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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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September 19, 1885
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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,THE AMERICA'S CUP. i America that sailed overthe course even. AN EXPERIM8N '; '"::ofT'theEditor'Qfthe..JlirTorfl '.FROM< present :indications' all they; >THE NEW ORLEANS'EXPOSITION.:

'The Arrow,' a cutter'of eighty-four tons, _' ;,- railways of the South will be,altered'to .. ',
PREVIOUS CONTESTS FOR TIlE PRIZE. ; 'would have got, around,' said Mr..Henry; The result of 1y.two ;-.Lt'and a half- GOVERNOR PERRY INVITES A ':'CONSULTATION ON *
the standard before the end
Steers, in' describing the race, 'but. she gauge IT AT THE STATE CAPITOL.
Just now the race between the acre. corn farm may be of interest of next June. For time '
grounded before reaching' St. Catherine's.The ,: a long prep- EXECUTIVE OFFIcE. t
British cutter Genesta and the American Aurora came in about twenty. minutes your readers. / arations for this change have been TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 10, 1885. j

sloop. Puritan' the challengerand after the\ America; all the rest got caught_ in March 17th I ploughed the field progressing and the final work will To the Editor of the J/iVror.-
HSiR-There is to be November
opened 1st,
is the tide off St. Catherine's and were discouraged '
defender of the America's broadcast and 1st ted the .
cup; 'repe
offered ; April soon be done. The move will resultin of this year, at New Orleans the North.Central -
went back: Thus '
the all-absorbing topic among sport- by the and Royal Yacht- Squadron became cup the, ploughing, but'crosswise. .April 6th :an annual saving of hundreds of and South American Exposition, which

ing men all over the country. A property: of the owners of the America, and I: furrowed out five feet each, way, thousands of dollars will have for its aim the establishment of / '

of the Boston Tran- transferred after some then mixture of stronger relations between the cfln'ntrit,*
correspondent by them was years dropping a : two
A MANITOBAN fanner was sharp- of this continent, and in the spring of 18S(>
the} to the New York Yacht Club, which, until
description early of ash element and half
script gives a ounces an there will ;l he
this has successfully defended i it against ening a stake, with an axe, when a opened( : in London the .\ :
history] in the previous contests,from year, ounce of fish'' guano. at:each crossing. ican Exposition which a Most lOe1'I I
every English and Canadian attempt to win flash of lightning, accompanied by a i
which we make the following ex- it. I had it well,mixed with soil. April single of thunder from opportunity he given to,present :
clap came
of the
Europe inducements
tract: *The second race for the Americas cup was 14th I, ,planted ,corn two grains to many to- I
the only cloud visible, a one immigration to and investments, in Florida. 11 I
"The cup itself, as we learn from Captain sailed in New York harbor, the course being the hill crossing with a, furrow on
immediately overhead. The bolt No State rim he more interestedin building g I
Coffin's timely narrative, is shaped like a from off Stapleton Staten Island, to the _
each side of the drill. The corn was up closer= commercial relation with
and is fully two feet high, being madeof Sandy Hook'Lightship and return, on Au- struck the head of the axe, splittingit i
ewer '
South '
and fVntral
America than Florida
cultivated with Allen five-tooth ,
solid silver and being elaborately orna gust 8, 1870, the English representative being an 'into two pieces and breaking the with her extended I
,jtind aril
sea gulf coast: ,
mented. It weighs one hundred ounces, a keel schooner, the Cambria. There cultivator every two weeks, and hoed handle.
The farmer 'was knockedto her numerous ports and harbors. !
and its value is something over $500. On were eighteen boats in the race including the June 16th mice. July'24th the.fodder -
the insensible but Unfortunately, there is no public
ground speedily moneyat j
its broadest are which after somewhat check- I
the medallions around part old a ,
was pulled, and the next week my disposal for the of having-
inscriptions, recording the result of the race ered career, still had enough speed to beat recovered, and upon searching, pu rpose I 1
around the Isle of Wight, open to all na- the Englishman, although she was fourth at one furrow thrown up each side, and about found the fragments of his axe sitions.Florida creditably The Board represented of at said expo- {
Management of the
tions, on August 22, 1851, when the schoon- the finish. The race was won by the centre- sweet potato vines stuck in half the forced deeply into the ground. North,Central and South American Exposition I

er-yacht America won the prize that has board schooner Magic, which beat the Cam- field, the remainder planted in cow at New Orleans has appropriated $2,000
defended and old America beat her THE report the fishes collected -
since been so successfully bria 39m 12 7s. The upon I '
September 10th the corn was to each State and Territory making a collective -
also giving the results of the fruitless at- 13m 47.5s. The Camlria was the tenth boatat peas. upon the famous Challenger !
exhibit, but that of itself, with the
Cambria Livunia the finish. The schooner Livonia, owned, pulled.
of the schooners ,
tempts shows that all those
RESULT TO DATE. expedition remains of Florida's exhibit at the lateWorld's .,
and the sloop Ata- like the Cambria, by Mr. James Ashbury, .
and Countess of Dnfferin, i't
Dr.Ploughings. ':kt dredged from great depths, (2,000 to Exposition will not enable the-
lanla, to wrest it from its present owners. made a struggle to recapture the cup in the .............'..........:...............$ 7.50 State to be represented there as she should I "
The becomes the possession of the club fall of the following year,but was unsuccess- ..-.".. ..:. ..... 3,000, fathoms) possess bones and I
cup Fertilizers, ............ .. ... ..... 11.30 \ be. '
whose representative boat wins it. So that ful. This was the first of the series of races Labor.....................-.....7r: .;.;.: ...................'"UOO ligaments of great softness, and muscles It has been represented to me, that the I I
-the Puritan is suc- in which the concession was made to the visitor I'
if-as hopes
one connected. This is
every -
'h9'?:; ; loosely a transportation of
cessful next week, the cup goes to Boston; of selecting one yacht to represent'the Total.......................:,..,..................$24.80 companies Florida, espe- i
cially ,those having land and
m- vision vto allow the permeation of grants, many ,
and the next time an English boat wants to New York club. Five races took place, the Cri. a% pro ...
associations and individuals
try to get it back, the race must be sailed in American contestant being selected on the 75 bushels corn.......................!:::......$75.00 their tissues: by' the water, since ,. ested in developing trade with especially neigh-inter 1 '

and outside of Boston harbor. Notwithstanding morning of each race from four yachts, the 1,000 pounds fodder..:;.;...;................ 10.00: otherwise at the great depth where bors-South and Central a America-as our well. .I j :r

this fact, therefore, that whicheverboat Columbia, Dauntless, Palmer and Sappho. Total.........:..............."................-$85.00 they live the pressure of the water, as encouraging immigration to and investments I i l.j
New York the Four of the five races were won by the Columbia -
wins the leaves
cup ; The and with the which shivers solid glass to powder in our State, are ready to contribute
potatoes peas, :
Club have and through a
members of the New York Yacht Sappho; one,
accepted the defeat of the Priscilla with much accidents, was lost. The next attempt to usual crops, will more. than repay would crush their bodies. Many: of the exhibit necessary and representation funds to secure from a Florida creditable at |i 'I

good grace, and are readv to back the Puritan win the cup was made by the schooner the cost of$24.80, and thus the $85.00 these abyssal fishes are blind ; many one or both of said expositions. + .1

with all the money and loyalty that they yacht Coutness of Dufferin, representing the will be the profit fromf4,400,hills of phosphorescent organs, or secrete By reason of such representations,and the 1
Canadian Yacht Club. The Madelinewas
have. Royal a phosphorescent slime others want of public funds to otherwise accomplish 1
of the America selected the New York club, and corn. ;
The story of the building by the end in view I am induced to invite !
thirty-four years ago, by a few gentlemen in won the first race by nearly eleven minutes, I feel that the experiment was a ,have distensible stomachs and wide each such company, association and individual -

New York, from designs furnished by Mr. and the second by over twenty-seven min- fair success, and could be repeated, mouths, which can ingulf fishes willing to contribute, to send an ;

George Steers, of her journey across the At- utes. The America, .again in the fore, also much than themselves.
next next year with a still better re- .larger accredited agent to Tallahassee, in order ;
lantic, and of her race in which she won the sailed over. the course in the second race and 1 "
that such the : "
agents may meet together at
She two- beat the Canadian nineteen minutes.Se&at.rsjierif sult. FROM careful researches ,in,Russia,
reads like a romance. was a by over '
cnp Capt.ol.o1)he! first day.of October next, at 3 ; ;
.. ...'-.J, ',Gud'becalled such.was *,With of r':52'per: Kow lewski.has' .found'thatcereals' .
: : .
, : '& "*!-*& ':: : an outlay : acre ,o'clock p. m.; and upon pledging sufficient ---I '
P'k'l; boats which had suddenly 1 between the Canadian centre-board sloop three times the corn and four times grow'faster in the north than in the funds and co-operation to insure success I '

acquired a great and well deserved reputa- Atalanta and the sloop Mischief the latter" the fodder was' obtained than on south. For instance, oats and spring then to elect and nominate a suitable commissioner I
tion for speed. Nowadays an ocean steameris 1 winning by nearly thirty-nine minutes. ; :
commissioners and take such
credited with having made a very quick i -- land unfertilized, and some other experiments wheat take 123 days and barley 110 other steps as may be proper in the premises. i 1

passage if she crosses from Sandy Hook to i The race between the two repre- convinced me that had I to ripen about the southern provinceof Very respectfully, ;i! ,

Liverpool in seven and a half days, burning sentative boats was sailed on Monday used three ounces of ash element Kherson, and only ninety-eight, E. A. PERRY. i iI j I
from 250 to 300 tons of coal a day. The
and one ounce of fish to the eighty-eight and ninety-eight daysat I
of this week.
.Amercacrossed in only seventeen and a half Wednesday Post-Office Notice. !
the small sails of boat hill at least five bushels more of corn Archangel in the north. The
days, using a pilot In both of these contests the American Office Jours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. I 1

and this in itself was an extraordinay feat. boat proved the better and came could have been gathered to the acre; intermediate regions show interme- Sunday hours, 10:30 A. si. to 11:30 A. M. \,,:

Her owners and builders hardly knew and if in June I had applied 400 diate differences. The cause is the Money Orders and Registered Letters from J
out victorious. On Monday the race 8:00 A. si. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M 1
whether or not they would be able to arrange -
a race, but thought that they would was over the New York Yacht Club pounds of ash element in hills, one greater length of the daily exposureto to 3:30: p. m.ARRIVAL .

have no difficulty. A few days ago I saw in course, and the Puritan won by over ounce to the hill, with the blue sunlight in the high latitudes, Transit &: AND Peninsular DEPARTURE Railroad-OF THE MAILS. !

the papers that it was not considered a'good sixteen minutes, in a distance of shinny pea, I could have gathered which more than compensates fort Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 P.M. "
form' by English yachtsmen to endeavor to Brings mails from the North,the ,
the twenty bushels of peas from an acre, e difference in temperature in favor -
have a brush with a yacht that was thirty-eight miles. Wednesday Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular I
prepar- be the kind and nearly the sane value of fodderas of the southern regions. In each railroads. ;
ing for a race, and this was of the weather proved to just
Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 A.)I. :
refusal of the Genesta to measure Speed, even that was supposed would prove the from the'corn., latitude the growth of cereals is more Takes mails for the North, the ,

for short distance with the Priscilla when I believe make of Russia Gulf coast Transit and Peninsular -
a Genesta the fastest of the two. This to corn-growing a rapid in the eastern part roads.Leesburg 'I j

the latter ran alongside of her in the lower race was twenty miles to windwardand success demands thorough than in the western, the land near train arrives daily.......... 8:10 A. M. J
bay. Thirty-four years ago,however,it was Plough-I .
Western mail
Brings only.
ing plenty of distance the coast having less sunshine than
perfectly proper. For Mr George R. Schuyler back. The wind was blowinghalf Fernanama&: Jacksonville Railroacl-

the only one of the original owners of a gale, with a very heavy sea ; hills, a supply of potash and phosphoric that in the continent's interior. Arrives daily the except Jacksonville Sunday.and.....St.... 4:15 A.M.

the America now living, in telling, in Cap- but while the Genesta lead the Puri- acid, late planting (from the THE superintendent of Castle Gar- John's Brings river mails.

tain Coffin's book, the story of the visit to 10th to the 15th of April) and flat Closes daily except Sunday..........10:30 A.M.
three minutes before the wind den New York city immigration -
Cowes, descrines how, on the first morningafter tan 'says Takes Jacksonville,St.JohnTs
the America anchored, an English cut- on the home stretch, to windward, culture, to cease when the corn tas has fallen off over 40 per cent. River and Northern mails.

ter, the Laverock, 'ran down from Cowes the Puritan gained on her, coming sels. J. C. N. this year compared with last year's Jacksonville Sunday Mail and- St. John's River, .

and insisted(I can use no better expression), in winner minute and Archer, September 14, 1885. arrivals. The demand for skilled labor arrives......................................10:25I.'M..
by tacking round and lying-to, upon tryingthe by one thirty- Northern mail arrives................. 9:001'. M.
nine seconds, corrected time. This ITEMS: OF INTEREST.A is very light, and but few me- Jacksonville, St. John's River and
America'a qualities then and there. Un- the North closes....................... 6:00/1..K. .
fortunately, the Laverock was not accommodated settled the contest, and the cup remains chanics and artisans are arriving.The Jacksonville and St. John's River

the America quickly outsailing her to in America. RUSSIAN inventor has devised prevailing low price of wages in only, closes.............................. 4:00 P. M.. ;
windward. means of so impregnating,wood witha SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.
I say unfortunately, becausethe this country offers little inducement

result of that brush was that the British that in 1884 certain chemical that matches
statistics show
RECENT for leaving the other side. The greater List of Letters
yachtsmen found out the sailing qualities of made from it can be used several in the Post-Office at Fernan-
the the number of boiler explosions in number of arrivals at present are farm Remaining
boat that had come across the ocean to dina, Nassau county, Florida, September
meet them and would not arrange a match. the United States was 152, being less times over. hands, for which there, is but slight 19th 1885. Persons calling for these letters

An offer was first made by the America to than in the previous ,year. There AN English geologist thinks he'has : call. It is a singular fact that so few must say advertised:

sail a race against any schooner, and then killed and 261 injured evidence that the Mediterranean Blunt Matthew Liggins, Levi
254 found
were 'persons immigrants go South. Quite 'like Caldwell L H McLara, R

the challenge was broadened so as to include in them, however, and the was at one time shut off from' ly the possible competition with the Ellison, James Muck) James .
cutters. Finally, no response being received, Elyard, Lucie Mackie, James
Commodore Stevens posted in the club number is much larger than it the Atlantic ; that it was divided into cheap black labor of that section deters Foster, Lewis O'Neil, D A W D 0

house at Cowes a challenge to sail the Amer- should be. Fifty-six of the .explosions two distinct basins by a strip of land thrifty people from seeking their Hollain Governor Daniel Joseph Pond Pinkey, F, Sam Smith

ica against any British vessel whatever, for took place in saw mills, where extending from Italy to Africa, and livelihood in the South. Just at pres- Jones, Miss E L Pemble, W W ./
sum from to ten thousand Jackson Nan Pearce Violet
any ,
one guineas, ,
merely stipulating that there should not be the so-called engineer finds a too fa- that'most of its islands, notably Sic- ent there is no call from any particular Jo1'danEH Robson,8 .

'Jess than a six-knot breeze cile fuel in shavings. Men chosen ily and Malta, were connected with section of the country for their Jarvis, J.S Rivers,M E
Jones,R E Stephens, Any
*'Tl&eyacht clubs were so frightened,how for such positions should have the the mainland. labor. A revival of industry in this King, Jack Scott, Tomas

make ever, by no match the new-comer to test the that relative they superiority would- gumption to'perceive that such firing A:NEW method of dressing wounds, country ,will, no doubt, again ,start Lucas Luckus, Jennie Budy Secry Stewart, James, .

steam too rapidly for safe- is of from the Lanier, J P Thomas, Henry
of the best English-made boats and the generates by which their healing said to be the stream emigrants Lottro George Williams, Lucy .

America, and'the latter was forced to be sat- ty. These people can reduce the ,hastened and the pain 'made to dis-: crowded populations of the Old R. T,RIDDELL, P. M. :' -

isfied with the free-for-all race around the general death rate if they wish, and appear ,at once, has been broughtinto World..
The Atlantic Pavilion.
on Isle of ight-a course particularly unfair, can especially reduce the 'present notice by a French surgeon. It A WRITER in the Bulletin 'Generalede Having obtained a lease of the Atlantic
account of the tides and currents, to a
stranger. It was in this race, however, that high percentage of mortality. amongsaw consists in the application of, com Therapeutique says that refrigeration :Pavilion;,oh Amelia'Beach, I beg to'inform

the America won the cup. The entries ranged mill engineers. presses wet with a decoction of thirty .of the lobe of the ear-will stop 'my'friends! arid the 'public generally that.I .

from being forty-seven! three-masted to 392 tons schooner, the biggest and vessel the- Guava.8Delivered .parts'of valerian root,in ,100 parts of hiccough,whatever its cause'may' be. additions propose to as-make to make'the such improvements,Pavilion a first-and

smallest a on steamer at, one dollar, ,per water. It is expressly stated that Very slight refrigeration,.such s.i: class sea-side resort. Refreshments: all
the ten
a cutter the Aurora. Of
bushel. Send note to ,kinds will be, served in first-class style at
cutters the treatment is of no avail in"deep of cold:water is said to be suffi '.
and.eight schooners that started, this P. W. H>TOR; : drop ; reasonable rates. I solicit the patronage'of .
little cutter was the only boat besides the -. .' Yalaha, Fla.Y .' .wounds.. cient. the public. ALBEETGLAIBEB. ;:i

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; ": 4f' ;THE FLORIDA MIRROR SEPTEMBER. 19, 1885.: '
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t r Tins-, TOO, SHALL PASS A W4 Y.:" I He threw himself upon a ,sofa and I I her former health.Of course, I told;. ing carried !upstairs; your husband's, two dramatic troupes on board--
\ fairly wept and sobbed like a child. him about her lurch and the slight arrival this morning, and the alarm of were boy from Indianapolis, who had
Art thou in misery brother? This I
: Be comforted! thy grief shall pass away say.! What is it all about?" I asked, try- hemorrhage. He seemed to think. everyone."' designs on the water tank He began
.. 4 ing to calm him. that she died of internal bleeding." I have no recollection ; and yet it drinking before we fairly got out*of
e Art,thou elated? Ah! be not too gay. "Doctors do take these things very Have you noticed any differencein seems as if I had been dreaming," she Indianapolis. He would drink as lone
t I Temper thy joy I this, too, shall pass away, coolly, I must say.he replj&l; "whereis her body.since i ,last.night?" said, thoughtfully. In the dead. of as he could hold his breath, and then
M Art thou in danger? Still let reason sway, your assistant, Bull ; hash t he told No ; except that she has never be- night I heard the bedroom door open. put down the cup and sigh,and go back
\ And cling. to hope! This, too, shall pass you" come stiff, cold or her'motherand slowly ; then saw Jane enter and lookat to his seat. :When he felt a little rest-
r away.Tempted "My assistant went to Brooklyn sister': me, then go to thering-tray, try on ed he would, march down to the tan1-
art thou? In all thine anguish lay .early this morning and hasn't re- This confirmed my suspicions. I my diamond ring,and then leave noise- again, and looking over the rim of the
i::1>0; One truth to heart-this, too, shall pass turned." was convinced of the correctness of lessly. I tried to speak and get up cup with an injured expression as he
away. Then, plainly and briefly, my wifeis my theory, and fully resolved to test it but couldn't." drank, gaze at the passengers as
! reproachfully
I -
,1" p Do rays of laureled glory round the play? dead. Dead I"and he again burst I I went close to the bedside and "Are you sure it was Jane?" I as though it was our fault
King-like art thou? This, t6o, shall pass : her then shouted hold
into tears. pinched arm severely ; asked. that he couldn't a tubful of
away.Whate'er. I knew this would relieve him, and loudly in her ear, but she did not Certain of it. I saw her face dis- ter. Then he would sigh and go back Wa-
thou art, where'er thy footsteps let him alone for, a time. When the wince. The senses of hearing and feel- tinctly in the moonlight. Wasn't it a to rest. Then he'd come up again,
f stray, flood-gates of his sorrow began to dryI ing were thus apparently gone curious dream ?"'! little bit groggy, but still in the rimr-a
HeedVisdom's away! voice I all things must pass gleaned the following narrative : We made the body sit up 'in bed. Was your ring, there yesterday?" drink till the water stood in his eyes',
c' Paul UamlUon Haync. :Mrs. G- was suddenly seized the Strange to'say/it remained so. Then I asked. and go back to recuperate. Once or
previous night, shortly after dinner, we.raisedher arms, bent them, openedand Yes ; I did not wear it, but remember twice the brakeman drove him aWay
TIlE MYSTERIOUS MALADY. with what appeared to be an ordinaryswoon. shut,her mouth; and as we put seeing it during the afternoon from the tank. "Somebody else might
s -- Cold water, hartshorn and the them so they kept, until altered for :" want a drink before we get to :Madison -
Few out of the profession can fully usual domestic remedies failed to'restore some other posture. Curiously enough, Then look forit'now said, turning ," he .d", and anyhow there was
, .; realize the worry and drudgery of the her, and Bull was sent for. After there ,was no ''post 'mortem, stiffness of -Mr.G_ Your wife's supposed no coroner on the train if the boy
life of a doctor in busy practice. Dur- remaining there an hour he pro- the joints an'd muscles, and they would dream'may have solved the mys- should succeed in drowning himself
ing the severe and sickly winter of nounced life extinct. indefinitely retain any position in which tery of which you told me_during our Still, the boy, eluding the vigilance of
18although I had a qualified as- "Why didn't they telegraph to they were put, however unnatural and journey." the careful brakeman: kept on drinking -
sistant, the main burden of the work you?" I asked. constrained.My "'N 0, the ring is gone," said he, after great quantities of aquapura,with
and all the responsibility necessarilyfell "Because my sister-in-law knew next experiment was to shade searching.. intervals of rest. Presently the brake
on me. Thoroughly worn out that I intended to return by that her eyes for a little while with my "Nor can I find it in the jewel-case," man came in, after fighting with a man
when spring arrived, I took advantageof train, and, woman-like: delayed imparting hands, and then suddenly withdraw said :Miss: C-. who didn't want his two dogs banishedto
a lull in the prevailing sickness to the sad news. But, doctor, them.I Then it is as I expected. You now the baggage car, and wresting withan
i fulfill a long standing promise to spend can nothing be done? Was it a returnof distinctly saw the iris or window have a clue to the culprit. But tell old lady who had got into her head,
? a week with an old college chum who her old chest complaint, or some- : curtain contract slowly under the sud- me, Miss C-, did your sister make just because he told her that she
had settled in practice at Albany. thing new? You recollect she expected denly applied stimulus of light.I any remark before she was seized?" couldn't go in there, that the smokingcar
Greatly benefited by the brief hol- tohave, to send for you shortly." then felt her skin. The temper- "Yes; she was just saying to Jane, was just the very Alabazan car ol"
iday, I was about to return by the I sat pondering the whole subjectover. ature was low, but warmth was still I Go round to Dr. Bright, give him my all Alabazan cars, and fought to get
" night train, and had barely enteredthe I was not altogether blameless distinctly there.I compliments, and- into it. He was pretty hot, because
waiting-room, when my hand was regarding it. But in a large practiceit could detect no pulse at the wrist, Putting this, her last remark before Jie hadn't half whipped the man and
; cordially grasped and a cheery voice js difficult, if not* impossible, to remember and none at the heart. But with my the attack, with the first one after it, couldn't rip out on the, old lady, and
accosted me."What the peculiarities individual stethoscope I could occasionally faint- and how connected is the sentence : he was just hungry for a chance to
doctor 1 This is, indeed, a cases. It would certainly have been ly hear its.peculiar and unmiS'takablesounds Go round to Dr. Bright, give him my blow off" somebody. The first thing
pleasant surprise. I little expected to better had I told my assistant some ; ,while my finger could feel, compliments, and ask him to come, if his eye fell upon was the boy at the
meet you. Do you go by this train?" facts in Mrs G-'s medical history. and close observation see, the carotid possible, and see me to-night." tank. He swept down upon him,
F TT1 1 Still, she had not recently been under arteries on either side of the neck slowly Total or complete oblivion during grabbed him by the shoulders, shook
"Then we shall be fellow-passen- my care; and who,could have foreseen pulsating.Taking is a frequent characteristic of his hat off, and the breath out of him
gers. But what brought you here? this attack? From chilhood she had up a.hand mirror from the this curious affliction. In this instance before the boy could yell; lifted him
A Consultation ?" been delicate, nervous, and often had dressing table I held it close to her there had been total forgetfulness. But up in the air, slammed him down in
No; health. In looking after the hysterics and fainting fits. These disappeared mouth and nostrils. For'a moment its consciousness had evidently returnedfor the seat with a Langtry bang that
health of others physicians often lose after marriage, but only to surface was unclouded ; then it slowly a brief period during the night; shook open the ventilators. !1"
their own. But what, may I ask, give place to a worse malady. Occasional became slightly dimmed. fortunately, in time to detect Jane's I he roared ; you dropsical little squab!
brought you here-Brown vs. Brinker- dry cough and spitting of blood This looked as if there was still very crime. When at last she woke under D'you want to make a millpond of
hoffagain?" indicated incipient consumption. These slight and slow respiration, and as if the stimulus of galvanism, she com- yourself and be-" The boy's face
4< No; another case, which has almost ., likewise left on the occurrence of the the heart, lungs and brain-the tripodof menced life, as it were, where she left was purple with rage, and he broke
!' tied me to the courts for the last event which was soon to have required life-and especially the latter, in off twelve hours before. The first act out into a torrent of profanity, abuse,
two days, when I could badly spare I my professional attendance ; and.for which, doubtless, lay the source and of her brain, if I may so speak, was to defiance, threatening and slaughter in
'.' the time." the past few months she had been in secret of her present curious condition, complete the unfinished thought.To one awful breath. He danced out into
Mr. G- was a rising lawyer in unusually good health and spirits, and only needed, some stimulus to rouse be able to aid in the restorationof the aisle, shed his coat, beat his fists
New York, a genial companion and once more, as in former days, the sun- and again restore them to their wonted health is unquestionably one of the together and pulled a revolver. Everybody -
w good business man. Both he and his shine of her home. healthy action.. great privileges enjoyed by the profes- yelled and hollered,and laughed
.- wife had been patients of mine. "It is unlikely," reasoned, "that There were!rays of 'hope. But stillI sion to which I belong. 'But, as it I and stood upon the seats, and ap-
As we spoke a detective in plain death was due to syncope from inter- might be mistaken. It", was 'now were, to restore life thus, is incompar- plauded the ,boy and encouraged the
clothes passed on his way to the train, nal hemorrhage, because consumption more than ever my condction that my atively greater. Need I depict the joy poor, dumbfounded, stammering,apologizing -
accompanied by a young man in hand- generally lulls during her condition. patient was not dead. If so, how for- which pervaded that happy family, or brakeman. Poor Ixion t in his ,
IC cuffs. Could it be a return of the old nervous tunate they did not put her on ice repeat the compliments and thanks blind wrath he had swooped down
' What is that, Bardell?" I asked complaint, or some new phase of it?" The small remaining spark of vitality that were showered on me by all. upon an irascible, cross-grained little
t the policeman, whom I slightly knew. A"sudden thought struck me. would, doubtless, have long ere now The story of Mrs. G-'s sudden wretch of a dwarf, forty-one inches
".Bank clerk, sir; forgery in Ger- "Has she been put on ice?" I in- been frozen out of her naturally fra- death had spread like wildfire. In the high and fifty-two' years old, belongingto
many; caught him at Chicago," was quired. gile frame, and with it another whichI course of the forenoon her husband received one of the dramatic companies. It
the curt answer. "No; but they are now preparingto might perchance save. i many calls and notes of condo- was too funny for anything for the rest
After getting comfortably settledfor do it. She always expressed a fear There was evidently no time to lose. lence. And great was the astonishment of us. And while the row was absorbing -
the tedious night ride, our conver- and horror of being buried alive, and, So, quickly adjusting my electrogalvanic I when the story of her strange resuscitation .' general attention, if that miserable -
sation naturally turned on the curios- remembering this, my sister-in-law machine, I applied one pole over :. as it were, from the dead ''I' boy with the hydrophobia didn't
ities of crime, regarding which my intelligent wisely delayed, as her sister wished for her heart and the other to her palm. was made known. Of course, I receivedno sneak up to the water tank and drink
fellow-traveler was well twelve hours." After a time, an anxious and excitingone small credit for my professionalacumen. it so dry that it warped.-Bunletle,in
' versed, and from whom I obtained "Then come with me," I said to to me, a'pulse became evident at the Brooklyn Eagle.
much valuable information. We spoke G as I seized a small electrogalvanic the wrist. :- :Mrs. G- had several cataleptic -- -
OIC- Frank Letter.-Itisby:
I of the frequent difficulty in detecting machine and started off for his Thenalternating this by carrying seizures after that,but none of them so no An means strange, that Dr. David Kennedy
; .. it, and the curious ways in which it is residence. "A sight of the body anda the current over the chest; I'soon'made prolonged. They were, so to speak, should have received the following letter.
sometimes discovered long after its few questions of your sisterinlawwill the breathing more forcible and fre too deeply fixed or built in her frame By reading it you will see in one minute.
It.ED.Ir. ]
: commission. tell me much." quent. Thus the natural action of the ever to be eradicated, though medical :why:\ J.its W.writer Horner could, traveling recommend agent for[Am-
"By the way," said G., "that re- We found it in the bedroom, whereit heart and lungs was evidently return- treatment greatly diminished them. bach, Burgander & Co., Baltimore Md..
minds me of a case in which I am personally had been removed when Bull left. ing slowly.But But they were now familiar with them ; says : "My head felt bad and I was suffer
interested. For the past six She lay in her night dress, with open she was still motionless,corpse- never became alarmed, and knew how'to ing Remedy'from indigestion.made me feel A like trial a new of'Favorite man. I
weeks we have, every week or two, eyes, hands folded over the bed slothes, like, and to all appearance insensible.Life meet them. Nor did she ever againrun cheerfully recommend it to all needing a
missed various small articles in our and placid but pale face ; but so life- was there, but no capability of the risk of being buried alive. medicine of the kind." __
house in street, chiefly jewelry like that I stood still involuntarily, almost voluntary motion. Obviously brain The interesting event already alluded -
from my wife's bedroom, and cannot expecting to see her stir, and and nervous system must next be to came off in due course, and DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. _
discover how or where it goes. We stretch out her hand to give me wel- roused. was an additional source of thankfulness ,
have purposely spoken of it to no one, come. But her lips moved not, nor Applying a pole to each temple, I and joy at the narrow escape. EST.A.DLISIIED 1875.
but it makes my wife very nervous. could I see her breathe. There was increased the strength of the currentto You saved its life, doctor," said -
She is so naturally, as you know. We only the constant, unnatural stare, as the highest grade, and then carried I Mrs. G-, when you saved mine,
"' have never detected the slightest at- if the eyes were looking into futurity, it slowly down the, spine. : and we are thus doubly your debtor." DRUGS 'and fflEDICINESHORSEY
tempt at burglary. Besides, a burglaris or were immovably fixed on somethingunseen In a few minutes there was a percep-, The theft of the ring turned out to
not likely to select articles of trifling by us. tible shudder' then a long yawn, and' be true. Suspicion having been
value when more costly ones, and, indeed Was your sister perfectly well yes- she stretchecT' herself wearily as if just aroused, Jane's box was searched, andit & CO. .
both the jewel-case and plate- terday?" I asked :Miss C-; Had wakert l from sleep. My success was was found before she had time to ,
box are close at hand. Then, again, she no cough or choking when it hap- complete ; my diagnosis accurate: ; my get rid of it. She confessed when it -
our servants are honest ; we have had pened?" theory proved was'shown her; pretended to be very
1 4 them for years. The visiting governess She lay back suddenly, but quietly Ask him to come, if possible, and penitent, and beseeched her mistressnot =I PHARMACISTSCentre 1==
,, is above suspicion, and she seldom enters as if in a swoon. She has had no see me to-night," she muttered.; to send her away. As she was an
Mrs. G-'s bedroom." cough for months. But she complained ,A smart pinch of the arm fully orphan, and had no friends or rela-
p, g On arriving next morning at the slightly before it happened of lassitudeand roused her As I happened be tives in America, Mr. G- got her Street.FERNAXDIA'A .
t Torty-second street depot we parted. confusion of mind, and yawned a standing.nearest; her eyes first lightedon admitted into a reformatory.
' After washing and dressing I :was f o- good deal." me. Her story, as told to Mrs. G-, FLORIDA,
ing to breakfast, when there was a VIOlent "Had anything worried-or alarmedher Doctor," she said, you have come was, no doubt, true. She was honest
I and continued ring of my office lately?" quickly." Then, looking round. But until she began to'keep company witha constantly h an -
:t bell. "Well, yesterday afternoon her eye how ,came I here? Wasn't I lying in young man, who'had gradually cor- KEEP of FRESH and PUIEFOI
.,fs Where is the doctor ; quick, tell caught the latter end of a newspaper the parlor?" rupted and enticed her to begin the EIGN and DOMESTIC:
me, where is he?" I heard some one paragraph detailing a'railway accident "Husband,"she continued,in amaze- pilfering which had ended in her dis
say in a loud,agitated voice as the servant In which a Mr. G-was said to have ment, noticing him for the first time, missal. MrslG: -'s presumed deathwas Drugs and Chemicals.
h opened the door; and :Mr. G- been killed. This gave her- a great I thought:you-didn't intend to leave a chance too tempting to be lost. *
rushed unceremoniously into my inner fright. She was not convinced that it Albany,till to-night? How came this The' diamond ring was the most val- Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines,
sanctum, with flushed.face, disheveled could not be her Mr. G-until I about rVhat does it mean?" Tell uable thing she could see, and at sucha Goods,
hair, heaving breast, and greatly ex- pointed out that the catastrophe occurred me." time she thought it less likely to be Proprietary and Fancy
3 .cited. 'to the westward of St. Louis, '*You have been- ill," :f,. explained. .missed.-Utica'Observer. ARTICLES,
Pardon me, doctor,for interrupting while her husband was in Albany.But ." They feared'you were dead-and,indeed FINE TOILET
you," he went on hurriedly; but she was very anxious all the you,have.had a narrow escape- THE DROPSICAL BOY. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
I must know all about it. What was evening." ; but, after all, you were only,in a cataleptic Last winter-how pleasant it is to
"f it? Can nothing more be done? Won't These replies had demolished the trance. Do you,remember nothing think of a time when it was cold IN GREAT VARIETY.
you come and see her? For heaven's internal hemorrhage'theor of it?" enough for overcoats-as we sailed
,. sake, help me, if it is in your power! "What did Dr. Bull say?".I then Very little. It seems' all a dream." down, the .J., ,M. & I., known among wPhysicians' Prescriptions
Oh, doctor, I was so happy ; and this asked. "Don't you recollect swooning ,in the Hoosiers as the "Jeff"road, there carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at
is to be the end of it alii'! "He questioned me closely about the parlor; Dr. Bull's visit; your be- were several things to look at. There reasonable prices.


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x mark, Dan Harris his x mark, Ebbin F. KRTTSE.P. ,
Walker his x mark, Douglass King his x W. KING.
mark, Jacob Johnson his 'x mark, Louis
Paplio his x mark, Oswell Germain his x JtljThrough a typographical error, the
mark, Benjamin Germain his x mark, Sam- name of Reuben Walker appeared in the I
uel Campbell his x mark,Jacob Baker his x foregoing petition last week. It should have CRACKERS AND CANDIES ."

mark, Fred C Gibson his x mark,Isaac rino read Rufus Walker. Reuben Walker did -:. ; : ..;1 :fl--!:
his x mark, Jacob Harris his x mark, Thos not sign the petition.

Lang his x mark, Henry Holzendorf Jr his I
x mark, Stepbney Green his x mark. Peter STATE OF FLORIDA, "i ; I
Blue bis x mark Thomas Holzendorf his x COUNTY OF NASSAU. }

mark, Lattimore Edwards his x mark,John On this day personally appeared before Soap and Perfumery, :, ,
Elbert his x mark, Curtis Williams his x me Albert Glaiber, to' me well known, <"

Jr mark, Joseph Lewis his x mark,James Love who, being duly sworn, deposeth and says Best Brands Family Hour i \ '
his Connoil Green- : ,
x mark, Sam Walker, that each and every name or mark affixedto ; _
field his x mark, A G Wilson, A M V Haaf- the above petition was the act and deed }.
ten,Sable Keyser his x mark, rank.Webber of the party purporting to have signed the Choice Butter and Cheese "
hisx mark, Alfred Hampton his x mark, same, and that said signatures were signed ,
lipbert Miller his x mark, Allen Johnson in the presence of at least two credible wit- I
!his x'mark, Aaron McCall his x mark, Ben- I nesses, and that there was no fraud, bribery ;
jamin Fuller mark James Drunimondnis : ,: ;... ". Hams Bacon Lard ete.
his x ; :. nor deception used in procuring said signatures : <,;.' > .J"-;' .;;. ,
x mark,July Mitchell his x mark Abraham -: ,
or marks of said whose fl
Tremmins his x mark Moses Hunter'I appear signed to the above persons petition. names -:. ".":.;..:,.. 't'-l, ,::'';;- ,\i'':)". .,..<. -.

his x mark, Louis Deas his x mark, William ALBERT GLAIBER. ,,. ,. '.'. ',i. 1 ''... .. _; t" ,". '.
Hnabb his x mark, Benjamin Talbot Ibis x ': '; 'I' .. :. !
mark, Frank Emerson his x mark, Mack I Subscribed and 'sworn to before me, this I
oweetwine his x mark, Adam Williams, W 9th day of September, 1885. f ::.:' CIGARS .,AND TOEACQ9'I: ; :
Snead, John Smith his x mark, Jeremiah '
Thomas his x mark, Rodwell Palmer his x Notary Public.THE'c .:;. ; : : .' '"' ; ':\"'" : I
mark, Stephen Stewart his x mark, Lewis > '' I
Johnson his x mark, Joseph Longwood his MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING ':" ." :
x mark Richard Thomas his x mark Henry is noted for the artistic manner L I .: ; :, ;. : :. vy-0;':1' .
Holzendorf Sr his x mark, Sandy Williams :, in which it executes all kinds of Printing. : : '
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THE FLORIDA MIR110R: SEPTEMBER 19 1885. ,i .' .
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URE. We are sorry to see it stated. that

., GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. It is a good sign of the times. when the shipment, ofgreen, fruit has already

: people discuss business instead of comltte'lced., We, hope, that
1& Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81.
politics. Probably no greater con- dealers wijlreject: all such consignments. Hew York Life Insurance Comp'y.

f; Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor. trast found than the condi- We have a reputation' to

tion of the countryduring the reconstruction Florida Jamaica _
i RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten sustain for our oranges. : -

cents a line for the first, and five cents for period and the'present. Mexico, Central America, the 40 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. $60,000,000 ASSETS.

Those who wished to continue the
each subsequent insertion. Bahamas, and the Mediterraneanports

j Special: local notices, 15 cents a line. hostilities of the war had full swayin are already y rivals ,with us in,

Reading,notices,25 cents a line. 1868. They had apparently supplying the market. W 1'e :have .Next -to Largest Life Company in the World.

Special rate for time advertisements upon application crushed the ,South under the,heel of boasted with justice of the superiority
at the office.C..ommunicatlons.
a a- political oligarchy ; but they found of our Florida oranges. This superiority IWith the SAME HONEY, Protect the, Family Against the Disaster of the Death ef

9. upon all matters of local inter it was impossible to crush the South, belongs to the fully 'matured its Head, and LAY UP FOB ADVANCED' AGE, in a SAFE AND SOLID

est solicited from all parts of the county and from and year by year the change has ,,well ripened, juicy, sweet and :BANE, and RECEIVE GOOD INTEREST ON THE DEPOSIT.
? along the lines of Florida railways.
been going on until now the Southis '
delicious'fruit, which is never at its
y y ,All communications intended for publication
harmonious, prosperous and con- perfection until near Christmas but PLAN OF INSURANCE--AGE 30.lOOOAnnual .
should be addressed, to the Editor; all business > ;
tented and thousands of settlers from
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. here we have oranges, which undoubtedly $ Premium, $30.65-To Run 2O Years.At .
the East, the, West and the' North, came from Florida whichare
the. expiration of the 20 years*,. if living:, you hair YOUR o ..
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1885. are making their homes in the Southern sold 'I Florida '
. as .
oranges, green, CHOICE of the following Benefits:
States. At the North a few des-
TIll sour, immature, and not fit to eat. 1. You can withdraw in'ash $789 and be no .have a paid-up Policy for SUK-payable
RATIFIED.AVe perate politicians, like John Sherman Alongside them are Sicily oranges, longer Insured. This Benefit returns every dollar death nnd no farther cost.
and :Mr. Blaine have essayed to paid In for the insurance, and gives you $171.. 0 3. Or,if you prefer, at the end of 20( years
Jamaicas much riper and much you
have, so for, seen no objection or interest. 20 years' protection without costa can have a paid-up Policy for Sl.OOO and with-
advanced to .the provisions of the arouse some of the old hostility, but better, because matured. The repu- Money saved for advanced age!! draw S322 cash. This Policy is at no farther cost

the mass of the Northern people tation of Florida fruit suffers the 2. Or if, at the end of 20 years, you prefer to but pays a good dividend in cash each year anti
new Constitution which, seem to us ; leave your money and swell the insurance you at death 1,000 to the family.
'have set aside the past and look for-
selfish fruit
of sufficient importance to justify its greedy, grower getslittlefor
rejection. We do not: believe that ward to the great future of a united the fruit he sends on ; he has 1@'$100 deposited each year in a savings bank will, in 20 years, amount to

people. $3,571.93., at 5 per cent. compound interest. If deposited with the New York Life
the people are satisfied with the done the State mischief; he has in- .
+ Constitution. In fact the The charges made by Mr. Sherman jured himself and the other fruit on this plan and age, will net $4,405.28, besides keeping :you insured throughthe
present 20 Where is its equal as investment and
and applied to the whole South, years an a protection?
vote for the Convention was a con- growers, and he does not blame himself -

demnation of the present or old Con- are known to be untrue. They are but the railroad companies and Illustrations at Other Ages on $1,000-Running 20 Years.Age .

certainly untrue as to Florida. There merchant in fact
stitution. The Convention elected commission ; everybody .......................
35. 1. Cash $ 911 Age 45. 1. Cash................ ._. $1254
1 may have been, in one or two coun- the blind and selfish 2. Paid-up Folicy_...... 1730 2. ._?._.
d by the people having devoted some ties in the but in except $34.08 An'al Prem.}. :dhfid.....'........... c384 $45.03 An'al Prem.}s Cash Paid-up....Policy....... ....:..?? I9io 59$
/ i i two months, of, consideration, to the irregularties" f past, shipper. Let public opjnion be free- Benefits Optional.' ;: Policy. 1000 ,Benefits Optional and Paid-up Policy1000

details of revision have the State at-'large the colored voters ly given in reference to this suicidal Age 40.. 1. Cash':.. .... .310.58 Age 50. Cash............;...._... $i>li
a by a very i ..::::: Paid
Paid i'ohcy.21x0'
considerable majority of its members have had,a full and free access to the policy.It $38.83 An'al.Premo} Cash-up. Policy. ....' 1795 467 $53.38 An'al Prem))1.Cash.up..............-....... Si
and fair count. The of Benefits Optional. and Paid-up Policy1000 Benefits Optional and Paid-up Policy- 1000
polls, a press is the interest of fruit'
agreed to the Constitution now our .growers .
Y, Georgia and other Southern States *..Larger Policies In the Same Proportion.a ....
to send hone but good fruit to
to: be submitted to a vote for its rati- .
fication or rejection. The sum of claim the same thing. It is curious market; wait until it is fit to send ; ..You can limit the term to 10,15.or 20 years. You can make this Policy suit your circumstances -
whatever they be at the end of the period.
that Mr. Sherman should wait untilan
then select fruit .
fifty thousand dollars has been ex- carefully only good -a.Best of all. this Policy is JTOX-FOBFEITABI.E.

pended in the expenses of the Con- election, or State election only in for shipment; pack carefully, and get ALMOND BARRELING, State Agent.WHOLESALE .

vention. A rejection of the revised Ohio, was about to take place beforehe the manager of the Fruit Exchangeto 7 :0_ P?A T. rrR. .D_. ').
f I was moved to take such interestin \ .a2e Esamiaers.! :
Constitution simply leaves us wherewe inform you in which market the .L--O_ STARBQCL:::! :MO., J
the voters of the Southern States. best demand is to be found and if
were forced to put up for an in- ; ,
The manufactures of Ohio are foundall
definite period with our present Con- you are wise, you will be governedby
over the South ; her business men true interests and make use
stitution. One person is opposed to your -- --
- it because it still leaves some officersto have constant business relations with of the facilities and assurance given
the South Ohio capital has built a AND RETAIL.
be appointed by the Governor; ; by the Fruit Exchange; but whatever I

great and costly railway into the do in this do not I
>! lie, therefore, proposes to vote against you respect,
\ South, and Ohio men will take little send immatured fruit to be sJsaJj -
; it and perpetuate the present Constitution green z = =L=--a: rn "'-? _,,,tS
stock -in Mr. Sherman's efforts to T SJ SSSfSf a*gggtegZjSf rpj.Bjjrsb'fl
i which gives all the offices to sold as Florida, -,fruit. ffSs f S S; !-- r-s iLS" 3flrrTS
brand the people of the South with
; ,f. the Governor to appoint to. Another
? : crimes and dishonesty. The peopleof A RECENT dispatch from New:York S E EPS -
is opposed to the appointing of Cir-
: the South are not discussing the says the conference of the steel rail "
11t cuit Judges by the Governor and he rf -
Ohio State election. It is the busi- makers has resulted in a decided in-
: proposes to vote against it and leave
ness of the Ohio people, and not ours. crease in the demand, and an easy
the Governor to appoint all thefudges.
m' I, Let Mr. Sherman return to his own advance of $1.50 to $2 a ton. A pur-

-'! mutton. chase was made for a leading rail-
i The result of opposing the Consti-.
road of 1,000 tons last week at $26.50
THERE is evidently an advance for
tution, so far as we can forecast the
probable result of such opposition, the better in the general condition of net cash, and second lot was bought

the We hear of ufactur- this week -upon the same terms at-
would be, if successful, to perpetuatejust country. ,
$28. The Delaware & Hudson has
ing establishments reviving of new
the measures which its opponents ,
wish to defeat. investments, of a demand for real contracted for several thousand tons 'r I ,
: -
The revised Constitution is very estate, etc. A demand for real estate at this price, and a great many rail- T_ 'i;

road have made haste,to
be taken favorable companies
always as a
t. much better than the existing one. may 1'Y'
sign of renewed confidenco. No get in their orders for are
If the people are dissatisfied with por- =

N any of its provisions, they have a tion of the country is likely to be absolutely needed for repairs.. Great 60UrHPO&CO.NY

benefited to extent in demand economy has been exercised in this
speedy submission to the people of I a greater a -

+ any proposed ftn1elHhnents.I I I for real estate than Florida, I connection, and now the railroad A. B. ,NOYES,

not for speculative but for companies are disposed to put in
To throw away now all the good purposes,
which has been accomplished in the actual settlement. The actual increase their orders at once,before (demand DEALER IX

of population in all our coun- comes for new construction. The HEAVY GROCERIES
way of amendment would be puerile. FAMILY SUPPLIES, ,
ties and in the Thomas Iron Company report an active -
especially newer
Those who admire and support the por-
d business at $28. I Hay aFURNITURE Grain, Ship Stores,
present Constitution will, of course, ,tion of the .State' indicates that a

t vote against the revision ; but for large proportion of those who nave THE irrigation works of Coloradoare STOVES, PAINTS,
to Florida to make their homes
those who are dissatisfied with the come
on a great ,
Constitution to vote have purchaled lands and become
1 present againstthe
Ditch in Western Colorado at
I revised Constitution is the citizens. Florida offers great advan-
1' the beginning is thirty-five feet widest Lowest.
Prices Low tIle
licightli of inconsistency and folly. tages to people of moderate means, as
: the bottom fifty feet wide at,'the
!Any Constitution must, in a large and the general distribution of:rail' N. E. corner*Centre and Second Sis, Fernandiua, Fla.ING. .
y I top, five feet deep for the first ten
I,: degree, be the result of compromise. way facilities has brought all the --
miles then until the
habitable part of the State into close
The Constitution of the United States connection with good transportationlines. last two and a half.miles are sixteen, ,SP':RING: : :P :E N
the final outcome of
fJ was many con- bottom with three
feet wide the
at' -AT-
The mildness of the winter
:'ft llicting opinions,and has undergone feet depth of water. The grade is a
, climate and the of the
evenness tem- LOHMAJST
: W. J.
many changes. one man, and little over twenty-two inches to the
.t11 number of less than perature, charm people who have
:no men a major-
mile, which gives a strong current.
have the known the thermometer to be 100
ity right to impose their
One company engaged in the.irrigating NOW OPEN AT MY NEW AND SPACIOUS STORE,
f 1 opinions or views of government ,above zero,in July, and 40 below inJanuary. I HAVE ,
business ,has constructed over dOE.NEE. OF SctTE: : AND ..A.SS: : STE.EErt'S:
those who have
s upon an equal right 100 miles of canals in the Rio Grande
jlftl of opinion. To obtain an agreement A-NUMBER of dogs were recently A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
Valley. at a cost of $750,000.
f:,' all must yield something. A Constitution dosed with morphine until they be- FANCY DRY GOODS
must' represent the wishes came insensible, the object being to THERE is a curious, uniformityinthe DOMESTIC, ,

}\\i and opinions of the larger number.We determine what drug would act most number of persons killed 'annually -

believe the revised Constitu- rapidly as an antidote. It was found in India by wild animals, and CLOTHING: BOOTS, AND SHOES,

!, tion complies with this requisite, and that hypodermic injections of theine snakes. The Indian Medical Gazette COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACING

,I' 'i: represents and will be supported by neutralized the narcotic almost in- gives the number of those killed in ALL THE

,popelation, : stantly, although it was employed ,Bengal ,alone by animals, -for five NOVELTIES' AND SPECIALTIES

;;, of Florida. only after 'the heart had ceased to years, at from 1,264 to 1,302; .in each '

H! :: It is much easier to find flaws and beat. Caffeine had a considerable year. The snakes destroyed from FOR THE SPRPXG AND SUMMER TRADE.SSJMY .

i a:;; see defects than it is to see exactly anti-narcotic power, but was not 9,153 to 10,064 annually. PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR. VAk

how such difficulties are to be .rem equal. to the principle derived from. DVERTISERS! send for our Select List of ED COMMAND WILL HAVE MY PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION.
;;., 'I A' Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Sixth and Asli Sts.
i! ,edled. tea. W. J. I.OIIMAN, Cor. _
t. ."":, ; 10 Spruce Street,New York.
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Two northwest rooms corner the To upper Kent.of Centre floor and of the Seventh houseon J- &> T- :gY""DbAR : ::

.streets. Inquire'on the premises.For .


Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet
square; location desirable;' neighborhoodselect. .. fufm HEW GOODS 1\
On one of the lots is a six-room cottage 4
with kitchen; piazza on three sides; tlJ" '
always cool in summer. Lots face on three -AT- :
streets; ground high and dry;'no sand; best -AT-
bricked well of water in town; half dozen ..
sweet orange trees four years old; several LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES.A
sour trees oM.Enquire. bearing; peaches and grapes two 1VLODE: BRQ .
Office Town Improvement Company. '
Notice to Owners of Dogs.
Notice is hereby given to all owners of -CONSISTING OF
clogs that the tax on dogs for the current
year must be paid by the first of September Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns,

next. After that date dogs without the DRESS Linon de Deccas etc.
usual badge will fall under the penalty of ,
the city ordinance in such case made and ,
'provide'd. :C. J. WESTBERG,
City Tax. Collector. rr DRESS

St. Louis beer St. Louts of the celebrated Beer! brewery 9> Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Nun's' Veiling; NUN'S VEILING, GINGHAMS, SEERSUCKERS, ETC.

.of ASIHOSV & KUHK, at" !
and Room. / In Colored and White; SPECIAL '
Billiard Sample Laces Embroideries Hamburg Edgings---
Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions, BARGAINS in these Goods.j2S .
Refrigerators at Fred W. Iloyt & Co.'s
Furniture Store, Centre Street. A FINE LINE CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTH AND


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In MATTINGS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, WINDOW &-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars and :
over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. .
ANDFEATHERS SHADES, WALL PAPER, etc., our stock is complete. ,
ar. c C 'E'. K- ?-DID: 1

Our SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment and price,with any j' Northeast corner Centre. and Third Sts., ,
& 602 New York.Pay i 't
Broadway, in the State. '. J8S-NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. [ FERNANDINA, FLA.
the Highest Market Price for all kindsof .
Bird Skins, Egret White Crane, Heron- CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT ( stairs)y embraces! a line
Direct up
Plumage, etc. Ship to New xork.Clm r : of RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS

use only large quantities. Express charges Goods that cannot be excelled in the State-from the cheapest Cottonadeup
must be prepaid on sample packages. 3G

R. S. SCHUYLERARCHITECT, to as fine a line of Diagonals as is manufactured. MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !

In ALPACAS, PONGEES and SEERSUCKERS, we are offering
bargains, to make room for our Fall stock. FLORIDA AND STEW YORK.r

DESIGNS FOR, with BUILDING Plans Details OF" ,ALL Specifications J SOT Orders by mail promptly attended to.

and Superintendence. L.+]4F."e i = 1Ts



: ;-f : "<':.,:'.',...J..' .. ,
lias removed his business to the rooms over _, c. .. .
:eddaugh's grocery store, on Centre street. .....'.Jt, -.t, lt.. ":".'.....,". .... '., .. .. .. __ t" Yir .;,
lie has received an assortment of seasonable = c
goods for gentlemen's; \ wear and is preparedto '. .
make them up to suit all tastes in the
.best style. >
I ,!:2f Repairing neatly done. ; .
Fernandina, Fla.,July 12, 188' '

WILLIAM B. C..DURYEE ".,,".',.
..' r CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1.080 T<')N8.

TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber,

As nearly all my competitors are now selling their goods at manufactl1rers' -" ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.ONE ,
prices, it is my intention to dispose of my entire stockof rS

For Domestic or Export Trade, Spring and Summer GoodsREGARDLESS of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEn AXDIXA FOE NEW YORK I
THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. .
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. OF COST; This lane, having no Transfers between Fcriiimliim and New t
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
OF MACON, GEORGIA, in order to make room for my Fall and Winter Stock, which I ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
intend shall -
surpass anything ever before brought to this city. My
MADE THE MODE ISRO'N for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
HAVE Fla., the authorized ,- stock comprises in part Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
Agents to contract for the sale and Shoes RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the Ii
of their Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold i

wishing to purchase will get all in- AT SHERIFF'S SALE
(formation as regards prices from them. For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to i

Samples of different qualities and styles R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, 1i
can be seen at the office of
but are offered at lower figures than can be secured at any other FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. 1i
2il Fernandina.IV. store. They arc from the best known manufacturing and importing Pier 20 East River New York. 51- t
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houses in the country, and are worth double the price I-am ask- -




Dealer in Ice
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY however, to make room for the large shipments I am constantly
5 *
BROOM STREET WHARF : receiving by New York Steamers. I would say to those who are in +-

1-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. : need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line,to give me a call { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }

CURTIS .fc CO., -+ i-


Loans procured,Mortgages negotiate dex- : and I feel sure they will be satisfied that I am selling better goods ':
Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 ; for less money than ever before offered in :Fernandina. ,

acres Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 "... ;..."
: '
N. B._"St Mary's: having been selectedas :: PAUL FUNKE'S, : T .. .
the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi I :5: '"'
Canal (under the survey made for Government : ..:'.. ,.'. PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
by General Gillmo're), charters for the -DRY .
construction of'which having been granted : ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
Iw the United States Government and the V i"i ri ,... -. -'' '-_ .?..,<, '. _'
legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large ,vil>i ; S gf S
increase in the value of adjacent lands may \.tiV: ,. '', Centre Street, two Doors above Second Street;. 'T < :'V'V'i : :... -f FINE TEAS COFFEES f"--_
1>e #ffjF fir i '4 "' *' '
confidently for. (See New York .. .t'. +.-f : ,,
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GEO. W. SCHUYLER, !,,:.".*. 'f ..'. .. ,. ., '. ." 't., .1":...._' ,''", ,. 'jIL,:...,..,:".. .,.,.', THE BEST GOODS: ,OF'THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.

ATTORXEV-AT-LAW. ;-.--. .' ,. .. ; '1.- .,.<. tk :. : < i::'

:: :;.( : \t'I', ':. NEW GOODS Received( by Every Steamer.
Office-Adjoining the Count .Clerk's office, ,'ti" 1 <# ,,,,. ..,..,. II' g,.. ,' til .. ,, ." .

FERNANDINA, FLA.; .... :!.":,;, S. S f :.;.,:: Cor. Second and Centre Sts., -. FERXAXDIXA, FLA. }

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Collector of Revenue-Bunberry. .Haynes-' County Judge-R.. M. Witherspoon, Madi- Application License. Peter Peterson Samuel Pinkney.Henry per
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f LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Superintendent, of'>.ScJiool., .,., *-J. L., Hill. ,..Lake,-,.. Sheriff S. A. Parramore) ,Madison To the :Honorable Board of County Com Robinson, Geo Redmon, B G Rich, Geo Rob
Butler. ; C'lerk-John M. Madison inson, Lewis Robinson x his mark
enter-L.A. Barnes Gainesville. Beggs, Tony
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Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of ScJiools-Samuel J. Perry: ,. for County, : Riley, Ambrose Robinson: Walter Roberts
Surveyor-GeneroJr-J. F. McClellan. County Judge-James A. :McCrory, City Madison. I RESPECTFULLY ask to be granted a Edward Rogers, Edward !RoMtison:: Frank"Richard
Point.. County 7reamrer=.. S,-Smith,!''Madison. License for the sale 'of Ales, Wines and Geo Riley .x his mark, Nelson
DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A.. -A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-H. V. Wadsworth, Liquor in Precinct No. I, and enclose here- Ronndtree, Amos Robinson x his mark, Xed
Jv1ge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff-M. E. ,English, Titusville. Madison., the-signatures of a majority of the legally Robinson x his mark.; J Cnntishaul> Pablo -
Jrzrlhal-J..II. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed, Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY. registered voters of this precinct, as: required Rogers x his mark, Juo J Itntishauer
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. by law. Henry Smith Lewis Spauldirlg.
t1t : Superintendent of Schools-John. H:Laws, JudgJob'n : Henry Scott
G. Webb Manatee.
*' County F. C. LATHAM.:
INTERNAL REVENUE.Collector : City Point. / / ."* x his mark Solomon Jackson x his mark, J
Clerk-Robert S': Griffith'"Manatee.; Fernandina, Fla., September 18, 1&>5. L Smith, Henry Sellet Geo Scott x his mark
B: -S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. CALHOUN. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Doc Scott x his mark, Temple Smallwood'

". COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge William Clark.. Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton. "-JTE, THE UNDERSIGNED, CITIZENS Jno Smith x his mark, Rufus: Sax<>on x his
John W., Howell, Fernandina. Clerk-James S. Fannin. ,Fort Green. TT and voters of Fernandina, PrecinctNo. mark,Sault Savage his mark, W F V Scott
. ,; Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J..Seward,. .'1.:respectfully request: that a License for Jas Stewart, his markStephen Stewart x his
F. House, St. Augustine. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.Atkins. Pine Level. eO the sale'of Malt and Spirituous Liquors be mark, C H" Sanders. Isaac .Shelden. Jno J
Collector of Ret'enue-Joel MARION COUNTY. granted to.F. C. LATHAM: he having com' Starratt, Mark Sweetwine x his mark WI>
State Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Vf. G. Coxwell., County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. plied with the law provided for the same:-' Streety, Jas Smith x his mark, W II Sneed

CLAY COUNTY.: Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. George Anderson, John Alburty x his 'Vm Swan x his mark Gt'o W Sp<,ncer,Jorr
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E.'T. Williams Ocala. [mark, Alexander Doncy, Adam Albert: his Ian Smith x his mark, Henry \V Smith x
Got'crnor-Edw'ard A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Revenue W. P. Trantham. mark, Richard Austin,James Annctt,James his mark. Thomas Smith x: his mark, Jai
r LieuteiKmt- GOteI7wrIiltoll II. Mabry, Clerk-G..N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. Avery his mark, Amos Atkins x his mark: Dye x his mark; Jno Stepny:, Thos Sims x
'LeesbuI" Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L Payne, Toby Alexander, ,Peter Allen x his mark. mark, Jacob :Stokes Isaac Shockley x his
Fort : Cubed his mark Merick Albert mark, Henry Stewart x his mark Antonio
State-John L. Crawford Tal- Springs. McCoy. Armstrong x -
of ,
Secretary ,
'x lahassee. Collector of Revenue W. Wilson, Green' MONROE COUNTY. ie x his mark, George Avery x his mark, i Santa, A Steil, Geo Skipper, G Stark IJich-
t D. Barnes Tallahassee. Superintendent of SCLOols-Geo.,W. Hall, James'Adkins x his mark. Andrew Albertx and Redman x: his mark Jesse Tunes x his
Conptroller-W. : County .Tudge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. mark Thomas his mark
I Joseph x ,Benjamin
Treasurer-E. S. Crill.AttorneyGeneralC. Mcllae. his mark, James Alhertie :x his mark,
Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Thomas, Lymos Thomas Abram
M. Tallhaas- COLUMBI.COUNTY.. George Bryant x his mark, Robt Butler x i Tremirnsx
Cooper, Sheriff George A. Demerritt Key West. his M J .
his mark, Isaac Bradburn, Peter Blue x his mark Taylor Richard Thomas
I Judge-W.. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector 'e1lue-Mason Moreno
County of Robert Tucker. Roman Tracy his
see.Commissioner Lands C. Mitchell.. V R Bristol, R D Belcher, John Baker x his x mark,
of Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key'Vest.., \ .' mark Dred Benton his mark,Willeni Blue Jeremiah Thomas x his mark, Jas Thomas
Sujtcrintendent of Public Instruction-A.. J. Sheriff C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent Schools. -J. V. Harris,Key Sr x his mark, April Bonepart x his mark, x his mark Wm Taylor x his mark Abram
Russell:; Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne,'Lake City. West. Cesar Baker x his mark, John Benjamin x Thomas, John L Taylor, C J Van Xostrand"
.hljutant-General.-Davi Lang. Superintendent of Sclwa13'v. A.' Sheffield,. NASSAU'COUNTY.County his mark, Abram Blake x his mar .Thomas Simon Valentine, Samuel Vickory x his

SUPREME COURT. i Lake City. Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Blake x his mark Jack Baker x liis mark, mark Anderson Smith John Sinllllons Jas
Chiff Justice-Geo. G. )1c'Vhorter. I DADE. dina. Fredrick Baker x his mark, II A Battler Williams,Thomas ilkinson,C J WestbeT!:'
Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. John Barrett, Joseph Bowls x his mark Doc Warren, Hogath ,Williams Muck wil.(
JlUSSCC. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Rodrick Baker x his mark, Joseph Baker x liams x his mark, Jas It Williams x his
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Wm. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer his mark, Charles Baker x his mark, Bristo mark Win Willson, Isaac White x his mark,
Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. Benjamin x his mark, Sam Brown x his Steph Washington, Chas Williams x his
Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer- mark, William Blue x his mark, William mark, Tony Wiley x his mark, Scipio Williams
- CIRCUIT JUDGES DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. Birt x his mark, Cornelius Bell, John Barr, x: his mark, Thos L Wilson, Benjamin
Leo Lomm,.Edward Baley his mark,Sam- Widewake x his mark. Lewis Watson x hi*
Schools John Owens
E. Maxwell Pen- Superintendent of ,
+ First 'ircuit-Augustus A. McLean Jack-
County Judge-William Evergreen. uel Brown x his mark, Henry Bell x his mark. Geo Williams, Jno Wells x his mark
t sacola. sonville. mark Jas Bell Newton Bradley his mark Jno Washington x his mark,Willis Waters;
Walker Tallahassee. County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan- ,
Second Circuit-David : Jacksonville.
Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Josiah L Williams Alfred H Waa<
dina. Jos Blake x his mark, Andrew Brown, Peter Dudley
Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. Brown. Henry Beard, Chas Brown, David Williams x his mark, A G Wilson Julius
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Smith Jack- ORANGE COUNTY.
Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Williams his mark.
r Jackson- Bronson x his: mark, L M Blaase. Peter Bo- x Toby Williams x his
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, sonville. County Judge-J.,L. Bryan, Orlando. naud, Paul Capalia x his mark, W J Crimmx mark, Simon Wilson x his mark.Sandy Williams -
ville. F. Gaines- Collector of Revenue-Closes J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. his mark Warren Comadore x his mark, x his mark. Thos Wilson x his mark
Fifth Circuit-Thomas King, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- Jno Crandell x his mark, Henry Comadore Henry Walker, Ebbin Walker, Edward Me-

ville.. Circuit-H.. L. :Mitchell, Superintendent of ScJiools William H.Babcock lando. x his mark, Wm Cox x his mark,Geo Clinch Rae x his mark,Daniel Williams x his mark.
Sixth Seventh' Circuit-E. K. Foster,, Sanford.Tampa. Jacksonville. / Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks x his mark, Saml Campbell x his mark, Isaac Wright x his mark, Jno White x his
ESCAMBIA.. Orlando. Robt Cnningtiam x his mark, Chatham mark, Abram Williams x his mark, Henry
Walter Tate. Suiveyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlan o... Clinch x his mark, Chas Camrell x his mark, Wells x his mark Wabby Washington x his. '
Ccurt Calendar County Clerk-F.Judge E. -de la Rua. Tl'easurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. Freeman Copeland x his mark, Ed Clark x mark, Lewis Williams: his mark, Jno Williams
+ FIRST CIRCUIT. Wilkins.TreasurerJ POLK. his mark Henry L Clark x his mark. Chas x his mark, Curtis Williams, x: his
Fall Term- Sficriff Joseph mark, Win Wright x his mark.Abram Wish-
R. Tpnnnrd. A. Fortner. Cooper x his mark, SumersaultCooper x his
Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm 's. Clerk County-S.Judge-J J. Pearce: mark, Wash Calhone x his mark, Wm Clarkx art B F Waas, Harry Woodruff Geo II West-
Walton 4th Monday in October. field, W H Williams x his mark Geo Williams
of ScJiools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. his mark, Wm Cooper x his mark, Jas
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Superintendent Treasurer F. F. Beville. Culpepper x his mark, Lewis Cooper x his x his mark. Steven Wright, July
in October. FRANKLIN Young x his mark, Obed Young x his mark:,
Collector Re/"enue-J. D. Tillis. mark, Samuel Cribb x his mark, J Douglas,
Washington 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin of Livy Young, Wm Young. Adam Young x
Countg Judge-Robert G.: Baker. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. George DeMott x his mark, Gil Dorsey x his
October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. mark, S L Denette, Lewis Davis x his mark, his.mark, Samuel Young x his mark. Lawrence -
Jackson, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff 8..A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. Romeo Denegall, May Denefield x his mark, Wilson,Philip Whitas Rufus Walker,
October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Prolate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka. Jas Drumond x his mark. Lewis Deas his Chas Wright Clias H Berg, Dan Ellis, Moses
k Escambia, 1st :Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. mark, M Downey, Allan Davis x his mark, Hunter Peter Johnson, Morris Jones x
This amended section :2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. W L Culpepper, Henry Clay, Wm Dankins, his mark, Richard Jackson x his mark, Berry -
10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue Joseph Price. Jno Ellison :x his mark E Reynolds Julius Kennedy, James T O'Neal, Wilson Rob .
jc Spring Term. GADSDEN. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, Evans, Latirnore Edwards, Jno Elbert x his inson, Ganer Spicer x his mark. Heenan :
THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Palatka. mark, Van Ellison x his mark. G H Elven, Swearingen William Thomas x his mark. ;
1" Spring Term Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. M Ferreira, Boston Floyd x his mark, Jno Benjamin Talbot x his mark, Fletcher
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. Finley, Butler Francis Jr, Butler Francisx Thomas x his mark Rubin Thomas x his .,
:r April.Madison. Treasurer-A.. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew. Perry. his mark Freeman Ferrow x his mark, mark, Samuel Wight, F C Latham, Frank I*
2d Monday in April. Collector of Retenue-R.I. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. Paul Funke Jno Felder, Robt Fitzgerald, F Batis, Henry H Baker, R W Colwell, S A
Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. C Ferreira, Peter V Frank, Carl Frank, Geo Mode, Charles E Purdy, Edward Robinson,
:, Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry.Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner Fogarty x his mark, Benj Fuller x his mark, Julius Klotz, Geo F Lewis.
in April. Jno Freeman x his mark. Henry Franklin
Columbia 3d Monday after 4th :Mondayin County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. County Trea.mrer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
x'his mark, Carey E Freeman David Free-
We, the undersigned hereby certify that
Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper.SlteriffSampso'n County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. ,
April. his mark Lemon Foster Robert Fitz-
man x ,
the whose names in the foregoing -
Lafayette 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Retenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. persons appear
Collector Revenue-John H. Lee. gerald, Emil 0 Friend, Frank Foster. Ste- petition signed the! same, or attached
w in April. of Schools J. N. Reid SANTA ROSA. ven Finley, W E Gray, Jno Gardener, Isrial their marks thereto'in our presence, and
Fall Term- Superintendent of County Judge-John Chain. Grant x his mark, Benj Germain x his mark, that neither fraud, bribery nor deceptionwas
October.r 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Jasper. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. Joseph Gibbs x his mark, W J Godfrey, used in procuring said signatures or
p HERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. Adam Gibbs x his mark, Oswall Germain x marks.
Madison, 2d Monday in October. County .fudge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rf.1.enue'v.: J. Williams. his mark, Council Greefield x his mark, GEORGE JOHNSON,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. Fred Gibson x his mark Chas Grant x his JULIUS KLOTZ.
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday SJieriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. mark, Albert Glaiber, R 'V II Godfrey, Thos THOMAS WILKERSON,
in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto. Gunn, W J Hanley, Henry Harker :x his PORT W. KING.
r Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of To.xes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge),[. R. Cooper St. Augus- mark, Daniel Harris x his mark, Geo Hill x
. October. xille. tine. his mark, Win L Harding, Allan Harker x
Lafayette, 6th. Tuesday after 4th :Mondayin Superintendent of ScJiools-W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. his mark, JefF Haines x his mark, Joseph STATE OF FLORIDA: )
October. Floral City. : Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Higgins, Wm II Hannahan, Henry Harley, COUNTY OF NASSAU: jOn
FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, C H Huot, Thos Holzendorf x his mark this day personally appeared before me
Spring Term UILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine. Robt Hanley, Willis Hall x his mark, F E F. C. LATHAM to me well known, who,
St. John's, 2d Tuesday March.. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, Hernandez, Henry Hobein, Moses J Hooperx being duly sworn, deposeth and says that
Clay, 4th Tuesday in )Iarch. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. his mark. Jerry Hawley. Henry Holzen each and every name or mark affixed to the
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. dorf Jr, Frank Holzendorf: Shade Hays x above petition was the act and deed of the
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue W. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, his mark, Henry Holzendorf Thos Heidt, party purporting to have signed the same.
w Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. Alfred Hampton x his mark, Henry Hooper and that said signatures were signed in the
Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. A., H. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway Sumterville. x his mark, Green Hendon x his mark, Jack presence of at least, two credible witnesses,
County Judge-
Fall Ternr .- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. ,. Collector of Revenue-I. Withers, Lees- Harris x his mark, Cyrus Howard x his and that there was no fraud, bribery nor deception -
'': St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis. burg.Superintendent. mark. M E Hunt, R W C Hummens. John used in procuring said signatures or
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of /Schools-G. F. Venable, Hernandez. Marshall Irons, Robert Irvine, marks of said persons whose names appear
y Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Sumterville. Jno Jackson x his mark, Lonzo Jones, Danl signed to the above petition.F. .
Collector Revenue William Tucker.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. of SUWANEE COUNTY. Johnson, Henry Johnson, C E James x his a LATHAM.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of ScJiools-Whitnell Curry. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. mark, Paris Johnson, J F Jones x his mark, Subscribed and sworn to before me this
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. JV Jones, David Joseph, Edgar Johnson x 18th day of September 188;.
> FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. his mark, Lewis Jenkins x his mark, Solo- CHAS. H. BERG,
Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of RC'l.'enue'Vilson H. Sessions, mon Jackson, Wm Jones x his mark Allan Notary Public.
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak. Johnson x his mark, Edward Johnson, Simon -

Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Hearn. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, Johnson, Joseph James x his mark .-.'.. '"
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Welborn. Robert Jones x his mark, Jacob Johnson x ;1):1-.H
4 1\Iarch. Superintendent of ScJiools Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY. Lemon Jones x his mark, :Edward Johnson, --"c.....c & ::: P,
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Stephen Johnson x his mark, Harry Joseph, ....oo-Xg:.
March. JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- Marshall Jenkins, II C Johnson, Lewis" Jo- 0":0., ., :
Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. seph, Edward Jackson, F R Kru:!e, John =B 0'
in April. Sheriff-D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-II. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. King x his mark. Dan King x his mark, "
t Clerk-W. C. Bird Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. his mark Plato his ; g.g t-i
Fall Term- Duglass King x King x ,...., 0
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.. Sumter 1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Rerenue-T.b'.Drudy: ,Emporia. mark, C J Kimball.Jacob Klarer, Sable Ky- UJ .
1 Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New ser x his mark, P W King, William Knabb, .:)
Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. County 7rea.mrer-'V. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. Lawrence Lang, Charles Lucas, James L !10.1-3. : "
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. I WAKULLA COUNTY. Long, S B Leggett, Sam Lizzemore x his 5 g:: ; :
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Rez.'e1ltte-J. H. Tucker, Mon- : County Judge-R. S. Smith. mark Archy Love x his mark, Thomas C) :: rCCH. 0
in November. ticello. Sheriff Charles Alligood,Crawfordville. Lang x his mark, W W Lancaster, C H Lee rJ):: UJ (:=) ;:) ,"""
SEVENTH CIRCUIT LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. J S Lee, James Love Srr Eaphrom Latham x .-.*a..... -:...:.<< !..3.... .;:...

Spring Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y.. Watts, his mark, James Lang Jr, J W Latham, G A 2.53 2 5 v 2.PB-7:$:
Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff G. 8. Weathersby. Crawfordville. Latham. James Lawson, Samuel Lee, Isaac 3: 0 ffe-C
,d Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. I County Treasurer"W. W. Walker, Craw- Lews, Henry S Lawrence, Sam Love William '.O, p w ... 1-3
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew fordville. Lizzemore x his mark, Joseph Long-, -<; 0 -::: :::::::. .o
1 Dade, 3d Monday. in April. Troy. I Collector of Rez.'enue-J. J. Pearce, Craw-. wood x his mark, James Lebuf, W J Loh- co"2:"m1 P ...a; 1-3
Jail Term- County Treasurer- A. L. Morgan, New I fordville. man, C H Leggett. T J McLenon, J Fred a &-O'Z n S'3:5::: % i*-<>
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. I WALTON. Lohman, Wm Lake, J Mooney, David '3 0 S HP
fi Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. : Munroe x his mark, John McDermott, J H < 11 Brevard.4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Muck, :Minos McClarey x his mark, Thomas o r
2d Monday in November. Sheriff--John C. McSween. Miller x his mark Chas G Mann, A R Ma- _CoO =o b efg -
4 LEON COUNTY. Treasurer-James E. Bowers. neucy,Frank A Marshall, James J Morris .A. O0OIQM1n '
? County Officers. County Judge-E."M. West, Tallahassee. Collector of Rctenue'V. B. McLeod. Jordan Morris x his mark, Stephen Mc- .: 8 -3:: P .
; Sheriff-John A. Pearce Tallahassee. Superintendent Schools-C. C. Gunn. Cann, Edd Mosley x his mark, Jacob Millerx sgss
ALACHUA. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. of his mark, Isaac McCall x his mark,.Peter y .:..u-..... _.<..............:...
r County Judge-Joinius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. ; McCall x his mark, James McDuffy x his .O <....:::: 0.< .... Q
ville. Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. mark, 0 B Murrey, Chas Muller, George L B:: ='=; e o_::
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D. D. Melvin. Martin, Henry Martin, July Mitchell x his _::. "2*** 5:*: o ..
Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff-S. W. Davis. mark, S Mitchell x his mark, Aaron McCallx ? .3.:.:. '>t din .PfiS
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. 7rea.mrer-Thomas J. Miller. his mark, Thomas Mitchell, J T Manoe, E :5:: ...: |
:t ville. LEVY COUNTY. Collector 0/Revenue-John Roche. A.O Mondee D W McLelland, W B McLel- 0_? | '
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Barco. Bronson. Superintendent of Schools Henry Bush. land, David' Moody x 'his mark, Jacob Miller o S Q S 2 3-p Cog:
Gainesville. his mark Robert :Miller Frank McDonald
Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. x ::! .t..j ::!. p,
BAKER COUNTY. Collector of RetenueW. H. Anderson Notice for Final Discharge. Charles McRory x his mark, Wil- '"1.... t:1g
County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. liam More, Augustus D Myers, Ben Mitchell, gg-gtj
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. Superintendent Schools MONTHS: AFTER THE FIRST William More, Anthoney More x his mark, :-l 0 ...
of -Jas. P. DePass 5. -
Sheriff J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. publication of this notice I will presentto J T Mitchell, Merrett Morrison, Henry Mc- :...-. z::.::::03......m.w W
t Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- LIBERTY. the Hon. H. J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor Donald,Steaphan :Morris x his mark,Renald
derson. Nassau county, my final accounts and McDonald, J H Newton, Jas Nelson x his P. (;) .... i
Superintendent of Schools-Win. Lessene, Clerk County A.Judge J. -R, F. Hosford. vouchers as executor of the estate' of mark, Lewis Napolean x his mark, Chas A o-:=: 5"7-Z CoOPt.j U1
Sanderson. Wooldridge. WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for a Newman Geo Normand x his mark,Richard
I BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriff-D. G. Harrell. final discharge.JOHN Nelson, Dan Mitchel, Warren :Mason Denis
F Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. A. ELLERMANN Nickols 0 S Oakes W H OF PRINTING EXE-
Pope, Isaac Pino x KINDS JOB
t County Judge-J. R. Richard Lake Butler.
CoUectpr of RetenL. G. Wilder., Executor. bis mark Andrew Perry x his mark, Geo ALL in the highest style of the art, at
Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of School*- .T.J. Gregory., Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. 6m Perry, W J H Polhemus, Jno Peoples, Eman- the MIRROR Steam Printing House.


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Notice or Insolvency. An" Ordinance I RAILROADS. ,FLORAL; .CITY ROUTE. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville -

and Nashville Railroad for New-
Ordinance the
COUNTY COURT, Nassau County, Amending an granting CENTRAL & WESTERN
DIVISION. Orleans and Texas points and the West and
IN Florida Whereas Fred W. Hoyt. ad- of to the Florida Improvement CARV'
: right way TIME OF THE (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Northwest. At Savannah with Central
ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson, 20 1885.* Railroad of
Co., approved May Georgia for all points West and
.deceased, late of the county aforesaid, hav- FLORIDA RAILWAY & 5AYIGATIOX COIPASY. WESTWARD.No.. 1. No. 3. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
ing filed in the office of the County Judge for all North
IT Day Pass. Night Pass. way points steamships
of said county, a written suggestion of the notice of Council that an error was of made In Effect August 19, 1885 Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 a m 3.55 p m for New York, Boston and Baltimore. At
for the
is by the petitioner asking right way ,
insolvency of said estate, notice hereby and the Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m Charleston with steamships for New York
,given to all persons having claims or de- to the above named Company peti- TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Leave Baldwin. Philadelphia and Baltimore
tioner that the Fernandina & ..:;........ 8.16am 4.43pm
mands of any nature whatever against said Amelia representing Beach Railway Company are the (FERNANDINA ,ior:CEDAB.KEY.) 'Lake City........... 9.47 a m 6.40 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Raii.
estate, to file the same, duly authenticated Meridian LiveOak............10.31am 7.43 and Steamship connections, and Baggage-
office of the County Judge of said party to whom the right of way should be (Central, or Ninetieth Time.) pm
the "
in therefore Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.15 p m Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths-
before the 13th day of Octo- given; GOING SOUTH.
county, on or and sections
Councilof Monticello ........12.40 m secured at Company's office in
It is hereby ordained by the City p
ber, A. D. 1885, at which time there entitled will bea the City of Fernandina that the ,above Day Pas Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee....... 2.27 p m Astor's Building 84 Bay street and at De-
pro rata payment to named ordinance be amended by substitut- A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee....... 2.32pm 12.00 n't pot Ticket Office and on board People's
thereto, and the Administrator discharged. Leave Fernandina.................10.15 Line Steamers
ing the Fernandina&; Amelia Beach 5.30 Quincy .:............ 3.34pm 1_99_ am H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE;
Witness my hand and seal as County Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.40 6.00 and JENNIE LANE.
for the words "Florida Arrive Chatta. River..... '4.50 p m '
Judge of said county, this 10th day of Railway Company wherever said Arrive Callahan.....................11.27 6.50 JAS. L. TAYLOR.

April, A. D. 1865. Improvement Company, Leave Callahan....................11.35 7.10 EASTWARD.No. General Passenger Agent.
words in said ordinance. No. 4.
H. J. BAKER, appear
County Judge. Passed September 9, 1885. Leave Dutton.............. ... ....12.05 7.50 Day Pass. Night Pass.LeaveChatt'chee ,

Fernandina, April 11,1885. Gino JAMES McGIFFIN, Leave Brandy Branch...........12.21, 8.08 River.10.45 a m Florida Southern Railway Co.
President tem. Quincy............. 2.07am
the final distribution in the pro Arrive Baldwin....................12.40 8.30 12.20pm
The time of Attest Arrive Tallahassee.......
has been : Leave Baldwin.....................12.47 9.00 1.27pm 3.36pm ORANGE "
above-mentioned estate postponedto GEO. E. WOLFF City Clerk. Leave Tallahassee ...... 1.34 3.48 BELT ROUTE.
Leave Maxville......,............. 1.10 9.25 p m p m .
November 3,1885. Monticello..........
Approved : Leave Highland.................... 1.30 9.47 2.30pm
W. H. POPE. :Mayor. Madison ............ GOING SOUTH.
4.15pm 6.36pm
Judge. Leave Lawtey.....................- 1.45 10.03 Mail.
td County Live Oak..._...... 5.39 8.33 Gaineev'leLeave
Leave Temple's..................... 2.03 10.22 p m a m Jacksonville
Lake .......... 6.33 9.47 Expresf.
In the Circuit Court, Leave Starke......................... 2.26 10.30 City. pm a m via J.T.&K.W. ........
Notice. Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01pm 11.26am R'y.12.48 pm.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU Leave Thurston..................- 2.41 10.46 Leave Baldwin............' 8.08pm 11.31am Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00 a m
APPLICATION HAS been Arrive Waldo....................... 3.02 11.10
WHEREAS COUNTY FLORIDA. Arrive Jacksonville...... 12.16pm Leave J, T & K W J'n-.2.50 p m .........
the County Court in and for Leave Waldo.............:.......... 3.15 ...... Arrive Interlachen_.... 3.36 7.25
a m
the County of Nassau Florida by T. A. Leave Gainesville.................. 4.00 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will Wait's Crossing 4.15 pIll m 8.30

Acosta. Administrator of the estate of JaneY. CATHARINE ANN BYRD }| In Chancery. Leave Arredondo.............:..... 4.23 ...... not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Gruelle ........... 4.40 p p m 9.20 a a m m

Acosta, for an order to sell for paymentsof JACOB DANIEL V8. BYRD.I'1' J Order-Divorce. Leave Palmer......... ..;............ 4.36 ...... will run Mondays.ST. Gainesville...... 5.35 p m 11.05 a ruu .

debts, the following real estate, belongingto APPEARING, FROM THE AFFIDAvit Leave Archer..:..................... 4.56 ...... MARK'S BRANCH. Micanopy...... ......... 4.30 p m

said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, that is, of Catharine Ann Byrd the complainant Leave Bronson............-.......... 5.29 ...... Leave Tallahassae..................... ... 8.00arc. Lochbie ......... 5.15 p m 10.12 a m

Lots seven ((7)), nine ((9)) and ten ((10)) in in above suit that the defendant Leave Otter Creek................. 6.13 ...... Arrive Wakulla-........................... 9.05 a In Reddick......... 5.27 p m 10.25 a m

Block No. four ((4)) ; also Lots seven ((7)), nine Jacob Daniel Byrd, is absent from said Leave Rosewood ................... 6.53 ...... Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am Ocala............. 6.05 p m 11.05 a m

(9)), and \ of ten ((10)) in Block No. nine ((9)), County and that his place of residence in Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.25 ...... Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a. m Welshton ...... 6.31 p m 11.32 a m

the Citv* of Fernandina County of Nassau, said State is unknown tu her, and that she GOING NORTH. Arrive Wakulla............................10.25am N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p m 11.57 a m

Florid, (Old Town). with the improvements has failed to discover the same after diligent Day Pas. Nt Pas. i Arrive Tallahassee.........................11.30 a m S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 p m 12.03 p m
; and Theodore Rousseau, Julius D. Conant........... 7.10pm 12.13pm
inquiry : A.M. ......
Eustis J. Acosta Lilian Marton "
Rousseau of Charles, Marton Kate,Acosta Alberti Now, therefore, it is ordered that the said Leave Cedar Key................... 7.30 ...... CONNECTIONS.At Lady Lake..... 7.13 p m 12.17 p m

Acosta wife Isadore Acosta,,Odena AcostaCharles, defendant, Jacob Daniel Byrd, appear and Leave Rosewood.................... 8.05 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Leesburg....... 7.35 p m 12.40 p m

Acosta, Francis Acosta Julia A. Acosta, answer or demur to complainant's said bill Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... all points North and East; with the Fernan- GOING NORTH.

heirs of said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, are of complaint, filed in said Court, in the Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.15 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- Leave.Leesburg......... 7.30 a m 1.40 p m

cited and notified to show cause on or before county of Nassau, on or before the first Leave Archer....................... 9.46 ...... dina ; and with Steamers for all points on Arrive Lady Lake...... 7.52 a m 2.02 p m

the 10th day of September 1885, why said :Monday in October being the fifth day of Leave Talmer.......................10.03 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc. .. Conant............ 7.55am 2.06pm

order should not be granted, if any they said month A. D. 1885. And this order is Leave Arredondo...................10.18 ....., At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15 p m. {a

.can. H. J., BAKER, to be published in.the Florida, Mirror, a .' Leave Gainesville..10.44 ...... insular Division for Gainesville Ocala Fer- N. LakeWeir., 8.10 a m 2.22 p m {

published in the city of Fernan- ..... .. ............ .... i
County Judge, N. C. newspaper Arrive Waldo.. 11.28 nandina..Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. Welshton......- 8.34 a m 2.48 p m
T. A. ACOSTA, dina county of Nassau and State of Flori- A. ){. At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida h Ocala..............9.00am 3.17pm

Administ'r of the Estate of Jane Y. da, for four consecutive weeks. Leave Waldo........................11.53 2.30P. &Western Railroad.At Reddick........... 9.38 a m 3.57 p m
Acosta dec. Witness, the Hon. James :M. Baker, Judgeof H. Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch Lochbie........... 9.50 a m 4.09 p m :

Fernandina.'Fla., August 14, 1885. 4w' said Court, and the seal thereof this Leave Thurston...................12.15 2.55 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- Micanopy....... ......... 7.50pm.
the 3rd day of September, A. D. 1885, Leave Starke.............:...-........12.48 3.18 urdays.. Gruelle ..........10.20 a m 4.40 p m {

by J. A. EDWARDS, Leave Temple's ..........:........12.53 3.23 At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15 p ni
Notice of Final Proof. Clerk Circuit Court, N. C. Leave Lawtey..................... 1.09 3.46 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- U "?Cross'g..ll.50 a m 5.40p m

LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA., 1 Leave Highland..................... 1.30 4.08 sacola, Mobile, :Montgomery New Orleans, Interlachen ...11.30 a m 6.42 p m

September, 1885. J In the Circuit Court, Leave Maxville..................... 1.47 4.35 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, JT&KWJ'n.1215pm .........

is hereby given that the follow- NASSAU Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.06 5.05 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa- Palatka..........13.30 p m 8.00 p In
NOTICE settler has filed notice of his I FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Leave Baldwin...................... 2.10 5.40 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. Jacksonville, v.JT&KWRy.

intention to make final proof in support of COUNTY, FLORIDA. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.27 6.00 The Shortest'Quickest; and Best Route to 2.10 pm.........

his claim and that said proof will be made ALONZO B. NOTES Leave Dutton......................... 2.42 6.15 all points West. On Sundays a fast passenger train will be +

before J. A. Edwarks, Clerk, at Fernandina, Arrive Callahan..................... 3.10 6.50 For information respecting routes, rates, I, run, leaving Palatka at.7.30 a. m.. connecting -

Florida, on Wednesday: Nov. 11, 1885 viz: ELLEN E. S. WADLEIGH vs. ,and} In Chancery. Leave Callahan..................... 3.15 7.10 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- with train for Leesburg at Gruelle.
KLIHU HODGES Milliard Fla., Homestead JOHN H. WADLEIGH. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.05 8.06 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connect-

No. 8052, for the S i of NW i and Nof i Arrive Fernandina_............... 4.30 8.36 sonville. ing with train from Leesburg at Gruelle,
SW J of Section 28, T. 3 N, R 24 E. A BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN ; 1* Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths and arriving at Palatka at 6.30 p. m.

He names the following witnesses to prove the above entitled cause, and process Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, 0. W. BROMWELL, t
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva- regularly issued therein, and it appearingthat and at new office southwest corner of Bay General Pass.Agent.

tion of, said land, viz: the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleighand and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. SHERMAN CONANT,

William Wingate, of Callahan, Fla.; John H. Wadleigh reside beyond the DIVISION. A. O. MAcDONELL, General Manager.

Joseph Mclntosh, of Callahan, Fla.; limits of the State of Florida, to wit, in one (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent.Fernandina ,

Henry Davis, of Hilliard, Fla.; of the United States.It Fla.
Hilliard Fla.L. is therefore ordered that the defendants, GOING SOUTH.
Geo. W. Hodges, of C. W. MAXWELL
,Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and the said John H. hDay Pas. Nt Pas. Master of IJ!
A. BARNES, Register Transportation,
P.M. P.M.
do said
Wadleigh, in the Circuit
United States Land Office. appear Jacksonville, Fla.
Leave 'V' 3.12 11.25 II 1
Court and demur plead or answer the said
bill on or before the first Monday in December Leave Dixie........................... 3.31 11.50 D. E. MAXWELL, TIlE FLORIDA
General Superintendent,
Administrator's Sale. next, A. D. 1885 otherwise the statements A.M.
....... ..... 3.47 12.10 Fernandina
HEIRS OF DOMINGO ACOSTA averments and charges in said bill Leave Hawthorne......
THE, deceased and all interested,, contained will be taken as confessed and a Leave Lochloosa................... 4.06 12.30 T'Fcruaudina'OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY

will take notice that on persons the 15th day of decree pro confesso entered therein in con- Leave Citra............................ 4.29 11.52 Savannah,Florida &Western R'y.

..... .... .... 4.44 1.07
September, 1885 or as soon thereafter as thee formity to the rules regulating such causes. Leave Sparr's .... .. .

.a> can be heard, I, T. A.Acosta adminis- July 8th, 1885. Leave Anthony Place............ 4.59 1.22 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. ,

trator of said estate of Domingo Acosta deceased JOHN A. EDWARDS, Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.32 .
will apply to the Judge of the Circuit Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. Leave Ocala............................ 5.56 2.10 All trains of this road are run by Central Towns on R. R. Line

Court for the Fourth Judicial Circuit, Fernandina, Fla., July 11, 1885. 3m Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.36 2.55 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes

jit chambers sitting, fora decree authorizingthe Leave Oxford........................ 6.52 3.15 slower than Jacksonville time.ON And Cedar Key.

sale by me, as administrator of the following In the Circuit Court Leave Wildwood................... 7.08 3.35
described lands and real estate sit- Leave Leesburg...................... 7.38 4.12 and after Sunday, May 3d; 1885,

uated in the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAU Arrive Tavares...................... 8.10 4.50 Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas .

belonging to said estate known as the COUNTY, FLORIDA. GOING NORTH. follows: Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

claim of Domingo Acosta on the official surveys ELVIRA C HORSEY, EMILY 1A. A.M. P.M. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.

situated in Townships 10 and 11, South NOYES, E. P. NOYES, Leave Tavares........................ 7.15 8.20 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m number of the most eligible and desirable

of Range 27 East, beginning: at a water-oak and CHARLES NOTES, | Leave Leesburg...........m........ 7.44 9.02 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00: p m

on the right bank of Dunn's Creek, markedX vs. ) In Chancery. Leave'Vildwood..... .............. 8.12 9.55 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or'for

(A), the southwest corner of the survey; ELLEN S. WADLEIGH, JOHN I Leave Oxford..........;.............. 8.23 10.12 I Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m
thence north 5 east along the west line of H.'V ADLEIGII,and ALONZO I Leave Lake Weir Station........ S.38 10.33 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m City or Suburban Residences,

this survey 12.38 chains to a post at the intersection B. NOYES. ) Leave Ocala........................... 9.19 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m
with the line between Townships Leave Silver Spring............... 9.32 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50: p m
10 and 11, South, of Range 27, East 12.32 A the above entitled and A. M. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m
chains cast of the northwest and southwest: cause, process Leave Anthony Place.10.08 12.20 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m

corners of said Townships, whence which regularly issued therein and it appearingthat Leave Sparr's.......................10.20 12.35 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
two of the said defendants
. post, a pine, bears south 00. west 39! links, to wit, Leave Citra.10.33 12.52 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-

and a pine bears north 63, west 18 links. Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and John II. 'Yad- Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.50 1.13 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- I
reside the limits of the State
51.50 chains to a swamp 71.50 to marsh of leigh beyond Leave Hawthorne.11.10 1.33 cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas, all trans-

St. John's river 75 chains to a post on the of States.It Florida. to wit., in one of the United Leave Dixie.........................11.25 1.51 Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- rial enterprises, who will erect on the property -

bank of the St. John's river the northwest Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.47 2.18 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia
is therefore ordered that the said defen-
corner of this thence south SojO east B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 m. purchased substantial improvementsfor
survey; dants, the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and i'Day Passenger daily except Sunday; p.
along the north line of this survey 7.50 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
chains John II. Wadlcigh, do appear in the said Night Passenger daily.F. residence in which to conduct their
chains cross marsh to swamp 17 to train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile or
Circuit Court and demur
plead or answer
second hammock, 52.50 across hammock, and New Orleans.
the said bill on or before tho first Monday & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. business.
30.40( chains a post at the intersection of line Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
in December next A. D. 1885 otherwise the
between Sections 31 and 32, 23.50 chains (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) ville to Cincinnati via Jesup.
statements averments and in said
south of the corner to Sections 29<< 30, 31 and I charges GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping! Cars Jackson- INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
bill contained will be taken confessed
32; from said post a pine bears north 70 as A.M. P.M. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST l

west 10 links and a black jack bears north and'a decree pro confesso entered therein in Leave Fernandina........;........ 7.00 3.35 by exemption for a term of years from 1

<>5 east 46 links distant 90 chains to cypress I conformity to the rules regulating such Leave Hart's Road................. 7.26 4.05 MAIL.

a swamp, 90.72 chains the point of intersectionwith I causes. Arrive Jacksonville......:...-:. 8.25 5.08 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m taxation, offered by the several cities and
the west line of the claim of Clark & I July 8th, 1835. GOING NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m

Atkinson, 8.79 chains south 5 west from JOHN A. EDWARDS L A. }I. P. )[. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 'm towns. Apply to

the northwest corner thereof 120 chains, Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Co., Fla. Leave Jacksonville........'.. 9.35 5.50, Leave Thomasville!: at................... 2:10 p m CHAS. W. LEWIS,

across swamp 200 chains to a post, the north Fernandina, Fla., July 11, 1885. 3m Leave Hart's Road................10.40 6.38 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m. Fernandina..

cast corner of this survey at the edge of the A REGULATION Arrive Fernandina..............11.08 7.02 Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Office cor. Beach &7th sts.
swamp; thence south 5 west, along theeastern JZ33- Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 6:38 p m
line of this suruey 69 chains, out of FORBIDDING THE CULTIVATION OF Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m

swamp 100.50 chains to" hammock, 111.50 LANDS OR LOTS WITHIN TIlE LIJI- SUNDAY EXCURSION. 4.30 Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:53 a m
Leave Fernandina6.50 m.
a. in.
chains across the hammock to swamp, 125 ITS'OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA. 5.50 p Arrive at Washington,D.C., daSly..ll:45 p m
chains 29 links to post on the north bank ofDllmn'S Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. m. p. m. Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00: a m
IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARDof Leave Jacksonville..900 6.30
a. m.
creek and the southeast corner of BE p.m. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars
Health for the of Nassau Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 7.50 m.' '
County a. m.
this sun'c.from. which a maple tree markedX H Savannah to New York without change. .CURTIS & CO. ,
Florida, That no person or persons shall be .. ,
A bears north 38 23 links distant
( ) west ; -- -- ----' ------ .
'EAST FLOKllJ..t.r
permitted or allowed to plant, turn. up or CONNECTIONS.AT .
thence meanders of
down with the
stream disturb the soil or surface of any lot or lands Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:20 p m REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
the and bank creek'as
north of
follows right, north 51 west 12 Dunn's chains thence within the corporate limits of the City of FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:55 a m ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA

north 83 : west' 40 chains thence Fernandina, for any purpose or to plant or With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave at Callahan daily at..:.......... 8:35 p m

north G2degrees west 15 chains, thence cultivate any such lot or lands after the first ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Gainesville! daily at............. 6.00 p m Loans procured,Mortgages negotiate dex-
north 30 west degrees 14 chains, north 49 west 14 of May and'before the tenth day of November for New York on Thursday. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.55 p m changes effected.

chains thence north 18 west 12 chains of any year; and any person or persons With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at DuPont daily at...........;11:00 pm Mill S ites, Town Lots from '25 feet to 4

thence;south 08 west 23 chains 75 links the, violating this regulation shall be dealt with i nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55 p m acres Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
according to law: Provided, That this regu- Arrive at'Jesup daily' at...............12:55 a m acres, for sale.N.B."St..
southwest of the claim of Clark &; .
corner lation is not to be construed as forbiddingthe I CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Thoraasville 7:15 a m Mary's having been selectedas
Atkinson, thence north .590 west 16 chains and from Savannah and Charleston
cultivation 'of flowers or planting grass I Arrive at Albany daily at10:30 a m the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal
south 81 west 25 chains; thencenorth 72 on premises occupied by the owner. and all points North'and West, daily. Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m (under the survey made for Govern-

thence west 37 chains;thence north 69) 8 chains, Approved July 2.9, 1885. AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Macon daily' at............... 8:50 a m ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
north 54 west 10 chains 21 links to and from Palatka daily .............12:30 m
H. E. DOTTERER, To except Sunday. Arrive at Atlanta daily at p construction of,which having been grantedby
and a post at the southwest corner of this survey President pro tetn. AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a m the United States Government and the

this place of beginning; containing Said lands, by H. J. BAKER Secretary. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
survey, 1952.68 acres. daily..........10:30 a m of lands
Circuit of ,Tampa daily except unday. Arrive at Washington increase in the value adjacent may
beyond the Fourth Judicial
Florida, within which letters of adminis- JAMES McGIFFIN, AT CEDAR KET, FLA., Arrive at New York daily at:........ 5:30 p m be confidently looked for.'f (See New York

tration were granted and within the limitsof With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Bntret'and Sleeping Cars via un,27-3-83.);

the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida CONTRACTOR AND BUIL'DER.Alachua West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross. and :Pullman 'Palace Sleeping

Also Lots nine (9)) and eleven ((11)) in Block Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Cars via Jesup,:.Jacksonville. to Cincinnati. GEO. W. SCHUYLER,

Xo. three (3)), Old Town, Fernandina, Fla. Street, between Second and.Third, Havana every Friday: from 'New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
Sale to pay debts. every Saturday.With Atlantic and East 'TennesSee, Virginia and ATTORSEY-AT-LAW.: :
T. A. ACOSTA, FERNANDINA, FLA. Tampa Steamship J'ompany's Steamers Georgia:Railroads. for all points! West and
Administrator of the Estate of for and from Key West Monday and Northwest Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's ,
Domingo Acosta dec. Orders and estimates from a distance care- Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Mon- Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson
Fernandina, Fla., August 14, 1885. 30d fully attended to. 25-tf day and Friday. ville to Louisville via Thomasville. FLA.


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.The East Georgia.& Florida Railroad -' Mr. Blaine'of Blaine Brothers, Ellaville Situation Wanted.
Company. who have the'contract for building the,box' Good bookkeeper intending to settle in

In'another'colnniri will Se'found the no- and flat cars for'the,'FJo> 'Railway & Nav- Florida, aged 2S, wants employment. Will

11.00 A rEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS tice of of'the East Georgia &; in.the do anything. Excellent testimonials. Ad
I incorporation igation Company, was city yesterday. dress "Englishman." Mirror office Fernan

Florida Railroad Company. This is the company dina, Fla. Two Millions
Reflections. Public :
-- which will build from Hart's Road to Our Schools.

George R. Hubby has gone to New York Jesup, Ga. Mr. Bushnell, chief engineer of The public ho ig"for Nassau county will Building Material. of
October Teachers acres of Farming, Orange.
the San Antonio.Refreshing the Florida Railway&Navigation Company, open on Monday; 5th. .
1 by, Brick, Lime, Portland and Rosendale Ce-
d showers have cooled the atmosphere has surveyed the line as far as the St. Mary's holding certificates will ,not be required to ment, Plaster Shingles, Nails; Sash, Doors Timber and Grazing Lands

1 considerably for the past two days. river, and has, located the'crossing for. the' ,undergo an examination, bnt can have their and Blinds, at situated in 29 counties, and.

The City Council destroyed some $2,500 bridge. Mr..Morse', j general manager of this certificates renewed by applying to the Superintendent -' FRED W. HOYT & Co's. comprising the lands bought

the meeting Wednesday in the this He :\Ir.J.. Owens, at Evergreen.,
at week. ,
enterprise city
.of cancelled city scrip was Great bargains in Parasols, Mitts, Lace Sir Edward Reed
by J. from
evening. expects that work on the road will, be commenced Applicants for schools without certificateswill Goods, etc., at *' ,

f, The first shipment of Florida cotton-350 in'about two weeks. be examined at school-room No. 1, in PAUL FUXKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. the State of Florida in 1881,

; bales-was made via the Mallory steamshipSan Fernandina; on 'Vedne.sday,30th instant, or are now offered at graded

w Antonio this week. Some Snakes.A at Evergreen, on Saturdays during the present Ladies' Linen Dusters,
I From 75 cents at prices. These lands were se-
month. up
General Freight Agent F. B. Papyof the five-foot rattlesnake was killed by Master MODE BRO'S.

Florida Railway & Navigation Company, i is Francis Ferreira; oh Saturday last, while Masonic. lected by'' Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

wp, home again from the North. out gunning near,the,machine shops. The regular communication of Amelia Valuable Orange Lands for Sale ley, late Commissioner of the

Conductor T. Jeff.: Epps hay gone to Hen- Another of these dangerous reptiles was Lodge, No. 47, of Free and Accepted Masons Tracts containing twenty acres each of State Land Office, and Mr.

dersonville, N. C., to join his family and the killed on the farm of Mr.C. Wickliffe Yulee' will be held at the lodge-room on Monday choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake M. A. Williams, late for
fi colony-of Fernandina people. about one mile from'the city, by Wm. Hamilton evening next at 7:30, sharp, standard time. suitable for orange growing and truck farm-
: sale of State lands
? Mr. R. W. SouthWick, agent of the Mallory Hamilton was working in the field, All brethren in .good standing are requested ing, are now offered for sale.: These landsare which fact

c J Line, returned from his vacation at the when a fine pointer dog, belonging to Mr. to attend. very conveniently situated for transportation is a guaranty of their high

North on the San Antonio this week. Yulee,' which was playing the neighborhood Nassau Chapter, No. ,23, of Royal Arch ,.by water or rail, and'Will be sold on quality. The purchase knownas

gave a yelp of pain. Upon investigation 'Masons meets at the .lodge-room oh Thurs-, terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-
from the Reed
Rev.E. G. Chandler having returned Purchase was
it was found that the dog had been bitten I. day evening nextrat 7:30, standard time., tionable. Also valuable timber lands in': only
liis trip to Virginia, the usual Sunday ser for sale this
r Church by a large rattlesnake, which was immediately Companions in good ;standing are requested large bodies. G. II. FAIRBANKS, opened year, and
vices will be held in the Methodist
dispatched. The dog died 'shortly to attend. February 10, 1882. Fernandina,.Fla.) the lands have not been culledor

next Sunday. after, notwithstanding efforts were made to ; .
Pocahontas Cigars.R. picked over. No part has
Miss Mamie de Forest was a passenger on save its life. Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc. a quart, at
L. Arnow has in stock the fine Poca-
She been reserved in
the steamship San Antonio yesterday. JACOB KLARER'S, any manner,

goes to Jersey resume her studies at A Good Appointment. hontas Cigars manufactured by Kurtz Brothers and the whole is for sale.
Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. Arnow ,i is the Gents Furnishing GoodsIn open
. the Haasbrouck Institute. Under the above caption the Indianapolis.
sole agent for Fernandina: and says that all styles ,AT PAUL FU KE's. Special prices on large tracts.
Dr. J. D. Palmer left for Palmyra, N. Y., Journal, of the 14th instant, says: "This
they are par excellence. Give him a call. Timber lands virgin forests in
by the San Antonio yesterday morning, for a paper has the best of authority for announcing ,
Another case of handsome Lawns at five
month's recreation. Mrs. Palmer'and children that H. R. Duval, formerly General Manager ,Range of ThermometerFOR cents per yard. J. & T. KYDD. bodies of 50,000 acres and up-

have been North for some time. of the Erie Line, has been made Vice- THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, SEPT. ISTH, 1885, wards. Lands sold for cash,

Captain M. Usina, of the steamer St. JVYcAvlas ,President and General Manager of the Florida AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. The Best Smokes or on long time.
Railway & Navigation Company, and 7 A.f. 12 M. 3 P.f. 6 P.)!. WIND. Can be had at HOYT & Co's. The Times-
was in the city this week. lIe reports Saturday, Sept.12......78 90 88 86 ,S. E.
Union Cigar and Buck-Eye Smoking To-
.. The Florida Land and Co
will take of the of the road
charge operation Mortgage
that his boat has carried 21,000 passengersthis Sunday, 13..77 88 87 85 S. E. bacco. Sole Agents. '
14..78 89 87 86 N. E.Tuesday .
making his headquarters in Florida. He expects -
season between Savannah and Tybee. I 15..76. 87 85 85. N. E. (
to go there within a short time, but Wednesday,Ie 16..78 88 86 86 N. E. FLORIDA.Silk
'Miss Clara Prescott left Thursday evening Thursday, u 17. ..76 86 85' 84 1 N. E. Special bargains in :every department of
will not take his down until it
family gets
our store for the balance of the .
' for Baltimore, where she will conclude her Friday, 18..74 X84. 84 83: N. E
cooler. We congratulate the people of Florida it T. KYDD.
curriculum at the Notre Dame College for
on the acquisition of such a worthy and MARINE.
young ladies,'and expects to graduate before estimable -. .
gentleman. Unquestionably un-
she returns. Port of Fernandina., COTTAGE, Mitts
der Mr. Duval's management this system of
)Ir. George F. Lewis has accepted the HIGH WATER. Seventh-St. Hotel All colors, at 35 cents a pair, worth 60 cents,
roads will be operated for all that there is in near Egmont ,
Saturday, Sept. 19. 3:58: A.)I. 4:24 p. M. at MODE BRO'S.
agency for the sale of the Jersey City White them, and still more favorable reports of Sunday, 20............ 4:52 5:15 "
Lead and Color Company's ready-mixed Monday, 21. .......... 5:43 6.-04 ,e I, FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
earnings may be looked for. Tuesday, 22............ 6:31" 6:51": I Ho, for White Sulphur Springs!
fi paints, and will locate his office in R. L. Ar- Wednesday," 23........... 7:16 II 7:35 Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,withor
store 43 Centre street. Thursday, 24..8.00 8:15 board. Table FLORIDA'S GREAT FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH.
uow's grocery The Boat Club. without Boarders will be
Friday, 25............ 8:41": 8:55"ENTERED. :
' The Undine defended successfully her At a called meeting of the Fernandina accommodated ; also transient. Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia
2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.: Stomach and Bowel Troubles, Kidney ami.
claim to the club pennant in the challenge Boat Club, held Monday iiight,communica- Sept. 16-Steamship San Antonio Wilder, from Bladder Diseases,General Debility, etc. Fe-

race Wednesday afternoon, distancing easily tions were read from Commodore McCottery, R.New W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers, to Notice of Incorporation male complaints are cured, or greatly ben-

the Marie, sailed by Captain King, and the owner of the Ada, and ViceCommodoreKing Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from II efited, by these waters. Round trip tickets.
Charleston: to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. to Welborn, including hack fare to Springs,.
of the Marie
t sailed Commodore McCottery. owner challenging
Ada by "
of Palatka
14-Steamship City Vogel, from THE of the formation of can be had at greatly reduced rates.; Cold or
Maj orf Fairbanks writes the Mirror, from owners of the Undine for a race for the silk W.Palatka O. ; freight and passengers, to hot baths given at hotel.
Sewanee.. Tenn., that the health of Rev. :Mr. pennant.The Sept. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
This following rules were adopted for the Charleston! ; freight and passengers, to ROAD COMPANY: : : Strati,IIats.
O. P. Thackara is improving. news W. O. Jeffreys, agent. :
' will be gratifying to )fr. Thackara's parishioners government of the challengers : 17-Steamship City, of Palatka, Vogel, from for the purpose of constructing, maintain- Great reduction in Straw Hats. at
That an allowance of two weeks' time, for Palatka; freight and passengers, to W. ing and operating a railroad for public use It :MODE BRO'S.
his friends in this
as as many Jeffreys, agent.
in the of and
preparation be granted challenged boat. 17-Bark Lotus Br. McDonald Philadel- conveyance persons
any ( ) ,
Miss L. G. Watson
. the River
from St.Iary's at or nearly opposite -
; phia; ballast, to J. C. Read.
city.The The race to be sailed within that time, unless the City of St. Mary's, Georgia to the School for
t Norwegian bark Columba, Captain E. 15-Schooner Stephen Bennet,Douglas,Camden Will re-open her Select young!
1 the challenged boat be excused by the Maine; ballast, to master. City of Jacksonville, Florida, by the most girls and children on Thursday, October lr
Stray,cleared for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with direct and practicable route through the Street corner ot
Commodore,otherwise the challenging boat CLEARED. at her residence on Centre ,
', 400,000 feet yellow pine Inmber,Thursday. sail over the course according to the Sept.18-Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder, Counties of Nassau and Duval. :Florida.W. Seventh, and hopes still to merit the patron-
Geo."W. Mills, of Philadelphia, is the shipper may for New York; freight and passengers. T. DILL, age so kindly conferred heretofore.
" rules and claim the pennant. by R. W. Southwick, agent. II. MORSE, Miss ANNIE E. TUCKER, so well and favor
and Mr. C. H. Huot the manufacturer. "
Also, that no boat once beaten in a chal- 13-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for W. E. KAY, ably known in the community,will be asso-
'fhe value of the is $5,000. Palatka; freight and passengers, by A. H. take cbar.e'of
cargo COX \TsosaOlI
ciated with Miss "
lenge race by the boat holding the pennant W. 0. Jeffreys, Agent. I
The steamship San Antonio, which sailed Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel for C. P. GOODYEAR. the :Musical Department.
can challenge the same boat again within Charleston: freight and passengers, by Jacksonville, Fla., September 17, 1S83.3STOTIOB. REFERENCES:
for New York yesterday at noon, had a good three months. W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Rev.O.P.Thackara,:Mr.Samuel A. Swann

passenger list, and carried the following car Also, that the course adopted by the club 16-Steamship Palatka;City by W.of 0.Palatka Jeffreys, ,Vogel.a....ent. for Mr. H. E. Dotterer, Judge C. V. Hillyer

go: 350 bales of cotton, 114 barrels of rosin, be from an imaginary line from the south 17-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for :Major E. A. McWhorter.For .
Charleston; by W.O. Jeffreys, agent. terms, see Circulars.Gents' .
21 of lemons 18 packages of honey
packages end of the steamship; dock to the oppositeside 17-Bark Columba (Nor.,) Stray,Rio Janeiro; .

30 packages of merchandise, and 24,000 feet of the river, to and around Tiger buoy 16-Schooner lumber,Albert by C. H.L.Huot.Butler, Coates. Phil- Furnishing Goods, Notions, etc..

of. lumber. and return ; and that a race shall be de- adelphia; lumber, by L. A. Davis & THE CITY MART at cost, atPACL
The Fernandina and Amelia Beach Railroad clared off unless sailed within one hour and

Company will soon begin the filling in fifty minutes of the time of starting. Trim and Stylish-Business Suits for ARISEN FROM: ITS ASHES, A lot of Parasols (exclusive styles) chea ,

and improving of Beech street. The track Also, a general regatta was ordered for the Fall. HAVING of old, more beautiful than this week. J. & T. KYDD. i

t ; of the railroad is to be filled in and the cross- Monday, September 28th. See my immens'er1' assortment. Nothing before, will be opened to the public on or .

ings planked. The approaches at the crossings better in quality, fit and price has ever been about the 10th of October, by the Proprietor, Bathing, Suits and Caps

}' offered anywhere. Good, serviceable, and For Ladies and Gentlemen, in elegant: !
of the sidewalks on the intersecting Mrs. Grundy Says at .low. .

streets are to be shelled half the width of the That, although there may be some com- i prices extremely W. J. LoHMAif, : DOWNEY, style and large variety, at KIXG'S BAZAAR,

street. plaint of dullness in trade, there are quite a 43 Corner Sixth and Ash Streets.
, with an entire new stock of tf Cor. of Fifth and Centre sts.
number of people who are having good
Among the passengers who arrived here The Celebrated Chase & Sanborn

from the North on the steamship San Antonio times about now. For instance : Roasted CoffeesCan GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Parasols.We .

Tuesday morning, were Mr. C. L. Mor There's the married men whose wives areaway be obtained from will sell, this week, the biggest bar-

rison and family, of Gorham, N. H. Mr. ; 43 3t FRED W. HOYT & Co. gains ever offered in Parasols. Goods ranging -
$* Particulars hereafter.
% in price from 50 cents to $3.00, worth
M Morrison is an old newspaper man. He The wives who are away;
ice the at
tv money,
Summer and Hats closing out
The young lady who has gone with" ma j" PRO
goes to the White Sulphur Springs, Hamilton ; cheap. J. & T. KYDD. MODE

county, for the benefit of his wife health. The young man who didn't go; ,

The girls who wear soltaire rings that Great sacrifice in Summer Clothing, at
We call attention to the advertisement, in
they didn't three months
another column, of the New York Life Insurance possess ago;j'
The chips of the old block. who are ..
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under the direction Wool ', ,
Company, of All c' '
making things lively about town after 9 :, :. .', :. '. "
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Mr. A. Barrelle the State Scarlet Flannel Suits $1.75.
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m. : :; __. : .:, ;
p. ; -
43 W. J. LOHMAN.
agent, who is in our midst., This company ,'
The, miss of fourteen who asked to .,.. '
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-now more than forty years old, and Sugar Pans and Mills. .:_," ..: .:
dance a waltz by the youth of twenty; 'I., ,-, .
mutual-is next to the I
purely largest life All sizes for sale Iv. .
The maiden lady who attends phantom ,
insurance company in the world ; high- ,43 3t .FRED W. HOYT .&,Co. _'?- ..'" -
parties and gets hugged through mistake '
toned in solid ;
management, as a rock, and
The widowersvho find witha 15 Yards 'of Best Prints
: sea bathing

in every way worthy of patronage. party of ladies "so exhilarating;" For 99 cents. W. J. LOHMAN. ..r l: v RETAIL I DEALERS }

. The widows they rarely fail having good

time anywhere; Private Board, ,

, nests of cedar pails and cans of lard drifting The amateur fisherman who hooks his At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street. y# s_ Will find it to their advantage to get our prices
c in from the sea, he 10s1'all interest in the near Egmont Hotel. :. (:.
first bass in the
and work ; Offers pleasant rooms well furnished with : before purchasing elsewhere. We offer goods-
sport went to wrecking, with the ,! ,>: many
The: chap who bet an even hundred on the or without board. Transient' boarders will ;

I' result of replenishing his stock to quite an Puritan; be accommodated. ,' at less than they can be 'purchasecl in competing

extent. Other parties found barrels of ker- The young man who runs to Orlando MBS. T. P. G. THOMPSON. ,
osene oil, all of which gave evidence of a occasionally; Fernandina, Fla., January, 10, 1885. _" markets. We give particular attention to heavy

wreck at se.From the moss grown condition The party that falls in with Bob South- To Contractors. goods, such as BACON, FLOUR, GRITS, GRAIN, FEED, '
kt of the wood, probably the articles had ;
wick. ; Proposals will be received by the School
been in the water some time,likely since the :BUILDING MATERIAL etc.JBiTAsk
;The expert at playing Sancho'Pedro. Commissioners Nassau county for the :. .
{; last gale. erection of a school building in the city of
There others
are probably many having :; ( for'our prices when needing"goocls.
Fernandina : :
Cl Fla. i 3
In a little brush between the Undine the
just as good times, but they are so quiet Plans Specifications may be seen, and I '

{ winner of the pennant of the Fernandina about it that we cannot catch them at'it. full information obtained, application to I ,;, FRED W. HOYT & CO.

t, Boat Club, and the Reckless Babe, the crack the undersigned. !, .. :c I

Old Town boat, Thursday, the Undine beat. Died.In Proposals carpenter arid mason workto : SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,
be made separately. All,to be sealed and .
The race was from Old Town to the New this city, on Monday, September 14th -
,' endorsed "Proposals Work and .:1h. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
York steamship dock. The Undine wassailed 1885, after several months' illness, Mrs; Eu- Material for Erecting School Building" and \. .. .

by R W. Southwick, Captain Wilder, GESIA E. TAYLOR, wife of Colonel D. J.,Taylor left with the architect. ,{. J.\, ,:' '
The < .,
of the San Antonio Board reserves the privilege of'rejecting 'L ,'" ):;i1'"-
and F. Lewis
George Mrs. Taylor was born at Georgetown; any, or all, proposals.By .'. '"? : ).

t while- Lieutenant, Curtis. held the tiller of S. C., on March' 21st; 1821, and in the 65th order of the Board., ; ';;, "

the Reckless Babe. A race between these two year ,of, her,age. The funeral: ; took place 'J, H. BAKES, ";.' 'i1i, : ..;;it,""'." I.',.' .; .. ,:

crack boats has: been arranged for nextWedoiesday. Tuesday,at noon, from St.Peter's' Episcopal .,. Chairman.' t : .A-. .v.-- .;
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