Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00298
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1886
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00298
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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I GAINl FI LLE. ed, which will sustain judicious A POEM BY WEBSTER. 'Lord' Chief Justice Tindale-"These The Board of Trade. I

About one hundred miles south of legislation over the great evil of'the [Daniel I ,Webster \ several poems during :. are not Christian sentiments. How At the meeting of the Board of Trade

of ardent the early years of, his manhood, one of cnnyou'expect the court and jury to held at its chambers on Monday, February
the heart of the intemperate use spirits. .
Fernandina, in which Emerson deemed worthy'of si place look with, favor on your defence or 15th, the following members were present:
Peninsula, lies the prosperous cityof ORIDA CHA VTA VQ UA." in Fryaburgh his"Parnassl1s.The oration, delivered publishers:eight of years the God to "pardon you, if you' cannot ,v. B. C. Duryee, president; J. H. Prescott,

Gainesville, in Alachua county, We in of the first number ago on the Fourth..of.:July; an'pend-to. it, forgive: ? vice-president W. Hoyt, 'secretary;
interior city as Alachua are receipt -i I among other things, a poem" 'written by.Mr. Prisoner" know, my Lord, what and Messrs. Chas. H. Berg, "". 0. Jeffreys,
the largest of the "Florida Chautauqua Webster on the death} of his little"Sun'Charles ,will,be.your judgment and that of the G. Stark, H. J. Baker, G. F. Avery, R. L.
is the most populous countyin in 1823..: Some of the, stanzas are
county De- but. God has Arnow, Chas. W. Lewis, Geo. :
16-page paper,. published at remarkable.] jury; already pardonedme F Lewis, M.

the State. Gainesville ought long Funiak Springs, in the interest of The staff on which my years should lean ; I feel it in my heart. You know Downey, J. A. Edwards, Mayor Pope, and
have changed its name to not-I knew not then-the whole W. J. Woodward, acting secretary.
since to the Florida Chautauqua Association. Is broken, ere those years comeo'er.jiie1! extent -
characteristic and eupho- Mv: funeral rites thou should'st have seen of the evil that man had done. Letters from the delegation of the Boardto

the more We are gratified at this evidence of But thou art in the_tomb before'me. ..., When some compassionate people Washington in reference to the progress .
nious name of Alachua, which, with success started > of their work there, were read and ordered
of the '
enterprise by Thou rear'st to me no filial stone,., brought me my daughter in prison
its soft vowel sounds, comes pleasantly Col. Chipley, which has now attaineda No parent's grave with tears beholdest' ;' she was no longer my child ; she was ,filed. t

upon the ear. The old English Thou art my ancestor, my son_ '.. no longer and angelic as form- The Board then took up the consideration J
very promising position and is at- And stand in Heaven's account the oldest. of the constitution and by-laws, .
writers on Florida spelled it iOn erly ; she was corrupt, body and soul ; reported by J.
much attention. The the committee, which 1
tracting ,
pro- were adopted seriatimby
as being nearest to the earth my lot was soonest cast; her manner, her language, infamous
Alatchaicay, gramme of the exercises is varied : Thy generation after mine; ." like' those with whom she had been sections. J !
I Thou has thine predecessor passed, The president appointed Messrs. a
Indian Chas. W.
and highly interesting. Earlier eternity is thine. living. I did not recognize her my- Lewis, J. H. Prescott and H. J. Baker "7 4
The city of Gainesville owes its self. Do. you comprehend me now? as i
inspectors of the
JACKSONVILLE AlORXIXG I should have set before thine eyes That election for permanent ;f
the construction of the F. man had robbed me of the love
origin o to The road to Heaven, and shown it clear; officers of the board,to be held next Monday. !
NEWS. and soul of i
R. & X. R. n., then called the But. thou untaught spring'st to the skies; my And I-I have The Board then passed a resolution for

Florida Kailroad. In 1853 the We have been a little late in no- And leav'st thy teacher, lingering, here. killed him but once. the appointment of a committee of three- i

site was at Newnansville, ticing the Daily Morning News, pub- Sweet seraph, I would learn of'thee.. Foreman-"My verdict.. Lord" we have :Messrs. Jeffreys, Avery, and Geo. F, Lewis f

county lished at Jacksonville with John P. And hasten ,to partake thy bliss; agreed on our to submit an estimate for fitting up suitable'
fifteen miles north of Gainesville, And, oh, to thy world welcome me.' Chief Justice-"I understand you, rooms for the use of the Board. tt I

which received its name from Col. Varnum as editor. The News is As first I welcomed three to this. gentlemen, but the law must take its .

Xewnan the Adjutant General of well printed well made up, and --NOT--- GUILTY.-- ,',*' course. I must sum up the case, and The City Council. t

well edited. What more can we then you will retire to deliberate." The regular meeting of the City Council I x

Georgia, who made an incursioninto The following touching incident, The Chief Justice having 'summed was held last Wednesday. Present: G. F. ,-iI
? We have doubt that it
Alachua county in 1812, with say no which occurred years ago in England, up the case=the jury retired, and in an Avery, president; Aldermen McGiffin, Robinson )|Ii]

two companies of Georgia volun- will achieve success under the expe- instant after returned into court witha ,"Wilkinson, Dorsey,Austin and Stark. IJ y
was handed us a few days since by a
The following bills
rienced management of Mr. Varnum. verdict of "not guilty. were ordered paid :

teers, and, after a severe fight with ----- prominent member of the Tallahasseebar On the discharge of Hammond the R. Austin, fire bell, etc.-. $35 40'H. l

King Payne, the Head Chief of the SOAP. with the that I E. Dotterer, supplies.................. 10 60 I
request we repro- sheriff was obliged to surround him Fred W. Hoyt & Co., supplies.......... 11 05 ;
Alachua tribes, was forced to retreat, We have received excellent like- duce it : with an escort. The women were de- Geo. Demott, scavenger, to Feb. 11... 80 00 I

with some loss to the St. John's termined to 'him off in triumph. John Stays, making assessment rolls 50 00 : t
nesses of Gen. Robert E. Lee and Hammond carry
George a portrait painter Joe Anderson, hauling.... 2 25 j
river. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher from the was.placed at the bar,'-.to be tried The crowd followed him all the way Samnel Lofthouse.day scavenger,etc. "I

Col. who resided in 1853 an indictment found against him- to his lodgings with deafening shoutsof for January................................. 40 00 r
Bailey, proprietors of Pear's soap. If the soap on huzzas. G. F. Avery, shell and hauling........ 8 50
on a tract of land a little north of -is the it to- self by the grand jury- for the wilful I W. K. Bauknight, 25 loads shell....... 12 50 !
as good as pictures, ought murder, with maI aforethought, of FLORIDA.The Geo. E. Wolfe, Clerk, for January... 25 00 I'jJ
Gainesville, was instrumental in be very good. If it is as clean as George Baldwin, a rope dancer and J., C. Read, three months' repairs on I'\;:
acrimony of the New York plank .
having the county site removed the record and character of RobertE. mountebank. The prisoner.was a man Herald has been of such 50 00 +jfi
a penetrating A communication from State
from Newnansville to Gainesville, Lee it ought to be cleansing.Jf of medium height, but slender form. character: Comptroller 1 9
very as to eat into and vitiate W. D. Barnes in reference to taxation '

presumably named after General it becomes as well known as His eyes' were blue and mild. His the minds of people in days gone by. railroads, was read and placed on,file. I
whole evidence of sub-
Gaines. bearing gave Its apathy toward, clean-cut national The Finance Committee reported a
Henry Ward Beecher, it will, be a'popular dued sadness and proposition I j
The growtH the town'was'corn-, success.WILD A _' melancholy; resigna- poliCIes and worthy institutions! of from Mr.O., H. Wade,.of San Mateo, + !:
tion.. He was forty-one.'yeirsof age, State has ,become so chronic" and fes-' for boring artesian well.,
until about 1880
paratively slow had a soft voice, and his appearanceand tering that no one who reads its screed On motion, the Committee of, Public Im- .
sincewhich period it has grown DOGS are doing much damage manner bore evidence to'his be- j
upon sunny Florida but must concludein provements was requested to continue their j
rapidly, and has now attained a near the head of Wind River, ing a man of distinguished education, the light of the intrinsic; value of correspondence with Mr. Wade; also, to- ,: !.:

very prominent position, due largely Washington Territory. They seem in spite of the poverty of his dress. that State, that the Herald is repeat- visit Jacksonville and Brunswick to invest- !fi!

On being called out to plead, the of its old tricks increaseits igate the results of the boring there, to enable
to the concentration of railways. to be a cross between the cur and the ing some to ;
prisoner admitted that he did kill for which them to make a more intelligent con r'
The F. R. & N. R. R. gives access to bulldog, and are very fierce, power- Baldwin, and he deplored the act, jugglery advertising the original patronage editor, tract. ;

the Gulf at Cedar Key, 54 miles ful and intelligent. Their last exploit adding, however, that on his soul and licly chastised daily forty years was ago.pub- The attention Council was called to the '>

southwest ; to Fernandina, the best was to chase a man and his conscience he did not believe himself The discoloring of the commercialand necessity of making a revision of the registration 1 J.

harbor on the Atlantic, at a dis- team three miles. They have in- guilty. Thereupon a jury was em-. agricultural prospects of Florida, list. .t
panelled to try the prisoner. The indictment City scrip to the amount of $362.61 was !
tance of 100 miles; to Savannah via creased largely in numbers in two present and future, is not through ig- destroyed in Council. '
then read the
was to jury, but malice for open : I'
norance ,
Live Oak and to Tallahassee and prepense The Committee Streets and Drains .
years. and the act of killing being admitted hardly a schoolboy who can .read but on was !

the West; to Palatka and the St. Resolutions of the Prsss Association. the government rested their case, and what is familiar with the advantageswhich authorized to purchase 1,000 bushels of shell 1 ;t

John's river, on the East, and to The Florida Press Association, assembledin the prisoner was called upon for. his that State offers over many at four cents per bushel. I !
The for
contract and
Ocala and Tampa on the South.It regular annual meeting, having had their defence. others to capitalists. It is a fact that grading filling in I .
attention drawn to the exaggerations and The prisoner then addressed him- Broome street from Seventh to Eighth was: ,'
is in fine misrepresentations of correspondents of Herald cannot successfully contra- awarded to Mr. P. Kelly for $205. !
a agricultural region self to the court and
I jury. t.
II dict authoritative
I leading papers in Northern cities as to the by documentary
suited to the varied productionsof i extent of the damage done in Florida by "My: Lord," said he, "my justifi- evidence that those who invest in List of Letters i f-

Florida. The northern and cen- the weather recent, and almost knowing unprecedented that thousands cold of cation is to be found in a recital of the Florida lands are satisfied with the re- Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- !t',.

facts. Three years ago I lost a daughter Our Northern friends who ,dina, Nassau county, Florida,
tral portions of the county ate ad- looking forward to settlement in this turns. go February. !j.
Mate are disturbed by these unfounded state- then four years of age, the sole to Florida to seek investments return 20th 1886. Persons calling for these letters ',

mirably adapted to the culture of ments, deem it proper to make a true and memorial of my beloved wife, whomit with their gold bags filled with deedsto mus& sayadvertised : r
sea island cotton and upland rice. candid without statement coloring and of the without facts partiality.as they exist It had pleased God to recall to him- fee simple titles for lands as substi- Acosta, Luther Jackson, Aubiny I t,

The self. I lost her but I did her Benis, T W Kennon, S E .
western portion to the man- is therefore not see tutes for the coin which they took :
ufacture of lumber and Resolved, That we, members of the Florida die. She disappeared-she was stolen down with them. Burns, Oscar Kennon, Simeon f I 'i
grazing.The Bates C W Lain, Mary
Press Association, coming from all of !
southern which hasa the State, and therefore fully cognizant parts of from me. She was a charming Mr. David Carll, the yacht builder, Baly, Ed :Mclutire Lucy ,i 1
portion, child and but her I had nobody in Cayer, Kope Miss Mead Austin 4
the real condition of the orange groves, as noted as a shrewd financier, liked his ,
large area of hammock lands, now shown at the end of thirty days from the world to love me. Gentlemen, first investment well to after- Caine, Joe Pressley, Siller :
so as Carr ;
Joseph Robeart, Maria
to the the time of the freeze, state the following as f
culture of and what I have suffered cannot be de-
oranges ; the true facts in reference thereto: ward make several distinct purchasesof Davis, G A Robinson Mrs W If ;
the eastern portion to cotton and First. That in consequence of the exceed scribed ; you cannot comprehend it. lands there in as many successive Dorsey, Livinia Rocker C S t N
ing low temperature the larger part of the I have expended in advertising and Evans. E T Roberts. Richard It
is in his declara-
oranges. The census of 1885 fruit remaining on the trees was frozen. years, very emphatic Fuller, George C Rivers, Mackson
;gives a population of over 26- Second. That bearing trees and trees which fruitless searches everything I pos- tions of satisfaction with the countryfor Garrett, Alvin I Ross, Willie \:

MO were in a healthy condition received no injury sessed-furniture, pictures, even to investment, as well as decidedly Gladden Mrs Siomares. :\fary.. ,f
and the population is increas- clothes. All have been sold. Green, Maria Soxton Rhel
,although losing their leaves; and are already my favoring the State for a residence over Haves. Augustus Strodder. Hannah .
ing. Gainesville has the finest public for the budding with a promise of a fair crop For three years on foot I had been any other in the Union. The declara- Hacker, Ben Sheran. E J i a

building in the State and the Third.present That year.while the trees in the more seeking for my child in all the cities tions of Mr. Carll are supported by Heading, Thomas Snook, Clane I !

largest northerly counties are not as advanced in and all the villages in the three king- the of all shrewd investorsin Jackson, Smith ((2)) Williams Biny r
collegiate school. It is experience Jenkins, Ch Wade, John r
ont it is believed that in
healthy well budding of the no portion -I doms. As soon as by painting port- Floridian lands, and it is absurd for Jenkins, J H Zacobsen,Z P
of Flor-
located and well built orange growing region
raits I had succeeded ip Jones, M S
gaining a
ida have the trees received material the Herald or other journal of G
jmd is destined to be of I any any S. T. RIDDELL, P. )[. ::
: a place much injury. little money, I returned to London to like or inferior prominence to endeavorat I
importance. It is Fourth. That it has been demonstratedthat I. commence advertisements in the
directly orange trees can sustain a much lower my this late date to create public disfavor Dry Goods. ;

by rail with our own city, and degree of cold than has been heretofore sup- newspapers. At length, on ,Friday, against the State. It indicates Remember the closing out sale in Dry

can receive its merchandize the posed, giving renewed assurance of the safety the 14th of April last, I crossed the selfish design rather than public good. Goods etc., at 1
by and durability of the orange grove inter- Smithfield cattle market. In the PAUL FUSKE'S. !
We that the State is
steamship lines ests of the State.Arrivals. are not only glad
: running to this
portIn i
centre of the market a troupe of air but Special Bargains In You tItS' and
assuming a are
a few hours, giving it very great at the Egmont. mountebanks were performing their pleased to note that facilities of water Boys' Clothlng.\ ?r

business advantages of direct inter- W B Macrone, St Augustine; W J Vand- feats. Among them was a child turning transit are increasing by the additionof Just received by J.&T.Kydtf. Our buyer
wier, Chas E Taylor, Chas A Choate Mrs J Mr. J. Kydd. has bought! a fine line of these
its head hal- ;
I on supported on a
course with the.best commercial port K Somers and daughter, E Ebbets, S D the Tampa and Havana SteamshipLine goods below regular prices,and we intend to 4
n the Atlantic. Swann, Jacksonville; Chas H Smith, St berd. A ray from the soul of its to those of the old-established give our customers the' benefit of it. Call 's sand

Louis; W Noble, Ala; P Pease, H Sabine, mother must have penetrated my Mallory and Morgan lines which have see them.-_- ---J.----& T. KYDD. ,
Columbus, 0; GV Taylor. London, Eng; own, for me to have recognized my direct Florida Swiss Cheese. I
THE "KMGHT been running to points Imported ;
TEMPLAR"This Mrs Jas Clement, Mrs R C Winship, Phila-
child It
in that condition. Cheese.
is the delphia; J H Murphy, Fla; F W Cram, was my for some years. These services will Limburger N
title of Sauerkraut. '
a neat newspaper 'Justus Rothschild and wife child. Her mother would :
Harry Hug- poor per- increase and probably be augmentedby Pickles. .
,just started in gins, NY J R Savage, City Geo Martin have herself ;?': t '
Jacksonville, in ; ; naps precipitated to- other lines in the future and Holl. Herring.
near ; ,
and wife 0 C S : : ;
Cincinnati Noble G F
the ; ,
wards her and locked herself
interest of in her California Ham .
the before of it the
temperance or- Walker. Eng; S S Pinkerton and wife, probably we are aware
;ganizations. We hope it will have a'ride Penn ; R A McKnight, James Stevens, Jersey arms. As for me a veil passed over State will be the veritable beehive of Also, a fine lot of first-class Groceries.: ; : r,

City; G D Morey, Gloucester; James M my eyes. I knew not how it was-I, the South. Marine Journal.For J. K.LARER. '
circulation and be Youmans M J J L ,
productive Cummings, Bennett, M habitually gentle, even to weakness j
of much McHugh, C E Tayntor,John A Sheppard, H > -- Blankets and House Furnishing I
good. If it will eschew R Duval, F H Appleton NY: R J Sykes, seized him by the clothes-I raised Poultry Fanciers. Goods, at New York prices, at t

intemperate zeal in the cause of :Mobile; J,D Picket, Wister, J Schmache, him in the air then dashed him to Settings of Eggs of Buff Cochins, 13.....$2.00 PAUL FUXKE'S DRY EMPORIUM. '

temperance Philadelphia; 0 Harriman, Savannah; G the ground-then again he was dead. Brown Leghorns.....:................. ........ 1.50 I II
and advocate the attain- ; I
H Miss F L
Vining Vining, Atlanta Ga W .
; W-PURE BLOOD, Handsome Presents. '
able, instead of the S Hollister, Ky; J Booth and wife, Kansas; Afterwards I repented what I had <:, ,.' 1
impossible, a E A Hoadley:Jacksonville; F J Davis, Bos- done. At the moment I regrettedthat can be obtained on application to Handsome presents given away to parties j
healthy public opinion will be form- ton; M W W Tooller, Palatka. I was able to'kill'but cne." : ")[1:. ROBERT BEALEY, buying$10 or more at -, :
11-8t St. Marv's, Ga. PAUL FU KE.S.,, "r I '


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f SOMEWHERE IN THE WORLD. -"r, IT you would be so good and give *'T tlr molh eT'was. quite right when she I I becomes expanded and chilled so asTo oe
us the least little bit to eat-a small pieceof said- ." aid the farmer. ,"But what will j THEWORKOF"OLDPROBS"HOW incapable of sustaining longer its burdens

bread or a few potatoes." you uo If the hard-hearted man does not i, of moisture, which falls as rain
As the earth rolls over, Qn its axis .
whirled .. "I thought so," shouted the farmer; "I receive you?" Washington Cor. GlobeDemocrat.W.

. + was sure you' were nothing but beggars, "Then we shall have to starve," an- THE SIGNAL SERVICE GETS
; There is always midnight somewhere in
' I although you do not seem to belong to this swered Lizzie. :J ITS METEOROLOGICAL FACTS. Very Important if It la True
in the world.
.IY neighborhood. We have plenty of those "No, no," exclaimed the man quietly; Dr. Elliot Coues the eminent ornitholo.

But though darkness' pinions ever are here, and do not want them to come from "it shall never come to that-never. Dry 'I gist of Washington, and firm foe of the

i'r unfurled, other parts. We have not bread for our- your team. The merciful God has had Making Up a "Forecast" from Reports sparrow everywhere, whose name is persistently *

: There is always morning somewhere in selves in these hard times. You will get pity on your helplessness and has made Received in Cipher-Atmospheric Moisture perverted intcuCones by conspirator -

world. nothing here. Be off this moment." use of a fierce brute to soften the heart of compositors throughout the country

*m Sorrow has its mission, so Fate's shafts The children, dreadfully frightened, your uncle, and, therefore he will never -The Barometer-What Is Meant asserts that after scientific study of the'
by; an "Area of Low Depression." subject he has discovered the
forsake :
hurled actual
i f ,. are ; began both to cry bitterly. you-never ex
in the The children looked at the man in utter istence of the soul, which heretofore
} There is always sorrow, sorrow "That will not do you any good, con- h*

k, world. tinued the man, "that kind of whining is bewilderment; they did not understand The weather bureau, as now organized, has doubted.-Philadelphia Call
what he said his works and behaviorwere
sr + Even as the morning gleams with light nothing new to me, and won't move me. alike strange to them. This he is a military institution, or an appendageof An English Cure for Chilblains

t, impearled.. Let your parents feed you; but'th'ey'nodoubt .perceived for he added. soon the regular amy. Throughout the For chilblains, The Lyon Medical
There gladness always always in the prefer idling rather than getting United States there 376 stations advises
are are signal that the parts affected be bathed
"You to Kilbura
were going to Patrick I
honest labor.
t : their living by in of nineteen officers and 500 men
charge : twice daily ten minutes at
. world.Laura Rosamond White. I "Our parents are dead," said Lizzie. Sullivan; you are' already there. I am of the signal corps of the ax my. Each. mixture of half an ounce of a time, acid
uncle and that I know sulpuric
.. I "I thought so, replied the farmer; your ; I station is provided with the best instru- and one quart of water.
,4 "whenever children are sent,out to beg you are the children of my brother Mar-
the latest inventionsfor
t A THE i OF THE FAMINE.The tin, I make welcome." ments, including
their father and mother 'are" always you I observing and accurately recordingthe
} tSr.. The childrens tears Machine to Tie a Square Knot.
dead, or,at least their father. That is a quickly changed constant variations of the weather.
mere excuse for begging. Be off this :into smiles, and the meal which Biddy had A Massachusetts man has invented
From 139 of these telegraphic
just put on the table for them made them machine which he says will tie
_. >r The potato famine in Ireland was nowhere minute. reports are sent daily to Washington; the ,*... a square
kr "
: ." felt more severely than in the part "We have not eaten a morsel the whole forget their grief. others mail. ? 'P .irded hv inventors &I

'' 1 of the country where the following story day," pleaded Lizzie; "we are so tired that Patrick Sullivan had taken this farm Reports report are by received from the trained beyond the power of machinery
t. is told-a true tale: we can not move a step. If you would near Kilburn about a year before. A observers at important stations three Butler and His Legal--Practice

'ii i In a small village in one of the most but give us the least little bit to eat, we kind Providence had directed the chil- times twenty-four hours. These re-
of Ireland dren's steps to him but if the dog had every Scarcely a week passes that Gen. Ben.
barren districts of the west are so hungry. ; contain full of the
ports particulars F.Butler does not
+r', ;_ there lived a very poor widow, whose sole "I have told you,I should not. Beggarsget not taught him a lesson in kindness what weather in the different districts. Seven.. Jamin before the court.appear So as counsel
might after all have become of the supreme frequentare
; t \ inheritance from her husband was two nothing here. poor
? teen stations in Canada one in St Johns
the general's visits to
&, healthy children, girls, of the respective The farmer got up with a threateninglook. orphans But He who is the father of Newfoundland, and one in the north his the streets Washingtonthat

t ., ages of 3 and 5. Painfully, and by the ut- Lizzie quickly opened the door,and the fatherless would assuredly not have western part of British America send attention presence than on it does attracts in no

most efforts, she contrived to pass two drew her sister along with her. The dill. forsaken them.-Hugh Sanders in New more Boston.
reports, and there are over 300 outsideor The general's home is still at Lowell but
S. r a, years of her sorrowful widowhood. Bad dren again stood in the farmyard, but York News. ,
volunteer observers in different
his principal law office is at Boston,which
too what to do. little
and foodobtainedonlybylabor knew not Suddenly
sections who also send reportsby has been his
Tile Invention of In IE. city headquarters for
W ;'+ great for her delicate frame, had at last Mary drew her hand from her sister'sclasp mail. The years.
telegraphic reportsare of the
thrown her upon her sick bed, and death and went to the other side of the When ink was first introduced does not general's Massachusetts

jf in pity removed her in a few days, and yard; there was a big fierce dog chained; seem to have been decided; but given the means transmitted of a secret code to, a Washington few figures con-by friends tells me that the stories the that he is

without great suffering, from all her his dinner stood before him in a wooden paper and the pen, a colored medium financially crippled are purest
; ; f veying a large amount of information. and that he is richer
earthly troubles. basin. Mary put her hand into the basin which would show on a light surface was imagination, today
These received from all the
reports are than at time in his
eat with the Lizzie so obvious a want, and one so readily any previous history.
and to
} The poverty of the parish was so great began dog.
i stations in the United States Canada and
His interests in New
found, that there is no extraordinarycredit manufacturing Eng-
and that in the basin
: 1 that nothing could be done for the poor went nearer, saw the West Indies inside of minutes.A .
r', "sr ( orphans. All the neighbors, with the utmost there was some liquor, in which a few due to the unknown inventor. It "translator" takes the thirty in land are no less prosperous than for years
I appears to be only of comparatively telegrams past, while his fees as an attorney are
famine of bread and
desire- to help, were too pieces some potatoes
hand and reads them off to clerks
i stricken and heard their own children too were floating; she could not resist; she lite years that black ink has been almost eight said to aggregate $150,000 annually.By .
t, 1 each of whom has a special weather map his legal brethren Gen. Butler is regarded -
universal. Roman
ink red
often in vain for bread, to assist had but of the most ,
cry one feeling-that
before marks
; ; him on which he the
par- not successful
as only lawyer
and 'the inks
. of blue
gold; green, violet
; others. gnawing hunger; she took some of the ticular readings he has been instructed to ,
a but welL
financially professionally as I
and other shades ,
"If the children could be got to Kil- were not uncommon.
: > only bread and potatoes and ate them greedily.The .
'take. These afterward
It is said that eight maps are His great success in winning suits lies in
simple as is the composition -
said ,
miles distant
fri :? ; : burn, a village some dog, not accustomed to such guests,
combined in which then
y of ink one general map, the fact of his intense earnestness. lIe
"we none equal in
one of the neighbors, after the poor looked at the children full of astonish- possess
all of the weather
:, .A beauty and color to that used by the fully represents phases makes an honest endeavor to win every
; ( mother had been buried, "a brother of ment; he drew back a little, then sat an- the covered. This
throughout territory intrusted to his This is far
their father lives there, and he could not down and left them his dinner, of whichhe cients; the Saxon manuscripts written in is studied case care. a
map closely by an expert signal consideration than the emolu-
England exceed in color anything of the greater
possibly refuse to take care of them. had eaten very little. At this momentthe
officer the "storm center" located the
+ kind." ments which may accrue to him. How-
"But matters are as bad there as here", farmer stepped into the yard; he of storms deter-
t probable course coming
Butler be in
tricky political
ever may
i replied another, "and I fear they will be wished to see whether the children had Modern ink-makers will deny the mined and the "indications"made
complete manipulations, in his private relations he
superiority of the ancients but who shall
? no better off there. really left, and then he saw this singularscene. ; for the several districts.
up is scrupulously honorable. If a
"It not be than here say whether words written in the ink person
can possibly worse The dog was noted for his fierce
SYSTEM AND INSTRUMENTS USED. case in his hands which his intel-
places a
: for nothing but starvation stares them in and feared alike old and manufactured today will stand as vividly
i ness young;
Some account of the system and instru- ligence tells him one of the half a
,;-. i the face. If we send them to their relationswe he was obliged to be constantly chained.No centuries hence as those Saxon manu ments used be interesting to the associated
may dozen bright men
; scripts have stood It is difficult to young
have done our duty. We can not possibly one dared to come near him,except his see of
majority readers. The bureau '
passes with him can handle quite as well as
how the writing materials of the
keep them here. master. Even the servant the food present
i* ? put its forecasts observations bar
v to
upon as himself he tells his visitor so. "By doing
. i last this and day can be improved upon, for convenience ,
' .1r All were at agreed upon ; as before him in the most cautious manner.In .
ometer,thermometer,hygrometer,anemo- this he will lessen the attorney's -
there was a carrier, who, on the next day, the first moment the man thought of at least, setting aside the questionof
meter ather and rain
w vane, gauge, fees greatly, while your matter
ii' was going near to Kilburn, he was requested nothing but the fearful danger in which lasting inks, which the generation that made at the instant three times
same a will receive attention
as an act of charity, to take the the children were, and walking quickly uses them can not settle. Paper, rough my upon
day at all the stations. Each observer
all where associate need
and smooth, fluent ink of color that points my may
children with him. The man readily con- toward them he exclaimed any
: his instruments at 7:35 4:35p.
i inspects a. m., instruction. "Gen. Butler has a serious
' ? sented, and the neiohbors felt satisfied "Don't you see the dog? He will tear the writer may believe suitable to his
11:35 time
m. p. m., Washington to counsel in mur-
objection appearing as
that they had done all that aould be re- to But he eyes, pens as fine as a needle or as bluntas
pieces suddenly stopped,
where the bulletins made and
are up pub der trials. He greatly prefers civil suits.
a spade are all to be bought in
... quired of them. if rooted to the the had every
; as ground; dog got lished in each case one hour and twenty- He a murder case worries him. He
., j, The carrier, as agreed, came the next up again and gone near the children, then street. The great lack of the age seemsto five minutes after the observations are becomes says interested to such an extent that

day and took the two girls-Lizzie was 7 he look at his master and his be leasat once more novel and sensi-
up made-at 9 6 and la.
a. m., p. m., m., re he can not sleep or think of anything else.
ble in the record of which these service-
and 5-in his cart with him.
now Mary tail. It seemed as if he wished to say, Reliable weather
in such
spectively. prophecy requires -
He sturdily refuses. to
able materials maybe employed.-London
r f4 The timid children kept quiet and drive "
"Don't !
+ very my guests away that at least four things be known cases except where the preesure broughtto

'* close together; the carrier hardly looked At that sight a great change came over Standard. respecting the condition of the atmosphereover bear is too strong to be resisted.- ,.

f .at them. Toward noon they reached the the the before him acted
{ man; spectacle Appetite of a Condemned Prisoner. a wide area-its weight as indicatedby Washington Cor. Chicago News.

spot where the cart would turn off. The upon him like an electric shock, and feel- Any one would naturally that the barometer; its temperature, as

man lifted them out, showed them a road ings such as he had never had before suppose its of
appetite for food would fail the condemned shown by the thermometer; degree The Stunning Turnouts of Chicago.
A to the left and bade them go straight forward seemed to stir within him.
the of his execution humidity, as shown by the hygrometer,
prisoner is city
on morning Chicago certainly a progressive ,
-,,' ;if .,", and if they did not turn from the The children had arisen, terrified at the and the direction and velocity of its cur-
but it would appear that the rule is fre- and I see evidences of it every time I come
1 + nigh road they would,in about two hours, call of the man, fearful of rents as recorded by the weathervane
luently the reverse of this. He eats a here. Although over half a century be-
come to the place. He then drove off. for eaten his
punishment having against
ood supper the night before; follows it and anemometer.The hind New York in the matter of age, stillit
: The chilren sobbed out "Good-bye" and command. stood with downcasteyes.
They barometer used in service is the
vith a substantial lunch at bed-time, and our is rapidly catching up to us in the mat-
looked out after him as long as they could
At last after several minutes'
mercurial barometer in which
sleeps sound all night long. As the fatal common : ter of customs and fashions. I rememberthat
l1 see the last speck of the cart, and then since the farmer asked
W : the
the of at
varing weight atmosphere
moment draws nigh, he devours with when I was last here, three years
they both began to cry. "Are you really so fearfully hungry that is balanced the
gusto a breakfast that would prepare a laborer any given place against ago, there were only two bang-tailed
Lizzie ceased her crying first, she took do not the food?"
S you even despise dog's for hard work. I weight of a column of mercury containedin lake-shore drive
; a day's can not, horses to be seen on the ,
: y bold of her little sister's hand who had
But without waiting for an answer, he inchesin
a glass tube about thirty-three
like Victor the in
Hugo, mentally change places and I was told they were only ones
seated herself on the ground and said:
;> K : with the condemned in his last hour, butI length. At the sea-level in fair weathera the city. Now you can stand at the head
3.kIf "Get up, Mary we must not stay here if "Come in then shall have
; you s me- column of air one inch and extending hun-
suspect that something of the conditionof square of the drive at Lincoln park and see
we wish to get to Kilburn. We can not thing to eat and much like."
as as you to the limit of the atmos-
mind characteristic of the victim of upper dreds of bang-tailed steeds. The only

stop here on the road." And taking them by the hand, he led cancer in its last stages must be his as the phere weighs fifteen pounds; a column of criticism that might be made is that the
"I am so hungry, sobbed Mary; "we them into the house calling out to
the of the section and thirty
same insteadof
mercury far and that
have had to eat all supreme moment approaches. All hope is custom is carried too ,
nothing day. servant
H c : lost, apathy succeeds the alternations of inches high weighs the same; hence the banging the tails of blooded horses

; b And again they began to cry; for Lizzie "Biddy, get some hot bread and milk, conflicting emotions he felt while his case power of the air under the conditions only, every "plug" used as a saddle horseis

was equally hungry. The poor children and be quick, for these children." was fought over in the courts; the sullen- mentioned to sustain in a tube containing so treated. Then, again, a few years

had gone to bed without food the night The dog had shamed his master-the ness of despair benumbs the higher intel- a vacuum in its upper end a column of ago the turnouts to be seen on the drives

'!..w before; it was a long time since they had brute taught the man. Touched by what lectual faculties, until at last the merely mercury of the height named. It follows, were, as a rale, nothing to boast of, but it

had a full meal; the neighbors where they he had seen, the farmer was anxious to animal instincts prevail He eats his last of course, that the height of the mercurial is different to-day.

had stayed since the death of their make amends for what his conscience breakfast with the same eagerness as he column will vary with the variationsin My traveling companion remarked to

mother, had not given them any break- showed him to be a great sin. He seated clutches at the rope which suspendshim. the weight of the atmosphere, falling me while we were strolling down Michigan -

; 'a fast, as the poor people really themselves the children at the table, sat down by .-Dr. William B. Hazard. when the air is rendered light by reasonof avenue that he had never seen more

had nothing to eat. It was now dinner them, and kindly asked them their the presence of watery vapor, by excessive elegant equipages or handsomer horses

1, ?t time, but there was no dinner for them. names. Peppermint King of the World. heat, or other cause, and rising when than he had gazed on in Chicago. Still, I

"Come, Mary," at last said Lizzie, "we "My name is -Lizzie," said the eldest, Hiram G. Hotchkiss, of Lyons, Wayne the air is cold and dry, or dense from could not help noticing that the tout en-

fv'li must try to get to some house; we may "and my sister is called Mary." county, is the peppermint king of the other causes not necessary at present to semble-if I may so call it-of a stunning

perhaps get a little bread or a few pots.f .-. "Have your parents been dead long?" world, and his name has been for many enumerate. It must not be supposed that I turnout was often spoiled by the appear-

'f:, toes. If we stay here we shall starve; no "Our father has been dead two years, years kept standing in the chief market It falling barometer is an invariable pre ance of a man on the box with a slouch

: one) will bring us anything to eat here." but our mother only died last week." journals of all lands. He is 75 years old cursor of a storm; the indications of the hat on his head and often with a cigar in

r' "Oh! if our dear mother were but alive!" At the thought of their recent loss both and a native of Oneida county. About instrument are to be relied on only in con his mouth. Nevertheless, I, as a New-

.:' exclaimed the little one, getting up with children began again to weep."Don't 1878 he began buying peppermint oil of the nection with those of other instruments.AN Yorker having a proper share of local
"f difficulty. cry, children said the farmer, farmers about Lyons, and in 1841 he aban- AREA OF LOW BAROMETER. pride, must say that Chicago is making
The children weak and could kindly. "God will in one way or another in at the of
w ; t were very doned a general stor in Phelps, Ontario Suppose all the data Washington rapid progress in cultivating the graces

only drag themselves slowly along. Hand take care of you. But" tell me, now, wheredo county, which he had been keeping, and office at 4:35 p. m., and it is found that life, and is not altogether devoted to

, in hand they tottered on. Several times you come from thenceforth devoted himself to the pepper- at Nashville, Tenn., and a hundred miles money-making.--Cor. Globe-Democrat.

'..,, Mary declared that she could not go any "From Loughrea," replied the child. mint oil business. There are two or three around it in every direction there is an

, t further and sat down the road "From Loughrea asked the man, of of low barometer
S on high ; other dealers in Wayne county, which "area depression, an area Closing Scenes of a Day' Session.It .
't and it with the that "from Loughrea That is strange!" He Nashville
+ was greatest difficulty say 29.2, while around as a
controls the market in this but
began to suspect the truth and asked specialty, is now 4:50 and in a short time the
Lizzie persuaded her to and ,
get up again, center we may draw a line showing a
Mr. Hotchkiss handles the bulk of the will for
house of representatives adjourn
;. to their At last Lizzie 'fancied hesitatingly:
pursue way, high barometer, say 30.02, at Cincinnati,
The mint of the is
crop. acreage county half of the wicker-
"What is father's day.
she house and toward your name?
saw a pointed I Indianapolis, St. Louis Memphis,Atlanta,
the "Martin Sullivan," replied Lizzie. about 4,000 acres, and the total productlast backed armchairs are vacant, and the remainder
t spot. Abingdon, Va., and, Wheeling. What is
worth about Butit their
year was $120,000. of the members getting
"Now Mary, we shall soon get something "What-Martin-Martin Sullivan? he the forecast? There will be a flow of air- are
'iii r was a bad season; in a fairly good one desks to leave. of them are
claimed ready Many
jumping at the
same time
to eat; we shall find kind people up winds-inward from all points named toward
the crop is worth $250,000, which figure into bits and throwing it
there." casting a piercing look at children, I Nashville. So far practical effectis paper
: .thoroughly frightened them. His face may perhaps be put down as the expenseto upon the floor, and the 1,400 yards of car-
It took them than of the world of the colic.-Buffalo Cour- concerned, low barometer is equivalentto well
more a quarter an grew red-then tears came to his pet which cover the chamber is as
eyes- of the surface of the
4' "' hour before they'reached the farm house, at last he sobbed aloud. He took the ier. a depression upper littered as though the paper had been
; of air in which live and
f sea we ,
for such it to be. With
proved hesitating youngest child in his arms pressed her to sowed upon it with a drill. In the cloak-
of barometer is equivalent to an elevation,
The Circulation the Thunderer.
steps they approached the house, for they his heart and kissed her. The child rooms at the back of the hall are members
t .Hi bad never begged before in of their, The of The or wave, which will naturally flow down
spite circulation Timesare
; 4 struggled and called for help to her sister London slipping on their 'coats, and then slyly
; and fill the There will
a former.misery. But at this moment they she could not think what the man meant. now confined to clubs, hotels, restaurants tip depression. moving out of the door, and the only per-

could think of nothing else but their terrible Then he put down the little one and did persons who hire it to read ,. therefore, be an inflow toward Nashville son who is comparatively at ease is the

I hunger. When a few steps from the. the same to Lizzie, who took it more a very limited class of business men, and from, all points of the compass. Illinois member, who is reading away as
Like water toward hole in the
house, they heard the farmer violently she had families of exceptional affluence; but flowing a the house had just
l 2i quietly, as seen that the man calmly as though
s bottom of a tub the current of air will
scolding one of his men. Then he went the latter head
had not hurt her sister. At last he become thousands coming under opened and no one was anxious to get
into the house fiercely closed the door do take is doubt take on ,a whirling motion, and this
more composed he dried his tears not it.. It no home to dinner. Sentence after sentence,
after him so as to make the windows' cyclonic movement, which, in the north-
over-for few
and said: always glanced persons and paragraph after paragraph, he goes
+ a rattle,'continuing his abuse all the'time. q f of ern hemisphere, under the influence of
."Do you know my name, children?" actually read through its yards print the earth's rotation is from on'until it seems impossible for him to
The children terrified always rightto
and with beating "No -by the majority of peers and membersof
replied Lizzie. more.
" f hearts stood still at the door left, will go on increasing in intensity. '
i until the "How the house of commons. turned and 150 great
happened it, then, that you have Violent winds about Nashvilleat The lights are on
u I. f voice ceased. Then Lizzie opened the come to me?" he asked. "Has The effect of the new enfranchisementwill whirling squares of glass in the outer rim of the
door and both the children anyone a distance of about seventy-five miles,
entered. The sent to be to diminish its influence still the shine like amber gold
me? I paneled ceiling
! '" farmer sat in the but,a dead calm perhaps at the city itself.
by the fire.
"Nobody has sent us," replied Lizzie. I further, as the new woters know nothingof with the light of the gas above them,

. { "Well, what do you want?" he harshly "We were to go to Kilburn, where a it. While, however, its circulation de- .In suction an ordinary water whirlpool there is making the house as bright as day. Still
downward but in whirlwindthe
e .; asked the children' who were too frightened brother of our father lives, and they clines, or at best stagnates, it probably is. our the speaker continues. When the houseis
to utter a word and to tell their say suction is upward, with, of course, a
he would as an advertisement medium more valuable short and in a
gladly receive us. But I do not about vacant he stops ,
u errand. "Can't speak?" he asked than The ,London I lower barometer. The warm, damp air moved
you ,believe it, for our mother always said ever. morning about minute an adjournment has been
being thus carried by the
tiIi "Ullmore roughly. that he was a hard-hearted man, who paper having the widest circulation and there is a general rush to the cloakroom

,_ Lizzie at last took courage, and said, d9' s"'p", fns flo,- .._-: among the well-educated class 'is ,the f anal cyclonic less dense movement into the upper colder to the street cars and home.-"CaJ1
regions of the atmosphere.
", gtntJYl :
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members are very particular about their PREMIUM COPIES TO GETTERS UP OF fURNITURE FlINTS AND CROCKERY specialties. No other machine has them I I o:
baths. Some bathe in rum, some in sea M J.U AJ Mi and the new wood-work t
salt and some in sulphur." WEEKLY SUN., make the Domestic" more than ever.with- kM

"Are the baths furnished by the govern- FIVE COPIES..............................8 5.00 out question, .. t

ment free?" With an extra copy of the Week- HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE, ETC. The Acknowledged Standard' :
"Yes the sulphur the and Sun one year. .
except rum TEN COPIES............................... 10.00 Excellence.FOR .
the salt. That we have to buy ourselves,
With extra of the Weekly
and the members pay us for it. We don't Sun an one year copy, and one copy of- PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. ;j..
ask any pay, but they know that it comes the Daily Sun three months. SALE BY- i i

out of our own pocket, so they generallypay FIFTEEN COPIES....................... 15.00
us back. The government pays us our With an extra copy of the Weekly N.' E. corner Centre and Second Sts,, Fernandina, Fla.H. HENRY HOBEIN
salaries and furnishes tubs,water, towels. Sun one year and one copy of : !,
soap, combs and brushes, and such like. the Daily Sun six months. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. ;

There are five tubs for the members, and TWENTY COPIES....................... 20.00 I ,
they are most always full, and around the With an extra copy of the Weekly ,,
four tubs for Then Sun one and one of t
corner are employes. year. copy !
there's a Russian bath, where the mem- the Daily Sun nine months. 0'. ; :I : Address wanted in unoccupied territory.

bers get steamed. They can lie down THIRTY COPIES........................ 30.00 I -
there and get steamed just like oysters." With an extra copy of the Weekly DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., J
Sun: and one copy of the Daily RICHMOND, VA.MANUFACTURER .
"This is the best bath-room, and he led Sun ,il
the way into a large room at the end of FORTY COPIES.year. .......................... 40.00
corridor, where there was an immense With: an extra copy of the Weekly :R.. .A.U"STJN": :: ,
white marble tank or tub, a big marble Sun and one copy of the Daily
washstand, a shower-bath and a''big silver Sun one year, also an extra copy ... OF f
faucet that would let in a stream of of the Daily Sun for six months. .':, ." I. ': .:.: .'i'1,0";; : : '-.,:' : :: Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware t

any temperature desired in such volumeas FIFTY COpiES...... .................... 50.00 :
to fill the tub In a few seconds Overhead With an extra copy of the Weekly AND DEALER IN i';
hung a silver shower-bath appar- Sun and two copies of the Daily -

atus ature,through could be which poured water down of in any a delightful temper-- With Sun one year.SEVENTYFIVE.COPIES............ 7:>>.00 E. DOTTERERINVITES PARLOR\ R, Off CRa S IDa> d 000E sTO T VS s .

shower upon the bather. The room an extra copy of the Weekly .
is ] Sun and three copies of the :
throughout newly carpeted, and was as
warm as a feather bed. one year.
"There are two like this said the bath- ONE HUNDRED COPIES............IOO.OO 1
With an extra of the Weekly *
master, "and the rest have porcelain tubs. copy -

The employes used to have shower-baths, l Sun Sun and one four year.copies of the Daily { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES I} T:
too but let
them run all over the floor, To Europe and other Postal Union coun- I'i -
and we had to take them out." tries at $1.52 for twelve months. .
These bath-rooms are very popular. In 'i!# # # # *1

the summer, during the long session, the THE SUN, i

members go there to wash out the heatof Daily, except Sunday. EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
a long debate. The effects of dinner I

parties are often soaked out there in the Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably I
morning, and the members appear freshon Cash in Advance, Postage Prepaid on FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.I I I Ik'T
the floor of the house when the day's Subscriptions in the United .
session opens.-Washington Star. States and Canada.
r One Year..SG.00One 1\lonth..50 Cts.

Filling the Inexorable Space.A Six Months....... S.OO.Three Weeks..38 Cts.
character be ruined life Four Months.... 2.00jTwo Weeks......25 Cts. PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. j 3.+
may a .
blighted Three Months.... 1.50,0ne, Week........13 Cts.
a family disgraced and brokenup Two Months...... 1.00,] COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS,
by a tissue of lies but {
the inexorable
To Europe and other Postal Union countries ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
space of the newspaper must be filled. It 76 Cents :Month.
is true, too that :
American $
newspapers, # *H-Hr
with all their good uses are sinking the I The value of THE SUN as an Advertising FINE TEAS AND COFFEES f= WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
people into a "moral abyss." The man or Medium is. of course, in proportion to its -
the woman who opens the newspaper to immense circulation and its prices for ad- -$ -- 0 $- DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
read eagerly some dirty story about a vertising far less in proportion to the circu-
neighbor or about some other person, ia lation-the main element of value in adver- THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.NE'V AND IRON-ROOFS PUT ON. t

not in a state of"moral elevation. e tising-than those of any other daily paperof TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled.

A careless paragraph is written and for which we have knowledge.The Wind :Mills for pumping water or running ;
gotten by the man who wrote it. It may safest method of transmitting money GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. light machinery promptly erected on order.

be half true, but only half true, because by mail order.is by check, draft, or postoffice Church, Factory and School Bells for sale 1

the newspaper writer had neither the in- money Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA. at a bargain.
clination nor the time to verify it. Never 1--Stoves at Wholesale Prices. I
theless, it does its work of destruction.ew .- TERMS. All goods delivered at the various trans- t
York Freeman's JournalThe portation stations within the city free of

valuable THE BALTIMORE publication of SUN ninety-six ALMANAC pages, is a .. '.. .'.: :. '.,>. > -' .,' ..,-'",:, <. .' J '. ..'.'. charge. All sales for cash.

Opinion of a New Senator. published as a Supplement to THE SUN CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.

The new senator from New York finds about the first of each year. It is not for sale. I Fernandina, Fla.] July 12, 1884.

many of his old acquaintances here, and nor is it distributed except to subscribers of .x, 'r- .., introduce they i 1
his family renew the friendships made "THE SUN," Daily and Weekly, for whose BIG OFFER We win GIVE AWAY
when Senator Evarts was secretary of benefit it is published. Every subscriber to A 1,050 Self Operating Washing Machines. If
state under the Hayes administration. To "THE SUN," Daily or Weekly, whose you want one, send us your name, postoffice
is books the first of the and at once. The National Co.,
one who name on our Year. express .
asked .
him .
how he liked thisW ASh- .
New York.
ington life will receive a copy of THE SUN ALMANACfree : 'F '.e"1 ; 1 i 21 Dey Street,
having experienced it at different
of charge. WANTED-To work for us at their '
times and different capacities, he 87 to *1O week can be
dryly Postal Orders, Checks, Drafts, etc., are to
LADIES canvassing fascinating and t
responded: ; no ;
be made payable, and all NEWS and BUSI- Particulars and .
crosshbetween! I like a watering- "'NESS Communications addressed, to sent for stamp. Address HOME
college life and A. S. ABELL& CO.. Publishers, MAN'FG CO., P.O. Box: 1916,Boston, :Mass.WE .
Times.Place.-Washington Cor. New York Sun Iron Building, WANT SALESMEN everywhere, local
Baltimore, Md. traveling, to sell our goods. Will pay t
salary and all expenses. Write for
The Happy Days of Childhood. at once, and state salary wanted.

ing old;yes we Brother shall never Dobkins again,we know are grow the S. ENGINEER OFFICE. ") The Cabbage for the South Boston, Mass. __ _

here happy hours that childhood knows; we- ARMY BUILDING, NEW YOBK, > SON'S
January 20,188G.JTTNDER
Tommy fetch
me my slippers-we
Celebrated Fashion Catalcirae
snail never live those peaceful, careless INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE Either for home use or for,shipment to Sovrnxss MABKETS: CDCC For Spring and Sum-
days-Tom U Bureau of the War I rnttmer.138*ready Marchloth.
didn't Engineer
I tell you to bring me Depart .to address. Illustrates and lists
jny slippers-those days when the world ment, the undersigned assumes control in K every thing any f or Ladles.Gents.Childrens' .
looked all bright and joyous-excuse the name of the United States, of the Military HENDERSON'S lARLY SUMMER and Infants' wear and Housekeeping
) me, : Goods,at prices lancer than those of any
Ir. Dobkins Reservation at Point Peter, Georgia,
till I go out and trash that house In the United States. Complete
confounded the metes and bounds of which are described Matiftfaction guaranteed,money re
boy. (Returning.) As I was and recorded in the office of the Clerk of This valuable variety, as well as a full list of the most desirable funded. II. C. F. KOCH & SON,
saying, Mr. Y. .
Dobkins, we shall never, alasl Gtu Ave. & 20th St.: N. Cits.vv
never, the Superior Court, Camden County, Georgia
see childhood's "
happy hours again. Book S., Folios 509, 510 and 511. Allpersons VEGETABLE SEEDS -
-Chicago Xe\ g._ occupying any portion of said reservation .A.. JSf Ir.JI: E] :J:)

1'no Maisanan soiarefs ,or any buildings thereon erected.are I Will be found descrioed in our Manual of ErER-rrnrsn FOB THI GABDET,"which will be sent to any j TO BUY FOR CASH,
Uonal sing na- hereby notified that they will be required to address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage. .
War songs in unison only. The Russian vacate the same promptly upon the order of White and Heron Skins
aoncs are sung in four -jid SEEDSHEN & GROWERS, Egret
have parts, the Honorable the Secretary of War, or his ,
a peculiar sweetness. duly authorized agent.Q. Peter Henderson & 35 & 37 Cortlandt St., In Large Quantities. Address3L.EWISOH1T
thur free list.playgoers o! Paris, 100,000. are on Colonel of Engineers, :: : & CO.,

Bv't. Maj.. Gen'l. U. S..A.. 4Y 227 Pearl Street New York.


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''t'i THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FEBRUARY 20. 11:6.; I!i

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rU1 THE b'J IIJw.I I progress on this coast, that-the'work BOYCOTTING TIlE MALLO11Y I I possesses no superior rights 'of enforcement I
r OJIDA: I ( 1:; LINK. ,
already done at the ,entrance to except such as 'the law

f,fk 3arte' GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. Cumberland Sound has given remarkably A news dispatch is going the gives all citizens. No 'less, no more. t i

lfi results that rounds that the Knights of,Labor
r f $2 six months 81..t.rt. satisfactory ; THE FRUIT EXCHANGE.
Subscription per year;
order to the
,..;..... '1."m. the area of shoal ground consti- have issued an boycott 4 w
Office Centre and First streets,second floor Line at Galveston. Texas. The first annual meeting of the u ucyr
1 Mallory
t the ROYAL iwn
. "" :,,.,...: tuting the bar which separates Rtockholders of the Florida Fruit Exchange --
.I.. ..A."f.,Jt: BATES OF ADVERTISING. deep inland basin from the deep- The Mallory Line. it is well known,, : !/ YH
It''' r., was held at the headquartersof
: :"1"01 fu':: Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for has for, twenty years carried on the I :
insertion. water outside, has lessened several the Exchange, in this city, Astor
: 'ftj1 c&ch subsequent
i 4"Y''t: 'tm Special local notices cents a line. hundred feet, making the bar across steamship service between Galveston building, Vice-President George R.

$4 Reading notices,25 cents, a line. the channel much narrower than and New: York, to the great benefitof Fairbanks presiding. The minutes of
t tit' '. i Special rate for time advertisements upon spplitt. the last meeting having been read and
that port and Texas generally. It
and of
:,w cation at the office.Communications formerly, giving promise en-
t confirmed, the Secretary read the Gen-
- A tire when the jetties are car- now appears that the stevedores
upon all matters of local interest success eral Manager and Treasurer's reportof
.tf l J"R;ri t, solicited from all parts of the county and from ried out far enough to keep the out- made a strike in October, 1885, for the operation of the_Exchange since

!.. ;:, along the lines of Florida railways. higher although they were its to date. This
flowing currents in a channel, caus- wages, organization report
r l :'t.i All communications intended for publication than the best shows in detail the full business trans-
receiving higher :
W":, !qg. ,, should be addressed to the Editor; all business ing a scouring and constantly deep- pay
t % letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. effect. The matrasses have mechanics in Galveston at any simi- actions, and it was eminently satisfactory -
.t.;.. .. ening to the members. The General 4KIJ4G
: ::''i'" .''t't'l1 lar labor. The strike failed Mallory -
; all remained in place and the work ,
at 'f t 2' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1886. Manager informed the members that

a ;y+,' 'R.., !. done is permanent and effectual. & Co. procuring other labor at' the workings of the Exchange had

t EL: CUMBERLAND SOUND. Tried by this test, the work at Fer- the established rates. Finding themselves been more or less crippled by the

, fI .t.:" 1.t'II ..:- nandina is entitled to confidence and without employment, the lukewarmness of some of the growers,
;. ? 1 : IMPROVEMENT OF ITS ENTRANCE a few of whom appeared to be its POWDER
" f. liberal appropriations to complete it. strikers invoked the aid of the
Yt ,' } r THE FERNANDINA BAR. warmest: advocates at the start. Yet,
of Labor and the
,:,,t,4; We have heretofore, treated the Knights questionsat with all this, the Exchange had, up to Absolutely Pure.
! 'g FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.We issue were submitted to arbitra- the time
present accomplished more

t i.t\1 question of the improvement of the publish in another columnthe tion. The arbitrators decided to recommend than was expected, and had it not been THIS POWDER NEVER VARIES. A

'r 5w.rf. t1J' entrance to this port as a State and proeedings of the annual meeting 'Mallory: & Co. to give for the late freeze, the showing at the someness. More of purity economical, strength than and the whole-ordinary -

' :. National question. Such it un- I of the Florida Fruit Exchange, employment to such strikers as were end of the season would have been i kinds and cannot be sold in competi-

? f :':' douhtedly is. It is not a question held at Jacksonville on the 2d Feb- very flattering. As it is the Treasurer's tion with the multitude of low-test, short-
desirous of whenever i
employment weight alum or phosphate
''' powders.
hA;1",',:,.::.'ifi i of building up a single town or city, ruary inst. had vacancies. Few vacancies report shows quite a neat cash JZS?"Sold only in cans.
they surplus on hand. The General Man- ROYAL BAKING
Florida ofa POWDER CO.,
but of the
\ possession by
r /: The destruction of one-half of the however, occurring, the strikers became ager's report was, on motion, received. 48 10G Wall Street, New York.

:!t ./.:t : deep sea harbor for the transportation crop of oranges in Florida by the dissatisfied and joined ,the :Major George H. Norris then moved

r l of its products and the dlstnbu.j'f:1t' January freeze has shown the valueof Knights of Labor and then demanded that the meeting proceed to elect a
;" tion of the vast quantity of supplies board of directors to serve for the ensuing -
; : this crop to Florida as exhibitedby that they should be rein-
,. : :: required by its people."re have year. $250WILL
\ ;; j-c. the sudden withdrawal of 50
r" 4'-'' -" .; percent stated, under a pretense that the Mr. William H. Stanton moved that

,.fIqR* .' +h never given place to any invidious only of the crop. Every class agreement referred to the few men the chair appoint a committee to select

ft $ J. comparisons of the importance of are, :more or less, affected by it- who were employed on the/dock at the nine members to compose the BUY A

. ;, our own harbor over other Florida board of directors. This motion be-
ft f. the railways, steamship merchants the day of the agreement, no vessel GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEAD,
f ,. ; l harbors but have contended for ing carried, the following committeewas
: business men etc.
} being then in port. The usual number AT
I: '.J {t' equal justice to others as well as to of the Fruit duly appointed :
The formation Exchange
# of employes was about 140, of Damon Greenleaf, of Duval county; FRED W. HOYT & GO'S

;ie-\, ..'11*:'... ,.. the important work which we have was a wise move on the part whom only about 40 were so em- Isaac Stone, of Volusia ; F. G. Sampson FURNITURE STORE,

/;,. ..!...'. advocated. of the fruit growers of Florida. ployed. of :Marion ; J. H. Paine, of Du-
'" \ ;.' for the bar at Fernan- val B. M. Baer of Duval. CENTRE STREET.
,4, > speaking : ,
While the extent of the
+'t1", crop was The Knights of Labor on. the 30th
This committee retired and in few
'I advance a
been to
dina we have laboring -
"' 1 the value of it in market
increasing January, declared' a boycott against minutes returned and proposed the
: Bradford and
la; t; 1 the interests of seemed decreasing. Not from the :Mallory & Co. The boycott, a term following members as a board of di-

i, ; : 1)j Clay, Alachua, :Marion, Sumter, Her- too great increase of the crop, but imported from abroad, is a noticeto rectors: SASH DOORS
:' : nando Levy and all the great producing Damon Greenleaf of ,
t.: : because of the evils and uncertainties all merchants railways shippers Duval county ; -A.ND-
F of East Florida be- E. Stanton of
; r counties William Putnam ; Geo.
its and
: attending transportation
1 etc., not to ship or receive goods by R. Fairbanks, of Nassau; F. G. Sampson BLINDS

extending! : the unreliability of many of the con- the :Mallory Line, under penalty of of Marion ; George H. :McKee, of ,

#:;';. :.. '?,.,. signees. It is the judgment of many- the withdrawal of all patronage. Sumter; M. J. Doyle, of Orange ; Geo. AT FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.
1 '" a single city or commercial port, but H. Norris of Volusia C. G. Crane of
;! of the most experienced and largest trade and labor from such as refuseto ; ,

4'; \1( to build up the interests and commercial growers that the results of the par- obey their mandate. Duval; B. M. Baer, of Duval.

y '' tl. of the' On motion of Mr. Isaac Stone the
,, prosperity larger portion -
"J: {:! tial operations of the Exchange have The question that naturally arisesis
Secretary authorized to cast the
of the State which was
*. depends
+" j now
p. been in the highest degree beneficial, well stated by a correspondent of unanimous vote of the meeting for the

1 f/l/ !,';. in a great degree on the artificially not only to those who shipped the Galveston News, as follows : above named gentlemen. This being TOURIST: HOUSE,

"ffj....1!, 4Vi ; : .... :Improved harbor of a sister State. through the Exchange, but to others For the rest considered upon its own done they were declared elected. The FERNANDINA, FLA.11irNO'"W" .

i? >::\ ,3r: It was, therefore, with regret that who derived the benefit upon the merits, or, more aptly speaking,its demerits, new board then retired for the purpose -

;rl'* -we learned that a narrower and more the boycott is alien to America. It' is neither of electing officers for the ensu-
| market of the of the Ex
f operations OPEN a
selfish view had been advanced and native to the soil nor naturalized. It is ing year, Mr. J. H. Paine having been
>;; .... The work of the
f change. Exchangehad
f' }; | twin-brother to the strike. The vital prin- appointed chairman pro tem. During
H.\\--r; :, t advocated by our esteemed cotempo- really been but just begun to be ciple of both is the insolent and arrogant the absence of the directors the vege- NEWLY FURNISHED. First-class AND accommoda PAINTED

?!% '. -"*;,.i.1'' nary, the Times-Union. We are satisfied felt when the freeze came. At the claim of right to meddle with other peo- table question was freely discussed by tions.

F(:. .. ."'c,..... : now, as we have always heretofore sales just preceding the freeze the ple's affairs and direct them how they shall Messrs. Stockton, Lanier, Burbridge, TERMS $2.00 PER DAY.
.I I their business. If the Wilson Stone and several others. The
't" :' 'u expressed ourselves I that the manage own asser- ,
,; ,
; )
market had made a decided advance jpS-Special arrangements by the week or
tion of such'cl ainl is resisted, it is attemptedto Secretary stated thst the board of
interests of the work of im-
: ? public
,, ; 1 under the auction system it had in- be enforced by the terrors of proscription directors, at a meeting held in Octo- month.'V.. G. ELLENWOOD,

t ;I/ ,l.,} provement in Florida can best be augurated in the eastern cities, anda and other device born of the secret league. ber, had fully decided to handle vege- 10 Proprietor.

; > .\ : :, advanced by a generous support and large portion of the fruit from Neither the claim nor the devices adopted tables. Mr. Burbridge then offered Il6r GRAND OPENING

; '1\ union of effort; that our Representatives for its enforcement will be tolerated in a the following resolution, which was
i the best to the
was pledged
.. ... groves
.t did the THE-
free country. Americans not escape adopted: -OF
in should not be
!. t : ,5'
,1 Exchange, and would have gone dominion of the king to surrender their Resolved, That the action of the

}t., .; embarrassed by apparently? conflicting forward undor its auspices. The liberties to the hydra. board of directors, in deciding to C IO CENT e STOREYS CEHT e l

: fl : claims and interests; that the complaints so prevalent heretoforeof They have been bred to believe that they handle shipments of Florida vegeta-

!4 < Committee on Rivers and Harbors have the right to life, liberty and the pur- bles, be cordially endorsed.The -
*' ; loss of fruit in transit and loss by BARGAIN PRICES THAT DEFY EVEN
; fk..i suit of happiness; and it will be a very serious board of directors then
lJ'; ; r should not be urged to make discriminations returned -
have not been heard this
of attempt
undertaking for any set men to and : Fairbanks
Major an-
between improvement '
J:4 lm one public season, and the average price ob- to unlearn them. They rememberthat nounced that the following'officers j ABOVE 25 CENTS.
and another in the State NOTHING
V V*'?I .v*< tained, at least by those who shipped since time immemorial they and their had been elected for the ensuing year: see our sayings backed up

: I but should, be left to act upon the through the Fruit Exchange sires have exercised the right to work for President-George R. Fairbanks, of with solid proofs and plain black and white
5:4fl: ; : official reports before them, made by whom they pleased and employ whom they Nassau county. figures, at the OLD POSTOFFICE BUILD-
fifty cents box better than last.
per pleased and what they pleased withoutthe
*; t', I competent and impartial public offi- I pay President-George H. Norris, ING,Second Street, near Centre.
constituted of
guardianship: any
cers, as to the merits of the ,respective year.What the Exchange needs to make l I man or body of men; and they do not for- of General Volusia Manager county. and Treasurer
works. get that this freedom of action was acceptedas
; it a complete success is that the' A. M. Ives, of Jacksonville. .
; Our in the lower the right of mankind and assumed as HOMOEOPATHIC HYDROPATHIC
Representatives AND
Secretary-M. P. Turner of Jack-
i fruit-growers, in their own interest, indisputable and axiomatic by the divine PHYSICIAN,
t. House of Congress where the bill sonville.
.r : give it the control of the larger por- Law-giver nearly 2,000 years ago, when he Has permanently located at Fernandina,
originates ,and receives its shape, tion of the fruit which is put into the mouth of the lord of the vine- Auditor-R. Whitner, of Orange and offers his professional services to the

tilt, must naturally desire impartially shippedout yard the memorable words which ,consti- county. people of this place surrounding country.
f of the State. Whenever this is These appointments were approved. Diseases of children a specialty.
tute the divine magna charta of human Tourist Hotel.
represent their whole constituency. PJCan be found at the
done the Fruit Exchange will be i The following resolutions were then
: We know that in this spirit they able to regulate prices and create a "Is it not lawful for me to do what I will introduced by Dr. J. H. Paine, and I 11D -
r will labor to carry out the recommendations steady demand from dealers at uniformly with mine own?" were unanimously carried:
t., of the Engineer-Iepart-. It would be a very onerous tyranny Resolved, That ''the thanks of the GERMAN PHYSICIAN,
good prices without the
con- Association. tendered to the pressof Specialist of Chronic Diseases. Asthma
h ment, and to secure as large an ap if organization of laborers -
stant fluctuations which are caused any ,the State for their generous and perfectly and permanently cured within two
propriation as they can for the several or others should undertake, or endorsement of the in
by overshipments to some markets almost unanimous weeks. Male and female diseases cured

4 i( .. works, and a full share for their and the efforts ,of the irresponsibleor be able to control, the choice of an efforts and purposes of -the Florida short time. Consultation free.

x. 1g : State in these necessary and valuable unsubstantial commission American.citizen as to the .labor he Fruit Exchange, whereby already Office hours from 7 to !9 a.m.and 3 to G p.m.

M ,., works of improvement. They men to shall employ the wages he shall great good has been effected, and Office, footof Centre St., Swann Building
dispose of their. ,
consignments to through which greater good in the future -
will work together, we have no or the ,tradesmen he, shall do Notice.to TaxPayers.I .
realize to pay, -
I something freight and reasonably be expected.
a doubt to this end. Mr.: pay may am now ready to receive the State and
a Dougherty'szeal business with. When labor organi-
; charges.We Resolved, That the management of County taxes assessed upon the real and

z'. 4 and energy, to justify the confidence are glad to know that the Exchange zations do this they are not main- the Exchange thus far meets our most personal property in the county of Nassau
% reposed in him by his cordial and endorsement.In Fla., for the year 1885, and can be found at
constituents but approval
,t i is determined to in taining their own rights, are my office,in the store of Mr.Emil O.Friend,
and Col. Davidson's well persevere- intrenching the rights of oth- putting the last resolution before corner Centre and Third streets every Wednesday -
the work it upon
good has undertaken, the : Fairbanks and Saturday,when not on a collecting
known tact and success in lookinoafter meeting, Major paid a
7 In this instance it that
0 and hope it will receive the cordial ers. appears tour in the
tribute to the uniform county.WARREX
; glowing courtesy -
rr F. SCOTT.
the interests of Florida
t give
support of all the fruit-growers in the stevedores were New York men,. ,untiring zeal and faithful effortsof Collector of Revenue, Nassau County.

a t us assurance that the'work' will be Florida. and not only undertook to regulate the management to make the Exchange Fernandina, Fla., December.7, 18&3.

well attended to. the rate of wages in Galveston, but a success. Shoes, Shoes!

It :is very gratifying' to learn Moody and Sankey are drawingsuch to control the business men, merchants The meeting was a large and inter- Again arrived,a new stock of Gent's. Ladies'

i ,, from the report of General Gill- large crowds in New Orleans esting one, and the members are more Misses' and Children's Shoes. Theyare
I laborer is
L 0". that the Washington Artillery Hall, etc. The worthyof than ever interested ''and determinedto of the finest quality and neatly made.If .
f i ; v, more, the'accomplished' Chief Engineer where they have their meetings, will his hire. He is entitled to fair, make the Exchange a any one can undersell me I want to knowit

t ..' of the public works in not begin to hold the throngs. wages when, he earns them, but he -Times-'Unton.' permanency., to,,as date.I haven't heard of a single W. J.instance LOHMAX.up

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e MARTJ) SPECIAL: : : : : NOTICE.: : : '

f I 1 I I M. DOWNEY ({ DRY GOODS IN 18861 \II\\ Il m 1l 11 J.&T.KYDDHAVE !!

Has now opened his large and extensive I'I
stockDRY of Foreign and Domestic to I II'' '. ORDER TO MAKE. ROOM FOR THEIR SPRING STOCK. ,

GOODSAND !j i Il .
-- .;.'{.. ." We have just received from the North and East an ;

GROCERIES immense stock of ,:.:
FAMILY .i Prints and Domestic Goods. r

u GOOD PRINTS at 4 Cents. BEST PRINTS at 5 Cents. : :
French and English Cashmeres, Merinos,
Alpacas, Delaines,Satines, Lusters, Prints, 50c. Dress Goods, 30 25c. Dress Goods, 20 : '
Seersuckers,a choice lot of Family Blan- Hats Caps, Boots and Shoes,
kets,Flannels all colors(Red, Blue, 15c.II 10 10c.II 6 : Ii
White, Brown, Olive, Opera, etc.,) ;
Irish Linens, Towels Napkins. k and in fact a full line in every Department, of the

Doileys of,beautiful Table Linens design and and Covers @Io. LATEST DESIGNS; and as we are able to buy A GREAT BARGAIN IN BUCK SILKS, $1 fl-YflRDj i,

finish Irish and Hamburg
Edgings, Embroideries, WARRANTED TO WEAR; SEND FOR SAMPLE. i '
Laces and Shawls,

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.. 55 Bush of business prevents our naming specialties. JSS*Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ''I; .
Brochee(plaid and all- .r All we ask is a trial Call and examine our stock ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. ;
Wool), Broadcloths, Doe elsewhere. '
skins, Satinet Jeans. Cotton '.' before purchasing J. &: T.Northeast XYCC: : :
Flannels::, White Goods, Shirt- :. I6r No trouble to show goods at :MODE 8R0'S.MODE : i
ings,Sheetings,Gents' Furnishing .j corner Centre and Third Sts., I
Umbrellas, Boys ;
Goods, Hats. Caps
and Gents'Suits of latent style and fin-' .' l.:, .'.. f j I NEW YORK OFFICE83''Valker St. }} FERNANDINA, FLA. : i :
ish,Trunks,Valises,Satchels, Ladies and $if'' It.
Gents' Shoes,Gaiters, Hosiery, Ladies and 'j; ,Jt .
Children's Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear, J'i i


.to TAB: _"C"ABY 23, 1886. Tn I ;

BRO'S (00. \.J.l. Ii'
My prices are positively below those of any house and fully ;
:Mattings, Bugs, Oil.Cloths, etc. W 15 to 25 per cent less than those or any credit ,

I concern. I want the money down; they give yon thirty and :,
Also a nice line of Crockery Queen's t"I [
China Ware, Goblets,Tumblers, Bowls, sixty days in which to pay, and make up for the pttty privilege by ,0 '
Ewers, Basins, Butter Dishes, etc. \>l charging you ten')"ears' compound interest. And yet people insist ."a
I (m II LEADERS OF LOW PRICES !j lr, O upon calling this nonsense. 0 '
-::::: I To those who have not bought of me, I would ask their inspec-

Furniture, Chairs Tables, Spring O tion to convince them that I give the BEST GOODS for the money. lJ 'I.m .

Bolsters and Pillows,
Beds Mattresses
and a,great variety not mentioned here. < Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. "- -vv r. :r.... c> 1VL .A. N, Tnr1

All the above WAS-purchased by the Proprietor CORNER SIXTH AND ASH STREETS. Y.I. y
York, at the
VERY IOWEeSTtIFIGURES, and will be -
sold at a small living profit FOR CASH. .
Having been established in East Florida CHEAP FOR CASH AT W. J. LOHMAN'S.GENERAL .

since 1853 and in this city since.1801,I hope
und expect to receive a large 'share of the PAUL FUNKE'SDRY .
public patronage,and will endeavor to make

--THE CITY MART ++++++++++++++++++++++++++, ++++++++++++++++++.,-+++++++
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in the future, as in the past, one of the most
popular Stores in the city. GOODS EMPORIUM

I offer my best thanks M.for DOWNEY.past favors. I I: CHARLES V. HILLYER, ;

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I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortmentof
JEWELRY STORE Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-consisting of Col- > FLORIDA: :: SER.: : -VXCEI. .
J* #i ored Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Blankets are among ,0
my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety;
Offers for the approaching Holidays a fine STEAMSHIP LINE 1

: assortment of Solid and RolledaEwELFt-yo PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS, sI-TEEJEDY SAILINGS_ .

Ladies and Gentlemen'sGold Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
Feathers, Satines, PiquEs, Ginghams, and in short everything to
be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special
J Silver Watches ,
attention is directed to my large and varied assortment of


Silver Ware in Large Variety, MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING, .1

which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at "4 ,
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PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at one- ,
REASONABLE RATES. half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear and (r'fl
No Furnishing Goods of every description. S. ..... .
Fancy Prices to Pay for Style. 's..>:r .... ";1'

:7 Call and examine my stock. HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES
WM. LAKE, Proposed oaitirigs. for February and March.
for Men, Ladies and Misses: of all sizes,at low prices. In Domestic -
Centre Street. Steamers leave Pier 20, E.R., at 3 p.m. Steamers leave Fernandina. p.m.
Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and I will not be
,Nov.14,1885.V. undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties.. CARONDELET..Friday. February 12th.: Wednesday, February 17th.
\ Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEFURNISHING CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..........Tuesday, February 10th. Saturday, :February 20th. !
K. BAUKNIGHTv STATE OF TEXAS..Friday, February 19th. Wednesday, February 24th.
AGENT, CARONDELET...........................Tuesday, February 23d. Saturday, February 27th.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GOODScomprising CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..........Friday, February 26th. Wednesday March 3d.
BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, STATE OF TEXAS....... ...........Tuesday, March 2d. Saturday, March 6th.
ANDDealer everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
in Ice call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
1-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. J ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.


Alachua Street between Second and Third, freight,passage rates,and schedules or further information,apply to

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Orders anti estimates from a distance carefully H. MALLORY & CO.,

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4 : : THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FEBRUARY 20. 1886. _' ,. a:<. ,,_,

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; 14: a: GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff'-G. W. Epperson, Lake Butler. I MADISON COUNTY.' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. = .,.-"- !
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, Collector of Revenue-Bunbeny Haynes, ::: =: f I .
[ County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon Madi- O.- :2.5( _Js
United States Officers.LAND Starke. son. -- () i >
iQ'Iit'i11tt. Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill, Lake t'otice'to ,TaxPayers.Notice "cc = ::;Ej
:{;: : OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff S. A. Parr more, ''' -
r Regl.Jter-L. A. Barnes Gainesville. Bti r. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison is hereby given to the Tax-Payers "Q" ::: = t
tt r BREVARD COUNTY. Schools Samuel of the City of Fernandina that I am now -- !!
Superintendent of J. ;
\it; 1 + : Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Perry, : 5 ; Q0
t ready to receive the taxes assessed fill --Q
[n James A. Madison. : municipal -
: '1 Surveyor-GeneraL-J. F. McClellan. County Judge- McCrory, City 5'-5 cw
Sllit l'1'i.i Point. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. purposes: for the year 1385, at theMayor"s (:; ;= S"r 5 tr. *.
. 'ff: DISTRICT COURT. office, on Third street.C. UJr.Q: ? ,
#! ....H. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of RC1enueV.. Wadsworth, .- <
'"i : wy.< Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff M. E. English, Titusville. Madison.., J. WESTBEKO, a..o :::: .-... O:." ,
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.' > ; Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. F. Heed,Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY. City Tax-Collector. R .::'g rw

?pre, ...;ffT Clerk-Philip Walter,.Jacksonville. Superintendentf Sctools-John H. Laws, Fernandina, Fla., Jan., 28,1886. :3-: ::: ETs cDnj 0
11t G. Webb Manatee., .
County Judge-John -..
INTERNAL REVENUE. Cit.r'.Point. : ; -- g =
'" Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee. 1.IJQ
Notice to Contractors. I
'CALHOUN. Ra -r:: 1
f{ +A Collector-S. C. Thompson-, Jacksonville.COLLECTORS Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. .re.. : :; '< S.tJ:
: Proposals will be received by the undersigned -.I''n
:" : OF CUSTOMS. County Judge William Clark. Collector E. Carlton -rw
:f .l1 4 of Retenue-Henry until -c. :: < :-:
t"' !tf2' a'H' Wednesday evening at 6 < Q
Clerk-James S. Fannin. Fo
,r!. .'!; John W. Howell, Fernandina. o'clock, February 3d, for grading Broome Q 2:1
{ ,. Edwin Jacksonville. Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of School.sFelix J. Seward :'-: -e-' : :
: Higgins, .
j. Treasurer-J. P. Richards. street across the marsh between Seventh ,-j. -.-... >4 I
rrr< t' John F. House, St. Augustine.State Pine Level.: and (ooa: w.0 l
. Eighth streets.
Specifications can be
. ,. ::1 Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. MARION COUNTY.County obtained Z: :.-': _CT3 HO
on application. ,
of Schools W. G. Coxwell.
Superintendent tI ii5 3 *
ttGittl.t r Officers. Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. JAMES McGiFFiN ,2<: (-DC) 13 *
p =d4
L\.1>,'t 'to CLAY COUNTY. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Chairman Street Committee. 3: c*.c., 3 S.r Q

t if t. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E. T. Williams:: Ocala. Fernandina, Fla., Jan. 28,188G.Notice. -..,'< o rJJ ?.I..... cfl .1
4 s of
t ;: I Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. UJ 1++
r. 'at.G f: : Lieutenant GOt'ernor-\Iiltou H. Mabry, Clerk-G. N. Bardin. Green Cove Spring. Ocala. --. ._.
. i ",& Y Leesburg. .Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools M. L. Payne, ALL WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN : So o*::; g 8Q I

tl 4 .: 1f..J Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort :McCoy. : TO Notice is hereby given that I have been .f <=-> Er 8(5THE '
... Collector RetenueJ.. Wilson, Green ;'j -
:.;;1 lahassee. MONROE COUNTY. appointed Administrator of all and singularthe M tj8
;; I' fi Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of, Schools-Geo. W. Hall, goods, chattels, rights and credits of .o -::::.;:::;.' ,, ;; County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. y.
Treasurer-E. S. CrIll.J' McRae. JOHN C. deceased ..... 5 (r:; tJ: Q
I. a".:. n',4,. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. SNOWBALL, ) and all ..... :: ..
?: I.\.;r, t.:: Attorney-General :I. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A..Demerritt;Key West. creditors of said'estate, legatees, and persons :: < n0cn:-= :

. .)y!t".s"'IjjI' .."' see. County Judge--W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, entitled to distribution are notified to present it==. :.:.."... Q fnc>;

-:.I'l J f# Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell.ca Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. their claims and demands, duly attested =.... ... ::"UJ 1.IJ Z r
\ Superintended of Public Instruction J. Sheriff G. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key within two years from this date, and .0 g Z

'. }-.; ,). .:'s: Russell, Jacksonville.AdjutantGeneralDavid. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. that the same will be barred unless exhib- -j vn 0:2 ;coo:!.
Lang. Superintendent of Schools W. A. Sheffield, ited within said period aforesaid.C. Q py

mm; SUPREME COURT. Lake City. NASSAU COUNTY. A. SNOWBALL. .... .tj; .., 't:1 tI.: ...... >
DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Administrator estate of John C. Snowball, tI 10 ":_::ctj
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Ju.'ftice.-Geo. G. McWhorter. <:
Chief -
?t ": dina. deceased. c CD....

Jj__!Tallahassee.! County Clerk-T.Judge-Allen W. Faulkner.E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Hart's Road, Fla., December 29th, 1885. a::: Z0 o..-.. __-..M.... U2
John A. Ellermann dec29 6w
Sheriff Fernandina. ::
i. <.:;;'.. \ Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff Wm. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer. 7'o ag o.:.>
f' ..,. -. Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. ?:
...i : nandina. In Justice's Court. :: U2
; ": 1i ='!'F Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. o: .:.:.z
: Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott.. Fer- GEO. S. WILSON, Agent, 1) Claim, $58.00. :: .
: i CIRCUIT JUDGES. nandina.
t./t: DUVAL COUNTY. versus \ Bond, $116.00.
.h. ,: .fiS} ::- First Circuit-Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, \v F. ANSLEY: AND W T IFE.) Attachment.Y .

.: ) sacola. sonville. Evergreen. OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
':!< : Q. ; Second Oi.cuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan- writ of attachment has been issued
r..ttr,,' ,..: ,"J.1.. : see. D. Holland Jacksonville. dina. ':
Sheriff Henry
r. .N .. ," against you, and your property attached, to
';f. + :.: :? Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison.Fourth Assessor of Tzxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. satisfy the demand of Geo. Wilson, Agent.

;: : > Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. amounting to $58.00. Now, unless you shall ,

;!: c; u' ..,. I ville. ,Collector of Revenue-Closes .1. Brown, I Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. I appear before W. S, Livingston, a Justice:: of ) i iI
F. Gaines- i
',-4' JI, Fifth Circuit-Thomas King, Jacksonville Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- the peace in and for Nassau County, on I ,
,,r f..::3:, ville. Superintendent of Schools-William H. Bab- lando. March 1st, A. D. 1886, being the appearance

t.-'; ">:, ):;: Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Sctools-John T. Beeks, day for said month, judgment will be ren-
.t rz Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford.
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.\. ,,.'!;. t ESCAMBIA. Orlando. pered against you, and your property soldto
'iti I. .'./ "; I J. O. the debt.
. 1. County Judge-Walter Tate. Sutveyor- Fries, Orlando. pay
;1' ;t .' Court Calendar. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. GEO. S. WILSON, Agent,

,'j 4'' ,;:, .f rf "'. FIRST CIRCUIT. SheriffJoseph'Vilkins.TreamrerJ. POLK.. Plaintiff. .>...j ,,.
,.",: z t i'*;)*,: Fall Term- S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A.- Fortner. Fernandina, Fla., January 29, 1885. 2m '

" ': "'. f.: { Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. -

I. \ :'.....JE...: Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff W. H. Jonson. In the Circuit Court, J
iJ:',; Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Treasurer-F. F. Seville. < -, '
1t 41 .; .t'> in October. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis.
Ir;cf '..tt; Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools John Snoddy. COUNTY, FLORIDA. '.,
6 f 1\--\: ='-' in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins.

LL' ,)tl ,l Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. GEORGE W. BAER
i,. Ii-t'ter October. Trea.lurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-T.S.Houghton, Palatka. )I In Chancery.'

lI..1 '$;1,:; &c1. Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. ClerkW.. F. Forward, Palatka. MARY ANN vs BAER }/ Order, Divorce

: : : :': This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. ,,
:..tP... t. f 10, 1879, and does not change the. GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. It appearing from the affidavit of George 't
t Term. H. Baer, the complainant in the above suit. .';.i : ,'
f '; Spring :1
j tY J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, : ,
/ t THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge Palatka. that defendant, Mary Ann Baer, is absent
1M{ R' 1".t.\.4" Spring Term- Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. from said State, and resides in the Districtof
;: f ; after 1st in Sheriff-Thomas :Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. Columbia-
# Taylor 1st Tuesday Monday
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v'i'1' ..II' .(:,, April. Trea.mrer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. Now, therefore, it is ordered that said defendant -

,jf."j:; ': :l:nmr'T' Madison, 2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff-B. A. Tucker, Perry. Mary Ann Baer,' appear and
I .*; Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. answer or demur to complainant's said bill

'$tt' Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner of complaint, filed in said Court in the FLORIDA1COWNIMPROVEMENTCOMPANY
: 4,l ., in I Perry.County. county of Nassau on or before the first
49, ; .Ai""ij' Olu11bia,3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Monday in February, being the first day of

l.Jdl\'J; .-/t. in. April.! Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County SunClor-D. N. Cox, Perry. said month, 1866, and that this order be

r: 'i4" c".J, < Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Re1cnue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. published in the Florida Mirror a newspa-

.... ,, ,'.". \ .. -in April. Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. per published in said city of Fernandina, Fernandina,
t t.. ""t" ;"3 Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, County Judge Tjhn Chain. county of Nassau, for four consecutive

;r ( :. i! Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. Clerk-R. It. Suepard. weeks. Towns on R. R. Line.
: HERNANDO COUNTY. Witness Hon. James M. Baker of
;:, ;-J ,'-r .. ., October. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. Judge
k j:..1 ;; 'J Madison 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of RevenueV. J. Williams. said Court and the seal thereof, this 31st And Cedar Key.

{a;.::'.' .:. .:)t Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law. Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. day of December, A. D. 1885.

1 ":\L1':, :$ Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY. JOHN A. EDWARDS,
i(' + !:;.r i in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto. Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla.

f!' :' '!!": ,,1. Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Mondayin Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Fernandina, Fla., January 2, 1886.
-.,'1 '" October. xille. tine.ClerkBartolo Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
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;' .: !+!' Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

t.-;' ''. .....'..11( .A... in October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine An OrdinanceFor number of the most eligible and desirable
.,,?J; Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Fixing the Rate of Assessment Taxa-
p4/ 't .;.. s" FOURTH CIRCUIT for
:t:':,:, .,......;; ;. Spring Term- IIILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. St. Augustine.Superintendent. tion far the Year 1885. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
County Judge T. A. Carruth. of Schools-Peter S. Arnau
l: ,'" :::4p-\1. St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. ,
\ .: .> i Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY City or Suburban Residences,
a BE
..: ': .adford,1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. of Fernandina, That, for the
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.;'t q '. ', .l,.4e"J Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, purpose of meeting the current expenses of UPON EASY TERMS.
,. '* ': ::' 'f-"t Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. said city, and the past due indebtedness

: ,. \: i Duval, 1st Tuesday in May.ffrjr H. Brown ell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Suraterville. thereof, for the year 1885; also, for the pur-
County Judge-A.
Liberal Discounts Values allowed
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Collector Works and
';r:' : I Fall TermSt. Clerk-T. H. Pitman. of Revenue-I. N. Withers, Lees- pose establishing a Fire
,., John's 2d in September. burg.Superintendent. Protection, there be raised by levy the
;'" \ ',. 2 Tuesday Sheri, -Thomas N. Ellis. upon parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
': 4.;: :" '' Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Trea.lurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of Schools-C. F. Venable, real and personal property "of the city, as I
1 ''f Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Sumterville. assessed, a tax of thirteen ((13)) mills on the ..
L" 4 Collector Revenue William Tucker.
; of rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
..t it Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Schools Whitnell SUWANEE COUNTY. dollar as follows : For current expenses,
Superintendent of Curry.
:i in nine ((9)) mills : for past due bonds, one ((1))
f t ? g Nassau, 3d Tuesday October. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. substantial
: erty purchased improvements
2 mill and for water and fire
'.. .t "' h.J Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. supply protec-

+ristl! :wv : ;*1.f''O.l, i'VK.'.:: ?;). FIFTH CIRCUIT.Spring County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. tion First, three reading((3)) mills.December 16th. for residence, or in which to conduct their
.1: Clerk Fral) .11iilips.
"ill' :ft.-t: .I.erm- Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions,
Second December 16th.
Sumter 3d Tuesday in March. 'Sheriff AndrewScott.treasurerJames Live Oak. reading,
i : ::i Third and December 16th.G. business.
Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. .' ,E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A. W. Mizzell, reading passed,

1. : ,).t;= Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in .Collector of'Revenue.-John B. Anderson. Welborn. F. AVERY, INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTURERS -
of Council.
..... ti; .\:: March. *'t'h ; -n ,'", Superintendent of Schools!', --Samuel J. Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames .
J < Attest: GEO. E. WOLFF,
y::i. L;,; { Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in ". -JEFFERSON.. \ H. Chandler, Enter- City Clerk. by exemption for a term of years from

:'( "'J'I March. .t... ., .i, r.c'!!.>... Coutity; Judge? --\ '. B.!Lamar, Monticello. prise. Approved : W. H. POPE.
n: F1'"..:t: t:. Alachua! 4th Tuesday after .Tuesday -D..B.:1JifdYonticello.. : Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. janl 4w Mayor. taxation, offered by the several cities and

.:;H, -:....1 fe-a: in April. ,Cla ::'V. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise.
4? (. trItQ; Fall Term- ,h. Superintendent: 'of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. towns. Apply to
; : Sumter, 1st Tuesday.in October.Marion Monticello., u- v Superintendent of School*-B. F. Fox, New CHAS. W. LEWIS

!! 1 q 3d Tuesday in October., County Trea.mrer-'Y.'Y. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. Fernandina.
; Putnam 2d Tuesday in November.
i.rwi# .
1 ticello, WAKULLA COUNTY.County
Levy, 4th Tuesday in, November.'. ". v, ;. ,Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- vm. ,SB* Office, Duryee building (up stairs),
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. Judge-R. S. Smith. corner Centre and First streets.

*Vfc,, I 'iki 1 (;* in November. >1fjt ,= Sheriff Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. -

'' J" !'i'I".:+ SEVENTH CIRCUIT. ,. ,,;LAFAYETTE nr -. ; COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. The Best Newspaper in America,
ikl'" :I Term- .County J Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
t Spring \ : *v dge.r..T.Chessen, New Troy. and
*i < Crawfordville. by far the Most Readable.
U J"tii' Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff-C. Bf Weathersby.

t-. F U. Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal McAlpin: New Troy. County Trea.mrerW. W. Walker, Craw- Agents wanted everywhere to .
earn .
; Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent&hools-J Ramsey ew fordville. ; :. : ; :- '... xr' .
}... Dade,3d Monday in April. Troy. Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- money in distributing the Sun's Pre- "
"- Ii } fall Term- Treasurer A. L. fordville. miums. ." -,-
MlHi County Morgan, New ;
'J 1*=... Orange, 2d Monday August. Troy. WALTON. "
\. t, : Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. Daniel McLeod Sr. The most interesting and advanta- .
County Judge- ,
; k:' Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. offers ever made by News- .
Clerk D. G. McLeod.SheriffJohn geous ,
?: ;..J iI' t.; Dade, 2d Monday in November.' LEON COUNTY. /- C. McSween. paper. any ,; .(. :z4: .,<;: ,

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Treasurer-James. Bowers.
''t.i 11: County Officers. County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. No Subscriber ignored .
A. Pearce Collector of Retenue-'V. B. McLeod. or neglected. .': it '" '

: ,*,,)i k 1. ALACIiIIA.I Sheriff-John Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee., Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. Something for all. ,. .;-.!, ',-r, \' .

I, .J h County Judge Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in /-.,.
it t : i ville. Tallahassee. .
r' Standard Gold and Watches/Valuable .1- '1' -.<:
j Clerk-S. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Trea.mrer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ....
.ir.'i f.:1: Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-c. C. Pearce, Talla- Cl.erk-IJ. D. Melvin. Boob, the Beat Family Sewing Machine J =' :': .

.H 't Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gainesville. hassee. Shcriff-S. W. Davis. known to the trade, and an unequaled list ', :

.: I!'Io t M i LEVY COUNTY. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. of objects of real utility and instruction. pry.
( \\' Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats Collector of Rct'enue--John Roche. ;;;
\ 1 Olerk-J.. Barco, Bronson. .. .".
l; r h Gainesville. Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Bush. Rates, by Mail, Postpaid: -; -

ffi > BAKER COUNTY. Collector DAILY, Year without $600 < :
RelenueYo Sunday
J: of H. Anderson, per ) I
y. r# J.!r County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. DAILY, per Month(without Sunday) 50 \

}; Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-Jus. .P. DePass, LUCY COTTAGE SUNDAY, per Year I 100 .
Sheriff J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. I I
.; 1 Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 700 II I
I Collector r..ct'enuJ. W. Burnsed

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4 f.-\\1t: Sanderson. Sheriff-D. G. Harrell.
I Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished,withor
i 5 5ot ftJFK BRADFORD COUNTY.Ctunty Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. without board. Table Boarders will be STE.A.PRIXTIXG NOTE-HE, LET-

..Tide-T. R. Richard, Lake Butler j Collector of Revenue-I,. G. "Ider. accommodated also transient. THEIIRROR" BILL-HEADS. etc., neatly printedat
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-- Selling: Pools on the Ticei. 1 EST.A.BLISI-IED 1875. I I I R. S. 'SCHUYLERARCHITECT, Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. Ar. Interlachen. ........... 6.10a 114.06 p m

"You know," said he, "that New Year ,, Ar. J,T & K W June.... 7.30 a m 4.55pm

great svrearing-off time. Proba- _- WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 5.10 p ru
Day is a Ar. Jacksonville........... 1.22 p m 7.12pm
in Buffalo alone have
5,000 persons DRUGS and
trains of this road are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .
their minds to give up smoking, FOR BUILDING OF ALL
made up I
chewing, drinking, swearing, gambling, DESIGNS with Plans,!Details, Specifications slower((90th) Meridian than Jacksonville time, which time.is 33. minutes Ocala, Leesburg..... ............") Fast Mail

and other vices, great or small, on the 1st and Superintendence. For Pemberton's. Ferry ............ >
What most of these good resolve HORSEY & CO. For Astor.......... ......... ............ J 11.45am
of January.most need is something at stakeas ON and after Sunday, Slay 3d, 1885, For Palatka............. "j Ex. Sun. .............

men WILLIAM B. C. DURYilE Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas For Jacksonville...... > .......... .............
incentive to keep their self pledges. follows
an : For St. .
Augustine... 3.00am 2.05pm
Now, I am going to turn reformer's as- NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
sistant. I'm going to sell pools on the =| PHARMACISTS |= MERCHANT, Leave Jacksonville TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.
COMMISSION daily at........... 7:30 a m
different vices at $5 each. All those fellows Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............") Fast Mail

who swear off on smoking, on pay- Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a pm m Frra Astor and Leesb'rg ............ > .............
enter the smoking pooL Centre Street.FERNANDINAFLORIDA. Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber at From Ocala............... ............ J 3.05pm
ing me $5, can Arrive Waycross daily at..........10:00 a m
with those who intend to stop Arrive at Thomasville From Palatka........... "J Ex. Sun. ..............
same daily at...... 1:30 m
The those who intend to THE CARGO Arrive at p From Jacksonville.... > ......_...... ......_......
swearing. Likewise BY Bainbridge daily at....... 3:30 p m
turn teetotalers. Each list will be kept ina Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m From St.Augustine..) 9.30 pru 12.45 pm

separate book, and a printed slip of the constantly on hand a fine assort- For Domestic or Export Trade, Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m STEAMER A. J. LANE.

names furnished to any one who wants it. I KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta-
When good evidence is brought,to me and DOMESTIC FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m tula, etc.:

good resolution has been broken off Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa Leaves Leesburg..........................10.30 a m
that a
the name from the books. At the and Chemicals I send for our Select List of cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45pm
goes Drugs ADVERTISERS Geo. P. Rowell & Co. cola, Mobile, New Orleans Texas, all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only-after
months the fellows who have
end 10 Spruce Street, :New York.RAILROADS. Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick noon trip :

stuck it through shall" have the money, Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, -- take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 pm
share and share alike. -Buff alo Courier. B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p.m.

Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
Working Gold Ores by Electrolysis. train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile CONNECTIONS.At .

be no doubt we think that TOILET ARTICLES and New Orleans.
There can FINE ,
Florida CO. Palatka with Jacksonville &
&Navigation Tampa
the problem is now solved, and that elec- Railway Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- ,
ville Key West Railway and fast river steamers _
to Cincinnati via
tricity will be most effectively applied in PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC. Jesup. !
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- for St. Augustine, Green Cove Spring, Jack-
working our gold ores by electrolysisthat ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST sonville, and all points North, East and f
is, by the action of a strong currentof j IN GREAT VARIETY. THE KEY LINE West, and with up-river steamers for South I

electricity passing through the ore pulp, I ; MAIL. Florida ; also with the new twin-screw iron

placed between the opposite wires or elec- j Physicians' Prescriptions EMBRACING THE WESTERN, CENTRAL AND Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka," and steamship ..
trodes of a dynamo or battery. The most carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at SOUTHERN DIVISIONS. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 'm City Monticello," for Charleston, New i

rebellious ores may be thus treated suc- reasonable prices.SEWING. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m York, Boston, Philadelphia, etc.
cessfully without roasting, and all the gold Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10: p m Mail trains make close connection both i
saved in a pure state ready for the mint. I CENTRAL ((90TH MERIDIAN) TIME. ONE HOUR Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West

The generation of the electric current is MACHINES, SLOWER THAN WASHINGTON, D. C. Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m Railway,at Jacksonville, with- Atlantic Coast j

accomplished with a single dynamo j Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m Line-Fast Mail. \
easily ,
driven by some light, cheap steam or jI I ALL LATE IMPROVED )MAKES Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m At Wait's Crossing, with Florida Railway ,.
Francisco Chronicle.A I SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JAN 10,1886. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
water power.-San For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices Arrive at Washington, D.C., daily.ll:45 p m : Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &

Letter from Gen. Wlnfield Scott. I -- Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savannah
I -A O'ATTACHUENT Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars, New Orleans, and all points North, S3
An old autograph album Washington Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Savannah to New York without change.EAST East and West; and with Florida Railway ||

contains the following letter from Gen. of every description, and 'a" means A. M. time "p" meansP.lII.time. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key,
Winfield Scott, dated Washington, Juno S for any Sewing Machine, Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa.At .
15, 1860, to the proprietors of the Girard for sale. Read down. Read up Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m Ocala, with Florida Railway & Navigation -
house, Philadelphia: "GENTLEMEN: Expect 7.30 a 3 Lv Jacksonville..Ar H 8.40 p Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55: a m Company, and hacks for Silver
at the Girard house to-morrow ZSS Old Machines repaired at moderate 8.14 a g Lv Baldwin..... ........Ar 5 7.53 p941a'a Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m Spring.At ;I
me Lv Lake CIty ...........Ar .m 6.13 p Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.001> m Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake t
at 11 o'clock and give me a bed at prices. o2 Oak..Ar gjf 5.14
night Lv
10.36 a c p
Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55
HENRY IIOBEIN. S Madlson.Ar g 3.53 p Eustis Division of the Florida Southern ';
least six feet six inches in length or one 11.14 a .o Lv :4. p
Tribune. I Corner Third and Ash Streets, 12.15 p N t5 Lv Monticello..Ar > g 2.10 p Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 p rn Railway, and boats on Lake Harris for
without a tootboard.Chicago Lv Tallahassee.......-.Ar 2 1.15 Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 SJ
8 Fernandina, Fla. 2.12 p 22 :: p p m points on lake. d{
-- I I 3.20 p >;=::; LvQuincy..................Ar p.tr: 12.01 p Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55: a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line iA j
Not fcaslly; Caught on the Wing. I 4.00 p Ic:? Ar River Junction......Lv P.o 11.20 a Arrive at Thomasville at...... 7:15 ;
Marianna............-Lv o- 10.49 a daily a m for. Brooksvilla, Tuckertown, Fort Dade,
Instantaneous photography is not whatit I SEA-ISLAND ROUTE. 4.55 7.00 p "B o 3 o Ar DeFuniak Springs-Lv '-,;1 8.40 a Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m Tampa, and South Florida.
is cracked up to be, and although I !I 10.35 p 2 >e Ar Pensacola............-Lv 5-3 5.05 a Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m O. W. BROMWELL, I
have had occasion to investigate every I 3.10 a 51: Ar Mobile..... ............Lv &!', 12.20 a Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50: am General Pass.Agent.
plan or proposition that would give a 815a %# ArNew Orleans.........Lv. mo 7.00p Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p In SHERMAN CONANT,
1 THE KEY LINE STEAMER 6.50 a M p Ar Montgomel1..Lv g : 8.40 p Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20
notorious General
rapid print or catch a on &fe Manager.
: 7.25 p :S 2 Ar Nashville...........Lv 6.55 a
the wing, I have never succeeded. The I i 1.40 a **J3: Ar Evansville..Lv :2::: rt 1.00 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m
crooks are too fly to stand around while I!, 8.00 a 3 Ar St.Louis..Lv S 7.15 p Arrive'at Washington daily..........10:30 a m
to I 2.20 a .:= s Ar Louisville.............Lv % 1.00 a Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide.
you square up your portable camera 6.35 a a Ar Cincinnati. ...........Lv 3 8.45 p
catch their face, and they quickly turn I 9.45 ag? Ar Indianapolis: .........Lv Q S-50 P Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
their backs on you. No, these instantaneous 10.55 a x Ar Chicago ...............-Lv '? 3.45 p Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Traveler's Guide is, as the heading
Ij Cars indicates, intended as a means of infor- I
Jacksonville Cincinnati.
cameras are good only where you are j Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. via Jesup, to mation to the traveling public. To be relia- 1
checked through. Connections at Atlanta with Western and
certain of light and have your objects at Baggage Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and ble, it should be correct. The managers of U
an exact distance to meet the require- IST the different railroad and steamer lines will
Georgia Railroads for all points West and
ments of your lens. Even then, with NICHOLAS; Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so .

everything favorable, you can only catcha CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville by notifying us of changes made in the run-
figure less than an inch high that can North and East. *- ( to Louisville via Thomasville. ning time, when they will be promptly cor-

not be developed by the best photograph- Tourists by this Route can reach nearly every important Connections at Montgomery with Louisville rected.] i ,,
ers.-Henry Newbold, Police ..Photog point in Florida, which can be and Nashville Railroad for New --
rapher. RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. said of no other Line. Orleans and Texas points and the West and TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. "

The most direct route to all points North, East Northwest. At Savannah with Central Day Passenger Train leaves-
New York's Curious Cemetry. and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most Railroad of Georgia for all points West and For Cedar and Wildwood and
Key ,
New York has a curious little burial Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates.
regularly between Fernandina Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -
PLYING all points on Transit Road.....10.00 a.m.
place called the"Marble Cemetery, which Savannah upon the following Read down. Read up for all points North, with steamshipsfor Savannah and all points North

contains a large representation of the schedule. 10.20 a 4.15 p Lv Fernandina.10.00 a 3.55. New York, Boston and Baltimore. At and West...............................10.00 a. m.
aristocracy of the city. It lies east of the LEAVE FERNANDINA every Monday, 11.50 a 6.10 p Ar Callahan.Lv 7.50 a 2.30 Charleston with steamships for New York. (connecting at Callahan.)

bowery, comprises little more than halfan Wednesday and Saturday, p. III., upon arrival 12.20 p 8.25 9.20 p Lv Ar Baldwin Jacksonville.-Ar......_Lv 5.25 6.20 a 2.00 2.50 Philadelphia and Baltimore, For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
acre, and its existence is unknown to of evening trains arriving at Savannahthe 1.15p- 11.15 p LvWithlacoochee.Ar co\ Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail points on the Florida Central & .

the bulk of the inhabitants of the city. It following mornings. 11.35 a Lv St. Catherine..Ar 10.25 a and Steamship connections, and Baggage Western Railroad..10.00 a. m.

does not contain a single grave, as all the LEAVE SAVANNAH every Sunday, 12.25 a Lv Panasoftkee...Ar 9.35 a Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths (connecting at Baldwin.)
interments are in subterranean vaults. Tuesday and Thursday, p. m., and reaching .........10.30 a Lv Tampa ...........Ar 1.40 p............ and sections secured at Company's office inAstor's Train arrives
Fernandina the 4.45 a 6.00 p Lv Orlando..Ar 8.50 a 10.10 p street and at Depot Day Passenger
The entire soil has been excavated and following mornings. 6.30 a 8.25 p Tavares .........Ar 5.45 a 8.25 p Building, 8Bay From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
Connections at Savannah with all rail and board
the vacancy filled with rows of vaults. 6.56 a 8.56 p LvLeesburg......-Ar 5.08 a 8.02 p Ticket Office, on People'sLine all points on.the Transit Road... 3.55 p. In
lines and with Ocean Steamship and Boston ...... Steamers H. B. PLANT CiiATTAnoociiEE
These vaults are covered with three feet 7.24 a 9.40 p LvWildwood Ar 4.15 a 7.29 p From Savannah and all points in
& Savannah vessels to and from New York 11.15 Ocala.Ar 3.00 a 6.25 and JENNIE LANE.
of soil, which permits a full growth of and Boston and at Fernandina with trains 8.48 8.29 a a .........p Lv Silver Spring.-Ar ......... 6.00 p p JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55 p.m.
turf and shrubbery. The cemetery con- for all Florida 9.46 a 12.45; a Lv Citra................Ar 1.33 a 4.57 p General From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and ;
points.A. Passenger Agent.R.
tains only the best families and the 11.02 a 2.2411 Ar Waldo......._..Lv 11.58 p 3.35 p all points on the Florida Central 1 "
only 0. MACDONELL, 6.40 a $5 Lv Cedar Key..Ar ......... 5.10 p G. FLEMING, Superintendent. & Western Railroad................ 3.55 .
names of the old Knickerbockers appear.- Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., 8.36 a s Lv Bronson........Ar ......... 5.49 p p.m.Night
Chicago Times. Fernandina, Fla. 9.11 a Lv Archer............Ar ......... 5.16 p I Passenger Train leaves-
D. E. :MAXWELL 10.05 a ......... Lv Gainesville......Ar .......... 4.25 p I Florida Southern Railway Co. For Wildwood........................... 5.00p.m.
The society paper business is greatly 11.08 a 2.30 a Lv Waldo...... ......Ar 11.50 p 3.25 p For Savannah and all points North

overdone in London and some of these General Superintendent, : 11.43 a 3.14 a LvStarke_............Ar 11.10 p 2.53 p ORANGE BELT ROUTE. .. .............. 5.00
Fernandina Fla. and West.......... ..... p.m.
12.06 p 3.48 a LvLawtey............Ar 10.43 p 2.35 p -
publications barely pay expenses. 1.25 p 5.30 a Lv Baldwin-.........Ar 8.55' p 1.25 p (connecting at Callahan.)
2.22 p 7.30 a Ar Callahan..Lv 7.15 p 12.25 p GOING SOUTH. Night Passenger Train arrives
8.45 p 1.25 p Ar Savannah_.....Lv ......... 7.01 p !, Accom. Fast Mail. Wildwood and
10.45 a......... Ar Atlanta...... ..Lv ......... 3.30 p Daily ex.Sun. Daily. From Cedar Key, ,
6.50 a......... Ar CincinnatL..Lv ......... 8.47 p Jacksonville, viaJ. all points on the Transit Road... 9.45 a. m. '
Application for License to Sell Liquors. ........ Charleston.. ..Lv A 3.00 From Savannah and all points in
1.53 a. Ar a
T. &\ K. W. ................... 7.45
6.55 p......... Ar Richmond.....Lv $. 10.49 a R'y a m the North and West................. 9.45 a.m.
rL56 p .....__ Ar Washington......Lv 6.00 a Lv. St. Augustine:via From Pensacola. Tallahassee and
11.30 a ......... Ar Baltimore.........Lv 4.10 p St. John's Railway................. 7.45am Florida &
To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners for Nassau County, State of Florida:' 4.40 a......... Ar Philadelphia 12.20 p Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p m 9.45 a m all points on .
Western Railroad..................... 9.45a.m. .
8.00 ........ Ar New York..Lv 9.00
< EXTLEUEx-: the undersigned, registered voters of Precinct Number- Eight, of a. p Ar.Interlachen............ 6.30 p m 10.50 a m
Nassau:; County, respectfully: recommend that your Honorable Body grant Felder Lang a (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

license for the sale of Liquors, said business to be carried on in the Town of Boulogne, in 7.20 a 2.50 p Lv Fernandina ...Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 pIll 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily except SundayFor Id
said county: 8.45 a 4.35: p ArJacksonville-.Lv 9.45 a 5.10 pSUNDAYS Lv. Rochelle ............... 9.05 p m 12.20 p m For Jacksonville......................... 7.20a.m. '""

( ONLY.) Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 pmAr.lIicanopy Jacksonville ........................ 2.50 p.m. '
DISTRICT. WITNESSES. 7.00 a 3.30 p Lv Fernandina_...Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p .............12.50 a m 12.50 p m Train arrives daily, except Sunday-

William Smith.......................................... J. B. Trigg, W. H. Tracv.J. 8.26 a 4.56 p Lv Jacksonville..Lv 9.10 a 5.30 p Ar. Ocala................... 2.00 a m 2.20 pill From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.

J. :M.:\ Loyd...................... ........................... R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 p m From Jacksonville....................... 6.36p.m. t.
Alford (his x mark) Lloyd.......................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Ar. Leesbnrg.............. 7.00 am. 3.55 p m Sunday only-

J. B. Lloyd..................:............................ J. R. Trigg, W. H. Trac '. between Jacksonville and Orlando and Montgomery Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm From Jacksonville ....................10.36 a.m.
:Monroe:\' (his x mark) Davis........................ J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. and Orlando, and Jacksonville and. New Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p m From Jacksonville ..................... 6.56p.m.
<>. W. Sikcs.............................................. J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. Orleans. CONNECTIONS: For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m. '
1). II. (his x mark) Nebon......................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. .. : Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns For Jacksonville ........................ .3.30p.m.
At Silver with Ocklawaha steamers for Div.... ............ 4.00
.1.11'. Geiger! .............................................. 1. J. It. Trigg! W..H. Tracy. -. .... Palatka and Spring all landings at St. Catherine with & Lake Eustis p m MALLORY LINE.
; Ar. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.45 m
J. W. (his x mark) Crews........................... J. R. Trigg, W. H: Tracy. I Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, p
Mason........... ............ 4.55 For New York direct Wednesdayand
John Tomlinson....................................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Trac,'. Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburg Lv. Fort p m every
L. T. Hall...... .......................................... J. R. Trigg, W. II. Tracy. with steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, Ar. Altoona............... ............ 5.30pm Saturday evening.
John Johnson......... .. I Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45 pm From New York direct every Tuesday .
................................J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy.
Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Orlando ......10.00 5.00 and at 3.00
Robert Henderson..................................... J. R. Trigg, ,Yo H. Tracy. with South Florida Railroad for-all pointson Lv. Fort Mason .... a m p m Friday eveing, p.m.
John ('his x mark) Henderson................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat Ar. Eustis....................10.10 a m 5.10 p m CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.

J'-/. .. J. "'. Henderson: ....................................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. Company for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 pIll For Jacksonville and Palatka, by City: of

"'. Tracy Stewart........................................... J. R. Trigg W. H. Tracv.J. Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc. Ar. Lane Park..............11.00 a m 5.45 p m Palatka or City of Monticello, every :Monday

A. J. llml............. R. Trigg, W. II. Tracy. : GOING NORTH. and Thursday. From Charleston same days.

Henry Nettles.........J.. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Daily. Fast Mail.Daily. For Charleston, by same steamers, every $

Joe (his x mark) Beiry.............................. J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. !. Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednes-' Sunday and Wednesday. From Paiatka and 1

L. 1' Tracy............................................... J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. days and Saturdays at 5.10p.connecting with Lv. Astor .................... ............ 7.30am Jacksonville same days. '
w. ii. Tracy................... ............I J. R. Trigg, L. P. Tracy. ; ,), the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sail- Lv. Lane Park............. 3.30 pm 8.40 a_m CUMBERLAND ROUTE. .
D. C. Stewart........................................... .. J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. I ing semi-weekly for New York direct. Lv. Altoona................ 8.50 a m
Charley (his x mark) It. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Lv. Tavares................. 3.50 p m 8.55 a m Steamer Thos. Collyer, for Brunswick -

& B. Hatcher............................................ J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and Lv. Eustis................... 4.20 p m 9.15 a mAr daily at........................... 2.30p.m.
J. lt. rrri g................................................ L. P. Tracy, W. H. Tracy. Savannah, leaves Fernandina Mondays, Wednes- ., (connecting at Brunswick withE.
liirani !(his x mark) Burrows............... ..... J. R. Trigg, ,Yo II. Tracy. days and Saturdays, upon arrival of evening at Fort. Mason from' T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern
trains arriving at Savannah the following morn Lane Park................ 9.20
4.30pm am
I>. B. Nelson............................................ J. R, Trigg, W. H. Tracy. I ing. Leave Savannah Sundays, Tuesdays and and Western points.) s
Fort Mason fromA '
J. D. :Nelson............................................ I J. It. Trigg, W. H. Trac)'. I Thursdays, p. m., reaching Fernandina the following Ar. at SteamerThos.Collyerfrom Bruns-
z. tor ....................... 9.40 a in wick daily at..........................12.15 i
*J Nelson Connections at Savannah with all
: ... ......................................... J. R. Trigg, W. II. Tracy. a. In. p.m.ST.
1.1.::\ Nelson............................................ J. R. Trig, \V: H. Tracy. rail lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Lv. Fort Mason........... 9.50 a m MARYS RIVER.

Sanders............................................. J. R. Trigg, W. H. Tracy. and Boston Savannah; and at vessels Fernandina to and from with New trains York for and all Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.35am Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-

\Andrew!! l (his x mark) Price....................... J. R. Trigg! W. H. Tracy. Florida points. Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00 a m For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday

iiliam (his x mark) J. R. Trigg, II. Tracy. FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Ar. Lee&burg .............. 10.25 a m and Friday....................... 3.00p.m.

STATE OF FLORIDA, NASSAU COUNTY : Connections made at Fernandina every Sundayand Ex. Sun. For St.:Marys and Dungeness, on

r.re the ub-'riber: a Notary Public for the State of Florida Thursday with the :Florida Steamship Com- Lv. Lepsburg.............. 6.30 p m 10.45 a m Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00p.m. ;
personally J. R. York
TriggL came for Charleston New and Boston.
and Willialll II. Tracy, to nie well known, and say that they.were both and pany .Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m 11.18 a m For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, i
saw and witnessed the signatures if the within registered voters of Precinct present Number BRUNSWICK AND INLAND S. B. CO. Ar. Ocala...................10.30 p m 12.25 p ra Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.

I lght, in said county of Nassau, State if Florida, petitioning the Honorable Board of Brunswick Connects, at Fernandina daily Steamer from and to Micanopy............... 2.45 a m 2.05 p m Steamer Martha arrives

Wunty 111l1li"1'iinneN' to 'permit Felder Lang to sell spirituous liquors in the Town of Collyer leaves and at 2.00 coast points. Thos. Ar. Rochelle................ 3.35 a in 2.35 p m From St. Marys and Crandall on

1ollll);;lIe. Nassau County' Florida. J. R. TRIGG, p.m.A.. o. MACDONELL, Lv. Rochelle................ 3.50 a m 2.40 p m'Ar. Monday and Thursday: ............. 7.00 a.m.
H. TRACY: General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Jackson- Gainesville:............ 4.20 a m 3.05 p m From St. Marys and Dungeness,

Sworn to and subscribed before me this February 13th, 18S6. ville, Fla. W. G. COLEMAN- : Lv. Gainesville............. 3.00 a m 2.05 p m on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a.m

L. P. TRACY, Gen. Trav. Agt., Jacksonville,Fla., Lv. Rochelle ............... 4.00 a m 2.55 p m From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, ,
Notary Public for State of Florida. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Sup't.,Fernandina,Fla. Ar. Wait's Crossing.;.... 4.40 a m 3.24 p m. I Tuesday and Friday.,.............. 2.00 p.mf""I" .
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ii Hoard of 'Trade 'Election. MARINE. EGG M OT T HOTEL
H "-- ,
The first annual election of the Fernan- '
; Port of Feri andi ta.
I dina Board of Trade will take place Mondaynext FERXANDIXA, 'FLA.
l1t HIGH WATER. Fresh
r $.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS at the office of W. B. C. Duryee. Garden Seeds
; otSrrid" Saturday Feb. 20........:.. 9:26 A..M. 9:55 p. M.: ,
""''t : t The polls will be open from 2 until 4 o'clockp. Sunday, 21..10:1-1.: 10:42" NOW OPENI
: l Reflection Monday, 22 ..........11:00" ,l1:26.e : CROP OF 'So-tfe
11-.HJtJ. I m. The officers to be voted for are a Tuesday 23.1146: 0:00: "

The revenue cutter Geo.' S. Eoutwell is'in President, a Vice-President and five Governors Wednesday: ," 24............ 0:04: 0:38 Co I ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT.
.' Thursday .'J 25........... 1:06: 1:32 In papers or in bulk, at
': 1.t'; port. : Messrs. Lewis, Prescott and Baker Friday26, .............:OI" 2:26 "

;/ '. The Board of Trade holds its first election have been appointed inspectors. The Boardof S ENTERED. NEWLY PAINTED AXD THOROUGHLY FRED W. HOYT & CO'SF
Governors will after their Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Brunswick '
' 11 N; organization, ; magnificently furnished ;
! for officers on Monday next.
Georgia, daily.
l ;'f :1 elect a Secretary and Treasurer.The Steam-packet St.Nicholas, Usina,from Savannah sunlight in every room ; Gas, Oral Anun-
.t j l'l :4 Mr. McGiffin placed the fire bell in postpion regular weekly meeting of the Boardof Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; freight ciators, Hot and Cold Water Baths Steam-

at the engine house this week. and passengers, to Key Line (F. R. &N.) heated and open'Fireplaces.UNSURPASSED .. ,. ', ,
-: '
Trade be held at the at 4 : ':: l >i 1. ,
will same place Feb.13-Steamship State of Texas, Williams,from .... .. .
ti i1{ I General Superintendent D. E. Maxwell,of o'clock p. m. Monday, after the closing of New York; freight and passengers to CUISINE, ''.." -
R. W. Southwick,
'J1 ):!' "t.< t, the Florida Railway&Navigation Company, the polls. Matters of importance are to Feb.17-Steamship Carondelet agent., John Risk, from

:". returned from the North last Sunday by come before this meeting. New York; freight and passengers,.to and complete comfort of guests assured.A. .
train. R. W. Southwick, agent. H. HASKINS, :Manager. Corn Oats
special Hay Bran
( (ti CLEARED. ,

.,I... .;izt<(.: -r ,. I 'V. Naylor Thompson Paymaster of the Shipments from This Port. Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Brunswick -

t 'f ; F. R. &:; N. Co., was a welcome visitor in the During the past week the following ship- Steam-packet St., Georgia Nicholas, daily, Usina, for Savannah Building: Material.BRICK MIXED: FEED, RICE FLOUR, ETC

.'" ,,";" 1" 1:'; ). city Thursday, when he arrived with the ments were made from this port via the New Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
;' '" York steamship line: and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.)
; ; ..!..i.c- pay car of the company. Feb.Steamship State of Texas, Williams, for
I i: : Per Mallory steamship State of Tcxcu, for LIME, PLASTER, WHOLESALE AXD
: New York; freight and by RETAIL.
/G Florida Railway passengers
,, ::fr :; Receiver II. It. Du val, of the -
.'..1't New York Feb. 13=G50 barrels rosin, 20 R. W. Southwick, agent.
; ';"tPjIN& & Navigation Company was in the city Feb.Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS,
1 packages hides, 15 bales moss, 435 packages 'New York; freight and passengers, by
; last Thursday and yesterday, inspecting the R. W. Southwick. agent. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
fish 300 bales cotton
13 ,
:; wharf and dock facilities. oranges, packages Schooner Lucy T. Garretson Crawford SASH DOORS AND BLINDS,
1 and 20 packages merchandise.Per Brunswick; in ballast, to load forNew "i

IV'tf "". Noble, Esq., one of the largest iron Mallory steamship Carondelet, for York. PAINTS AND OILS.
: manufacturers in this and who VESSELS IN PORT.
$ ; ; country, resides -
New York Feb. 7-264 ,
,;} a :. Anniston Ala. where his immense : British brig Alfred,Young, Bermuda.
1' rcy} .' at 218 bales cotton, 140 cases cedar, 62 barrels Norwegian bark Livingston, Bowitz Buenos FRED W. HOYT & CO. Retailers of Tobacco
works are located, is stopping at the Egmont. Ayres.
/I it barrels and 44
rosin 18 spirits, packages mer- Schooner Meyer&Muller, Perkins. -
s.r.; :.. i. Excursion rates of $1 for the round trip chandise. Schooner Eleanor Poole, Perth Amboy. -

!!g.':; ,.,; were in effect the past four days from this Schooner Schooner C.Standard B. Payne, Oran, Hillyard, Philadelphia., Charleston. When You Paint CAN SAVE. MONEY BY BUYING

-t :;: : city to Jacksonville, to give the people a Death from, an Overdose of Chloral. Schooner J. B. Ilolden Scott, Philadelphia. FROM US.

;:ol' t''' chance to visit the races at the State Park C.J.Van Nostrand died on Saturday even Schooner Schooner William Carrie Jameson Hayes, Smith Collins, New, New York.York. --

W'.: 1't iJ Association's Exposition. ing last from the effects of an overdose of f- USE THE BEST PAINTS. THEH. WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE OR FOUR
", v }!
" $ 't tf
c.4 Capt. F. J. Davis, of Boston, is sojourningat bromide of potassium and chloral. The The Fernandina Roller Skating Club .. ,v. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare FIRMS IN THE STATE THAT BUY
; ;i deceased was a native of Canada. He came Being desirous of settling its affairs, hereby
i' :' 1t1 the Egmont Hotel. Capt. Davis is the

ff{ r; i, t projector and builder of Palatka's splendid. here some years ago, and, in company with respectfully notify all who may have bills acknowledged to be of superior quality, LORILL \RD'S GOODS

:M. :.'. w'; $: gas works. He is delighted with our city I. Mr. Eager, started a saw mill near Dutton, against the Club that such bills must be pre-
c.-. ',\, the Florida Railway &; Navigation Com- and will cover much more than cheaper DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS
::') and its magnificent hotel. : on sented on or before the 1st day of March,

0-jot, f ...:-J1'f; f I Ij pany's line. The venture proving a failure, 188(5, to the Treasurer, at the store of Fred and
I Col. H. R. Duval Receiver of the F. R. & lighter brands. Sold only by
j t.>: -f this Jjiir GET OUR QUOTATIONS.
.. Mr. Van Nostrand removed to city, W. Hoyt &
l Co. is much needed the Co.J.
X. at
ir 14 taking rest
-I where he has been engaged as surveyor and G. McGiFFiN, Treasurer.G. FRED
;: J Hotel. He is enthusiastic W. HOYT & CO. FRED
J' J .; Egmont quite inspector of lumber.A R. HUBBY, President W. HOYT & CO.
: coroner's inquest was held over the
s .[ Fernandina, Fla., Feb. 20, 1886.
$..',,t. ',;t Jt(1:' Haskins'splendid hostelry. body on Sunday morning which found a

, l,". '';Ao,. ;: Col. and Mrs. Haskins extend a cordial verdict in accord with the circumstances.His Winter Clothing.

,:x'' .' v!'Kt(+...'.i lr;\' invitation to their many friends in Fernan- remains were buried on Sunday after- Great sacrifice in Winter Clothing at

ij;l;:. ".i' '; diva and elsewhere 1 to attend their third noon in the Old Town Cemetery Rev. E G. P.uLFuNKE'S.J. FRED W. HOYT & CO.FFFFF .

:;.1 "Tf: ,, grand hop of the season which takes place Chandler officiating. Deceased was about

.r '.,, i 'to.t. at the E mont Hotel Friday evening February thirty-five years of age, and had no family. & T.Kydd's Special Bargains.
50 dark Prints
,fJ cases good at 45 cents per
1"1-" 26th.
., ;.,i-t-
" r :; {! Mrs. Grundy yard.
'' "'., "" iIj'IJ'-rIo O. Harriman, Esq., of Savannah 1 Ga., is a 1 best Prints at 5 cents U U RRRR XXII :
\ That the orange crop of Florida will hold case per yard. N II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEE.
i7:1: guest at the Egmont Hotel. He comes to F U R R
&>* V V out as long as the Bahama fruit lasts. Selected styles: at G cents per yard. N N Nil T U U R RE
Fernandinain the interest of his F
contemplated U
; .. UR RNN NIl T U
All wool scarlet Knit Undershirts at 65 UR RE
h That robins are reported so plentiful
,%:V:;' Cumberland that be knocked
they can over FFFF U U RRRR N N N
it ., 1 nandina and Savannah via Montgomery, T U U RRRR EEEE
Brocaded Dress Goods at 15 cents, worth
with stick F U
i.t.>F ( a ; URHNNNIITU U R R E
{ :; ; which he expects to establish at once.
I"\-; ;..t"t.1 That she wonders if Ike shot those he 25 cents. F .U UR R N NNII T U UR RE

;'Wife'lw : Work at the machine shops of the F. R. & brought into town last Thursday in that Job lot all Linen Towels half price, from F U U R RN NNII T U U R RE

; N. Co, in this city, never ceases. Mr. L. S. manner. 10 cents up.Ladies' F 'uuu R R N NN II T UUU R R EEEEE

;; :, Randolph, Master of Machinery, is deter- That a suspension of free passes over the Jerseys at 50 cents. i .

I'V: '. mined to get the rolling stock and the locomotives F. & J. road just now would result in great 100 pair Pants from $1.50 to $4.00 below
in first-class condition. The force
?|:ltlT/ distress. regualr price.

'&y of mechanics at the shops, which has been That it is hoped that there will be a high New stock of Overcoats, just recei\"Cd.. Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second. \

greatly enlarged, is divided into two gangs, fence all around the proposed new school from $3 up. ,

: '.\. a day and night force, the former being in J. & T. KYDD. .
5 5i' ? building to keep the cows, goats and geese
charge of Mr. Burton of Baltimore
i formerly -
'% from going to school also, for they are Gents Goods
-. :...; the latter of Mr. 'V m. Martin. Furnishing -
,f'-'i \. r1F,"....1'j allowed to go everywhere else in town ; At great bargains, at
\\j: Ilri 'f Great preparations are being made for the That geese were the saviors of ancient PAUL FUNKE'S.

{k :;'i';':::::'. .. first grand opening hop at the new and elegant Rome, but she does not think it safe to act .;

.,.,:' 'J.;... +.,! Silver Springs Hotel, Silver Springs
; ". .,".o...! upon that hypothesis in regard to this city.
'.: .:' .r': Fla. at the head of -USE-
: .. the renowned Ockla- That might well think .
; strangers a men- ,
>.J.;1.;'"...r-.I;...\}.i.. waha river and which takes place on Monday agerie had broken loose in town, from the I, t VI

,, ,; ; :; ;.. j, evening, February 22d, Washington's" large number of animals roaming aroundour C. A. WOOLSEY'S : W ;

: _:- ; : r- birthday. Colonel and Mrs. Haskins and streets. I

r\ ': ., ., +.! others from Fernandina will be A
,'''-'I 't present. That the Board of Trade delegation received -

,) :Z:: magnificent time expected. Col. Haskins, great attention from the National JERSEY CITYWIIITE WHITNER & SCHDYLER

' J ...t of our Egmont, is one of the proprietors of Committee on Appropriations, and that the ,

t:1J'c..., i 'w.. f-! the new Silver Springs Hotel. chairman of the latter complimented themas I.EAD-:

" 'i'' >t, "a model delegation ;" CONSTANTLY MAKE ADDITIONS TO THEIR STOCK OF
X" ;W The Public Schools.
*' ** WKii That their not wanting the whole earth,
' There is no subject of more importance to as most delegations demanded, and besidesa -ANDREADYMIXED-

fc-S* our community than the support and main- fence around it, was a surprise to the STAPLE AND FANCY GROGERJE

> ; :) tenance of good public schools. The reputation Nasional committee.

.fJA;- \\.t. for health of our city would no doubt PAINTSTHEY
That the great and momentous questionnow
'lr 'lx; bring many families to reside here for the
'V1 is, Who will be the next Mayor of -AND-
\ ..r, education of their children if facilities were "
': ...... this city ;
?.. ..\.1....."1( afforded for that purpose. Contracts have That a portion of the machinery of theg. TABLE DELICACIESIMPORTED
,;: been let for the erection of a large elegant > @- ARE THE :BEST.=a
&' '%& o. p. has been set in motion, and "things
: /. and commodious school
LL : ; building, a want is workin' "
: ;:.*' *::f.i; long felt. Arrangements should be made VEGETABLES IN GLASS,
That there indications
, J.V** are of a dark horse
:t. 'i' for sustaining school for not less than eight DOMESTIC: VEGETABLES IN GLASS
: K appearing in the race; XALSOMIITE, ,
?r-4f 1 1.,; months in the year. Our able and efficient That it is a matter of how well he will run IMPORTED FRUITS IX GLASS,

, : : t:;: State Superintendent of Schools, Major Russell that decides the
r question; All Slide 50 CENTS Pack-
"x .: WS: as will be seen by a notice published ,
1 <1 That in some respects a stranger would
t: :*?l .g elsewhere,will visit Fernandina and address think that we had not yet emerged from the ge of Five' Pounds. IMPORTED SOUPS IX GLASS,

? ,:' '" our people on the subject of public schools
, fossiliferous period, judging from the specimens
y- ?L Jifr. on Monday evening next at Lyceum Hall. .
); that can be picked up around here; =
iii We trust there will be a large attendance of --T NO. 47 CENTRE STREET--
t That it is hoped none of them will get ; FOR; SALE AT
\$:; iA;:.. our people. The Major is an eloquent and into our City Council at the next election.
' ;4 interesting and thoroughly in
1) .:i .:: :'.. earnest in his work. The State Superintendent of SchoolsWe R. L. ARNOW'S
.. f ,
; 'wf'f tt to are requested to give notice that Major PRESERVES AND SAUCES,
tt.. : Returned.
' : l: q rc Albert J. Russell State Superintendent of OLIVES AND OLIVE OIL,
; z Messrs. S. A.Swann, FredW. Hoyt and J. No. 43 CENTRE STREET.
Public Schools, will
address the citizens of
; ... ii:. Prescott the faithful and competent Fernandina on the subject of Education and SAUCES, CATSUPS, PICKLES,
I : f' '2 delegation of the Board of Trade, have returned Public Schools, at Lyceum Hall, on Mon- IMPORTED CHEESE,
f aJ'Jt1 r: t.!I'P.-: ,) from Washington where they have day night, the 22d inst. A general attend-
; : :. ance of all our citizens is requested. GEORGE: :: F. LEWIS,Agent.a DOMESTIC CHEESE,
few I
; J spent a days in the interest of the bar CURRAXTS, RAISIXS, CITRON,

! ,j nj improvement. They are entitled to theM
: r" thanks of the community and of the State ,

li I'. : for their efforts to secure a proper understanding FINE FRENCH CONFECTIONERY.
tr'It f of the merits and

!J t.;!! work undertaken under Gen. Gillmore's F- 0AT IN NEW VARIETIES.

F. direction for increasing. the available depth -

, of water on the bar, a matter which d FRUIT BUTTERS, JAMS AND JELLIES,
1' :
x 1-11 F-1 1: ?.A.1JJ:
: :
jt I .t the interests of the whole State. They :
'l ,,' acknowledge with pleasure the courteous

f f.: 11'A" -. attention rendered them by Messrs. Dough j1iiDRY If! GOODS EMPORIUM l 11f r'r'Z I'd ,
I .
; m" f erty and Davidson, and great confidence
': f!: *in: that the subject of our appropriation recommended := II" ..... # WHITNER & SCHUYLER *; I

l ,' will receive the
i 1 : i- impartial report J6Y" CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF. ..... NO. 47 CENTRE STREET
f tt ,
I i our Representatives be favorably : .

t t considered by the Committee Rivers o
= No Such Bargains Were Ever Offered in Fernandina.
.J and Harbors.
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