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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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August 1, 1885
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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7" VOL.' vir. FERNANDINA, FLA.:; SATURDAY: AUGUST. 1.; 1885. NO. 36. ":

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'SHADE FOR FLORIDA SOILSGROWS. ANN) the shade of the pea vines that does 1 j heard him complain! anything. Curing Seasickness.To TIlE geology of natural gas wellsis

; the work. It, is the ''shade of the I I If the crop fails he'--sags, ."\\T ell, it'j the Editor of the Mirror: exciting much attention. The

We publish in another column a grass and there ds that follow wheat t i might be worse." There are some I, was returning from Florida last winter weight of evidence .
Col. that keeps the soil from the torrid j i walnut trees about the\\farm, but I by steamer, and after my usual imprison seems to. show-
letter of "Bill Arp" ( :
valuable : sun and enriches the land by pro- ; never saw Rowland take refuge un- ment of riJrty- ht hours by seasicknesswas is useless to prospect for natural -

Smith) to the Atlanta Constitution, ducing ammonia. Nature protects der one. Rowland gHs wet every accomplished. I made ti acquaintance, gas except along anticlinal

which, we think, contains many valuable herself. She ,covers the exposed day and stays wet. Pliave seen the as people will in the free, unconventionalmanner ridges, the theory being that the
with shield from the salt his shirt. I of.ocean travelers, of a fellow pa<*-
suggestions to our farmers and ground a July : chrystalize upon to its
gas, owing volatility seeks the
sen/er, a lady. She, unlike myself had ,
and August sun. A good growth of would feel sorry for Rowland if. heever
fruit growers. been, able to take three meals a day and highest cavities in the rock, escapingfrom
cotton that laps from row to row will felt sorry for himself.! : It is just
The practice of many new comers walk the derk from early dawn till Fluebus the hollows of bended strati.An .
.enrich the land, but a. poor growth as natural for him to-work as it is
is: to carry on clean cultivation in that leaves three-fourths theground for a man to chew tobacco.; "' He en- unharnessed his. steeds and the twinklingstars instance!of this is shown in the

orange groves the year around. Ex- exposed will impoverish the soil ; it I joys it. But I am lies i'th'nlost of I. who came' had out made, had she special chosen:preparations to do so. for Great Kanawha valley, just above

perience has convinced many fruit- ,will get poorer every year.} .Better 'I' folks. I want plenty if!shade and this voyage for six weeks previous to undertaking Charlestown, West Virginia, where
let the than have shade.It plenty of rest. If I fcun 'select
growers that it is best to sow down grass grow no my it, by subsisting chiefly on lemons the whole region has been honeycombed -
is a mistake to plough the corn work and my tools arid.-miry time of

the ground in cow peas during the, after it begins to silk. Let the morning day; I don't mind exercising. I am without champagne sugar: ,,cider accompanied,felt almost by a a; beverageof personal:; with borings for salt, and

hot summer months, or to let the glory vines come and cover the, as fond of shade as'the proplmetJonah, offence( at her immunity from sickness while the only gas.wells struck lie in ;i .

weeds grow from July to September.The ground. You will have your harvestcorn who got desperately mad because.his I had been paying tribute to X ptnne. Nevertheless belt a. few rods wide along the: crest

evaporation of moisture from right there. Plant cow peas inevery gourd vine died. Stonewall Jack- _I offered her my congratulationson of the Brownstown anticlinal axis. *
They will give shade and son's last vision was the ,inviting
her good luck, to which she replied: "It
the ground during the summer, under The gas belt of Western Ohio follow
and under the
shade the river
the and the soil. across
help corn renew is not luck at all, but a bit of woman's in
the hot rays of a summer sun, The pea is an air plant and feeds' trees. I. have been reading about vention-quite as good,.I think, as the doctrine the line of the "Cincinnati arch,"

injures the trees by depriving them upon its nitrogen. The fence cor-. the thermometer at 10-1 and the sun- of Christian science.:' and so on.

of the moisture necessary to main ners that have long been shaded are strokes in the cities, and it fills me Interested at once, I begged her to explain.Her ---- .-.- I

tain their growth and to mature their always rich. So is the ground thatis with pity for those who:'have to en- story, which may suggest imitation to Ax animal tamer has :used electricity ;

covered by a blackberry patch, andso dure what they cannot avoid. I am some spirit more brave and sturdy than as a subduer of unruly bengfg, I

fruit, which consists so largely of is a canebrake. One would ,think sorry for everybody except the base- mine. was- substantially as follows: with great His instrument j
water. We believe Bill Arp's" theory that canebrakes and briars would bailers. They don need any pity- As a child she was liable to sickness when success. '

is correct, and is certainly sustained exhaust the soil in a year or,two, andso and I am, not.sure theycleserve: ,any. subject to motion occasioned by such sportsas is an apparatus shaped like an elephant j.

by our own ,in the they would, if- it were not for the Rowland says they ca 1.:play half ''a swinging, rowing sailing oil when traveling prod and charged with'electricity. 1
experience '
trees.Ve dense,impenetrable shade they made. day in the burning sun-but they by rail or steamboat. As she grew 'Th ee of his lions touched j

management of orange Suppose you tear down an old house couldn't plough two" -rounds,, in his older she seemed 'to grow 'more sensitive, :with it showed signs of the greatest ;

have no doubt that in Florida the in a field. What a luxuriant growth: cotton field without havmg'suristrokeand and even a short trip was the occasion of terror the when shocked .

benefit of shading the ground would, : comes there. The best corn have going to bed. .He' 'saysthat' the most unpleasant results. Prescribed ; tiger, ,

be quite as great as in Georgia. A now is where the wheat was threshedlast shade is a right good thing;Jn ;mod- remedies afforded no relief, and the preventives crouched in the furthest corner of

year. The straw remained upon eration, but he knows some''farmerswho recommended by friends, each hav- his cage ; and the boa constrictor,
with the
grove or larger portionof the ground all the, summer and was love it so good they:.make about ing, a favorite tried remedy, did not meet nearly twenty feet in length, straightened

its surface exposed for fifteen then removed,but it left its mark half a crop and then lay it on the her case. It was use that she pinneda out as if dead and
was emotionless -
hours to the scorching rays of the behind, and that corn looms up overall weather or something else.. Rowland, sheet of white paper across her chest be- .

sun must suffer, and it is a fact often around it. I have seen old plank can talk now. He has :+a. good crop fore entering the train, as advised by one for six hours.
and. experienced traveler; or took bromide of -- ------ .
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has laid it and He
noticed that the growth of the trees put down between the strawberryrows by .is'happy.
and they were better than a can rest in the shade.-Jlill: ; Arp, in sodium before going aboard the steamer, as List of Letters
in a grove proceeds with much greater fertilizer, for they not only provided the Atlanta Constitution. -::' recommended by another: she was always Remaining in the Post-Office: at Fenian-

rapidity after they have begun to plantfood but they.kept down the sufferer. dina, Nassau county, Florida, July 31st,
At last the subject of taking a journey 1883. Persons calling for these letters must
shade the ground around them. Rocks have got nothing in ,
grass. IN Alaska in midsummer accord'
resolved itself into 'the question of how say advertised :
This may also be an argument for them to do any good to vegetation, ing to a late letter, tha? almost con- much' misery she could prepare herself'to Brynec, W B Kidd, Joseph ..
planting peach trees between the but see how the'roots of trees and bear. She decided that she'lUust either live Burs, Captain Little Willie ,; .
vines love to run under a rock pileor tinuous light of day, {sines, upon Butler,.Limas McCrew. Charles. '

rows of a young orange grove. At a stone. fence, .It j isacommonsaying brightgreeiislppcsa; ; sa.) i :}.lrer .aird. the stay-at-home i life of hiTctrrSinc aconfirmed' invalid, ,",.-"'Glark.Mrs.JaneMallette. ,-Ml r.E: *t..' "
T&r'-SlieVnu'sTconquer'! vliyairafmorbidness. 1IcNeil11rs
**>" >' W*"'*" r 'Fenly. John EJ
believe shade is
events we a
that rocks produce moisture, there with dark timber. Belts, rising '. Being a woman of thought- Ilazzard, Mrs Ellen N Tri oms. Ellen
help to dry sandy soils, and that but I don't know how. There is from the deep blue ' rs. An fulness and force and withal of steadinessof Ilenson. C H Whitney, Capt E
J II Woth SallieS.
llargret, ,
in rock to make moisture.
clean culture is mistake nothing a
a great : purpose, she chose the latter. But howto
endless variety bright-hued flow- T. RIDDELL, P. M.
Florida. We have a great deal to Cow peas are the best; renovator I do it? She believed that the fault did

learn by experiment and observation know of, for they will grow in poor ers, the hum of insects; and the mel- not lie in any wrong physical condition,

land and they do their work speed odious song of birds, together with but only in a morbid sensitiveness, which $600,000 YEAR.
in reference the best
to mode of
culture. ily. I cut an acre of select wheat a. degree of heat dispensed by the could be overcome by a strong will and long

the last of June, and then broke up solar orb which to our thickened persistence. IIi other words, she thought it _
HOME AND PART the ground and harrowed it and an affection of the mind, rather than an
How gratefully the blessed twilight sowed a bushel and a half of clay appears oppressive, ailment of the body ; for on stepping on
succeeds the long July day ; when peas. That ground is well covered cause a stranger suddenly trans- board a steamship, her first thought had AND CANADA EXPRESS COMPANIES

one has been stewed and sweltered now and will furnish its own fertil- planted there to think himself in always been, "I have always been sick, so of TROY, N. Y.
izer from the shade of the I course I shall be this time;" and althoughshe
with the heat and glare of a burning peas. any country but Alaska.
sun for about ten hours, it. is a comfort did two acres of oat land the same had never given up without a struggle The strength of Rome lay not in her multitude '
still her resolutions had not availedto nor in her grain-laden fleets. These
These vines will be .
to see the shadows lengthen and way. pea readyto but
elements of strength, her
were neverfailing -
SOME the soft clam of her of bed from ,time
years ago out the the
harvest about the close of the
the sun begin to near the western sum resource lay in the self-control and
hills. The days are just long enough mer, and when the peas are in the the Eastern coast; was :introducedinto lines were taken in and the anchor weighedtill discipline of Roman soldiers. Disciplineit -

make love the dough I' will mow down the the bay of San Francisco where. the ship again made port.A is the very soul to all the wonderful mean
i to us night. We could crop ing possessed by the word ve cran." Mr.
hammock, with one swinging in it,
not live if they were twice as long. and cure it for my winter's hay. it throve and has now increased any Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in the express ;-
had always been an to her, so she "
When cut at that the leaves eyesore business. "Thirty-three years: lie
We would not wish to live. How stage
ceedingly. The Pacific'coast has resolved to begin experimenting with this. said to your reporter, I've stood at this
will not fall from the vines and
nicely the human frame is adapted ,
She and it (desk. It is the discipline of years of experience -
returned the compliment by send- procured one, hanging at a comfortable -
to the plans and works of nature. there is no better hay than pea vine which gives him the position he holds
How sweetly the night follow! the hay. Horses and cattle .devour it ing its little round clams, which are height under an awning, resolutelylay in the trust and esteem of these three great
down in it and herself for
swung an "We have business of
day. \Vhat.a.. luxury to sit in the greedily, and it is splendid for mulch much like our "little necks," to be corporations. a .
hour by a rope attached to a tree conveniently $500,000 a year, and I've been absent from .
western piazza: just after the sun cows. It takes several days to cure planted in the Atlantic. The United near. An afternoon of headache anda this office hardly a month in all that time
goes down and enjoy the cooling air pea vines, but they will, stand more although I must confers!: that many times
broken followed. Noth-
States Fish Commission start- night of sjumber
I agents I've worked here when suffering great pain,
rain than clover If
and listen to the song of the katydids ] or grass. they !' ing'daunted, she repeated her self itfliction for I've been troubled all my life with biliousness -
ed in their from Sound
get wet it does not hurt them if they car, Puget :
: and see the laborers going slowly the next, day with the same rl'snlt-only and dysIepsia.I} system had become -
home from their long day's work. are thrown up with a fork and get with 5,000 packed in wet sand, and '. not quite so much so." As the swingingwas so reduced and weak that I had no

There whose home is dry again. Build, rail and put. after much succeeded in appetite and my digestion wholly disordered. -
are two frogs pen difficulty repeated by degrees the headaches be- I've tried various remedies but utmost
under the steps, and about this time a rail floor a foot from the ground : saving about 800, which are plantedin came less severe, and within six weeks she two years ago I happened to hit upon Dr.

they come forth and hop around and and, fill up say two or three feet, and was able not only to endure, but to enjoy Kennelv's FAVORITE REMEDY. After
the beach at AVood's 'Hole Mass. only, bottle 'so I to feel
then another rail floor and using one. or began
contemplate and seem to know theyare so on as this exercise. '
I stronger in every way. The' great difficulty
part of the household. The flying high as you please. Fill your. barn She next tried the'sail.boat.' which had has been with my digestion: but this seems

squirrels have their homes in the loft, but do not pack away solid un- CORKS are now made' impervious been her worst enemy, and found, to her to regulate it perfectly.) I have sir great

hollows of two trees near by, andflow til well cured. My neighbor says, by-simply soaking them for several great delight, that the motion was agreeable Dr.have Kennedy's bought and FAVORITE given a great of ;It. to I

is their time to nest and chirp "You will ruin your land ; you hours in a solution of one-half:: ounce rather than otherwise. She then risked a the poor around here ; those, you know,
and fly from tree to tree, and they, oughtent to strain your land with little journey by rail and water'combined' who have no money to buy medicine of any
two in If glue or gelatine in a mixture three- the rail and kind, for there are a great many troubled
too by'
belong to our twilight family.. crops one year.: you sow traveling during day by
with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid.
But rest and comfort are not all peas you ought .to plough them un- fourths of an ounce of glycerine and water'at night-and as she experienced no I always keep FAVORITE REMEDYin

that shade does for man. It is nature's der." Well, why not? Nature will one pint of water, treated to a temperature suggestion of sickness, she considers: herself the house. I consider it the best medi-

own restorer. It is the sun put up a crop of weeds and grass if of about 50 Cent. Such cured. She now passes her winters in the cine must for attend the blood to .the in matter the market.for the western Well, I

that warms and germinates, but it is I don't sow down a crop of peas. corks be made lovely State Florida, going and returning part of the city.' Say, you tell .the Doctor I
nearly proof
the night that furnishes the 'plant What is the difference? I take my may either by rail or water, as fancy dictates; am coming down to Rondout to see him'' in

food. Shade generates and supplies choice of crops, ,that's all, and. I give against acids if dipped when dry for has twice made the tour of Europe and August. I want to know him." I left the

ammonia, which is what all vegetation more shade to the land. ten or fifteen minutes into a melted even,sailed around the cape in her trip to veteran grateful, still to at Dr.his, rejoicing in ]healthnd

feeds upon. I used to think But let me forewarn all farmers mixture of four '''parts of paraffin California, without experiencing any degreeof "

that some plants,like clover,enrichedthe who have no machine that they can't and one of vaseline. her former: malady.I Notice of Insolvency.
soil by bringing down from the mow much vines with a scythe. said to her, "Your experience is cer- COUNTY COURT, Nassau County, '.' F:!::.. J.
pea tainly remarkable, but didn't, you suffer intensely IN Florida Whereas Fred W. Iloyt, administrator "f', .J.'
atmosphere some of its nitrogen'and Indeed, it is hard work with a machine I those six weeks you were practicingin of the estate of W.' S. Rawson.
., depositing it in the soil. Some said for the crop is a tangled wilderness THE poisonous properties of stock- the hammock?" and she replied. "Some, deceased, late of the county aforesaid, having -

It was the clover roots that decomposed and requires about two hands ings dyed with brilliant aniline dyes, to hundreds be sure of but I suppose men in not smoking more their than filed in the office' of the County jude I
young of said written suggestion of the .
and made the soil rich, but I to' follow the mower and pull the it is said, may be rendered harmless. first cigar." J. A. insolvency county of said, a estate, notice is hereby. ,

am now convinced that ammonia is vines aside so that the cut line can. by dipping the articles in a bath ofrubber' Bath, N. JT., July 25, 1885. given to all persons having claims or demands f..

generated from shade, and that the be seen the, next round. If I had of any nature whatever against said '
naphtha or some Extract From a Private Letter. estate, to file the same duly authenticated ,
more shade the more plant food. A no machine, I should sow my'peas
of sail
Regarding Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite in the office of the County Judge
\ hIck growth of clover is almost im- in narrow lands and leave a space other re-agent. This having been Remedy,' the writer, Pro A. B. Chandler, county, on or before the 13th day of Octo-

\'I etrable to sunlight. The clover ,between. done, subsequent evaporation has : Principal of 'the Academy, Brookhaven, ber, A. D. 1885,at which time there will bea

"ocs: ot have to be turned under to If I had to ''plough these torrid the effect to cover each fibre with a I )the Iiss.liver;says and: all bowels suffered and paralysis.from torpidity I used of thereto pro ,rata and payment the Administrator to creditors discharged.entitled

{ iliz J neither does any green crop days, I think I would gear up an : thin film of rubber, and by this. the'Favorite Remedy' for two months and Witness my hand and ,seal as County' .
Gen' soiling was popular a few umbrella and strap the handle down ; am now able to use my side, which for two Judge of said county, this 10th day of ;k,
'eal1 means the transfer of the coloring months and am now able to use my side, April, A. D. 1865. "',
:,o, but it is not now. Turn- my back. I: suggested it to Rowland : H. J. BAKER, ,
time had been like a pieceof
which for
lug cow peas under when green does and he smiled with disgust. He is .material from, the goods to the skinis dead flesh.a My general health was never County Judge. "' j,

# amore good than when dry. It is never too hot or too cold. I never prevented. letter than at present." Fernandina, April ii, 1885. Crao'I'I I

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I: .t"> M. ', THE FLORIDA'1 MIRROR : AUGUST 1, .1885.. ,",

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I tCOJE.. IX BEAUTIFUL DJiEAMS.. .II. was lond of sitting i down; with'li.; feet I I I but the hat did not look, natural when I. puzzled to see the old man suddenly I Now if there is 'anybody in th-
1I 'higher than his head it. was this selfsame he had finished. It seemed to have snatch his head-piece otf'and peer : world who prides himself on- knowing
Come, in beautiful dreams line Elder Brown. been laid off into counties, sections with an intent ami awe-struck; air into a thing or two, it is the fprllce'OUI
Oh come to me oft. The morning expanded, and the old and town lots.' ,Like a well-cut jewel: its irregular caverns. Some, of them man who I presides over a sodas foun-))0
When the
white of
wings bleep: it had :, face for him view it from were shocked, when he suddenly and tam 1'his
I On my bosom lies'soft; man expanded with it; for while a I a particular young gentleman -
Oh 1 COIHK when the sea vigorous leader in his church, the whatever: point! he chose, a quality vigorously' ejaculated : did not even deem a replynneces
,_ In the soft moon's gentle light, ',: elder at home was, it must. be admitted, which PO impressed him that a lump "Hannah- Iaria-Jemimy goldarn sary. He vanished an instant, and-
'-,' Heath Like: the on pulse the of air the night an uncomplaining slave. To the intense gathered in gals throat, and his eyes an' blue blazes !I" ''I when he. returned a close observer
When the sky and the wave astonishment:; of the beast he winked, vigorously.Elder He had suddenly remembered hav- i might have seen that the mixture in
I When Wear the their dew's loftiest o'n the blue flower. rode, there came new vigor into the Brown was not, however, a ing placed his memoranda in that hat, the glass he bore had slightly changed
And the stars on the dew. whacks which fell upon his flanks; man for tears. He was a man of ac and as he studied its' empty depthshis color and increased in quantity. But|;
.'. I and the beast allowed astonishment to tion. The sudden vision which met mind pictured the important scrap the elder saw only the whizzingstream
: '. Come Oh in beautiful dreams love, surprise him into real life and decided his wandering gaze, the donkey calmly fluttering along'the sandyscene of his of water dart into its centre/and the'
and we'll
; Where the come whole year is stray crowned motion. Somewhere in the elder's chewing scrub buds, with the green early-morning tumble. It was this rosy foam rise and tremble on the
A "I' ; With the.blossoms of ra\- expanding soul a tune had begun to juice already oozing from the corners that caused him to graze an oath with glass's: rim.: The next instant he was
( Where each sound is as sweet ring. Possibly he took up the far of his frothy mouth, acted upon him less margin than he had allowed him- holding his breath and sipping his
i "j': And As the1alcsuretl the echo of cla\: 'soft". faint tune that came from the straggling -I fike magic.: He was, after all, only self in, twenty years. What would cooling drink.As .
I .' "- As,the breathings of love; '. gang of negroes away off in the !I human, and.' when he got hands:: upona the old lady say? Elder Brown paid his small
Where the t beams kiss the waves, tield, as they slowly chapped amid the piece of brush, he thrashed, the poor Alas Elder Brown knew too well. :score he was at peace with the worM
And And the the warm waves lips kiss: may the catch beach threadlike rows: of cotton plants which! beast, until it, seemed as though even What she would not ay was what :I firmly believe that when he had
I;I The !h"cet lessons: they teach. lined the level ground, for the melodyhe its already half-tanned hide would be puzzled: him. But as, he stood bare- 'finished his trading, and I the little
hummed softly and then sang eternally ruined. Thoroughly ex- headed in the sunlight a sense of utter blue-trin ell packages had been stored
t {, ,, .,: Come Oh!, in come beautiful and sire dreams II l fly :, lure strongly, in the quavering, catch tones hausted at last, he wearily straddledhis desolation caine and dwelt with him. away, could the poor donkey: have
'till ,: ,:* Likens winged spirits, of a good old country churchman, was, saddle, stud: ,with his chin upon his His eye rested:; upon sleeping Balaam made his appearance at the door and
Of love, through the sky; 'I'm glad salvation's free.'' breast resumed the early, morningtenor I anchored to a post in the !street: andso gazed with his meek, f nvn-like'eyes
..f' :., ". With On our haul dream-wings clasped in hand.we'll go It was during the singing of this of his way. as he recalled the treachery that i into his master's, he would! have obtained -
;. ;'\p Where the starlight, and moonlight hymn that Elder Brown's regular motioriinspiring II. lay 'at the base of all his affliction, full and free forgiveness.
; Are blending their glow; ftrokes.were.. for the first gloom was added to desolation.To Elder Brown paused at the: door as
j ".:' And Of on purple bright and clouds gold the 11 linger time varied. He began to hold his "Good 'mur nin', sir." turn back and search for the he was about to leave. A nxsv-cheek-
Aye t"S i-:.; : Till the angels shall>I1\''" hickory up at certain pauses\ in the Elder Brown leaned over the little lost papers would have been worse ed school-girl was just lifting l a creamy
;!,"I. The bliss they behold. melody, and heat the changes upon pine picket' which divided the book- than useless.: Only one course was mixture to her lips before the touil-;
-George.. Pientice.KLItEtt the sides of his astonished steed. The keepers' department of a,:Macon,' warehouse open to him, and at it went the leaderof tain. It was a pretty picture, and he
l chorus under this arrangement was, from' the room in general, and his people. He called at the grocery turned back: resolved to indulge ill
t,,,' -- .Tin fjhid salvation's free, 'surveyed the well-dressed back of a '; he invaded the recesses of the one more glass of the delightful beverage -
Elder Brown told his wife goodbyat I'in glad salvation's/; ?, gentleman who was busily figuring at dry-goods establishments ; he ransacked before beginning his long ride
the door as mechanically fads glad salvation's free fur fill, a desk within. The apartment was the hardware stores ; and wherever homeward. '
s; as though his proposed trip to Macon: I'm glad ;alvation's/mr. carp( tle s, and the dust of a decade he went he made life a burden "Fix it up again, eonny," he said
y ten miles away, ,was au every-day affair {- Wherever there i is: an italic, the l lay deep, on the old books, shelves, for'the clerks,' overhauling showcasesand renewing his:; broad, confiding smile,
j ; while, as a inatter of fact, many hickory descended. It fell about as and the; advertisements of pulling down whole shelves of as:: the spruce young man poised a glass
:a J years had elapsell since unaccompanied regularly and after the fashion of( the guano and fertilizers which decorated stock. Occasionally, an item off? his inquiringly.-' The living automaton,
red he set foot in the city. He did not stick beating upon the bass druma the room. An oM stove, rusty with memoranda would come to light, and went through the same motions as before -
; 't ; kiss her. lIany'ery good men never funeral march. But the beast, although the nicotinrf contributed by farmers thrusting his hand into his capacious and again Elder Brown had been
+ kiss: their wives. 'But. small blame convinced that something seri- during the previous season while pocket, where lay the proceeds of his! entirely innocent of transgression, but
'c.j attaches to the elder for the omission ous was impending, did not consider a waiting by glowing sides for their check, he would pay for it upon the with the old alcoholic fire in his veins,
iir. this occasion, since his wife had funeral march appropriate for the oc- cotton tope sold, stood straight i up ina spot, arid insist on having it rolled np. twenty years: dropped from his shoulders -
t casion. He protested, at first:; with bed of sand, and festoons! : of cob- To the suggestion: of the slave whom and a feeling came over him familiar -
demonstrations vigorous whiskings: of his tail and a webs clung to the upper sashes'of the he had in charge for the time being to every man' who has been "in
; lord, and at this particular moment rapid shifting of his ears. Finding musty windows. The lower sash of that the articles be laid aside until he his cups." As a matter of fact, the
I was filling the parting moments with these demonstrations unavailing, and one window' had been raised, and in had finished, he would not listen. elder would have been a confirmed
'Ft "a rattling list of directions concerning convinced that some urgent cause for the yard without, nearly an acre in "Now you look here, sonny," he drunkard twenty years before had his
thread, buttons, hooks, needles, and hurry had suddenly invaded the extent, l lay a few bales of cotton, with said, in the dry-goods store, "I'm con- wife been less strong-minded. She
all the many etceteras of an industrious elder's serenity, as it had his own, he jagged. holes. in. their.. ends, just as the ducting this revival, an: I don't needno took the reins into her own hands
housewife's basket. The elder began to cover the ground with fran- sampler had left them. Elder; Brown help in my line. Jest you tie them when she found that his:: business: and
; was laboriously: assorting! these postscript tic leaps that would have surprisedhis had time to notice all these familiar stockin's up an' lemme have 'em." strong drink did not mix well, worked
il. commissions in his memory, owner could,,he have realized what points, for the figure at the desk kept Then I know I've got 'em. As each him into the church, and sustainedhis
.'," ; well knowing that to return with any was going on. But Eldei Brown's serenely at its task, and deigned no purchase was 'promptly paid for, and resolutions by making it difficult
t one of them neglected would, cause eyes were half closed, and he was reply. change had to be secured, the clerk and dangerous for him to get to his
t5t.: trouble in the family circle. singing at the top of his voice. Lost "Good-mornin1', sir," said the figure, earned his salary for that day. toddy. She became the business\ head
w Elder Brown mounted his patient in a trance of divine exaltation, for I'll wait on you in a minute." The So it was ,when, near the heat of of the family and he the spiritual.
} -i .:,-, steed that stood sleepily: motionless in he felt the effects of the invigoratingmotion minute paS&'d?and four more joined .the day the good man arrived at the, Only at rare intervals did he ever
'f\t the warm sunlight, with his great ,bent only on making the air it. Then the desk man turned. drug-store, the last and only unvisited' "backslide" during the twenty years
ititi pointed! ears displayed to the right and ring with the lines which he dimly Well, sir, what can I do for you?" division of trade, he made his appear- of the new era, and Mrs. Brown her-
'ht left, as though their owner had grown imagined were drawing upon him the The elder was not in the best of ance equipped with half a hundred self used to say that the su arin
t' tired of the life, burden their weight eyes of the whole female congregation, humor when he arrived, and his state packages, which nestled in his arms his'n turned to gall before, the backslide -
'\. inflicted upon him, and was, old sol- he was supremely unconscious that of mind had not improved.' He wait- and bulged out about the sections of ended." People who knew her
: dier fashion, ready to forego the once his beast was hurrying. ed full a minute as he surveyed the his clothing that boasted of pockets.As i never doubted it.
If II rigid alertness of early training for, And thus the excursion proceeded, man of business.! he deposited; his deck-load upon But Elder Brown's sin during the
: the pleasures of frequent 'rest on arms.' until suddenly a ,shote, surprised in r thought I mout be able to the counter, great drops of perspiration ,- remainder of the day contained an
t:. : 0" elder, don't you forgit them his calm search for roots in a fence make some arrangements with you to rolled down his face and over his: element of responsibility. As he
;a i caliker scraps, or you'll be wantin' corner, darted into the road, and stood git some money, but I reckon I was water-logged collar to the floor. ,moved majestically down toward where
;./ : : l kiver soon. an'no kiver will be acomin. for an instant gazing upon the new- mistaken." The warehouse man came There was a something exquisitely Balaam slept in the sunlight, he felt
. 1'I ." comers with that idiotic stare which nearer. refreshing in the great: glasses of foam- no fatigue. There was' a glow upon
" :!/.j. Elder Brown did not turn his head, I only a pig can imitate. The sudden This: is Mr. Brown, I believe. I ing soda that a spruce young man was his cheek-bones, and a faint tinge upon
N t but merely let the whip hand, which appearance of this unlocked, appa- did not recognize you tt once. 'you drawing from a marble fountain above his prominent nose. He nodded familiarly -
.JWi: had been'checked in its back motion, rition acted strongly upon the don- .. are not in often. to see u:;." which half a'' dozen polar bears in an I to people as:; he met them,
a 'fall as he answered mechanically. key. With one supreme effort he collected l- "No; my wife usually 'tends to the ambitious print were disporting them- and saw not the look of amusement
(2i: The beast he bestrode responded with himself into a motionless mass town bizness, while ''l J; run the church selves.;; There carne a break in the which succeeded astonishment upon
1 a rapid whisking of its tail and ,a of matter, bracing his front! legs wide and farm. Got a fall from my donkeythis run of customers, and the spruce the various faces.: When he reachedthe
f;" ';; great show of effort, as it ambled, off apart; that is to say, he stopped short. morning," he said, noticing a young man, ,having swept the foam neighborhood of .Balaam it suddenly !-
\i I down the sandy road, the rider's long There he stood, returning the pig's quizzical, interrogating look upon the i from the marble, dexterously lifted a occurred to him that he might
b i i legs seeming now and then to touch idiotic i etare with an interest which face before him, arid fell squar'on glass from the revolving rack which have forgotten some one of his numer-
: : the ground. must have led to the presumption that the hat." lIe made a pretense of rinsed it with a fierce little streamof ous commissions, and he paused to
: : ;' : But as the zigzag panels of the rail never before in all his varied life had smoothing it. The man of 'business water, and asked mechanically think. Then a brilliant idea rose in
i fence crept behind him, and he felt he seen such a singular little creature. had already lost interest. he caught the intense look of the perspiring his mind. He would forestall blame
Jl I the freedom of the morning beginning End overend went the man of prayer, "How much ,money will yon want, elder: and disarm anger with kindness-he
,: to act upon his well-trained blood, the finally bringing up full length in the :Mr. Brown ?" What schrup, sir?" would purchase Hannah a bonnet.
r.u"1m mechanical manner of the old man's sand, striking just as he should have "Well, about seven hundred dol- I I Now it had not occurred to the What; woman's heart ever failed to
: ; it mind gave place to a mild exuberance. shouted free" for the fourth time in lars," said the elder, replacing his hat,. elder to drink soda, but the sugges- soften at sight of a new bonnet?
. A weight seemed to be lifted from it his gloriouschorus.. and turning a furtive look upon the tion, coming as it did in his exhaustedstate As I have stated the elder was a
.1; 'ounce by ounce as the fence panels, Fully convinced that his alarm had warehouse man. The other was tap- was overpowering._ He drew man of action. He entered a store
: the weedy corners, the persimmon been well founded, the shote sped out ping with his pencil upon the little' near awkwardly, put on his glasses, near at hand. I
: ;! sprouts and sassafras bushes, crept: from unter the gigantic missile hurledat shelf lying across the rail. and examined the list of syrups with Good morning," said an affable
. away behind him, so that by the time him by the donkey, and scampereddown I can get you five hundred." great care. The young man being for gentleman with "a Hebrew counte-
f..f;'i'I I & mile lay between him and the road, turning first one ear "But I oughter have,seven." the moment at leisure, surveyed criti- nance, approaching.
. 1 partner of his joys and sorrows he was and then the other to detect any Can't ,,arrange for, that amount.Wait cally the gaunt figure, the faded ban- GOOt -morn', good-mornin'," said
, in a resonably contented frame of sounds of pursuit. The donkey, also till later in the season, and come dana, the antique claw-hammer coat, the elder, piling his bundles on the"
; i 8 : mind, and r.till improving. convinced that the object before whichhe again. Money is very tight now. and the battered stove-pipe hat, witha counter. "I hope you are well ?
: :r It was a queer figure that crept had halted was supernatural, started How much cotton will you raise?" gradually relaxing countenance. He Elder Brown extended his hand fer
t j" along the road that cheery May morning back violently upon seeing it appa- "Well, I count on a hundr'd bales. even called the prescription clerk's at- vidly. "t
; It was tall and gaunt, and had rently turn to a man. But seeing An' you can't git the sev'n hundr'd I tention by a cough and a quick jerkof "Quite well, I thank you. 'Vhat-
s I been for thirty years or more. The that it had turned to nothing but.a dollars ?" his thumb. The prescription: clerk "And the little wife?" said Elder
i 1: I long head, bald on top, covered behind man, he wandered up into the deserted Like to, oblige you, but, can't rightnow smiled freely, and continued his as- Brown, affectionately retaining the
i i it I with iron-gray hair, and in front with fence corner, and began. to nibble ; we'll fix it for you later on." saults upon a piece of blue mass. Jew's hand.
: !x ; h short tangled growth that curled and refreshment from scrub oak. "Well," said the eider, slowly, fix I reckon," said the elder, resting "Quite well, sir"
t 'l, '! kinked in every direction, was sur- For a. moment the elder gazed up up the papers for five, an' I'll makeit his hands upon his knees and bending "And the little ones-quite well, I
: mounted by an old-fashioned stoves into the sky, half impressed with the go as far as possible." down to the list, "you may gimme hope too ?" -
1 J tt< ;: pipe bat, worn and stained, but eminently idea that the camp-meeting platformhad The, papers were drawn. A note sassprilla an'a, little strawberry. Sass- "Yes, sir ; all well, thank you.
1 I impressive. An old-fashioned given way.; But the truth forcedits was made out for $552 50, for the interest -, prilla's good for the blood this time er Something I can do for you "
J 51' : Henry Clay cloth coat, stained and way'' to the front in his disordered was at one and a half per cent. year, and strawberry's good any time.:' The affable merchant was trying'to
! I threadbare, divided itself impartially understanding at last, and with pain- .for seven months, and a mortgage ,on The spruce young man 'let the syrup recall his customer's name.
f ; over the donkeys back and dangledon ful dignity he staggered into an up- ten mules belonging to the elder was stream into the glass as he smiled Not now, not now," thankeeIf:
1 ; i his sides. This was all that remained right position, and regained: his braver. drawn and signed. The elder then affably.' Thinking, perhaps, to draw you pleaseto, let my bundles;: stay un-
I of the elder's wedding suit of He was shocked again. Never: beforein : promised to send his cotton to the out the old man's character, he ventured -:: tell I come back-'*
t forty years ago. Only constant care, all the long years it had served him j warehouse to be sold in the fall, and upon a jest himself, repeating a Can't I show you ,something? Hat.
! and use of late years limited to extra: had he seen it it. in such a shape. The i wit ha.curt "Anything else'?" and a. pun made by the man, who invented, coat-" '
i occasions, had preserved it so long. truth is, Elder Brown, had never tried i "rfhankee,-that's all," the two parted. the first soda fountain. With a sweep Not now. Be back bime v."
<< The trousers had soon parted company stand, on his head in it'. As calmlyas i Elder Brown now' made an: effort to of his arm he cleared away the swarm Was it chance or fate that brought
f with their friends. The substi- possible he began to straighten it : recall the supplemental commissions of insects a,; he remarked, People, Elder Brown in front of a bar? The
tute were red jeans, which, while they out, caring but little for the dust upon ; shouted to him upon his departure,' who like a fly in theirs are easily:: ac-! glasses shone bright upon the shelvesas :
did not well match his court costume, his garments. The beaver was his intending to execute them first, and commodated." the swinging door flapped back to
r were better able to withstand the old special crown of dignity. To lose it then take his written list item by .It was from sheer good-nature' only: let out a coatless clerk, who passed
i I man's abuse, for if, in addition to his' was to be reduced to a level with the item. His mental resolves 'had just that Elder Brown replied, with his: him with a rush, 'chewing upon a fare-
} frequent religious excursions astride common wool hat herd. He did his reached this point when a new thought usual broad social smile: Well, 'a fly well mouthful of brown bread and
I f his beast, there ever was a man who: best, pulling! pressing and pushing made itself known. Passers-bv.. were now anr then don't hurt nobody." bologna. Elder Brown beheld forat

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The screws old rn laughed until l his cheeks were ; from behind which, with several others, ; what was contained, in the lines. ..Buteventually -
: 1 he had beheld the brief but stirringscene the words became intelligible r ,-. ,
wet.The and.took meaning- She wrested: con'o- I :
bar the girl, beginning to feel a little I "Put a saddle on er mule.>,The elder's lation. from it by mere force of will. The 'Light-Raiiiihi5 .
twenty uneasy, and seeing'' a, customer entering :gwine back to town. And- n't you belong I And so on this occasion when she, Hf./

: rapidly fixed up the, bonnet, took about it neither." f. : closed the book. the fierce ;anger 'wa
and laid a fifteen dollars out of a twentyrdbllar :'Ye'.mm.It'ckFg: : ivories .gleamed ;i gone: tt ;
iii the darkness he' di, tppeared; 1" She was' not a'hard woman naturally, : DOMESTIC T1tf!
said bill and : l the eld if he
as he : calmlyastee: + -;r f .
Elder Brown was: soberer af that mom Fate had brought her conditions which ..... ......__.......... ..
*' A little wanted anything else.:: He thrust his -- ._..--_ ... ..:__..----..._. ;.
; nt than he.had been ftnrj hours. 1 covered up the woman's heart within
arms of the change ,somewhere into his clothes and "Hannah, von don't iapan it?". V I her, but though it lay deep, it was"there Ii
fakir's in a beat a hasty 'retreat. It had. occurredto Yes) sir,.T do. Lack yqa ; q to townas ; still As she fat with folded hands: her This cut'shows' the new style of wood work
with him that ho was' nearly drunk., sure as my'ham$ is; Hannah Brown." I eyes fell upon-what ? I that the company: is now introducing.
glass; The elder was silent. He had never The pink bonnet with the blue j Itrue!
sweetening"' Elder Browl1'J.t.ep began to lose its known hi*: wife to 'relent ou'any occasion It may appear strange to those who do
and sent a : buoyancy. He found himself utterly aiter she, had affirmed her intention not understand !such natures: but to me

ninfT along unable to walk straight. There was supplemented with "as sure as in y i her next :action was perfectly natural.
bar with} a an uncertain straddle in his gait that name is Hannah llrownIt waIrerway She bur.-t: into a convulsive laugh; then, ;
i carried him from one side of the 'walk of swearing. Xo ;affidavit would I l I s izini! the queer .object, bent her fate
"Whisky have had half the claim on her a-s .that I r upon it andsobbed hytcricul1y.rhen
the other and caused people whom
said Elder to enunciation. I the
simple !storm was over very tenderly she
leas taking : V he ii\at to cheerfully yield him plentyof So back to town went Elder Brown, laid the gift aide, and bafe-hcadsd pass-
bear him. : room. t I not in the order of the early morn, but ed, out into the ni< lit.

the : Balaam saw: him coming; Poor I IBahlam. silently, moodily,despairingly, surrounded Fora half hour she stood at the endof
ugar by mental and actual gloom the lane, and then hrngry Falaani
re-1] 1 liquid, .. He had made an early sta't.1!
The old man had turned a last appealing and his master hove in sight. 'Beaching
s\valloved; that day, and, for hours he stood in glance upon the angry woman: as he out her hand she'checked the hca t.
the sun :awaiting rl'1i f.Yhen l he mounted with assistance "William !
ax though I Aleck's and satin she said very gently, i
IwHi( sup( opened his,sleepy eyes fillli raised his I the light that streamed from out the ,"where is the mule?" : .

change. expressive .ears to,a position of attention kitchen window. She) met>' the glance' The elder had been a-leep. He rvukeand () I'
without Wa'l'r'J her blank
Fazed !
a v.
{ the,01(1 familiar coat and battered V "
it was1 he h rai ?' L
She means it, as: sure my name is "What mule, Hannah? 1
out. lie hat'of the elder \were before him. He Elder Brown," he said,. thickly. Then' "The mule you rode to town. !i
thnt; he had lifted up his holiest voice and cried he r.d-3 on. ,/ >>: For one,full minute the elder studied !
aloud for joy. her face. Then it burst from.his lips. i
nary. IV. : "" ell bless if I didn't Ba !
me bring
There The effect. was electrical for one instant i
To that Elder Brown suffered on laam and forgit the mule!" I iI _
Elder Brown the say
:street, and surveyed this back to Macon would The, laughed till .hinr eyes ran
long journey Artist it-ally Uensit Jin.
beast with horror but his
he wended againin only mildly outline his experience. His water.
more elate, understanding there rung out the early morning's: fall had begun to make "William," said she, "you're drunk." Without a IVer.

trumpet words, iUelf:; felt. He was sore and uncomfor- "Hannah," said he, meekly, "I know
pretty I IIT3; MECIINICAL rossIT :
down Drunk, drunk, drunk, drer-unc, .table., Besides, his stomach,:was empty, it. The truth is, Hannah, I-P'
keep "
'. and called for two meals it had missedfor : "iNever mind now,.William, :she; said HAS NO RIVAL !
faced -eruncunc, -unc.
and gently. "You tired and
the first time in are hungry.
: years.1Vhen ,
: He stooped instinctively for a missile Come into the house husband"
Elder sore and weary, the elder en- The new lines of attachment that are
the with which to smite his accuser, tered the city, the electric' lights shone Leading Balaam,she disappeared down t now being plae.'fl with each ."Domestic:'*
Castilian, but brought up suddenly with a jerk above it like jewels in a crown. Theeityslept the lane ; and when, a few minutes later I are specialties. No other machine has them
Hannah Brown and her husband entered j These attachments( and the new wood-work!
] that is, the better portion of
and handful of sand. Straightening ;
Again he a I make tho ":'DvHiu-stiu" than
through the' light that streamed out of J more cver.with-
it did. Here and there, however, the I
did not : himself up with a majestic dign- lower lights flashed out into the night. the .open door, her arms were around him j I I out question,

ends( small nity, he extended; his right harul4irnpressively. Moodilv the elder pursued his journey, and,her: face upturned to hi,.Harper's' The Acknowledged Standard of ,
and buttons and as he rode, far off in the night there Magazine for August. I
on, rattled "You're a goldarn liar Balaam, rose and quivered a plaintive cry. Elder I -.- -- -- --- -- .----- -- Excellence..

The girl and, blast your old buttons, you kin Brown smiled wearily; it was Balaam's Ail Open Frank LiCttcr. is by ,
for I'm appeal, and he recognized it. The ani- no means strange, that Dr. DlvillKelllwcly
walk home clanged
by yourself,
help it. ." mal he rode also recognized ,it, and re- s'lotild' have received the following letter. -FOR, SALKBY-
hand on the if you sh 11 ride me er step. plied, until the silence of the city was By reading it you will :see; in one minute
til several Surely Coriolanus never turned his destroyed.! The odd clamor and confusion why its writer could recommend it.-[Ev.] I! HENRY, JTIIOBEIN
:Mr. J. W. Homer, traveling agent for Am- I ,
to the back upon Rome with a grander dig- drew from a saloon near by a groupof I
bach, Burgandcr & Co., Baltimore. )hl.. '
hind nity than sat upon the old man's formas noisy youngsters: : who had been making says : My head felt had and I was suffering FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
and left the brute a night of it. They surrounded Elder from trial
laughed he faced about to indigestion. A uf' FavoriteItented"made
Brown as he began to transfer himself -
me feel like I
a new man.
the de
convulsed survey with anxious eyes new the beast to whose motionhe
to hungry cheerfully recommend! it to'all needing a Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
had been parture of his master. was more accustomed, and in the medicine of the kind." t Address,

resume her He saw the elder zigzag along the "hail fellow well,met" of the day began -_ DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,,
"Let me street, and beheld him about. to turna to bandy jests upon his appearance. Refrigerators at Fred W. Hoyt & Co.'s I RICHMOND. VA.Mott's .
Once he :Nov Elder Brown was not in a jesting Furniture Store, Centre Street. -
friendly corner. more
coming humor. Positively! he was in the worst .
seeing lifted up his ,mighty voice. humor possible. The result was that be- Gems Furnishing GoodsIn Sweet Cider at lOco a quart, at ,

just his ".Drunk, drunk, drunk, drer-unc, fore many minutes passed the old man all styles AT PAUL FU KE'S. JACOB KLAREU'S,.
waved her d reruncerunc, -unc, unc." was swinging several of the crowd by the Ii

dear, no Once more the elder turned with collar, and breaking the peace of the
my ;
city. A policeman approached, and but i .' '.
silo them lifted hand, and shouted back : ; ;. .
Uo, "You're' a liar, .Balaamgoldarni for the the elder's good-humored pluck ha'd''madej party, upon a'favorable whom ...... ....;"_." -' ... .' ..' \ t.7' : ;.;j"," .
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such a you You're er iffamous liar. Then impression, would have run the'old man 1i"'

forcing the he passed from view.III.. into the barracks. The crowd, however.. '{ FAMILY GROCERIES !r !,.t.
"Leave it drew him laughingly into the saloon
'i'I and to the bar. The reaction was too
ger things'n much for his halfrallied'senses.. lie I IWHITNER"
this Mrs. Brown stood upon the'steps yielded again. The reviving liquor pass-
know ; anxiously awaiting the return of her ed his lips. Gloom vanished He became -'

tumbled me liege lord. She knew he had with one of the boys. $1 SCHUYLER*
this mornin' The company into which Elder Brown
him of should
A large sum money, or had fallen was what'is known as "first-
to resume have, and she knew also that he was a class." To snch'nothin is so captivatingas

his man without business methods. She an adventure out of the common run

"You see had long since repented of the deci- of accidents. The gaunt countrymanwith .
half full of his battered hat and claw-hammer -" ''
; sion which sent him to town. When ; ;,'. V ;- V '
coat of .. :"\\ Have opened at the new and, .elegantly fitted Store, :' :: '
inter it was!; a prize an extraordinary na ,
; the old battered hat and flourcoveredcoat .: : :'':.'': ; <-'
him J
ture. They into a rear room, ,
thar l "
things loomed up in the gloaming and whose gilded frames and polished tables' iI1'TO
again, and confronted her, she stared with ter betrayed the character and purpose of

my dear, I ror. The next instant she had seized the place, and plied him with wine,until, 47 OE3KTT3ELE1: S :E=i... .. :; T, i
him for it." him. ten thousand! lights danced about,him.' ,
"Oh sir! The fun increased. One youngsterrmade
-For the Lord sakes, Elder Brown,
a political\ speech from'thc'top of a table;
sir, I think what ails you ? As I live, if the manain't another impersonated Hamlet finally I
brute did ; A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use:
drunk Elder Brown Elder Elder Brown was lifted into, a chair,
-I dare f say, Brown for the life of me can't I and sang a camp-meeting song. This .
faithful make hear? You old hypocrite was rendered by him with startling ef-'
you crazy
mischievous fect. lIe stood upright, with his hat
1 you desavin'old sinner you jauntily knocked to one side, and his
ions:, who black-hearted wretch where have '
you, coat tails ornamented with a couple of COFFEEPure
man was ben?" show-bills, kindly pinned on by his ad- I
He only The elder made an effort to wave hero mirers. In his left hand he waved the ,
: stub of a cigar, and on his .back was an
soberly. Woman," he said, with grand dig, admirable representation of Balaam's
"Mcbbe nity, "you forgit yussef; she know ware head, executed by some artist, with bil-
; I've ben 'swell'sldo. Ben to town, wife, liard chalk. i
mebhe I an' see yer wat I've brought-the fines' As the elder sang his favorite hymn, Spices, Canned Goods, I II 1
"I'm hat, ole ,woman, I could git. Look't "I'm glad salvation's free,"bis stentorian
now don't the color. Like goes 'ith like; ,it's red voice awoke the echoes. Most of the I l li
or a cloak an' you're red 'an': it's a dead match. company rolled upon the floor in, 'convulsions ,
What yer mean? Ilev! hole 'onI! ole' of laughter.
wife? woman!-you! Hannah. !-you." She The exhibition came to si: close by the 6
'' 'Yell, literally shook him into silence. chair overturning. Again Elder' Brown Imported Pickles and auG Dried Frutsflues I

that's my ; : "You miserable wretch. you low- fell into his beloved hat. He arose and; ,
Again the down drunken otl! what do you mean shouted\ : "Whoa, Balaam !" Again he

light. by coming homo and insulting your seized ,the nearest: weapon, ,,and sought:
bonnet wife?" Hannah ceased shaking him satisfaction. The young gentleman with
from'pure exhaustion. political sentiments was knocked under I

"Of ; "Where is it, I say? where is it?" the table, and Hamlet, only escaped injury CRACKERS AND CANDIES, :' i
pink silk, By this time she was turning his by beating the infuriated elder into .|-v' '-1'i'vV. < i.
side out. From she ', ,' ;'. f
thers. Just pockets wrong one the street. :' 4'
{ '
We have got pills, from another change, from an- What next? Well, I hardly know. : '.,.'f':t '.
stock." other packages. : How the elder found Balaam is a mys- >, :r'i;
"The Lord be praised, and this is better tery yet; not that Balaam was hard to I
Elder luck than I hoped! Oh'elder! elder! find, but that the old man was in no con- Toilet. ;; Soap and Perfumery, u |.;,
length, elder! what did you do it for? Why, dition to find anything. Still he did,and \: 0"'rr' : f,

"Well, man, where is Balaam?" climbing laboriously: into the saddle, he Best Brands Family Flour, Y j(1'',. !
it soot: a Thought of the beast choked off the held on stupidly while the hungry brute '".... ,,. .
threatened hysterics. struck out for home. :;.J; V fI
A "Balaam? Balaam?" said the elder I Choice Butter and Cheese, ', :; i
said; the groggilv. "He's in town. The infernalole V. t. <," '. f .i -.' f
dergone fool 'suited me. an' I lef' him to walk that '. ;' '., '> 'J_ : ,
a Hannah Brown did t not sleep '
did not home." night. Sleep'would not come. Hour .. !j\l: ;:; ;;i:r:: < '_:' 'fA" : ; Hams, Bacon, Lard, etc., 'J

She moment His wife'she surveyed did think him.his Really mind at that,was after hour passed, and her wrath refusedto .<.: ::5,:."...r"".. ..7"..; ,,.,,,....'.,...,." be She tried everyconceivable "
quelled. '

match" gone face enraged; but the her leer beyond upon endurance.the old man's method, but time hung heavily. Itwas :\j ., ,;;;,:' "; ::: : : >i, ;
not, quite peep of day, however, .. V
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; now, ',, .c '
: you when she laid her well-worn family Bible '"' ?J .<<; ,CIG-ARS AND" TOBACCOS \' ,V.>,:fr;> ,
cy's head's reckon you'll laugh for some cause, you aside. It had.been her mother's,and : '
Sorrel's will. Back you go, sir-straight back; i amid all the anxieties and tribulations p ::; : .. v-.t--rSi } )

her an' don't you come home 'thout that : incident to the life of a woman who had .'_ _, .'.- V .t., | ",
top-knot donkey or you'll rue it sure as I ' :*>j' cVVjFPCC
my name free negroes and miserable husband to ": ,- : : ; ,. : :
oughter brown. Aleck "Aleck- j.
to is Hannah !-you, manage, it had been her mainstay and :' ; -: .
the hat's ; k-k I comfort. She had frequently read it in .. ', Delivery. '. Fresh' Supplies WcclzlyVmart: :"j
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TlIE FLORIDA IInROI gence and ,the extinguishment of educational tax. This is a perversion RULES AND REGULATIONS, mediate or prompt, action is required shall-
to the President
IN RELATION TO report of the Board
! 1 vice. It is quite certain that educa- of the common school system, QUARANTINE.Adapted duty it shall be in every such case wi l( e
report ]
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. tion,,'by expanding the mind, enlarg- and levies the expense of educatinga :'to of institute the law in proceedings such case provfdedSEC. for the enforcement. *

and few the 'whole mass: of tax- by the Board of Health for Nassau 17. The '
ing its capacity for thought reflection upon Inspector shall
82 six
, Subscription per year; : months SI. (}"UlltFla.., May 18, 1885. visit at the 1'enunally
MI ought to make men better, payers. It is, moreover, to be said arriving at the quarantine I I harbor' as;grounds soon all vessels
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor SECTIOX.I. During the quarantine as iK) :ible
but it is painfully true that crime that the expected result of higher season after such arrival and there inspect
it shall be the duty of the pilots to conductto same, and if found in UP
I BATES OF ADVERTISING. goes on and that crimes against pro- education/so-called is to fit'men. for the quarantine grounds all vessels arriving dition, and not otherwise sanitary restricted, con

j Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for perty increase through the, greater professional life. This belongs to lines in of the coastwise harbor of steamers Fernandina, and, except bring the to shall quarantine give! a by certificate the rules of, of in.-pection this :Coardlt tc.>.

each subsequent insertion. skill of the educated criminal.We the individual to provide for, and anchor at such quarantine grounds all such health, which certificate shall fully i and
Sp\'ria.11ocal notices, 15 cents a line. identify
I vessels there to remain for such time as the
I the
vessel and to her
Reading notices,25 cents a line. not for the, public. Very of certify good I sanitary
must, however, make most many Port Physician shall designate, and the said condition. The certificate so

Special rate for time. advertisements upon application and best of our common schools. It our so-called high schools, ,academies pilots shall immediately notify the Port be demanded and taken up by given the Harbor shall
at the office.Communications Physician, bflying the national ensign at Master of the Port from the
that and even colleges are nothing the foremast-head, of the arrival of said master of any
is especially important we should i j vessel receiving the same ,and entering
all matters of local inter.ollc1tel I vessels and the said pilots shall hand the the
upon ; harbor, and by the Harbor
than schools. The Master
bear in mind that more high public deliverel
est from all parts of the county and from they are common \ I master or person having charge of said ves- to the President of the Board of

along the lines of Florida:railways.. schools, adapted to the capacity and ought not to be taxed for their sel, a copy of these rules and regulations.SEC. and no vc.8c1.shall be assigned tu any IIl'"JltIl'berth
2. All vessels quarantined under the
,<; All communications intended for publication intended to teach the children of the support. provisions of these rules shall remain at said in or allowed the harbor to",of approach any wharf or dock
i should be addressed to the Editor; all business Fernandina, or receive or
without communication
of the such knowl- TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. quarantine with discharge any cargo, without first
i letters simply to TIlE FLORIDA :MIRROR mass population the shore with obtainin-
or or
any person person such certificate. Provided
.- ,. edge as will be beneficial to them in The end of education being to,pre- whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsof tine! with reference to certificate, that this regnla

SATURDAY, AUGUST 1 18S5. the better of any description whatever, unless by spe- tion shall inspec l
the primal condition of pare men for : exercise not apply to coast\\iu steamers
ordinary: cial permission of the Port Physician ; and plying] between Brunswick
GENERAL GRANT. workers. The hard workers consti- the duties of citizenship, it is wellto no, person or persons, or boats or vessels, Charleston. New: York and Feriiainlina, Savannah: un*

%jii: On the whole, the expression of tute the great majority of mankind.It look into the practical working of shall any quarantined visit or hold vessel any communication, unless by special with less SEC.specially 18. It ordered shall be by the the Board.duty!"of the

the press and people of the South in is for their especial benefit that our present system in this respect. any authority quarantined from ,the vessel Port shall Physician hold\ communication ; and if- Quarantine into quarantine Inspector found to order] :all vessels

reference, to the death of General the common school system was es Whatever pursuit or occupation men with any other' quarantined vessel, to J he in a foul] and unsanitary npon inspection
then such vessel shall be con
follow they certainly need the quarantined for dition! to be thoroughly cleansed
tablished. The State undertakes to may and
Grant has been dignified and appro- fifteen days additional in addition to all disinfected. And all vessels
kind of which advantages a. conlmon school edu- other fines or penalties imposed by these from south of 2.30 arriving
"1 priate.: In some instances there has supply the teaching I regulations.SEC. ports north latitude and
and,which cation ; the laborer or the lawyer, any vessel which may! at any time within
< every citizen should have, 3. On and after the opening each sixty days next before her arrival have

insincere the mother of citizen should the mechanic or the minister, the year of the National Quarantine Station; at. cleared from or taken on ballast entered -
every (Sapelo Sound), all vessels from infected or
Aa4 cargo,or which may at the time of
in other words simply an farmer or the professor, equally need ports having sickness on board shall be directed have board arrival
natural and not unusual. possess- on any ballast or cargo taken on
by the pilot to proceed to said National -
school educa- this foundation. Technical''' educa- at any port or,ports south of 2.)0 north latitude -
The has been elementary common Quarantine Station.
war now over long : and vessel hailing from
tion is the superstructure which fits SEC. 4, Any vessel arriving at this port, touched having
at, entered taken
enough to enable us to do justice to bearing the certificate of the National Quar- or on ballast or

the good qualities of the leader of tion.Under the influence of zealous educators men for the special work in which antine Officer must be brought to anchor at cargo within, at sixty any days infected before or arrival suspected and port

they are to be engaged. The misfortune the quarantine .station, and there remain ; anyvessel
having sickness
the Union armies and to pass over there is a constant pressureto until released by the order of the Board of kind any
or having had sickness death
any or
, the faults of one of the worst civil extend the teaching of common of our present system of higher Health. on board within sixty days before arriving;
SEC. 5. All such vessels describedin
education is that it does not fit a as are and no vessel shall be released from
M administrations, of which he was the schools to more advanced studies, Section 3, arriving during the closure of or allowed to proceed to her destination quarantine -
and "raise the standard man for any other pursuit than that said National Quarantine Station shall an- until after full is made -
nominal head. The future historian to as they chor and remain at the Port Quarantine report by the

i I ,,,/'win credit him with the glory which call:it. This is generally unwise and of a. teacher. The academies, colleges Station under the personal supervision or of Inspector Health,and and Port then Physician only on the to authorized the Hoard

must'in 'first and universities are turning outas direction of Qiiarantine; Officer. permit of the Board, signed by the Secre-
We the
follows success, and will justly blame injurious. place | SEC.t6. All vessels arriving at' this port' tary thereof.
draw distinction between town and graduates men who do not know with sickness: on board, or having had the
a people who placed at the head of a j SEC. 19. The Inspector!' shall interrogatethe
will all
same during voyage at seasons of
the civil administration a man who country schools. The children at- what to do with themselves after- the year, no matter from what port, either master of any and efves el arriving.
The American anchor the under oath, touching all matters upon whichit
wards. supply of professional or foreign, at quaran-
had neither experience, training, nor tending town schools arc near at tine station, and there remain until releasedby is the duty of the Inspector and Port

natural abilities for the high office hand, and have no occupation which men is at.all times in excess of the order of the Board of Health. Physician to be informed, and if the masterof
SKO. 7. 'Vessels from south of 25 any vessel shall refuse to answer any
demand. It is to
ho filled. The fault lay with the they can pursue when out of schoolor poor economy north latitude will, during the entire year, qu'estion or questions put to him by the Inspector -
waste the time and cost of an edu- be to and or Port Physician or shall answer
when in school. Their required discharge any all ballastat
;,ti jKJOple who blindly bore on their not par- the quarantine station. evasively or untruthfully or if the Inspector

's r shoulders a military leader when ents are employees, and their children cation in producing a mere tramp, SEC. 8.; On and after May 1st and until shall have reason to suspect concealment
and there are to be found November 1st of each year, and longer if he may extend his examination to the crew;
,most, of all they needed a statesmanat can readily attend school nine the Board of Health so determineall coast- and it shall be his clutin such cases to

the helm. months in the year, and can there- who'k ow several languages, but do wise vessels t!' must anchor at the quarantine order the vessel into quarantine) there to
the order of the Board.
station. Vessels from non-infected
In the earlier period of the war, fore follow up their studies beyondthe not know how to earn their dinners. suspected ports will not be detained or longer non- SEC. 20. Every vessel shall be required,

armies and generals were directedin elementary form. On the other In education, as well as everythingelse satisfy than necessary himself for of the their quarantine perfect officer sanitary to without the ballast exception grounds, to on discharge Tiger Island all ballastat during -

their movements from the War hand, the parents of the larger por- the means should be adaptedto condition. Vessels from ports south of 25 the eason of quarantine.

in tion of school children in the the end. If we undertake to carry north latitude will have to comply with SEC.; 21. The Board of Health for said
Department Washington. It was country Section 7, be fumigated at least twice and county shall, and will in every case: sustain

,. General Grant's good fortune to come are independent householdersand the work of education, beyond the detained at least fifteen days. the Inspector and Quarantine Physician to
utmost, in all lawful acts and endeavorson
< SEC. 9. The coastwise steamers shall be
y to the front when the failure of his employers, or at least managersof common school, let us make it,prac- allowed to come to their wharves and be his part to enforce the quarantine regulations -

tically helpful towards getting a liv there inspected by the Port. Physician:: unless of this port, and the Inspector andPhysician
predecessors in these bureau-direct- their own farms. In the country of the Port is authorized to send
otherwise ordered him
4 ed campaigns had forced the author- every child over ten years of age is ing. The simple elements of mechanics or freight or baggage by shall, but be landed no person -, into quarantine any vessel upon refusal to
pay the fees prescribed by the port regulations ; -
ities at Washington to turn their at- a helper in some form in planting, horticulture and agriculture can nor permission persons be allowed given by to the go Port on board Physician until on demand for any purpose whatever,

'' as well be taught in a practical and if it be found ; there to remain until paid and the masteror
the Port
tention to raising armies, instead of driving, gathering, etc. The country way by Physicianthat person in command of any vessel, or any
said steamers have sickness
or con-
i 4 directing them. The success of Grantit people cannot spare the services of asin; a theoretical way. In carpen- tagious disease on board any, said steamers person refusing to recognize and I respect theauthority

try for instance there are four simple shall be immediately ordered to the or obey the order, of the Inspector -
' : Vicksburg gave him such a prestige their children for more than four ground.SEC. quarantine or Physician acting within his authorityor

that he was able to demand all months without loss and inconven- elementary processes: 1st, to saw I 10. From May 1st to November 1st any person obstructing the performanceof
his duties, shall be dealt with
r ience. We must therefore have or cut off a piece of timber at a true of each year, no vessel from an infected or law. :
moreover, a suspected latitude will be allowed to either

their disposition was left to him. different system for the town and angle; 2d, to draw a plane surfaceto lighter or bring cargo of fruit up to the city. shall SEC.keep 22. a The strict Inspector account of all and fees Physician collected: ,
SEC. 11. Pilots must:, in each case, before
i Successfully adhering to the simple country schools. Local taxation \ a uniform level and smoothness ; boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary and authorized to be collected pursuant to

'r policy of hurling superior masses must supplement the town schools 3d, to join two pieces of wood to- condition board if the of vessel vessels has; in sickness no case on must board: they, or render the regulations to the Board of a the monthly Board statl'lIlentof, and shall

upon his foe, he wore out the Con- and extend their terms and studies.In gether 'perfectly; 4th, to mortise or has had same during voyage ; in such cases the same ; which reports, certificates permits -
and statements shall all be filed
federate forces by the simple processof the country we must confine the make a true hole or cavity. All car- they Station must either, lead the direct vessel to in Sapelo, or have Quarantine their- the records of the Board by the Secretary among

attrition. His forces had then become teaching to thorough elementary pentry consists of these four elemen- small boat hoisted alongside clear of the thereof.Approved and adopted by the Board of
and in this
water, way pilot the vessel in.
M hardened into good soldiers, branches ; to spell well, read well, tary operations. Why not have a SEC. 12., sician shall receive,from Health for Nassau: County. May 18, 1883.
school of technology like our, busi- every vessel visited by him under the J. D. PALMER, President.
and it and pro-
c naturally followed that superior speak correctly ; to thorough visions of this ordinance, a fee of five dol- H. BAKER, Secretary.WILLIAM .

,t: forces would crush out the in- comprehension of the four rules of ness.colleges, to teach all the elemen- lars for foreign and three dollars for coastwise -

ferior forces. The arithmetic to accurate but tary forms of mechanical work, so vessels, and for each certificate of \
generalship consisted ; an gen- health issued by him under the provisionsof B. C. DURYEE
s i1 quite as much in the determined eral knowledge of geography, and a that the farmer, in case of need, can these regulations he shall receive a fee of I
two dollars, and for each and every vessel
1 will, which forced the Government general but correct and thorough make a bolt or a wedge, or shoe a fumigated he shall receive a fee of twenty COMMISSION: MERCHANT,

horse or build a barn etc. and at all dollars-for the first fumigation and for each
at Washington to fill up his knowledge of the simple outlines of and every subsequent fumigation a fee of -AND--
ranks to continue the terrible losses the history of the world. Astron- events know how it should be done? ten dollars, and any vessel having on board Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
sickness of an infectious! or malignant ,
Such should be any
he was meeting with constantly, and omy, chemistry, philosophy, etc., knowledge impartedas character shall pay the Port Physician, in

to keep down the murmurs, the should form no part of their country to enable a youth to go on with addition to the above fees, the sum of eight BY THE CARGO,
dollars per day for attendance, and a
{ criticism and the fire in the common school education becauseit any trade he desires. We at the
rearwhich reasonable charge for' medicines. In no For Domestic or Export Trade,

had been so disastrous to his is useless and impracticable to give South especially need men skilled case shall the Port Physician be entitled to
any other fees than those provided in these:
predecessors. He earned the honor any sufficient attention, and because I in mechanical colleges. No wiser regulations. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

3 of success which is the test by which teachers are not qualified and pupils : thing can, be .done in ,Florida. thanto and SEC.every 13. Each vessel and or every other person craft, ,who or each or

I mankind make: 'our Agricultural College aschool which shall be found guilty of anyviolation .
$ ; generally weighs general have not the time, unless at the sac- \ SEWING MACHINES,
of these their
regulations, or provisions
ship. rifice of thoroughness in studies of of technology, in connectionwith shall, upon conviction, be fined not more ALL LATE MAKES,
'; t When the conflict was brought to more practical importance to them. ,general elementary instruction. than $1,000 or be 'imprisoned for not more I
than two years, or both, at the discretion of Prices
For Sale at Manufacturers'
a close he was generous; and mag.w .Moreover, there is no propriety in the court.
ACCORDING to a hygienic, article '
SEC. 14. In case of the absence sicknessof
,. nanimous to the defeated*, and re- taxing,the public for higher educa- just published in the London Lancet: the Port Physician, he shall have author- -ALSOof -

|| laincd none of the rancor and bit- tion than the common school affords. ity to appoint a deputy, which deputy shall description, and
the appetite is a most misleading be a practicing physician.SEC. ATTA HMENTS any Machine,
rS| tcrness of the politicians. In this HIGH SCHOOLS. 15. The Inspector and Physician of
; sensation related to for sale.
|jp lie stood out in contrast with Sherman The mass of the people begin and only said Port shall report at each regular meet -
the actual demands of the organism.If ing of the Board, all vessels arriving at the moderate
:!:i01(1 Machines repaired at
; who will never evoke from the end their. school education in the harbor of Fernandina, destined for any portin /::;
jJ North or the South the respect or common schools. A small percentage we only ate more deliberately we the county condition of Nassau of and such report vessel.the HENRY HOBEIN,
should find half our accustomed sanitary every Corner Third and Ash Streets
ta admiration felt for General Grant. of scholars are qualified or desireto The port or ports from which every such 8 Fernandina. Fla.:
quantity of food sufficient to satisfythe vessel ,cleared or at which she may have
i The feeling at the South is not as go beyond the teaching of the most of touched within sixty days next before her: -

||S I effusive as at the North, but it is common school. In some parts of eager cravings hunger, arrival ; the character of lading of every I C. C. STRATTON & CO.,
and hence save ourselves from dys- vessel, whether arriving in cargo or' ballast,
quite as genuine and heartfelt.OUR the country this want has been sup- and if in ballast the kind of ballast where '
pepsia. taken on and where discharged ;"and further, OF MACON
EDUCATIONAL plied by a system of graded schools, the mode or method adopted by him in the

",' SYSTEM. which engraft upon the common The New York Board of Alder- matterof cleansing or disinfecting any vessel HAVE MADE THE MODE BUG'S',
requiring purification or arrivingfrom ( Fla., the
,, COMMON SCHOOLS, HIGH SCHOOLS AND school advnaced classes, embracing men have chosen Riverside Park as an infected or suspected port, and the char- Agents to contract for the sale of their

i TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. chemistry natural philosophy the last resting place for the remains acter and quantity of material'used or employed -
astronomy for such purpose and shall report all BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .
The General Grant. The site chosenis
common school is the (
I system algebra, geometry, and sickness oT any kind found on any vessel

I boast of our American people. They sometimes even music and drawing; a sort of promontory on the Hud- arriving number,sick.the etc.character 'of the disease, the wishing to purchase will get all information

., : attribute to it a regenerative and and in large towns and cities a high son river, and is the highest land in SEC. 16 The Inspector ''shall further report Samples as of regards different prices qualities from them.and styles I
Manhatten It is to the Board without
ille. and
wonderful and from some seven delay any be at the office of
school can seen
power, expect is organized
; as a departmentof miles from the heart of New York every violation or infraction of any of the'
it the creation of virtue and intelli. education to be, supported by the rules or regulations of said Board relating MODE BRO'S
city. ; '
to quarantine ; and in all cases where im"vi" 26 Fernandina.

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: _",I ,, '- : 1875
STILL RECEIVING, WEEKLY, LARGE SHIPMENTS OF.PfNE"VV ""? ''<''';'} : 'Y: '-:-' :: 7i 'fr" '.

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As nearly all competitors; are now selling their goods at man-
ufacturers' prices, it is my intention to dispose of my entire stock .

LARGE LINE OF_ of Spring and Summer Goods -



Jtfainsooks Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, Centre Street
in order to make room for, my Fall and Winter Stock, which, I
Linon de Deccas etc. '
intend shall surpass anything ever before brought to this city. My FERXAXDINAFLORIDA,
'I stock comprises in part Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots

f ,G,, i II DRESS OOODSI SUMMER SILKS' \!Il d''I. and Shoes, Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold KEEP and constantly DOMESTICDrugs of FRESH on and hand PURE a fine assort-FOREIGN -

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and White; SPECIAL Homceopatliic and Patent Medicines,
Laces, Embroideries, Hamburg EdgingsBARGAINS in these Goods. but are offered at lower figures than can be secured at any auction ,

sale. They are from the best: known manufacturing and importinghouses Proprietary and Fancy Goods,

#2TA FINE LINE CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTH :ANDO in the country, and are worth double the'price I am ask-
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to make room for the large shipments I am constantly .fI2J""' Physicians' Prescriptions
carefully compounded with at
receiving by New York Steamers. I would say to those who are in pure Drugs,
?-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars andover reasonable prices.
$ need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line,to give me a call '

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CITY OF SAN -A.1VTO3VIO FINE STEAMSIIIPS-. 1,080 TONS I I/JIffU/ [ (I SUMMER 1 GOODS\ \\\\\hlllll\\\ I Il IlI m'II (;:p':! t=j"2..".O.iS-sis,7 L:r:;:."p=': r7 >

:ST.ATI: : OF TEXAS, 1,542 TONS..CA.ItONDELET I 'I =:. 81')0: 5-ra (
1,508 TONS. II I -gfeT2.sW.2In: _C') : .- m g

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EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
Tsonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
This Line, having no Transfers between Fcrimmlina and New ALOXZO B. NOTES, 1 I'

The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED ,)', JOHN H. WADLEIGH. ?
connections at FERNAXDItfA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL- A the above entitled cause, and process f
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. DRESS GOODSCONSISTING regularly issued therein, and it appearing i
.JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT that the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleigh .,
KAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the and John H. Wadleigh reside beyond the I
PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD limits of the State of Florida, to wit,in one
/or LAKE WEIR. OF- of the United States. i iIt d

THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For is therefore ordered that the defendants, :
Ellen E.Wadleigh and the said John II.
freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to Wadleigh, do appear in the said Circuit ,
R. 1V. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Nun's Veiling Court and demur plead or answer the said :
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. bill on or before the first Monday in December {
H. MALLORY & CO., next, A. D. 1885 otherwise the state- "
ments, averments and charges in said bill (
Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- and White Goods of,all -::: .
Buntings Descriptions:: 331f contained will be taken as confessed and a '
decree pro confesso entered therein in con-

GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. formity to the rules regulating such causes. t
July 8th, 1885. i

DOTTERERINVITES I (mAT'(i ,GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. I \, 1"1"'I Clerk Circuit JOHN Court A. ,EDWARDS Nassau Co.,,Fla. l x

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SHADES WALL PAPER etc. stock is and CHARLES A. Norm,
our complete.
Ji i vs. \\-In Chancery.

Our SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment and, price, with any ELLEN S. WADLEIGH,(,JOHN I 1 i
in the State. B. NOYES.: j

FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT (up stairs) embraces a line of A the above entitled cause, and process E
regularly issued therein, and it appearingthat !

Goods that cannot be excelled in the State-from the cheapest Cottonadeup two of the said defendants, to wit, p

manufactured.In leigh, reside beyond the limits of the State ,
to as fine a line of Diagonals as .
PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAl States.It of Florida. to wit., in one of the United "r.

ALPACAS, PONGEES and SEERSUCKERS, we arc offering is therefore ordered that the said defendants
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and ri
bargains, to make room for our Fall stock. John Wadleigh, do appear in the said o

+- Circuit Court and demur, plead or answer
-=: TEAS OD COFFEES JGST Orders by'mail promptly attended to the said bill on or before the first Mondayin 5.
FINE December next, A. D. 1835 otherwise the ,
+ statements, averments and charges in said
: bill contained will be taken as confessed, i,
THE BEST GOODS OF THIS' DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.NE'V <: and a decree pro confesso entered therein in r
.c R conformity to the rules regulating ,such

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GOODS Received by;, Every Steamer- : #: ,.. July 8th. 1885.JOHN. 1 i;
: ,, ) :A. EDWARDS.Clerk : ;
Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. t

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N GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff-\\". W.: Tumblin, Starke. Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Shuler..
Collector of 'Revenue.-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent Schools-Dr.T.Hi:Jackson. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

Santa Fe.Stcperirtcncdeut.
:dtetl States OfHcers. MADISON COUNTY.
I of Schools-L. B. Rhodes,
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Starke. County Judge-II., M. Witherspoon, Madi

ilcg/1ter-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. son. '
'Recehcr-John F. Rollins Gainesville. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore; Madison. .
General- County Judge-Jtuncs A. McCrory,. City Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison

: Point. Superintendent of:.Sc/cools-Samuel: J. Perry,
DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Madison.
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{,. Julge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.. Sheriff-John H.' Laws, City Point. TreaauresttSniith.Matlison.' z\i
Jus/"al-.1. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector rfReveuueD.W.McQuaig.Brevard _. _
Collector of Revenue-B. D.. Wad \\'urth, -ajs Tc=aa8araip.amc- iy2JfWl HM'BiMSH*''* !*'1"i-j
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.INTERNAL County.Superintendent. Madison.' '. .. I

REVENUE. of Sclflols1. E. English, MANATEE COUNTY. t'' I

Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Titusville. CALItOUCoundyJudgeWilliam\. County Judge=Z'/T.: Crawford, )lanate .

t COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Clerk=Robert 8. Griffith Manatee.
John W. Howell, Fernandina. Clark. Sherijf-A.'S. Watson, Pine. Level.

Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.F. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton,
E. Witsell, St. Augustine. riff-Josef1h S. Stone.Treasurer Popash. .

".'/1,'" "' -J. P. Richards.Collector Superintendent of Schools Felix J.Seward,
Ret'clIuc-Jnel P. Atkin;
..., Slate Ollicers. ., of ,Pine Level., .
Cox well.
Superintendent of SC/WfJls-Wq.: !
EXECUTIVE \ T.nOL'erwrEdwarll. CLAY COUNT Connty'Jllgeamuel F. Marshall, Ocala.

A. Perry, ,Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange
. kr Lieutenant Got'Ulwr-litun! II. Mabry, "/H>-ritf--\. B. Crutchrield Ocala
Park. Collector of Re'enue'V. 1". Trantham,
IJcesbur I Clerk-J. Weston.. Green Cove Spring. Ocala. .
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- : Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove
lahasscc Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine,.

,utroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Springs.Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. Fort McCoy. -
7rcfLSlLrcr-E. S. Crill. Superintendent{ of Schools R. W. Davis, MONROE COUNTY.
Attorney-General M..Cooper, Tallhaas- Middleburg. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.
see. Clerk-T'eter T. Knight, Key West.,
Commissioner of Lands-C.. Mitchell.. COLV'MDI.COUSTY. Sheriff George A..Demerritt; Key Wot.. SOUTH PUB.CO.//x'U fcwrti -.---- = _
Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. County Judge W. M. Ives,Jr., Lake City. Collector of Relcnuela. S./ Moreno,
Russell, Jacksonville. CLerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key "Test. '

4 4Uutart-General-David Lang. Sheriff J. ,Yo Perry, Lake City. ;Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key1West. Ao Do NOYE
Collect of Tfl.rJ. L. Parish, Lake City. 9
SUPREME COURT. Superintendent of Scho ls-J ul i usPotsda mer, NASSAU COUNTY. I

p1 '' Chief JIIsticc.-Geo. G. McWhorter. Lake City. County Judge-Ilinton.. J. Baker, Fernan- DEALER IX
As tclatf. Justice-George .P. Raney, Talla- DADE. dina. .

has et>. County Judge Allen E. Heyser.Clerk Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES
, Associ'aC.Tusttce-Il. B. Van Valkcnburgh, -1\ W. Faulkner. Sheriff John' A. Ellermann Fernandina.Asae& ,,
4d' Jacksonville.ClerkD. Sheriff""Ill. M. Mattsuir.Treasurer ;or of Tares. Wm. II. Garland, Fer-
C. Wilson, Tallahassee. -J. ""n1. Ewan. nandina.. Hay and Grain, : Ship Stores,

CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector Rez'cuuc-'Ym.. H. Benest. Collector of Revenue-:Warren F. Sott.: Fer-.
First Circuit-Augustus :E. Maxwell, Pen- nandina. FURNITURE STOVES
Schools L. W. Hi
.; sacola. Superintendent of gin-
Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahassee. County Judge William:A. McLean, Jack bothum. Callahan. CROCKERY; HARD'TAREYII..LOrYARE..
J sonville. County Trcfl.ureeGustav Stark, Fernan-.
' Third Circuit -E. J. Vann, :Madison. Clerk-Thomas E, Buekman, Jacksonville. dina.

Fourth CrcLtit-Jam M. Baker, Jackson- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ORANGE COUNTY.
ville. Assessor of Tares Daniel. P. Smith Jack- County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando Prices Low as tIle Lowest. i ix.

; Fifth{ Ci.rcuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- sonville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. .
ville. Collector of R'lenueIoses .1. Brown, Collector of llet'C1L1le-F. T. Harclman, Orlando. E. corner Outre antI Second Sis., FcriiaiulinnAT Flu.r .

aft' Sixth G'ircltit-H. Mitchell, Tampa. Jacksonville. .
Schools-Albert J. Russell -------
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Circuit E. K. Foster Sanford. Superintendent
fit. Jacksonville. Superintendent of School*-John T. Beeks,
? I Fort I eif1. i d I ; ,
Ciurt' Calendar. ESCAMBIA., Suireyor-J. 0. Fries: Orlando. : 'i'S'E t

y County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. i 7i.easurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. :
-4 FIRST CIRCUIT. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua.
Fall Term- POLK. .,
' Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. County Judge-J. A' Fortner.
' Santa Walton Rosa 4th, 2d Monday Monday in in October.October. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Clerk-:?,. J. Pea rce. : ? : .i3N' G- cDI: E:; IX'IN' G--
Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. :
# Sheriff W.M. Bowen.
4i Holmes, 2J Wednesday after 4th Monday -
in October. Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Treasurer-F. F. Be ville.

$t Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday \NKLIN. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Filles.
4 in October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-1'. R. rcCrar '. 'VV. J. LOHMIAJNPSI

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

October. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Judge of Probate B. Harrison, Palatka.:
1'scambia,1st Monday in December. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Clerk-" F. Forward, Palatka. .
This act amended section 2 of act of February Collector of'ell1le-Geor A. Patton. Sheriff Thomas Shally. HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY XEW'XD SPACIOUS STORE,

A 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Collector Price.
f Rezcnne-Juseph COR Z TL.R: OF' SIXTH ,AND .ASE STE.EETS.,
Spring Term. GADSDEN. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.

Spring Term-
Clerk S. Reeves. TAYLOR COUNTY. .
Taylor 1st: Tuesday after 1st Monday in -Henry
April.Madison. Sheriff{ =Thomas Mitchell. County Judge-W. II. Parker, Perry.. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
+ \ Smith. GOODS
2d Monday in April. Trea.Urer-A. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry.
iJ h Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Collector of Rez'cmtc-It.Morgan. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. ,
.F Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L.Allison. Superintendent of Sc/tOols-T. J. Faulkner.
a Suxvanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday
in April. HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry ,
Columbia 3d after 4th County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
Monday Monday County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper.
in April. Clerk-J. :M. Caldwell, Jasper. County / -D. N. Cox, Perry. COMPRISING I-ULL; LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS: AND EMBRACINGALL :
6th after 4th Collector of JferaiK"JB.< Hardee, Perry. THE
r "Lafayette, Tuesday Monday. Sheriff-Sampson Altman, Jasper.
u c in April. : Collector of Revenue W. H. II. McLeod. SANTA ROSA. .'

Fall Term-, Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain. NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in of Schools-J.. Reed, Clerk-R. R. Shepard.

ljr October. Jasper. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. FOR THE NPIIPXC AXI SUMMER TRADE.
Madison, Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Rl'tenue-'V. J. Williams.

ri x ,. u Suwannee Hamilton, 4th 1st Monday in after October.4th County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville.Clerk Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. HMV PRICES .ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VAL-
Monday Monday =

' Columbia Monday after 4th Monday -J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- :
October. Collector of 1ll't'cltnt-Jno.E. King, Lecanto. tine. J. LOII.1I.IX, ('01.. Sixth and Ash Sts.
Assessor of To.xJ. F. Shands, Brooks- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St.
Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday Augustine.
,J in October. :xillc. She7-iff-Ramon Hernandez: St.Augustine
.3 FOURTH CIRCUIT Superintendent of Schools"". C. Zimmerman Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,

:h4 Spring Term Floral City. St. Augustine. .
j St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Peter Arnau, -

Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. THE OELEBRATEDVVOOTON
r Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Clerk-" A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

a A Taker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, '
,, Nassau, 3d Tuesday: in April. Collector of Rez'enue-'V. J. Martin. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lecsburg. DESKS
Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. S.
1I0:' 11*!. Sheriff-J. Dyches, Leesburg.
Fall Term- Collector Hutchinson
+ of Revenue-Joseph ,
County Judge-A. H. Brownell. .
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk T. H. Pitman. Sumtervi jIF.','-'= SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
ti' Clay 4th Tuesday in September. N. Ellis. Superintendent of Stho'oh-A. H. .Helven-
: Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Sheriff-Thomas ston, Sumterville.
Treasurer Daniel D. _
I: d Tuesday in October.
Nassau 3d in Collector ofllct'enue-William Tucker. SUWANEE COUNTY.. _
t; ; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools,,"h i nell Cn rr '. County. Judge-M. M. Blackburn, LiveOak. : a Ia' EVERYDon'nELIGllTEo..

Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. 't.
Term- County Judge-George F. Baltzell.- Ma,.
't Spring a
4 Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. a r- s
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Frank Philips.!
Collector of Ikvcnne-Wilson H. Sessions, J
W, Marion, 4th Tuesday in March, Sheriff Andrew Scott. born. --
'1;: Putnam, 21 Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Treasurer-James E. Ileani. Wei 1
Sc/1001s-.1. O. C. Jones
Superintendent of
Collector Ret'ellttC-John B.
March. of Anderson. Xo. S riot Top.
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Erwin. Live Oak. Why use Desks of ordinary
, March. VOLUSIA COUNTY. construction when for slighJr
James II. Chandler Enter-
County Judge-
f" Alachua 4th after 4th
Tuesday Tuesday additional cost can have-
in Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. you
I Fall April.Term- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. the benefit of our improvements

i Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Shetiff-'V. A. Cone, Enterprise. ;' ? Awkward closets antL
Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. :
Superintendent of .Schools-W. R. Collector Rct.'enue-P. X. Glen 4- 1ry'' _
Taylor of
Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Cove. Bryan, 't ,,,, -.- side drawers done away with
Putnam :2d Tuesday in November.
County.'n'eaUre-'Y. M. Girardeau Mon Schools L. D. Huston l We substitute revolving cases-
'' Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello.: Superintendent of e A, 71 a + : Ft f"
which swing with a slight
Alachua 1st after 4th
t Tuesday Tuesday
:*' November.. Collector of Retenue-J. II. Tucker' Mon w WAKULLA COUNTY. e"' ;1 touch of the hand, and are-

,ri,4 +i SEVENTH CIRCUIT. ticello. LAFAYETTE. COUNTY.. County Judge-W.A. Giles: Crawfordville. s rre I "" n;, a !i y'I thus enabled to furnish doubtc-
Spring Tt-1'm- Sheriff Charles Alligood. Crawfordville.
County W. J. Dixon New 4'a I d -- '' ---- -_= the space generally given ore
Orange, 4th Monday in January. Judge- Troy. Clerk-Xat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.:
Yblnsia, 3d Monday in February. Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, each side; and when cases are-

g'mfv\ Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Clerk-Ncal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Craw fordviJl e. I open, the whole interior is-

w Dade,3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.namse ",x ew County TreasurerW.. Walker, Craw flooded with light and al
Fall Term- Troy. fordville.
s Orange, Monday in August. County Trea.311rer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Collector of RevenueR.C. McMillan,Craw 7 o. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached with-

Volus, 2d Monday in September. Troy. fordville. change of position. A variety of rotary;cases are offered for selection, and applied te'

Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, WALTON. the Desk as wanted. We apply this'principle to a great variety of desks.
2d Monday in November. Old. Town.. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. .;
Assessor of. Taxes-David; R. Clerk-D. G. McLeod.

19 i County Officers. Troy. Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. : JL TaE:: V700TO'NCabillct '
LEON COUNTY. Trea.3urer-Jnmcs S. Bower : :

AH.CHUA. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee., Elector of Ret'env.e'v. B. McLeod. Ji sliiisR7L

County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff-A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. verintendcnt of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. yHLi 'iir r S3 g= -53SSSE -. Office Secretary-.
ville. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. ?

Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.Sheriff Superintendent of Schools-Henry X.'Felkel, Coon (Judge-\Vrn. B.. Jones. MN
S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Tallahassee. Clerk-
Gofeetorof Ret'enue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Sheriff-\P.Mvin. The most spacious nnd elegant desk ever presented
ville.Svpcrintendetit. Collector of Rct'e7zue-C. C. Pearce T lla- ,
Treasurerhomas Miller. ? } and
J. ==t? {zwz q to the business public. One hundred
of Schools-W. X. Sheats, hassee. Collector
Gainesville. LEVY' COUNTY. of Rvpenue-John ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Horn.
BAKER COUNTY. Cl.erk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. oneIock: and.key. Especially adapted for Merchants -

County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Sheriff J. S. Parker,': Bronson. Manufacturers-,- Bankers, ':Railroad Officials -
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Ret'enue-n.. Barco, Cedar Dissolution of Copartnership. 1 and Professional generally.Wootoii .
Sliertff V. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Key.Superintendent. .
Collector of r"ctenrte-J. R. Herndon, San- of ScJiools J. B.*Menden- THE partnership the _heretofore, existing: be- oMw .ol.b I j f
late Charles Angel, his heirs'
erson.SLperinfmtlent hall Bronson. : "
and Emil O. Friend, under the firm name
Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. Chalker, LIBERTY. of Angel fc Friend, has been dissolved by Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS

County Judge-M. J.Solomons r'? mutual consent. The undersigned will continue .
: BRADFORD COUNTY. Clerk-'V. W. Jeter. the business, collect all bills and pay'I WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CORICIIMPXI -

County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Sheriff=11. F. Hosford. all debts. EMIL 0. FRIEXD.. '
Clerk-Ilenry F. York Lake Butler. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. ; ;
Fernandina Fla. 1st 1885.
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I 'r ; ,", I RAILROADS. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Connections
Montgomery with Louisville
MAlturMTURI .".,'.' .. .k., -' I and Nashville Railroad for New-
.::: :5.f: : : TIME CARD Orleansand Texas points and the West and

I, ,, : .. ': 'k.,, ',.4, .l or THEFLORIDA ,(JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.). Northwest.Railroad At Savannah with Central
WESTWARD. of Georgia for all points West and
,. RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPA5Y.In ., No. 1. No. 3. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -

Day Pass. Night Pass. for all points North, with steamships

,,: ., .. Effect June 16, 1885. Leave JacksonvIlle....... 7.30 in 3.55 p m for New York Boston and Baltimore. At

." ;.,. :..'",">. C': 4 ,... ,, .- ,,'..'f' Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m" Charleston with steamships for New York.
; :: =: ,. i Leave Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43pm Philadelphia and Baltimore,

'. '. ,P". .. :,.: = (FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY!) u Lake City.......... ,9.47 am 6.40 Pm Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail

: ; (Central, or Jfinetieth Meridian, Time.) 14it Live Oak............10.31 a m 7.4311 m and Steamship connections and 'Baggage

Madison ............11.57a m 9.15 p m Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths .
WILLIAMS & SWANN GOING SOUTH. Monticello ........12.40 pill and sections secured at Con'tparn's'office in
FLORIDA I MIRRORs Day Pas. Nt Pas Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27 pm Astor's Building, 84 ,Bay street! and at Depot -

A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee........'2.32pm 12.00 n't Ticket Office and on board People's

SUCCESSORS OF THE Leave Fernandina....10.25 5.45 Quincy .............. 3.34 p m 1.22 a m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAIIOOCHM
i Leave Hart's Road Junetion..l0.50 6.25 Arrive.Chatta. River..... 4.50 p m' and JENNIE LANE.

Arrive Callahan....................11.42 7.25 JAS. L. TAYLOR.
Land & Immigration Co.
Florida Leave Callahan:...................11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No..,2. No.4. General Passenger Agent.

P. M. ; R. G. FLEMING, huperintendent.

.. ,' ., "' ,..' Offer on easy'terms, or for cash, Leave Button.................. ....12.22 8.25 River.10.45 Day Pass.a m'Ni ht Pass.LeaveChatt'chee .

Arrive Brandy Baldwin Branch12.38..... ..............12.55 9.10 8.43 Quincy ..............1 ?20 pm 2.07am Florida Southern Railway Co.
Leave Baldwin.. 1.00 9.50 Arrive Tallahassee........1.27 pm 3.36 pin

375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville.................... 1.32 10.18 Leave" Tallahassee 1......., 1.34 p m 3.48 p m ORANGE BELT ROUTE.
Monticello......... 2.30 p in
Leave Highland.... 1.50 10.36.
Madison! ............ ,4.15pm 6.36pm GOING SOUTH.
Leave Lawtey. ... 2.04 10.55
BINDERy Lands ; Live Oak...........: 5.39 p m 8.33 a m Mail. Gmnesv'le
Hammock and Pine on Leave Tern pie's. .. 2.20 11.17
Lake .......... 6.33 9.47 Leave
Leave Starke....'.. 2.42 11.1:1.Lcave : City p m a m Express,.
Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01 11.26 am via J.T.& K.W.
and the from Thnrston_. 2.54 11.43 pm R'y.12.48 p m ........-.
,adjacent to Railway : Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31: a in Leave Palatka...........: 2.a' p m .6.00 a m

Arrive 'Va 3.14 12.11 A.M. Arrive Jacksonville..... 8.50pm 12.16pm J eaveJ.T&K'VJ.n..2.50pm ......... .

Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar Leave Waldo.. 3.25 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily ; 'Trains 3 and 4 will Arrive" Interlachen_.... 3.36 p in 7.25 a mWait's

.. Leave Gainesville........ 4.10 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a In
of Mexico. No i "
:, ..: Key on the Leave Arredondo......... ......... 4.33 will run Mondays. Gruelle .........? 4.40 p m 0.20 a m
"'+;'V; 1 id .s'T: ':< ::" Leave Palmer........ ........... 4 46 ...a. ST. MARK'S BRANCH. Gainesville.....' 5.35 p In 11.05 a m
lands in Florida are more desirable :Micanopy...... ......... 4.30pm '
I.eavE'rcher.... 5.06 .. Leave Tallahassee.................... ... 8.00 an; Lochbie .........
Peaches Melons and Leave Bronson.........:.. 5.39 ....;. Arrive Wiiknlla............................. 9.05 a 111 u Reddick......... 5.15pm 5.27 ,10.12am
for Oranges, Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.23 ...... I p>> m 10.25 a m
Arrive St. Mark's..............;.......... 9.30am ,Ocala............ G.05pm 11.05am
Leave Rosewood 7 01; .' Leave St. Mark's..........................10.00 a. in "WVlshton ..... 6.31
HAVING ESTABLISHED A LOOK early Vegetables;, none containing Arrive Cedar'Key. 7.35 ....;. I Arrive Waknlla.................... ...::....10.25 a m N. Lake Weir.: 6.55pm p m ,11.57am 11.32 a in

in connection with GOING JJOKTH. Arrive Tallahassee.......................11.30 a m .. S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 12.03
better and more accessible bodies of ., pin p in
Day.Pas. Nt Pas. Conant........., 7.10 p m 12.13 p in
Printing Office, we are prepared. to HULK A.M. CONNECTIONS.At ,Lady Lake...... 7.13 p m 12.17 pan
Yellow Pine Timber also the ..
ANn :\1.\ Ul\l'TUlm as Leave Cedar Key.. 7.30 Jacksonville with Waycrbss Line for .Leesburg: ......; 7.S5; pIn :12.40: p m
Leave Rosewood( 8.05 all North and East with
., and Red points ; the Fernan- GOING NORTH.
: more valuable Hard Woods Leave Otter Creek................. 8.32 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan

.s'. ... .;.,.. .. Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on Leave Leesbnrg......... 7.30 a m 1.40 p m
I Arrive Lake......
Lady 7.52
." Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Archer 9.46 the St. Johns River St. .. a.m 2.02 p m
Augustine, etc. .
., Conant............ 7.55am
:- I Leave Palmer .......................10.03 ...... At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen-. 2.0G p m
I I' ,, J r I. ranges for cattle ..'and sheep,.and nolands Leave Arredondo..-.10 18 ..:..l. insular Division for Gainesville Ocala Fer- S.N.Lake Lake Weir.Weir.8.10am.. 8.03 a m 2.15 p m

ALL I KINDS I 'i Leave Gainesville...........1......10.24 ....L nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. "I( '\. 2.22 pm.h5hton..L t
in the State are in a more satisfactory Arrive Waldo...... .. ..:..........11.28 ....... At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida .. ( 8.34 a lit 2.48 p m
I Oc.t1n..h: 9.00 a III 3.17 p mReddick
& Western Railroad.At ..
A. M. ........... 9.38
Waldo...... '. .11.53 2.20 Tallahassee with a m 3.57 p m
shape for successful coloni- Leave ; ';? I St. Marks Branch h Lochbie.........,9.50am 4.09pm

-I- P. M. Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat' U Micanopy:: ....... ......... 7.50pm
j Leave Tlmrston. ..12.15 2.50 ..
zation or resale: by capitalists.For ; urdays.At" Gruelle ..........10.20 4.40
I Leave Starke.........................12.48 3.10 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- a m I p>> m
Gainesville .....,11.15am
information and Leave Temple's .-.;*.-........12.53 3.18 cola & Atlantic Railroad Marianna.. Pen "' 5.15pm
further terms Wait's
Cross'g..ll.50 a m 5.40
Leave Lawtey. 58 3.42 sacola :Mobile :Montgomery, New Orleans, "' p m
Interlachen ....11.30 a m 6.42
Leave 1.15 4.05 Louisville and all West Southwest p m
Highland points "
address J.T&KWJ'n.l2.15pmPalatka .........
BU\NK BOOK@ Leave Maxville..................... 1.334.35 and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola OJ
..........13.30 p m 8.00 p ui
Arrive Baldwin .;. 1.53 5.05 Columbus and Eufaula. ". '
Jacksonville .
WILLIAMS & SWANN, Leave BaldwIn........ ........... 1.57 5.40 The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to v.JT&KWRy
2.10 ........
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 all points West. On pm.
Sundays a fast p'assenger train will be t
FEIIXAMDINA, FLA. Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 For information respecting routes rates, Palatka
run leaving at 7.30 a. m.. connecting
Arrive Callahan.................... 3.00. 6.50 etc., apply to General Ticket Office F rnan- with train for -
-- Leesbnrg at Gruelle.
I, ;. ; ;''" .--l'on"BAILROADS 'f,:, ', '"., ., Leave Callahan...................... 3.10 7.20 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 m. connecting -
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 sonville.
with train from
Leesbnrg at Gruelle
: Arrive Fernandina................ 4.25 8.50 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths and arriving at Palatka at'G 30 m. .,
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.:. r;, ', '. ; $S& Day Passenger daily except Sunday; secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, O. W. BROMWELL
;; "J'.," .t.1: } e.' ...'.. :, :"' '," : Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. and at new office southwest corner of Bayand.Hogan. General Pass. Agent.
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MERCHANTS, ; o;!;'' i--..)I. -<( .: .1'f -:t.. : Leave Waldo......... ................ 3.20 12.25 D. MAXWELL., Ii[
:' ;" :: ;(:. '. : ": :" ;, .' ::,: : '':1; Leave Dixie..............:. 339 12.54 I General Superintendent.
.f: ; Leave Hawthorne............. .... 3.54 1.20 Fernandina Fla. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES'Combbed
Leave Lochl 4.12 1.42
Orange Box: end Shingle Machine
BANKS, DETO.ALSO Leave Citra. 4.34 2.00 Savannah, Florida &'Western R'y. Eazle Gins Saw Mills Planers Jlennws &o

Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.48 2.24: -' Aek for 'Catalogue nnd Prf"p9 frffore btivln*.

Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02: 2.42 WAYCUOSS SIIORT LIXE.

.,- THE FLORIDA Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.34 RANDlE&DUBANMACHfClh

Leave Ocala........................... 5.56 3.34Leave'Lake : All train? of this road are Central 65, 61, 69, ELM ST., CINCIK.1AT1, 0.

IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Weir Station;. 6 36 4.27 I, ((90th) :Meridian time, which 1st: 33 minutes (Write for Catalogue and m-nticn this paper.) t
'l'O\vX Leave Oxford: 6.52 4.47 slower than Jacksonville, time.OX !t1
Leave Wildwood. 7.08 5.14 t

Fcraamliim Leave Leesburg..................... 7.38 5.59 and after Sunday, :May 3d, 1885, $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT \\I I//

Arrive Tavares............... 8.10 6.47 Passenger. Trains will leave and arriveas % f

Towns 011 K. K. Line GOING'NORTH. follows: ON receipt of $5 we :::::s -= F:2: -.

| Leave Tavares.......................A.7.15 I[. ,P.M.7.30 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.: will send you an Elec- =- -'-:--,;; r
1vtUi ij t M&BftMS&S NVSAL R R)11 Ami Cedar Key. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a m tric Lamp. Burglar ::::: .;::::
Leave 7.44 8.25
Leesburg Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Alarms $1. Call Bells -.:. .
Leave Wildwood.... .............. 9.25 8.46 : -- / ,
Arrive at Callaahn daily all:........... 8:08 a m $1. ElectricGasJ.ight- / "" ,
Leave Oxford...:.... 9.43 9.07 I Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m er, Telegraph Instruments -
,'- Leave Lake Weir Station..10.03 10.20
Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p in :Medical Batteries =
-.\ >- Oilers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Ocala..........................10.23 Arrive at Bainb-idge daily at........ 3:30 p m &c. ,

Leave Silver Spring....... ......... 9.40 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m "In regard to Electric Light
number: of the most::; eligible and desirable Leave Anthony Place..10.08 11.55A. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p III we think you will your be exceedingly e'v. successful

M. Arrive Mobile daily at........i...... 2:40 a m in securing its universal adoption.
JEE.JODJO..A.LS: Lots suitable for Business. Purposes, or for Leave Sparr's.......................10.20 12.13 ,Arrive at New Orleans'daily at...... 7:45 a m Yery truly MINER & REPFIELP, t

Leave Citra...........................10.33: 12 35 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- yours 737 Broadway, ........... ,.."

City or Suburban. Residences Leave Lochloosa........;..... ....10.50 12.57 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily, for Pensa- witnessed with much pleasure*he tests

Leave Hawthorne.11.10 1.20 cola. Mobile New Orleans, Texas, all trans- of your new Electric Light. I believe you

UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie.11.25 1.38 ,Mississippi:: points. Passengers; for Bruns- will find no difficulty in bringing it into

BOUND in ALL'STYLES Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.47 2.05 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia general use. Eastern Man. "Northwest

J33*'Day" Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. in.. Lumberman. hI .' BINGHAM.
Liberal Discounts Values allowed to
on Night Passenger: daily. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this "re take pleasure stating that the tests .

train. Savannah to Pensacola, 'Mobile we made of your Electric Light proved perfectly -
parties engaged manufacturing indus-
and New Orleans.
-AND ATSEASONABLE- P. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. satisfactory. You will have a large
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- and ready sale. Yours truly :
rial enterprises! ,.who .will,erec ton., the prop- (FERNANDIXA TO JACKSO VILLE.) ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. RICHARDS & Co, )

GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue N.Y." f

erty purchased substantial improvementsfor A. M. P. M. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST The above testimonials explain themselves ,
PRICES Leave Fernandina................ 7.00 '>..3.30 :
residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road.................. 7.26 T3 4.02 MAIL. .
Arrive Jacksonville............._ 8.25 5.05 Leave Jacksonville daily aL......... 2:30 p in W. FOSTER & CO..

business. GOING NORTH.. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m 45-3m 21 Park Row. N. Y.

A.M. P. Ml: Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m

INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Jacksonville......'.. 9.45 5.50 Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m NOTICE OF REMOVAL.R. .

., ,. .. : Leave Hart's Road............10.50 6.38 Leave Callahan'daily at.:............... 3:15 p m
,:\ .,.,,,' .)f;.:.? ;:* ,:' ) ,.. ..,'. by exemption for a term of years from Arrive Fernandina..............11.18 7.02 Arrive at Waycross daily at......... 5:0511.m G. :McQUITTY

r.. <,. $Z3 Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m
taxation offered by the several cities and SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m MERCHANT TAILOR

Leave Fernandina..6.50 a. in. 4.30 in. Arrive at Charleston daily at_....... 1:53 a in
towns. Apply to 5.50 p. Arriveat Washington.D. C.. daily..ll:45 p m Has removed his business to the rooms over
Arrive Jacksonville a. in.
CHAS. W. LEWIS Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. in. 6.30 Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a in Meddaugh's grocery store, on Centre street.

,> SEND IN YOUR WORK. a Fernandina. Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50 Pullman Palace Buffet"and Sleepiag) Cars. He has'received an assortment of seasonable
$SB-Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. Savannah to New York without change.EAST goods for gentlemen's 'Yf'ar.and is preparedto

.\. .' PRESS. make them up to suit all tastes in the
CONNECTIONS.AT best style.
I Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m Repairing neatly done.

FERXANDIN\. : Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a in :Fernandina. Fla., July 12, 184..
With New York and Fernandina> Steam- Leave at Callahan daily at............ 8:35 p m .-

,: ; :I) < .1 : ., I",,, ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Gainesville daily at.............'' 6.00 p m Notice for Final Discharge.:
: ,. ,',"ti for New York on Thursday.With Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.5.3,1>> in
; Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive at DuPont daily I .at.............11:00 pm S Il :MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
CURTIS: fc. CO. Arrive at Waycross daily at.........10:55 p m publication of this notice I will present
and Brunswick daily except Sunday,
Arrive at Jesup daily at...............12:55 a m to the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor
AGENTS AT CALLAHAN. Arrive at Thomasviile daily at...... 7:15 a in Nassau county, iny final accounts and

SATISFACTION RESTATE To and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a In vouchers as executor of the estate of
GUARANTEED, MARY'S. GEORGIA and all. points North and West, daily. Arrive Brunswick daily \'t........ 8:00 a m WILLIAM MAKSON, deceased, and ask for a

AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Macondaily at.-............ 8:50 a m final discharge.JOHN
Loans: procured, Mortgages negotiate dex- To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Atlanta p in A. ELLERMANN,

changes effected Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m Executor..
Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 WILDWOOD. Fernandina Fla.. April, lS85. Cm
With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:45: pmArrive
BOTH IN STYLE AND PRICES. acres. Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000acrE' and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Washington daily..........10:30 a m
for sale. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m JAMES McGIFFIN,
N. B._"St. Mary's having been selectedas CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi:: With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via AND BUILDER.,
Canal (under the survey made for Govern- West and Havana every Saturday : for New Waycross and Pullman Palace Sleeping

ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville Cincinnati. Second and Third.
Alachua Street
Western and :
from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with between
construction of which having been granted Havana every Friday:

Address by the United States Government and the every Saturday. Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia- and FERNANDINA FLA..
Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large With Tampa Steamship Company'S Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points '\ and I
FLORIDA increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe for and from Key West. :Monday and Northwest. Orders and estimates from a distance. care-

confidently looked for." (See New York Thursday: for Tampa, and Manatee, :Monday I Pullman Palace Sleeping Thomasville.Cars Jacksonville fully attended to. 25-tf

FERN'ANDINA, FLA"O.jJ.I. Sun 27-3-83.1 and Friday. to Louisville via


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; THE; FLGiUJJA MIRROR : AUGUST) 1, '1885. ', ,' '';- .

: THE FLORIDA MIRROR string band with them and expecting to The Boat Regatta. A REGULATION I .. --

,j have nice time on the beach ; but, owing For the benefit of'those desirous: of entering ,FORBIDDING TIlE CULTIVATION' OF ;
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$i.OOA YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS to some one's negligence, there was no pro- the regatta tq take place August 10th, LANDS OR LOTS WITJIIN THE LIMITS I'

vision made for them in the large pavilion, we publish the conditions necessary according OF THE CITY OF FERNAi1 D11'A.

which littered with lumber and to rules the'Club : Two
Reflections., was saw adopted by : IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD Millions
dust-no lights except from piles of rubbish No boat can enter unless registered in the BE of Health .for the County of Nassau! ,

The Constitutional Convention adjourns which some of our town boys burned on Club register and measured by the Club Florida, That no'person or persons shall be of of
acres Farming Orange
to-day. either side of the building, and who tried to measurer. permitted or allowed to plant, turn up or .
disturb the soil surface of a 11lot or lands Timber and
Miss Annie Papy left for New York and clear the floor as well as they could at 10 Boats must be entered ,by a member of the within the corporatelimits of' the City of Grazing Lands,.

Saratoga last Monday.The o'clock at night, but the party were evidently -, Club. Fernandina, for any purpose, or to plant or situated in 29 counties, and

too disappointed to use it in ,that All boats entering for the regatta and cultivate- any such lot or lauds after the first 'comprising the lands
United States buoy tender, irtama, condition. of May aud before the tenth day of, November bought
Glaiber's Atlantic Pavilion
endeavored prize pennant must fly the Club flag.
was in port last Wednesday.A : of any year: and any person or person by Sir Edward J. Reed from
to save the reputation of the beach. The design of the Club color can be seen violating this regulation shall be dealt with ,

handsome 'silk prize pennant has beeu Women appear to have more endurance by i calling on Geo._ R.. Hubby, at the steamship according; to law: Provided. That this regulation ; the State of 'Florida in 1881,.
ordered in New York for the boat club. is not to be construed forbiddingthe
as offered
in office. are now at
I in sustaining the shocks of bathing salt graded
,Miss Fannie Johnson, of Tallahassee, is a All further details of the cultivation flowers or planting grasson .
water than men., The average male bather regatta will be premises occupied by the owner. prices. These lands were selected
'. guest at the residence of Col. F. B. Papy. appears much thinner blooded, and to,become arranged at the next regular meeting, to be Approved July' 29 t 1S x.). Hon. A.

Mrs. A. II. Crippen and her two sons were much more easily exhausted.: A.lady held Monday night August 3d, at the may- H, E. DOTTERER. by Hugh Cor-

passengers on the Mallory steamer this week. explains this by saying it is because the or's office, at 7.30 o'clock. H. J. BAKER. Secretary: President: pro tern. ley, late Commissioner of the-

:Mr. T. L. Stewart and wife returned from men drink more and are more irregular in State Land Office. and Mr.:

a short visit to Montgomery., Ala., Thursday : their habits, and do not keep their systemsin Died, MARX HELD & CO. M. Williams, lateagent for
good shape. It is a very' good test of At Old Town, July 22, f885, of. consump-
sale of State lands
last.The little one's physical condition to go',into' the surf iton, CHLOE LONG, daughter of the late IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OFFLOWERS which fact
steam launch Grace Irving, from
Jacksonville for a short time. If there is anything the James Long. is -a guaranty of their high
: i is tied up at the steamshipdock.
matter with your heart or lungs, you will quality. The purchase known

find it out directly. It is only those who Range of Thermometer the Reed Purchase
Next Wednesday our County Commissioners FOR ANDFEATHERS as was only
A are in fine condition physically who can go
will hold their regular monthly : in the water and stay twenty or thirty minutes AT HORSEY'S. ,DRUG STORE. opened for sale this year, and
meeting. TA.M. 12 M. 3 P.l\I. G P.I. WIND. ,
I without feeling great depression after- Saturday,July 25......80 88 i>7 86 S. E. 600 & 602 New the lands have not been culled
, Watermelons are getting scarce. The,crop Sunday, 26..81 89 fcG W} S. ,E. Broadway, York.
ward. As to the length of time for
I I proper Monday, 27.....80 IX 88 87 S. E. or picked over. No part has
throughout the State. has not been as largeas ,: bathing, one must be the judge of that for Tuesday, .. 28..... 82 1/.! 'JO 88 S. W. Pay the Highest Market Price for all kinds
. was expected. Wednesday," 2-J......81 93) yi 89 S.:: W. of Bird Skins, Egret,'White Crane, Heron- been reserved in any manner,
himself. No should remain in to Plumage, etc. Direct to New
one Ship York.
up Thursday, :30. ...83 93 J2 89 S. W.
Its Governor Perry has appointed William S. the period of being chilled or exhausted. Friday, 31......82 U2 II 88 S.,W. Can use only large quantities. Express charges and the whole is open for sale.

.I J Livingston, of this city, a justice of the peace So long as you feel well in the water and do must be prepaid on sample packages. 36 'Special prices on large tracts.

1 for Nassau county.A not suffer after coming out, it makes no difference MARINE. NOTICE. Timber lands, virgin forests in

handsome hook and ladder truck for how long you stay. This, at least, Port of Fernandina. bodies of
,, Orlando was brought from New York this is the,opinion of the oldest and most expe- HIGH WATER. GAINESVILLE. FLA. 20 OFFICE, ) 50,000 up-
July lR85. )
i weekby the Stateof Texas. rienced bathers along the coast. Saturday, Aug. 1............11:27 A.M. 11:46: P.'M. having been entered at this wards. Lands sold for cash,
Sunday, 2............ 0:00 0:16 COMPLAINT W.
Mr.James Menzies, of the General Freight Monday, 3............ 0:40 1:11 ," Thompson against or on long time.
Death of T. ]V. Palmer, Esq. Tuesday ", 4............1:38 2:09 .," Ansel Summer for abandoning his Homestead -
Office of the :Florida"Railway .& Navigation :\Ir.1', Waller Palmer, :of the firm of Wednesday, "; 5............J'_.38 ." 3:99 ;", Entry No. 7. 53. dated April 22,1880: The Florida Land and Mortgage Co,
' I Company'?; is off on a vacation! r '' this Thursday, 6............ 3:12" 4:18 f'1 upon the SW i 'Section'32: Township 4 N, ,
I Palmer. Bros., of city, died on Mondaylast Friday, 7............ 4:47" '56.e: Range 24 E, in Nassau County, Fla., with a (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
t-- Dr. Seth French, ex-Commissioner of Immigration -i at Cottage City, Mass., where he has ENTERED. view to the cancellation of said entry; the

and family, have been spending been for several weeks, for the benefit of his July 30-Steamship State of Texas, John Risk, said parties are hereby summoned to appear
II this week at t.heIansion House. health. Mr. Palmer was a son of Dr. T. M. from New York; freight and passen- at this Office on the .13th day of October
to R. W.
" gers, Southwick, agent. 1885, at 3 o'clock to
p. m., respond and fur-
Mr. S. C. Littlefield, of Brunswick, manager Palmer, of Monticello, and a brother of Dr. July.2G-Steamship from Charleston City of,Monticello and McKee, nish testimony concerning said alledged
; freight
\ of the Brunswick Inland Steamboat J. D. Palmer, of this city. He was a young gers, to W. O.Jeffreys, agent passen- abandonment.

;J! Company, is at the Mansion House. lawyer ability'and for the past three July Steamship City "of Moiiticello, McKee, L. A. BARNES Register. GEO. W. SCHUYLER,.
from Palatka; freight and passengers, JOHN I'. ROLLINS Receiver.
!, the of the Disston ,
The Mirror is indebted to the ladies of the years was attorney Co.,. to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
; at Jacksonville. July Steamship City of :Monticello, McKee, ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W.
; Mansion House for a lot of beautiful figs, from Charleston; freight and passen-

;: from the garden of that popular hostelry. : The remains will be brought to Monticello gers, to W. O. Jetlreys, agent. Fl.. .1TS-rrrJ Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's office-,
for inter'nent. Steamship City Monticello, McKee, ,
; Mrs. Maughs left on the City of Monliccllo, from Palatka; freight and passengers, FERNANDINA FLA.
,1 L to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. MANUFACTURER OF
Monday last for Hendersonville: N. C., Base Ball.A CLEARED.

tr where she will spend some months this match game of base ball was played in July Steamship State of Texas. John Risk for Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND Strathmore Hotel

rE summer. this city Monday afternoon between two :New York; freight and passengers, by ,
R. W. Southwick, agent.
;1C The steamer Thos. Collyer, :running on the colored clubs-the Roman Citys, of Jack- July Steamship City of :Monticello McKee, DEALER IN ON AMELIA BEACH,
Cumberland Route, between this city and sonville, and the Daisy Cutters, of Fernan- for Palatka; by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
July Steamship of Monticello
City McKee

1 Brunswick ken shaft. was laid up this week by a bro- 5. The The Daisy home Cutters club won have by played a score several of 8 July Steamship Charleston Palatka;City freight; by of W.Monticello and O. Jeffreys passengers,McKee, agent.,,for by PARLOR R, OPP C B &nQ dC00KST0V x T VB FERXAXDIXA ID A.. ,

this season with foreign clubs and W. O. Jeffreys. .
There is increased demand for games ,
July Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, Now OPEN FOR THE SEASOX-
both at this port and at Brunswick. IndIcations have been universally successful. By re- for Charleston; freight and passengers, re6r rm.r -
1 are that the lumber business is reviv- quest, we publish the score of runs made: by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.

.,, ing. Sam DAISY Edwards CUTTERS 1.f?......! Johnson ROMAN, p....CITYS................0 Special. bargains in department of AMELIA BEACH is the finest on the-
Palmer Bro.'s J. Scott, 3d b..1 Jamison, c...................0 every 'Coast. and the Sea-Bathing;
drug store closed
r was on J. I.ang2d b.._............1 Eddins, 1st b................0 our store for the balance of the season.J. unsurpassed. The Boating and Fishing oift
4 Thursday and Friday on account of the C. Williams p..............1 Long, D. O....................aV & T. KYDD. the Island are excellent.
Nichols, c..............._2 Clark, 2d b..2 rnmmF n1nP p earnA xh
death of Mr. T. Wailer Palmer, a member of B. Ellison, r. f.............1 Haywood, 3d b..2 Remember the out sale iii ,4 Connections made by the Fernandina &
the firm. W. Clark, c. f._............0 Hall, 1. f......................0 closing Dry Sea- each Railway with every train arriving -
s' J. Thomas, 1st b_.........l Mitchell, c. f................1 Goods, etc., at on the Florida Railway & NavigationCo's -
Mrs. Lyons, 'now upwards of 80 years of J. Williams, s. s...........0 Conolly, r. L .....?........6 PAUL FCNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. I lines; also with the different Steamers-

age, is still as active as other persons at 40. Total....................-8 Total..5UmpireC. Rates from $2.00 to $3.00 per day ; special
She is Baby Carriages at Fred W. Hoyt & Co's rates for families by the week.
3 daily on our streets selling vegetables, Newman; scorer-S. Collins.
Furniture Store, Centre street. *
clams, etc. $Excursion parties accommodated.

Mrs. Chas. V. Hillyer, with :Masters Whit Nassau's Representatives in the Con A lot of Parasols (exclusive: styles) cheap flir" Clam Chowder every day.FRANK .

s Charley and Frank, left for the North by vention. this week. J..& T. KYDD. ABBOTT-

the State Texas Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
h of yesterday morning. The IS
Great sacrifice in Summer Clothing, at COTTAGE
Judge and Clare remain to hold the fort. OF TilE JACKSONVILLE PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. LUCY
Mr. Champlain, of the firm of C. B. Rogers 41 DAILY HERALD" Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,

& Co., of Cedar Key, was in the city on Nassau county has figured pretty extensively Butter, Lard, &c., on ice at
;; y Thursday, in the interest of the steamer all through the session through its ..' ,

Governor Safford, engaged in traffic on the representatives, one of whom is Mr. Baker, Bathing Suits and Caps \ WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,witb

; Gulf. who has probably said more than'the whole For Ladies and Gentlemen, in elegant or without board. Table Boarders will Le.
'F A match game of base ball will be playedin convention, put together. He is probably style and large variety., atKING'S DRIVEN WELLS--A SPECIALTY accommodated 2 Miss; also LUCY transient.O. THOMPSONW. -

this city between a Brunswick club anda one of the best posted men on parliamentary BAZAAR, AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
law in the convention, and he and "Jef-- tf Cor. of Fifth and Centre sts. TIN for Tin
'x Fcrnandina nine, Wednesday next, ou ers Gutters promptly filled. I{. B\.1JIi1VIGIIT,
ferson's Manual" are never found separated Wind Mills for pumping water or running
the base ball
ground near the cotton seed Another case of handsome Lawns at five' AGENT,
warehouse.The from each other. Some of his party, to cents per yard. J. & T. KYDD: light Church machinery, Factory promptly and School erected Bells on for WHOLESALE AND EETAIL,

; boys are getting their boats in shapefor tease him, hid his book for several days, at a bargain. AND STOCK DEALER
t ,and: Baker went into mourning until he Gents' Furnishing Goods, Notions, .etc., : Stoves at Wholesale Prices. BUTCHER ANDDealer
a nice regatta on the 10th and Dr. '
Pope had found it again, in the possession of Mr. at cost, atPAUL All goods delivered at the various trans- in -Ice
hopes to get the Tallulah, his new clipper,, colored FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.For portation stations within the city free of
Hargret from
in the water by that time, and has serious charge. All sales for cash.' TENNESSEE BEEF SPECIALTY
It is shrewdly suspected that Mr.
Hargret, Sale. ,
t 1 designs on that prize.pennant. CORNER BROOME AND) SECOND STS. BROOM STREET WHARF,
ambitious to become "a shining light," Two city lots, adjoining each 100 feet '
Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. l-tf FLA.Te .
Quite number of
g a our town people are smuggled the book and was secretly study- square: location desirable ; neighborhoodselect.

summeringat Henderson ville, N.C. Amongthe ing the tactics. On one of the lots is a six-room cottage -

it number are Mr. and :Mrs. Jeffreys, :Mrs. Mr. Lewis, another member from Nassau, with kitchen; piazza on three sides; .
always cool in Lots face three
summer. on
C. II. Whitner, Mrs. T. J, Eppes, and :Mrs. is of the ablest
kr one Republicans in the streets; ground high and dry; no sand; best
Maughs. Others are to follow. House. Hardly ever speaking before the bricked well of water in town ; half dozen

t It has been proposed to have the Fernan- body, he quietly acid effectually wins his sweet orange trees four' years old; several ,
dina Boat Club give ladies' colleagues over to his way of thinking. He 'sour trees bearing; 'peaches and grapes two ;
t a day, and to old.Enquire. _
is an indefatigable worker, and his opinionsalways years tJ FURNITURE!! !
41 invite all their lady friends out for a coupleof command their respect and atten of GEORGE F. LEWIS, !

hours' sail, before long. We expect the tion. He has done a great deal in controll Office Town ImprovementCompany. .

;t+r I ladies: will be pleased to hear this. I ing the.more noisy portion of his party. .. .
Ii i Nassau has a colored representative, Mr. To Rent.
There are a number of mischievous boys : Petty, who is.a shrewd politician. who has Two rooms, the upper floor of the house '\ have in the :Marson
y. 1 I in our city. who are playing pranks and are become thoroughly disgusted and disap- on northwest corner of Centre and Seventh opened, Building, Centre Street,

making night hideous by their unearthly pointed will with the Democrats, and who prob streets. Inquire on the 'premises. below Second,. a full line of ''Furniture, Bedding, etc., consisting I
ably give a vivid description to his colored

t howls, especially on the outskirts who will
brethren of" how dem Dimecrats done Summer Clothing and Hats closing out in part,of Walnut Chamber Suits, Ash Chamber Suits :Mahoganyand
find themselves in trouble before ,
long i ir' if : in de convention cheap. J. & T. KYDD.

their practices are not discontinued.The Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at

State of Texas sailed for New York Jlfrs. Gr ndy. Says Great bargains in Parasols, Mitts, Lace
I That Mrs. H. W. King is owner of the Goods, etc., at prices as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere-..
t k yesterday morning eight o'clock with the PAUL
following cargo: 31,000 feet yellow pine craziest quilt in town ; FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. ; finished' light and dark; Children's Bedsteads; Chairs in great

S lumber, 400 logs cedar, 2S8 cases cedar, 429 delphia That it niece.was a present from a little Phila' A new lot .of latest styles Crockery and variety; Rockers of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast and
Glassware at HOYT & Co's.St. .
+ barrels rosin, 12 barrels spirits of turpentine, '

,, 23 barrels cotton seed oil, 25 packages hides That parties from the interior,of the Statedesire Centre; Washstands; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat and Wire ;,
to build a hotel with all mod Louis Beer !
and skins, 07 packages merchandise, 1 horse. Mattresses of,various qualities cheaper than ever before sold -
ern conveniences, on Amelia Beach. St. Louis beer of the celebrated brewery ;' i

j Mr. Geo. D. Galphin and bride, ne'e Miss That a Jacksonville paper notes that the of ANTHONY & KUHN., at. I Pillows and Bolsters ; and a full line of goods gen'eraIIy.found"in '

Lizzie M. Blackman, of Charleston, S. C., .: to the beach F. C. LATHAM'S
the door
run by of the
arrived here by the steamship'City of Mon Mansion House; Billiard. and Sample. Room. a, regular, Furniture Store. We invite an inspection of 'onr'I'

, ticello, on Wednesday last. Mr. Galphin i ij is r
That The
Manager Dent must have an underground Atlantic Pavilion.
j the oldest son.of Maj. J. M. Galphin, of this stock.We
railroad filled
he Having obtained
or perhaps that a lease of the Atlantic
city. He has been for several years in the reporter with'walnut and cherry" from,a Pavilion, on Amelia Beach, I beg to inform also direct attention'\ to our new designs in Crockery.The .

t employ of the s. C. R. P. but has now accepted bottle. my friends and the public generally that ]I latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware and Porce
a position in the transportation department propose to make such improvements and
I That an artesian well man was in town a additions as to make the Pavilion first- l
a lain' Goods. Sold in J<
to suit ;
of the F. R. & N. Co. few class sea-side any quantity purchaser.;!
y days since; resort Refreshments of all ,. .,-

A large party of excursionists came over That we wonder if that augurs well for reasonable kinds will served in first-class style at' ". :. : FRED WaOYT', :& 00I !

. from Jacksonville Tuesday night, bringing Fernandina; if so, 'tis well. the public. I solicit ALBERTGLAIBER.the patronage of' '

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