :ph::>.......
AND NEW YORK. ctI... _. < '-'
FLORIDA '< ::> ..
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3 OF TEXAS, 1,$42 TONS. ; IJH- -
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CA11Oi DELFT, 1,$08 TONS.'VEISTEI1.N :- ,' .,. .p- :: u--. .
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TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. ; '
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ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. .* .;:;:.;;i, if; :;{ :c ; {: :::;.;.--;*-' C ,: S ; OF 4J5@CHANGE SCHEDULE .,

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of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK ; ,

ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville \ ; :. : t,.

Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. ,. .....t .. 'If .4.." .,,r'"d : GEORGIA AND FLORIDA
This Line, having no Transfers between Femandina and New a t -

York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF '. ; ;: yE .:-- .;:Ffr,:t :':.. : .
'- { Inland Steamboat Co.
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. .,
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR .
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. NO HEATI-STO! DUST! aBUTT
RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the Behold This Big i Space ,
PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD A Delightful Trip Along the Pic- 1. ',
for LAKE WEIR. -
MODE BRO'S have sold their stock down turesque Sea Islands. l'i:

freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to so low that they were compelled to send t tIe .
their Mr. I. A. MODE to visit the Northern '
and Eastern markets, to select for their already .
H. MALLORY & CO., well-established trade AN ENTIRE t

Pier 20 East River New York. 51- NEW Spring stock in every department, IRON STEAMER, jt t

which they will enumerate in the next "". .v' ..,

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. issue. Taking advantage of the lateness of .'f
the season,and the very low prices at which

manufacturers,. closing out their Spring r

H.E. DOTTERERINVITES .and Summer Goods, they will be enabled in -- .,

... this instance to bring to this market the J .

ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF largest and cheapest stock of Goods ever ., MARY MOHGAN,

Florida. Examine their low
i brought to .
--I* i MARCH 29th
-.- *.. prices before buying. ON AND AFTER ,.


Leaders of Low Prices. day, Tuesday and Thursday.
ill \
LEAVES SAVANNAH: foot of Lincolnst.
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., every Monday, Wednesday Friday.;
Passengers North-bound connect at Savan-

EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF o ; :< ; ;" nah with Rail and Steamship Lines; and
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: ,\W : South-bound Passengers reaching Savannahby i
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Rail the Ocean Steamship Companyfrom
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. .. ; ,{'-?..'.,..".,;f.--\l. .; .., ..,:,;,..',":''. 1i ', : ';.. ;.$'.::.;':j;" }'"''';'1. New or York and Boston, or Boston &
'. '.,- ;:..;; 1! L." i 't''h"'_ $ii := ," .1if't"I', ;: .g+' Cyr-1i.. :t-:+! 7,': Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the

I ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED ASAND :-,'i" : ;. : : :::: ': < /:;_.. }:\-:}.+.:.;.Pl.-. .; ,.. : / 'T::::/' ':>f-Y:. ,. tion Morgan Company with the for Florida Railway & Naviga- '
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PURE :.>,- -:' ':...::}:!!':,/ (./:{ '. 'Cf\.\,;.,' '>( .';:. :,'; "_ ..,.', .i ,...... ;. .. ... ;.. .. ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA,
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OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .. : .,:':."i,;'. :'....< '-" ;-i.: ;r\.(< .:i'!.';..{ ';.' 'i',t., '. 4: .' t' '
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FINE TEAS AND COFEEESttt -. '.. .. ...;.<"0 _-.r-.I'-..,'>"! '
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A. O. MxcDONELL, ;
Gen. Pass. &Ticket Agent, '

GOODS Received by Every Steamer, 'E.IAX".ELI..I Fernandina, Fia.
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.General Superintendent,
Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLY A., t t Fernandina,Fla. ... '


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'" THE FLOKiDA V MIRROR, j : JUNE' 13, 1585.. .

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: :J "GENERAL: : DIRECTORY.' ;, 'Sh'eTff-'V.. Tumblin, Starke. Collector of Ret'enue-Thos. P. Shuler. .

EI Collector of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. WHOLESALE ND RETAIL.
; United States Officers. Santa Fe.Superintendent.
Schools L. B. Rhodes
of ,
,Starke. County Judge- R. Witherspoon,
L. A. Barnes Gainesviile.F '
Register- son.
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY.County .., Sheriff S. A..P rrimorc,Madison,
General- I Judg -James A. McCrory, City Clerk Joh'n Madison =Sl i 3&33F"3y
Survcyor- M. Beggs, 3r StvjSSjS'= :=SSSrrai= r. SSfTS:::a":

DISTRICT COURT. Point. Titusville. Superintendent of b'chools-8amllel J. Perry,
Clerk-A. A. Stewart, '
Judge=Thomas Settle Jacksonville. Madison. _
H. Laws == S=3-"'** "r >*" -ST"1PgallsilssSrf -
Sheriff-John City Point. := = sr -T=S- !
Treasitref- $ S. Smith Madison.
County : ,
'jlflrshal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. R
of Retenue-D.McQuaig, Bre-
Collector of RevenueB..D.. Wadsworth,
t Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. vard County. Madison.; ? "-- f Sft&XS??ifefft-i5rS;

INTERNAL REVENUE. Superintendent of Schools M..E. English, MANATEE COUNTY, .
y Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Titusville.
County Julge-Z'f. Crawford, Manatee.
p COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. CALHOUN. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. ,.
John W. Howell, Fernandina. County Judge William Clark. i.
_>t Sheriff: -A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
:Edwin Iliggins: Jacksonville.John Clerk-James S.: Fannin. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton,

F. House, St. Augustine. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Popash. "'....
T.easure1'-J. Richards. I ESQ -,
Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
Collector of Bet'mue-Joel P. Atkins. '
Officers. Pine
State Level. '
:1 Superintendent of Schools"". G.' Coxwell.CLAY MARION. COUNTY.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. COUNT County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.

"f Goccrnor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee.; Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
# LicuteillLntGut'ernor)1ilton II. Mabry, County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange S'heri -A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala.
to.d Park. Collecor of Iet'wtle'r. F. Trantham,
Leesburg. Clerk-J. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Ocala.
State-John'IJ. Crawford Tal-
Secretary of Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove
'r lahassee.Gomplrollcr: Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine,
,Yo D. Barnes Tallahassee. Springs. Fort McCoy.
Collector of Ret'enue-A. S Chalker.
S. Call.'tis COUNTY.
4 7relUltrer-K SclLool.s-Il. W. Davis
Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaas- Middleburg. County Judgc-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.-
Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key: West. '
: sec.Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key "" 'st. scurHPua c0.NY d

Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-. :Mason S. Moreno,
Russell: Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West.

AV tant-Gencral-David Lang. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. ; ., Superintendent.. of ScJwols--J. V. Harris,Key A. Be M@YE@$
)2 M Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. West. ,
f SUPREME COURT. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, NASSAU COUNTY.

p Chief.tict-Gco. McWhorter.. Lake City. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- DEALER IN
,. AsMCMte Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- DADE. dina. '

+ has:,(c. B. Van Valkenburgh County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY 'GROCERIES
Justil''c-It ,
Associate ; ,
Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina.
.' Jacksonville. Sheriff Win. )[. Mattaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- and Grain
Tallahassee. Hay Ship Stores
Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. ,

CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector of Revenue-Wm. H. Benest. Collector of RC'enuearren F. Scott. Fer-

'. First CircuU.-Augustus Maxwell, Pen- DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,
er" t sacola. Superintendent of Schooh-L. W. Higgin-
I K Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- County Judge""illiam.A. McLean, :Jack botham, Callahan. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE

,,. R t o see. sonville. County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan-
J. Vann, Madison. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. dina. -
Third Circuit-E. ------- ---- --
s Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Sheriff-Uriah Bowden; Jacksonville. ORANGE COUNTY.
Assessor of Taxes--Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Prices Low as tIle Lowest.
ville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan,.Orlando:
,t Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- sonville. ; Clerk-Those J. Shine Orlando.
i.t Collector Revenue Moses .7. Brown X. E. corner Centre and Second Sis Fernandina
of Fla.
t ; ,? ville. Collector of Re'le1ttle-F. T. Hardman, Or-
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Jacksonville. lando. --
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Superintendent of Sc/wols-A.lbert: J. Rus- Superintendent of SchooU-John T. Beeks,
sell Jacksonville. Fort Reid.
Ct urt Calendar ESCAMBIA. SU1veyor-J. O..Fries, Orlando.
'e County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox.
q FIRST CIRCUIT. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. POLK.

E Fall Santa Term-Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Sheriff Treasurer W.-J.H.S.Hutchinson.Leonard. County Clerk-S.Judge J. Pearce.-J. A. Fortner. .S :!?> :]?I. :x: CGC> :P E: IN": G-

4th in October.
Y, Walton, Monday Collector Revenue :Manuel Palm '
of s. Sheriff '.M. Bowen. -.\ -
2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin
Superintendent of Sc/wjls-N.. Scarritt. Treasurer-F. F. Beville.

Washington October. 2d Monday after 4th :Monday FRANKLIN. Collector of Rer.'e1we-J. D. Filles. W J. LOHMAN'S.I

y Mfr 'u! in October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. :McCrary. .

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. A. Atkins. PUTNAM COUNTY.

r -" October. SJieriff S. A. Floyd. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.

,b >Escambia. Monday in December. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY NEW AND SPACIOUS STORE,
This act amended section 2 of act of February Collector ofRevenne-George A. Patton. Sheriff Thomas Shally.

10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. COE.NEE.: : OIF1 SIXTH j&-1
1, ,+ Spring Term. GADSDEN. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
Countg Judge-J. R. Hams.
"' tt a eke TermTaylor -

S Jr, Spring 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Clerk-Henry-Thomas S. Reeves.Mitchell. County Judge TAYLOR-W. H.COUNTY.Parker, Perry.Sheriffs DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS

April. Treasurer-A. M. Smith. Green B. Weaver, Perry. ,
Madison 2d Monday in April. ,
Collector Ret'enue-R..M. Clerk-John C. Calhoun
fit: Hamilton 4th Monday in April. of Morgan. Perry.
Superintendent of Sc/wol.s-C. E. L. Allison. Superintendent of Sc/wols-T. J. Faulkner
;;' J Is r Smvanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Perry. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,

r Columbia April. 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper.OlerkJ. County County Sunelor-D.Treasurer-D.N.S. Cox Sutton, Perry., Perry. COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACING
.; in M. Caldwell
; April. Jasper. ALL THE
Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
j Lafayette, Cth Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper.
April.Fall Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. SANTA ROSA.
! Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain.
;. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in of SC/tOols-J. W. Reed, Clerk-R. It. Shepard.
1. ,a r October. Jasper. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. FOR; : THE SPltl'XG.xn SUMMER TRADE.3SBMY .

rte a Madison, Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of RCl'e1l1le-'V. J. Williams.
: .: Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE AND YOUR VAL-
' I.i Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ville. JOHN'S COUNTY. UED COMMAND WILL HAVE MY PROMPT- PERSONAL ATTENTION.
7 '

fad E7 in Columbia October. Monday after 4th Monday in Sheri Clerk--J.J.C.B.Law.:Mickler Brooksville., llrooksville. tine.County Judge M. R. Cooper St. Augus- W. J. LOIIJIAX, for. Sixth and Ash Sts.

F. October. Collector{Retenue-F. Hedich, Brooks- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Mondayin
ville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
7. October. FOURTH CIRCUIT Superintendent of Schools-A.M.C. Russell, Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
i Fort Dade.
Spring Term- St. Augustine.
.. ; ;. St. J ll1l's, 2d Tuesday: March. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
Clay, 4th Tuesday in'March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. TEE CELEBRATED

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Lecsburg, VVOOTON DESKS.
s Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Ret'C1Ute-'Y. J. Martin. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
t Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. HOLMES. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
C Fall Term- Collector of Bet'enue-Joseph: Hutchinson
County Judge-A.
,,. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-T.11. Pitman. Sumterville.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Thomas N. Ellis. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-
R 7. : Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. ston, Suniterville.
Baker 2d Tuesday in October.
Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. '
Nassau 3d in October. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
il Schools Whitnell 1.1.. Blackburn Live ;
Superintendent of Curry. County Judge rti
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.
JACKSON. Oak.ClerkRobert tL WITH THEM.Xo. .
FIFTH CIRCUIT. A. Reid, Live Oak. ?
' y-TM Spring Term- County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Sumter 3d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Frank I'hilips.SherijfAndrew .
Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, a
Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Scott. Welborn. '

,, Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in P'easurer-James E. Hearn. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones S Flat Top.
Collector of Rct'e1me-John B. Anderson.
1 March. Live Oak. Why use Desks of ordinary
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent ofScJiaoh Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY. construction when, for slight

P :March. JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- r additional cost can hare
Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesdayin County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.ClerkJohn. -
the benefit of iniproteinents
April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. W. Dickins, Enterprise. our
N i? Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. T; ? Awkward closets and

;' 'I I Iha Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, Collector of Rel'e1we-P. N. Bryan,* Glen --- side drawers done away with
'i 3d Tuesday in October.
: ij 1Putnam. Monticello. Cove. I r ,t j ; + We substitute revolving cases
2d Tuesday in November.
County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent Schools-L. D. Huston,
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. Enterprise. 'i which swing with a sligbt

t' Allchua,1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Rct'eluce-J. H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. d' b 'i 1'h touch of the hand, and are

in November. ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. ; ,., -- rr thus enabled to furnish double
i t Spring Term- LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Sheriff{ Charles Alligood, Crawfordville. d. '' c k -_ the space generally given on
County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. ,
*s Orange, 4th Monday in January. -- = each side; and when cases are
J. J. Johnson Old Town. Schools-E. Y.
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Sheriff Superintendent of Watts, interior te
the whole
Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Crawfordville. open,
Brevard, 1st Monday in March.
F Dade,3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Sc/tOols-J.C.Ramsey ew County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- = flooded with light and all

y .all Term- Troy. fordville. Xo. 14 Xow Down Roll Top. portions readily reached without

1 ( Orange, 2d Monday in August.. County Treasurer-J. }I. N. Peacock, New fordville.Collector of Ret'C'we-R.McMillan,Craw- change of position. A variety of rotary'cases; are'offered, for selection, and applied to

i. I Volusia Brevard, 2d 4th Monday Monday in in September.September. Troy., Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, WALTON. the Desk as wanted. We apply thiXprincipIe; to a great variety of desks.

.Dade, 2d Monday in November. Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. !
d Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, Clerk-D. G. McLeod.
r New Troy. Sheriff--J. W. Campbell. THE "WOOTOIN"
County Officers. LEON.COUNTY. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. .

i. -, ALACHUA. r County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.Sheriff Collector of Rer.'enue-'V. McLeod. Cabinet Office Secretary-
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C.-Douglas.WASHINGTON. .

i ville. ClerkC. A.-Bryan, Tallahassee. .

M 1 1: Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. .

Sheri S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Tallahassee. Clerk-J. E. Skipper. *. The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Sheriff E. Melvin.. I- hundred and
ville. Collector of Refmue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. to the business public. One under

Superintendent of'Schools-W. N. -Sheats, hassee. Collector of Ret-enue-John Roche. ten compartments, as shown in cut, all

Gainesville. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. H 'rn. -- Q onejlock and: ey.=Especially'.adapted for )ler-

_ ,, BAKER COIII'TY. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Ana chants. Manufacturers, ''Hankers, Railroad Officials

County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. S/l.eriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. '
and Professional Men generally.
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of'Ret'enue-TI.. B. 'Barco, Cedar Dissolution of Copartnership. .-0, ,

SJteriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Key. partnership heretofore existing be-
Collector of Revenue -J. R. Herndon, San. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- THE the late Charles Angel his heirs a. aw Ijli

derson. hall, Bronson. and Emil O. Friend, under the firm'' name
ooton Cabinet Office} ADDRESS :
Superintendent of SchooU-Jas. D. Chalker, LIBERTY. of Angel fc Friend, has been dissolved by Secretary.

Sanderson. County Judge-M. J.Solomons. mutual consent. The undersigned will con- DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
BRADFORD COIII''TT. Clerk-W. W. Jeter. tinue the business, collect all bills and pay WOOTQN

County Judge J. R. Richard, Providence Sheriff R. F. Hosford. all debts. EMIL 0. FRIEND.

Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. I Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. .. Fernandina, Fla., May 1st, 1885. RICHMOND, IXD., U. S. A. : ? _, .

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I "\'u'3' : < .. I. RAILROADS.CARD FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via

ti H HME MANUATV{ I E ., : .,,., ..,, ,. !'< ., Waycross. and Pullman Palace Sleeping ;
I ',".<.-,"',,," ''" ."" -,,,,:t<.:>;,;'-;- '" "-.',1..:..'i'I .. TIME CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati

"I,':"< OF THE (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Connections at Atlanta with Western and
,'; '. ', ."-" :,1': ',> : Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and
". :." .1' 1. No. 3. Georgia Railroads for all points West and
Day Pass. Night Pass. Northwest.
: x In Effect May Sd,' 1885.. Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 a m' 3.55 p m Pullman< Palace! Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -

Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m to Louisville via Thomasville.
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. :Leave Baldwin........... 8.16am 4.43pm Pullman buffet sleeping cars on this train
:" "" '. (FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY.) Lake City........... 9.47 am 6.40 p m Jacksonville to Washington.

(Central, or Ninetieth,Meridian, Time.) LiveOak............10.31am 7.43pm Connections at Montgomery with Louisville -
GOING SOUTH. Madison ...........11.57a m 9.15 Ii m and Nashville Railroad for New
[ WILLIAMS & SWANN Monticello........12.40 p m Orleans and Texas points and the West and
tlFLORIDAn= MIRROR Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee....... 2.27 p m Northwest. At Savannah with Central

A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee......... 2.32 p m 12.00 n't Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Leave Femandina...............
SUCCESSORS:; OF THE -.10.25 5.45 Northwest.
..... Charleston
Quincy ........ 3.34 p m 1.22 am and Savannah Rail-
Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.25 Arrive Chatta. River..... 4.50 way for all points North, with
Arrive Callahan.....................11.42 7.25 p m New York steamshipsfor
Land & Co. Philadelphia Boston and
Florida Immigration Leave Callahan....................11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No. Baltimore. At Charleston with,
Leave Dutton.................. ....12.22 8.25 No. 4. New York. steamshipsfor
Philadelphia Baltimore.
Day Pass. Night Pass.
Offer on easy terms, or for cash, Leave Branch12.38 P.M. LeaveChatt'chee River.10.45 a m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
Brandy 8.43
Arrive Baldwin....................12.55 9.10 Quincy .............12.20 p In 2.07 amArrive.Tallahassee. and Checked Steamship connections Also and Baggage

Leave Baldwin....................... 1.00 9.50 ........ 1.27pm 3.36pm and sections through.secured Sleeping Car berths
375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville..................... 1.30 10.20 .Leave Tallahassee .......1.34 p in 3.48 p m Astor's 84 at Company's office in
Building, Bay street and at Depot
Leave Highland.................... 1.48 10.41 Monticello.......... 2.30 pm Ticket Office and -
Leave Lawtey........................ 2.02 11.02 "" Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm Steamers H. ,B. PLANT on board People'sLine
BOOK BINDER Hammock and Pine Lands, on Leave Temple's...................... 2.18 11.25 LiveOak............ 5.39pm 8.33am JENNIE LANE. CHATTAHOOCHEEand
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.35 Lake City........... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m JAS. L.
and adjacent to the Railway from Leave Thurston..................... 2.54 11.55 Arrive Baldwin............. 8.01pm 11.26am General TAYLOR.
Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31 a m Passenger Agent.A.

Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar .Arrive 'Val do........................ 3.14 12.25 A.M. .Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50pm 12.16pm M. IVES, A'-'ent.

Leave Waldo........................ 3.25 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will Florida Southern
the Gulf of Mexico. No Leave Gainesville.................. 4.07 ...... : not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Railway Co.
Key on
Leave Arredondo.......... ......... 4.33 ...... will run Mondays.ST. -
Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.46 :..... MARK'S BRANCH. ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING .
L" ,'". .' lands in Florida are more desirablefor Leave Archer........................
...... Leave
Tallahassee.................... ... 8.00 am
................. .. SOUTH.
Leave Bronson ... 5.39 ......
Arrive Wakulla. ....
'Oranges Peaches :Melons and ...................... 9.05 am Mail. Gainesv'le
Otter Creek.................
Leave 6.23Leave ......
St. ..
Mark's.. ...................... 9.30am Leave Jacksonville Exprets.
Rosewood ................... 7.03 ......
Leave St. Mark's.....
....................10.00 a. m via J.T.& K.W.
R'y.12.48 m .
ESTABLISHED A BOOK early Vegetables; none containing Arrive Cedar Key................. 7.35 ...... p
HAVING Arrive Wakulla...........................10.25 a m Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00 a m
in connection with our better and more accessible bodies of GOING NO TII. Arrive Tallahassee.......................11.30 a m Leave J, T & K W J'n.X.50 pm.........
Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Interlachen..... 3.36 p m ..2':> a m
Printing Office are prepared
we Yellow Pine Timber also the A.M. ...... CONNECTIONS.At Wait's Crossing: 4.15 p m S.CO a m
AND MANUFACTURE as Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.20 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for 14 Grnelle ... 4.40 p m 9.20 a m

valuable Hard Woods and Red Leave Rosewood.................... 7.53 ...... all points North and East; with the Fernan- Gainesville...... 5.35pm 11.05am
more ................. ...... .
Leave Otter Creek. 8.22 ...... dina; & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- Micanopy .. ...... 4.30 p m
Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.05 ...... : din ; and with Steamers for all points on Lochbie 5.15 p m 10.12 a m
Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Archer ............,........... 9.36 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. u Reddick........ 5.27 p m 10.25 a m
J Leave Palmer ........................ 9.53 ...... At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- Ocala............. 6.05 p m 11.05 a m
q f. I I i ranges for cattle and sheep, and no Leave Arredondo......:..........10.08 ...... I insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- Welshton' 6.31 p m 11.32 a m

ALL KINDSOF Leave Gainesville....;.............10.34 ...... nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. N. Lake Weir. 6.55: p' 11.57 a in c
lands in the State are in a more sat- Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.18 ...... At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 p m 12.03 p m
A. M. & Western Railroad.At Conant........... 7.10pm 12.13pm
isfactory shape for successful coloni- Leave Waldo..........................11.32 '2.10 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Lady Lake..... 7.13 p m 12.17 p m
Leave Thurston.............:.......11.55 2.40 Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- Leesburg....... 7.35 p m 12.40 p m G

zation or resale by capitalists.For P.M. urdays.At GOING NORTII.
Leave Starke..........................12.30 3.00 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- 'J
Leave ......... 7.30am 1.40 'j
further information and terms Leave Temple's ....................12.35 3.08 cola & Atlantic Railroad for :Marianna. Pen- Leesburg. p m
Arrive Lake...... 7.52 2.02 I
Leave Lawtey........................12.53 3.26 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans '. Lady a m p m
Conant............ 7.55 2.00
Leave Highland..................... 1.11 3.55 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, a m p m I
address S. Lake Weir... 8.03 2.15
BLANK BOOK Leave Maxville..................... 1.29 4.25 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa- N. Lake Weir... 8.10 a in p m !!
Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.55 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. a m 2.22pm i
.. a
WILLIAMS & SWANN Welshton ...... 8.34 a m 2.48
.. ............. 5.40 p m
Leave BaldwIn.... .. 1.56 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to Ocala.............. 9.00am 3.17pm :
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 all points West. "
Reddick.. ....... 9.38 a m 3.57 j
FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 For information respecting routes, rates, Lochbie........... 9.50 a m 4.09 p m i

-FOK- Arrive Callahan.................... 3.00 6.50 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Micanopy....... ......... 7.50pm p m i ;
Leave Callahan...................... 3.10 7.20 dna; or to the Company's offices in Jack- Gruelle ..........10.20 a'm 4.40pm ;
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 sonville. J
'.' "
t" '" Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15
Arrive Fernandina................. 4.25 8.50 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths '\ Cross'g..ll.50 a m 5.40 p p m m'ait's '

RAILROADS '.) "'\;: JpSS* Day Passenger daily except Sunday; secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, Interlachen ....11.30 a m 6.42 p m
Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. and at new office southwest corner of Bay JT&KWJ'n.12.15pm .
: : i;: 't.:, \,<,,' ::; and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla., Palatka ..........13.30 p in 8.00 p m
't ,., ., p. ,,, .... DIVISION: Jacksonville v.JT&KWRy.
,, .1 >f" "'! y- ', Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent
STEAMEOA:: TS )" '< } 't1'i; } ,:..:;I 2.10 pm.........
: ', '. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Fernandina, Fla.C. .
> : On Sundays a fast passenger: train will be
;; :;., J" .\ "''''''''''' i. W. MAXWELL
"d" 1 ;-. ;'.,..\ ;,-. "f-,'... :;.; > .. .' GOING run, leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m., connecting -
,:::;:..... "'- pF. .. ."\\I1'I-<::t.. .':. SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. Master of Transportation, with train for Leesburg at Gruelle.
MERCHANT S ,'l'"i'" ''':.I.i.i.;. '';1.>\::,':5.?,,, .:...''"t (1::::{.> P.M. A.M. 'Jackson ville, Fla. Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connecting .
Leave 'V'aldo......................... 3.20 1.05 D. E. MAXWELL, with train from Leesburg at Graelle
: ,,: < :, .t : ',', .. Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.36 General Superintendent. and arriving at Palatka at 6.30 p. in.

.. ,. Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.54 1.58 Fernandina, Fla. O. W. BROMWELL,
Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 2.27 General Pass.Agent.
BANKS, ETC Leave Citra.......................... 4.34 2.52 Savannah Florida &Western R'y. SHERMAN CONANT,
Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.48 3.11 General :Manager.

Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.27 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All .
THE FLORIDA Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.37 3.52

..' Leave Ocala........................... 5.58 4.17 trains of this road are run by Central $5 ELECTRIC LIGHTI"//
....... 6.38 5.07 .
Leave Lake Weir Station.
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. ((90th) :Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
-ALSO- TO'VN Leave Oxford......................... 6.55 5.27 slower than Jacksonville time. ON receipt of $5 we "'" '-
Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 5.55 will send you an Electrie =3 i,_ __
Fernandina, Leave Leesburg...................... 7.48 6.55 and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885 Lamp. Burglar -__ =s=' ;
Arrive Tavares....................... 8.22 7.30 ON Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas Alarms $1.: Call Bells ': ,:::- :

Towns on R. R. Line GOING NORTH. follows: $1. Electric Gas Light- / .

A.M. P. M. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. er, Telegraph Instruments __

Mij SIC I MAAZ1J UEtflFAE A C ER RS And Cedar Key.. Leave Tavares........................ 6.23 6.15 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a m Medical Batteries -, J

J Leave Leesburg..................... 6.55 7.20 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 m &c."In .
Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.25 8.sO Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08: a p m regard to your new Electric Light !
Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 8.46 Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:00( a m we think you will"be exceedingly successfulin
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.52 9.07 Thomasville ..... securing its universal adoption.
--AlIDJEE.JODJC.- Arrive at daily at. 1:30 m
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 10.20 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30.p p m Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIELD, "
Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53 Chattahoochee .. 737 Broadway, N. Y.
number of the most eligible and desirable Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 11.06 Arrive Arrive at at Pensacola daily daily 3:50: p m m "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests

... ...LS" Leave Sparr's......................... 9.38 11.25 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 p a m of your new Electric Light. I believe you
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Leave Citra............................. 9.53 11.47 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m will find no difficulty in bringing"Northwest it into
general use. Eastern Man. -
A. M I
Chattahoochee with
City or Suburban Residences, Leave Lochloosa..10.15 12.13 Connecting at Pensa ern Lumberman." HENRY BI GHAlI. :
Atlantic for Pensa-
cola and
Leave Hawthorne..................10.37 12.43 cola. Mobile, New Railroad Orleans. Texas daily all trans- "We take pleasure in stating that the teste :

UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie.........................10.55 1.08 Passengers for Bruns- we made of your Electric Light proved per :
BOUND in ALL STYLESAND Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.20 1.39 Mississippi wick take this points.train, arriving at Brunswickvia fectly satisfactory. You will have a large !
and ready sale. Yours truly, i
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to SS-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 1.10 p. m. RICHARDS & Co, I

Night Passenger daily.F. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue, N.Y."

ATREASONABLE- parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile The above testimonials explain them-
& J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. and New Orleans.

rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville selves.WE WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.G. .
Cincinnati via
to Jesnp. W. FOSTER & CO.,
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor A.M. P. M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.
to St. Louis via Waycross.
PRICES Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 3.30 I
residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road................. 7.26 4.02 ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS. Notice of Insolvency.

Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 5.05 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 1:55 p m COUNTY COURT, Nassau County, :
business.INDUCEMENTS. NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville:daily at...... 1:00 p m IN Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt, ad-
GOING A.M. P.M. ,Arrive at Callahan daily at.?......... 2:35 p m ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson, ,

TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Jacksonville......... ...... 9.45 5.50 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 4:20 p m deceased late of the county aforesaid, having ;
Leave Hart's Road..........;?......10.50 6.45 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:55 p m filed in the office of the County Judgeof
by exemption for a term of years from Arrive Fernandina..11.18 7.10 Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 8:16 p m said county, a written suggestion of the

&- Trains except Sunday. This train stops at all local stations be- insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby
taxation, offered by the several cities and daily tween Jacksonville: and Savannah.FAST given to all persons having claims or de-
SUNDAY EXCURSION. mands of nature whatever against said
'f Leave Fernandina '...6.50 5.15 m. MAIL. any
towns. Apply to : a. in. p. sa'me authenticated
file the
CHAS. W. LEWIS, Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. m. 6.40 p. m. ,Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m 'in estate the, to office of the County, duly Judge of said,

.t6- SEND IN YOUR'WORK.eaSATISFACTION Fernandina. Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 7.20 p. m. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m before the 13th' of Octo-
8.40 Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 county, on or day
-Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. Arrive Fernandina. 10.20 a. m. p. m. m 1885 which time there will bea
ber D. at
Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m A. ,
to creditors entitled
Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m pro rata payment
and the Administrator discharged. .
CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m thereto,
Witness hand and seal County
Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m my as
FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m Judge of said county, this 10th day of

With New York and Fernandina Steam Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a m April, A. D. 1865. ,
ship Line from New York-'on Tuesday, and Arrive at Washington.D.C., daily..ll:45 p m II. J. BAKER.

for New York on Thursday. Arrive at New York daily at........ 8:00 a m County Judge.
With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Fernandina, April 11, 1883. 6mo
CURTIS k! CO. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars,
nah and Brunswick daily except Sunday.AT .
Jacksonville to New York without change.EAST .

and from Savannah and Charleston,
GUARANTEED ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:20 p m -
North and West daily.
and all
points R. G. McQUITTYHas
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at... 8:55 a m

Loans procured, Mortgages negotiate dex: AT HAWTHORNE, Leave at Callahan daily at.:........... 8:35 pm. removed his business to the rooms, over
changes effected, To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Leave Gainesville daily at............ 6.00 p m j the New York Bakery, on Centre street. :

Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 WILDWOOD. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55pm lie has received an assortment of seasonable '
BOTH IN STYLE AND PRICES. acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm goods for gentlemen's wear,and is preparedto !
acres, for sale. Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55 p m 1 make them up to suit all tastes in the : i

N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m 1 best style. !
the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... ,7:15 a m PJ-Repairing neatly done. ;

.:" .". ,".. ',,-'. ,, Canal (under the survey made for Govern- West and Havana every Saturday; for New Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m Farnandina. Fla., July 12,18g4.. i
ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Orleans Friday from Key West and Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:50 am.
Address construction of which having been granted Havana every Friday;; from New Orleans Arrive at Macon daily at.............. 8:50 am'Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. ;
by the United States Government and the Saturday.every Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 pm. PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN. :

FLORIDA MIRROR Legislatures of.Georgia and Florida, a large every With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m LINEN sent upon ;receipt of 2-cent j
increase in the value of adjacent lands may for and from Key West. :Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m stamp.! Address, 1
be confidently looked for." (See New York for and Manatee, Mon Arrive at Washington daily..10:30 p m FLORIDA MIRROR. I
FERNANDINA, FLA. j Sun, 27-3-83.) Thursday day and Friday.; Tampa Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m 26 Feroandina, Fla. : j



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THE FLGKiUA ,:MIRROR : JUNE 13, 1885. .


i THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Circuit .Court., Bound to ;'Have,,Relief. This, your Honor, is our General Present
The following criminal cases were dis To the Editor ofjLhe" Florida Mirror: ment, and if you have no further commands

II posed of in the Circuit.Court, Judge J. M. In the Mirror of last week "Mrs. Grundy"calls for us, we respectrully ask that we may be
.ll.00.A rEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS
Baker presiding, this week: attention to certain grievances, and discharged from further duties attending

Reflections. The State vs. James Long, breaking and sends up the 'usual- wail,for relief., hope this court. Two Millionsof

a entering. Plead guilty. she may continue to ''cry aloud and spare G. F. AVERY, Foreman.

The steamer I7tos. Conger is sporting a The :State vs. Jasper Governor; larceny. not," but, am .myself fully convinced that GEO. F. LEWIS, Secretary. acres of

'brand Found guilty. it's all of no use.; For six past, to Fernandina i June 21, 1885. Farming, Orano-e
new awning. years my
: _____u____ __ Timber and Lands
the '- The State vs. John Manno; assault with knowledge, there dins been the same complaint Grazing
Over took dinner
:-seventy guests at Range of Thermometer
Strathmore on Sunday l last. intent to murder. Acquitted. against 'these.invasions, of the rightsof FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JCNE 12TH,1SS5, situated in ,29 counties and

lw The State vs. Henry ':Williams ; man- the public by the canaille and their cattle. ,AT HORSEY'S DRUG,STORE. comprising the lands
Next Wednesday evening is the regular bought
slaughter in the first degree. Found guilt; Now, when the'law'fails: to provide a remedyfor 7 A.M. 12 M. 3 p.r. 6 P.M. WIND.
Iv meeting of the City Council The State vs. Peter Miller; assault with'evils. why should not those who Saturday, June h 6..:...82 88 85 83 S. E. by Sir Edward J. Reed, from
Sunday, 7..81 87 84 82 S. E.
Watermelons made their first appearancein intent to murder. Found guilty af aggra- are injured: redress their, wrongs in their Monday, 8..._84 90 S3 86 S. W. : 'the State of Florida in iSSi

5 the city during the past week. vated assault. own way? ,If the !law relative to ,stray animals Tuesday Wednesday, 10..88 9..86 92 86 88 87 81 86 S.S. W.E. are now offered at graded,

The Y on the beach end of the Fernan- The State vs. ,David Jasper; assault with will not afford relief, the shot-gun'pol- Thursday, 11. ..80 80 80 80 N. E. These lands

dina and Sea Beach Railroad will be completed intent to murder. Acquitted on the groundof icy is the last resort"._' Perhaps it may comet Friday 12..782\ 82 81 X. E. prices. were se-

: to-night. temporary insanity. that. First let the law be tried. These MARINE. lected by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

The State vs. Wm. Jackson ; aggravated animals must surely come under its pro- ley late Commissioner, of the
i It is a fact while there are no freights offering Port of Fernandina.
assault, ; Found guilty of assault. visions. .MILES.
,State Land Office
for vessels at Jacksonville, they can HIGH WATER and Mr.
The Statt Ella Hart
get all they want at this port. ; vs. : carrying con- Arrivals at the Strathmore. Saturday, June 13............ 8:21 A.M. 8:51 P. K. M. A. Williams late
cealed weupons. Recognized in $100 for Sunday, 14...;....... 9:13" 9:41' agent for
I_ Mr. T. W. Higginbotham an old and respected at next term. R. M. Smith, Starke; Mrs. Beckwith''J.J. Monday, 15..10:03 ". 10:31"'l'uesdaYt : sale of State lands which
appearance ,
t Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Summers, W. F. 16..10:52.: 11:18"
citizen of King's Ferry, died of congestive Court will probably adjourn to-night. Forbes, Miss'Lily Pearce, W. 0. Gilbert and Wednesday," 17..11:13.. 0:00": is a guaranty of their high
chills on Friday of last week.The wife and Thursday, 18..0:10: 0:40: "
child. Walter GColeraanThomasH. ..
; Friday, 19............ 1:07 1:10 quality. The
1 tides have been unusually high the Comedy at Lyceum Hall. Dantzler, G.. G. Griffith, A. M. Taylor, ENTERED. purchase known
Charles Adams, D4 A. Beckwith, S. M. Baker the Reed
The W. M. Paul Theatre Company as Purchase
past week ; that of Thursday evening being People's Harry Vutch i and'wife:and children, J. Steam-packet Thos. Collyer.-,from Brunswick was only

; '' the highest during,the present year will appear at ,Lyceum Hall on Monday P. Adams, C.;'Warner, S. A. King, J. O.Pelot F.daily W. with Simmons freight, agent.and'passengers,-to opened for sale this year, and
and Tuesday evenings next. ,Monday ,- II.K. Deitz and wife John G. Bur-
June 10-Steamship San Antonio Wilder, from the lands
Mr. Abbott has file have
applications been
1' on more evening the comedy of "Joshua Whit- bridge, George V. Burbridge, James D. Bur- New York; freight and passengers to not culled
for rooms at the Strathmore Hotel on Ame- bridge, Charles, Pearce, Major Meyers and, R. W. Southwick, agent.
comb" will be presented. The piece is full June Monticello.. or picked over. No has
7-Steamship City McKee part
lia beach, than he has accommodations. wife, Jacksonville; H. L. Hart and 'wife,
of fun and hits. The has from : freight and passen- been reserved in
company I'alatka ; Jordan and wife Madison!
: ; gers, to W. O. Jeffreys,agent any manner
,: A large party, organized by met, with success wherever it has appeared.The F. Hubbard, St. Louis; W. H. Simpson, June Steamship City of Monticello, )McKee and the whole is
I,. Knights of Labor of Jacksonville, will visit prices have been plaeed at 15 and 25 Carroll, Iowa; H.: A. Ford and family of from Pjilatka; freight and passengers open for sale.
"" Fernandina onSt. John's June 24th. seven, St. Augustine Charles C. Fleming, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Special prices
: Day, ; on large tracts.
cents; reserved seats, 35 cents. Says the Atlanta P. S. Dance and wife Steamship City of :Monticello, McKee,
; Virginia
; Charleston
w The steamer Mistletoe, which has been Journal of Jacksonville, where the com- P. H. L. Strubing, Philadelphia : Mrs.T.( A. gers from, to W. O. Jeffre; freight agent.and passen- Timber lands, virgin forests in

lying at the Broome street wharf for several pany recently filled a week's engagement: McDufHe, T. D. Crawford and wife, Mrs. 12-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee bodies of and
.gsa' .J left for Walker Brunswick ; J. B. Bailey, Wildwood from Palatka; freight and passengers 50,000 up
days, on Wednesday morning Tampa "The People's Theatre Company made
W. O.
to Jeffreys
Fla. J. R. wards. Lands
Brunsly Marietta Ga. sold for
its debut before a Jacksonville audience last ; ; 12-Bark Rhea (German), Budig; ballast to cash,
Bay.Our night. The play on the boards was Joshua George Kain and wife, Cleveland, Ohio ; E. Payne, Cook & Co. time.
or on long
have been E. Bairsel, Charleston S. C. J. R. Whitehead 6-SchoonerMattie Taber New
streets unusually lively Whitcomb.: It is a good comedy, and the ; E. Lymann,
s the week made the number of audience much amused the Savannah ; Mrs.. T. M. Thayer and York; rock for jetties to Lara &Ross. The ]
good Florida
during so by was by two children, Ocala t ; G. L. Baltzell, C. E. 8-Schooner Benj. C. Terry Moore, New Land and Mortgage Co.
I and delicious bon of Uncle Josh.
strangers in attendance upon the Circuit acting York; rock for jetties to Lara &Ross.
# This role was enacted by Mr. W. M. Paul Taylor, II.C. Shaw, S. D. Swann, I. A.Mode, 9-Schooner Nellie F. Sawyer Arey, Balti- (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
: Court. Fernandina.The more ballast, to L. A. Davis &Bro.
with a zest and keen appreciation of its fun ;
r 1'' : that the audience in Schooner John I.-May, Riggs Philadel-
Mr. O. M.' Crosby,of the South:Publish kept an immensely Hilliara
to &
Grand Presentment.To phia ballast
Jury : Bailey.
ing Company, New York, accompanied by good humor. Fred Dolby, personated by Schooner Lizzie Chadwick, C. W. Chad-
Horace Cone was excellently played. The the Honorable, James M. Baker, Judge of wick, New York; ballast, to Payne,
:a his wife, went North on the steamship San English dude was never the subject of a the Circuit Court. Cook& Co.
,u' Wf t.I t. Antonio Thursday.Taxpayers better caricature. Mr. T. D. Morris, as Bill 12-Schooner Martha S.Bennett Townsend
} 41 Johnson was by no means the least favored We, the Grand Jurors of the Fourth Judi- New York; jetty rock to Lara & Ross. List of Letters

; should not fail to be on band actor. Mrs. Paul is also an actress of abil- cial District Court,.held at the city of Fer- ,CLEARED. Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan-

p '4 next Wednesday evening to hear Alderman ity. Her parts as Nellie Primrose and :Mrs. nandina, County of Nassau, State of Florida, Steam-packet Thos.Collyer, -,for Brunswick dina, Nassau county, Florida, June 13th,
( Wilkerson rescue de resolushun"referring Johnson were strong. A good audience daily with freight and passengers, 1885. Persons calling for these letters must
., awaited the rise of the curtain, and the commencing the second day of June, 1885, by F. W. Simmons agent say advertised :
I to the blind horse.Commutation June 10-Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder,
Paul Comedy Company made a favorable believing that we have finished our labors for New York; freight and passengers, Abbott, Margaret L Jordan, Jacob C
; tickets to the beach, via the impression last night. and performed all the duties which the by R. W. Southwick, agent. Allen, J M H Lenthey, Lily G

'r Fernandina & Sea Beach Railroad will be Reserved seats can be secured at Horsey's public good of the County requires of us as June Steamship for Palatka City; by of W.Monticello O. Jeffreys,,McKee agent., Burke, Thomas E Lee, Roses

f ,, sold at the following rates: Ten trip tickets Drug Store. Grand Jurors, beg leave to make this, our June 9-Steamship City of Monticello)McKee for Burrell I, J B Lare, Henerycter
Charleston Brown, Henry, Laserre, Mafgret
; by W.O. Jeffreys, agent.
& ti $1.50; twenttrips, $2.25; three trip, $3. GENERAL PRESENTMENT. Steamship City Monticello,McKee, for Baker Seizer, Louse, Simon

; The first passenger train over the Fernan The Fire Waste. Understanding and believing that the Palatka; freight. and passengers by Blue, Victory Manning, W J
W. O.
+ dina & Sea Beach Railway was run last One hundred and twenty million dollars most important and practical service a 12-Steamship Jeffreys.June City of :Monticello, McKee, Bradley, George Mart, Cely
'.t worth of buildings and personal propertywas for Charleston;freight and passengers, Brown. Anne Mary )Morrison Laura E
It Grand Jury render the of the
Saturday evening was a complinentarytrip can people by W. 0. Jeffreys agent. Baker, Nan :Morriss, Ettie
to our citizens and was well patronized.Mr. swept out of existence last year by fire. County, beside disposing of the several com Davis Mary Jane Nateals, Lucy
This represented earnings of the people at Douglas, Rodie Mooney J
G. S. Avery, the tonsorial artist, plaints brought before them, is to thor-
t greater or less expenditure of labor. It is, into R. S. SCHUYLER, Edwards, J N Ostrong.::: Ed
oughly inquire mannerin which
leaves on the State of Texas, on Thursday Grant, George Peper, Henry
;, 1 next, for New York, en route for the Profiler of course, admitted by everybody that pro- the public buildings, offices and roads are -AROHITEOT- Garvev, C M Patterson. Mrs F G

House, White Mountains; N. H., where he vision should be made for extinguishingfires. kept, and the manner in which! the public Gilbert, L R Smith, Capt Jnoff
This has Hunter, Rose, Turner, CatherineHare
thought several times withina
: 4F % ,11. :will 4 shave" the guests during the summer officers of the County are performing their I T 0 Williams, Sicily
or two been brought home to the
several duties, we have DESIGNS House Williams Theo J
r season. may gone with Pla\is, Details, Spe- George D ,
property owners of this city by conflagrations perhaps, to an unusual extent, having been cifications, and Superintendence.Flies Jinkins Willermine Walker Agnes
1 The British steamship Cam Marth sailed
less Louisa Wilson Guasie
more or sweeping. Jones ,
impelled by the complaints of several of our
1 t for Queenstown onl\1ondayafternoon. Mr. Johnston, Walter R Wastion, Lebrusee
Where may we look for speedy, certain most worthy citizens. ants, roaches, and mosquitoes are
Tm. Lawtey, the owner of her cargo, accompanied and permanent relief from this constantly paralyzed by Sholes' insect powder. Sold Held for better direction-Reuben Wash
We find the
j general condition of the roads
by his son Philip, went as far impending danger? Next to the private by Fred W. Hoyt & Co.Strathmore. ington, C J Crooni Henry Miller.S. .
and bridges in our County in a satis-
very T. RIDDELL, P. M.
as Port Royal, where her cargo will be com duty of individual carefulness comes the
r factory condition, when we consider the .
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pleted. public duty of the municipality to its citi- amount of money expended upon them, I Hotel Novelties

a%44S The San,Antonio on her last trip brought zens. In all of our neighboring cities- and would most respectfully impress upon In Fancy Goods and Parasols.AT .

forty passengers. As.the warm season has Brunswick, St. Augustine, Palatka, Gaines- the Commissioners of Roads the necessityof ON AMELIA BEACH, PAUL FCSKE'S.

1ft? t v 1 begun, and as the current of travel has for ville, Ocala-we find public works estab- a striet enforcement of the road law, and Spring and Summer ClothingAt

some time been to the North, it is somewhat lished for furnishing a copious supply of particularly on that portion of road leading FERNAXDINAFLORIDA. New York cost.

remarkable to find so many persons now water, while Fernandina alone stands idle. from this island to the main land. AT PAUL FCXKE'S.

coming to Florida. Artesian wells have been successfully sunkin We find our county jail in an excellent Private Hoard,
d ( all those cities, and why not here as well? :NOW OPEN FOR TIlE SEASON.
yi. F. "T. Simmons, Esq., Local Freight sanitary condition,. and that the prisonershave At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
r Agent of the Florida Railway & NavigationCo. The benefits are sure and permanent, in no complaints to make of the mannerin near Egmont Hotel.
t comparison with which the cost is incon- which treated have Offers pleasant rooms well furnished with
left they are they
last nor
on Monday evening for Atlanta ,
BEACH is the finest on the will
board. Transient boarders
two to three dollars or
; 4 Ga., where he goes to consult Dr. Calhoun per any complaint to make, as to the food they AMELIA Coast and the Sea-Bathing is be accommodated.

the eye and ear specialist, Mr. Sim- foot, including the pipe, with a flow of receive, either in quantity or quality.We unsurpassed. The Boating and Fishing on :\IR. T. P. G. THOMPSON.

w mons has been troubled with his left ear fort water guaranteed.If would respectfully ask that the proper the Island are excellent. Fernandina, Fla., January, 10, 188.3.
two or three intelligent citizens would Connections made by the Fernandina &
; officers look into the feasibility of having a
three months.
r : some Sea-Beach Railway with train arriv-
s pt give a little study to this matter of sinkinga suitable cistern built in the jail yard to sup- ing on the Florida Railway every& Navigation LUCY COTTAGE ,

; ; Z The island was visited by a very severe few of these wells at selected points, and ply the occupants with wholesome water, Co's lines; also with the different Steamers. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
i $r thunderstorm on Wednesday last the rain if Rates from $2.00 to $3.00
the city will give them the necessary as well as for use in case of fire. per day ; special
1 c ; coming down in torrents during the greater backing and authority, all would be sur- We find the books of our Collector, Treas- rates for families by the week. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.

,. of the afternoon. The storm ;yIJ- Excursion parties accommodated.
i part appearsto prised to find how easily the desired end
and Clerk well that of withor
urer County as as Offers pleasan rooms well furnished,
have been general throughout this section might be accomplished. And when this the Department of Public Instruction, keptin .' Clam Chowder every day.FRANK without board. Table Boarders will be

r ; tl rain falling in Jacksonville to the water supply is once a realized fact, the a neat and explicit manner, and we hear- ABBOTT. accommodated; also transient. .-

depth of five inches in four hours. greatest obstacle is overcome, and nothingcan tily congratulate the people of Nassau 2 Miss LUCY O. TIIO IPS 0 .

i. The San Antonio, of the Mallory Line, then prevent our city from speedily County in having efficient officers.

sailed for New York yesterday morning, ,possessing good protection against fire. We thank the County Treasurer for the .

i s with seventy-five passengers and the follow- Hotel Accommodations.To clear and concise ,balance-sheet of his accounts -

ing freight: 1314 packages vegetables, 379 the,Editor of the Mirror : and congratulate Nassau County in

I cases cedar, 190 bags cotton seed,:146 sacks I Since the completion of the Fernandina & now having in her,treasury, credited to the :

I' cedar sawdust, 97 bbls spirits, 61 barrels rosin Sea Beach Railroad I have scanned the col- several funds, over.$4,000. tt FURNITURE! [ J J JWe

60 packages mdse, 160,000 feet lumber. umns of the Mirror for an article from the We would most respectfully bring .to the ,
t the School Commissioners the
notice of unsightly -
pen of some directly interested person show-
Admitted to the Bar. and dilapidated appearance of.the ,',
4 t ing the importance of a uniform reductionin

: w w In the Circuit Court for the Fourth Judicial rates by our hotels and boarding houses building used'as a public school in this city, I have opened, in the 'Marson Building, Centre Street,

t Circuit, now convened in this city, Mr, during the surf bathing season. The and would most earnestly ask them to use
school house which below Second, a full line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consisting
their efforts to build a ,
of this and Strathmore Hotel the beach is
G.W. Schuyler, city, Mr. W.A. on entirely
McWilliams, of Jacksonville, son of Col. inadequate to entertaih the host of pleasure instead of being an eyesore to the taxpayers :in part of Walnut Chamber Suits, Ash Chamber Suits, :Mahoganyand

Wm. McWilliams, of the Callahan Record, seekers who should be attracted to this would be a credit to.the County and the and at
Commissioners. Painted, Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety,
were admitted to the bar. island. We have, however, ample accom-: .
modation in Fernandina, which doubtless And we would further bring to the noticeof prices as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere-

The Beach. would be preferable to a great fami-. the people the need ofa court-house for
many finished light and dark Children's Bedsteads Chairs in great
.F The beach can be made a very popular et lies now that the local time card 'to the the County, as the building now being used ;

sort by a liberal expenditure in adding to beach has been prepared to suit the convenience for that purpose is not suitable for such variety; Rockers of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast and

its attractions. People want comfort and of the entire public, but we must uses. The rooms used both by the Petty Centre Washstands Wardrobes Springs-Slat and Wire ;
; ; ;
amusement with sea: air and surf bathing. bear in mind that a large proportion of and the Grand Jury are not such as they

When they incur the expense of a trip they those summering at seaside resorts are busi- have a right to expect. Mattresses of various qualities, cheaper than ever before sold

o -wish all the benefitthat can'be had. ness men seeking rest for body and mind, In conclusion we take'pleasure in stating Pillows and Bolsters; and a full line of goods generally foundin

and do not feel able to pay very dear for the from our observation of the able and prompt ,
Ready for Business.The manner in which the business before this a regular Furniture Store. We invite an inspection of our
privilege. What they want, and should .
last rail on the Tavares, Orlando & have, is board on the European plan at Court has been conducted, the people of

Atlantic Railroad has been laid, and the modest rates. The Florida Railway& Navigation this County have reason to congratulate stock.We

road will be formally opened for businesson Company has made exceedingly low themselves upon having so able a person- also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.The .

the 23d inst. This road is a broad gauge, ''rates to Fernandina by all ,lines on their age placed in the" Judge's chair. And intakin'g latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware and Porce-

and is virtually a continuation of the Flor- system of roads, and if the hotels want full leave of Judge Baker, District Attorney

ida Railway & Navigation Company's sys- houses they must do likewise. Owens and his assistant, Mr. Loton M. lain Goods. Sold in any quantity to suit purchaser.&r ;

tem. Freight can now be shipped in PROGRESS. Jones, we tender to them our sincere thanksfor oo.T. .
; FRED w ,: :
through cars from Orlando, via the F. R. & the uniform kindness and attention ; ,
Refrigerators at Hoyt & Co.'s furniture "
N. system to all points North and West. store, Centre street. shown us during this session. .

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