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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
September 12, 1885
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
General Note:
"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note:
Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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IIOADLEY'S REPLY. the Republic." The. speaker said he asked: SEWS XOTKS. Going for fsfee Scalpers. \ y- -: TIif; RACE OFP AGAiy. I

for reflection as an approval of the present -- Mr. A. McDonell, General Passenger & | ; j'pFY'
; Atelegram receiverfby '
made the
Governor Hoadlcy, of Ohio, Administration. I ask:! for more" GEORGETOWN, Col., has had to import Ticket Agent of the Florida Railway &.Navigation ( n '-6"

all admirable reply to the cold- said he. I solicit approval,not forbearance.Mr. a new corps of female teachersfor Company, who leaves for Xew last night announces that th.b; ce ';L,,

blooded and hateful efforts of John Cleveland has held office six months. its public schools, only one of York to attend the annual meeting of the between the Geneva and the/ nV.n, I

Sherman"and Mr. Foraker to arousea Congress has not been in session, yet much last "schoolma'anls" remain- the General Passenger and Ticket Agents, which was to have been sailed yesterday -
has been accomplished. The spirit of reform year's carries with him several forms, of what may il

sectional animosity in Ohio. Thereis and economy has entered all the depart ing. The rest have all married or be called "iron-clad"; tickets, gotten up by was declared off again, the I

justly felt much indignation everywhere ments. Useless officers and expenses have are engaged. himself and Mr. J. A. Brooks, of his office. yachts not being able to complete the

at the utterances of these Ohio all been done away with, while the performance These forms will bo laid before the Association run within the seven hours time limit I
GEORGE W. Woodward Clerk of
of the The of duty, civil and military, has been and their general adoption will prubab- 'on account of light winds. :
disturbers peace. enforced. Th Government is not solicitousto the City of Durham, has just finished lyhe! determined on. The principal one. a

allegations; that the colored vote is provide soft places for, pets,. but to save 'Iris"1 town tax list and it foots up $2- rebate voucher on round-trip passenger tick- ..\ Open, Frnnlc L t1t. r.-It is by I In

suppressed, or not counted, certainly money for the people, and to keep the faith (600,000. In, the year 18&5 it did not ets, ;is especially designed to protect the no means: strange that Dr. Rivid( Kennedy

sounds ridiculous and absurd herein pledged: in the platform. It is sweet; it !is purchaser 1\UIJ will effectually put a stop to should have received the following letter.
exceed 10000. Tobacco has made By reading it will in
; you see one minute
Florida where they are in the delicious, brethren, to hear the Republican what' is known as scalping, the rebate on why its writer could recommend it.-ED.[

lamentation as expressed by John Sherman, this place;one orthe most enterprising the ticket being paid to the purchaser uponpresentation.of Mr. J. W.. Hnrner, tnivelinsr lent:: f 'r Am-
in solid =
habit of going to the polls who worked the Treasury Department for and prosperoustowlls iri the "the rebate'coupon in ,person ., bach, Bur an.ler & C)., Baltimore. Mil.,
discomfort and delay 'to the says : u My' h ":id felt kit: I and I was suffering
to the : selling The contract rends -
phalanx, all it was 18SO: to nominate himselffor South. agent. as : from indigestion. A trial of'Favorite

of the white population. As arule President, and who never recommended follows: Remedy<1,1(, me feel :like a new man. 'I

Florida vote early and a Democrat for civil office in his life, that OF the 5,000 patent ...medicines of The Agent selling Round-Trip Ticket between cheerfully! recommend it to all needing a
in they .
medicine of the kind."
the impartial nonpartisan, civil service of American concoction now in the

by 12 o'clock the great bulk of the our country is in danger." market, GOO kinds arc thought by the ............... ........ ... ...... ............................................. Private Lord. -, '

colored vote is polled without trouble The remainder of the Governor's Boston Globe to be of real value. The -ASD- At the Brick Cottage on Seventh, street,

or hindrance. devoted to State affairs. near Egmont Hotel.

Hoadley in his reply speech was trade amounts to $22,000,000 a year. ...........,...............................,..,..................................- Offers pleasant rooms well.furnishel withor
Governor says -- --
Of this $10,000,000 is expended for upon which this Contract and Rebate Voucher without board. Transient boarders will
to Sherman and Foraker : Mrs. Grundy Says is issued, is authorized to pay the Purchaser, be. accommodated.
That the all-absorbing topic now is boat advertising. The proprietors divide whose signature is affixed and witnessed at bottom )IR. T. I'. G. THOMPSON..
"The leader of the Republicans of Ohio hereof, the amount specified in the marginof Fernandina Fla.
January, 10, 1SS5.;
building and racing. the profits of $5,000,000 annual re Voucher bearing same Form and No. as is
has carefully prepared: an appeal to the par- shown hereon (being identical with that of the
and sent it from the stump through the That the cows roaming the streets, the turn. ... Ticket sold),upon the following conditions, viz: i Summer .Clothing and Hats closing out
ty boys slinging their deadly missiles therein Jfirxt. That the said Purchaser,in the Agent's I cheap. J. & T. Iii DD.
press: to the country. He waves the bloody COCAINE the new anaesthetic is presence affixes his or her duplicate signatureon
hordes of ,
without question, and the dogs, I the reverse side hereof.
shirt; he endorses the policy of alienation goats and geese on the sidewalks are indications prepared from the leaf of a bush native Second. That it is not payable until said Purchaser Great PAUL sacrifice in Summer Clothing, at
and hate; he seeks to transplant and cultivate shall have completed the Round Trip FCXKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.
the feelings of English of the intense interest in the' abovementioned to Peru, known as cucu ,or coca. between the points named.Third .
in this country
topic.. That unless the Voucher is presented The Atlantic Pavilion
aristocracy toward the Irish ; to arouse sec- It grows to a heightof: about six feet, by the Original Purchaser of the Round-Trip
That the citizens have reason to be thank- .rz- Ticket stated, on or before June'SOth, following Having obtained a lease of the Atlantic I
tion against section ; to govern the South ful for the frequent showers ; they are doing and has a bright green leaf similar the date of sale, as stamped on said Voucher, Pavilion, on Amelia Beach, I beg to inform t
from the North as Dublin Castle governs I payment, will absolutely,forfeited. my friends and the public generally that I :
in and odor to the leaf
work in our !stock-yard an- appearane
good scavenger :
and all propose to make such improvements and
province, The
Ireland, as a conquered other form is a valuation baggage
nexes. of a tea plant. The: Peruvian Indians additions as to make the Pavilion a first-
this in the of 1885 twenty years : ticket and is
year grace That it's pretty good evidence that the to protect passengers from loss class sea-side resort. Refreshments of all
and more after the end of the war. The Lord sometimes those who do use it for chewing'purposes, andit of baggage. Railroad companies hold themselves kinds will be served in first-class style at
average life of an ordinary generation is good is claimed to be a-powerful nerv- liable only to a certain amount. By reasonable rates. I solicit the patronage oT
i themselves.That .
not help the public. ALBERTGLAIDER.Xottce :
thirty years. Owing to the casualties of purchasing these tickets, the virtually ,
only people of the strictest sobriety, ous stimulant without evil reaction.A passenger
which cost our country at least a million insures his baggage to a certain ex- I
lives! the duration of the generation now and perfect equipoise, dare attempt' transitof FRENCH botanist, M. Fonssa- tent. to Oivners of Dogs. :

passing! away has been less than this.Twentyfive that beautiful piece of architecture con- grives asserts that poisonous Notice is hereby given to all owners of '
have elapsed since Lin- necting Old Town and Fernandina, knownas gases Struck ,by Lightning. dogs that the tax on dogs for the current .
years the plank walk. are given off by both growing and year must be paid by the first of Septembernext.
coln's election, five-sevenths, perhaps more On Sunday last, James and Duncan White After that date dogs without the :
That its dilapidated condition is only excelled harvested fruits such
of the men who devised the rebellion, the' as apricots, were walking down the railroad track, near usual badge will fall under the penalty of z

men who fought its battles and the men by one other thoroughfare, and thatis oranges and quinces-and death by Hart's:;Roadwhen a heavy rain squall struck the city ordinance in such case made and :
the county road. provided. C. J. WESTBERG, :
who overcame it have passed away. The That there is a deep undercurrent of reformation poisoning has resulted from sleepingin them. They sought shelter underneath City Tax Collector. .

great civil and great military leaders-Lin- to such some pine trees, sixty feet from the railroad Fernandina, All!!. 6, 1885. i
at work in town, to which the rooms exposed emana ,
coln and Grant-both sleep in graves bathedin and about fifty-yards from each other. Dun-. .
the tears of the whole nation, Sooth and large number ,of" those who have "done tions. A similar deadly gas evident- 'can says, he.remembers seeing.a.slight! flash'rliglJfO : Special bargains in every "department !
North for both died with words upon their. .quit" .drinkitgwsnuokuitMandothgrdkin! !! jleconnrctethir = w with.vegetable our store for the balance of the season.
dred crookedness will attest. ; : : ,:;(\ $a.Hrd .report oLth under, --':" -v .- ,. J. & ,T. XYDIX. _
lips and feelings in their hearts of"charityto odors-is given' off by sweet- He'as thrown violently to the ground,. i)
That if there are many more charivarisin
St. Louis Leer
Seward and
all malice towards none.
feeling as though he had been struck with a
and town there will be need, of a public hos- scented flowers and odoriferous. St. Louis beer of the celebrated brewery :
Sumner Chase and Fessenden, Douglas .
heavy piece of wood, and being unconsciousfor
to accommodate the wounded. of ANTHONY & KUHS, at t
pital leaves.
Stephens, Lee and 13 reckon ridge; these are
a few minutes. After coming to his F. C. LATHAM'S I
historic, not living names. Alone of the That the public are waiting the enforce- THE contents of the State Libraryat senses he says he tried to rise and walk, but Billiard and Sample Room.,
ment of that dog collar ordinance with I
authors of the rebellion Jefferson Davis sur-
his limbs would not support him. Waitinga
breathless suspense. Monaco are being catalogued by a Gents Furnishing Good I
vives. Boys born when the war broke out few minutes his strength returned, and on
That if it is enforced, we shall begin to well-known French savant who has In all styles AT PAUL FI: KE'5.
for three
have been voting years past; boys looking for his brother he found him lying I

born after the war will vote next year; boys think there is some animation in our city discovered there a mass of corre- at full length, dead, under the tree beneath
government after all. Another case of handsome Lawns at fire
too young to bear arms are now mature men I spondence of immense historical which he had taken shelter. Mr. W. W. cents per yard. J. & T. KYDD. f
That the able of the Times-
correspondent t
of 35. There is a new South and a new
Farmer, of Hart's Road, to whom we are
North. Union, Amelia, calls the steamer David Clark value. There are many documentsof To Kent. _
indebted for these facts, says that the dead
.'.A new generation full of new life is at Daisy Clark." Ain't she a daisy? the greatest interest, as well as man's hat was torn to atoms, but on exam- Two rooms, the upper floor of the home ,
That the same able correspondent pleads on northwest corner of Centre and Seventh
work. A very large proportion of the peo- some 20,000 letters, including many ination of the body no sign of the effect of :
streets. Inquire on the premises.For .
guilty of having felt down in Lincolnshire -
of the South have never seen a slave,
ple written by successive Kings of the electric current could be found. The
." Now, dear Amelia, don't admit I I
and have lived under no other regime but
wife.ot". the deceased died of apoplexy only
that of universal suffrage. Is it not time any such thing ; just say your wits were France, and by Richelieu, Mazarin, Sale. I
three months since. They were very poor, lots
Two each i
city adjoining, 100 feet
wool-gathering. It sounds much better Catherine de Medicis Louvois and
for the Shermans and Forakers to accept
I and leave seven little children to the mercyof square; location desirable ; neighborhoodselect.
the results of the war, longer to con- than a self-accusation of sheep stealing. Montaigne.IT the world. If the good and charitable On one of the lots is a six-room cot-

tinue in battle? That she also asserts that this city was not Nassau will send contributions of tage, with kitchen ; piazza on three sides:;; i
million bales of cotton the probable hurt by the late storm, and the sanitary con- is reported that Mr. Ezra Os- people of always cool in summer. Lots face on three f
Eight money, clothing, etc., to W. W Farmer, at streets; ground high and dry; no sand ; best
of this are insight. Thereare dition of the same is good, and that we haveno born, of :Middletown N. J. has planted .1'
crop year Hart's Road, he will take pleasure in dis- bricked well of water in town ; half dozen
no idlers in the South, why croak in the musquitos. 2,500 acres in South Florida with pensing the same. sweet orange trees four years old ; several i I
Xorth ? White men and black men are side That the facts are, the storm didn't i hurtus sour trees bearing; peaches and grapes two j
200,000 cocoanut palm trees. The old.Enquire.
years ,
by side at work. The South is developingnew much. Our charter was twisted a little, A Card.To of GEORGE F. LEWIS [!

industries, weaving cotton cloth, digging several. by-laws blown out of their frames, seeds for these trees he brought from the Editor of the Mirror : Office Town Improvement Company. Ii

coal and iron, and forging steel. God and the city government got a terrible shak- South America. One-half of the trees As I expect to leave Fernandina to-day, I -

and nature: religion and human heart, are ing.But are two years old and one-half one should like to bid farewell to the membersof Post-Office Notice. I'

forces against which Sherman and Foraker the sanitary condition of the city is old. He calculates the Presbyterian congregation, and also Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 P.'M.
that when
Let then only excelled by the equally sanitary condi- year Sunday hours, 10:30 A. }i. to 11:30 A. M.
contend, and Foster plots. us, to the multitude of friends of the city at
the orchard is in full each Money Orders and Registered Letters from
fears of Southern tion of some of the musquitos that yet bearing
banish these unmanly per-
large. 8:00.4. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:('O p. :Ito
wrong-doing," said the speaker, "and cease sist in presenting their bills without makingthe tree will pay from $3 to $5 a year. During the sojourn of my family here, for 3:30 p. m. I

to exaggerate occasional personal conflict fact known to Amelia. His tract of land is on the Atlantic, the past few years, we have received noth- ARRIVAL.AND. DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

into a war of races. Danville and Copiah Ah, ha! Now we can all locate Ame and is in ing but kindness. Xo community could Transit tfr Peninsular Railroad-
miles extend-
are worn out. Turn out some new grist, oh, lia." She lives up somewhere in the suburbs sixty length, possibly more endear itself to a family than Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4..15 P..M.
from Lake Worth to Flor- Brings mails from the North, the I
grinders of the outrage mill 1 Home rule, in a nice little cottage surrounded by ing Cape this has to mine. We shall always cherish Gulf coast, Transit and I'eninsu-

and as little application of the' eternal principle tall oaks, and her windows have iron wire ida, all of it being south of the frost the friendships formed, and our stay here lar railroads. I

of regulation' as is consistent with the musquito bars; there's a double netting canopy line. will be remembered as one of the happiest:: Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 A..M. I

greatest liberty. All will in time cure all around her bed, and she burn. a quar- periods of life. Takes mails for the North, the

the ills of State and nation." * ter of a pound of pyrethrum every night, THE lasso commonly used by cow- May the richest blessings of God rest upon Gulf roads.Leesburg coast. Transit and Peninsular I

"Mr. Sherman distressed because Lamar, as an incense to her goddess morpheus. boys is made of sixty feet of rope, a. the church, and may peace and prosperityabide train arrives daily:......... 80.1. K. I.

Garland and Bayard, two members of the There'll be'no musquitos. there. third of which forms the loop. When with the city. Drin Fernanama Western&Jacksonville mail only.Railroad

Confederate Congress and one, a man who -- thrown it is over the head Limited timethe lack physical strength, Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A. u. i iBrings i:
sympathized with them, are at the head of General Manager F. K. Ilain, of the Elevated swung and the painful nature of leave-taking ren- the Jacksonville and St. ;

the great departments of the Government.1 Railway, Xew York, has issued the and left shoulder and then over the dered it impossible to say farewell to every John's river mail J

Oh. :yes ; it was well to put Key &t the head following circular to the officers and em- right shoulder, with a peculiar turn household and every individual separately.We Closes Takes daily the Jacksonville except Sunday,St..John's.........10:30 A.M. I

of the Post Office Department. With one ployes of the operating department : For of the wrist calculated to keep the did not say good-bye because of a spiritof River and Northern mail I

Confederate the Cabinet was all right, but your zeal, care and attention to duty on Sat- indifference, but because all were so dearto Sunday JfaiIJacksonville -

two are a lamentable concession to treason. urday, August 8th (the Grant funeral day), loop open until it encircles the ,object our hearts. and St. John's River,

at which it is flung. arrives.....................................10::!) ".;*.
Xo, not' quite this even. Akerman was a when we transported the greatest number of Expert May grace from our common Father, love
Northern :mail arrives.................. 9:00 p."M.
proper Attorney-General. But two at a passengers (namely,400,076)), since the open- throwers do not pride themselves on from our merciful Savior; and peace from the Jacksonville, St. John's River and .'

time-Garland and Lamar together-aye, ing of these lines for business and without catching a steer by the horns, but Holy Spirit abide with all forever. the North closes-..................... 6:00.. :zt.
there the rub The tears of crocodiles are accident to a single I take this Sincerely and truly, Jacksonville and St. John's River
person try to so hurl the noose in front of only, closes...... ....................... 4:00M.. ..
freely shed as Sherman softly sing*, 'Insa- method of expressing my appreciation." II. S. YE GER. SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.

tiate Archer, would not one suffice?' Mos- the beast that' he will step into,it, Fernandina, September 8, 1885. __ n '

by, Madison Wells, Mali one and Chalmers, The artesian well at Live Oak has reacheda thus entangling his legs and throwing LUCY COTTAGE ,

the guerillas, the returning board, the repudiator depth of 1000; feet.. The boring is still him. In a Wyoming exhibitiona Warranty PAPER-75 and Mortgage CTS. PER Deeds.DOZEN Seventh-St? near Egmont Hotel,
and the Fort Pillow but.cber-aU o"n arid it is LINEN
going proposed to go throughto cowboy repeatedly caught a bull by sent upon receipt of 2-cen
these have had their garments washed, but China if good water is not found before stamp. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

Lawton and Jackson, Jones, and Lamar. andGarland reaching there. any leg that the spectators named., AddressFLORIDA MIRROR,

the best and purest of the South, 2G Fernandina, Fla. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor
without board Table Boarders will-},'e
Remember the closing out sale in Dry .
these to Senators are unregenerated Fritz $4,000 dog is dead. Come South '
our ,
Goods, etc.. at Refrigerators at Fred W. Hoyt tLCo.'s, accommodated; also transient.
children of the political satan, unfit to serve Fritz, and;you can get 4,000 dogs for $1. PAUL, FU KE'S1)RY GOODS EMPORIUM. i Furniture Store, Centre Street. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.


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M P- .4 XIGUT WATCIL I every-detail, was painfully quiet ; but I\ aration. Dr. Warrington's. sister,_ recently -I mer," was the'reply.. "This room is j in the world's work. Wealth-, -seen::::.

from an apartment not far away came widowed at Nice, was. ill, and a vault. I should die here !1" through this healthier medicine
i. the sound of a rich contralto voice, indulging her brother had been summoned to But yon are strong." ennobled 1 as a means of usefulness was
Up')n the threshhold of her is doorslie'lies all in the most astounding gym- bring her home. In the time of his Very true. And I keep strong by even labor became honorable w'here and

The yellow harvest light over ; nastics of which the human voice cane absence Mrs. Chester' had consented to activity and plenty of fresh of air. If there.was good to be wrought out.
xi, Once Once more more she she watches watches as the daylight long shadows; > supposed capable, while rapid fingering ,give Nellie a,home.It I took a drug shop every day, I am It aroused Nell respect first, to see 7
fall. upon the key-board supported roused Craig Warrington's chivalry not sure I should live a week. Three how'selfihness was trodden down how
i he vocal acrobatic ,feats. "What the the following morning to see the times a day, she read, taking up one actual physical pain and weakness

Around, the silent land stretched waste and original air might have been could still whiteface of: Helen turned from bottle. After each meal'was on an- were conquered by resolution. And

J tt 11 bare; only be surmised in the right scales, the last look 'at the carriage taking other ; at bed-time,' a third directed., where 'Ne 1's respect was given Her 1i

Below, the waters rose! and broke and fell, trills, cadenzas, and flourishes with her father' to the depot, to start for Do you know Craig, my whole wardin heart soon followed till she bent her

;, :And throbbing through the heavy, windlessair which it was embellished. Suddenlya New York. For 'a moment :Mrs. Ches- the children's hospital would not proud, saucy head and owned hennas i

s l sweeping rush of notes, a crash of ter thought the girl would faint, but puzzle me so much as keeping track of ter.

kl Came the dull murmur of the distant chords, and the piano lid fell with a she rallied, saying, with a dreary smile : that table of bottles." But if I marry you," she said,half

fewell. bang that startled the speech. above We were* never separated before "'But I cannot sleep or eat without laughing, I may be the death of >
,L The wild white sea gull screams above her quoted from Craig "Warrington. Aunt But I promised papa not to fret. medicine." as you feared."
: head, 3mily-Mrs. John Chester-a blue- '' I should think his profession would Poor fellow !" Not now. It was kill or eureka,]

dl{ And bloodless roses. cling about the door, eyed widow, with one idol, her nephew, take him away from you ?" Craig winced. Nell had an inflec- I think I am cured."

And in her heavy eyes delight is dead, sighed as she answered : But he l lets me help him When tion for those two words that cut himto And Warrenton finds in his lifeworks

And passion lies death-bound for ever- She is a great trial, Craig But I[ left school a year ago, he had teachers the quick.He of charity and usefulness an active -

more. we must endure it for a month or two." for music and language come to the saw very little of her during the helper, not only in the child his

"Down the burn, Davy, love!" house for two hours every day. The next week. Dr.. Warrington, rightly love trained to the duty, but in Crai ;. -.Her, naked feet rest on the sharp, grey stone: ; floated in the open window, and in a rest of the time I work for papi'I\ judging that work was the best cure his son-in-law.1 n'

Her empty hands fall idly still and cold ; moment a tall, handsome girl of seven- have a ward iii the children's hospital tor loneliness, had hunted up a few --- ---. -- --,'--

i Hpr lips forget the joy they once had known, teen came up the porch steps, having under my care, and I sew for the patients cases during his week's stay in the vil- Traveler's Guide

The vain swee trapture that was there made a circuit of the house from the and keep.the laboratory of'that lage, where Nell could minister to the
of old. drawing-room window. ward in orderKeep /'. sufferings caused by overwork and KAIUIOAD.Day .
Passenger Train leaves
II. Dear," said :Mrs. Chester, holding it in'prder:; -?'"questioned Mrs. poverty, and Nell, missing her daily For Cedar Key and Wild wood-and

uP a, warning finger, "do try to be a Chestnut. labors in the hospital, entered heart all points on Transit Road10.23:? a.m
The damp night wind is rising through the Your cousin is See that the medicine bottles are and soul into the field of Savannah. and all points Xorth
land, little quieter. very new duty. and\ est................................10.25 .
; rolled in the The first casesled others and a.m
nervous this morning. always filh'd" bandages to home (connecting at Callahan.)
u Stirring the grasses, on the low sea wall ; The idea of a man not twenty-four drawers, lint scraped, sticking plasters hours were taken up with sewing for For Tallahassee,Pei acola and all
1 The chill! sea mist creeps slow along the said Helen War ready the instruments at hand, and some of the of the children. points on the Florida Central it;
nerves, poorest
sand, any Western Railroad................ ...10.23a.m.;
And the the dark \\yavl's rise and rington, putting aside the lace curtainsto everything in_,order for instant use. But, in the intervals of work, Nell (connecting at Baldwin.)
I fall.on night step into the Poor little In[ case of accident life may hang on took a mischievous delight in upsetting Day Passenger Train arrives

tfl fellow, she added, in a soothing tone, one second of promptness or delay. Craig's nervous system. She sang only From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and

k The midnight tido comes swiftly up the approaching the lounge, did it wantto Papa has taught me how to act in emer- her most dashing bravuras at the hours From all points Savannah on the and Transit all 4.33 p.m,

shore, be quiet?" gencies, before physicians or surgeonscan for noon-day repose. She-stole bottlesof the North and West...points...........? 4.35 p.m.
... Across the darkened sky the black clouds Craig flushed under the keen sarcasm be summoned." tonic and filled them with molasses From Tallahassee, Pensacola. antI

;IC H., sweep, of the great black eyes, looking '' A female doctor," said Craig witha and water. She made bread pills and all points on the Florida Central
fe Western Railroad.................
4 And still she watches by that silent dooriJ down upon his tall figure ; but said, suppressed, sneer in his tone. put them upon the tray of dainty food, 4.35p.m.

With dreamless eyes weighed down with rather fretfully : No, cousin Craig, but, I hope, an especially prepared for the invalid's, For Right Wildwood'......-....... 6.00p.m.
iJ 1 t pain and sleep.\ ; ,V People in rude health have no idea efficient nurse. I have no desire to appetite. She put red pepper: in the For Savannah and all points:Xorth

And hourly hear the restless j waters rise of the sufferings of invalids." step out of woman's true sphere, or eau-de-cologne, pins in the lounge pil- and West................................ 5.30p.m. I
I it is of the duties and lows and the (connecting at Callahan.)
And drench her loosened hair with windblown suppose shockingly vulgarto usurp any privilegesof paste on afghan. She Train
0 1 spray; ** ; have no aches or' pains," was the a man. But'' I (try to do faithfullysuch roused Craig to energy, if only to protest From Night Cedar Passenger Key Wildwood arrives. and

About her weary feet the sea foam lies, reply, but refined laziness was never duty as lies'.under my hand. We that she was the plague of his life. all points on the Transit Roud... 8.50 a. m.
temptation." are rich, as know, and He tried to salve his conscience by From Savannah and all points in
very you
,1J And she watches-till the break of my papais
; yet day. ..! .
the Xorth and West ... ........ 8.50 a.m.
:My dear, sickness is not laziness ? training me to fill a noble, useful offering Nell money for her proteges, From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
"",;:'tfj"' in. 1 exclaimed Mrs. Chester. place in the world, as far as I can !r' and she told him brusquely that she all points on Florida Central it

; No-but-" Forgive me," said Craig, frankly had all she wanted., Western Railroad..................... 8.50a.m.
( Far off the sunk moon lingers,dim and red;
That was all ; but again Craig I was rude." Letters from Nice informed Nellie FEnX.XDIX.JACKSOSVILLE J:. R. I
f\\ Far ofT the pale dawn wakens, chill and
Train leaves
t'. gray ; flushed under the scrutiny of the dark Helen bowed gravely and walkedout that her aunt was far too ill to return For Jacksonville.daily..,..except.........Sunday-........... ..00:1.: m.
+ Over the land a shadowy light is spread- of the room to visit one or two of home, and after two months death released For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p. m.
eyes.A grating of wheels upon the gravel, the village patients her father had left her, and Warrenton, being Train arrives daily, except :Sunday
And with the night the storm winds die ...... .. ... .
From Jacksonville .. .. ...11.18 a. m.
1 away. and a voice calling Nellie, caused :Miss under her care. And Craig, half-pet- in the city once more, sent for his From Jacksonville...................... ..10 p. w
ftm Warrington to dash through the open tishlv.. wondered whv her words had daughter. Snndltllonly-

The waves have brought their burden to her window again, and in another moment left such. a sting. He was rich, too, A sudden dismay seized Craig. For From Jacksonville .....................10.20 a. ni.
feet- she beside in but what human the better the first time he realized From Jacksonville s.4)p. m.
was standing a buggy being was how muchof For Jacksonville ........................ G.;)'>0 a. in.
\ 1 Her drowned love, with blood-red seaweed which was seated an elderly gentleman. for any noble use of his wealth? His sunshine Nell would carry with her. For Jacksonville ........................ 5.15 p. in.
mtj crowned- home was luxurious, and the most elab- He studied it well, and, to his cousin's MALLORY USE.
k Her drowned love (oh"bitter yoke and One more drive, Nell ?" he asked. orate of invaliddevices, were arranged unbounded amazement, made her an For Sew York direct, by steam-
State of Texas of
ships or City
'y4 sweet Wait until I get a hat, papa !1" i in his bed-roomi-and.sitting-room; ,but offer of marriage San Antonio,'Thursday evening ,.GO p.ut_
.'. With which loves hands our idle hearts She was seated beside him a moment I he could find hd comfort'that morning.His 'Thank you," she said;shortly, "I From New York direct by City of
)1f have bound!) later her face hair have been full of do not home Then San Antonio and State'of Texas,
!, very grave. easy- fancy hospitals. every Friday........................... 3.00p.m.
"What have been doing? her thorns for ease he found there seeing the pained face she added
Silent and cold, low at her door he lies, you any ; more ST. MARYS RIVER.
father asked. his novel had lost its interest and his When I Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
:);' About his brow clings close,, the tangled gently : marry, Craig, my

fer hair, "Singing to keep from crying. It nap was an impossibility. husband will Be a man doing a man'swork. For St.and Marys Friday and..Crandall............,..Tuesday .......-3.00 p.m"
S(,:.! And closed forever are the blinded eyes- is so hard to let you got!1" Craig !1" his aunt cried, aghast, halfan Not a miserable hypochondriac, i For St. Marys .and Dnnjreness, on
t; The passionate lips are still, and calm and "I know it, Nell ; but it is my duty. hour later, you surely are not go- whining out his life upon a sofa." 'VCilnesdaYal1l1 Saturday......... 2.00p.m.
t fair. Your poor aunt is certainly alone in ing out in the broiling sun !" It was the caustic medicine, and For St. Mary's and King's :Ferry,
( Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.
"" 'I Nice, and some one must go to her. I t Only for a walk to the village." Craig rejected it at first. But as the Steamer Jlartha arrives
love-he has back
: .I Take back thy come at will return as soon as'possible. In the '{ But you can send Tom for any- days wore on, the sting rankling deeper From St. Marys and Crandall, on

? last- meantime this is a pleasant home." thing you want." touched cords of conscience, and Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m.
'\ Take back thy love of lonely, desolate From St. and ,
:; Pleasant !1" the girl cried, with an "I will not walk far." Craig Warrenton roused himself to on Wednesday Marys and Saturday Dunjreness.... 9.00 a. in

.M years; expressive grimace. u Papa, you area The sun was hot, and Craig was not self-communing that was bitter but From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
I Kiss his dead lips to life-forget the past- Tuesday and :Friday................ 2.00 ni.NotIIce. .
; Wipe off the stain upon his brow with doctor. Tell me if my cousin Craigis strong, in spite of his tall figure and wholesome. It was not easy to cast p.
1 K.I tears. really sick ?" broad chest. Very soon he felt that off habits that were life-long, fosteredby ----
l "Yes and he either sit down fall down actual .
","r no. must or some suffering, encouraged
i4.< I\'. I thought as much." and, very pal -'lie entered a little by his aunt, and most assurdedly not I \TTIIEREAS APPLICATION HAS been
g 1 \V made to the County Court in and for
,;; Slowly she rises life has run its race-r- He is certainly delicate, and both porch, and sank upon a seat there. discouraged by the village physician i the County of Nassau, i"lorilla. by T. .\.
: his parents died very young. But he When the firsts dizzy sensation was drawing a yearly income therefrom. Acosta Administrator of the estate of Jane
.1ti Her gray eyes look upon his crowned pets his ailments till from dwarfs they over, he heard a familiar voice on the Nell's astonishment reached a cli- i Y. Acosta. for an order to sell for paymentsof
: head, debts, the following real estate, belongingto
,:l t On the dark waters, on the calm, white face become giants. If Craig were a poor other side of the window, beside whichhe max at the New Year, when Craig said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, that i is.
man he would probably overcome all sat. Warrenton walked ;into the room where Lots seven ((7). nine (9)! ) and ten ((10) in
With dull dead she looks the
'tti, eyes upon his weakness. As a rich man, he will Remember," the voice said-and her father was giving her a lesson in Block Xo. four ((4) ; also Lots seven ((7)), nine
1 dead. ((9)), and J of ten ((10) in Block Xo. nine ((9)),
i probably die in a few years of sheer Craig wondered at its low, sweet tone practical chemistry. the City of Fernandina, County of Nassau,
"1 1 "So cry from herset lips-no flush of pain- want of purpose and exercise. He is -" you are to make no assertion for Uncle Rolf," Craig said, "Nell ob- Florida, (Old Town), with the improvements

"' He has come back; but she had long towait dyspeptic from lying about on beds the present. I have engaged :Mrs. jects to home hospitals, but I have Rousseau; and Eustis Theodore J. Acosta Rousseau Lilian, Julius Marton.D.

I,l'<\ ; and lounges, instead of walking and Ridley to come here and do all the come to you professionally." wife of Charles, Marton, Kate,Acosta, Alberti

: r Long, weary years had she kept watch ink riding. He takes cold by keeping him- work and care for you. When you are "My dear boy, what can I do for Acosta Isadore Acosta Odena AeostaCharIes
vain- self ever in an artificial atmosphere." quite strong again, I will see that you you ? Look out, Nell. If you mix Acosta, Francis Aco 1 heirs of said Jane Y. Acosta deceased, are
i a Love has come back, but he has come too And he has nerves," said Nellie, have sewing to do." those. acids we will have. an exploI" cited and notiiied to show cause on or before
I' 1s late. contemptuously. God bless you, :Miss Your father !" the 10th day of September, 1885, why said

,, J Unfortunately he has, keenly sen- and yourself are true Christians !1" I "To avert such a calamity I will retire order. should not be granted H. BAKER if any ,theycan.

I Take back thy dead, oh, strong, dark, ruthless sitive ones," was the grave reply, A rustle at the door, and Craig saw while Craig tells you all his new County Judge, X. C.
..' sea; "with only self-indulgence to foster Nellie looking at him with such utter ailments. Poor fellow !" T. A. ACOSTA,

iI. Hide his fair face in beds of wind-blown all their vagaries. Understand me, amazement tha;her face was actuaily She flashed away and Craig, looking Administer of the Estate of Jane Y.

ki\ foam ; Nell. Your cousin does suffer, more ludicrous. -: after her, said : ,Acosta dec. U 18R5. 4w
Fernandina, Flu., August ,
i ;, Year not. pale Death; he will be true X tot than you can well realize, and he will 'I came to e escort you home, he "Uncle Rolf, --I love Nellie !r' .,----
thee suffer more and more as he encourageshis said, "and the heat was too much for Dear me I thought she tormented In the Circuit Court,
!.1 Fear not, oh, sea, he will not l leave thy troubles." me !1" you to the verge of insanity?" FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, :NASSAU

; "' home! "Want shaking up?" He was still Deadly pale ; but Nel- So she does. Nevertheless I want COUNTY, FLORIDA.

1j.1<.\J Exactly, mentally and physically." lie, stepping back to the house, returned her for my wife. She objects to nerves, ANN BYRD
'.! Over' the threshhold drifts the tide; the door One thing is certain," said Nell ; with her handkerchief dripping with so I have come to get rid of mine. Se- "C.\TJI.\RIXE.vs.: 1 Order-Divorce.In Chancery. .

j .I Is shut; the waves have borne their deadaway either he or I will die before you re cold water, to lay it upon his head. riously, Uncle Rolf, I'want you to takeme JACOB DANIEL BYRD. J

1 .' ; turn. I feel smothered every time ]I 'You had better' postpone your for your patient, and see if thereis ITPIEARIXG, FROM TIUAFPIDA the -
complainant -
'V .... Ann Byrd,
The watcher is
within, but never more go into the sitting room, and he groans next walk till after sunset," she said, stuff in me for a man, useful and in above suit, that the defendant.
:: Will she keep watch until the break of every time I raise my voice above a dryly "meantime wait here and I ,honorable. A man, in short, that you Jacob Daniel Byrd, id absent from said
a day. whisper. It is too bad to will for will for son-in-law if Nell County, and that his place of residence in
the not
lilly i --- ----- : papa, see : go buggy. reject a .said State is unknown to her, and that she
I :.':: .THE LOVE CURE. him so. I think he is the very hand- "No! I will walk back." 'will have nue,." has failed to discover the same after diligent
r, somest man I ever saw, and he con- Nellie's ample sun umbrella was a With all my heart !1" inquiry :

r ,,:':.A REMEDY THAT WORKS GREATER WONDERS verses:well, too." help on the return walk ; but Craig Nell was saucy and ,sarcastic when defendant Now, therefore, Jacob, it Daniel is ordered Byrd,that appear the said and

;" .. THAN 3IEDICINE.' A fine fellow !1" the doctor replied fully justified his aunt's fear's by the. Warrenton told her Craig was to 'answer or demur to complainant's said bill

i. with a quizzical look Nellieward, but condition in which he entered the ,be their guest, and yet the invalid of complaint, filed in said Court, in the
,yi { "Aunt Emily, that girl will be the unobserved ; "but I want to talk house. Nell pelted him with sarcastic knew that she gave him sweetest en- county of Nassau, on or before the first of
Monday in October, being the fifth day
.\ death of me.: about you now. While I am gone-" inquiries, all ,the time keeping cold couragement in a thousand ways. It said month,A. D.,1885. And this order is
The speaker who had raised himself: And the doctor began a long stringof water on his head and otherwise taking was a hard task to follow Dr. Warren- to be published in the Florida Mirror, a

to a sitting position to deliver the energetic directions for this his only child he such precautions as seemed best against ton's, rules, and Craig might,have often newspaper published in the city of Fernan
of Nassau, and State of Florida -
t protest, sank back upon a was leaving for the first time in her injurious effects* fainted by the way, only' Nelly was dina, for county four consecutive weeks.

lounge with a sigh of utter exhaustion. life. It was bitter work for both, but You '!see what useless animal I there to" see, to rouse him by her wit Witness, the Hon. James M. Baker Judgeof
i) : The room shaded from the had made said Court,and the seal thereof tins
summer they duty and self-sacrifice am, he said to her. or by her gentleness to help him on.
i. ; .'sun by window awnings, costly furnished watchwords for so long that there was I see that you chose a wrong timeto With physical strength came a mental the 3rd" day .of September J. A.;EDWABIH A. D. 18&Nby ,
\\I ; and speaking of invalidism in no hesitation when these called for walk health desire and ... Clerk X. C.
', > ,sep- after living in this cell all sum- a. to be up doing :, ,, Circuit Court,
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for LicenseTo his x rna-k. Daniel Mitchell his 'x mark. Extract From a 'Private Letter. SEWING MACHINES IT r ,
Henry Barker. C J Van Nostrand, Daniel Regarding: Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite H.,._'
Ellis S A Mode, Henry Stile his x mark Remedy,' the writer, Prof.. A. B. .Chandler, I ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES .
fa Honorable Board ,of County Com- Samuel' Pinkney. his x,mark Shade Hayeshis Principal of the Academy, Bnxikhaven, -
Natxau Florida x mark, Joseph Williams Jr his x mark, Miss., says: "I suffered from torpidity of For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices- The
inituiiofHrsfor County, : Light-Running
Commodore his mark Pablo ;
Henry x Rodgers the liver and bowels and paralysis. I used
f RESPECTFULLY ask to be granted a his x mark. Charles Cooper his x mark the'Favorite Remedy' two month, and
I License for the sale of Ales. Wines and William Blue Jr his x mark. W C'Byrd hisx am now able to use my side; which for ,two -ALSOMls -

LIquors in the City of Fernandina, and en- mark. Daniel Johnson his:x, mark, Adam months and am now able to' ruse my side, of uHlI ;
toe! : herewith the signatures of a majorityof Young, Benjamin Wideawake his x mark which for a long time had beenlike.. a pieceof I for: any Sedescriw )[chine, F"DmsTlcTf\ !

the, as legally required registered byAli BERT voters. of this precinct mark R W Caldwell May Small Freeman his x mark Copeland Ephraim his x letter dead than general" health was never for sale. ................-.......-...............-..........."..-......-....-..: .

GLAJ ER. Latham his x mark. Marshall Jinkins his x $1J'""Old Machines
repaired at moderate
Fernandina, Fla., September 9, 1885. mark Henry Martin his x mark. Joseph prices. .
This cut shows the new style of wood work
Bowls his x mark, Nelson A Roundtree hisx HENRY HOBEIN.
THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS mark, James Culpepper his x mark R A $500OOHJEAR.STATEMENT Corner Third and Ash Streets. ,that the company is now introducing.
TOTE McBean William his mark. W L
voters of Ferr.andina, Precinct King x 8 Fernandina Fla.
N'o. 1,respectfully request that a License for Culpepper his x mark, Isaac Shooklv his x .- -_
the retail of Malt and Spirituous!: Liquors be mark. Maurice Jones his x mark. Andrew OF THE AMERICAN,
granted to ALBERT GLAIBER, he having Brown his x mark, Roderick Baker his x NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES R. S. SCHUYLER,
complied with the law provided for the mark, Isaac Wight his x mark. Charley
Grant his x mark. Thomas Mitchell his x AND CANADA EXPRESS COM --=ARCHITECT--

ame-t asar Baker his x mark, Charles McRory mark, Stephen Finlay his x mark, Adam A PANIES. TROY N. Y. ,-
his x mark John J Douglas, W S Polhe- Gibhs his x mark, Stephen Wright his x The strength of Rome lay not. in her multitude -
HIUS, Chas it Mann. Win L Harding, F It mark Cam Robinson his mark. Louis Davis nor in her grain-laden fleets. These DESIGNS FOR BUILDING OF ALL
his mark William Tobey his x mark with Plans, Details, Specifications -
x ,
Krus'e:: William Swann his x mark Henry were elements of strength, but her never- and
Than nahan, Louis Williams his mark, William Thomas Hubbard his x mark. Bristo Roberts failing resource lay in the self-cocitrol and Superintendence... .
Martin, Jas T O'Neil, W P V Scott, his x mark Lewis Cooper his x mark discipline of Roman soldiers. Disciplineit -- -
Joseph Higgins, Lewis Robinson his x mark John W Smith his x mark. Moses HooperJr is the very soul to all the wonderful mean-
Henry Bell his x mark Jefferson Harris his Harry Woodruff, II A 'Butler, Seek'I ing possessed by the word veteran." Mr.
x mark. Robert Cunningham his x mark Mitchell his x mark, Frederick Baker his xI Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in the express CLMAXPLUGTDBACCQ ;z
mark Peter Johnson his x mark.Charles -
his business. "
Moses[ J Taylor, Cupid Armstrong: x "Thirty-three years. he
mark, Van Ellison his x mark Dock Scott Baker his x mark Roman Traeye his:: x said to your reporter. "Fve'stood 'at this '
his x mark, Reuben Walker his x mark, mark, Joseph Hunter his x mark, Henry desk." It is the discipline of"years of expe- ,
J II Muck, T J McLenon, Minus McCJary, Harker his x mark Francis Butler Sr his i I rience which gives him the position he holds kEOTINTAC-
James Williams, Stephen Washington, Jul- mark Simon Johnson Sr his mark, Richard in the trust and esteem of these three great l '
ius Evans his x mark, Edgar Johnson his x Roberts Sr his mark William Long his x' corporations. "We have a business of :: .
: '
mark, John Benjamin his x mark, George mark. Amos Atkinson his x mark. Parish $500,000 a year and I've been absent from fl .- ..' -
Clinch his x mark, Henry Stewart his x Simmons his x mark, Merrick Alberti his x this office hardly a month in all that time,
mark, Thomas Fletcher his x mark Green mark, Louis Jinkins his x mark, James C although I must confess that many times
Hemlon his x mark, John Backer his x Boens, Stephen Hayes, William Joseph Sr I've worked here when suffering great pain l...
mark, Lewis Watson his x mark, James his x mark. Lewis James his x mark, James for I've been troubled all my life with biliousness '
Bell, Robert Tucker his x mark George Love Jr his x mark Thomas Keyser his x and dyspepsia. My system had be- Artistically, Beautt lI1I.
Bryant his x mark, Jacob Gromly, J. John mark Thomas Lancaster his x mark Alex- come so reduced and weak that I had no Without, George II. Westfield, George ander Brinson his x mark, April Bonaparthis appetite and my digestion wholly disordered. a Peer.
Norman his x mark Geil Dorsey, James J. x mark.Robert Fitzgerald, William Blue I've tried various remedies, but almost --
Morris his x mark, Jacob Klarer, Stephen Sr his mark Henry Knabb his x mark, D S two years ago I happened to hit upon Dr. IN ITS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION
McCann his x mark Frank Holzendorf his Delany, Henry Martin his x mark, C E Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. After IT
x mark, Dempsey Alexander his x mark Freeman, Peter Miller his x mark Thomas using only one bottle or so I began to feel WILL FIT. HAS NO RIVAL t j!

Tobc Alexander his x mark, James Smith Lang his x mark. Berry Kennedy his x stronger in every way. The great difficulty TH EY ARE STYLISH. The new lines of attachment that are
his x mark, Freeman Farrow his x mark, mark Dudley Williams his x mark. Daniel has been with my digestion, but this seems now being placed with each "Domestic"are J
George Anderson his x mark, Jacob :Muller Williams his x mark Benjamin Mack his x to regulate it perfectly. I have sir great WILL PLEASE YOU. specialties. No other machine has them :
his x mark, W J("rim his xmark,Paris Johnson mark John Smith' his x mark, Edward Dr. Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. I THE These attachments and the new wood-work
Den Thomas his x mark, Ned Jones hisx Clark his x mark W W Lancaster his x have bought and given a great deal of :It to MEN'S FINE SHOES make the Domestic' more than everwithout K
Lawrence his mark Dock mark Ganer Spencer his x mark, Edward the around here those know
mark, Lang x poor ; you 1.1.I question, 1
Warren, Hensy Keyser his x mark, Isaac Johnson his x mark Romeo Denegall, Nick who have no money to buy medicine of any I I 9- :
White his x mark David Monroe William Robinson his x mark James Lang his x kind, for there are a great many troubled 7., HAND-MADE The Acknowledged Standard of I
Monroe his x mark. Henry L Clark his x mark Paul V Robinson his x mark, Tom with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid. i

mark, James McDuffee his x mark Louis Heidt, Henry Harly George W Spencer I always keep FAVORITE REMEDYin GOODYEAR WELTS Excellence. I 4 I
Spaulding his x mark Thomas Wilkersonhis Stephen Morris his x mark John Jones hisx the house. I consider it the best medi- 'ygfy MACHINE
x mark. Joseph Blake George Deniotte mark W J Hanley Henry Johnson, cine for the blood in the market. Well, I 1
Charles Williams, Charles Muller, V R David Monroe his x mark, J H Muck, May must attend to the matter for the western ti S d SEWED. f
Bristol A H Waas, Willis Hall his x Denefield, Robert Butler his mark, Isaac part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I ;, gRR Op -
mark, Joseph Gibbs his x mark, Dennis Lewis his x mark, Julius Williams his x am coming down to Rondout to see him in Nero a
Nichols his x mark, Richard Nelson his x mark, Sam Young his x mark, John B Lee August. I want to know him." I left the HENRY HOBEIN, I,
mark Port W King, William Wilson his x his x mark John Freeman his x mark veteran, still at his post, rejoicing in healthnd )
mark J. F. Jones Ben Redding, Peter Peterson James Lang Jr his x mark, Walter Robertshis grateful to Dr. Kennedy. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. t J
his x mark Andrew Perry his x x mark, Charles Lucas his x mark, Mor-
mark. Perry Andrew his x mark Ambrose ris Jordan his x mark, Henry McDonald, .REGULATION HACK BY .- '

Robinson his x mark William Jones his x Cyrus Howard, Charles Newman, Prince FORBIDDING TIlE CULTIVATION OF HATHAWAY, SOULE & HARRINGTON. Agents* wanted in unoccupied territory ;
Drummond Jr his mark Robert Irvin hisx
x ,
mark James Stewart his x mark, Henry
mark Andrew Perry his x mark Louis
Hobein Chatham Clinch his x mark, Ed- '1
goods are made In all the Leading Style
ward Bailey his x mark, Heedan Swearingen Napoleon his x mark, George Perry his x OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA. and Sold Everywhere by first.class dealers. We DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., 1 '

Ed Johnson, George Hill his x mark, mark, George Redmond his x mark, Henry BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARDof workmen.use first-class As stock have and had employ and none but skilled RICHMOND VA. ti ,
we more longer
experience -
Turner Duling, Archie Love his x mark Sellett his x mark, Dock Williams his x Health for the County of Nassau In Mlyenr\Veltg than any other manufac .
James Williams his x mark Scipio Williamshis mark, W H Williams his x mark, Lymus Florida, That no person or persons shall be turers of MEN'S FI SHOES.It acknowledged by
all that we take the iPa i. Ask your dealer for the Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc. a quart, at 1
L Williams Jas
Thomas his x mark Josiah allowed to turn
x mark, Ben Mitchael his x mark, Wash permitted or plant, up or HATHAWAY. SOULE &: HAKRINGTON SHOE It
Calhoun his x mark Henry Scott his x mark, Williams his x mark, John Smith his x disturb the soil or surface of any lot or lands you are looking: for a srmvi n--riHf>at a medium prl* JACOB KLARER'S. Eif
William Cooper his x mark, James Avery, mark; Thomas Blake his x mark, Joseph within the corporate limits of the City of -
Richard Frank C E Jones,John Mooney, Harry his x: mark, Wiley Jones his x mark Fernandina, for any purpose.or to plant or ,>,
William Young his x mark, Daniel Baxter, Edward Johnson 2 his x mark John White, cultivate any such lot or lands after the first ,.
\ Franklin his x mark, Edward Mc- James Sye,Henry Beard, Dudley Williamshis of May and before the tenth day of Novem- ,

Rae, Henry W Smith, Sam Vickory his x x mark, James Long jr his x mark, Jas ber of any year: and any person or persons ': ;
mark, Henry Hooper his x mark, Samuel Thomas his x mark, Thomas Wilson his x violating this regulation shall be dealt with
Brown his x mark, Isaiah Morrison his x mark James Albert his x mark. Henry according to law: Provided. That this regu-
mark, John Finley his x mark George Fo- Commodore his x mark, Warren Commodore lation is not to be construed as forbidding FAMILY GROCERIES .
garty his x mark,Sam Lofthouse his x mark his x mark, Cornelius Bell, Richard L the cultivation of flowers or planting grasson
Lee Johhson his x mark, Jesse Tynes his x Roberts, Henry Smith his x: mark Smal- premises occupied by the owner. aN a
mark John Washington his x mark, Lemon wood Temple, Rufus Johnson,Henry Smith, Approved July 29, 18&5.
Jones his x mark John Thomas his x mark, Thomas Sims his x mark Simon Valentinehis H. E. DOTTERER,
Lewis Walker his x mark, Arthur L Shaw x mark, Jacob Stokes his x mark David President pro tern.
Charley Wright, Albert Adam his x mark, Freman his x mark, William Moore Anth- II. J. BAKER. Secretary.
G E Skipper, William Cox his x mark Obed ony )Moore Warren Mason, A Steil, S B WHITNEB SCHUYLER
Young his x mark Isaac McCall his x mark Leggett, S Carrio W P Streety, H S Lawrence -
Joseph David, James L Long his mark C H Huot, Fred V Frank Chas H MARX HELD & CO.

Edward Robinson, George Avery his x Berg, David Moody, W J Godfrey W H (
mark Allen Mitchell his x Mark, Mack Pope J W Robison, C H Lee, J W Latham AND MANUFACTURERS OF t

Williams his x mark, John A Ferreira, B F Waas, Geo Robinson, Albert Reynolds,
Alonzo Jones, William Thomas his x mark, Eddie Reynolds,John Gardner Fred Loh- FLOWERSFEATHERS .
Isaac Sheldon John Smith his mark Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store,
Solomon Jackson his x mark J C Annett, man, x
Charles J Westberg. John Crandall Wiley John S Lee F C Latham, CJ Kimball, A W AND
Toney his x mark Riley Toney his x mark, Lohman,Ed Clark,Louis Lange Carl Frank
C II Saunders Henry Fletcher his x mark W J Lohman, John L Smith, W H LeCain, x x1Vc.
George Bell, Francis Butler Jr, Simon Wilson S L Dennette. M Ferreira Wm L Crim, G L
47 Cm1'T-rE: :
his x mark, Daniel King his x mark Martin, G A Latham, J H Newton, Jno L 600 & 602 Broadway, New York. >. ,

Abner Blake his x mark Warren H Com- Taylor, Henry Johnson, W E Gray, Emil 0 Pay the Highest Market Price for all kindsof I
modore his x mark. Peter Allen, Stephney Friend, A 'Vi&hard, D Alverson, J II Muck, Bird Skins Egret White Crane Heron-
Johnson his x mark, Lemon Foster John Paul Funke, C B Murray, R Hanley, John- Plumage etc. Ship Direct to New York.

Wells his x mark It 'V C Humings, Peter nie Hernandez, B T Rich J C Rntishauser, Can use only large quantities. Express charges A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: .
)McCall Thomas L Wilson, William Taylor F C Ferreira Sr, M E Hunt, J H Mooney, must be prepaid on sample packages. 36 ,
his x mark,Samuel Savage his x mark John John A Ellermann, Frank W Marshall RD ft ftGROCERIES
King his x mark, J T Mitchell his x mark, Belcher, L N Gordon, Geo W Schuyler, I
Peter Bonaud,Sam Brown his x mark,July Mode, G Stark, Ephraim Latham his x WANTED
Young his x mark Rufus Saxon, Paul Ca- mark, Charley Camrell his x mark, S M e
palia his x mark, Edward Mordecai, Willis Blease his x mark W B )McLelland D W 1 BLE SALESMENtravel AND m.
Waters, Summersault Cooper, J W Whitens, McLelland, Julius Klotz, Albert Glaiber, fINE TEA*
Israel Grant his x mark Boston Floyd his x Henry Peterson.We T: Cigars and sell.Tobaccos the trade and the staple and ot cele the ,
mark, J W Jones, Allen Harker his x mark, WYORK&hA.VAN'ACIGARCOMPANY.?Liberal .

Newton Bradley his x mark, John Smithhis the undersigned, hereby certify that rfghtman.arrangements.Fortenns SAIABT address or COMMISSION at once. joald Mention to this the
x mark Charles Brown his x markWil the persons whose names appear in the fore- paper.NEW YORK&HA VANA CIOA R CO.,
liam Thompson his x mark, Levy Young, going petition, signed the same or attached 37 Broadway New York.
Robert Jones his mark John Alberti! hisx
their marks thereto in our presence and
mark, Wabby Washington his x mark, M that neither fraud, bribery nor deceptionwas Pure Spices, Canned Goods,

Downey, Plato King, Emanuel Papena hisx used in procuring said signatures or ENGINES I G. .
i 1 f
mark, William Lizzimore his x mark !
Marshall Irons, John Felder his x mark, marks.'V.. MASON Most economical and durable. Cheapest in the
market, quality considered. SAW MILLS, CORN
Austin, John McDermott Owen Kelly
Dennis Nichols((2))tsr his x: mark Ryas Hig- TH. WILKERSON, Y. Send for catalogue.A. Imported Mies el Sauces Brietl Fruits Nuts

gins his x mark, Samuel Lizzimore hisx F. KRTTSE A. FARQUHAR ,
mark Dan Harris his x: mark, Ebbin P. W. KING. ,
Walker his x mark, Douglass King his x I Pennsylvania Agricultural Works York Pa.
mark, Jacob Johnson his x mark, Louis
Paplio his x mark, Oswell Germain his x: STATE OF FLORIDA, ) of
mark Benjamin Germain his x mark Sam- CoUNTY OF NASSAU. JOn College Physicians! Surgeons,

uel Campbell his x mark.Jacob Baker his x this day personally appeared beforeme CRACKERS AND CANDIES '7:
mark,Fred C Gibson his x mark,Isaac :Pino Albert Glaiber, to me well known, ,
his x mark Jacob Harris his x mark, Thos who, being duly sworn, deposeth and says This School offers to Medical Students unsur-
Lang his x mark, Henry Holzendorf Jr his that each and every name or mark ,affixedto passed Clinical and other advantages. Send fora 4
Catalogue to Dr. THOMAS OPIE Dean,
the above petition was the act and deed
mark, Stephney Green his x mark. Peter 179 N. Howard Street.
Blue bis x mark, Thomas Holzendorf his x of the party purporting to have signed the /k',

mark Lattimore Edwards his x mark,John same and that said signatures were signedin and ,*:> .
Elbert his x mark, Curtis Williams his x the presence of at least two credible witnesses .:. ,
mark Joseph Lewis his x mark,James LoveJr and that there was no fraud briberynor ** ";" "

his x mark Sam Walker Connoil Green- deception used in procuring said signa- DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING.Complete Best 'Brands Family Hour, ; .
field his x mark, A G Wilson, A M V Haaf-- tures or marks of said persons whose names
ten,Sable Keyser his x mark; Frank Webber appear signed to the above petition. courses In Analytical Chemistry,Geology -
his x mark Alfred Hampton his x mark ALBERT GLAIBER. and Civil and Mining Engineering. For. Choice Butter and Cheese, ,

Robert Miller his x mark Allen. Johnson Subscribed and sworn to before this Catalogue apply (P.O. University of Virginia) to .
his x mark Aaron McCall his x mark, Ben- 9th of 1885. me, DR. JAMES F. HARRISON, Chairman : '-,'.' .,. ,
jamin Fuller his :x mark,James Drummond day September CHAS., H. BERG IT: : Hams Bacon Lard etc.
his x mark July Mitchell his x: mark Abra- ADVERTISERS I send for,our Select List of ,
ham Tremmins his x mark Moses Hunterhis Notary Public. Geo. Rowell & Co.,.
10 Spruce Street, New York. .
x mark Louis Deas his x:mark William
Knabb his x mark, Benjamin Talbot his x ,
mark Frank Emerson his x: mark Mack CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER JSrO CURE 3XTO P.A."Y. :"
Sweetwine his x mark Adam Williams, W DICKEY'SPAINLESS TOP.ACCOZ.: "Z.Z.r:
:Snead, John Smith his x mark Jeremiah Alachua Street between Second and Third '. '
Thomas his x mark Rodwell Palmer his :x: EYE WATER .

mark, Stephen Stewart his x mark, Lewis FERNANDINA FLA. ; :
Johnson his x mark Joseph Longwood hisx RELIEVES AT ONCE. Cures inflamed and : t
mark Richard Thomas his x: mark Henry Orders and estimates from a distance care-j .in a few houn. Gives NO PAIN. .. .; :
Holzendorf Sr his x mark, Sandy Williams Price,35 cents a bottle. Ask for it. \":::\ ,?
"Weelcly.l a
fully to. Supplies
DICKEY & ANDERSON,Prop'ra, Bristol, Tenn. *3-:Free Delivery. Fresh

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t THE FLOW.IDA ii IPItOP.xI We hope under the auspices of the THE STATE CENSUS. An Ordinance New Advertisements

Fruit, Exchange there will be much The census returns from the differ- Amencinq'an Ordinance granting the .

GIORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. better riianagement in the shipment ent counties of the State show a gen- right of way to the Florida Improvement milE JL located UNIVERSITY: OF THE '
is nni.nTJ1
Co., approved May 20 1885. at SEWANEE TE. X..
< eral and marked increase of Cumberland Plateau 2.000 feet above the
six months of incoming The disaster : popula- level. th
Subscription 82 per year; 81. our crop. HAVING BEEN BROUGHT TO THE This school under the special patroneof
N tion. The southern counties have I IT the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal c&
of last year ought to be a warning notice of Council that an error was made In the South and Southwest offers the healtS
Office! corner Centre and First streets,second floorKATES by the petitioner.asking for the right of residence and the best ,
of the mistakes received the largest accession to their way advantages, both 'tl
the In
against repetition to: the above named Company and the peti- and educational. In its ol'lits !

k OF ,ADVERTISING. and the want of system, from which population, as was naturally to be tioner representing that the Fernandina & the Collegiate special claims and Theol0ical of this: .DepartaXtf V*
University for VTatmr
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents fort fruit then suffered. expected; but the central portions of Amelia Beach Railway Company are the age apply for documents to the Rev TFr vS:
each subsequent insertion. our growers party to whom the right of way should be HODGSOfr. Vice-Chancellor, Sewanee,Tenn, lR
the State also show and given therefore,
a steady ;
r4' Special local notices, 15 cents a line. The of 1885-6 is supposed to
crop It is hereby ordained by the City Councilof
Reading notices,25 cents a line. equal,if not to exceed,that of 18845.It substantial increase. Columbia county the City of Fernandina. that the above Hiprsltif of
Special: rate for time advertisements upon appli Georgia
,is a fair specimen of a good fanning named ordinance be amended by substituting -
! the,office.Commill1ications. will probably be found to be much the words Fertiandina&Amelia Beach ,

larger. It is not to be expected that county, in which fruitgrowingis Railway Company" for the "Florida ATHENS C. .
t all matters of local inter t -
upon, i Improvement Company, wherever said
only a secondary pursuit cotton --
est solicited from all parts of the county and from the Fruit Exchange can remedy all words appear in said ordinance.
LL.D. Chance lM
rice and Passed 9.1885.JAMES. .
along the lines of Florida railways.All in corn, vegetables, some September
the evils of the past one season,
communications intended for publication McGIFFIN, The 83th Session
f3 ," should be addressed to the Editor; all business! but there is no doubt that it will be- starch making, being the principal President pro tem. Octtbe Full courses opens of instruction WEDNESDAY! in J'Jwi

letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. to do and with the experience things relied on by its population.It Attest: and ChemIstry Science., hYSIC8 Special, courses In EIi eertJ?
.. gin so, GEO. E. WOLFF, City Clerk Arnculture, Law and 3ledicine.
} has had three counties cut off from Approved : TUITION FREE in aU deplrtEeat.sLABAK
'f gained by except Law and Medicine.
rr ',', SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1SS5. year year its boundaries but has now'a W. .H. POPE Mayor.,
of of original ] COBB
fect the system management See'yolrd: of Trnstr"S.
a : VALUABLE STATISTICS AS ]TO the vast interests of the fruit growers much larger population than it Notice oi Final Proof. NOTICE OF REJ10VAI/- -

c ORANGE SlIIPJIE:'TS. of Florida. There will be unrea- ever had when it comprised the four LAND. OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE: LA., 1

The valuable statistics obtained uninformed and counties. It is 'a healthy, productive September 5, 1885. j R. G. McQUITTY
sonable "
men men,
TOTICE is hereby given that the following -
pine land county, well watered, JLl named settler has filed MERCHANT TAILORHas
liy the Jacksonville Board of Trade theoretical men, who will find fault notice of his
+ with facilities for intention to make final proof in support of
good transportation removed his business
give us valuable information in reference with whatever it does, or does not his claim and that said proof will he made :\ to the! rooms!' OYerIeddaugh's

y do but this is the case in all such and a- good, solid, industriousclass before J. A. Edwarks. Clerk, at Fernandina He has received grocery store on Centre street.
an assortment! of
{ to the movement of.the orange of Florida, on Wednesday, No,. 11, 1885, viz: for seasonable
enterprises. With the support of the people. Hillsborough coun- ELIHU HODGES. Hilliard.. Fla., homestead goods gentlemen's wear and is prepared

g crop.. Taking the shipments by rail- fruit and fair chance we ty has gained rapidly within the last Xo. 8052 for the S i of NW J and N i to best make style.them up to suit all tastes in the
growers, a of SW of Section
i 28, T. 3 N, R 24 E.
road from Jacksonville as a guide, have no doubt it will achieve success. two years, and will, no doubt, grow He names the following witnesses to prove Fernandina.$32"Repairing Fla.neatly, July done.12, ISgl.

find that still more rapidly in the next five his: continuous residence upon, and cultivation -
we as early as September of, said land viz -
-- ---- ------ :
the shipping of began 2,610 years. Hernando, also, is bound to William Wingate, of Callahan, Fla.; GEO. W. SCHUYLER,
i be a well settled county. Joseph :McIntosh of Callahan, Fla.;
ti boxes being stated to have gone in The big monument New York is Henry Davis of Hilliard, Fla.: ATTOEXEY-AT-LATV.
Geo. W. Hodges, of Hilliard, Fla.
that month. The fact, however, we trying to ornament her park with GOOD FOIl; THE ORANGE CROP L. :A. BARNES, Register Office Adjoining the County Clerk's office,

presume is, that of the September evidently hangs fire. A Western The recent rains insure a fillingout United States Land Office. FERXAXDIXA :FLA.

shipment and 10,000 shipped in October ,, of the growing to
soldier writes the committee, that as orange crop Notice Insolvency. ,

r ., the larger part' were lemons. New York (vas selected for General full size.' Tha. orange requires 'a'good,' COUNTY COURT;; Nassau County; WILLIAM. B. C. DURYEE\ ,

W! It is certain that we have no oranges Grant's burial place, in opposition to deal of rain during its fruit-maturing IN Florida:' Whereas Fred W. Hoyt. ad- "

fit to ship in either month although In of the ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson /COMMISSION MERCHANT,
season. most citrons-grow-
the sentiment of nine-tenths of the deceased, late of the county aforesaid having -

: we know that much green fruit is comrades of Grant, New York must I ing regions of Europe and the filed in the office of the County Judgeof -AND--
said county, a written suggestion of the
shipped every season. The season of build the monument herself. The islands,this demand for rain has to be insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber,

I' shipping practically begins in November contributions on Thursday, the 3d, met by very expensive artificial irri- given to of all any persons nature,having whatever claims against or said demands BY THE CARGO,

"., when 6,853 boxes were amounted to $125 only, and the gation. The peninsular position of I estate, to file the same, duly. authenticated,
that the whole Florida and the absence of in the office of the County Judge of said For Domestic or Export Trade
s Assuming whole amount, after counting all the any very : county, on or before the 13th day of October -

crop was 1,000,000 boxes, of which millionaires subscriptions, is less high land, renders free passage to A. D. 1885,at which time there will bea FERNANDIKA, FLORIDA.
rata payment to creditors entitled I
about four-tenths went via the Savannah than $80,000. The begging committee rain clouds and condensation of thereto, and the Administrator discharged.

Florida and Western Railroad moisture so that we seldom seriously Witness my hand and seal as County JAMES HIcCIFFIX,
importuning everybody-
are Judge of safd county, this 10th day of

1 from Jacksonville, the output preachers, school teachers, mechanics suffer from drougth, so far as our April, A. D. 1865. H. J. BAKER. pt ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

1 r for November would have been about laborers and children-but evidently orange trees are concerned. There County Judge. Alachua Street between Second and Third,

'r 170,000 boxes. It may be safely saidw"1 the heart of the people is not was a dry time in the spring which Fernandina, April 11, 1885. Gmo FERXAXDIXA, FLA.

i that three-fourths of this November in ,New York's monumental conceit. caused some fruit to fall, but not The time of the final distribution in the
above-mentioned estate has been postponedto Orders and estimates from a disbncecan..
,("'! shipment was immature fruit, acid The pedestal to hold the Statue of probably to the injury of the general November 3, 1885. fully attended to. 25-tf

;A and unpalatable. The December This comparative certainty of H. J. BAKER
Liberty has given $37,000 in the way crop. td County Judge.
shipment via rail from Jacksonville sufficient-moisture gives, Florida an, C. 'C. STRATTON & CO.,
of salaries, clerk hire, etc., for its superintendence -

} was 113,201, and if .proportionate being about 20 percent immense advantage over those coun- Administrator's Sale. OF MACON, GEORGIA, ,
tw shipments were made from other of the receipts. On the same tries where artificial means have to THE, deceased, and, all persons interested, JIODE BUG'S,

ir points, the output for December was basis, the amount now contributedfor be employed to sustain the crop dur- will take notice that on the 15th day of H.AVE\IADETHE Fla., the author-
September 1885 or as soon thereafter a- the
ized Agents to contract for the sale of their
about 300,000 boxes. This fruit, although the Grant monument will not ing its growing season; an advan- same can be heard, I. T.A.Acosta. adminis-

also California trator of said estate:: of Domingo Acosta, deceased BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .
4\ not quite sweet, was generally cover the expenses of superintendence tage we have over will apply to the Judge of the Cir-

f ly well colored and in good condi- but it will make a few fat Central America and Mexico. cuit Court for the Fourth Judicial Circuit, wishing to purchase will get all information
tion but knew the markets ___.___ __ _____ at chambers sitting, fora decree authorizingthe as regards priCtS from them.
i we "h '
; as places. sale by me, as administrator of the following Samples of different qualities and stylescan
: were glutted, intensely cold weather --.----.----- THE CINCINNATIGRAPHIC.The described lands and real estate, sit- be seen at the office of
Graphic (illustrated), of'Cincinnati uated in the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida MODE BRO'S
.4: 1 prevailed in the East: and Northwest, AGRICULTURAL FAIR. belonging to said estate known as the ,

and the larger part of the fruit was It is a good sign of the thrift and 1 1I I the only illustrated paper in claim of Domingo Acosta on the official surveys 20 Fernandina.
r.; the West is in a most flourishing situated in Tow -hii's 10 and lIt Southof
.t sold at a very low price. The shipments I prosperity of our agricultural popu- Range: 27 East, beginning at a wateroakon W. K. UAIIKKIflll,,
condition and celebrates its first an- the bank of Dunn's Creek markedX AGENT
right ,
j in fell off lation that desirous of
January to 200,000 they are get-
niversary this week. In honor of (A), the southwest, corner of the survey; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
j1! Boxes, and the prices obtained were ting up county fairs. If our more thence north 5 east along the west line of .TUTCHER AXD STOCK DEALER
\ this event, the issue of September12th this survey 12.38 chains to a post at the intersection I 9
gt somewhat better the fruit"was counties like Columbia ASDJealcr
; prosperous with the line between Townships
will be a regular holiday paperin 10 and 11, South, of Range 27, East 12.32 in Ice
M}J sweeter, and the December glut had had a tract of land, with plain and :
chains east of the northwest and southwest
in size and in con- TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
ti ceased and fruit in suitable ofa appearance, ,of said whence which
.!., mainly good was buildings-the property corners Townships,
.,.. tents. There.will be ten pages of post a pine bears south 60, west 39 links, BROOM STREET WHARF
demand. The February shipment county agricultural society-it illustrations beautiful colored and a pine bears north 08, west 18 links. 1-tf PEnXAKI>1KA. FLA.

J ki embraced about 150,000 boxes,probably would be but little comparative trou- one 51.50 chains to a swamp 71.50 to marsh of
plate, eight of interesting read- St. John's river 75 chains, to a post on the
1':) all of which was fully matured, ble to have annual fairs. Experience pages bank of the St. John's river the northwest :Et. ..A.LrSTJNI: ,
ing matter and a handsome colored
has shown that the corner of this survey; thence south 85 east MANUFACTURER
in fair order, and of fine quality. simplestand OFTin.SheetIron
cover. The price of the will along the north line of this survey 7.50
)1 Prices advanced considerably, and best method of organization is paper chains cross marsh to swamp, 17 chains to Ware
b be only ten cents per copy. The second hammock, 52.50 across hammock, : r
+f. those who were fortunate enough to in the form of a county agricultural ,
pictures include the following attractive G0.40 chains a post at the intersection of line AND DEALER IX
;: Have retained a portion of their society. Each member pays an en- between Sections 31 and 32* 23.50 chains
subjects : "Simplicity "The south of the corner to Sections 29,30, 31 and
:\{ had the benefit of better prices to trance fee of from one to five dollars, Fight of the Spanish Maids; "A 32; from said post a pine, bears north 700west PAl\L\ R, orr E !n K T V ,
If-( ; 10 links and a black-jack bears north
:: raise their In March the and this carries with it the privilegeto
Pinch of Snuff "The Queen of the G5 east 46 links distant: 90 chains to cypress
't.) shipments were about over, and less the grounds. One dollar is paid ; swamp 90.72 chains the point of intersectionwith
Masque;" "Beatrice;j" "The Happy the west line of the claim of Clark & -
ti:i than 100,000 boxes were forwarded by each exhibitor of any article, Hammock Atkinson, 8.79 chains south 5 west from
in the
Mother "Beauty -
:.; and sold at about the same prices as which also allows him the privilegeof ; the northwest corner thereof 120 chains,
Maids "The 200 chains to the northeast
j' Country ; across swamp a post
t t in The fruit begins free entrance. The land and build- ;
,February. foreign corner of this survey at the edge of the
f i to come in .at that season and ings once obtained and paid for, the Kiss in the Fields;j" etc. swamp; thence south 5 west along the IM'IYliil"ymWYlFS
The thrilling romance entitled eastern line of this suruey 09 chains, out of
1X! competes with the Florida fruit. 'tax is very'light afterwards, and the swamp 100.50.chains to hammock 111.50
.. ...
"The.Master the l\Iine'by Rob-
of hammock 125
Chains the to
across swamp
J It will be seen that fully one-half entrance fees, exhibitors' fees and
north bank of
I-1 ert Buchanan will be commenced in chains 29 links to post on the
ft of the crop was shipped before Christmas gate money make up a fund for pre- ; Dunn's creek and the southeast corner of
this number. 0.0. Hall & Co., pub- this survey from which a maple tree, markedX
1 -about one-third of it in December miums. We prefer the old way of (A) bears north 38 west 28 links distant;

l' and one-fifth in January. giving premiums in silverware, in- lishers, Cincinnati. thence down stream with the meanders of -
} "' --- ------ the right, and north bank of Dunn's creek
j! Fortunately,there was no cold weather stead of money, when the premium A NUMBER prominent financiers as follows: north 51 west'12 chains, thence

: to injure the fruit on the trees. is large enough to cover a piece of have called at the Treasury Department north north G2 83degrees degrees,west west 40 15 chains chains, thence thence Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.

f1; \Ve hope the good sense of fruit silver of some kind. Then ,silver in Washington to discuss in north 30 west 14 chains north 49 west 14 COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KHDS,
chains thence north_ 18 west 12 chains,
.S growers will prevent the shipment of, spoons, knives, forks, etc., become detail the efforts being made to ascertain thence;south 68 west 23 chains 75 links the

1 11: green, acid fruit in October and earlyin [treasured heir looms in a family. what silver circulation the. southwest corner of the claim of Clark & LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, ,
Atkinson thence north 59 west 16 chains
November. Iti is bad policy in every The work of an agricultural fair country will carry. The object of south 81 west 25 chains; thence north 72 .'YI:OUGHT-I OS PIPES.

:;j respect. The fruit 'beIng poor, sour should be committed to energeticmen these efforts is ,to show'that-not onlyare thence west 37 north chains 54;thence west 10 north chains 69 21 8 links chains to, DRIVEN WELLS A SPE'IAITVTIX

and green, disparages the l r.reputation who will take a pride in its suc- the Government vaults overcrowded a post :at the southwest corner of this survey
and of beginning containing,. by I'UT ON.
of Florida fruit. Much better'fruit cess, and but little compensationwould with .silver, but the publicdemand this place survey, 1952.63 acres.; Said lands ,AND for IROX Tin Gutters ROOFS promptly fiUe-t..

iI"t 3 goes into market from the' West In- be necessary when the proper more than'what is supplied.The lying beyond the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Wind Mills for: pumping water or runninglight
Florida, within, which letters of adminis-: machinery promptly erected on orcier.
3Mi dies at that time, and the Florida. 'spirit ,prevails. Base ball games, theory of the treasury! officers_ is tration were'granted and within the limitsof Church, Factory and School Bell for sale

: fruit is; thus matte to appear inferior horseracing"etc.., are objectionable that, while more Than '$125,000,000 the Fifth ,Judicial Circuit of Florida at a bargain.
l Also Lots nine ((9)and) elevenll) in Block _#59-Stoves at Wholesale Prices.:
to the Jamaica fruit to the dealers, accompaniments. Competitive ex- of silver coin and certificates are now JNb. three ((3)), Old Town Fernandina, Fla. All goods delivered, at the various transportation

i.. of whom no doubt sell the ,ercises in ploughing chopping mak- in circulation the cannot Sale to pay debts. stations within the city free oi
M many country T. A. ACOSTA, charge., All sales for cash.

fl Jamaica Florida fruit. That, ing farm tools, etc., should. be en- I carry as much as $100,000,000, ex- 'Administrator Domingo of Acosta the Estate dec. of CORXER.BROOME: AND SECOND ST&

!w'. too, ,is acid, but is better colored. .couraged. J cept in time of great business activity. Ferhandina, Fla., August 141885. 30d Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 18&1.

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Centre Street, Nainsooks Plain and Plaid Pique Victoria Lawns
in order to make room for my Fall and Winter: Stock! which I ,

>FERXANDIXA, FLORIDA, \. intend shall surpass anything ever before brought to this city. My Linon de Deccas, etc. -

stock comprises in part Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots

constantly on hand a fine assort- and Shoes, Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold [II 't


AT SHERIFF'S SALE <,.. ....,:.; :;.,


Homoeopathic and Patent,Medicines, .. but are offered at lower figures than can be secured at any auction Laces Embroideries Hamburg Edgings- Colored and White; SPECIAL
in these Goods.
; sale. They are from best known manufacturing and importing
Proprietary ami Fancy Goods,
houses in the countran are worth double the price I am asking .f ir" A FINE LINE CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTH AND


PERFUJIEllY, ::4 ,

IN GREAT VAIIIETY.I'hysiciuis' .

however to make. for the large shipments I am constantly
/ST Prescriptions room pir :MAKE ROOM :FOR FALL STOCK.-Qs
carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at receiving by New York Steamers. I would say to those who are in
reasonable rrices.C Jj&J"-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars andover
need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line,to give me a call

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In the Circuit Court? ] ERO'S l
of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
COUNTY, FLORIDA. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

ALOXKO 1>. Noviis;, ) This Line, having no Transfers between Fcniiuidiua and New
ELLEX E.S. WAPLEIGH,and hrwccry.JOJlX J I FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. }
II. WADLEIGII.A J The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED j
the above entitled cause, and process
regularly! issued therein, and it appearing DRESS GOODSCONSISTING ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence'by Steamers to all points on the ST.
that the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleigh JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
and John II. Wadleigh; reside beyond the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
limits of the State of Florida, to wit, in one OF- PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD f
of the United States.It -- for LAKE WEIR.

is therefore ordered that the defendants, THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

Ellen E. Wadleigh, do appear;: and in the.the said said John Circuit H.Wadleigh Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Nun's Veiling freight, passage rates, and schedules.or further information, apply to

Court and demur, plead or answer the said 1:. ,,-. SOUTH WICK, Agent,
bill on or before the first Monday in December :FEnS ANDIK A, FLORIDA.C. .
next, A. I). 18S5, otherwise the state- H. MALLORY & CO., ,
ments, averments: and charges in said bill Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions, Pier 20 East River New York. 51- .
contained will be taken as confessed and a -
decree pro confcsso entered therein in con-
formity to the rules regulating such causes. ;=: Nr aROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
July 8th, 18S5.

Clerk Circuit JOHN Court A. ,EDWARDS Nassau Co.,,Fla. Jdll AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES., 1 h i'\ H. E. DOTTERER (

Fernandina, Fla., July 11, 188.3. 3m '. I',',' ', xi


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A. NOYES. E. 1' NOYES, .
and CHARLES A. NOTES, | SHADES, WALL PAPER, etc., our stock is complete.Our -+ i-
its. :} Chancery..
ELLEN S. WAPLCIGH, JOHN 1 SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment.and price, with anyin '
NOYES. j jA the State. --

the above entitled cause: and process CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT ( up stairs) embraces a line 'o f FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
regularly issued therein, and it appearingthat
two of the said defendants, to wit, Goods that cannot be. excelled in the State-from the cheapest Cotto'nade
Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and Jolui II. Wad ; ONLY SUCH GOODS. .

leigh, reside beyond the limits of the Stateof up to as fine a line ,of.. Diagonals as is manufactured! '
Florida, to wit., in one of the United PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
are, offering
It is therefore ordered that the said defen-
dants, the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and ', ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OFJFINE
bargains: to make room for our Fall stock. "
John H. Wadleigh, do appear in the said '
Circuit Court and demur, plead or, ., ..J-J.+4 -'-:'"
answer ,
the sail bill on or before the first Monday 3T"" Orders by mail promptly attended to.. -j TEAS AND COFFEES j 1t. 1-

in December nest, A. 1). 1833. otherwise the .
statements, averments and charges in said 'II -
bill contained will be taken as confessed, : .i".MO.DE BRO'S'n"t .
and a decree pro cohfesso entered therein in .. .. THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PR CUDED.'
conformity to the rules regulating such -

causes. i ,.i .- : ;': 'r;>w CENTRE STREET,; FERNANDINA, FLA,
July. 8th. 18S( ,:-., ''i' NEW GOODS Received l>y 'Every Steamer.,
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Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co.:, Fla. ,.'.. r : -

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J 0 .. "'THE FLOiUDA :MIRROR: SEPTEMBER 12, 1885. .

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. GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff-G. W. Epperson, Lake,Butler. I MADISON COUNTY.CountyjudgeR..M. .
\ .t Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Witherspoon, Madi WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
t f United States Officers.LAND Starke.

t OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Superintendent .of Schools-J. L. Hill, Lake son.SheriffS.. A. Parramore, :Madison.Clerk .

1 f Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Butler. -=John M. Beggs, Madison.
Receiver-3dim. F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry.. T L&tpptlp -
I Surveyor-General F. McClellan. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison.
Point. County Treasurer.....:S. S. Smith, Madison.
Olerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Re1enueB.. V. Wadswortli _
J Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff M. E. English, Titusville. Madison. -_-= -=

Jfar /ULl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Ret'CTtne-J. F. Reed Titusville. MANATEE"COUNTY. "
B SS .
WSHl ii's B PS'M ''1 = ;---; 3siiS-
Walter Jacksonville. ,
Clerk-Philip ----- -
Schools John H. Laws = gd"-----'u -
1R Superintendent of -
County Judge-John G. Webb Manatee. : '
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. .
I. Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. CALUOUN. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. .. a .

1 COLLECTORS: OF CUSTOMS. County Judge-William Clark. Collector of Ret'enue-Henry E. Carlton.
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John W. Howell Fernandina. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fort Green. '- "=- 1f' """'v,,,. ==- ? .1':::' ,' ...."."
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S. Stone. -: ;,"t .",. _- ::
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Superintendent of Schools-Felix J; Seward, i.i-:- % l- :..,--
T'emurer-J. P. Richards. Pine Level. ttSLS '."..,.. r-,'.' ..
F. House St. Augustine. ;; J- :" : ;'i-i" '
Jq... Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. MARION COUNTY. 't:3' ?t iIO VES6"t. -=' .""
: Superintendent of.Schools-W. G. Cox well. ; ,,
ij State Officers. County Judge-J. II. Williams, Ocala. k -- e 3.: :
i Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
;,...1 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Judge J, T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E. T. Williams Ocala. Y zf _-1: x.

, Got'emor-Edwarl1 A. Perry,Tallahassee. Park. : Collecor of Relenue'v. P. Trantham, : : -M -
Lieutenant- Governor-l\Iiltoll H. Mabry Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. d'p
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B t ,Leesburg. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Payne; :#":; :: L .

Secretriry of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. .. ..- -s
..t lahassee. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Wilson, Green MONROE COUNTY. --

JQ/Uptroller-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West, =. .::., .k'.;-;;' = ':;:. --....;. ..
Treasurer-E. S. Crill. McRae. ...
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Clerk Peter T. -
1-1.1 Attorney-General )[. Cooper, Tallhaassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-George- A.Knight Demerritt Key,West.Key West. -.:-'.t:. .. '''''-' ''- '_=.'.''_'-=-.. ----- --=.,=.--- -"-. .
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County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr.,Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno SOUTNPU&CO.NY"1. : ;; ; =.= _
1 Commissioner of Lands-0. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. : :

Superintendent of Public In.struction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of S.ltools-J. V. Harris,Key
Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. A. JR.
.A.dju.tall.t-General-David Lang. Superintendent of Sc"oals-'V..A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY. 9
County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
' Chief Justice Geo. G. McWhorter. DADE. dina. DEALER IN

Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.

; hassee. (Xerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sheriff-John A..Ellermann, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES ,
k Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh ,
Sheriff-'Vm. M.
Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer-
Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. Hay and Grain Stores
Clerk D. C. Wilson Tallahassee. Charles Peacock. Ship
Collector of Revemie- ,
Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott.. Fer-

First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen-i County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,
fiacola. 'I sonville. Evergreen.
Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- Clerk Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasuree Gustav Stark. Fernan- CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE

$ee. Sheriff-Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dinu.
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of Taxes--Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY.

Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. Prices Low as the Lowest.

ville. Collector of Revenue-Moses .1. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando.
Fifth Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville Collector'of Ret'enue-F. T. Hardeman, SOr- N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fcrmtiidiiia, Fla.
' ville. Superintendent' Schools William H.Babcock lando. ; f ; ; "
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. --
Schools-John T. Beeks
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Superintendent of .,
ESCAMBIA. Orlando.
O. Fries Orlando.
Surveyor-J. ,
Calendar County Judge-Walter Tate.
<< Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs Wilcox.
Clerk-F. :E. de la Rua. ,
Fall Term- Sheriff Joseph Wilkins. POLK.

Santa Walton Rosa, 4th, 2d Monday Monday in in October.October. Collector Treasurer-J.of Revenue S. Leonard.-Manuel Palm s. Clerk County-S.Judge J. Pearce.-J. A. Fortner. SPRING: : : : : C> :P :E TINGAT :

Superintendent of Schools-X. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. '
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Mondayin -
October. FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville.

1 Washington, 2d :Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Collector of Ret'enue-J. D. Tillis. -W- J. LOHMAJXT'S.
in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. .

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. ,

October. Treasurer-R. II. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka.
Escambia,1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward. Palatka. I HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY NEW AND SPACIOTJSISTORE,
This act amended section 2 of act of February -
r of Schools-Henry C. Hicks.
+ Superintendent Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka:
; Spring 10 Term., 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. CORNER OF S='JS: : .ND ASS: STREETS,.

Superintendent Public Sc/tOols-A. J. Wood,
ii THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams.ClerkAugustus Palatka. A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
Spring Term- Nicholson.
'' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY.
April.Madison. Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry., DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS

2d Monday in April., Collector of Revenue R. M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. ,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

Suwanee, 1st Monday, after. 4th Monday HAMILTON COIDo"TY.Oounty Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
in April. Perry.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton,Perry.
Clerk J. M. Caldwell DEPARTMENTS, AND
l in April. Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff-Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. THE
in Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee.
April. .
I Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools- J. N. Reid, Judge-John Chain. NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES.

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .

Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. S-MY PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VAL
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville.
in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- IV. J. LOHMAX, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.!
October. :xille. tine.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Sch.ools-'V. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

in October. Floral City. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine
FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. .Llambias,
Spring Term- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. -

St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau,
SR Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. THE CELEBRATED
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele', Leesburg,

Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. WOOTOlNr DESKS.SOLID .
Duval, 1st Tuesday in May.
County Judge-A. H. Brown ell. SlI.eriff-J. F. Galloway, Sumterville.
Fall Term- Collector Revenue-I. N. Withers Lees-
of ,
Clerk-T. H. Pitman.
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES-
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis.
of Schools-C. F. Venable,
Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
Bradford 1st in October. 4
Tuesday Sumterville. _
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Ret'enue--'Villiam: Tucker.
Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY.
,11 Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. DELIGHTED
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH JACKSON. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak.
Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. '
CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. y _r: WITH THEM.

Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions,
Sumter 3d in March.
Tuesday Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak.

Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A.. Mizzell,.
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Ret.enue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. .
March. Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Erwin. No. 8 Flat. Top.
VOLUSIA COUNTY.JOtmty.TudgeJames Why use Desks of ordinary
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in
March. JEFFERSON.:; ( H. Chandler, Enter- construction when, for slight

Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. r additional cost you can hare
,in April. Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. _- the benefit
Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. of our improvements -

Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. -0 ? Awkward closets and
'+" Marion,'3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox,New side drawers done away with

Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. t,C We substitute revolving cases
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
,,, which swing with a slight
Collector of Ret'enue-J. H. Tucker Mon ; r
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-R. S. Smith.
in November. ticello. Sheriff-.Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. %. a"-f ,,,; h touch of the hand and are

,1 4 SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. i thus enabled to furnish double

r Spring Term. County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy.Sherijf Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts "' "' '' .-_ the space generally given on
a Orange 4th Monday in January. Crawfordville. '
C. S. Weathersby. _
:: each side and when cases are
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- :: ;
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent Schools J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville. open, the whole interior is

Dade,3d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- -. -- =---=--= -- flooded with light and all

fall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New fordville. No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached without
Orange, 2d Monday in August.
Volusia, 2d in Troy. WALTON. change of position. A variety of rotarycases are?offered for selection, and applied t
Monday September. Collector of Rerenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod Sr.
Brevard 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. the Desk. as wanted. We apply thisprinciple"toa great variety of desks.
2d Monday in November.
LEON COUNTY. Sheriff John McSween.
Treasurer-James E. Bowers.
f County Officers. County Judge-E. M. West,'Tallahassee. Collector of RevenueW. B. McLeod. -fi4Li THE "WOOTO2ST
John A. Pearce
Sheriff ; Tallahassee.
Superintendent Schools C. C. Gunn.
of -
ALACHUA. Clerk- -C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. -IL.h: Cabinet Office Secretary.
Il ville. Tallahassee. County Judge -Wm.B. Jones. ,
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Trea.mrer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D. D. Melvin.
b Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff S. W. Davis.

l>3J Collector of'Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Thomas Miller. Q __ The'most: spacious and elegant desk ever pr ?

ville. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Retenue-John Roche. '- sented to the business public. One hundred and
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush.
Gainesville. Clerk-J. M. Barco. Bronson. ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
y Sheriff W. H. Bigbam Bronson.
BAKER COUNTY. Collector 00 onellock andkey. Especially,adapted for :Merchants -
of RetenueW. H. Anderson Notice for Final Discharge. D
County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. Manufacturers, ,Bankers, Railroad Officials .
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-J as. P. DePass, MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST and Professional Men generally.
publication of this notice I will
Ul Sheriff-J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. .
to the Hon. H.J. Baker Judge of Probatefor
Collector of Ret'cntu-J. W. Burnsed, .San- LIBERTY. :
Nassau county, my final accounts and
County Judge-R. F. Hosford. vouchers as executor of the estate'of
of Schools Wm. Lessene, Clerk-A. J. Wooton Cabinet Office ADDRESS
Sanderson. Wooldridge. WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for a :
Sheriff D. G. Harrell. final

County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Retenue-L. G. Wilder. Executor. ....

Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of SC/tOols-Dr.T.J. Gregory. Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.



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i, .,'.. !.' ';,;,I',. I i RAILROADS. FLORAL CITY', ROUTE. I Connections at Montgomery with Louisville -

RUM H and Nashville Railroad for New
1ATIIIZ RMANVAT TijRBIf :.,"' .'r-. :', ." ,":.7..:1:;.{: f::! ';, .,. I I CARD CENTRAL & WESTER.'DIVISION; : Orleans and Texas points and the West and i

\ ,, .'.'T I ',. .?- .';ir f .'. >;;;. .. TIME OF THE (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIV R.) I Northwest.; At Savannah with Central I
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"F' /> .:>- '.' :-:"'''': : '/ ?$ WESTWAED. Railroad of for I
,; FLORIDA RAILWAY &. NAVIGATION COMPANY. Georgia all points West and
,\ No.1. No. 3. 1 Northwest, Charleston and Savannah Railway -
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> :; : : > Day Pass. Pass. for all points North with
i* ;-.-".*}' JS.rVn'te'VVr." -' "- In Effect August 19, 1885. Night steamships
Leave Jacksonville....... 7. A a m 3.55 p m 'I for New York Boston and Baltimore. At f

PENINSULAR DIVISION. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a,III 4.39 p,m II' Charleston with steamships for. New York |
TRANSIT & Leave .Baldwin.....;.,... 8.16 am 4.43 pm Philadelphia and Baltimore
(FERNANDINA TO,CEDAR KEY.) Lake City........... 9.47 a in 6.40 p m i Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail

(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Live Oak............10.31 a m 7.43 p m and Steamship connections and Baggage
GOING SOUTH. Madison: ............11.57am 9.15 pin Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
MIRROR WILLIAMS & SWANN :Monticello ........12.40 p mArrive and sections secured at Company's office in
:FLORIDA n!_| ( Day Pas.11't.Pas. Tallahassee...... 2.27'pm' Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at De-

A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee......._ 2.32 12.00 n't Ticket Office and on board
Leave Fernandina..................10.15 p m Line People's
SUCCESSORS OF THE 5.30 Quincy............. 3.34 p m 1.22 am Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand
Leave Hart's Road Junction...10.40 6.00 Arrive Chatta. River.... '4.50 JESKIE LANE.
Florida Land & Co. Arrive Callahan....................11.27 6.50 p m JAS.. L. TAYLOR.
Immigration Leave Callahan.............;.......11.35 7.10 EASTWARD.No. General
.. 2. No. 4. Passenger Agent.
Offer on easy terms, or for cash, Leave Dutton................. ....12.05 7.50 Day Pass. Night Pass.
LeaveChatt'cllee River.10.45 a m
Leave Brandy Branch..12.21 8.08
Arrive Baldwin..12.40 8.30 Quincy -............12.2Opm '2.Olam Florida Southern Railway Co.ORANGE .

Leave' Baldwin....................12.47 9.00 Arrive Tallahassee........ 1.27pm 3.36pm
375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville...:................ 1.10 9.25 Leave" Tallahassee .......1.34 pill 3.48 p m BELT KOUTE.
Leave Highland..................... 1.30 9.47 Monticello.......... 2.30pm -
Leave La wtey......................... 1.45 10.03 Madison .......,.... 4.15pm 6.36pm GOING SOUTH. .
BOOK BINDERy Hammock and Pine Lands, on Leave Temple's..................... 2.03 10.22 "" Live Oak............ 5.39 p m 8.33 a m Mail. Gnlnestfle
Leave Starke........................ 2.26( 10.30 Lake City-......... 0.33 pIll 9.47 a m Leave Jacksonville, EsvreM
Arrive Baldwin............. 8.01'pm 11.26am via Jl T.&; K.W. R'y.12.48 pm'.........
;and adjacent to the Railway from Leave Thurston..................... 2.41 10:46:
Arrive Waldo..............?..;...... 3.02 11.10 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31 a m Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00 a m
Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar Leave Waldo.............:....;..... 3.15 ...... Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50 p m 12.16 pm i Arrive Leave J, T &; K W J'n.. 2.50 pm.........
Leave Gainesville.....:.:.;:::.... 4.00 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains and 4 will I Interlachen...... 3.36 p m 7.25 a m
the Gulf of Mexico. No Leave Arredondo.........;'?':..".... 4.23 ...... not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m
Key on Gruelle ...........
Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.36 ...... will run Mondays.ST.! 4.40 p m 9,20 a in
Leave Archer., ........:....i'.'.'...... 4.56 ...... MARK'S BRANCH. 5.35 p m 11.05 a ru
lands in Florida desirablefor ....... .........
are more ..................... Micanopy 4.30 p m
Leave Bronson 5.29 ......
Leave Tallahassae........... "
.... ..... ... 8.00 a II: Lochbie ......... 5.15 p m 10.12 a m
Leave Otter Creek................. 6.13Leave ...... Arrive Wakulla........... .. "
Oranges Peaches Melons and ........:... 9.05 a m Reddick......... 5.27 p m 10.25 a m
................... 6.53 .... .
Rosewood Arrive St. ...... "
Mark's ...-................ 9.30am' Ocala............. 6.05 p m 11.05 a m
early Vegetables none containing Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.25 ...... Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a. m Welshton ...... 6.31 p m 11.32 a m

HAVING ESTABLISHED A BOOK ; I II I GOING NOKTH. Arrive Wakulla...........................:.10.25 a m N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p m 11.57 a in .

in connection with our better and more accessible bodies of. Day Pas. m Pas. Arrive Tallahassee.........................11.30 a m S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 p in 12.03 p m

; A.31. ...... Conant........... 7.10pm 12.13 p ni
Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE Yellow Pine Timber also the Leave Cedar Key.................. 7.30 ...... CONNECTIONS.At Lady Lake..... 7.13 p m 12.17 p in
AND MANUFACTURE as Leave Rosewood..................... 8.05 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Lecsburg....... 7.35 p in 12.40 p m

valuable Hard Woods and Red' Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... all points North and East; with the Fernan- com :NORTH.

more Leave Bronson........... :.......... 9.15 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan Leave Leesbnr .......... 7.30 a m 1.40
Leave Archer ........................ 9.46 ...... :dina ; and with Steamers for all l points on Arrive Lady Lake..... 7.52 a m2.02 p m
Pencil Cedar ; none contain better ... ...... ......... ... .. p m "
Leave Palmer ... : 10.03 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. C onan t............ 7.55am _., 06 .I
Leave Arredondo..................10.18 ...... At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- H S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15 PIn"m
ranges for cattle and sheep, and no Leave Gainesville.........';........10.44 ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- H N. Lake Weir... 8.10 a m2.22 p m
... .. .. ............ ...... p
ALL :KINDS Arrive Waldo 11.28 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. Welshton........ 8.34 a m 2.48 p m
lands in the State are in a more sat- A. )C. At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida .. Ocala.............. 9.00 a m 3.17 inReddick !
Leave Waldo..........................11.53 2.30 & Western Railroad. I h ......?... 9.38 a m i.a 0 r-, p p m fel
I I i/1 isfactory shape for successful coloni- P. 31. At Tallahassee with S*. Marks Branch,, .. Lochbie........... 9,50am -t.W P nr'Micanopy. '
Leave Thurston...................12.15 2.55; 'Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- ........ ......... ,7150 m
--OFBLANK .............:.......... p
zation or resale by capitalists.For Leave Starke 12.48 3.18 urdays.' Gruelle ...........10.20 a m 4.40 pill'
Leave Temple's .... ...............12.53 3.23 At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- .' Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15 m
further information and terms Leave L wter.., 1.09 3.46 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- ? Wait's Cross'g..ll.50 a in 5.40 p m
Leave Highland..................... 1.30 4.08Leave sacola, :Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, Interlachen ....11.30 a m 6.42 p p m i
address Maxville..................... 1.47 4.35 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, I JT&K1WJ'n.12.15pnI ......... ,
BOOKS3 Arrive Bald win ..................... 2.06 5.05 and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola Palatka..........13.30 p m 8.00 p in i
WILLIAMS & SWANN Leave Baldwin........ ........... 2.10 5.40 Columbus and Eufaula. *' Jacksonville, v.JT&KVRy. j ,
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.27 6.00 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to 2.1Opm ......... ,.1
Leave Dutton......................... 2.42 6.15, all points West. On Sundays a fast passenger train will be '4
FEKXANDINA, FLA. Arrive Callahan..................... 3.10 6.50 For information respecting routes, rates, run leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m., connecting -
Leave Callahan...................... 3.15 7.10 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- with train for Leesburg at Gruelle. .1. .
-FOR.RAILROADS-- Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.05 8.00 dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- ; Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connecting ,

Arrive Fernandina................. 4.30 8.36SDay sonville. with train from Leesbnrg at Gruelle,
Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths and arriving at Palatka tit 6 20 p. in. ,

Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAIt. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, : O. W. BROMWELL, [
:t. and at new office !southwest' corner of :Bay General Pass.Agent.
". and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. SHERMAN CONANT, I ;;
DIVISION. A. MACDONELL, General Manager. t_ ;
: (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, \
STEAMBOATS: ; ;; :'rk.j:6'; ; GOING SOUTH. Fernandina, :Fla. \\1
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,. .: ., : 1 Day Pas. Nt Pas. C. W. MAXWELL, U: GiNrSiiiLiR1: ;
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;,:;,": )t'; '" >< '. t" -'''.I" """' '<<"r'I\--;":,':. Leave Waldo...............,........ 3.12 11.25 Jacksonville, Fla. i1lJ-HEW \
".aERCI--3ANTS: .' ', ...._,." .' u ",, .,,", ; '-- ,: Leave Dixie......:.......".:...... ... 3.31 11.50 D. MAXWELL, AND SECOND HAND-
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: i. '::,; > Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.47 12.10 Fernandina, Fla. ',
..; Leave Lochloosa...;................ 4.00 12.30 CombUetl Orange Box and Shingle Machine I
EANXS, ETC.ALSO y-: Leave Citra........................... 4.29 11.52 Savannah Florida &Western R'y. ,i Eagle Gins Saw Mills, Planers, Retlowi ,,, &0
: .Auk fnfalogne
and Prices before
.. ,. Leave Sparr's.......,............ .... 4.44 1.07 for hnyfng.
' :" ." )1,' Leave Anthony Place............ 4.59 1.22 WAYCROSS SHORT I.IXE. HANDLE & DUGAFJ &WV, GO
TIlE FLORIDArpOWN Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.32 .......
.;, (">:: Leave Ocala........................... 5.56 2.10 All trains of this road are ran by Central 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a
.- Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6:3H: 2.55 (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.)
.: IMPROVEMENT COMPANY., ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
'- Leave Oxford ........................ 6.52 3.15 slower than Jacksonville time.

Leave Wildwood................... 7.08 3.35 $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT
Fernandina, Leave Leesburg...................... 7.38 4.12 N and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885, 1lllllj
Arrive Tavares...................... 8.10 4.50 O Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas /
ON receipt of $5. we <> % twill
Towns ou IS. R. Line GOING NORTH. follows : /:
send you an Elec- --: c.; r:: f ftrie

Mij I GtiINEA A EM Ami Cedar Key. Leave Tavares......................... 7.15 8.20 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a m Alarms Lamp.$1. Call Burglar Bells i 'i_=:ii.. Y-\g3i\ Z '!

Leave Leesburg...................... 7.44 9.02 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m $1. % I
Leave Wildwood.... .............. 8.12 9.55 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m ElectricGasLighter Instru-- '
Leave Oxford......... ............... 8.23; 10.12 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m mentsIedicaillatte, Telegraph !I
Leave Lake Weir Station........ S.38 10.33 -,
Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m ries &c. .
-AMI Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Ocala.................t.......... 9.19 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m "In, to Electric Light :
Leave Silver Spring, ....t.%........ 9.32 ....... i Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50: p m regard your new
number of the most eligible'and desirable we think you will be exceedingly: successful ;;
., A. M. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m in securing its universal adoption. .
: : : : Leave Anthony Place..:.......10.08 12.20 Arrive Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m :;MINER & REDFIELD,
JERrOorC.A.LS7 Lots, suitable for Business! Purposes, or for.. Leave Sparr's.:................. .....10.20 12.35 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m Yery truly yours 737 Broadway N. Y." i

Leave Citra.................:..........10.33 12.52 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- ,
City or Suburban Residences, I witnessed with much pleasure the tests
Leave Locliloosa..10.50 1.13
cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa
of new Electric Light. I believe :
Leave Hawthorne................11.10 1.33 cola. Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, all trans- will your find no difficulty in bringing it into you t
UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie.........................11.25 1.51 Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick general use. Eastern Man. Northwestern -
Arrive ... ..*.. .... ......11.47 2.18gSfD&y
BOUND in ALL STYLESAND .. Waldo :: take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Lumberman." HENRY :BINGHAM. ;
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m. "We take pleasure in stating that the tests ;Ii
Night Passenger daily.F. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this we made of your Electric Light proved perfectly -
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-, train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile 'satisfactory. You will have a large .J
ATSEASONABE- and New Orleans. and ready sale. Yours truly !
rial enterprises, who will erect on the property Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- RICHARDS &; Co, i
(FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. 21 and 20 Fourth Avenue N. Y." t

purchased substantial improvementsfor GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- The above testimonials explain them- I
:\.)1. P. M. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST .
PRICES Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 3.35 selves.WE If
residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road................ 7.20 4.05 JIAIL. WANT A NUJI3ER OF LIVE AGENTS. ..1
G. W.: FOSTER &; CO.,
Arrive Jacksonville............... 8.25 5.08 t
business. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m 45-3m 21 Park Row. N. Y. (
GOING NORTH.: Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m -_
'. ., INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS A. }I. P. M. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m Xotice or Insolvency.

: Leave Jacksonville................ 9.35 5.50 Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m COUNTY COURT, Nassau County
by exemption for a term of years from Leave Hart's Road........:..!......10.40 G.38 Leave Callahan' daily at...............; 3:15 p m IN Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt, administrator -, t s i
at.......... 5:05
Arrive at
Arrive Fernandina..11.08 7.02 Waycross daily : p m
of the estate of W. S. Rawson
.... .taxation, offered by ,.the several cities and ; &* Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m deceased.late of the county aforesaid, having -, I i! 1
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m
SUNDAY EXCURSION. filed in the office of the County Judge I
Charleston at........ 1:53 \
Arrive at daily a m
towns., Apply to :: Leave Fernandina6.50: a. m. 4.30 p. m. of said county, a written suggestion of the i i
CIIAS. W.: LEWIS Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. m. 5.50 p. m. Arrive at Washington D.C., dailyll:45 p m insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby I
New York at......... 8:00 ni
: Arrive at daily a
Fernandina. Leave Jacksonville..9.00d/m. 0.30p.m. to all having claims or de-
S6TSEND IN YOUR WORK .. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, given persons {
-""' Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50 p. m. mands of any nature whatever against said
York without .
Savannah to New change.EAST
estate, to file the same, duly authenticated, i
w CONNECTIONS FLORIDA EXPRESS.! in the office of the County Judge of said .

,":".: :.,./.,:<. : : '" ; >: r/ ; r :; : ;< ," ; Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m county, on or before the 13th day of Octo- !
; ;. .., ; ,: AT FERNANDINA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a in ber, A. D. 1885, at which time there will be :

With New York and Fernandina Steam= Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m a pro rata payment to creditors entitled :
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m thereto, and the Administrator discharged.
for New York on Thursday.With : Leave Live Oak daily at ..............' 8.55 p .m Witness my hand and seal as County '
Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm Judge of said county, this 10th day of
CURTIS fc CO. nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday. Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55 p m April, A.. D. 18C5. ;
Arrive at Jesup dailv at................12:55 a. m II. J. BAKER.
REAL ESTA AGENTS. AT CALLATIAN. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15: a m County Judge.
To and from Savannah and Charleston
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA Arrive at Albany daily at?........;...10:30 a m Fernandina, April 111885. Grim
and all North and West
points daily.AT .
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Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m
Loans procured, Mortgages negotiate dex- HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Macon daily at.............. 8:50 a 111 Notice.
changes effected. To and from Palatka daily except. Sunday.AT 'Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p ni Notice is hereby given, that it is the intention -

Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 WILDWOOD + Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a rii of the City Council of Fernandina
acres, Lands arid Plantations from 5 to 5,000 With Stage Line to and ff .Brooksville Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m to levy a special tax, after thirty days from
BOTH IX STYLE AXD PRICES. acres, for sale. and Tampa daily except Sunday; Arrive at Washington daily..........10:30 a m date. upon all taxable property within the

N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas AT CEDAR KE\%FLA., Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m city limits, for the year 1885, for the purposeof

the terminus of the'Atlantic&Mississippi 'With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and ,Sleeping Cars via Water-works and fire protection ; the
Canal (under the survey made for Government West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross. and Pullman 'Palace Sleeping amount of tax not to 'exceed 3 mills on the
by General Gillmore), charters for the Orleans every Friday; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. State valuation .of the property. The fund
construction of which having been granted Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and obtained from this special tax is to be used ,
Address by the United States Government and the every Saturday.With Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and in the boring of an artesian well' or wells on' ;

FLORIDA MIRROR Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and a'point in the city, which may. be deemed
increase in the value of adjacent lands may for and. from Key West, Monday and Northwest. most advisable. .
be confidently looked for." (See New York Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- GEO. E.;,WOLFF. City Clerk.

: FERNANDINA FLA.i''L Srm,27-3-S3.) ,and Friday. ville to Louisville via Thomasville. Fernandina, Fla., August 13, 1885.
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'THE FLGKiDA MIRROR : SEPTEMBER 12, 1885., r" -. .. ,> .. /-

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FLORIDA MIRROR. Regular meeting of Weeapopka Lodge, Base Ball. Guavas
Delivered on steamer at one dollar
A match of base ball was' played on
Knights l of Honor, on Tuesday evening next bushel. Send postal note to .
at 8 o'clock. the grounds of the Base Ball 'p. W. HETOR,

ft.W A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHSReflections. Judge A. R. :Meek and daughter, after a 'Association, on. Wednesday afternoon, between Yalaha. :Fla.

sojourn of a few weeks at the Strathmore, a Brunswick club (Our Boys) and the ., Two Millionsof

--, have. returned to their home in Jacksonville. Mechanics of thi .city; The visiting club, Situation \Yanted.

Seven to two odd and even. The travel to Amelia Beach, which a few by the way a. fine-looking! body of young Florida Good bookkeeper aged 2S, wants intending settle* Will in acres of ''Farming, Orano-e,

Two to seven even yet odd. decline account of men, belonging to the best class of citizens
days ago was on on do anything. Excellent testimonials. Ad Timber and Lands
The City Council meets next Wednesday.How rainy weather, has assumed the same pro-. of Brunswick, arrived here on a steam, tug dress Englishman," Mirror office Fernan- ,

about the. artesian well ? Has the portions as in midsummer. about 1 o'clock'and,; : were escorted to the dina, Fla. situated in 29 counties, and

'i' excitement abated? Colonel II. Ii, Linville returned .to the Florida House, where they were entertainedby comprising the lands bought

city'on Tuesday from a business trip to the home team. Building Material. by Sir Edward J. Reed from
banker of Brunswick Ga. ,
J. Mr. Dexter, a Georgia. From all accounts he must have The game was called at a little after 3 Brick, Lime, Portland and Eosendale Ce-
'' was in the city last Tuesday.Mr. ment Plaster Sash Doors the State of Florida in 1881
had a good time with the Chathamites.The o'clock. Notwithstanding that the Mechanics Shingles. : Nails- ,

1ft ., Dent, the manager of the Mansion final disposition of the effects of the went into the field without any previous and Blinds,.at FRED W. HOYT & Co's.. are now offered at graded

i .; House has gone to Atlanta.. late.W. S. Rawson were sold at the Egmont practice, the game was a very fine one,:resulting prices. TheSe lands were selected -

t Man proposes; God disposes ; so it wason stables, on last Wednesday, by Fred W.. In a victory for the visiting clubby Great bargains in, Parasols' Mitts, Lace by Hon.. Hugh A. Cor-

;, Sunday. The rain prevented a ball game. Hoyt, administrator. The prices realized a score of seven to two. The Brunswick Goods, etc., at
ley of the
The Brunswick boys promise the Fernan- were very satisfactory boys, though as a team they J have not asline ,

dines a ball when they visit them. What Among the passengers for New York on material as the home club, won the vic- The Best Smokes State Land Office, and Mr.

I kind of ball ? the steamship Carondelet, Thursday,evening, tory fairly and deserve all credit. Whenour Can be had at HOYT & Co':;. The Times- M. Williams, late agent for

were ex-Mayor .C. A. Haley, now or Orlando boys learn that only by hard practice Union Cigar and Buck-Eye Smoking. Tobacco -
Persons from" the'main land are still come sale of State lands, which fact
; :Mrs. Abbott and son of the Strathmore, they can compel success: they may look for : Sole Agents.
ing to Amelia Beach to enjoy the salt water .
and Miss Alice Godden. victory, and not until then. It, is no use, is a guaranty of their high
air and baths. Ladies' Linen Dusters,
v' The Sunday-school of the Presbyterian how good individual players may be, if the quality. The purchase knownas
The rainfall from 5 Saturday to the From 75 cents up, at
p. m. Church propose to arrange for a Sunday whole cannot work in concert they will fail. MODE BRO'S. the Reed.Purchasewasonlv
same hour Sunday registered one and three- The is the
following score:
evening service of song at an early day.
.quarter inches. These services are always well attended and OUR BOYS. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale opened for sale this year, and

:Mr. W. K. Bauknight is now furnishing Runs. Outs. the lands have not been culled
highly appreciated by our people.Mr. Burgee, 3d b........................... 0 5 Tracts containing twenty acres each of

the' very best of beef-as good as Fulton T. W. Steele, late agent of the Florida Coker, c f................................ 3 2 choice, high hammock land on Orange'Lake or picked over. No part has

"Market-if it is Florida raised, Railway & Navigation Company at Citra, Morris p................................ 1 3 suitable for orange growing and truck farm- been reserved in
Joe Smith well J known here Gill, 1st b............................... 0 2 offered any manner,
so now for sale. These landsare
Captain ing are
passed through our city on Monday last Moore, c................................. 1 3 and the whole is for sale.
has been making some of his friends from with his family, en route to Marion county.Mr. Elliott, s s.............................. 1 2 very conveniently :situated for transpor- open

Florida happy at Coney Island. Steele is very much improved by his Fleming f............................ 1 2 tation, by water or rail, and willl sold on Special prices on large tracts.

Young, 2d b........................... 0 4 terms to suitpurchasers. Titles Timber lands forests
A large of Jacksonville people came are unques- virgin in
party trip.No Alexander, r f........................ 0 4; ,
i over on Sunday last to enjoy the pleasures railroads in any country on earth tionable. Also valuable timber lands in bodies of 50,000 acres and up-

4 of a quiet rest on Amelia Beach. transport low as the roads in the Totals.............................. 7 27 large bodies. G. It. FAIRBANKS,
wards. Lands sold for cash
Owing to the indisposition of Mr. Yerger United States, yet it appears there is more MECHANICS. February 1C, 1882. Fernandina Fla. ,
Runs. Outs.

f no services were held at the Presbyterian grumbling and fault-finding in this country Roberts, c............................... 0 3 or on long time.

b Church on last Sunday evening.A concerning freight charges than anywhereelse. Muller, 3d b........................... 1 3 List of Letters The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.

Waas, s s................................ 1 4 Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan
new fence has been erected around the Heavy freights this week ,by the steam- Swaun,1st b........................... ,0 4 dina Nassau ", Florida (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
county, September12th
county jail building, the late storm having Marsh, p.. 0 ,2
J completely demolished the old one' ship Caronddet, all points in Florida. Nix. e I. 0 f 2 1885., Persons calling. for these letters, .. .
She also brought some sixty passengers, all LeFils, 2d b............................. 0 2 must say advertised ; l'

r The steamer David Clark, Captain Daniels, of whom speak in the highest terms of the Anderson, 1 f...........:.............. 0 ;3 Bogie, Asa Missennae, Lizer

arrived with ............... 4
. port on Tuesday evening a attention of Captain Risk, Purser Witt and Papy, r f..h. 0 Brooks P B McMicle, Thomas

good Savannah freight for all points in Flor- Brooks, Ruben Nightingale, Loriar
I Steward Livingston. Totals.............................. 2 27 Christopher, Robert Rolerson J W Silk Mitts,

ida.It The steamship Caronddet sailed Thursday Mr. C. M.Stark acted as umpire, and Ike Faland, Joseph A Rogero, Mellic All colors, at 35 cents a pair worth GO cents,
is reported that Mr. Baker, of the Duval night for :New York with the following :Moore scored for the Mechanics.The Florest, A I Rite, Fannie at MODE BRO'S.

House, Jacksonville, will have the management Hall, Mittie Roger,'E
cargo. 8,263 feet of yellow pine lumber, 399 Brunswick club returned home the
of the Egmont Hotel the coming sea Hagerty P Small, Hester Ho, for White Sulphur Springs !
cases of cedar, 115 barrels of rosin, 6 barrelsof same evening.A Henderson,Mrs l\IollieSmith, Wm

son.Mr. spirits of turpentine, 65 boxes of lemon, return game will be played in Bruns- Jackson J Scart, Georgie FLORIDA'S GREAT FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH.

:M. Downey will move into his new and 60 packages of merchandise.Mr. wick in about three weeks, when our boys, Jinken Jones Frank, M Wilerts R, Emmer Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia,
store, the City Mart, on the corner of Centre A. Willard and wife, of Cedar Key, with proper practice, expect to return the S. T. IUD DELL, I*. M. Stomach and Bowel Troubles, Kidney and
and Third streets, about the 10th of October the Carondelet compliment. Bladder Diseases, General Debility, etc. Fe- I
were passengers on steamship
male complaints: are cured, or greatly ben-
r t next from New York. :Mr. Willard goes to Cedar To Contractors. efited, by these waters. Hound trip tickets I

Captain Leo Vogel, of the steamship City I Key to arrange for his winter business at Death of Mrs. Knowling, of New:.York Proposals will be received by the School to Welborn, including hack fare to Springs; I

) of Palatka, was on deck Monday last, but heI I the Suwanee Hotel, which house, under his Some weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Knowling, Commissioners of Nassau county for the can be had at greatly reduced rates. Cold or
of New York arrived in and erection of school in the of hot baths given at hotel.
was not feeling very well. Wonder if he management, has grown in popular favor. our city, were a building city :
guests of the Strathmore, occupying rooms Fernandina: Fla.
was sea sick? from the increased Plans and be and
_ Judging freights now specifications may seen Straw Hats.
in the cottage. They were a quiet couple
Shifting engine No. 6, in the Fernandina being received from Northern and Western full information obtained, by application to Great reduction in Straw Hats, atMODE
seeking rest and health, :Mr. Knowlingbeinga the undersigned.
:r yard, handles as many cars, and makes as markets business is on the increase. The It BRO'S.
helpless invalid. After remaining two or Proposals for carpenter and mason workto
many miles, as any engine of like character merchants in South Florida are receivingvery be made separately. All to be sealed and I
three weeks, they decided to take a trip Hiss i. G. Watson
in the United States. heavy fall stocks being satisfied: that endorsed "Proposals for Work and
overland to the Suwanee Springs, and secured Material for Erecting School Building," and Will re-open her Select School for young
4 Church in Pensacola the coming season will be the best in October 1
The ,
Baptist wants many a team from Mr. Avery. Having fin- left with the architect. girls and children on Thursday
r minbter."re have here and there at her residence on Centre Street, corner of
a none years. The Board reserves the privilege of rejecting -
ished their visit at the
Springs they
were on Seventh and still to merit the patron
I j is no prospect of having that pulpit filled Dr. L'EngleofJacksonville, with his fam- their return to this place in the private con- By order any,of or the all,Board.proposals. age so kindly conferred heretofore.

I from this place,soon. ily, have spent several days of quiet and rest veyance. Reaching Trader's Hill on Thurs- J, II. BAKER, Miss: ANNIE-E. TUCKER, so well and favor'i I Rev. Dr. J. H. Myers, formerly in charge on the St. Mary's river. The little brass day evening, they stopped for the night. Chairman.R. ably ciated known with Miss in the WATSON community, and, will take be chargeof asso-

j of the Presbyterian Church at this place, cannon, which his little son mans, on board Friday the carriage was ordered, and all was S. SCHUY LER Architect., the Musical Department.

preached at Brocksville, Fla., last Sundayto the Seth Low, was a great curiosity to the in readiness to continue on the journey, REFERENCES ;

colored boys who came to meet the Rev. 0.P.Thackara.Mr. Samuel A.Swann,
a very large congregation.C. when :Mrs. Knowling was taken sick with a
Mr. II. E. Dotterer, Judge C.-V. Hillyer,
boat on her arrival at St. Mary's.
W. Maxwell, Master of Transportationof congestive chill and lingered until Saturday Major E. A. McWhortcr.

the Florida Railway & Navigation Company Constitutionals are now in order. Leave morning when she died. She was buriedat NOTIOE For terms, see Circulars.Gents' .

C was in the city Sunday, and enjoyedthe Fernandina at 9 a. m., via Amelia Beach to Trader's Hill on last Sunday, and Mr.
Notions .
cool, bracing atmosphere. Dr. Harrison's, on the lower point of the Knowling left immediately by rail for New : Furnishing Goods, etc
at cost, atI'AUL
Dealers in all kind of supplies begin to island, and return via Mr. Scott's and the York. The team arrived here Monday THE CITY MART, FUNK fs DRY GOODS E IrORIl" [.

county road at 5 m. The distance is evening.
p. --
have faces and feel the
smiling as happy as
about twenty-five miles, and some of our ARISEN FROM ITS ASHES; A lot of Parasols (exclusive styles) rhea
tinners of Charleston. They expect to be Engineer William E. Boone, who has HAVING of old, more beautiful than this week. J. & T. KYDD.
it but short
friends consider walk.
able to go to Saratoga next summer. a spent most of his time for the last six before, will be opened to the public on or

The Norwegian bark which was injured months at Ellaville inspecting the cars be- about the 10th of October by the Proprietor, Bathing Suits and Caps
On account of the late storm tonnage is ing built by Blaine Brothers for the Florida
during the hurricane on the 24th ultimo, For Ladies and Gentlemen, in elegant
& in the
Several was
now very scarce. inquiries were Railway Navigation Company,
was towed to Jacksonville, on Wednesdaylast city on Sunday. DO-W-NEY, style and large variety, at
made the past week for vessels to load at KINGS BAZAAR,
by the steam tug Seth Low, where she
this port coastwise, but as yet none are offer- Range Thermometer tf, Cor. of Fifth and Centre sts.
will be put on the ways for repairs. She of with an entire new stock of
ing.Mrs. discharged part of her cargo, in order to .
H. E. Dottcrer and Miss Mamie Dot- AT IIORSEY'S DRCG STORE. ,GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Parasols.We
make her nine feet be ableto
draught so as
7 A.)[. 12:1[. 3 P.M 6 P.)[. WIND. r will sell, this week, the biggest bar-
have Charleston. Miss
terer to Mamie
gone cross the St. John's bar. Saturday, Sept... 5..76 87 86 85 N. E. gains ever offered in Parasols. Goods rang-
has been quite ill for several weeks. We Sunday, 6..76 85 83 82 S. E. .fIJJ' Particulars hereafter. ing in price from 50 cents to $3.00 worth
The Caronddet the "
steamship brought new Monday, 7..78 87 85 85 S. E.
+ hope that she will recuperate by her stay plate glass for Mode Brothers' window, to Tuesday, II 8..... 76 8-t 84 83 S. W. the money, at
there. Wednesday,II 9..78 92 91 86 W.
replace the one which was destroyed by the Thursday, 10.. ...78 9'J 90 88 W.
The steamer Martha, Captain Stone, is now Friday, 11..76 89 83 87 N. E.
storm on the 24th of August. The glass be- I
loaded down with for the
going freight mer- ing insured, Mr. C. V. Hillyer, insurance
chants the St. river. If the busi-. MslRINE.
on Mary's 1
agent, ordered a new glass to be brought, : ; :
,,; ness continues to increase Captain Stone will and the repairs to be made at once. Port of Fernandina. ;,t ; .

have to obtain a larger boat. HIGH WATER. .
The County School Board has bought the ":
Some of the Saturday, Sept. 12..10:32 A.M. 10:50: P. M. ) :
l I Georgia railways are engaging, two lots adjoining Wandell's propertyon 1 Sunday, 13..?........1.:14 II 11:34': ;
I in a little war of their own, imitating the Monday, H............ 0:00 0:01. .) :
Centre street, between Ninth and Tenth Tuesday 15............ 0:21" 0:51" I
( example of some of their Northern and East- streets, and is advertising for proposals to Wednesday, 16_.......... 1:13 1:45 :'.
II ern contemporaries. It i is hoped that Thursday, 17........... 2:08" 2:38" : ,1,
build a public school-house. This is a move Friday, 18............ 3:03" 3:2'' ..
I counsels will the
carry day.Mr. Such
in the right direction. a building has ENTERED. ;

r'.iil J. C. Hatchings, late clerk in the general been a public necessity here for the past ten Sept. S-Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from i I

freight office of the Florida Railway & New York; freight and passengers, to
years. .
R. W. Southwick, agent. L
f I Navigation Company, left Wednesday forMontgomery Captain D. E. Maxwell, General Superin- Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
} Ala., his old home, where he Charleston; to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. .'; Will find it to their advantage: to get cur prices
tendent of the Florida Railway & Naviga- 7-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from

has accepted the position of stenographer. tion Company, left on a train Saturday Palatka; freight and passengers, to before elsewhere.
special W. O. Jeffreys, agent. ;: purchasing We offer many goods
He has the best wishes for his .,
of .
success hisassociates. i with his daughter, Miss Emmie. Miss Sept. Steamship City of-Palatka, Vogel, from
I Emmie Charleston; freight and passengers, to at less than they can bo :purchased in competing
goes to Hillsborough X.C., to enter W. O. Jeffreys, agent. ".

On Sunday last, quite a large lot of logs the school of the Misses. Nash, which has a Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from .'" -. markets. We give particular attention to heavy:
Palatka freight and to W. .
1 loose from the raftsmen in charge of ; passengers ""
got : a wide reputation throughout the whole coun O.

l.g! raft and came down Amelia river, swinging try. Captain Maxwell will return to-day. Jeffreys CLEARED., agent. ..,,::,_ I goods, such as: BACON, FLOUR?, GRITS, GRAIN, PEED,
r rG: around in the eddy at the New York steamship Sept.10-Steamship Carondelet, John Risk for- -
Rev. If. S. Yerger :BUILDING MATERIAL etc.
formerly of the
pastor : ""f4 ,
and ? _
New York freight by
; ; passengers :
i dock, where were lying the yachts Undine ....', ,
I Presbyterian Church of this city, left with R. W. Southwick, agent. "'
and TaJlulah. Neither boat was injured his family for Pensacola 6-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for .' J.{> t6rAsk, for our |prices when needing goods.
on Tuesday after and .
Palatka; freight passengers, by '
1'1 however. The raft was taken out of noon. Mr.,Yerger has accepted the call he W. O. Jeffreys, Agent. t. *-3V* --**.. '
,its critical position on the afternoon tide. received from the Pensacola 7-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for I f : FRED W. HOYT & CO.
congregationsome Charleston: freight and passengers, by : <;:"
t I Oar young bachelor County Clerk has time since. It is with much W. O. Jeffreys, agent. r
I Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for : .}:}: CENTRE I
a" quite house full children at this time. that we have to make the announcement of Palatka; by W. 0. Jeffreys, agent. .

n : :\iss'Sl1sie and Masters. Robert and Thomas, his removal. During the past years that Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for ) 'i.:,.. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
Charleston by W.O. Jeffreys, agent.
'i,. ', children of Colonel Gadsden, Superintend-. Mr. Yerger has had charge of the church in Schooner Stephen; G. Hart, Rivers, ,!.: i' ..' .

\Ii cut of the Charleston & Savannah Railroad, this city, he has not only endeared himselfto New Haven; lumber, by Payne, Cook .,"',.
& Co. '
I of Charleston, together with Masters George, his own congregation, but be has won 9-Bark Hosten: Amendsen, to Jacksonvillefor ,'. ., "

Lew, Eddie and little Louise Edwards, his the esteem of all classes. The good wishes repairs. :;'; Schooner Nettie Bagley, Philadelphia .
tr late brother's children, make quite a house- for his welfare of the entire community ; lumber Langden, t by J..C,Read. )..,+.7'"t. .* i..r'"*",1 <(;:'T.-- .:": .,.._'"'.. ,"_ .. .,. .' >.Ai'...." ,.'>. ...f. ,, .'... ,._.' -
2' '
*i"V' -< '
1 hold. follow him. 10-Schooner Chas. A. Coulomb, Moore, Sag- z. ,-;i i't.*.> "*' .j'\1I''. ** "f"ti ,.><. ', .... ,_ '.. r',1' ;,. '...H""'. ;'.t..."."1''.".:; _.J. ....,,..J'" .. -;" ".1.";:".,_,
ua LaGrand; lumber, by J C Read. .' .. '
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