Florida mirror
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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: March 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
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System ID: UF00054505:00302
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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ITEMS OF IXTEREST. THE best way to make a theatrical -; THE FLORIDA CL lJIS. For Local Readers. List of Letters !

moon is thus described: Two There is a great deal of point in the ::sub- Remaining in the post-office at i
barn in the world is :MR. DOUGHERTY GETS THE BILL BE- '
TIlE largest joined remarks of the Herald which Nassau Florida t
is county, March 20th, 1886
probably that of the Union Cattle drop scenes are used. Out of the FORE TIlE HOUSE OF REPRE- quite applicable to our own good city. .Persons calling for these, letters must say

of Cheyenne near Omaha.It first, in which is the sky scene, is SENTATIVES.- Some of our people have been so in the advertised :
Company Burnett, W T
five acres cost $125,000and cut a strip a yard wide, it being the WASHINGTON, March 17Mr.: habit of criticising their neighbors its those Bell, William Morris McCnn,,Hannah W C
covers ,
path up which the moon is to travel. Dougherty called, up in the House who seek to have something done to benefit Baker A H )'Iidil"w. J D "
accommodates 3,750 head of today the Florida claims bill, authorizing the city that they have become palmists Brown Julia Mills PermeliahMoKo.

cattle. Immediately behind, and so close the Secretary of the Treasury and lookupon.every suggestion for improvement Blake Brown Louisa I AnnaMcllhenno

QUAIL once so plentiful in Illinois that the piece so removed is not discernible to pay the claims of the State of as illusions or damn it with
is a second drop. From Florida for the suppression of Indian praise. Public spirit is the key note of Monhiour. Liza

have become very scarce, and this a round piece is removed and hostilities in 1855-6. .The-Committee :success.: The old Latin motto pnssunt quia Clark Bailey,,W James M Newton Henry

Illinois farmers, who recognize their on Claims reported that the Sec- possnnt videntes, they are able because they Seay Pison.Pressl 'Jane'Colman
Julia 2
the covered white
by or yellowsilk
value\as insect destroyers, are place retary of War had investigated the believe they are able, is peculiarly appli- Company 0 SS Agt Philiger. C F

arrangements to stock their or some transparent cloth, and claims in accordance withthe act of cable to the growth of towns and cities. Caldwell, Chas 3Davis Parker, Isaac ,
making Mrs S Y -
with Tennessee birds. from behind a strong calcium lightis 1881 and found that the ''losses sus- Faith in our own future is the formulationof Ellen,,JohnFranklin C Pound RabertManse, Thomas! S
I \ thrown on the silk. The moon tained in consequence of: the Semi- enterprise and effort : John Reynolds
Fall Creek Wellington Speak a good word for town and Gower, E J Richardson
BEAVERS on near nole wars from December 1, 1855, your Mary A
is made rise
to by gently hauling up Green, Mollie
Rogers Edward
whenever ,
( Kansas, have cut down one till February 1,. 1860, amounted to county an opportunity presents Hickmon Jacob Stevens,
the back Clouds Toney
drop. are usually itself. More towns:: die for the want of con-
$224,468 09 which he Hogan, Jane 2
hundred trees this winter some of sum recom- Stood, James
painted on strips extending across mended should be paid to the State. fidence on the part of business men and Howard, Harry 2 Scott. C W
them eighteen inches in diameter, lack of public spirit than from the rivalryof Hupper, IraHammond Schaelin, Miss J
the path cut in the first drop, serving Mr. Davidson made brief but II D Scott Wash

floated some of the logs nearly a both to strengthen the drop strong speech in favor of the bill. neighboring towns or adverse surround-"' Hoggen. Fanny Sow,,DrewSimmons

mile down the stream, and built a After reviewing its provisions he de- ings. When a man in search of home or Irvin, Miss Eliza Jim
laterally and add to the realism of business location goes to a town and finds Israel, Daniel Thomas, Amelia .
complete dam across the creek. the the disappear fended the justice of ,the claims, everything brim full of hope and enthu- Jenkins, S Wright, :Mary: Jane
scene by having moon -
showing how the people of Florida Kinon, :M: C Welch, Thomas
ARTIFICIAL sponge made of cotton, for a moment under a cloud.A gave their means and lives defending siasm over the prospects:: of the place and King, CeliaLambert Wandelt, August .
earnestly at work to build up the town he Rose Way,Primus
rendered absorbent and treated with .
themselves incursions hichit
CORRESPONDENT writes to tha soon becomes embued with the same spirit, Lockett, Warren Young Levy

antiseptics, has been invented in Star Washington that in North was the duty of the General Gov- and as a result he drives down his stake and. S. T. RIDDELL, P. )I.

England.: A piece of the size of a i ernment to suppress. The claims goes to work with the same interest. I
Carolina there is'a mountain forma- had been cut down items had Fresh .
just coffee-finest
walnut has absorbed water until it'' When, however, he goes to a town and blend.
tion the been disallowed and the WHITNER & SCIUJYLER.
very closely resembling pruning i. everyone expresses doubt and apprehension -
reached the size of cocoanut. It
a Sphinx. It is called the "Pilot process had been followed out until in the future prosperity of the place,

is so cheap that it need be used but Knob," and is in Surry county, in now the amount appropriated is moping about and indulging in mourning An Ordinance

once. of nearly $50,000 less than the amount complaints about imaginary evils which are Granting the Right of Way through Certain i
the northwestern the State
A farmer in part claimed by Florida. Therefore, said. likely to befall the town, he naturally feels Streets to the Florida Railway l S:
just east of the Blue Ridge ; its position :Mr. Davidson, there can no longerbe that it is no place for him, and at once Navigation Company.

ville, Ky., a well-preserved widowerof prone on the Piedmont plain, any objection to the immediate shakes the dust from his feet, while he pulls H.R.DUVAL, Receiver, a?
over fifty, has two sons, who were like a gigantic lion ; its body at right passage of the bill, or any necessity I with all possible speed for some other town. himself and his successorsfor

both in love with the same girl. She for further amendments.Mr. Consequently, try and make a live, enter- the benefit of the Florida Railway&Navigation -
angles to precipitous ridge and Company and its
component railway
found difficulty in deciding which to Buchanan, of New Jersey, in- prising, progressive town out of the one in companies has petitioned the City Coun-
with head reared aloft if in the
as terrupted Mr. Davidson to offer an which you live. Remember when you are cil of Fernandina for a right of way throughand
take, and the old man solved the act of raising. The head is of solid amendment which provides that the working for or saying a good thing for your along Front street to a point on Nassau

problem by sending the boys off on rock, several hundred feet in height. United States shall retain, from the town you are accomplishing all the more street such, for warehouses the accommodation as may be of built the ownersof by dif-

business and marrying the girl him- The shoulders and breast are finely Amount appropriated, all sums due for yourself. ferent parties on water lots,and also: for the
to the General Government from accommodation of the several owners of
self while they were HOTEL ARRIVALS.
away. proportioned, and at the distance ofa warehouses between Front and Second
Florida in 1861. The amendmentwas
streets and'VHEREAS
THE big snow storm in Maine few miles it looks like of ;
a thing passed and a sharp,debate followed EGMOXT HOTEL.' This petition is urged and
recommended .
packed the principal streets in Dix- life and intelligence. It rises about : in which Mr. Dougherty, Mr. W C Howard. New York; W C Carnegie, to the favorable action of the

mont with a drift fifteen feet high 'fifteen:hundred'feet'ab Vfthe( -plain: .Buchanan and' '1\Ir.
and BO solid that horses could be It is seen at the distance of fifty niana, took part, and the bill went Fred Pelham. Boston; E D Morris, ,Pitts- with the importance of fostering the devel-*"*- -
burg, Pa; Jno D Watherson, New Jersey; C of the
over at the close of the morning hour opment proposed enterpriseIt f
driven over it. The men and M Marmaduke, Missouri R L Williams R
:young miles but as yet no railroad ; ,
; approaches There is hereby Ordained by the City Councilof
without coming to a vote.
B Groves. Florida: Chas M Starke, B L
boys of the village tunnelled this it nearer than. twenty will be an effort to get it up again Baltzell city; M R 'Moran, J. T & K W R the City of Fernandina. That the right
of for two tracks of standard
drift, and, after two days1 work, miles. tomorrow.Mr. R; A J Brutter. New London, Ct; W G Lee, way steam railroad or more is
gauge, hereby granted to
New York Mrs Jas B Clay, Miss Clay, Geo
made a tunnel 175 feet long 7 feet Holman was the chief obsta- ; H. R. Duval, Receiver, as Trustee, for him-
IT is estimated by insurance com- H Clay, Kentucky; Rev !Bam: Jones, E M
self and his for the benefit of the
high and 8 feet wide through which cle in the way of the bill to-day. O'Niel and wife. Miss Emma O'Niel, Mrs
Florida &
Railway Navigation Companyand
panies that in the United States last Thomas O'Niel D O'Niel, Pittsburgh, Pa
There will be effort to it ;
an explain its the Florida Central &
teams were driven for several days. E L McClellan, G W North, Indiana Master
year dwelling houses were burned at to his satisfaction to-morrow. If this Coleman Carnegie, Miss F Carnegie,;Miss N Western Railroad, the Florida Transit fc
ALVAN CLARK the famous lens be done the bill will and maid. :Mc- Peninsular, Tropical Florida Leesburg and
the'rate of one every hour, with an can probablypass. Carnegie Dungeness; George Indian River and Fernandina and Jackson-
Kibben Mrs M S Rodgers, New York D J
maker of that ;
Cambridgeport ville Railroads through and along Front
says average loss of $1,396. Barns and Murphy, Savannah; Theo C Hoge. Miss

the lens for the great Lick telescopewill stables, fifty per week. Country The City Council. :Marie Hoge, New York; R L Walker, street conditions to a point hereinafter on Nassau named.street,and under

be ready in about two or three stores, three per day, with a loss of The Board of Aldermen, in accordancewith Georgia Whale's; G Island W Canney; Hiram, Ohio Jelliff; Geo, Miss W Taylor Jelliff,, SECTION 1. Right of way is granted from

months. The "finishing touches"alone law. met in special session on Wednesday New York, Martin Palmer, F R & N; WmR the intersection of Centre'and Front streets.
week. Ten hotels burn
$110,000 per evening last, to make the arrangements Bush, Lake City, Fla; A D Hatton, De- northward, through Front street to the intersection -
remain to be performed in or- weekly, with a loss .per year of for the annual election. Land; A F Cutting, New'York; F W Peck, of Front and'Escambia streetsfor
Chicago E R Reynolds,New York Clarence a double track railway, one of which tracksto
der to make the refraction ; ;
perfect. $4,000,000. Every other day a lumber The appointments of Inspectors of-Election Peck, John T Fold, Chicago; John A Hen- be located in the centre of the street and

These are done with the end of the yard in smoke each made by Mayor Pope were approved.The : derson, John E Sickles. Tallahassee; J F the other on the west side of same.
goes up rep- City Clerk was instructed to procure Edwards. Atlanta; M T Dill and wife, Miss SEC. 2. Right of way is further granted fora
finger dipped in emery. The abilityto resenting $20,000. Forty-four cot- stationery and blanks and have I Dill. \V T Dill and wife. Mrs T L Cleaton, continuation of above described railway
do this depends on the sense of necessary Virginia; Mr and Mrs J T Brown Mrs from the intersection of Front and Escambia
ton factories the loss irv each
case the poll lists printed for use at.the election. Thos Barnes. Philadelphia; Sam Greyston, streets for two or more tracks of railways

touch. being $28,000 ; forty-three woollen Council then adjourned. Miss:: L Greyston, Chicago; A M Platt and along Front street to Sixth (Cth) street
wife, Philip Lawtey, New York; G M Me- thence through and along through Sixth
mills at $25,000 each, and forty-two Elvain. Georgia; Andrew Miller I Philadelphia -, street to Nassau street. .t
wasted ten and a half valuable hoursin chemical works at $27,000 each were Immediately after the special session the ; Theodora Ivans, New York; A H Kellogg SEC. 3. Said Company to construct and
Board met in regular meeting,the following / Brooklyn; Mrs W C Parregee. New maintain suitable street crossings: ::! and drains
writing on a postal card the en- destroyed by fire last year. Forty- Aldermen being present: G. F.Avery, President York; J Carruthers, Canada; W J Lewis, W wherever they may be deemed necessary by

tire address of the Hon. H. B. Met- two boot and shoe factories were : Jas. McGiffin, G. Stark, R. Wilkerson, C Pitts, Baltimore; T A Barnes, Florida; H City Council ; the filling in or excavating, or :
S Miller, Pittsburgh; J G Wright, Cincin- the removal of obstructions to be entirely !
calf, delivered at the General Con- consumed, the loss being $17,000 W. D. rey, R. E. Robinson and R.Austin.A nati; T L Perry, Florida; Edgar C Bird, the expense of the party receiving right of

vention of Universalists held last pl'tition"as received from citizens residing Ocala; Mrs W C Whitney, Washington; Mrs way. excepting when City Council may join i
each. Theatres
lapped by
were up Hnrrison.: Mrs Mason, New York; Andrew
in the vicinity to have that portionof said Receiver in the improvement or i
year in Brooklyn. The address con- the flames at the rate of five per Alachua street, l lying between Seventh Carnegie. Pennsylvania. ing of any of the streets through which t

tains 4,162 words and Mr. Englishwrote month loss and Ninth streets, properly filled in and MANSION HOUSE.P right of way is granted.SEC. .
average $19,000. Only Massman. Philadelphia; L A Wise 4. In granting this right of way it is a J
them all with a steel pen, by about half as many courthouseswere graded to,make it passable for teams to and Florida; T J Cronley, Savannah: L J hereby specially stipulated that said H. R.Duvjtl. .E

from the cemetery.The O'Neill, New Hope; L P Herndon, Tampa; Receiver, as Trustee for himself and
gas light, without the aid of a mag- destroyed, the cost of each petition was referred' to the Committee Alfred Wilke. Hans Breiseig, E Wandel- his successors, in interest, shall submit to

nifying glass. about shetfer. New, York; Jai Menzies. Jackson- such rules and regulations on the part of .
l being 20000. on Streets.A ville; John Darby, Starke. Fla; Philip Hor- the City, as from time to time !may be essential -

FRANK: CARPENTER, who was a CORK leather, as produced in petition for permission' to build an ad-. ton, Detroit; Albert P Murphy, Orlando; and practicable for the maintainmentof :
Lieutenant dition to the house on lot 5 block 14 was referred Joseph Darnell, Florida; L. L Carpenter, unobstructed traffic; for the protection of
in the Eighth Vermont France, is claimed to possess some to the Fire Committee.Dr. Monticello; TM Baird. Mrs T M Baird, Jno life, health ; against fire, or for the main-

Regiment cherishes Mack, John Rossell, James Green, William tainment of good order.
carefully copiesof special advantages as compared with Starbuck, representing the Board of Conway, M Leech, James Kennedav, Byron SEC. 5. It is furthermore stipulated that in

the Richmond Inquirer of 1864. the natural skins. In its productionthin Health, called the attention of- the Council' Leech. Matt Alder Nathan Clark, T M granting the right of way to the party named,

He was then in to the bad sanitary condition of several Carl,M S Pollard, Will Smith, Wm H Peak from Centre to Calhoun street, such privi-
a prisoner Libby sheets of cork
or pieces are cov- M C John leg shall not conflict with right of way
T L Carlisle, Murray, May,
prison, and was a subscriber to the ered on both sides with an extremelythin places within the city limits, and requestedthe Dillon, Hank Dillon, M S Schultz. M E granted by the City of Fernandina to the
co-operation of Council with the Boardof Conklin, Baird's minstrels Warren F Scott Fernandina & Amelia Beach Railway Com-
India rubber skin with ;
Inquirer, paying $20 for a three any Health to remove the evil so far as pos- and son, Miss Oedelin Scott, Amelia, Fla; J pany. (Passed and approved May 20,1885.)
months' subscription. He paid $6 ordinary textile fabric outside of all, sible. T Duffv, Jacksonville; J Adams, Brunswick SEC. 6. For protection of existing valu-
the whole becoming thus a sort of H P Samnels, New York; Miss Ida able mills located partly upon the street
for the insertion of a personal whichwas The following bills were ordered paid: ; which the right of way is given, said
homogeneous texture or tissue and Burnett, Brunswick; H Anmon, Savannah; upon
; .
Thos. Kydd, services as Treasurer for H W Gray, Palatka; C King and wife, Pitts- H. R. Duval, Receiver etc., before requiring
copied in New York and led to although the cork sheets, in their the present year..........................$150 00 burg; John R Stout, Jacksonville: M Cul- removal of same, shall give the owners

his release. normal state are readily :permeableby W. B. C. Duryee, firewood......_....... 2 50 lins. Philadelphia; P A Morgan, Illinois; P thereof reasonable time complete existing
water friable] and brittle and R. L. Denefield removing carcases... 6 00 Massman, Pennsylvania; Robert Johnson, contracts for lumber they may now have,
THE City of Pekin, which sailed E. W. Nix,.stationery..................... 40 Wisconsin; Miss P Bigelow, Rochester; CH the extent of such limit not to exceed four
from San.Francisco for China last possessed of very little strength or Francis Kelly, grading Broome st....,240 00 Green, Georgia: L P Carpenter Boston; Geo months from date of passage of this Ordi-
cohesion, having only the positive Florida Mirror,advertising print'g 31 75 Blank, Jr. Philadelphia; B Hood, Augusta, nance.

week, took 1,400 Chinese. Many of qualities, of lightness and non-con- Upon, motion of the chairman of the Ga; Geo W Druramond. Savannah; T W Duval SEC. 7.Receiver It is also, etc.,stipulated shall avail that himself H. R.of

them were old, diseased, crippledand duction of heat, yet, when subjectedto Committee 'on the Poor, a poor, 'sick and Short Henry, Jacksonville Sanford; J; 31 H Benford J Willson, John, John R theprivilege of right of way hereby granted,

poor, and there were a numberof the treatment in question, the disabled man, whose name was. unknown, Thomson, Chicago; Rev W A Mabring! within a reasonable time,and roads upon a failure
product is very supple, and exhibits was ordered to be taken care of. Brunswick W H Gordon, South Carolina; to construct or operate the contem-
women and children. The plated to be built, within twelve months
great strength in resisting tensile The chairman of the Street Committee Geo L Mason, Milton, Fla; John W Kearney mills such of
Jas Knowls New after removal of right way
Chinaman in charge said that it was strain. "While also still retaining its was authorized to purchase a lighter-load of York, ;Philadelphia Mrs C E Haddock.; Miss S. Ida Haddock, may be withdrawn on the part of the City.

necessary to send all such home because comparative lightness and impene- shell for use on the public streets. King's Ferry; Miss C W Emory W A Cor- First reading March March 3d.3d.

trability to heat it is rendered both A committee of the' Board of Trade bett, Bellview, Fla: John W Hem James Second reading.
they feared trouble this summer Third reading. March 3d,and parsed
that Wilson Pennsylvania
waited upon Council and requested a Hern. Mr and Mrs ;
and G. F. AVERT,
and wanted to get all out of the waterproof impermeable to large number of voters illegally or fraudu- Saml Parsons. Henry Howard. New York; President Council.
moisture. The external appearanceof lently upon the city registration books be Hiram Caldwell and wife. Trenton, N J;
who GEO. E. WOLFF.City .
way might be a burden on those the material varies according to stricken off. But the Board having already John Niell, Hoboken; J Griffith, Canada. Attest: Clerk. '

who remain. Most of them went at revised the list;and there being sufficient
the nature of the textile substance W. II. POPE
of :
Council Lizzie Kendall the emotion
time to give the legal notice. refused young queen '
the expense of the Chinese societies. used in combination with the cork. i to comply. and comedy,at Lyceum Hall March 23d. Mayor.


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'_: ,',__- ; THE FLORIDA MIRRuR ; MARCH 20, 1886. : ,' ;
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TWILIGHT.i f like a man'friiand) 'to be' very i white ; it I hand., I recognized it. with a shud- that T 'a poverty" that most terrible t one to enter the vehicle, which drove away..
is unmasculine.#Well ?" I asked. I der. Is'.It not a'fine specimen ; l long, of all, exists-hidden poverty-and down 'a long country road.
Slowly,all lowly the widespread falls: night's land curtainOver You see,this hand;' I wish to haveit nervous, intelligent, capable: of wickedness frequently appearances are deceitful."It Whose trap is that ?" I asked the
: ;
the wrist. or skill-who knows ? I ad- is possible that mean well
+: And the angels:! of the twilight amputated just nbove you porter. :
I,#- At the gates of heaven stand. Amputated !I" I exclaimed,holdingand mired it somuch, so much, I took a but life is a burden to me. I am one u Mr. Wilkibson'ssir, of the' Crown
examining it.Why, this handis cast of it worthy of Roubilliac !I" of the most forlorn creatures on the I Inn.* :
band of angels,
Lo. they come a
[%/fjCkajMfcl!/!' Clad in robes of tender gray ; an active, capable member. Whatever ,Accustomed though I was to the face of the earth, or I should not wish I Is it going far? I should like tohire
And before their gracious presence do you mean ?" operating-room, there was repulsion to to quit a lovely scene like this "- it." !
r r*" t Fades the sun's last lingering ray. What I say. I wish it taken off. me in the sight of that hand, because glancing up at the blue sky. Then I I It won't i be back for hours sir
t In the west, a blaze of glory If ten napoleons are not sufficient for there was no occasion for its amputation. saw she was beautiful-a youug, deli- It's going to i the mad doctor'; at
.' = I Turns the sky to molten shadows gold; the operation, name your terms." Had it been crushed or maimedI cate, refined profile, relieved cameo- Danesbridge: long drag for one
the faint
4?I r In Of the the east coming night gray unfold. Sir, said I, I must decline your should ,have thought nothing of it, like by the brown bonnet. hanimal." i
offer. I see no 'reason whatever for but an active, healthy, dexter hand 'You are better now. Will you This was unexpected intelligence
Twilight brings us loving, tender such an operation, and will not undertake It was a mystery. promise never again to attempt self- "What is his name?"
.t' :.3.p+ Me,ac Who Thoughts l have of dear from ones out passed earth's away twilight' .t" "Why trouble thy head?" observed destruction try and bear your Dr. Gryc, sir. I don't think he
1'' ; ; Into everlasting gone day. Why not? If I desire it and am Jacobi. Look upon it as a business sorrow ?" makes much) of a do of it, for he
I..i willing to pay, what can it signify to transaction." "I have tried-fought against it, doesn't keep! no trap, no 'orse, no
Twilight memories are saddest, I could share his but is dead I and ancjl his house is
t V Twilight hopes are grand and strong, you ? philosophical hope ; am powerless I nothing ; a ram-
raw l" And the ships we long have waited There is such a thing as Principle feeling, and during the rest of my so- friendless." shackled old ;..place-good enough fora
? : Come t.o shore at even song. I answered, and I refuse to !.journ in Paris, ,I kept a constant look- Do not say that ; I am willing to madhouse, I suppose."
In the quiet hush of twilight mutilate a perfect limb. I must wish out for my nocturnal visitor, but befriend you. You distrust me be- To fill up the time I strolled through
M;r :: We may rest both heart and hand; you a good evening; begging you to never encountered him ; so a mystery cause I am a young man and a the clean little town until the departure
; 1.1 We may dream of gorgeous castles think 'better of such an insane pro- he remained. stranger. Here is my card. I am a of the next train, wonderin
Raised in Spain's far distant land. ceeding." doctor, well known about this neigh- how to gain ;some intelligence of the

$x Life has much of sunlight glory, :My visitor regarded me with an IL borhood. Write, come or send:: to me hapless girl, ,rhoni-it pained me to see
r/I; Days whose splendor blinds our sight, ugly stare, then turned away, impatiently Two years afterwards!; found me in and I will try to assist you." in company >vith a person I had set
It has much of sorrow's darkness, retied the scarf about his partnership'with\ a well-known doctor She hung her head ; evidently my down as a biauvais sujet. Was betaking
all the blackest night.
When seems neck, saying impatiently : My pro- at Hampstead. I had passed my ex- words had impressed her, and I placed! her t'o a lunatic asylum? I
a So, with loving hearts and trusting, ceedings are nothing to you. I did amination in London at the College of my card in her passive hand. wondered. '\Vas there anything amiss
Should we prize the twilight time, not come for your advice or your Surgeons, and commenced* practice.I "Sir," .said she, I thank you if with her mind ? No, no ; impossible.She .
;? r When Up the the heights stars in of silvery heaven beauty climb. opinion, simply for your professional should have preferred Soville row to you are S1l1cere." had been;, wild with despair that
services. I wish you good night, :Mr. Frognal ; but had I resided in that Will you give me your promise ?" lovely June morning ; nothing more.I .
GUESS WHO HE IS. Secretan, and regret troubling you." orthodox medical locality, the chancesare u Yes, I will persevere little longer remembered her evident strugglefor
He stalked through the room, re- I should not have had a chain of my miserable lost life. I have no one composure, her replies to my ques
I. donned his ulster, seized his umbrellaand events to relate that form a strange to advise or-" She stopped as the tions. These were not indications of
t It was a cold wet night in Novem- made for the door, which I openedfor narrative. It was my custom on fine old church clock chimed eight, I insanity. :My previous interest in her
r -r; ber. Having piled up my fire with him, holding my lamp over the mornings to go for a constitutional up must fly-I shall be missed !I" She deepened, but I returned to town
; logs, drawn my table closely to it, handrail to light his way down stairs. to Hampstead Heath, where the air started up, rearranging her veil with without having formed a course of
*w* spread the books of ruy refer- 11 Mad," said I to myself, as I looked comes uninterruptedly over five coun- hurried, agitated fingers. Good action, unwitting that Fate was work-
i <-raftiai/ ence I was open just commencing a treatise ,after him ; he must be, although he ties. I had walked to the group of morning, sir." She sped away up the ing for me. :
7fi, ,: -, : from,notes made at a lecture at 1'Hosr did not appear so.'* Scotch firs, descending from them to hill like a gazelle, I following at a !
pital St. Antone, Paris, where I was I reseated myself at the table, but the turf skirting the' Ride. The moderate distance. A white object :, III.
ri.,', : ,+ studying surgery. I was settling to could not apply to my task ; my Heath, golden with blossoming furze, fluttered on the path, it was her The next night I was due at a ball
.+ work with a delightful sense of strange visitor had quite unsettledme. seemed a solitude. I had at that handkerchief. I picked it up, and given by Lady Hartbury in Portland
1, comfort as I heard the rain dashing Whatever could be his motive, early hour met no one, and imaginedI noted it was of the finest cambric, Place. Lord Hartbury had presentedmy
against my windows, when I was disturbed for wishing to undergo such an opera- had it all to myself, until my eyes. with the initials T. D." exquisitely father with the living on his estate -
by a sharp ring at the outer tion ? Would he go to Jacobi ? I chanced to fall on a figure seated on a embroidered. On the brow of the hill and we had seen much of the
door of apartment. Who could wondered. If so, Jacobi's ideas on rustic bench in front the miniaturelake. she turned and looked back. I waved family. It consisted of one daughterand
'4 aI l>e on such my a night as this? Jacobi, the subject might be altogether differ- It was that of a female ; her the handkerchief. Mistaking my object many son When the Hart-
perhaps, come round to smoke a cigar. ent from mine ;; he was immensely attitude suggestive of affliction thatI she made a dart forward and her burys came to town for the season
Of all my comrades this young Ital- clever and skillful, the chance of a softly advanced behind ,her to within slight, sylph-like form disappeared. they remembered me, inviting me to
ian was the only one with whom I had living subject a great temptation. I a short distance in order to observe "You was in the nick of time, sir, this ball. After my excursion into
fraternized ; but as I felt enthusiasticIn resolved to visit him early the next her. She sat'with dropping head and to prevent that young party from i Essex I had little inclination for gay-
i1 my task, it was vexations to be interrupted morning in order to ascertain. I hands clasped before her; she wore a chucking herself away. I was watch- ety, but it was incumbent on me to go
4 even by him. Lamp in lodged i in the Rue Ste :Marguerite, gray dress, with a close-fitting brown ing her myself, but wasn't so near as to it.The
,"* hand, I opened the ante-room door. close to my hospital, but Jacobi renteda straw bonnet and veil. Suddenly she you," said a policeman of the "S" di- night!was splendid, and I found
t*': : A stranger stood at the threshold. small atelier further away, for he was rose, wildly threw up her arms as if vision, emerging from the furze bushes. the drawing- rooms full ; a gay scene
i Have I the pleasure of addressing fond of modeling and a first-rate appealing heaven, and then rushed I've seen her here twice. before in of flowers in profusion, brilliant chan-
7. : llr. Philip Secretan?" inquired he in anatomist. Jacobi himself opened ,the down toward, the water. By instinct early morning." deliers, feathers, furbelows, fans and
: unmistakable English. door to me. He wore his canvas rather than.thought, I divined her intention Do you know her?" I asked. diamonds ; 'ladies, young, old andmiddleaged1
f ------______!Thl1t..i mJT.1HlmpIrp.p1i d-not, .ppron.and slppvp.vand: held-hie model- fwiUa bound :J caught her No, sir ; I don't think she lives '; the men I'atheryoung..
; with- a little surnrised. :May I ask your ing tools in his hand, greeting with with a strong grasp just'n .she reachedthe hereabouts, and I don't fancy she's a .A waltz"being in progress'to a charming -
rW ) ,, ++ businesswith me?" effusion. Personally the young Ital- water's edge; She struggled violently lady." Meditatively, She hasn't got band, I waited at the door for its
,4 '4".A U It is professional." ian was a direct contrast to myself; to free herself, but I pinned her no locket, no feather." termination, There I was speedily
Then it is useless. I am not as small, spare, agile'with; a thin, face, arms with both my hands. My opinion was the reverse. spied out by one of the young d'Arcys,
jet practicing, being a student at pres- sparkling dark eyes, and a physiog- How dare you?" she said, turningto "Keep a lookout near the pool, who joined ;me. After the usual interrogations -
ent." nomy of a Jewish cast, in unison with me a white, wan face. Let me go then, my man ; you understand," saidI concerning the healths of
k ., ,, .. "I know it; but you have been his name. -let'me go, I say, this instant !I" slipping half a crown into his hand. our respective families, John gave me
recommended to me as the cleverest Ah, mio Secretano," he cried, be- Not until you are more rational. Thank: you, sir; I'll keep my a piece of information.
and most skillful English one in surgery fore I had time to mention the objectof Young woman, do you know the crime weather eye open. A nod's as goodas Have you heard that Augusta is
N i 41.4k1. at your hospital, and I prefer a my visit. "I have had such a you meditated ?" a wink to a blind horse." going to be i married?"
.' countryman. Can I come in 1""Certainly' stroke of good fortune 1 Viva I '' Suppose I do," said she, defiantly, For days,after this adventure that Is she really?" I was nearly ad
, ,., ,"' I replied, admitting have performed my first professional "what then?" girl's pathetic voice rang in my ears- ding at last," but fortunately stoppedin
lim, wondering what could possibly operation. Knowest thou, my friend, Only that I shall hold you until her beautiful dark eyes seemed ever time. Lady Augusta was the eldest
i, Tequire, and how he had heard of me. that last night's tempest blew me a you think better of your 'intention. before me. When I slept I dreamedshe of the family, quite thirty years of
"When he entered I looked at him patient, and I- There-it, is useless to struggle (for had thrown herself into the pool, age, a fine,:handsome woman of haut
I more attentively. A tall man, holding "I do know ; that is why I am she endeavored to twist herself from and I was powerless to save her life. ton. She had waited on and on for a
;,, '; himself erect, in age about thirty- here." Then I proceeded to give himan my grasp) ",I do not intend to release It chanced at this time that I had high title, which did not come,though,
.4'.' eight, from what I could see of his account of my visitor. And so you until you are calmer." to call at my surgical instrument. of course, she had received many
i-: : face, for he wore a peaked traveling you performed the operation said I, Finding herself powerless, she began maker's in the Strand. A block of offers. I inquired who was the happy
$f r1 'p ; cap drawn down over his eyes and a in conclusion. "Oh, Jacobi, how to cry hysterically. This was a vehicles having occurred in that man, expecting to hear a duke name .
r1K'i s ?' scarf pulled up over his chin, he was could you do it ? He is mad." good sign. I led her back to the crowded thoroughfare, I waited at a I was surprised at the answer: Col.
covered with raindrops, and placing a Not he," answered Jacobi ; he is bench, still keeping a firm hold of her. crossing, and chancing to glance intoa Delmar Gonzalez. I dare say you
% soaked umbrella in the stand, he divested more awake than either you or I. If She sobbed violently, her tears dropPing cab immediately in front of me, have heard i of him.
himself of an old plaid ulster, he wished to be rid of a hand, what on my hands, and I felt she was what did I see but the brown bonnet, Indeed I,had, in common with all
.and I conducted him into my sitting- then It was his affair. Per corpo di trembling from head to foot. Know- and through its gauze veil the ex- London. Little more than a twelve-
,* loom, placing c chair for him near the Bacco! Scruples have I none. I remembered ing that after this excitement she qu site profile I longed again to be- month previously he had burst on so-
i. ? iire. Taking ofF his cap, I saw a well- mio Secretano, that you would become exhausted, I waited pa- hold A gentleman was seated be- ciety in meteor-like splendor. The
yyy ae -, featured man, of pale, worn complexion English commit suicide in November.This tiently, and when she grew calmer relaxed side her. Glancing at him, a feeling newspapers were everlastingly describing -
, .!' : deeply set light-colored eyes, fair signor let himself off easier." my hold of her. She buried possessed me that he also was not unfamiliar his mansion at South Ken
d :. hair and neglected beard, dressed in a How did he stand the operation ?" her face in her handkerchief and wept to me ; but it was not until sington-its marbles, its pictures, its
? +, ,, traveling suit very much the worse for Unflinchingly.. Doubtless he had more quietly. the cab began to move that I identifiedhim. wonderful furniture ; then his dinner,
S.,' 'wear. He was self-possessed, his his reasons. What are they to me ? "Now," said I, "tell me your It was my nocturnal visitor of soirees, horses, carriages ; last, not
w ,. ,. voice clear, with a metallic ring in it. Tencr in bocca and take the fee is my troubles. Few are so bad but theycan Rue Ste. Marguerite He, of all men least, his heroic conduct in the war
We regarded each other attentively. maxim. I lighted all my lamps, selected be alleviated if they cannot be in the world, to be, that poor girl's between Chili and Peru, for, thoughan
M f *' To whom am I indebted for this my best instruments ; 101! it was cured." companion Without a moment's Englishman, he had served in the
introduction, ar.d in what manner can not ten minutes doing ; and behold She raised her head, turning her hesitation I determined to follow Peruvian army with distinction ; and
t 't I be of use to you ?" ten napoleons 1" wild dark eyes on mine.i How dare them. A'crawling hansom was pass- his vast wealth which was the main-
That is immaterial.:' l{ How did he hear of us, Jacobi ?" you, a stranger, speak to me at all ? ing (never again snail they be anathe- spring of this adulation. So Lady
,'s f *' Pardon me, I do not think so.", Reveal; he would not. I was curious It is a liberty-a great liberty 1 1" matized by me.) I sprang into it, Augusta had accepted him, the high
{ You, also a young Italian named to ascertain ; so, after his departure It would be so under ordinary circumstances ,- telling the driver to follow the four- title not being forthcoming.
,: -Jacobi, were mentioned to me as be- to the hospital, I went, through ; but I will not stand by to wheeler in advance of him. Its desti- I hope she will be happy," I paid,
' ing already expert surgeons; as I said wind and rain at a late hour, to inter- see a life thrown away, and you are nation proved to be Fenchurch Street sincerely, for she had always been
fi i ;; +; before, I give the preference to ant rogate old Michel, the concierge, and young enough to have in all probability -; Station. Avoiding observation, I very kind tp me and my sisters.
Xa** ; Englishman. require your services he told me ,an English monsieur had many happy days in the future. watched my Parisian acquaintancetake I hope she; will," returned John
' for an operation." questioned him as to the most expert Who knows what Providence may tickets for Ongar. I then took d'Arcy. "'';Augusta is, a good sort. ,I.
;J : An operation !I" I exclaimed. young surgeons studying there. have in store for you ?" one also., Following them to the dare say they will get" on well enough.
+ __ Where ?" Thanks to bon :Michel, he mentioned Providence has deserted me." platform I noted that the young lady Well enough You don't speak
i 41 Here. On myself." you and me." No,;, Providence never forsakes ascended the stairs wearily, looking very enthusiastically.'"
Ii I regarded him from head to foot Well done, Jacobi What a those who do their best, and place their neither right nor left. The man, on "To tell you the truth," sinking hIs
' with astonishment.!:! strange affair 1 Why did he not go toa trust jn it. What ,is your grief to the contrary; seemed all activity ; he voice confidentially, though he's a
1 Yes, on myself. If you are disengaged surgeon of repute, I wonder?" prompt such a dreadful act as this! ?" was'well dressed now, and had shavedoff hero and all that kind of thing, been
now." Because the signor had his rea- You have no right'to ask." his untidy :light beard, wearing a blown up in a fort he was defending
Again I looked at him in You attach much black moustache of and wounded dozen times, I'm not
II amaze- sons. too importance This is childish, I said, vexed at instead-dyed a
l t ment. Was he in his right senses ? to it. I performed the operationwith the wrong .view she took of my interferen course. in love with him myself; he is !so shut
I wondered, for he appeared perfectly skill and speed ; into my pocketI e. "If your friends are unkind They entered a carriage,I its neigh- up. Some people might call; it pride,
; well. put his gold ; and I have an addition I"- bor, and the tr -started.. Beyond J'roc know for he is rolling in horridlucre.
r + l, "} will,pay: ten napoleons for your to my collection of casts." Jacobi "I have no friends. ," she inter- Stratford, Esser begins to get pretty 1 His first wife was a great Peruvian -
lee, }he said.t waved his hand in the direction of a rupted. and at Ongar it is quite rural. A fly heiress:: -owned a silver mine:
*!.**! E + i4 This i il' a most unprecedented proceeding wall, upon which hung a medley of Perhaps it is a lover's quarrel ?" ,was waiting at the door of the 'quiet she died some years ago. ]leaving
4 ,, S i," I you "must please be a, little bones, diagrams, squeezes and pipes. "Sir, do you insult me ?" little station. With his left hand the everything to him. That's why"he
more explicit. "Look ?" said he, taking a small object Is it poverty ?" I ,asked, glancingat man carried a small portmanteau ; his has hooked on her name to 1m own.
-} For reply he laid a fine));-sha ed .from a bracket and removing a her attire, which, though neat, right arm was thrust in the breast of Here the waltz terminated and en-
"- 'white_right hand on the table. I dis- wet cloth 1 ; it was the cast of a man's gave no tokens of it ; but I well knew his coat. He hurried his companion abled me to make mv wav, across the

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to pay my' respects to my hostess. counterpart-even whiteness.- He ding/ few tears. -. ': fJIl00ERlESJ it
"Go oh 'dear child"Vaid- lir 5. V I PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC I
; reker. ,
Lady Augusta, looking regally tried to speak, but failed'! ; he staggered taking her hand and retaining; it. f
beautiful was standing at a little distance to a chair and sat down great.drops of Once, I told him how different he was 1

conversing with a tall, fashionablelooking agony on his pallid forehead. from the loving father I rtAl ll'l! l'red._' He' I WHOLESALE j AND RETAIL : ,

man, whose back was Take that horrid thing'awi !1" he was dreadful 'angn' with me aiuj' locked me !
: But I got out sometimes] in :
up. the'early: I
turned toward me. Concluding thatit gasped: in a low, hoarse voice, struggling morning-the'liousekeeper's: .niece was good I

was her fiancee, I did not'like to:interrupt hard to rally, the father and son to me and managed; it. I WUf.:: wr tched. for .

their conversation; but looked looking at.him. in dismay. Excuse he aid I was mad I. am not-though ]I I
llaha enough to make me 151) I longedto .tLTV' ?"**'. -5iJV
: ,
at him with._ natural l interest. Presently ,me," he continued, ".but.in warfare I be'at rest. You saved me. I was' very

he changed! his attitude. ,have gone through such horrors' that a wicked, I know. My father, who now seldom 1-

Amazement 'Did my' eyes deceive frightful object suddenly presented to. came to the house, took me'a few days .
ago to a private lunatic asylum near Ongar,
me? jVb. Before me was the very me-has-has-startled me. I owed obedience to a parent but none to'mad a tj

man I had only the preceding day followed It is the cast of your own right doctor. Yesterday I crept through the Jr ffijjagZ ,
visi- hand two garden hedge, walking across- the fields to 1
to Ongar-my mysterious amputated by me
years ago _
avoid observation and escaped 1
tor of the Rue Ste. Marguerite This last November. It was a perfect hand reach London, but fainted with; fatigue hoped at to r 3 1

man under the roof of Lord Hart- unmaimed. You came to 'me in the this good woman's gate." 4 .

lIe< Colonel Gonzalez, distinguished evening. My name is Jacobi." Obtaining a wagonette ata neighboring
bury farm for site weak ,
too to walk
was the '
'' "
and wealth !l' YOU lie.
for his bravery short distance to the station we brought the I : J

I could not be mistaken; he had dyedhis "Philip Secretan, step forward," poor fugitive to Dr. Vereker's house. !

hair black and shaved off the said Lord Hartbury. By dint of inquiries it transpired that a
clerk the bank in Lima had left
straggling sandy beard, but his furtive I obeyed, and our eyes meeting, I tion a at few years previously order his to situa-be-

]light eyes I could swear to. I felt I saw that he recognized me.U Both come Colonel Delmar's confidential secre-

wanted air, and again made for the these gentlemen," continued the Earl, the t.arhe was with him up to .the time of ::_ .. _

door. 'Will you point out to me <{ swear to have known you in Par sunder siege. ,Having and an possession intimate': knowledge of importantdocument" of ?-. _

which is Colonel Gonzalez ?" I said toa strange circumstances. Whatare his employer's private affairs, besides beingof I

footman entering'with ices. we to conclude ? Philip Secretan similar a and stature doubtless the facilities -

dark to I have known from his he is : for the perpetration .of a, gigantic
"That gentleman! talking. boyhood ; fraud tempted him, sacrificing his right hand sOUrNfuPCo.aY" tiw-

Lady Augusta, sir truthful as one of my own sons. Whyare that his well-known writing might not betray -

I waited with curiosity to see if he you so agitated ?" him. His next step was to obtain

would take an ice. No, the salver "This would agitate any man of honor!" possession of Teresa and the use of her for- A. B. NOYES t
cried the soi-disant Colonel, suddenly tune, her father having been sole guardianand .
passed him, but he took a wafer with springing' to his feet, to be insulted so infamously trustee to the young heiress. The impostor ,

his left hand. The right one in its -though of what you suspect me was never traced ; perhaps \\e never -DEALER IX- I
heaven knows I will fetch tried to do so, but let him off with his muti- _
white glove hung at his side. I left you ample t

the house. By daybreak I had determined you proof mention.thatI was in Lima the very month all.lated would arm and only ill-gotten just keep spoil him, whichafter from abso-. FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES t

what to do-to warn Lord By your leave, we will accompany you," lute" want for his life. ,
Hartbury. The first step was to senda said Lord d'Arccoolv.. The devil's corn always grinds to chaff,
I "Only yourself and Lord Hartbury, if saidJncobi.
to Jacobi, who was now assistant To the world of fashion it
telegram wasgiven out
you please. As you will soon be such near Hay and Grain
Stores !
house surgeon at the hospital, I' relations, of course, I"'- that the marriage of Lady Augusta and Ship ,
Colonel Gonzalez do not mention that Colonel Gonzalez was broken off in consequence t ti
telling him to ,come over immediately tt
business and to with subject at present," interrupted the Earl, of a quarrel, and that the Colonel. t
bring had I
on urgent who, with his son, followed the Colonel quitted England. FURNITURE MO PAINTS MB GROCKEei
him the cast of his first patient's hand. from the room up the richly-carpeted stair- Teresa Delmar's health was very delicate
forsome time the ,, ,,
Then at twelve o'clock I called on case. owing to strain on her ,
nervous system ; but, thanks to a good con-
"This is will
Lord Hartbury, asking for a private my ; you stitution heaven's
kindly wait here? The papers are in my by blessing she rallied. HARDWARE
interview. Vans were before the door sleeping chamber.'' Entering an inner Her chosen residence was with my parents WILLOW-WARE, ETC.

removing the paraphernalia of last room, he closed the door, and the two and sisters, at our simple country vicarage,
great heiress though she was, until she at-
night's ball. The Earl came to me noblemen heard him unlocking and open- tained hermajoritr. She is the PRICES AS LOW
ing drawers apparently; then all was silent. now light AS THE LOWEST.
from the breakfast-table, looking a lit- As he.did not come back, they tapped at the and joy of her husband's home. Can you ,
tlesurprised. It was a delicate subjectto door-no answer; turned the handle of the guess who he \is?-Belg'at'ia.Fl. ;

broach,but I told him the whole lock-it was fastened. Convinced that N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis,, Fernaiidina', Fla.
SOnlpthin was wrong. thev summoned .. AUSTIN:: : :
storv.--.J. He did not see the drift of ituntil I Jacobi duff me.n Our combined efforts forced -I

I came to the part of identifyingColonel the door. The room was empty ? He had MANUFACTURER OF

Gonzalez as my mysteriousvisitor. escaped by a small door opening to a cor- Tin Sheet-Iron I
ridor. Indeed, Lord Hartbury's coachmanand WareAND .
Then never did man look footman in attendance with the carriage DEALER IN .,, I .I .. ,,,_ l. ,, -t; r
more astounded ; but he thought it a had seen him leave the house deliberately -

decided case of mistaken identity ; he as if for a walk. No doubt he had \ B d E T VB
1ffi.crfl an
said it was impossible. It was well made" for the Metropolitan Railway." I
Who and what is this man? exclaimed dII
known that his hand had been blownoff Lord Hartbury. I

at the siege of Lima ; it was a co An impostor,'' cried I. We must go to J.
incidence. Scotland Yard." II II III IIf ,

"Stop, Philip," said he, much agitated,
Not so, my Lord, I cried ; I can and laying a trembling hand on my arm. 1. : ; r ;. .- .; ;
prove to the contrary: "Remember how our name is connected ; Y..' ,r > .''4, ,,..
Never was man"so hard to persuade, with his. For my daughter's sake we must" I ...;.;..
and the affair from ---- --
try keep publicity.
but it ended in his consenting to put .J'j.
We drove to the Colonel's banker in Lom- I
the Colonel to the proof in a mannerwe bard street; he had preceded us by an hour, H. E. DOTTERER

arranged. Late at night Jacobi having been there to withdraw some specie "$ !$
.and all the diamonds deposited there for :1 j jI
arrived. safety, for presentation to Lady Augusta ti kl INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

Per corpo di JBacco, my curiosity d'Arcy," he had informed them.
, is great 1 Why hastthou summonedme The two noblemen were doubtful no # # # I

in such haste? The cast is here longer-the man was a scoundrel ; and they
drove off to the Peruvian embassy to make FINE FAMILY GROCERIES: }
tapping his valise. "I waited for inquiries. I and Jacobi ,returned to Frog- I

nothing-threw a little wearing apparel nal, where a surprise awaited me-a letter Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.

with an Essex postmark. Wondering, I
together, and started half an I COOKIXG UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS
tore it open and read as follows: ,
hour after receiving your telegram." "SIR-Last evenin a young lady, dusty EMBRACING .NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
When he had eaten a good supper I and seem to have trampit miles, stoptat my LIFT AND FORCE, PUMPS,
told him the gate and axed me for a drink of water, then
particulars. To he
say fell down a-faintin. Me and my husband WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY
wasastonishe is superfluous.The carried her into a room as we'lets; there .

following morning we went to was only three shillins and your card in her DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTYTIN
Portland Place, Jacobi carrying a neat pocket. We hopes you or somebody will SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
come, as we be ole foke. AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
little parcel. Lord Hartbury had Your humble servant, for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
taken his eldest son into his confi- MARTHA COPPIK. Wind Mills for pumping water or running PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL f

dence, who was more incredulous even Wildwood Cottage, Theydon Bois road." light machinery promptly erected on order. .

than his father, but when Jacobi related Well done, good Martha!I" cried 1.h Ja- Church. Factory and School Bells for sale ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

cobi, I am called away for a few hours. at a bargain. I II
in sufficiently good English his Try to amuse yourself until I return." ; :Stoves at Wholesale Prices. -

account of the operation he had per- "Thou must be summoned by a cara arnica All goods delivered at the various trans- FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I I _

formed two years previouslythey began I, mio Secretano, thy look is so happy." portation stations within the city free of + '. 1
I flew to my partner's. Dr. Vereker. He charge. All sales for cash. -+- -tw -+- t
to be little shaken their in ry
a in was out, but I told Mrs. Vereker the whole CORNER BROOME AND'SECOND STS. ,
credulity. We all four drove across story of my meeting with the young girl. Fernandina, Fla. July 12, 1884. THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCR]PTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.

Hyde Park to South Kensington. Ar- Like the good practical woman that she is,

rived at house with choice she prepared at once to accompany me downto JAMES McGIFFIX,
an elegant Essex. We caught the G p. m. train, and NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer
flowers at all the windows and bal- at seven were standing before Martha Cop- ..
conies, we were ushered into a charming pin's honeysuckle-embowered cottage at CONTRACTOR .
Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERXANDINA, FLA.
Theydon Bois. How I love that old Nor-
morning-room overlooking a pleasure man name! The setting sun cast long Alachua Street, between Second and Third, I

garden. golden rays through the tall forest trees by fI fI
41 Thou must be mistaken mio Sec- which it was surrounded. What a peaceful FERNANDINA, FLA. '
. .. . _.. !
retano rural scene, and only one hour's journey i : ;; -. .. < ,; :" > :
whispered Jacobi, upon whom Orders and estimates from a ,
from the dense East End I Martha herself
the marble entrance hall its luxurious fully attended to. 2 3-t
opened the door, and thankful she was to

appurtenances, and liveried servants, see us. The young lady,she said, was better BIG OFFER To introduce them, ,,
had made It after a nights rest and new milk,but mortal we will GIVE AWAY
a great impression. cer- weak. We found the young girl reclining A 1,050 Self-Operating Washing Machines If
tainly did appear incredible.I in an old arm-chair. She was at first you want one, send us your name, postoffice
and at once. The National Co.,
and Jaco stationed ourselves in startled at our entrance, for the old woman, .21 Dey express Street, New York.
the shadow between the windows the it seems, had sent to me without her knowl- - ,. '
; ADIES iU\a'"rED-To work for us at their
two noblemen edge; then, recognizing me, a faint blush of own homes. S7 to 81O per week can be
stood in the
sunlight. pleasure passed over her pale face, and she L easily made; no canvassing; fascinating and I
Presently) the Colonel entered, shaking timidly stretched out a thin little hand. steady employment. Particnlars and sampleof I
hands She looked ethereally beautiful-too fragile. the work sent for stamp. Address HOMEMAN'F'G
with them
i in
an easy manner. CO., P.O. Box 1916,Boston, Mass.
lIe My name is Teresa Delmar, said she,
wore a rich crimson robe de cham- telling her story, I was born at Lima. E WANT SALESMEN everywhere, local
<>rc. With his black hair and pale My mother, who was a Peruvian,died whenI and traveling,to sell our goods. Will pay
good and all Write for
complexion he certainly looked picture- was ten years old, and my father, who was terms salary at once and state expenses.salarv wanted.
lIke. English, took me to school at Nice, for he STANDARD SILVER-WARE COMPANY,
The loose cuff of his right arm was in the army, and could not see much of Boston, Mass.
was !looped up to his vest. He glancedinquiringly his little girl. I lived at Nice for seven The Cabbage for the South
toward Jacobi and me. happy years. During that time my father I lOCH *SON'S ,
These came over to see me twice. He was about '
gentlemen tell me they taking me from school when that dreadfulwar Celebrated Fashion Catalogue Either for home use or for shipment to NOBTHZBX MABKZTS,
already enjoy the privilege of your acquaintance broke out. Then the news came that SEr T I CDCC rnCCmer.ior Spring 1&86,readyMarctt10th. and Sum- -ISHENDERSON'S -

Colonel said Lord Hart- he was killed, and it nearly broke my .to any address. Illustrates and lists
every thiugfor Ladles.Gents',Child rens'
bury. heart. Afterward came a letter telling me K and Infants' wear and Housekeeping EARLY SUMMER.
u it.was not so-he was spared, but with the Goods,at prices lower than those of any
Yes, in Paris cried Jacobi starting house in the United States. Complete
loss of his right hand. Then he sent for me .alifactiou
ranlt'l'd.ormoney re- ThIs valuable variety, as wen as a fan list of the most desirable
forward and placing the cast of his home to London. One of the governesses fuiided. H. C.>F. KOCH & &ON,
and traveled with me to take care of me. My 6th Ave. & 20th bt.,.>..*. City.I .
immediately before him with the SEEDS
father Dover. I
met me at was shocked at
quickness of lightning. This. little the change in him, for he had been a great w AT E: :J:) ,
memento will remind. sufferer from his wounds. He took me to a TO I wm be found descrfoed In our Manual of"EvgKVTuufct FOE THB:GABDZJT,**which will be sent to any
BUY FOR CASH, address on receipt of stamps[6c.]to cover postage.
\r small house the
ords cannot desc.ribe the effect of near Regent's Park. He
the was no longer the dear father of my child- White and Heron Skins SEEDS3IE5 A GROWERS,
: Announcement ; I trust never again hood, but hard and stern. He placed an Egret ,
to 35 & 37 Cortlandt St.,
See a fellow-creature old and Peter Henderson & Co1
receive such a housekeeper over, me, forbade me In Large Quantities. Address NEW YORK.!
mental shock He pushed back the corresponding any one. lIe was my ,
cast with father, and it was my duty to obey him. butI :LEWISOHiT: : :: & CO.,
his left hand, its fellow, its was very unhappy." She paused, shed- 227 Pearl Street, New York. .



4 $ THE FLORIDA :MIRROR : MARCH 20, 18 6. .
., -
t rwvn 'I'lIE y LOIU ) .. lIRIOn.: drawn from market, and it is also GREAT RAILWAY PROJECTS. In 1380, Cedar Key, in township 15, and Willie 'Baldwin.' Florida is
true'that during a long period of tax .. The new road from Milleri\ to Hart's was the most southerly point in Flor- well represented in the University of

.''ia' GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. title:litigation sales were suspended, Road i sprogressing rapidly,and, it is ida reached by rail. To reach Ocala, the South, a deservedly popular in-

R t.- t,f, ,' Subscription, 82 per year; six months tit.r but we understand that the companyhas said, will be completed before next Leesburg, Brooksville, Tampa, and stitution. The:Spring Term openedon
? y" always been desirous of bringingto fall. It will have the advantage of all the central-southern portion of the 18th. This school is peculiarin
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor .
)* # Fernandina enterprising businessmen a saving of some thirty-five miles in Florida long and tedious stage linesor having its long vacation in the
RATES OF ADVERTISING. and has from time to time distance between Savannah and Jacksonville road steamers were required. In winter.
tN Ten cents a line for the first and five cents for
1 each subsequent insertion. offered very great inducements in 7: and of? over sixty miles between I 1880 Mr. Yulee took the initiative in
Gents Furnishing Goods
Special local notices 15 cents a line. the way of location at almost nomi Augusta and Jacksonville. It extending the Florida road to Ocala; At great bargains, at ,
e f Reading notices 25 cents a line.
y ,,,{f!, Special rate for time advertisements upon appli nal prices. Various causes which will become a- great competing line at the same time the Florida Southern _PAUL FU KE.S.
,t r cation at the office. the Times-Union knows nothing for both Northern and Western travel, and South Florida commenced Winter Clothing.

Communications upon all matters of local inter. about, but which are known and appreciated and will prove a formidable rival to operations, until within the brief Greatsacrifice! in Winter Clothing at
"I+ I .r est solicited from all parts of the county and from here by those who have the Savannah, Florida & Western, period of five years we have seen PAUL FUNSe3.Dry .
along the lines of Florida railways.All
communications intended for publication : been here long enough to know its giving the East Tennessee, Virginia the larger part of Peninsular Florida Goods.
should be addressed to the Editor: all business! history, have retarded the develop- & Georgia system an independentand reached by railways in every direction Goods Remember etc., at the closing out sale in Drv.

! ., f letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. ment of Fernandina ever since the shorter 'access to Florida, and so that we believe that there is PAUL FUNK

ill M ,t z SATURDAY, MARCH, 20, 1886. making a more direct line via Au- not a county in East or South Flor- Handsome Presents.
r :I war.The same litigations have now all gusta and Charlotte than the Atlantic ida which is not already connectedby Handsome presents given away to parties
,, a FERNANDINA TO THE FRONT. buying$10 or more at
} In article under the above been settled, the extension of the Coast Line. 'rail, except Dade and Monroe, in PAUL FPXKE'S.Absolutely .
? an line of railway terminating, the This road was projected in 1873 the extreme southern portion of the

.,i f heading, published in the_ Times- vigorous administration of railroad by ex-Senator Osborn, of Florida, peninsula. It is now possible to
of the 12th that begins
Union ,
t k..i paper' affairs and,the natural advantages of and was called the Great Southern, leave Pensacola,'in the extreme west,

S by saying: Fernandina have, we believe, placedit its initial, point being Millen, Ga.., and go by rail direct to Charlotte
The Town Improvement Society,
which for years, by its narrow and on the threshold of advancement.The I. and the objective point Key West. Harbor, far in the southern portionof

R :shortsighted policy, throttled Fernandina property of the Town Improvement The right of way was cut out between Florida, within twenty-four hours,
: hp '. = and Cedar Key, appears at Company, we learn, will soon Jesup and Jacksonville, and a con- a distance of over six hundred milesin ROYAL itll-Ytltl gaw.i4 a;
: last to have caught an echo from the be placed on the market, and it is : siderable portion of the road was a continuous line within the State. 4,
march of progress. Not only has it well known that that company has graded; but the company had not The railways of Florida have kept
been impossible heretofore for purchasers .0
k'fl&a' to obtain from it desirable given carte blanche to the Florida sufficient financial support to go on, I. up with, and even gone ahead of,
p v't
but it has stood in the way of improvements take for the railroad use any property couple of years ago General John B. essary results will follow of popula-

3.ipK which were vitally imiortant : they, might desire free of charge.We i Gordon resuscitated the portion be- tion flanking the railways on every 4i;
the of those I
to development -
.,.. rl. commercial facilities without which I believe in doing justice to tween Jacksonville and Tampa, and side and giving support to them.
' t no community can be really pros everyone, and although we may graded the whole distance ,between
,d? perous. That this niggardly'' and think the policy of the Town Improvement Jacksonville-and Palatka and a few THE WAR ON THE PRESIDENT.No

r;,, ,F{ suicidal policy has been abandoned Company not altogethera miles in the neighborhood of Tampa. one can read the speeches AK$6'POWER
we infer from an announcement in ,wise one in some respects, yet we General Gordon secured a liberal made by Mr. Pugh and Mr. Kenna
/ the
the last Fernandina Mirror to
/such land and seemed likelyltt without seeing the emphatic failure
effect that the City Council of Fer- cannot permit misrepresentations grant, one ,
! *', : nandina have granted the right of as those.in the article referredto time to build the road. The Jack- made by the Republican Senators in -

way to the Florida Railway and to pass uncontradicted. sonville, Tampa & Key West Rail- their arraignment of the Presidentfor
Navigation Company along the waterfront way, a rival project, graded at the the assertion of his Constitutional
i to Old Town. This, with the THE COAST DEFENCES. same time,:the road between Jack- rights. The special value of l1r.Kenna's Pure.
of the Town
! consent Improvement
Tilden's letter the sonville and Palatka which they able and admirable speechwas
r Society aforesaid, will enable the :Mr. patriotic on ,
i i f #"' 4 b.[ railroad company to establish new subject of coast defence has aided proceeded to finish. Work was then in the skilful and thorough THIS POWDER of purity:NEVER, strength VARIES.and whole-A
.' s;; steamship docks along the harbor largely in calling the attention of the suspended on the Gordon road and manner in which he convicted Mr. someness. More economical than the ordinary i.
'' kinds, and cannot be sold in competi-
t ( f front near the deep-water channel, Edmunds of and du-
of has not been resumed. inconsistency
; country to the necessity adopting tion with the multitude of low-test, short-
and its effect upon the growth and to forts The line of' the Great Southern plicity in his speeches and action in weight alum or phosphate powders.
prompt measures place our
!; prosperity of Fernandina cannot be .ttSf*Sold only in cans.
lta s ;TM''. otherwise than gratifying.The in a defensive position. The Engi- Road contemplated a direct line via 1867 and 1869. It has been said ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
Tints-Union, as not infrequently neer Department has long regardedthe Middleburg,Clay county, to Palatka, liars should have long memories ; it 48 106 Wall Street, :New York.

r, happens, manufactures a mouth of the St. :Marys as a thence to Silver' Springs, thence to may well be also said that politicians SOMETHING NEW !

history which has no foundation infact.n.nd point needing to be well guarded. Adam ville and-southerly to Kissimmee should keep track of their former

? ._ -_. which.,does great',injustice .Fort Clinch, begun andnearlycom- where a branch was to be con- utterances. Mr. Edmunds has been m e e ,
to gentlemen who are owners of real pleted before the civil war, was built structed to Tampa. The main line thoroughly worsted in the argumentby

i, 5.,t estate in Fernandina. It would upon what was then considered the was 'to pass,. east of Okeechobee .to the youngest member of the Sen- -INWINDOW -

.tt4, Iy r+ : hardly be supposed a priori that any best plan for coast and harbor de- KeY.Biscay ne.Bay. From this pointto ate and stands in ,debate before the SHADES.

;ti,, ', ; ,,' intelligent business men would deliberately fence. The experience acquired Key West the distance is 115 country as a quibbler and a petti-
and intentionally ignore since 1860 has demonstrated that the miles, and would pass over a chainof fogger instead of a great statesman.Mr. ALL MADE READY TO HANG.

, "'t l, and destroy their own interests. The old system of defence must be islands like _beads on a string," Kenna well states the positionof Trimmed, Stop-Spring 3 feet wide by Roller 6 feet,good long;grade Nickle of

z. .try', Town Improvement Company is changed and casemated forts are no which link the island of Key West the question in saying, In the Holland, with low handsome Pull-Down,at the
simply: business corporation, owning longer considered available againstthe with the main land of South,Florida. eyes of the Senate and in the eyes of astonishingly price
: ; a large amount of real estate in heavy projectiles which modern These keys or islands. bear the following the whole country the issue is pre-
These Shades in different Colors-
Fernandina. The growth and prosperity military science has made use of. heterogenous names: Ragged, sented in the one form at last, and Drab, Brown, Olive come, Green, etc.

' ,.t as i of Fernandina gives value to The present tendency is to a reliance Soldier, Elliott's, Old Rhoades, Key that is whether a Democratic admin- -ALSO-

r its property. It is well known thatthis' upon sand batteries with heavy ord- Largo (which is thirty miles long), istration shall appropriately performits A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE,

company has built a large and nance. The Engineer Departmenthave Matta Camba, Long, Conch; Grassy, functions, in the face of a nega- On Hartshorn's ''Patent Stop-Spring Roller.

*' U costly hotel, that the wharf facilities, reported now in favor of a systern Dutch, Krajl, Vacas, Knight, Pine, tive and obstructive majority on the Across the Curtain about nine inches from
ti +' covering several hundred feet of a of defence for the whole coast. Pigeon,:Molasses,Bahia;Honda,Sum- other side of the chamber," and elo- nine the bottom inches,is deep.stamped This in Shade Gold we Fancy sell Dado for ,

'4 "t space at four different localities on We do not know what they proposein erlin, Sugar Loaf, New Harbor, Sad- quently closed his- speech referringto /S5*SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACII

zf c + the river, have been furnished by reference to Fort Clinch. It is a dle Hill, B..opa.Chica, and Key West. the position of the President, all Complete, with: Handsome Pull-Down.
'. the company, that they have al- very important fortress and in case Out of-the;- .il5. miles the railroad But I mistake that man if he does J" & T. KYDD

ways contributed liberally to every of war with any naval power wouldbe would have 87 miles of land and 28miles not stand firmly to his post, main-

+ ;>..'Witt, 1 proposed improvement of the city. deemed of great strategic value, of water to cross. In the first taining, as it is his sworn duty under FOR SALE
C, lnrt, F It is not true that it has been impossible covering as it does the channel 80 miles less than a mile of water is the Constitution of his country to -THE-

; '++y heretofore for purchasers to across the bar as well as :the inland to be crossed. The balance of the maintain, every prerogative of his Domingo Acosta Grant,

obtain from it desirable lots with passage. This port would be the distance has considerable, water gapsto high office and transmit it unim- -CO TAI I O-

, lf' : good titles ; nor that one wharf, natural refuge of commercial vessels cross, varying in depth from five paired to his successors." Like Al- NEARLY 2,000 ACRES,

a badly located, and never in a state pursued by a hostile force and would to eleven feet,-,tfye deepest and most pine oak on Alpine peak amid Al- FACING THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AND

L i of proper repair, has been obliged to ensure safety from pursuit to any troublesome"place being Bahia Honda pine stones, The stronger she blows DUNN'S CREEK.
l, tx r t YIt c do duty for all the steamship lines vessel which could reach the immediate where a detour would have to be the firmer she roots him. The property adjoins the town of SAX

sending vessels to this port, as it is vicinity of the bar. We hope made and a depth of over twenty 114tTEO.and offers one of the best land
J OUR BOYS GONE BACK TO ings on the St. John's River. It has a front
tti t not uncommon to find steamships Congress will make a suitable appro- feet encountered. The line of road SCHOOL. age of two miles on Dunn's Creek.

at the steamship wharf, the Centre priation to put the quarters in the would be ordinarily safe, but subjectto The following lads left for the Titles the original direct from owners.T.the.Spanish Governmentto

l street dock, where the Charleston fort in order for a suitable garrison.OUR hurricanes. ',' University of the South,at Sewanee, A. ACOSTA, Adm'r.
i + steamships usually land, and at they We have just-witnessed the completion Term., to-day on the 4:30: train : H. H. LINVILLE Attorney.TOURIST .

': Broome street docks.It energetic Representative, Mr. of one line of railroad to Thomas A. Ledwith, Victor Hart, HOUSE
Theodore Foster,E.Sanderson,Lewis ,
does no good to make such Dougherty, succeeded in bringing up Charlotte Harbor, in township 41 ; Maitair, Johnnie Doggett, Forest FERN AXDISA, FLA.
'. wholesale charges in ignorance the the. Florida, claim on the Govern- it is quite within the range of prob- Drysdale, Charley Pearson, Reid
e1 { facts,and the statement made further ment for moneys expended in re- abilities that we may within five Pearson and James Spratt. The
'$& t' on.that the Times-Union happens to pressing Indian hostilities on Wed years witness the extension of the Herald hopes that each of these NOW OPEN S
will back
:' : know that the Mallory Steamship nesday. The chronic objector, Mr. Jacksonville, Tampa & ,Key West young from the gentlemen University covered come with NEWLY FURNISHED AND PAINTED

',! !+. Line and other steamship proprietors Holman,opposed it, and Mr. Bu- road ,from Titusyille, its present honors, for each and every one of f tions. First-class accommoda

! have, for years been endeavoring chanan, of New Jersey, and it went southern terminus in township 22, them is certainly capable of accom- TERMS: $2.00 PER DAY.

fi 01 I without success to obtain, similar over until next day, when it was to Key '"West, 250 miles south-the plishing great and grand results if gST Special arrangements by the week) or
k41 waterfront privileges, we are informed hoped to again bring it up.. Mr. extreme southern point of the United they will only try. Remember, month.
boys, the of the whole city W. G. ELLEN\rOOn.
t lias no foundation in fact.' Davidson; of the Second District, States, and ,within ninety miles of watching eyes your career, and think are 10 Proprietor.
It is true that for some time past, ably seconded Mr. Dougherty, and it Havana. how proud you all make your par- J TTT- E. FRASER, --

l .t while negotiations were pending by is,hoped their efforts will be crowned RAPID PROGRESS IN RAILWAY ents by achieving success at your .
r which the Town Improvement Company with success. No juster claim was CONSTR UCTION. studies.Florida Herald.A. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND HYDROPATHIC

L tl were expecting to transfer their ever presented. It is not a claim for One has to look back but a few L. Cotten, of this place, also Has permanently located at Fernandina

: t t entire interest under conditions very. favor, but justice in paying to Florida years to see what great progress has went in the same party, and several and people offers of this his place professional andsurrortnlingcountrv services to the

,; t, favorable to' the future interests,of an honest debt due her and long been made in Florida in the con- others will go next week, we are in- Diseases of children a specialty.
' c Fernandina;their property was with- withheld. struction and extension of railroads. formed, including Louis Fleming 11 lam*Can' be found at the Tourist Hotel.
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FERNANDINA, FIA.,,March 12, 1886.NOTICE : : :Bic"e, y
voters of the City of Fernan- I6r FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.'I !
dina that the annual election of officers for;
said city will be held on the first Monday in
the 5th of said -
being day
1886 .
April month,at the following named places: ,;1.. :;' lSPECI:: : A:Lo N-rJCm.: : : / !

Precinct No,1, at the Mayor's Office,Third '.
Street; 0.

Old time Between Precinct Town)and ;sunset No.the 2,hours on at C.said J.of day.Westberg 8 a. m. (standard store' -Ill' ([(I GOODS IN !886IlL! \ I J. & T. KYDD -,

And the following officers of the city will \
then and there be chosen by a vote of a HAVE DECIDED TO CLEAR OUT THE BALANCE OF THEIR. !,
majority of the votes given at said election FALL AND WINTER STOCK AT A GREAT REDUCTION IN 1


A Marshal YS
A Treasurer, 4. ,..\
And four ((4)) Aldermen. J
Given under my hand and the seal of the We have just received from the North and East an i

city this 12th day of March, 1886. '. ,, immense stock of _, r. !
W. H. POPE. Mayor.SEAL. Prints and Domestic Goods.
[ .] R. L. DENNKFIELD, -

Attest: GEO. E.. WOLF.City Marshal.City Clerk. II DRY GOODS [: CLOTHING, 11 i I .,"- _::' ;" i, GOOD, PRINTS at 4 Cents. BEST PRINTS at 5 Cents. "

Notice.; .r 1 r.;- 50c. Dress Goods, 30 25c. Dress Goods, 20 "

Notice is hereby given'that:the followingnames Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, 15c.U 10 10c.Ie 6 '" f fA
have been stricken from the Regis

tration Book of the City of Fernandina for is and in fact a full line in every Department, of the

the year 1886: LATEST DESIGNS; and as we are able to buy -__-_ GREAT BARGAIN IN BUCK SILKS, $1 A.YlRD I

Archer, Alexander Morris, J.J. in bulk, we are prepared to offer same atM ,
Jack Morgan C. W. "S :
Bruce,J. II. Mooney, .
Bush,Jas. II. Mason, Warren } jt'iiJ''VE HAVE ALSO SPECIAL JOBS IN Men's Youths' 1
Burnside, George Mitchell, Chas.J. PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION ) '
Barrett, John Merrow,J. H. P. __ and Boys' 'Clothing, PICKED UP BY OUR BUYER IN NEW '
Butler, H.A. Norman, George YORK CITY. ; 1 1J&i r

Clark,John Alfred Palmer Person,,Emanuel Rodwell Bush of business prevents our naming specialties.All *Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to .,".j l
Donovan, Cornelius Polhemus W.S. we ask is a trial Call and examine our stock ten dollars and over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. / j I
R. V. Rebuild, Henry :
Dohoney, ,
Douglass,John Robinson Cam before purchasing elsewhere. < J. & T.Northeast XYCC: : ,. .

Evatt, W. L. Roberts, Richard 6r"No trouble to show goods at MODE BBO'S.: I' ", corner Centre and Third Sts.,
:Freeman,John Riles, Peter
Floyd.John Redman, Richard NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. \ FERNANDINA, FLA.CLOTHING. 1
Freeman. David Rone, Taff ... I'' .. ,
Green, Alexander Stewart, Solo :;;t I [
Gray,W.E. Simms, Thomas ,.., 1 ..' ; < : I ;, I -' .I : .

Hargrett Gremley.,John Jacob Stewart Sharklatt, James, Isaac :,, .nL'{i ..;. ., DRTT GOODS

Hayes,Stephen A Stephens, John ,
Henderson, Peter Schuyler, Geo.W.
Hutchinson,James Sheldon, Isaac: n TAN'VARY 23 1086.
Howett. Cyrus Saunders, Chas.
Hazleton, James Tucker, Robert CD.My
Johnson, Peter, Jr., Trent,Samuel MODE BRO'S ( prices are positively betow those of any house,and fully
Jones,James Tucker, W. B. 15 to 25 per eent. less titan those or any credit "
Jackson, Randall Turner. Sherman
King, Samuel P Van Nostrand, C.J. eoneern. I want the money down; they give you thirty and
Ligoeur, Joseph Williams, W. H. 1rI sixty days in which to pay, and make up for tIle petty privilege by 1 1O
Lang,James, Jr. Wilson George ten interest. And insist
charging yon compound yet people
Lang William Ward, E. J. fll LEADERS OF LOW PRICES \ 11 0
LeCain, William H. Wishart, Abe I I I upon calling this nonsense.
Lange, C. A. Wood, Richard i" I I,"I To those who have not bought of me. I would ask their inspec-
Lewis F. B. Warren,Dock
Leggett, Samuel Washington, Wabby O tion to convince them that I give the BEST GOODS for the mone)'.

Mooney, J. H. Wilson, Simon
McDermott,John Young, Adam Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. mvv. J. :L. O a: :: M .A.. N, Tnr1
McBean, R. A. Yerger, H. S.
By order of the Board of Aldermen.GEO. .
E. WOLFFE, City Clerk.
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PLYING regularly between Fernandina I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment
Savannah the .
upon following of Winter Goods to Fernandina .of colored
ever -consisting
LEAVE FERNANDINA every Monday, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Blankets are among
Wednesday and Saturday, 1'. m., upon arrival my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety;
of evening trains, arriving Savannahthe

LEAVE following SAVANNAH mornings. every Sunday, PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS :
Tuesday and Thursday p. m., and reaching .
Fernandina the following mornings.

lines Connections,and with Ocean at Savannah Steamship with and all Boston rail Embroideries, Laces Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, F'LORIEAA.: : : : :: SEFLVZ: CE.MALLORY'S : I

&Savannah vessels to and from New York Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams and in short everything to
and Boston, and at Fernandina with trains be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishment. Special
for ,
Florida points. attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofILBOYS'
Gen. Pass.&Tkt. Agt., s sids'
Fernandina, Fla. SEhLI-"WEEKLY: SAILIN&s a 1
General Superintendent, .
Fernandina, Fla. ,
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which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at "'."..t ;' :, -; Hf
astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at one- f : i :, : '' ,

$250WILL half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear and ) ;:/:.:; ,; .
Furnishing Goods of every description. r
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BUY A .:l :.'.
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AT for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes at low prices. In Domes- ;: ;-i.1 ':'."

FRED W. HOYT & CO'S tic Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains and I will not be I -".. .,'
r : '
undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. '> 1 : '
Attention is also directed to my large assortment of :"

This Line Transfers between Fernandina and New
having no
comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give mea
call. All orders by mail promptly, attended to, at FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
-AND- The traveling public are offered the advantages of a. DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.


T G. RUSSELL, :'1. D., ; ',' LAKE WEIR.
freight,passage rates,and schedules,or further information,apply to .
Next door t') Tourist Hotel, R. ,,-. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,

Office Hours-S to 10 a. in., 1 to 3 p. m., 0 .;'.. .,f ff. .. H. MALLORY & CO., "
.to 9 p.m. -, I f.- '' -.; ".,:.J.! -..- : Pier 20 East River.New, York. '. 51-. '

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GENERAL, DIRECTORY. Sheriff-CT, 1.EI,person,' Lake Butler. I MADISON COUNTY. BALTBIOREVEEKLY SUN. ;--.. ;A :-:,..:.:..!.."-:",::-:" ;.... ,.
Collector, of; ,Revenue Bunberry- Haynes :; c. :;Iu; "
County Judge-R. M.AVltherspoon, (')
F ccrs. Starke.' . ,, t.;. p 'p,
#,it Uuifed States Ofl ; son.'".. jSheriff :- .} AND ;' 0: :l.'n<'R .C C"C ,

LAND OFFICE;, GAINESVILLE.. ,- Superintendent o f,Schools-J. L. Hill, Lake S. A. Parramore,.Madison., BEST OF. FAMILY. 'NEWSPAPERS. : C. OC--tjl. r- 0 : ,

Regl,8ter-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville.Receiver .Butler. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison .ONE DOLLAR YEAR. __;.y orc= :: '
-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. ". BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry,. THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUX has = (tj: : Q .
'County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Madison. -= oO = ,
F. McClellan.: long been raognized The Ideal '
r Surveyor-General. ... .- Point. County Treasurer-S. S.: Smith, Madison. us Family U r =(1) _= .. .
Newspaper. It contains the News of the .CJ .
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DISTRICT COURT Ckrk-A. Stewart Titusville.: C
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e1 # Collector etenueB. Wadsworth '' -
()I World the latest and fullest Market Com 'I
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Thomas Settle Jacksonville. Sheriff 31. E. English, Titusville.Oo'ledr """ : ;
r Judge- :Madison. mercial and filia'p
.' Jfnrsial-J. II. Durkee, JacksonvIlle.ClerkPhilip of Revenue-J. P.; Reed, Titusville.Superintendell.t MANATEE COUNTY., Monetary Reports ; Original .
and Practical Agricultural Papers;. the s:- 2 o' '
Scftools rJohn H. Laws
.. Walter Jacksonville. of ,
'x s-3,8, O
.e Choicest Gems of a o
tl Literature in
Judge John G.,Webb Manatee. Poetry -
City Point. 4.CALHOUN. County o 3: :s g3 "=J
INTERNAL REVE1'E.CQllectorS. ." Clerk-Robert S.'GriffithManatee.' and Romance; the most Attractive o>5:. mrn >=J ...L

? : C. Tliompsoti,-Jacksonville.t ,': 'Sheri, -: A. S.'Watson, Pine Level.; '. ;.' Things in the Realm of Fashion ; the most'Useful p J3<< iHo ::.
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t COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge-William Clark. Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton., aiiil'Biiiutiful'iiiall'tliat pertains to o_c.-., < w .-.-J
Clerk-James'S Fannin. the Household the Cream of Wit and Humor ; < C ':")
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l 'tr Mahone rnandina. (n .O = O-C 'rooo
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Jacksonville. Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,. ; the Events Every-day) Life. Through <<, = :::=
Edwin Higgins -- -
Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Pine Level. 'its many and varied sources of informationits .00.- "..". ..L
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John F. House. St. Augustine. Collector of r..evelitte-Joel P. Atkins. MARION COUNTY. readers are promptly made acquaintedwith S.gS.3S.P

Superintendent of Schools W. G. Coxwell.CLAY events occurring in any quarter of the :C.. CIJ"o::: c.o Kr
State O lccrs. County Judge-J. H. Williams, Ocala. World. The ample facilities of THE SUN oOpjaM !

COUNT Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. for obtaining by Telegraph the News of the = :::. .
County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff E. T. Williams Ocala. '::: < C t- -CC a
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Old World, and its large corps of Special o 00 =-c:: I
Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park.. Collecor of Ret'enueV. P. Trantham, Correspondents at Washington, New York, CG o(1)c pip -
Clerk G. N. Bardin Green Cove Spring.Sheriff Ocala. -:: ::::i
ePt s Lieutcn, nt- Governor-Milton. H.. Mabry, I Philadelphia, Boston, Richmond and other Jf 'Sfo'SO

t, t 'a rr :Xecsburg.: .-. -- .- -James. W.-.' DeWitt.J Green. Cove Superintendent 'of. Schools M. L. Payne, I leading cities as also its superior arrangements ** 0-3P
1, i.1'b } Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. for securing prompt intelligence from T_4 Cr.oO-0:
i Collector of Rer.'enueJ.. Wilson, Green :MONROE COUNTY. all the Counties in Maryland and :0-: .. .tj8
r 12ftlltl SG6, every -. -. .....
ti C011l.ptroller-\V. D. Barnes; Tallahassee. l McRae.Superintendent f Schools-Geo. W. Hall, County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West; leading point of interest in adjacent States, e <<.'-.0::: Q

'' Treasurer-E. S. Crill..AttorneyGe'MralC. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. combine to make it a complete Newspaper, """ = o i
1:4: ; 't : :ti. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key,West. unsurpassed in general and reliable information C. see. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector oj ''Rer.'cnueMason S. Moreno, by. any of contemporaries.. THEWEEKLY S 51oq :::,en (>)
Commissioner of Lands-C. L. \litc cll. Clerk-John Vinzant. Jr., Lake City. Key 'Vest. SUN can be subscribed for any = Q"c. ='CIJ li

,:j ; Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff C. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key day of the year,and the present time is more 0"-0.og -r1:
t'k: '. Jacksonville. Taxes W. Lake City. than usually auspicious. The news includesall
; .Russell; Collector of Payne, West.
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events that under the Hp
y .Adjut411.t-General-DaVld Lang. Superintendent of Schools W. A. Sheffield, transpire new Na-
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SUPREME COURT. Lake City. Administration and during the Sessions ::: .. .... ...........
DADE. Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- of the New Congress, besides the Legislative _: .....0 r.o -=-cc.
yw rr Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter. dina. Intelligence of Maryland. Virginiaand ..< 0 0 =

4 s, alga;,, Associate Justice-George P. Raney, ,Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. other States,and the General News from :r:-Z:03.--.9: <:0en...... W
Clerk T. W. Faulkner. ,.
iliLSSCC Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina. every State and every quarter of the Globe. -.0..... ";: >
4 fl) :
Mettaur. ""'., '
Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh Sheriff Wm. M. ".
Associate Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer- -.0- C Cl: -"' i.r
Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. a- ::: r.oo W
Wilson Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. "=' :::';: -
Clerk-D. C. "
:ii ,terr Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- ONE DOLLAR A COPY FOR ONE YEAR. z

,zm+ First Circuit--Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, PREMIUM: COPIES TO GETTERS UP OF

; sacola. sonville. Evergreen. CLUBS FOR THE BALTIMORE .'

'i F ; Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassec Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan- WEEKLY SUN. .

.sr ry Sheriff Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dinu. FIVE COPIES..............................$ 5.00 ,.1 : !. ...,. it*
.' Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of TaXes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. With an extra copy of the Week- ; f

M Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson-' sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. Sun one year. : .

ville. Collector' of Revenue-Moses .1. Brown, 'lerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. TEN COPIES........._..................... 10.00 :
; r Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-P. T. Hardeman, Or- With an extra copy of the Weekly I II
: ville. Superintendent of ScJiools William H.Bab- lando. Sun one year, and one copy of .I
,, q* Sixth Circuit-H. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent:of Schools-John T. Seeks, the Daily Sun three months. : !

., "ir' Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. ESCAMBIA. Orlando. FIFTEEN COPIES....................... 15.00 '.;' ..,: :;+
Sutveyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. With an extra copy of the Weekly J. ,
County Judge Walter Tate. ; ,
't ; t Ct urt Calendar Clerk-F. E. de la'Rua. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, \Vikox.POLK. ) Sun one year, and one copy of .ifTHE .. .
the Daily Sun six months. e'
Sheriff Joseph TWENTY COPIES........._............ 20.00 .:' If r .
fall Term- Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. With of H ,: :
an extra the Weekly
:-r 1 Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. Collector of Revenue Manuel Patm s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Sun copy and ;.> .
r 4th in October. R. B. Cook.' one year. one copy of .
Walton, Monday Superintendent of Schools- Sheriff W. H. Jonson. the Daily Sun nine months. ": '' -<-

Holmes, Wednesday after 4th :Mondayin FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. THIRTY COPIES........................ 30.00 ... :
tr, October. Collector Revenue J.. I.
A' of D. Tillis. 'I

+; .,, Washington October. 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Countg Clerk-J.Judge-Robert A. Atkins. G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. With Sun an and extra one copy copy of of the the Weekly Daily- '. I'l _

1 a Jackson 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM: COUNTY. Sun one year. : I
t, s c' tt JVeojurer-R. H. Porter. Probate FORTY COPIES..................._...... 40.00
October. Judge of Houghton, Palatka.
4 JP ; r' Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenne-George A. Patton. (}[erk-\V. iF. Forward, Palatka. With an extra copy of the Weekly -

': t4 This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. ] Sun and one copy of the Daily T :
Sun also 4.; ; ''. '
extra 'f.
one year an copy v- "
)r M 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. of the Dailv Sun for six months. "

t Spring Term. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, FIFTY COPiES...... ..................... 50.00
s Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. With an extra copy of the Weekly '
tx, p wt Spring Term- Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY.
Sheriff-Thomas Sun and two copies of the Daily i-
;c r Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. Sun one year.SEVENTYFIVE.

JLpriL Collector of Revenue-R.M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. I
'i in i COPIES............ 75.00
:, # r Madison, 2d Monday April. C. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun
sv > in Superintendent of Perry. With an extra copy of the Weekly -
Hamilton, 4th Monday April. Superintendent. chools-T. Faulkner, Sun and three"copies of the
Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. FLORIDAJJ1'" .
Perry.County Daily Sun
: one year. .. '
> -in'April. County Jutlge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. Treasurer D. S. Sutton, Perry. ONE HUNDRED COPIE.3..100.00 --.IflI'
Columbia, 3d Monday' ;after 4th Monday Clerk-J.. Caldwell, Jasper. County teyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. With an extra copy of the Weekly fin OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
t11 t in April.Lafayette. Sheriff-Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee
6th after 4th Perry. l Sun and four copies of the Dai-
Tuesday Monday
.. Ii Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ROSA. ly Sun one year. Fernandina
?? in April. ,
k ,e Superintendent of Schools-J. N. Reid, To Europe and other Postal Union coun-
Fall Term- County Judge-John Chain.
t r Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. tries at $1.52 for twelve months. Towns on R. R. Line

r, +' q October. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.
o :Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-W' J.,Williams. THE SUN, And Cedar Key.

Hamilton 4th Monday in October.Suwannee Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. Daily, except Sunday.

1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOHN'S COUNTY -
-In October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E. King, Lecanto. Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably]
t c Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Cash in Advance, Postage Prepaid on
'" i' i October. xille. tine' Subscriptions in the United Offers to Lessees and. Purchasers a large

1M Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. States and. Canada.

4 l in October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine One Year...........$0.00 One Month......50 Cts. number of the most eligible and desirable
t w FOURTH CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Six Months3.00,Three Weeks..3S Cts.

r Spring Term HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.County St. Augustine. Four Months..... 2.00Two Weeks......25 Cts. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

St. Johns, 2d Tuesday in March. Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, Three Months.... 1.50,One Week........13 Cts.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. Two Months...... 1.00[ City or Suburban Residences '

r. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY. To Europe and other Postal Union coun-

'(Y Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue W. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, tries 70 Cents per Month. UPON EASY TERMS.

L 1*' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville.
4 Sheriff-J. F. Galloway Sumterville. The value of THE SUN as an Advertising.
i liy1 4 Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. I Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
,, fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Collector of Rerenue-I. Withers. Lees- Medium is. of course, in proportion to its
? tt 4 St. John's 2d in burg.Superintendent. immense circulation. and its prices for ad-
Tuesday September. N. Ellis.
+ s r4d tj Sheriff-Thomas parties engaged in manufacturing indus-
Schools-C. F. Venable vertising far less in proportion to the circu-
+ 'tv t Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. of ,
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Sumterville. lation-the main element of value in advertising -
t .lea Collector of Rer.'enue-'Villiam Tucker. i rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
1 r .Baker 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools Whitnell Curry. UWANEE:COUNTY. -than those of any other daily paperof

r ; ;,t r# Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-1II.\VPhillips, Live Oak. which we have knowledge.The erty purchased substantial improvements

;, ; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J.%W. Newman, Live Oak. safest method transmitting money
1 a F. Baltzell. by mail is by check, draft, or postoffice
County Judge-George
Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
? C FIFTH CIRCUIT. order. for residence, or in which to conduct the
'Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips.SheriffAndrew Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions. money
r; : Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Live Oak. business. ,
.. Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools A. W. Mizzell, iINDUCEMENTS
Collector Revenue John B. Anderson.Superi11.tendel1.t TERMS.
of -
Putnam 2d after 4th in Welborn.
Tuesday Tuesday : TO MANUFACTURERS -
of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANAC, a
"March. VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames
; r valuable publication of ninety-six is
,, : Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. H. Chandler, Enter- published as a Supplement to THE pages.SUN by exemption for a term of years from

,4 t Y x "March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. about the first of each year. It is not for sale,
m Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff-D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J.: Faulkner, Enterprise. nor is it distributed except to subscribers of taxation, offered by the several cities and

t in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. "THE SUN," Daily and Weekly, for whose
Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy;Emporia. benefit it is published. Every subscriber to towns. Apply to

i E Sumter 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New "THE SUN," Daily or Weekly, whose CHAS. W. LEWIS,
Marion 3d in October.
Tuesday TreasurerW. M. Girardeau Mon- Smyrna.
t County name is on our books the first of the year. Fernandina.ST .
Putnam 2d in November.
i Tuesday ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
will receive of THE SUN ALMANACree
l j Levy 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- ofcharge.f : a copy. ] Office, Duryee building (up' stairs)

'1, t r d'ti Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. County Judge-R. S. Smith. corner Centre and First.streets -
c a A. S. ABELL& CO., Publishers, ; *
Charles "
4 -in November. Sheriff S.Alligood,Crawfordville. -- ":
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. Walker: Crawfordville. Sun Iron Building,
.( r F Spring Term County Judge-T. T. 'Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of- Schools-E. Y. Watts, Baltimore, :Md. : ,. ,

i Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby. Crawfordville. : .
< Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw- SEWING MACHINES, oY'! ":'Y:: .: ." .. ;: i :i'J.J

i Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools J.C.Ramsey ew fordville. .. .. k. -.-..
k Dade, 3d Monday in April.. Troy. Collector of R enue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- ALL,LATE IMPROVED )MAKES .l- '" '; '. "'. ?.J'c" ';

tall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan New fordville. ,. e ,-
: jh For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices r't i R.-;. 1 7r .
j Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON.

r 1 ;& Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. -ALSOATTACH" .. ,; t't, ,
r, Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. ,
b Dade, 2d Monday in November. John C. McSween. of every description, and 'o' : 'f ?(..41, <'
LEON COUNTY. Sheriff .
t NTe for any Sewing Machine, : '

County Ofllccrs. County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. Collector Treasurer-James of Revenue E.-W.Bowers.B. McLeod.< for sale.jZS301d '. ,.' ,. .
rf Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. .
ALACIIUA. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. ,
{r Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Machines repaired at moderate ;
{ County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. prices. ..;.. if... .. (' ,J;.i J' -!j
I ville. Tallahassee. HENRY HOBEIN, '
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. Corner Third and Ash Streets, ; ,t l '
r Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Rer.'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Clerk-D. D. Melvin. 8 Fernandina, Fla.THE" ...1(": .'
Collector' of. Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Sheriff S. W. Davis. MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING .., ,m "t... 7::L'r. .
ville. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. .
is noted for the artistic

F ,1 w sw Gainesville.Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J.lII. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent Collector, of Rctenue-John of Schools-Henry Roche.Bush.LUCY'COTTAGE which it executes all kinds of Printing.mannerin .. ',i!' ', ",':"' }"' :-.1".' ?,! .'.,".'

Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson.,
to a / BAKER COUNTY. I Colkctor of Revenue W. H. Anderson, W. K. BAUKNIGHT* fl'If1. ......... .'if.J.io.y -'
County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. AGENT .' ... 11 :,'':f' ?,,,,."' "It \r ;'; c"""'

; 1t Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-Jus. P. DePass, .'
1 ., Sheriff: j Vanbuskirk; Sanderson. Bronson. :

I e ; ; ,, Collector of Ret'C1UU-J.. Burnsed. San- LIBERTY. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, "OUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER,

derson. County Judge-R. F. Hosford. If AND'Dealcr'in
i Superintendent Schools-Wm. Lessene FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
t of Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. Ice

prl "t Sanderson. BRADFORD COUNTV. Sheriff V. G.'Harrell. I Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM

I Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. without board. Table Boarders will be NOTE-HEADS LET

County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. 'j I Collector of Rer.'emle-L. G. Wilder. accommodated; also transient. STREET WHARF, BILL-HEADS. etc.,neatly ,printedat :
i Clerk-Henry F.York Lake Butler.
Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.J. Gregory. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.: I-ft FERNANDINA. FLA. the MIRROR office. : .
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.NOTICE. I. LA EE S I Iif. ,ESTA.BLISHED, '1875. Savannah,Florida&Western R'y. Ar. nter achen._......... 1.22am 7.12pm.

-- Ar. J,T & K W June.... 7.40 a m 5.10pm

I* x J WAYCROSS'SHORT: LINE. Ar. Palatka.................. 7.40 a m 4.55 pIlL

DRUGS and ,MEDICINESHORSEY Ar. Jacksonville......... 1.22pm 7.12pm
N THE 29TH DAY OF MARCH, A. All trains of this road are run by Central
O D. 18M. I will offer for sale, to the highest ] JEWELRY STORE ((90th), :Meridian time; which is 33 minutes TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .

bidder, at my office in Fernandina, for slower than Jacksonville time. Ocala, Leesburg..... ............ ) Fast Mail !
the benefit of all concerned, all the property i* .. & CO. For Pemberton's Ferry...........}} '

specified and conveyed to me in trust, by and after Sunday, :May '3d, 1885, For Astor.................... ............ 11.45 ant

deed of conveyance dated the 11th day of Offers for the approaching Holidays a fine Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas For Palatka.............. Ex. Sun. ..............

April, A. D. 1884, executed by the Florida assortment of Solid and Rolled follows: For Jacksonville......}} ............ ............._
Town Improvement Company and recordedin =1 PHARMACISTS |= NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. For St. Augustine?... 3.00am 2.05pm
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and TEWELR.YLadies : Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.

Fourth Nassau County, in record book "U," Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............ ) Fast Malt s

for 93 and 90, the said property having and Gentlemen's Centre Street, Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............ V ............._ i 1

pages taken into possession by me. and now Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10:00 a m From Ocala............... ............) 3.05pm i

been for sale in of the provisions FERNANDINA, FLORIDA Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m From palatka.. ........) Ex. Sun. .............. I

offered of said deed. pursuance Terms cash, or payablein Gold ,Silver i Watches, I II Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m From Jacksonville.... } ......-...... ............._
I Arrive at Chattahoochee at... 3:50 From St.Augustine.- 9.30
bonds of the as directed in the daily : p m pm' 12.45 p m 1
company constantly on hand a fine assort Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m
deed. : A. CLOCKS A. J. LANE. i
trust of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN Arrive at :Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m
Trustee.Fernandina and DOMESTIC Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m For Yalaha, Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta-
Fla., February 2Gth, 1886. tula etc.:
Large Variety Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa
and Chemicals cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa Leaves Leesburg...........................10.30 a m

Sheriffs Sale.UNDER Drugs cola Mobile, New Orleans, Texas all trans- Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45pm
JS3- For Yalaha
AND BY VIRTUE OF AN Homoeopathic.and Patent Medicines Mississippi points. Passengers Brunswick and Bloomfield onlyafternoon
issued out of the Circuit take this train arriving at Brunswickvia trip :
Court.Fourth JudicialCircuit.Nassau county, PROMPTLY Y EXECUTEDAT and B. & W. R. R. at, 7.40 p. m. Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 p n*
Proprietary Fancy Goods
in a suit determined wherein the Jacksonville REASONABLE RATES. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this

& Atlantic Railroad Company was train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile \
plaintiff and Benjamin Upton, defendant, I No Fancy Prices to Pay: for Style. FINE TOILET .ARTICLES, and New Orleans. CONNECTIONS.At .

have levied upon and will sell at public auction Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa &

in front of the Court House,in the City ?' Call and examine my stock. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., to Cincinnati.via Jesup. Key West Railway and fast river steamers .J

of Fernandina.on the first Monday in April, Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- for St. Augustine, Green Cove Spring, Jacksonville '

being the 5th day of said month, all the WM LAKE7Centre IN GREAT VARIETY. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST and all points North, East and

right title and interest of Benjamin Upton West and with up-river steamers for South f
itfand to the following described property, Street. Physicians' Prescriptions Florida; also with the new twin-screw iron

to-wit: The northeast quarter of the northwest carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 2:30 p m steamship "City Palatka," and steamship II
quarter, southeast quarter of the southwest Fernandina, 1\ov.14, 1885. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m "City of )Monticello for Charleston, New I
reasonable prices.
quarter, southeast quarter of section 12, Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m York. Boston, Philadelphia etc.

township 2 north, range VI 'east, 560 acres; Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m Mail: trains make close connection both .1

fractional section 36, township 3 north, RAILROADS Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville Tampa & Key West 1:

2-1 east, 560 acres; east half of southwest NEW GOODS j I .-..1 I 1.1-I-Ml ?"." Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05: p m Railway,Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast i j j'I
quarter Lots 1 and 2, section 1, town Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m Line-Fast Mail.

ship 2 north, range 24 east, 584 acres. Florida 1 Railway 1 & NavigatiouCo.THE Arrive at Savannah daily! at........ 8:25 p m 'I At Wait's Crossing with Florida Railway'j- \

Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. -IN THECITY8 Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:53 a m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At t

JOHN A. ELLEIIMANN, Arrive at Washington D.C., daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida &;
Sheriff Nassau County. I I KEY\ LINE7CE.TRAL Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savannah 'I

Fernandina, Fla., March G, 1886. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, New Orleans and all points North.. f
(QOTii MERIDIAN) TIME. Savannah to New York without change.EAST .
MART) East and West; and with Florida Railway

Sheriffs Sale.UNDER SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 22, 1886. FLORIDA EXPRESS. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key_ 'I

AND BY VIRTUE OF AN -- .., Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m Pensacola, New Orleans and Tampa.At .

issued out of 'the Circuit Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m Ocala with Florida Railway & Navi-

Court.Fourth JudicialCircuit.Nassau county, "a" means A. M. time. "p" means P. M. time. Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m gation Company, and hacks for Silver

in a suit determined wherein J. L. Smith for Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m Spring. \
the use of J. L. Vandever is plaintiff, and Read down. Read up. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p m At Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake. .
8.00 a "3; Lv Jacksonville......;:..Ar H 7.30 p Arrive at DuPont at..11:00 Eustis Division of the Florida Southern
William Johnson defendant I have levied ]M. DOWNEYHas 8.45 a g Lv Baldwin...... ........Ar 5 6.46 p daily pm Railway, and boats Lake Harris for -\
upon and will sell at public auction in front 10.10 a Lv Lake City...........Ar m 5.15 p Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p m on
of the Court House in the City of Fernan 10.57 a og ,Lv Live Oak..............Ar gjf 4.27 p Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55: a m points on lake. i
(dina on the first Monday in April being 11.53 a 8.2 Lv MadisonAr px 3.27 p Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line f
the.r>th day of said month all the right, title now opened his large and extensive 12.15 p ;::t3 Lv Monticello..Ar ,f g 1.50 p Arrive at Albany daily at..10:30' a m for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown; Fort Dade.
stock of Foreign and Domestic 211 p g N Lv Tallahassee..Ar 2 *T 1.05 p Arrive at Brunswick daily at......_ 8:00 a Tampa, and South Florida. I
and interest of William Johnson in and m
3.12 > Lv Quincr.................Ar a
p ;a s.S11.59 0. W. BROM WELL
to the following described property, .to-wit: 4.00 p "t4.- Ar River Junction..Lv *:: o 11.10 a Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 a m ,
Northwest quarter of northeast quarter of 4.55 p o Marianna.............Lv =o* 10.49 a Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m General Pass.Agent. t

section 2, township 2 north, range 23 east, 7.00 p "3 5 Ar DeFuniak SpringsLv 'S.8.4Q a10.35p"gc Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m SHERMAN CONANT,
DRY GOODS ......... General
Ar Pensacola ? Lv s-g 5.05 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 Manager.
40 acres; southeast quarter of southeast 3.10 a .a"! Ar Mobile.................Lv .&r 12.20 a p m I
quarter section 3, township 2 north range 8.15 a Ar New Orleans..Lv 7.00 Arrive at Washington daily..........10:30 a m
23 east, 40 acres; southeast quarter of southeast -AND- 6.50 a In fo s Ar Montgomery..Lv g TOO g* 8.40 p Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide. t

quarter !section 1, township 1 north, 7.25 p :a 8 Ar Nashville...........Lv ..w 6.55 a Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
23 cast 40 Lot 3 in section 5 1.40 a *-ja ArEvansville.............Lv 2V 1.00 a [The Traveler's Guide is the
range acres; FAMILY GROCERIES 8.00 a Ar St.Louis..Lv :%: 7.15 Waycross: and Pullman Palace Sleeping as heading: \
township 1 north, range 23 east, 39 acres. 2.20 a J3-g s Ar Louisville............_Lv g1.00 p a Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of information (
Terms cash purchaser paying for title. 6.33 a cs Ar Cincinnatl..Lv 3 8.45 p Connections at Atlanta with Western and to the traveling public. To be reliable -
JOHN A. ELLEIIMANN CONSISTING: IN PART OF- ........ it should be correct. The
9.45 ag Ar Indianapolis .Lv Q 3.50 p Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and managers of
Sheriff Nassau Countv. 10.55' a 55 Ar Chicago ................Lv 7 3.45 p Georgia Railroads for all points West and the different railroad and steamer lines will \
Fernandina, Fla., March 6, 1886. French and English Cashmeres, Merinos Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
Alpacas, Delaines, Satines Lusters, Prints, Baggage checked through. '
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville by notifying of changes made in the run-
Sheriff's Sale. Seersuckers a choice lot of Family Blankets time when will be
to Louisville via Thomasville. ning they promptly cor-
Flannels of all colors Red Blue Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line \
'' AND BY VIRTUE OF A ( Connections at Montgomery with Louisville rected.]
White Brown Olive etc. North and East..
UNDER' Opera, ,) .
of foreclosure issued out of the arid Nashville Railroad for New .
I Irish Linens Towels JACKSONVILLE
Circuit Court,Fourth Judicial Ci rcui Nassau Napkins FERNANDINA AND BRANCH. Orleans and Texas points and the West and TRANSIT ifc PENINSULAR: RAILROAD. f
Table Linens and Covers
county wherein James Bell is plaintiff and Doileys (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Northwest. At Savannah with Central Train
of beautiful and Day Passenger leavcs-
design 7.20 2.50 Lv Fernandina....Ar 11.20 Railroad for all West and
Riley E. Ilobinson'and Betsey.Robinson defendant a p a 6.3Gp of Georgia points For Cedar and Wildwood
finish Irish and Key ,and 30 .
Hamburg 8.45 a 4.35 Ar Jacksonville..Lv 9.45 a 5.10 .
p p
I have levied upon and will sell at Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway
Embroideries all points on Transit Road......10.00
Edgings a.m.
public :auction in front of the Court House, Laces,and Shawls (SUNDAYS ONLY.) for all points North, with steamshipsfor Savannah and all points North ; .,

in the City of Fernandina, on the first Monday 7.00 a 3.30 p Lv Fernandina..Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p New York, Boston and Baltimore. At and West................................10.00a.m. ;
in April, being the 5th day of said 8.26 a 4.56 p Ar Jacksonville. 9.10 a, 5.30 p Charleston with steamships for New York (connecting at Callahan.) .

month during the legal hours of sale the Philadelphia Baltimore
For Tallahassee Pensacola and all
south half of lot number six, in block num n-MADEOCLOTHING, ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail points on the Florida Central, &
between Jacksonville and Orlando and Jack-
ber fifty-two City of Fernandina. sonville and New Orleans. and Steamship connections, and Baggage Western Railroad................ ...10.00a.m.
Terms cash: purchaser paying for title. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
(connecting at Baldwin.)
JOHN .ELLERMANN., Broche"e (plaid and all- CONNECTIONS: and sections secured at Company's office in

Sheriff Nassau County. Wool), Broadcloths, Doeskins At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot Day Passenger Train arrives
Fernandina, Fla., March 6, 1880. Satinet Jeans. Cotton Palatka and all landings; at St. Catherine with Ticket Office and on board People'sLine From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and

Flannels:!, White Goods, Shirt Florida Brooksville Southern Bartow Railway and for Tampa Pemberton; at Leesburg Ferry, Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m

Registration Notice. ings Sheetings, Gents' Furnishing with steamers for landings on Lakes Harris, and JENNIE LANE.: From Savannah and all points in

Notice to the Goods, HatsvCaps Umbrellas Boys Eustis and Griffin ; at Tavares with Florida JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55 p.m.
hereby given legally qualified \ and Gents' Suits of lateststvleand finish Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Orlando General Passenger Agent.R. From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
electors of the city of Fernandiim that with South Florida Railroad for all pointson
Trunks Valises Satchels Ladies and all points on the Florida Central
G. FLEMING Superintendent.
the Registration Book of said city is now Gents' Shoes, Gaiters Hosiery, Ladies a 1dChildren's their line; at Cedar Key with, Gulf Steamboat & Western Railroad................. 3.55 p.m. i
open fur the registration of such electors, at Company, for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon
Vests Gentlemen's Underwear, Springs, Manatee, Tampa, etc. Night Passenger Train leatcs-
the Mayor's office, from 10 to 12 A. M., and
from 2 to 4 p. M., daily, MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
until Thursday, March 25th. 1880.:: All persons INGRAIN AND BRUSSELSC.ARPETINGS For Savannah and all points North
not registered at that day are debarred Tourists by this Route can reach nearly every important ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING and West................................ 5.00 p.m.
point in Florida which can be '
from yoting at the next municipal election, said of no other Line. (connecting at Callahan.)

to be held on Monday, April 5th, for municipal The most direct route to all points North, East SOUTH.Accom. Fast Jlail.Daily Night Passenger Train amves-
officers for the year 1886. and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
By order of the Board of Aldermen. Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. ex.Sun. Daily. all points on the Transit Road. 9.45 a.m.

GEO. E. WOLFFE, Clerk. Mattings Rugs Oil-Cloths etc. Read down. Read up. Lv. Jacksonville viaJ.T.&K.W.R'y. From Savannah and all points in
City ,
9.00 p ......... Lv New York..Ar ......... 8.00 a ................... 7.45am
Fernandina Fla. the North and West.................
March 4th, 18.$6. 9.45 a.m.
12.20 p ......... Lv Philadelphia.?...Ar ......... 4.40 a Lv. St. Augustine:via
-.- -- .__,_ __ ._ L __ Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and 4.10 p ......... Lv Baltimore.........Ar .?...... 1.30 a St. John's Railway................ 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
China Ware Goblets, Tumblers, Bowls, 6.00 a .....-? Lv Washington......Ar ........11.56 p all points on Florida Central &
Ewers Basins Butter 10.49 a ......... Lv Richmond.......Ar ......... 6.55 p Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 p m 9.45 a 01Ar. Western Railroad.9.45a.m.: .
Dishes etc. 3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston.. ..Ar .......? 1.53 a .Interlachen............ 6.30pm 10.50am
8.47 p .......:. Lv CincinnatL..Ar ......... 6.50 a Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 7.55 p m 11.31 a m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
ft FOAMALL A NICE LINE OF FURNITURE 3.30 p ......... Ly Atlanta-!......_..Ar ........10.45 a Ar. Rochelle............... 8.40 p m 12.00 n'n Train leaves daily except SundayFor -

7.01 p ......... Lv Savannah.Ar 1.25 p 8.45 p Lv. Rochelle............... 9.05 p m 12.20 p m Jacksonville......................... 7.20 a. m.
10.20 4.15 Lv t.ernA.ndina..Ar 10.00 3.55 s
Furniture Chairs Tables 11.50 a a 6.10 p p Ar Callahan_....:...Ar 7.30 a a 2.21 p a Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 p m For Jacksonville ........................ 2.50 p.m.
Spring Ar. Micanopy .............12.50 a m 12.50 p in Train arrives daily, except Sunday-
FIRST-CLASS Beds, Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows, 12.20 p 8.30 p Lv Jacksonville: .....Ar '6.15 a 2.35 p Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 a m 2.20 p ni From Jacksonville.....................11.00 a. m.
1.15 9.20 Ar Baldwin.Lv 5.20 1.45
a a
p p
and a great variety not mentioned here. Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m' 3.17 p ra From Jacksonville.........?............ 6.36p.m.
1.40 p 9.i5 p Lv Baldwin.....:_Ar 5.05 a 1.19p Ar. Leesbn ............... 7.00 a m 3.55 p m Sunday l/- ,
BtorBkeCDcr now leeD it for SaIa o All the above was purchased by the Pro 2.36 p 10.42 p Ar Lawtey..Lv 3.46 a 12.18 p t
prietor while recently in New York at the "2.55 a 11.07 p Ar Starke-......?...?Lv 3.10 a 11.56 p Lv. Leesburg............... ............ 4.00pm From Jacksonville ...........'..........10.36a.m.
Jacksonville ....................
3.25 1L45 p Ar Waldo..Lv 2.30 a 11.08 a Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p m From 6.56p.m.
VERY LOWEST FIGURES and will be 4.25 a......... Ar Gainesville.....Lv ........10.05 a For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.m.
sold at a small living'Profit' FOR CASH. 5.16 p fe Ar Archer...........Lv Jl 9.11 a Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 m.
Having been established in East Florida i 5.49 p *V Ar Branson..:..?._Lv & 8.36 a & Lake Eustis Div.... ............ 4.00 p m p.

since 1853 and in this city,since 1861, I hope I 7J50a Ar Cedar Key..Lv 6.40 a Ar. Fort Mason?.......... ............ 4.45 P m MALLORY LINE.
I 4.15 p 12.48 a Ar Hawthorne.:.....Lv 1.35 a 10.20 a .......... 4.55 For New York direct
.. ... .
and expect to receive u large share of the 5.53 ......... Ar Silver Spring..Lv..... 8.47 p Lv. Fort Mason. p m every Wednesdayand
Minn PowderSSOTMVOBLD. public patronage,and will endeavor to make 6.15 p p 2.40 a Ar Ocala................Lv 11.15?p 8.34 a Ar. Altoona:.............. ............ 5.30pm Saturday evening.

7.2Sp 4.25 a A.Wildwood..........Lv 9.31 p 7.26 a Ar. Astor..................... Daily. 6.45pm From New York direct. every Tuesdayand
9.05 p ......... Ar Panasoftkee..Lv ......... 6.40 a Lv. Fort 1\1ason..10.00 a 115.00 p m Friday eveing at 3.00 p.m.

+ THE CITY MART 11.10 p ......... Ar Withlacoochee..Lv ......... 5.80 a Ar. Eustis....................10.10 a m 5.10 p m CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
7.57 Ar ... 6.55
5.07 Lv 8.55 a
p p Leesburg ? ? > p Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 p m,
8.25 p 5.45 a Ar Tavares_.?.......Lv 8.25 p 6.30 a: For Jacksonville and Palatka, by City of
in the future as in the past, one of the most Ar.Lane Park..11.00 a m 5.45 m
10.00 p 8.15 a Ar Orlando ?.....-Lv 10.30 a....... p Palatka of Monticello
popular Stores in the city.I ......?._ 1.40 p Ar Tampa ..._........Lv ......... 6.00 p GOING NORTH. or City ,every Mondayand
TO PARENTS. offer my hest thanks for past favors. LIMITED EXPRESS. Thursday. From Charleston same days.
Daily Fast Mail. For Charleston, by same steamers every
8.30 a ......... Lv-Jacksonville..Ar ......... 4.23 p Daily.Lv. and Paiatka amL
Many baking powders are very perniciousto M. DOWNEY. 8.53 ......... Lv ...White House-Ar. ...... 3.53 Snnday Wednesday. From
health and while every one regards his 9.10 a.a ........ Ar Baldwin..Lv ..?....... 3.38 p p Astor .................... ............ 7.30am Jacksonville same days.CCMBEPLAND.
Fernandina Nov. 14 .1855.
O\rn.he should also have a care for the tender Lv. Lane Park............ 3.30 p m 8.40 a m : ROUTE.
+ nes-the Steamer leaves .Jacksonville Wednesdays -
little children. and Saturdays express at 5.10 p. m.,connecting with Lv. Altoona................ 8.50'am
Steamer Thos. for Brunswick
R. S. SCHVYLERARCHITEOT. the of the sail- : Tavares................. 3.50 m 8.55.a m Collyer, .
elegant steamships Mallory Line, Lv. p
SEA FOAM New York daily at............................ 2.30 p.m.
ing semi-weekly for direct. Lv. Eustis.. ................. 4.20 p m 9.15a m
(connecting at Brunswick withE.
contains none of the bad qualities of baking .- SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Ar. at Fort Mason from T. V. & G. R.R. for Northern

f'Owdl'rs-soda hurtijl or saleratus. It contains no Steamer St. Nicholas,.between Feniandiua and Lane Park............... 4.30 p m. 9.20 a m and Western points.)
ingredient alum or ammionia Savannah leaves Fernandina :Mondays, Wednesdays -
FOR BUILDING ALL Ar. at Fort Mason from 'SteamerThos.Collyer from Bruns-
OF and Saturdays,.'' arrival of evening ,
SCIENTIFIC. DESIGNS ;';with Plans, Details, Specifications trains arriving at Savannah upon the following mprn- Astor....................... 9.40 a in wick daily at..........................12.15 p.m.

ing. Leave Savannah Sundays, Tuesdays and .. .... 9.50
and Superintendence. 1... Fort Mason.. .. a m ST. MARYS RIVER. '
AH Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam .L Thursdays, p. m., reaching Fernandina the following Ar. Leesburg.............. 10.35 a m .
>mend it. Housekeepers who have used it a.m. Connections at Savannah with all : Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- ,
vru have no other. Cooks, whose best efforts rail lines, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston Lv. Pemberton's Ferry 7.00am, For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday ..'

JUTe failed with other powders are jubilant WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, and Savannah vessels to and from New York and Ar. Leesburg .............. 1 0.Z c<> a m and Friday....................... 3.00 p.m.
over Sea Foam Saves inte'saves labor saves. Boston and at Fernandina with trains for all 'I'
money. Florida points. Ex.Sun. For St. Marys and Dungeness, on "

.-!ltIspostdvelyunequaled.? Ab"olutf'IYT'ure." pOMMISSION MERCHANT, BRUNSWICK AND INLAND S. B. CO.- Lv. Leesburg.............. 6.30 p ra 10.45 a m Wednesday Saturday......... 2.00p.m;
.' r(-:1: "7 the leading hotels nnd restaurants -' Connects at Fernandina daily from and to Ar. South ,Lake Weir... 8.10pm 11.18am ;For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,

*I'>or Wen sale York by all city first-class and throughout the country. -AND- Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. ;Ar., Ocala..................'...10.30 p m 12.25 pill Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.

grocers. Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber Collyer leaves at 2.00.p.m. ,Al')1JC.1110py..4 5 a m'c;,.O;! p m Steamer Martha arrives

I A. 0. MACDONELL, AT. Rochelle.......-........ 3.35 a m 2.35 p m From St. Marys and Crandall, on .

GANTZ, JONES ill CO., BY THE CARGO, I General ville, Fla.Passenger and Ticket Agent, Jackson Lv. Rochelle............... 3.50 a m 2.40 p m Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00a.m.

176 Duanc St., A: Y.FOR D. E. :MAXWELL. Gen.Sup't. Ar. Gainesville..?......... 4.20 a m 3.05 p m From St. Marys and Dungeness, '

For Domestic or Export Trade, ,Lv. Gainesville............. 3.00 a m 2.05 p m on Wednesday and Saturday..._ 9.00 a.m
send for our Select List ot From St. and
FINE PRINTING. SEND YOUR ADVERTISERS Lv. Rochelle............... 4.00 a m 2.55p m Mary's King's Ferry,
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.
Tuesday and Friday.................. 2.00
rs to the Mti Ron ffice. 10 Spruce:: Street New York. Ar. Wait's Crossing...... 4.40 a m p



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a a t0t. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 20, 1886. _r _

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. It is a singular fact that.if,a lone female Tlie City Election. Notice to Voters.

desires to come to Florida she always takes a The" following gentlemen have been ,np-
TIIE,REPUBLICANS MAKE THEIR TICKET-THREE pointed as of election at'the following -
the steamer San Antonio; Fourteen just inspectors

. t L.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS such persons came on the last trip of that LIBERALS AND A DEMOCRAT- .NOMINATED. places designated,for the election for Fresh Garden Seeds,
i 4y The Republican convention. for ,nominating ,municipal officers to be held on Monday,
steamer, and 'every mothers daughter of 5th 1886.
; i Reflections. candidates for the offices for the ensuing April CROP OF '85 -&
,A1,. 4., them believes that in case of an accident At Precinct No. Mayor's Office. City of j
p + ;" Gould's yacht Atalanta left this port:for captain, or, if not-he, the purser, would certainly municipal year was held at Island Fernandina-Charles A. Noyes, John Gor-
City Hall on Monday,evening last. The, fol- don and George 1-'. Lewis. In papers or in bulk, at
wr have saved her exclusive self such is
t Charleston, S. C., on Wednesday., ,
At Precinct No. old
4 2-Capt Westberjj's
owing l ticket i nominated 'after
was, a long-
Lyceum Hall March 23d Kendall's Comedy the peculiar feeling of confidential relationship continued : store. Old Town-T." A. Acosta-'' Romeo FRED W. ,HOYT & CO'S
Company in Queen's Evidence." ,that these two officials inspire in their _fight, Denegal and Charles Williams. '
The Mallory.steamships are carrying now passengers. A half-dozen of the "dear For Mayor-John, W. Howell. W. H. POPE, Mayor.
w y For City Clerk-: Floyd( 'Wright. GEO. E. WOLFF City Clerk
tremendous freights from this port. creatures" were intending to 'marry after; Fernandina. 1886.
March 13
For :Morris:, ,
City JarjtaStephen
$ The Mallory steamship Carondelet, John reaching their destination, if they liked the i
For Tax Collector-0. S. Oakes. _
Risk master arrived in port last evening. man they were to meet and his orange Notice to City Tax Pay "8.
< For,Tax Assessor John
Payne, Hippie & Co. cleared this week the grove wasn't killed, but they parted from Stays. Notice is hereby given that all real prop-
flrf For City Treasurer-Thomas Kydd. erty on which the city taxes remain unpaid
schoonerRuth Darling with 160,000 feet of the purser with great reluctance, even
For Aldernfen-G. F.Avery, Samuel Petty, on the first day in April will be advertised tobe Corn Oats
Croix. far to take him to Jacksonville Hay
lumber for St. going; so as sold for the taxes due'thereon for:the ,
and Chas. H.
The usual Sunday services will be held tomorrow with them. It was evidently a case of 'VilloughbDorsey., ',Berg., year 1885.
Messrs. 0./S.Oakes Taos. and G.
'" at St. Peter's Episcopal- Church, going farther and possibly faring worse"we ; Kydd .. C. J. WESTBERO, MIXED FEED, RICE FLOUR, ETC.
F. Avery are very. liberal. in. their political City TaxCollector.Fernandna .
Rev. Mr. Pattison officiating. Services will ([ all know how agreeable that purser can, <
Pti srh sentiments,rthe latter two having already Fla., March 13, 1886.
.begin at 11 a. m. be), but there.were six of them and but one

art' j The boat race will take place about 1:30 of him-not enough to go around-and so. filled the same positions for which they are AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.FRED .
renominated. with credit. :Mr. is Material.BRICK
o'clock p. m. :Monday next, wind and there was no help for it but to go and waste Berg a Building A "*
simon-pure Democrat,which of course was '" 1- .. ..'
weather permitting. Don't fail to see it their sweetness on six other fellows and
well known to the convention. It has been LIME, PLASTER, W. HOYT & CO.
from Centre or Broome street docks. leave the disconsolate purser to commune
sefforthby both sides in recent city elections
.+ George,: Kendall, the people's popular with the sad sea waves-all broke up. CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS,
that party lines should be disregarded,
Hall March 23d and '
comedian at
Lyceum The Public School Building. and hence' last year the Republicans! put up SASH, DOORS AND BIJNDS,

i 24th.Mr. Mr. Stark, another :Democrat, who was Retailers of
C. H. Jones of the Times-Union, fills PAINTS AND OILS. TobaccoCAN
ITS CORNER STONE TO BE LAID WITH MASONIC elected, and is the only white member of
c : { ;t/ all the chinks in his paper by patting on theE
CEREMONIES. the Board holding over, :Messrs. :McGiffin, FRED W. HOYT & CO.
back Mr. C. II. Jones the recently elected SATE
> The building committee of the Board of Avery and Austin retiring MONEY BY BUYING

, :President: of the National Editorial Associa- Public Instruction have concluded in viewof FROM
4k r"ff On the whole, a much worse ticket might When You Paint US.
tion. Mighty interesting reading!" the great importance of the matter of have been nominated by the Republicans.We ,

Col. Thos. C. Hoge and Miss Hoge, of New education to the of -- WE ARE ONE
lay corner stone the understand that there are to be two OF BUT THREE OR FOUR
: York, are in splendid retirement at the THE BEST PAINTS. THE
new public school building, which is now or three other tickets in the field, but which USE FIRMS IN THE STATE THAT BUY

Egmont, and purpose remaining for some about being erected in this city, with be- have not fully matured yet. H. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare
!'rr'' "sr time. Col. Hoge is one of the proprietorsand coming ceremonies. To this end the committee LORILLARD'S GOODS

x builders of the new Silver Springs, Ocala have invited the Masonic Fraternityto The City Election.We acknowledged to be of. superior quality,

and Gulf Railroad, and one of, the best constructed conduct the ceremonies, and Mr. McGiffin commend to our voting citizens the DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS

: r and equipped railroads in Florida. Master of Amelia Lodge, No. 47, on following extracts, which we borrow from and will cover much more than cheaperand

.,Y,. .,,il Sam'l Greyston and daughter of Chicago, behalf of his Lodge, has accepted. Theday the Palatka Herald, in reference to the ap- lighter brands. Sold only by $,'r GET OUR) QUOTATIONS.

rt'tr'fi't r Ill., has been visiting his old friend, Col. for the ceremonies has not been definitely proaching election :

r't' : Haskins, of the Egmont, for a few days. Mr. fixed as yet, but it is expected to be in I i Be sure to secure good strong practicalmen FRED W. HOYT & CO. FRED W. HOYT & CO.

Greyston is the successful proprietor of the about three weeks. It is understood that I for the,Council. men who own them-

'\ Windsor Hotel, Chicago, a hotel that is constantly selves.
Amelia will invite the
>;* K .-. Lodge Fraternity of There is an old saying that wise men frequently -
:' J15 well filled. He went into great admiration Callahan and King's Ferry to participate in change their minds, but fools never

3I 'T'S S of our charming hostelry, the Eg- the ceremonies. do.

tny mont. Fernandina people should see to it that a '
State Superintendent of Public Instruc- business Mayor and full business Councilare FRED W. HOTT & CO.FFFFF
Watch for the street parade and open air tion A. J. Russell will be invited on behalfof elected.A .

,t tr concert by Kendall's military band at 11 a. the School Board, and is expected to de- good citizen can always be known by

m. Tuesday, March 23d. liver an address. his willingness to concede something for the
sake of the public good.
The brick for the new public school build- The building committee, which consistsof The city promoting has a right to call for the servicesof

ing are on the ground and the work of laying Messrs. H. J. Baker, J. A. Edwards and her best citizens to help her out of the U U RRRR NN N II TTTTT U U RRRR EEEEE

the foundation will begin forthwith by G. Stark, is now pushing the work forward terrible dilemma in which she now finds F U. UR R NN NIT T U TJ R RE
herself. F U UR RNN NIl T U UR REF
I '
; Mr. Chase, the bricklayer. They are of superior with commendable zeal.
Those citizens are remembered with grati- U URRNNNIITU URREFFFF
quality, of Atlanta make, and are tude and respect who promptly respond to U U RRRR N N N II T U TJ- RRRR EEEETJ

,r .. t furnished b)y Messrs. Fred W. Hoyt &Co., Inflation of Currency. a proper summons to take their share of F U URRNNNIITU R R E

} who also will furnish all the lime, cement A trusted employe of the Florida public duty. F 'U UR RN NNII T U URREF

" '' '1 4S and other materials necessary. Railway and Navigation Company has,a several This is not a year for politics or where U TJTJTJTJ R RN NN II T U U R REF
personal should control
"' "nickel" that Mr. Jay Gould dug out ofa R R N NN IIT UUU R R EEEEE
Our young friend, J. Louis Horsey, re up actions.; The best good of the city -
turned this week from Charleston S. C., corner of his pocket while here and pre- should be the object sought for by every ,

where he graduated in the early part'of this sented to Turner Duling, the efficient bag- citizen.Let the electors be sure to nominate strong

: month from the South Carolina Medical gage master at the depot, as a token of his men for the 'City Council. Men who are

, Ark A University, and received his: diploma as a regard for some slight favor in checking simply voting machines, or who wait to be Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second.

. 4i baggage and the gift of a late Jacksonville told how to vote, may be of use elsewhere, ,
tf full-fledged M. D. Mr. Horse} received the but are not wanted in the Council.
marked distinction of delivering the vale paper. The B. M. was not looking for any-
I+p, ,r +Y
thing of the kind and when the
dictory address. Whether Mr. Horsey will Mrs. Grundy Says

,. practice his profession in this city or else railroad magnate pressed the little token That now is your chance to make up a
where, he has the best wishes for his future into the palm of the surprised Duling he municipal ticket. Nearly every body has
1 fw" f y was not sure that it was not a five dollar
success of the citizens and the Mirror.
a. t.'yx >, i gold piece till he opened his hand. It did one.That
a ; Don't fail to hear Kendall's Metropolitanorchestra it is proposed to put Alachua streetin
) not take him long to discover that :Mr.
of seven members the finesttraveling condition to enable people to get to the THE ATTENTIONOF
Gould had evidently made a mistake, but
city cemetery dry shod
at Lyceum Hall March 23d and ;
with the characteristic
reticence of all
24th. That if we can get some of the wet places '"
masters he didn't undeceive Mr. G., about town filled in there will not be so
. Mr. Vanhook budded one of his young but put that little souvenir
away very carefully
,ky"1, orange trees so late last fall that it only madea much necessity for going to the cemetery.
: : f short, tender growth before the freeze, and afterwards sold it to the above That St. Patrick's Day was celebrated in

' .1 "-' which caused it to shed its leaves. It began mentioned trusted employe for ten cents, due and ancient form by the wearing of
\ ; to put out fresh buds ten days ago, and and now it cannot probably be bought for the'green."

14 In that short amount time it of has three grown hundred the almostincredible inchesof fifteen cents or a quarter, thus showing how That the "winter of our discontent" ra( H 0 USE K E E PER S11\\ II

t new wood.-Fort Jfeade Pioneer. great an inflationist Mr. G. is when even"Bickel" a "lingers in the lap of spring" till "pa- III I

i-' While Florida papers publish such articles becomes worth a "quarter" in tience ceases to be a virtue," and we will '

.A as the above they need not complain if value by going through his hands. merry, merry be" when the spring time I

Northern papers criticise the reliability of comes, gentle Annie," and we can go downto

all newspaper information from this State. Shipments /om. This Port. the "deep blue sea" and hear what the -IS CALLED TO THE .
3v.?@ During the past week the following ship-
Mr. Andrew Carnegie, of Pittsburgh, Pa., wild waves are saying," but if it con-
ments were made from this port via the New
accompanied by Mrs. W. C. Whitney, wifeof York steamship line tinues to rain upon the roof and patter on
: .
w 1 A the Secretary of the Navy, Mrs. Harrisonand the pane" we will all go over the hills to OMl'LETE 8SS0E.TMENT
Per steamship San Antonio, for New York, "
r Mrs. Mason, of New York, arrived at March 14-55,000 feet yellow pine lumber, the poor house.

IpJlrfJ, the Egmont at an early hour Friday morn 3,650 pounds fresh fish, 426 logs cedar, 172

- ; ing, by yacht, from Jacksonville where cases cedar, 111 barrels rosin, 56 barrels MARINE.
orange wine, 24 bales cotton, 19 cans shrimp, OF .
}' t r s splendid apartments had been assigned 90 packages merchandise, 2 horses. Port of Fernandina.

them. They go to Mr. Carnegie's elegantwinter Per RICH WATER.
steamship State of Texas for New
i-Sf house, "Dungeness for a short York, March 18-23,000 feet lumber, Saturday, Mar. '20........... 8:18 A.M. 8:46 P. M.
?*&' 4,000 Sunday, 21............ 9:05": 9:30 "
i4 season before returning North. pounds fresh fish 185 cases cedar 110 bar Monday, '22 .......... 9:50 '10:14..
rels rosin 57 barrels orange wine. 31 barrels TuesdaYlIe 23..10:31 10:58 "
Lyceum Hall,two nights only-March 23d cotton seed oil,35 cans shrimp,35 packages Wednesday," 24.1118 11:42"
{- f and 24th-Kendall Comedy military merchandise. Thursday, 25........... O.-OO 0.-02 FAJAILYCROCERIE.SBOTH 1J
Company -
.v Friday, 26...:....... 0:30 0:51 "
f ,.M, band and metropolitan orchestra
Kendall tf ENTERED.
Company in Queen's Evi
'i[e J
porting George and Lizzie Kendall in a
popular dence." Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Bruns-
repertoire. Tuesday evening, March wick, Georgia, dally. .
There was a good house at the entertain Steam-packet St.Nicholas, Usina,from Savannah
<' 23d, the great emotional comedy-drama, ment last night to witness the Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
1K. It Queen's Evidence." performance and passengers, to Key Line (F.S.: &N.) _
of Queen's Evidence." There is some Mar.12-Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from
: g The 7im.u-Union of the 18th publishes an thing in the that New York; freight and passengers to
play appeals to the heart R. W. Southwick, agent.
f 4 interview with Jay Gould, in which he expresses of everybody, a true home picture,blending Mar.Steamship State of Texas,Williams,from
great regret that he could not enter New York; freight and passengers, to
, rti fun and pathos in a way that ,pleases all R. W. Southwick, agent. FOREIGN AND DOMESTICWHICH '
i i *4 f the St. John's with his yacht. His yacbtdraws The stage settings were grand, and added 13-Schooner Jesse W. Starr, Barrett, Philadelphia u
twelve feet of and either he : railroad iron.
much to the piece. Mrs. Kennedy, as Kate 15-Schooner Wm. Hayes, Smith, New York;
V had not read the reports of the St. John's Medland railroad iron.
was her acting in the .
F Pilot Commissioners, or he, did not believe third act CLEARED.
receiving rounds of
ii t them. They report from thirteen to four applause.-Montgomery Advertiser.well-merited Steam-packet Thos., Georgia Collyer, daily., Dilwood, for Brunswick ;..',.l>. '.,...-.,,- .- ,.- ... WE ARE OFFERING-' .. ',, ..:".,.

teen feet of water on their bar, and if that Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah < ;
si water was there he could easily in. More Steel Kails. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight "
go and passengers, by Key Line (LF.R.N. Co.)
< r A general railroad stockholders' meeting In addition to the 2,000 tons of steel rails Mar.Steamship City of San Antonio,Wilder,
for New York; freight and passengers, ,AT VERY LOW PRICES.SCHUYLER
received in this for the
took place at the Egmont last Tuesday, port Florida Railway by R. Southwick, agent. .
S which was largely attended. Among the & Navigation Company last week, nearly Mar.17-Steamship State of Texas, Williams, for
New York freight and by
; passengers
'f } principal gentlemen present may be men 1,000 tons arrived this week., viz: per schoon R. W: Sonthwick agent..

: &i tioned R. Fulton Cutting and E. R. Reynolds er Wm. Hayes 550 tons, and per schooner 17-British, brig Woodcock, ,Williams, Ha-
vana; lumber, by J. C. Read.
2 of New York; Fred. W. Peck, Clarence Jessie W. Starr 440 tons. Both are now unloading Schooner Nettie Lang don, Bagley. New
l + at Broome street dock: The schooner York lumber, by Billiard&Bailey.,
M t J. Peck anti John F. Field, of Chicago; u 15-Schooner Thomas Clyde, Bureon, Philadelphia -
+ John A. Henderson and John E. Sickles, oi f Anna R. Bishop, with 570 tons, and the ;lumber,by Hilliard&Bailey.
r { w g Tallahassee; M. T. Dill and W T.Dill, of Annie E. Rickcrson, with 225 tons, are daily 18-Schooner reucksted Ruth, St.Darling Croix;,lumber Chipman,by, Fred-.Robinson ,.
Virginia;T. C. Hoge, Hiram Jelliff and T. expected. _. &Booth.

#' i C. Platt, of New York. Queen's Evidence.'the VESSELS IN PORT.
r'd ) greatest emo Schooner Jesse W. Starr, Barrett.
; ; t r+ Kendall's Dramatic and Comedy Companyis tional comedy-drama the day at Lyceum Schooner Wm.:Hayes, Smith. '

"1 booked for Lyceum Hall on Tuesday anc Hall. March 23d, by the Kendall ComedvCom Schooner Schooner Rebecca William H.S. Mulford Kenney,,Hand.Lipincott. '." ,_ #'' NO.I'47 CENTRE STREET. .,

ji; Wednesday nights next week. pan).. Schooner Palatka.Chapels.
Schooner Meyer&Muller Perkins., .