Florida mirror

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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
April 3, 1886
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
General Note:
"Democratic" <1880>.
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>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. A TWELFTH-NIGHT: CAKE should : j. \ 'THI'J F. I.:.-_&,,'N.Y.STE3I.-4,, 'his war upon the Florida'Railway & HOTEL ARRIVALS.

manufacturers- are saidto contain a ring, a thimble, a sixPence THE 'GRAND FLORIDA" TRUNK LINE. 'Navigation: ,which some are' rPady'toattribute -
for and a bean. Accordin to We, are pl aseqti.f te from time ", to personal, hostility; to;>> some Jas G Barnett and wife,
be adopting the plan making one who has been Newark, N J; W
significance of these, four omens to time the evidences.of.>an intentionon prominent ,in its H Packard, Mrs Jacksun ChicwoIern.,
paper as tough as wood or leather..bymixing the part of Mr. Duval to put thisimportant management: and may yet be snppo. pd 'A R Henderson. New York; John, II Mc-
chloride of zinc with the of fortune, the one who' drawti'thering of roads in first -by'many be not 'without influence.If Cullough! Brunswick; A.J A rnoldI)11iladelJlhla -,be married before the system : it: be true that Senator Call is ; Jno W Pearce Atlanta Ga Jas R
pulp in the course of manufacture class, condition, both. as o track and Cliallen. Jacksonville; R L James, Balti- .
closes the thimble indicates singleblessedness equipment, as well ,improved.i.! terminal seeking to gratify his personal animosity mon-WE; Grahiiiii :mi wife, Savannah
THE completeness of the work t : towards the distinguished in- Ua; A W Haul{>nbt'ck. Newark N J; Geo W
the owner of the sixpence facilities
::v Hargr '''e. Boston, Mass J H Jones
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done by the earlier astronomers, is 'I has riches in store, 'and she We are 'g lad ;to believe, from const ..drvld'al.r.Eferred to by ,making war C Hoage,'New York; 0 F Miller and wife,R.

shown by the fact, recently stated ntlv accumulating:';,!evidence, that on, this railroad: company, we can as- D'Ialll1..tlanta.: Ga; H H Babcock and
who draws the bean is crowned wife, Mrs C H
him Babcock
sure from the best authority. that Mrs George Weldon -
out of the 6,000 or more nebulae, :Mr. ,Duval has not,only;an 'iritelligentconception and child Rochester
that he is N Y; Miss Alarie
the Herschels had discovered queen and chooses her own king. of not qqly.the, ,needs of barking up the wrong tree. C Hoage, J T Galvin, New York J L t
known : j
now THE simplest and least'expensive the system, but of the best means ofaccomplishing Mr. Yulee, so far as his personal .for- Thompson Indianapolis; T E Mclver' Nas- 1
5,000. tunes'are concerned, does not care a san; Mrs 'V H Owen Chicago Mr3 W L
its reh&lpitafioh and is
methodfor removing saltpetre exu- continental Tomlms, Pennsylvania. Mrs Ira D Craw- "
what becomes of the Flor-
French medical all his that direc- ford
A WRITER in a bending energies': Brunswick; 0 Harriman. Savannah. J
that of the dation from brickwork when the tion. The .improvements already ida Railway & Navigation. His'in- F Leech, Mrs J F L Washington, D C;
treatise says refrigeration efflorescence is in position where, the made on the Western Division and terest in it is the same as that of any E F Brooks St Louis, Mo; Edgar W Whitney -
lobe of the car will stop hiccough, ; other well wisher of Florida, to whom Chicago' ; H B Spring, St Louis. :Mo E
the accumulation of material and A'Powers
sun and wind do not have free ac- new Cincinnati; George Levan Balt-
whatever its cause may be. Very rolling? stock, give assurance that the the prosperity of these lines is desir- zell, Charles :M ,Stark city; Mrs R Fulton ;
cess is to wash it off with diluted
such of able as subserving so largely the interests CuttlJ1aster R Fulton cutting, two
slight refrigeration, as a.drop time is not far distant,when the entire children and
muriatic three maids, New York
hydrochloric or common of F
cold water, is said to be sufficient. system, including the Cedar Key so large a constituency.Cedar .- Card Jas T Rhoads, wife and son.'J M.
acid of commerce. About half a branch, as i it' is now termed, will be Key Journal. Bentley, Miss F Doran. Phil D Barney, Miss
THE bed of the ocean, says a for- .- '-.-. -- .. J Pierce Cleaveland 0;'H Trout Savannah
pound of the acid is used with an brought to the highest. state of effi KEY WEST IN ASHES.A H A Callan, Chicago; Mrs Carnegie. Miss;

eign writer, is to an enormous ex- ordinary 'pailfull of water, the appli- ciency. I. Carnegie, Dungeness; Miss Clark, Mrs Fuller I
tent covered with lava and pumice We have too high an opinion of :Mr. HIGH WIND WITH NO WATER AIDS IN COM- Chas J Clark and son, Pittsburgh;Mr ;i
cation being'made with a sponge. Child, Philadelphia; W and F f
Duval's railroad PLETING THE RUIN. Carnegie,
stone. Still more remarkable is it capacity as a managerto Hon Andrew FO
Carnegie, Dungeness
A f
THE Danes do not to have KEY WEST, March'30.-A terrible fire commenced ;
propose believe that he. will neglect any Fletcher, Chas H Remington, Watertown, !
floor of the
to find ocean in this city at 2 o'clock this N J J H
"' of for the morningin ; McKenner. Augusta Me A
any deceptions in their butter sup- practical means securing ; Wil- 1
many parts with the dust of the Cedar terminus the I the San Carlos Theatre corner of Duval kie, C Atwood and wife, D A Flint and
A law enacted in Denmark Key important wife, Hans i
ply. and Kreissig, Thomas Martin, :Miss
Fleming streets. A high wind from the :
;. meteorites. makers''andsellers Havana connection.. of which .for 'the H Harrington, E Wendelchafer, Miss Clara '
last year compels last two seasons wef f',;have been deprived southeast drove the fire in a northwesterly ., Randall, Bijou Opera Co; F K Moolie, Flor- ,
IT is computed that a twelveinchwall of adulterated, imitation, and and the reestablishmentof direction and in a short time eight blocks ida; J A Dickey Bristol, Tenn; R W Hurt
of hard-burned bricks and good upon had been burned over. The fire is still Cincinnati; Wm Cornwall and wife. Louisville -
bogus butter to pack it in elliptical ; which must greatly' 'depend, not rag- I Ky; SO Littlefield, Brunswick; W R.
lime and sand mortar could be built tubs conspicuously marked "mar- i only our prosperity',' but that of this! ing. Owing to a drought there is no waterin Bush, Lake City;N B Borden, Mrs N B Bor- !\
the cisterns with which the den
to fight fire.
Wilmington, Del Jas K Clarke
1,600 feet high before the bottom garine and punishes infractions of : end of the line. ,, Nor is there any engine to pump water from burgh; John W Weild; Philadelphia, ;Pitts-E L
The failure,of the Pant syndicate Davidson E T, V & G R RD f
layers would be crushed. If Port- the law fine of from 200 to the harbor. ; A Stewart
by a Pittsburgh E A Thrall, New York
to secure the contract for the New ; H W
land cement were added to the mor- 2,000 krones (about ($54 to .$540.) York and Havana fast mail would Captains Beardslee, of the man-of-war Clark Alex D Roussell, :M Sabel, R S Lu- :
Powhatan Matthews, of the kenbill, Dr
; Brooklyn; Tan- Henry Bacon Jacksonville L S
tar the height might reach 5,700 feet. The enactment was forced by the' leave it to be infel"redthat the time is ner, of the Albatross and Fengar, of the Randolph, city; I S O'Neil, New Hope;;Dr J :;

members of the for reaching out in that di- L Horsey, city; Dr W Williams and wife. :
FIFTY engineering agricultural element of the country, opportune revenue cutter Dix, are on shore with their Crescent C
City; Williams Savannah; G C ,
department of Columbia College will despite the opposition by the bogus rection.To men doing noble service, blowing up build- McClure, Philadelphia; Edgar C Bird.Ocala, '
this end :we won d respectfullyurge in the track the Fla Thomas J Jr
ings of flames with powder.No ; Delano Boston; J R
occupy barracks next summer on butter people. upon :Mr. Duval he importanceof lives have been lost. Governor Bethel Swann, Utica, N Y: Thos Eells, Florida; 0 .
Bantam Lake near Litchfield, Conn., of the renovatio the track A Gager and wife, Brooklyn, N Y; Miss
THE prevention of decay in woodis early has lost everything. There is no hope of Annie Duval, Massachusetts Edward L
taking their meals at a neighboringhotel. said to be effectively accomplishedby on the-road from Waldi,to Cedar Keyso checking the fire until it reaches the water.It Brown, Boston; George Norris and wife,
that the time rfron Jacksonvilleand is Duval Massachusetts; Mrs Bradley, Miss Carrie
An instrument house is being now burning fiercely on Simon-
the air from the
exhausting Bradley, Wisconsin
'pores ; Mr J T Jones and
Callahan be deduced fouror
to ton and Ann the
may streets principal thoroughfares
built and a course of practical study wife, :Miss Thompson Macon, Mo Miss
and them with
filling 'a gutta-percha five. hours and the ;rip to our delightful of business in the city. It cannot be Green, Boston, Mass; Miss Freeman. Miss

will be followed. A,son of Jay Gouldis solution, a substance which,preservesthe .Gulf fCity-'m&creSeasy -attractive stopped until it,has been burned.out. Libbie Freeman,Illinois; Mrs J B Peaslee. .

one of the class. wood alike from moisture, water to the'tourist and pleasure :The conflagration is completely beyond Miller.Cincinnati Pittsburgh; Miss: Caldwell; Mr Crook, Kentucky, England G S "

has travel. the control of the firemen, and the fresh Wright Cincinnati John R
THE Rolfe Alfred
interesting discovery and the action of the sun. The so- : >
The recent grant, of water front at driving it still further through the Rolfe, Brooklyn; F S Perry :Florida; J R ; .
made in Switzerland of a bright- lution is,made by mixing twothirdsof Fernandina on which to erect improved heart of the, city. Already the Episcopaland I Myers.Wisconsin.,Baltimore; W H Kelly and wife,

green moss growing on calcareous gutta-percha to one-third of par- and adequate wharf and warehouses Baptist Churches are gone, with about

rocks 200 feet below the surface of affine, this mixture being then is a most important concessionby fifty stores and dwellings, including the Two or three weeks ago we said of an

Lake Leman. No other moss has heated to liquefy the gutta-percha, the Town Improvement Company.The Masonic Hall, several cigar factories and the article which appeared in the Cedar Key

constructiou of the new line bonded warehouse, which contained over a Journal in regard to Fernandina's harbor
been known so far under water, and when it is readily introduced into
from Hart's road to Millen, Ga., whichwe quarter of a million dollars worth of tobacco.In that ,we recognized in it the fine Roman
how chlorophyl the green coloring the pores of the wood, the effect of are assured is being rapidly pushed, the business part of the city the loss will hand of Major George R. Fairbanks. Having

matter, could have been so richly the gutta-percha being, when it be- will give the short line outlet to all be immense on the heavy stocks of goods been assured by Mr. Mcllvaine, one of

developed in a place so remote from comes cool, to harden the pores. points north, which has long been carried by the merchants. It looks now as the editors of that paper that the articlewas
though Hotel Russell must go. D. H. E. written by himself, and that
needed enable this Major
the to
light, is a problem. IT is announced that Messrs. system com
Ap- pete'successfully for. the great streamof LATER. Fairbanks had nothing to do with it, Whereby
PROF. N. S. SHALER-IS authorityfor pert, of Clichy, France, :have dis- Florida travel. While the im- The Russell House is.gone. The fire is take it all back and make the amends

the statement that 50,000 square covered a process that will make proved steamship connections at Fer- still working north and northwest under the honorable. It would be a compliment to

miles of east of the Mississippi nandina should. influence of the southerly breeze. Its track any writer to have his article mistaken for
territory. glass blowing by the mouth make that port the
has been a peculiar! one, and it is difficult to Major Fairbanks', but it is due to Mr. Mcll
are covered with swamps, sary. Many attempts have been great outlet for shipment' our con- foretell results. The indications are that it vaine 'that be needs help from no one in

which might easily be drained and made to get rid of this painful pro- tinually. increasing fruit'and vegetablecrops. will, having reached the shore, 'skirt along giving his views.forcible All and the persuasive same we think expression the Jour-to

turned into fertile lands. The great cess in the operations of glass the beach consuming the wharves and nal's editor has much less than a due appre-
The Florida &
Railway Navigationis 'warehouses of Philbrick & Tift. Curry's ciation of the magnitude of the commercial
Dismal Swamp and its southern ad- making, but to this day in every naturally the great 'trunk line sys- having already been burned. This will bring interests dependent upon the deepening of
the bar at the mouth of the St. Johns river-
juncts amount to 4,000 square miles, bottle house may be seen palefacedmen tem of Florida, connecting, as it was the flames to the United States naval, depot Let us hear from him on this subject.

all of which can be redeemed at Com- with their cheeks hanging limpin designed to do,the extreme west and and the custom house, the only buildings, Times-Union.

south with the only deep-sea harboron with the exception of the three warehouses
paratively small folds the result of of
expense.IT years glass
our Atlantic front, having,admirable mentioned, in the track of the fire which SHE WILL DUST.*
is found that when paraffine is blowing by the mouth. Cases have Gulf ports at Cedar Key and ate not built of yellow pine. On account of He had a backload of feather-

thoroughly mixed with linseed oil, been known in which men's cheeks Tampa, and :traversing by' great odds the latter fact the heat is so intense that the I dusters as he rang the door bell on

cast into small blocks, and cooled, it have been worn so thin that they the finest and' most productive firemen are driven back. This, added to the Montcalm street east yesterday, and

have both sections,:there is no reason why, lack of engines and water supply, will I when a woman opened the door i,
be to make fabric actually cracked and it is
used a
may as ,
under proper management should ,probably' result in the total destruction of about two inches and said that nothing j
cloth-felt and leather, water-proof by common sight in a bottle house to not be made one'of the very best pay the city. was wanted he inquired : ;

rubbing it with such a block, and see blowers at work with their thin properties in ,the whole South. The buildings of prominence, so far,consumed ** :Madam, will you kindly inform ,

ironing afterward to equalize the distribution cheeks puffed out like the fingers. of We are sorry to observe, ,on.the part are: Messrs. Sawyer's, Bab ck's, ." me who lives'next door?" '
of the material the glove. of one of-'our-delegationihjjC/oflgress,adisposition _., Gate's, Perry's Bartt's, Patterson's, United "Next door?"she queried,coming
pores.If States Marshal ,Williams'.,Browns| and Lester -
and the it's
-make out
to war on Why a new
List of Letters upon step.,1' ,
too much is 's private residences San Carlos Theatre
not ; ;
pun, Remaining in the post-office at Fernandina, hinder the progress of' this systemtowards stores of Someillan & Hayman, dry goods; family and I don't remember: the.
may be made to be only impervious Nassau county, Florida, April 3d, 1886. completion- and the:'highest Otto, drugs;' Sariol dry goods and groceries; name." ,

to water but not to air, the Persons calling for these letters must say efficiency. Whatever the reasons actuating Cash, groceries; Bartleimgroceries; Brooks, "Lady puts on a good deal of
advertised t stable the factories of Siden-
small greasy pores repelling water, Allen, Susan: Litcbford, Mary him, Senator 'Call.should, not livery berg, Del Pino: Soria cigar, Canals & Wolfs, and style, doesn't she ?" '
but not air. Barnwell, Walter Long, J overlook'the'fact that the interests ofa the''Russell House. D. H.-E. Rather."'

Breckenridge. Livers, William. very large 'n mber of his constituents I thought so. That's the way

AN effort is at last being made to Butler Boanat,Malviece Henry A Martin Luke, Lavimie, Mrs Abbie are bound UP' with the Florida HELPING HIM OUT. with those sort of people; they put

disinter the Sphinx. The work: of Canioly, Miss Gary Nelson, Chas E Railway & Navigation system, and Miss Clara (to young Mr. Stammer it all on,their backs. I asked her if

exhumation is intrusted to Croft, Geo R 'Page, J J he cannot fight the one without injur who has just finished a song at she didn't want a duster to dust off
Brugsch Crain, Mrs P Roibunt, Elza '
the )-"The 'impediment'inyour
piano her furniture and bric-a-
ingthe.other. upholstered
Carter Ducett I :
Bey brother Thorny
of the .
distinguished Erwin Robert Rose, Edward It 'is well 'enough ''to stir .up the speech, Mr. Stammer, doesn't brac, and she slammed the door;in

archaeologist, who will carry out a Finkelnburg Hon A Runze, Nills management to go forward an ,com. seem to affect your singing." my face. She didn't have any to

plan formed by Sig. Maspero. About Gaval Folsom, R Lee J Simons Stewart;Mollie Thomas pl fete the Southern DiiIision and Mr. Stammer"N-n-ot at a-all, dust, you see. People who have

20,000 cubic metres of sand must be Gager, Chas L Sqibb, Hillit them feel that they must fulfil theiart eMiss Clara;, it is only' w-w-when I plush furniture and articles of virtu

cleared To this taska Goerke, CJ Smith, Maria P ,of-the 'contract in order to avail a-a-attempt to t-t-talk that I am and taste always want my goods.
away. expedite Grant, C J Thomas, Eleaza b-b-bothered. (Suddenly changingthe madam!I"
themselves";the;.landi grant,,but :it j is Pleasant day,
little Haussy, Karl C H
tramway has been constructed Hansen, John ,Tishler,,T not-well:to place',obstacles ,the:way subject) >But, M-M-Miss Clara, "Y-e-s.: What did you say the

and 150 laborers are engaged for Ivers, John E Vanneman. H M., of. their progress towards renovation I w-w-wish to s-s-speak to you re-' price was ?"

the more mechanical portion'of the Johnson, July Wade Nancy E and extension','as we are assured Sena re gardihg a certain m-m-matter th Seventy-five cents, madam, and

toil. About Easter the work is ex- Johnson King, L ,C Dwignt G Williams Washington, C,R John tor Call has been doing in matters not that is of v-vital im-D-p-portance the woman '''next door is peering

pected to be King, Minnie Williams, Mary connected 'with the land grant ques my f-future h-happiness. I have :through the parlor blinds at us"
completed. Then, Lawrace, Sim Willms, Mary 1-1-loved you long and d-d-devotedly, Is she? Well' I'll take one, and

when the rock out of which the 8. T. RIDDELL, P..M. tion.We have the kindest feelings to and I want to a-a-ask you t-to be ,if there should be any other invention -

statue has been hewn is laid bare a Fresh Vienna coffee-finest blend. 'wards Senator Call, which we manifested m-my wi-wi-wi-wi. .-er-ah-t-to be to dust bric-a-brac and oil paint
. broad circular walk will be constructed WHITNEE& ScHUYLER. him for *' ings might call around. You
I by giving our support m-my Wl-WI-Wl-Wl- you
around it, and a high wall Gents Furnishing Goods re-election, and we would be slow to Miss Clara (blushing slyly) may also bring me a box of polish

built croachments to guard of desert against sands.future en- At. great bargains, at believe that he is actuated by any bupure tHarper's" sing it, :Mr. Stammer?"- for m y silverware."-Detroit Free,

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and loved Natalie Latourneau corted me to an asylum. I 'had cheated the I f concentrates on the
"I met ; experience
MOOD. I sculptor told his :story and scrutinized his newspaper as
another long silence. He lit another cigar. law, but not my conscience. Understand i work at.sthe, same time the tassel bobbed the most effective avenue for this outlay 3t
As he tried to'go on 'his lip trembled and he In a few months I was discharged as a cured oddly'from"side to side. teiition}is called to the fact by the managers'

t- make clinched his hands as if in great paIn; man. So the physician said. Rest, tltey'saidtwas 1863 of the Northwestern theatres meeting in
O tips, be still, and let the heart speech k "In': when.McClellan was commandingthe Chicago -
God how I loved her but we will not what was needed i ,and that restored my and unanimously signing to
Her lightest thought is far beyond your' "My ; army of the Potomac, he said, "I had occasion discontinue
reach. talk of that Understand I worshiped her reason., Poor fools.' to visit the foundry of Robert Wood &. the use of lithographs. From a private letter -
she loved Then he came "You are the first to whom I have told this, we learn that the spirit of the
And,worldly wisdom, unto faith give sway; and I thought me. Co.',in Philadelphia. While there I chanced to : occasion
the first I do-w1 at. cea I
... Your brightest light but darkens this dim between ii&' He set up his paltry sentimentas very What can fall in with the old sculptor Bailey, and ha was to_settle exclusively on newspapers. The
day.A against my adoration. The fool! Don't do-to win back'"the love-her love-I socrueBy showed me small statuette of McClellan that writer of this, after the war, for several years

lose patience., Follow me, please. He the dashed to.the"earth? That is what I he had just finished. It showed the general on was'in the employ of A. T. Stewart, supervising

55''r'l place to,rest in, tender,sense of love, .vain, boasting, flattering, gallant of.the sa- ,wanted,to ask you,.only that"" .,He paced to ,a spirited war-horse, with military trappings, under Mr. Stewart's personal guidance

The heart that seeks still finds-whate'er ys lons thought to take from me the one thing and fro nervously clasping his hands to his and it was altogether an exceedingly well- an adverti-jiug: expense a good deal over$loo,.

s prove, that'was dearer than an'eon of lives, to win head, as if in pain:: executed group. It was popular, too,. for ha 000 a year, and Mr. Stewart was emphatic ia

1r i Llp-speech, earth-lore that men account so her. Yes, he brought it on himself. Under- I turned from' shim with a shudder. ,H. sold a few copies in the bronze and a large his exclusive appreciation'of newspapers
wise- ". stand! He brought it on himself.", seemed in that moonlight to be a :Visitor from number of the plaster-of-paris casts. After This action of theatrical men is a hard

Still in the dark hears lovers' sweet replies.All He arose and paced up and down the wharf the nether regions. His yellow face, glaring the battle of Antietam, and 'when McClellan blow to job printers, as they represent the

heedless of the distance that divides for a few minutes and then took his former eyes, his long, slender fingers and 'sepulchralvoice. 'had retired from the service, I visited the class who have been through the wildest extravagance

Since in all the lover's soul abides, place, apparently "somewhat'quieted by the ". I told him that he need never hope fer foundry again and saw the same statuette, hi fancy job work, and calls very
And knows space and trusts the heart against,, its exercise. He went on,less excitedly now. ?I love again. He' would never 'see it. That with the exception that McClellan's head had general attention to the folly and waste that

felt that it ,was impossible that both of us sentiment was too holy, too divine, for 'such been replaced by one of Grant-otherwise the are broadcast in, gilt, bronze color and size.
own, could live in this world together. You know souls. Repentance and religion alone were statuette remained unaltered, I joked Bailey "Use the newspapers that"reach the class of
As heart to heart is ne'er made
by tongue
?q ''yo g known. how small it is. In Berlin you jostle the man left to him. about the tricks of the trade, and so on, and people the announcement is akin to'and mind

i- you thought in America, in Paris you get He turned his, great eyes upon me and, he replied by saying: Well, Grant and Mc you, sir, use them well," was the admonitionof

M, {,i+ tr YL'yx Sing., then, thy song, 0 heart, whose beat I into the same omnibus with the individualyou shaking" his head, sadly muttered, "Yes; I, Clellan are about the same height, weight, tho nvui who built up the largest dry-goods

bear; imagined in Rio Janeiro. Railroads and know it. Love will never brighten my days and figure, you' know, and seen from a distance business the world ever knew; "and 'tend to
She is not far when-thought of her is'near, steamships have reduced the earth's circum- again. Weak; weak fool that I was." He with their hats on they look a good deal me, sir, to-morrow night if the stocks you

And she must hear thy'singing over all ference to a mere hand's span. We're too ;took a capsule from his vest pocket and swal- alike. I can't do anything more with McClellan advertise do not move," which injunction required -

That world-lore saith or foolish lips let fall. crowded. I thought over' the matter deeply lowed it carelessly. "I am going to travel," -he's, gone up-so I thought I'd: just a pretty minute knowledge to be

-Lippincott's Magazine. and long. I thought of nothing else. To get said he, "and I want to carry with me pleas- utilize what I could of his statuette by put- secured of what the.difficulty might be. Andso

rid of him, that was what would have to be ant recollections only. _You will always remember ting Grant's head on Mac's Shoulders.Cor.. this mel chant prince affirmed his belief in

done." A tremor .passed over, him. "But me kindly?"Think of me as a poor Chicago News. newspapers, by giving as much of his valu-

how That was it. The days of secret mur- boy that loved too' ', well, won't you? I think' able time to laying out business for them as

f? .c UNDER THE MOON. ders have long since passed. Chemistry and I need a change of scene, ,and I.wish-" He Sayings of Chicago's Mrs. Partington. he gave to any other of his interests, often

other sciences have made the chances for threw his arms,up wildly and fell backwardon There is a certain society leader, noted for remarking: "Keep advertising, sir, for we
NrV-iAi.4Sr F"Kt from detection difficult difficult the wharf. The capsule was not his cough shall all be idle if
Sitting here alone, Booking over the moonlit escape very her 5 o'clock teas and her attentions to young we stop.-Boston Budget.
*4V waters of Lake Pontchartrain to-night I One night I made up my mind. Ah! that medicine, but'prussic acid, the most deadly of men of a certain class, who through a mix-
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w jt -a not help recalling the fellow's paleface night! She had never appeared so lovely. poisons. ture of ignorance and carelessness has become Antiquity of Wheat and Rye.
can and sunken I poor have tried again That white dress and the pomegranate blos- This is why, as I sit here alone in the moon- famous for her Malaprop sayings. The prominent I President Charles,Barnard, in an article in

.and again to shake the sad impressions this som at her breast I can see now. We were light, looking put, over the waters of Lake position to which her position and her I The Century, says that the wheat plant is

if f. creates but without avail. For half 'walking in the garden under the orange trees. Pontchartrain ahd listening to that guitar in- wealth have forced her make her blunders all I one of the oldest in cultivation. The Chinese

t .an memory hour I have watched, those two schooners How the scent of those orange buds cornea shore like an unpleasant dream, his face the more noticeable much so, in fact,that recorded its culture as early as 2700 B. C.,

j' # '' 1 come slowly into view from out the purple back! It was then she told me he had already again returns.-Charles E. Whitney in New she has been given the sobriquet of "The south and it is one of 'the prehistoric plants, remains -

{ .darkness of the distance and ghost-like go asked her to be his wife. It was her father's, Orleans Times Democrat side Partington." of wheat seeds being found in the ruins
t she should him and her father's of the houses of the lake dwellers. While
sailing by until now they are mere patches of marry Not long ago a musicale took place at her
'J r haze far off to the westward. It may be the wish was law. She would not say she lovedme. Pitting One Against the Other. house, to which she had invited some of the there are several races of wheat, and while

555 ,. .' c wave voices as the water plashes against the 'That,' she whispered, 'no one would At a stag dinner in San Francisco the other leading musicians of the city. After part of an these have been crossed,producing hybrids,it

piles of the wharf, or the faint thrumming of ever know, aye or nay.' evening, two of the guests were strangers to informal programme had been gone through has retained its true character, and been entirely
that guitar in one of the fishermen's cabins "I left her resolved. If I could not get her, each other. Let us call them Smith and with she approached a noted performer on independent of other plants since its

inshore that has so vividly reawakened this at least he never should. Jones. A practical joker knowing that they the piano and asked him if he would not culture began.

h+ ; ;, sad recollection. That night, too, a ripplingsea "Then I set myself to work formulatingmy were to sit side by side, went to Smith and "please impoverish something just to enter- Compard with wheat, rye is a modera

made derisive music amongst the wharf plan. said: "Look here, Smith, your neighbor at tain the company, you know."" She is con- plant. It is not, figured on any Egyptian

1M timbers and somebody was playing a guitarin He glanced inquiringly at me"to see the effect table has a very extraordinary mania, stantly speaking of the amount of her expen-di- monuments, and seems to have been first cultivated
? the distance. of his words. "Yes, I gave to it, ,nights although harmless' in 'other respects-he is tures. She told all her friends that her in the Roman empire about the be-

We had been boys together, had graduatedfrom and days; the result you see here," strikinghis afflicted with a,violent desire to bite hisneighbor's physician had required her to adopt a more ginring of the Christian era, though it' may

r v +tt' the university in the same class, and breast, "a mail who has accomplished his ear. .Jf"you watch him.closely, regular regiment. When they asked for an have been known somewhat earlier in Russia

;'R' wed separated only when he went to France to purpose and is how free, free as yourself."I however, it will befall right"' Smith gazedat explanation of the use to which she was to and Tartary. While these two commercial
+ study medicine. This was our first meeting must confess it, I feared the punishment him with alarm, and the joker joined put the militia they discovered she meant plants have been cultivated side by side for

lor many years and had been brought about of the law. The dread of an ignominiow Jones. "Jones, old boy," said' he, "when you regimen. She has a library of books her centuries, the first plants appearing to be

? ., by a letter asking some advice in'a commercial death at the hands of an executioner was 1 are at,table; I want you to notice something knowledge of which is confined to the covers. true hybrids between them bore seeds this

; .t matter, and inviting me to dine with him extremely curious. Smith, your ueighborhas Some one looking through, her shelves remarked year in this country. Wheat and rye may
to To avoid this all intellect ,
.n S rr nightmare me. my have been crossed before there is
$ fit the lake.I a most peculiar buzzing or rumbling : "I see you have several translationsof yet no
know the crime he had committed, ,was concentrated. The thought came' sound in his ears-something like the soundof the 'Iliad.' Whose do you prefer "Oh, record of anything like the results here ob]
to flash illumines the darkness. I
me as a
had sea-shell when hold it It is most Homer's-very much," said the charming tained.-Scientific American.
y -though absence from the city preventedme a you up.
s. commenced with zeal
t a a desperate man only
from learning the details of the sad affair. noticeable when he is talking-an echo, I lady, with exquisite blandness. She bought
can know the study of insanity its causes Genius and Persistent
: I knew also that he had been acquitted upon suppose, deflected from the roof of the mouth. from a Wabash avenue art house a "Mater
-a wdl-substantiated plea of insanity,to which its pathology. I digested Virchow, Pinel and Watch your chance and listen to it. Be care- Doloroso," which she hung upon her parlor In the long run, it will be found it is early,

r .r. his moody temperament, his strong affections Esquirol. Dr. Heinrich Schule's Handbuch ful, however, for, he is very sensitive about walls and exhibited as the "Mate of the thorough, and persistent discipline that tells.
der Gersteskrankheiten I devoured and VonZeimssen's
Doloroso know." News. Now and'then, genius,aided by extraordinary
.and biter antipathies lent an air of. probability you
i&I works were my daily pabulum. it"When favorable conditions blazes forth into
in the minds of those ;who knew him as Smith and Jones sat down together, some
With Bucknill and Tuke I entered the psy- The Volcanic Appearance of Tahiti. kind of temporary success and notoriety.
Ida Bach eyed the, [pother' with_ much attention.
chological depths, and Mandsley made my But the of such fame
Tahiti rises abruptly out of the Pacific possessors are almost
Sr I did not ask his confession that night. No! However, conversation soon became general,
I read in Pritchard that of
way one certain to settle back to their
Smith's attention ocean. Its surface is but a jagged mountain eventually
I remember, he it was who said he had something and wandered. Presently'he
: the first symptoms of this disease was an in- ,disturbed ridge with a lovely little valley and slopes. merited place of mediocrity. No man can
q to tell me, and as the night was pleasantwe was by a movement of
difference to social considerations, apathy and He found Jones The surface of the mountain country,is truly be said to be great when fame rests upon
could'walk out to the end of the wharf, neighbor. right at his ear. very
neglect of the personal and other duties, dislike volcanic in The hills dales and an accident or upon a single achievement It
where W? would be alone. We had finished a He recoiled violently; and1 Jones turned awayin appearance. ,
and suspicion of. friends. This was my but we1l built toiler of work
is the -
a1 slowly
dinner at BouJro's, one of these rata gastronomic : confusion. After some time Smith became ledges present perfect carpet of'matted
starting point. shrubbery in tropical life and dress.-Detroit and character, reared piece by Jridce during a
compositions the, cooks 6f those days interested again, and Jones thought he had
t'tt4 "I will not with scientific whole lifetime that forms the enduring monument -
A 4 t x ; now weary you a Free Press.A ,
:knew so well how to prepare, and I can even his opportunity. He approached the abnormal -
h description of my course. I knew insanitywas of real greatness.-President Carpenter,
:now sniff the flavor of those Bouquet de ear. But Smith observed him; he
a good defense in law and I set myself Chicago woman ordered the lining of her of Drake university.The .
rf .Aroma cigars. They seemed to be better thought he could-hear Jones' teeth snap, anda
: about it to become insane that I husband's coffin to match his whiskers.
than those of, to-day.; He had been even studiously; sudden fit of,;;rage possessed him. Rising
cheat the law. I wanted to leave Enterprise of the Press.
", 'f i'i'fit. boisterous in his mirth during the,repast, might no suddenly, he 'struck out from, the shoulder,
f roomfor doubt. I wanted hundreds of Among Miss: Gladstone's wedding presents "What's this article about the
any newspaper
remarkable for him and had
something hitting Jones under the jaw, and knockingthat
witnesses,who would be willing to come for- was a box of homeopathic:: medicines.The late John Smith inquired old Mr. Badger."Is .
t'rf talked so volubly that had I not known he had gentleman in a heap under the table.
: ; ward to when I commit the John "
he ?
testify might
partaken of but little wine, I might have "No man," said Smith, explanatorily, gazing latest things in guests' visiting cards
deed that and had been "Guess be is."
reason was
? 1 my gone
thought; his spirits were enlivened by the grrnly' at the ,speechless host, "no man can have rice sprinkled on them.
for some time. "Well, well! He allers was slower'n molasses
choice vintages. chaw ear. -San Francisco Argonemt.
ivcfi. Do not turn away from me like that. The my in January. He never was on time in
and down
.* Than( we walked out sat here-I RESCUE OF THE SHIP HISTORIAN.
demon it that led If I all his life and ,used to he wasn't to
jealousy was me on. they say
x ,i believe this is very spot. moon was BOILING-DOWN, PROCESS.A .
t r is'' + 'up then about where it is now, and by its did not regret it I would not now be talking his own weddin' till the day after the ceremony
light I noticed that a remarkable change had here to you-understand? Desideratum in Literary Work That la Extract from Private Letter from an and now after he's dead they call him
"I commenced cautiously changed hab- Officer on Board the Tennessee.We the 'late John Smith.' It beats all how those
k f come over his countenance. The genial! my Called for More and More. "
:smile had disappeared and his eyes had lost its of life; gave up my club, took apartment ,Condensation of thought and words, found her laden with cattle, hundredsof newspapers do learn so much about a person.

their merry twinkle. Whether it' was the in a hotel the better to be observed, became whether it be in, the composition of the which were dead or'dying with thirst. The -New York Graphic.

1. moonlight, or my imagination, I could never absent-minded, talked to myself. I soon saw, scholar, the letter of the business man, or the vessel had broken her main shaft and was ina Giving Man Gratuitous Advice.
ri. 'tell, but his face assumed a bloodless pallor that my friends observed the change and I work of the average ,writer, is something ,, frightful condition, having lain inert for a
4ta that was most unearthly, and his voice became chuckled. I left my office for days mysteri- more than the pruning ,of sentences or the five days: with provisions and water almost The English language is spoken by 100,000000 ,-

nos deep and husky. ously, and as mysteriously, without explanation elimination of words., More even than the out. The officers and crew were glad to accept people, and ,when a man is training a vine

lie looked inquiringly about to see that no I walked the streets alone late at night, boiling down process, which, while reducingthe our services, I can tell you, and made all in the front yard, or mending the front gate,
little of home work where
,one was near and sat on the edge of the and gradually became more violent in my mental pabulum to the smallest possible i haste to take our tow-line, which we got on or doing any piece
him it him
Mt wharf, his feet hanging over the water. Be- temper. I disturbed an audience at the thea- compass, preserves and even heightens its I board of her with great difficulty, there beinga the neighbors can see the who seems talk
fore commencing he played nervously with tre by loudly interrupting the actors, and was original richness-color, and strength. heavy swell andsea, running, and both ves- that every man on globe can a
1rb line of it is saying all he knows of it to him.-
liis watch charm. I could see in the moon- ejected. My friends begau to talk. I smiledat Now. taking the work of the average writeras sels rolling fearfully, but we finally suc-
+t,+rr+f.,fS ,light it was an amethyst heart. I also noticed them when alone. What stupid idiots! an illustration, it is perhaps a truism to ceeded, and headed for port. It is a grand Burdette, Brooklyn Eagle.

1 x r that he had untied his cravat and unbuttoned They recommended medical advice and that say that there are short stories and short sight indeed-a great man-of-war with her The New Process of Electric Smelting.It .

1 his collar in order to breath more gentle old Dr. Harvey visited me. Poor old stories. Of one kind it is safe to assert that sides bristling with guns, steaming and struggling is claimed that the new process of electrio

4 .to'e. 1 freely. It was an amber silk cravat and its man, he was a child in my hands. His questions almost any person of ordinary intellect can along ahead with her tow-lines astern, smelting within the next five or ten years is

..f.)g r/4 d .ends fluttered restlessly in the wind."I I answered evasively, and gave him write such. Of the other and desirable sort depending from which is the great iron destined to revolutionize the brass and bronze
this said he "because I sufficient evidence to set his poor head shak- steamer helpless and disabled, lifting her
am telling you not only the average but the skilled writer trade of the world, as the Bessemer converterhas
.can not live without telling it to ,somebody. ing ominously. He felt my pulse. He did knows how much more difficult of accom- huge iron bows like some great leviathan o? the iron and steel industries.ChicagoJournal

:"I know I can trust you, and it will relieve me not know I had accelerated its speed by violent plishment it is than the longer story, thoughthis the deep and burying her stern almost to the,

of a burden'that is killing me to confess 'all.I exercise a moment before his visit. Ho at the outset may seem paradoxical to rail, with the water gushing in streams from

know that no judicial action can be taken said my system was out of order, my brain the average reader. her hawse-pipes, which look like two great Those men wbo avoid healthful exercise in

r t- .': now, but it will boa satisfaction to know that needed rest But I tire you. For four monthsI But reader and;writer alike are beginningto eyes of some monster. the open air are now said to have a disease

i,, trfrw i-to one person at least I have told-.the whole pursued my systematic course, growing see that this desideratum in literary worksis She rolls and plunges terribly as we tow called cosmophobia.. '

truth, not saving myself in.the slightest de slowly and slowly more violent I overheard called for more and more, especially now her, and one moment the tow-lines, or. hawsers -

l ?|% gree. You understand that!I" a conversation between some old 'that the brightest 'and most progressive of are slack and in the water, while the next White Varieties of Animals.An .

; He knocked the ashes from his cigar and friends, in which it was suggested that it 'our'daily'and weekly'':journals 'are devoting they straighten out like bars of iron, and unusual number of white varieties of

v | -Jy they dropped into the lake. would soon become their duty to confine me considerable space to, the publication ot'' crack from the strain bearing, upon them. animals have,been noticed in Germany. A

"When I returned from France and began in some asylum. That satisfied me., I Had matter which '-;was once relegated'' to the We can easily see the ,decks of the steamer, white chamois was shot in the Totengebirge,

i the practice of medicine here, you know I was reached the proper point. Then I armed my- purely literary paper or' _magazine. Syndicates which are covered with cattle,many of whichare a white fish-otter was'' caught''near 'Luxem-

jsw very well off. My mother's place on, Bayou self and' waited. In the open street, at noon- are furnishing much matter to the gen- dying hourly' 'and being thrown over- burg, white partridges were shot near Bruns-

Lafourche which she left me had netted me a day, was the time. Madmen do not seek to eral press 'all over' the country,'and it is board to feed the sharks which follow the wick, and a white fox was killed in Hessen.-

handsome sum during my absence, and sugar conceal their deeds, so I took the open, bold noticable that' their printed instructions to ship in swarms. One of them swam up to Arkansaw Traveler.

then brought good prices. ,,1, was never ex- course:! Understand" contributors make the greatest limit of words the whaleboat: to-day while carrying out the Covered literature.

travagant, as you know and never indulgedin His eyes were flashing; now, and his fingers '3,600, the least number being 1,500 in these hawser and actually bit at the oar blades, Ruined by Yellow-
strong drink. None of our family ever did. worked convulsively. "I met him at the short stories. and when the officer in charge struck at it Capt. Jack Crawford, the famous western

; t But that has nothing to do with what'I want postoffice. With a loud 'laugh I pointed toward Said an editorial recently:" "It requires far with a boat hook the monster snapped at the scout, says: "If I had my way I would imprison of-
w t 16 rd .td To tell the' 'truth the' ,I him call him brother fear- for life all writers and publishers
nearer from
say. you } (my more ingenuity, if not genius, to create this iron prod viciously. They are utterly
;approach the 'subject the more timid I be- Hindostan. The crowd looked surprised, and type of fiction--:'to give a page of,human life less, and when they once have the taste of the yellow-backed lies that ruin many young"
Please keep me from wandering laughed. I told them he was wild animal men and bring them west to fight Indians.
tcome.i away ; complete in itself with graphic rounded and blood are rapacious to the last degree.
from it.,, Hold me down to, it. Understand to keep, away. He looked astonished, dum- vital personalities-than to produce an equal The manner of ,throwing overboard the -Inter-Ocean.

Milto Light another cigar! founded. ,I expressed great' fear of him, and quality of work in the elaborate novel. Or, dead cattle was peculiar and interesting and I Decimated by Liquor and leprosy.Dr. .
"Well;I began practice and devoted all my ,thenHe ." in other words, by reducing condensation to watched it for hours. ,The, dead cow is suspended G. L, Fitch,who has been for five years
# .,.time to my studies. By'some peculiar affinity had risen, and was gazing out into the derrick worked
r not only a fuie ark, but a science, to ,embody by the neck to a large In charge of Kakaako leper hospitals in Hon
I became enamored of the symptology of moonlight The water washed and plashed, in the briefest space a simple motive with by a steam winch arid hoisting engine and olulu thinks that in fifteen there will be
neryous diseases. I,drifted that way natur- trickled and dripped on the timbers below. dramatic treatment brevity ,though not'pau- run up in this manner until high enough natives left to years make'curiosities.

8! ally, and I gave to the nerves and brain every The guitar was still tinkling inshore., "ThenI city of description,'and, while carefully and above ,the deck to clear the rail, then the only enough and are killing them oiL

r spare moment. I had no thought then what ,I fired-I fired! Understand naturally preserving the unities, 'hold the crane is swung over quickly until the 'animal Liquor leprosy

this would lead me 'to.. Understand? MyI "My God, in all my months of rehearsal,, reader's strict attention to the intensified but overhangs the side of. the ship,,when it is Affected by Magnetic Currents.It .

friendships were few-perhaps too few. A all my course of cruel study, I had not once not overdrawn climax.Frank IL Converse dropped into the sea and quickly: torn to has been ,de demonstrated:. by Mr. J. VT.

i man with a limited acquaintance is apt to be- ,thought of it. When I saw his body on the in Boston Globe. v, pieces by the sharks. A great many have already Slater that caterpillars are affected( by mag

some introspective and given to analyzing sidewalk it;"came to me like a stroke of light- been thrown overboard and many more netic currents, which hinder their develop

his own sentiments' and impressions, too ning. All this did not give her to me! This Story Told,by a Prominent Sculptor are dying. We expect, to get in with our ment and even'kill them.A .

much." had never entered my brain. He was gone, A prominent sculptor the other day, while "prize" about 4 o'clock in the morniug, and
t.s ."rt He turned his big black eyes in the direction I and so was my love. She would never look putting the finishing touches to a fine portrait- right glad will we be, too, as this is tho most New Orleans paper calls lynch-law hangings ;
of a passing sail and was silent for me again. brain reeled and I "informal executions." That's drawing
upon .My bust that he had been working for some time, disagreeable duty I have ever had to perform.
s s tr S nearly a minute. I could see from, the motion awoke in the old jail, and they were holdingthe told me the following little story of Grant and Army and Navy JournalThe the impromptu noose as mildly as words
t of the muscles of his neck that he was inquest the yard below. could.
McClellan. He wore a long, loosely buttoned
Mi' endeavoring to swallow. To use an old expression -I "The trial you know of. Everybody'said I linen duster, and pushed back on his had'was Principle' of New ioaper Advertising. The Panama canal has 102,000 sholdere,

,"his heart had come up. in his i ithroat. was insane-the doctors, the papers, every a red fez'with a black tassel attavheti by a One of the most important factors in busi- -* whom 16,000 are women.

1i ; ." I body. I was acquitted ,and, my: friends es- cord to the middle of the crown. As the I ness expenSd is advertising, and: gradually





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Up His Mind to Rely on Himself !
Audience-Disastrous.Results at a PLysician's -
_A Detachment In the. Rear, of the *""4?**' SiBis
Mistake-Terrible Minutes of Fear ?T
-Cheered .by: the. Whistle of a u
Enemy ., and.Suspense-Too,I '
LocoU1otlve-"Vlc.t .
I ,M. Legouve, in his volume "Souvenirs of I

On the 28th day of June, .18 2, :while in I Sixty,Years,",just published, gives, among =- -
command of the Second Michigan and Second I many charming remembrances of Malibran, 4 4r 4t u: m -

Iowa regiments of cavalry, by direction of I a dramatic account'of her death;the 'recital 3

(;ton. UT. S. Rosecrans,commanding Army of which will not be out of point here., 'It

Df the Mississippi, I took up a; position at the was at Manchester, in England, fifty years I ,
little village of BoonevI.lle. in the state ofjlj.5siv.ippi ago. Malibran was at the summit, of fame

on the Mobile & Ohio railroad. when she came thither, accompanied by her
roe Army of the Mississippi lay about twenty. husband, Beriot, the wonderful violinist, to cos .
miles J in my rear, and that of the enemy in attend a musical festival. She was'suffering :
snd about Tupelo and Guntown, some fifteen severely from the effects of a fall from a Fs .:1_

miles in lav front.Immediately Y spirited horse .which I she. had persistedinspite 6
on taking this position I didwhat of many warnings in mounting) ; but
I never failed to do during the whole she made her appearance at the concert ,and :Of the Late: .' and 'MdM: Appnjveil' 1 Patterns.,
course of the war; make a map, or rather'an sang like an angeL .As she stepped from the .
information snap;of the surrounding country. stage into the wings she fell in a swoon. Out- COOKING LTEIS1US' (OP"All KINDS) ,. "

My mind ran to the"accumulation of knowledge side the audience was recalling her 'with that .
of this kind. frenzy which Anglo-Saxon audiences put into LIFT AND* FORCE PUMPS j
On; July 1 the regiments before named, an encore when they.wish to make a singer .* \41' 7." > ]

which I commanded, had an effective'strength sing more than she has been paid for. The 'YnOUGHT-IRh c PIPES. S:':' dOflrNPuB.CO.Nr7 aci'ta,..+ -'y..wir.r' '
of 62T men. Very early on the morning of swoon continued,'and the announcement was ._ 1J: j

that day,July 1,the enemy advanced againstme about'to be made that Madame Malibran DRIVEN WELLS' A SPECIALTY

the main column of his force being in would not be able to appear again that even- ._ "
what was known as the Blackland road. My AND IRON ROOFS PUT OX. A. .B.NOYES:
stron"'p t'ket force was under command of Ing.The manager of the concerts was about {' ':. fur Tin Gutter \'ironij'tly lilU-d. ,

Lieut Scranton< of the. Second Michigan going upon the stage to face the impatient Wind Mills for pumpingraUr) .running -DEALER IN-

cavalry, who was driven back, making a audience, when Malibran opened her peerlesseyes light machinery promptly erected on order.
sti ong resistance, nearly to Booneville; in arose, checked the manager and-stag- Church. Factory and echool Bells for tale

fact, almost to the edge of the little town.I gering forward until she was in viewseemedthen at JJ21'a bargain.Stoves at Wholesale I'rici-s. FAMILY GROCERIES HEAVY SUPPLIES } .

did not know whether reinforcements all at once seized by an inspiration, and All goods delivered at the) various transportation ,
would>e sent or not, so I thought I would do sang her encore more divinely than she had ( stations within the city free of ,
the best I could with what I had in hand. I ever been heard to sing before. She retired charge. All sales for cash. t F

was heavily pressed by the enemy and I did under tempestuous applause, but sank down CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Hay; and Grain, Ship Stores, j
not know his strength, ,but made up my.mind again in a dealthly faint as she reached the
to rely upon myself; and, as I had an accu- friendly shelter of the wings. She was carried Fernandina, Fla.July 12, 1884. !

rate knowledge of the country, selected one to the green-room, and a physician was J
company of the Second Michigan and one sent for. FOR SALE FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS AND CROCKERY

company of the Second Iowa to perform the THE PHTfilClAN'S FATAL MISTAKE. -,:TUB-, ,
duty of a forlorn hope, and put Maj. RussellA. At the same moment, and without havingany

Alger, of the Second Michigan, in com- suspicion that his wife was in danger, Domingo, Acosta Grant HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE ETC.
mand, with instractions to take a wood road Beriot, who came next on the programme, ,
around the left of the enemy's advancing stepped upon the stage from the opposite -CONTAINING-

forces that would lead him around to a pointon wing with his beloved violin, and began one :
the Richmond road, on which the enemywas of the astonishing airs with variations for 1 1N
principally advancing and at a point in which he was famous. Meantime Lablache, FACING THE ST. JOHN'S: RIVER AND

his rear. who had seen Malibran's, condition, had got DUNN'S
E. corner Centre: and Second Sts Fernandina Fla.
THE INSTRUCTIONS TO MAJ. ALGER. the physician to her side, and was stupefied to
I told Maj. Alger that when he reached the hear him say that she must be bled. He had The property adjoins he, town of SAN
Blackland road he should turn up it, in rear always been told that she must never be bled SIATEO, and oiler one of the best landings t

of the enemy, and not deploy his cavalry but in one of the fainting fits following upon her on the St. John'.s Rivt-r. It has.'a frontage ,

charge right through whatever he met on the exalted words, for the bleeding would be Titles of two direct miles from on the Dune's Spanish Creek.Governmentto .

road,and report to me at Booneville. This fatal. .
would bring him through the line of battleof "It must not be done!I" he cried to the doc the original owners.T. A. ApOSTA v Adm'r. ; :\. ,; :.: :;, : ;J. c ...'i. ,".. :.'. ,',,". ..' "

the enemy. If he could not charge throughhe tor. "She must be bled," persisted the physi- II. II. Ltav ;, .
should go as far as he could and then re- cian, "or she may die of suffocation in an in- '
treat by the same road be went out on. I stant! "No, no, no!" pleaded Lablache; "do
gave him to conduct him on this mission, my not dare to do it until I have brought her
guide and scout a thin man with light com husband here-but he is at this instant on the I

plexion, long, light hair, and a native of stage. In her husband's name 1 speak. Wait! FOAMALL

the neighborhood of Booneville. His name I will go and fetch him!" Lablache rushed ., .. .
was lost by the burning of my records in.the madly to the wings. Beriot was now in the .;,,: .:.- ", .: : : ; '" : : T ; .,
Chicago fire. It; was from this man I got tho midst of his great aria, and was calmly per- -, \- ,

principal knowledge of my information map forming his artistic task. At each fresh I. FIRSTCLASSStoreiepMOitejitforSale .
that marked this trail or wood road, on which wonder the audience shouted with delight. "'

this forlorn hope was to be sent. I then told Lablache, with' death in his heart,whispered, o oI H. E. I3OTTEHEK 1
Maj. Alger I would take the balance of my beckoned frantically, even shouted to Beriot; i j
command and join those now fighting the but the unhappy husband, absorbed in his
enemy in front, and then when he struck the art, heard nothing save the acclamations of INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

rebel line of battle, in the rear, to have his his auditors. Lablache was almost beside I
men cheer as loudly as they could; that I himself with fear and suspense, when at last j l lL
would probably hear the cheering and would Beriot was liberated and left the stage. "Your -+ }

charge at the same time from the front; thatI wife has fainted-is perhaps dying.. They {L FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }
would give him one hour to go Around and wish to bleed her!" :
come through the enemy's line and reach me Beriot and Lablache flew together to the -t-
11* *
at Booneville, and if I did not hear the cheer- greenroom. It was too late. From the e. f

ing of his men I would charge tho enemy at naked arm of Malibran the blood was flowing.The .
the end of one hour from the time he started.He physician, despite the warning of those EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

went off, and I moved from where I who knew Malibran's temperament' better TO PARENTS.Many .

was, near my headquarters tent (I had not than he did, had insisted upon opening a vein; FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY
discouraged the men by taking down my and thirty-six hours afteward Malibran wan health baking, and while'every powders are one very regards perniciousto his .
headquarters), out on the line of battle just dead. Lablache used to say that among the own,he should also have a care for the tender
west of the railroad track, in the village of most terrible minutes of his life were those ones-the little children. SUCH. GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED[ AS

Booneville. The fighting was sharp alongthe I that he passed while waiting in the wings for
line, and the firing of the enemy seemedto I Beriot to finish his variations.-Exchange.: SEA FOAM
show so much numerical strength, I bad I contains none of the bad ''qUalities of baking QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
the greatest anxiety to hear from Maj. Alger. Metallic :Matter Found In Plants. powders-soda or saleratus. It contains ,no .
The hour, the time set to hear from him, was Late investigations'indicate that the chloro-' liurtiul ingredient-no alum or anunonia.'SCmNTIFlC. ATTENTION GIVEN 'TO SELECTIONS OF
up, but there was no, cheering, so I ordered phyll, or green coloring substance of the .
+ +
the charge on the enemy, which was my partof leaves, is most liable,to pick up metallic mat- ..w4. -
the arrangement; and just at that momenta ter absorbed by the roots of, plants. When All Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam i FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I _' l lS
locomotive and two platform cars, loaded vines have been manured with sulphate of commend it. Housekeepers who have used it r
with bales of hay for the horses of my com- copper, most of the metal is deposited in theleaves \vill have! have failed no with other.other Cooks powders, whose,. are best jubilant efforts +- .-*ttf J I* -++-

mand down the track from the merely a trace appearing in the juiceof
came main ,
: ovcrSeaFoam, Saves-wjae saves laborsaves '
body in the rear, right into Booneville and the grapes. Tea-leaves contain much iron vi criMi.
just behind the line of battle. doubtless due to the ochreous soil on which I -It is positively unequaled. Absolutely pure.d .
by the hotels and restaurants
THE WHISTLE OF THE LOCOMOTIVE.As they best grow.-Arkansaw:Traveler. i i i ll"''v York city leading and throughout the country. NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. .
the troops knew I had sent back for reinforcements 1'cr sale by first-class grocers. t
Soups for the Use of Invalids.A .
to help us, I thought if the en-
gineer were made to blow his whistle it would writer in The Therapeutic Gazette re GANTZ,JONES & CO., Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDIXA, FLAP
commends made of lentil flour mixed
give them encouragement, so I galloped to
with of malt for 170 Duane St.., .N. T.
him and ordered it to be sounded loudly and one-eighth part ground ,
continuously. The men heard it and be- use of invalids., In warming, the diastase of
lieved the the malt converts the flour ,into soluble and BIG OFFER introduce them .
reinforcements had arrived, and I We will GIVE AWAY :, .. ., : ..
have season to the easily-digested substances. The sOup may be A :: r':;. "c' >t'0(' :,<.. ,.
suppose enemy thought so 1,050 Self-Operating Washing Machines It
too. I never heard such wild cheering as flavored with beef tea. The writer says that want one, send us your '
and National
lentil flour contains salts, The Co.,
occurred The more inorganic and express at on e.' .
on our part. broke and .
'21 Street New York!
Dey ,
ran twice as much nitrogenous material as wheat _' ,
not onlv on the roads but all over the -
country. He was defeated. WANTEDVTo: : work for us at their
Now 87 to 91O per week can be 3
to go back to Maj. Alger. He was
T- .lL RYDER ; no canvassing; fascinating
Doable to come through to me as the enemy Particulars and sample .
was too strong, nor did he get near' enough -PRACTICAL- sent for stamp. 'Address HOME ,' i
for MAN'FG CO., P.O. Box 1916, Boston,'Mass.Yi .
me to hear his
cheering but
'singular as BLACKSMITH AND
it it WHEELRIGHT E WANT SALESMEN everywhere, local I
may seem, was at the same time that Ijnade
the and traveling, to sell our goods. Will pay
charge in front, and probably was CoRNER BECOME AND SECOND STS. 'good salary and all expenses. Write for
instrumental in the defeat of the enemy by terms at once, and 'state salary wanted. 1
my small force. The enemy as I heard aft- AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY STANDARD SILVER-WARE COMPANY,
erwards by prisoners, thought he Was charged .I and all work entrusted to my care Boston
by a large front and a large force in promptly. Ship and Saw-Mill Work care Mass.SON'S
rear. At all events he broke and ran. fully done at reasonable rates. Wood '

Maj. Alger, finding he could not get Work in all of its branches, at living prices Celebrated Fashion Catalcme The for the South
through, turned back the way he had gone, and at short notice.HorseShoeing. SENT( CDFP&rnCCmer.iSsflk* Spring ready and March Sum- Cabbage I 1

but only about one-half, or a little less than a loth to any address.,Illustrates and lists ,
one-half every thing for Ladies'.Gents', Chlldrens'
returned, and many of these brave and Infants wear and Housekeeping Either, for home use or for shipment to NOBTHZKJT; MJLBKZTS,
fellows came back on the horses of their comrades Furniturerepaired, repainted, stainedor IL Goods at prices lower than those of any -litHENDERSON'S i
varnished., Wire Safes made to order,at house in the United States. Complete
riding double of them wounded.
many MUisfaction ,
short notice.A guaranteed or money re
I remember very well that nearly all had lost funded. II. 0% F, KOCH A: !SON. SUMMER.
their hats. share of the public patronage solicited. 6th A'Ye. & 20th I;&., N. '\. Ciu'vv EARLY
Maj. Alger did not come back and Respectfully, ,
for a short time I he had been killed -
and his J. A. RYDER. :NT -r'EJ c This valuable variety as well as a foil list of the most desirableVEGETABLE
: command thought so, too, but, while _
to pursuit of the enemy, I had the pleasureand TO BUY FOR CASH,
satisfaction of meeting him. ,He was dismounted ,
by the limits of a tree and run over White 1 Egret and Heron Skins ,
by the without noticed their CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER I wm be found described in our Manual of"Evturmusa; :roB Tits GABDET,"which will be sent to any I
enemy, in
being address on receipt of stamps[Cc.]to cover postage.
retreat from my charge in front. In Large Quantities Address
.Alachua Street, between Second
President Lincoln thought so well of this and Thir.l I-SWISOIZIT: : : & CO. SEEDSBE5 GKOWEES,
affair that he made me a brigadier-general of 35 & 37 Cortlandt St.,
FLA. 227 Pearl Street, New York. iter
volunteers, to date from the day of the battle, .:. --__. I KET7 YORK '
July I, ISGi-Compiled from Letter of Lieut. i Qrilers and estimates from a < i&tanccc ,l'it< Oil FINE,.PRINTING. SEND YOUllrs I

G-- Philip H. Sheridan in Detroit Free fully attended to. .,. :?.tJ-t I F(lnh. t-I the MIKROE office.)! o,<. '. t.":' ..

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LOUWAMIRRORP and weekly ships to foreign coun
} ;, GRESS. We have, after due deliberation, THK 29TH DAY OF, .MARCH A
tries. It means the concentration of ON:!. 18 16. I will offer for sale, to the high
The frultlesslirid,unprofitable dis- the conclusion that it i is time -
+i r GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, .EDITOR._ the lumber interests of all the eastern ; est bidder at my office in Fernandina f- .
.-r < <* r>> > > _. cussion of/trie IEdm resolutions for >the newspapers, as. well as all the benefit of all concerned all the rupertr

;t+t e ,. Subscription, ,..83 per year. months; .. 81.y., portion' of the State- .Fernan, being over the Senate will probablyaddfeS others, ,to stop 'poKing"at and specified and conveyed dated; to me in trust, b Y
-; deed of.conveyance the 11th day
dina and the resumption of a large guying the distinguished gentleman' of
April, A. D. 1834, executed by the Florida
floor business.: Senator
Office Centre and First streets,second -itself'
whose heads this article.
,. trade in square timber. It means a' name Town Improvement Company and recorded
y4n';t Jones,maywith llQ e truth-, say that, Wears= now, and always have been, a in office of the Clerk of,the Circuit. Court
OF ADVERTISING. utilization in the most economical
'flan : Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
'frien'd "of" Senator' Jones. We
Ten cents. aline. .for the first.;and'flvet cents for of natural advantages his constituents. )naye lost nothing by I for Nassau County, in record book, "ly"
331 .each subsequent. insertion. manner-' our ; h.llf absen.ce uri 1g-this 'Ion g-debate: 'knew him i in by-gone; days ; in days i pages 95 and 96.the said property having t
Special" total notices- ,15 cents' line.- the lessening of, freight charges on when it was dangerous for :an aspirantto. been taken into possession by me. and now
'i1 notices,25 cents a line. -upon .an, abstraction.... The time, offered for sale in pursuance of the provis
r w ,, Reading our fruit and vegetable shipments, be a Democrat; in days when the
,said deed Terms cash
ions of ,,
Special rate for time advertisements upon application however has come when matters or.payable
Democratic leaders in the South
the manufacture and shipment of were in bonds of the company as directed in the
j. t at the office.Communications most important Jto Florida wilLhave one,after another placed in jeopardyon trust deed. SAM'L.A. SWANS,
choice in manufacturedand
woods a \
-y, "-a"i + upon all matters of local interest come'up*, and when his clear headed .account i: of.. their'political opinionsand Fernandina, Fla., ,February 26th Trustee,1886. .
y and from more profitable form, and the
solicited from all parts of the county force of character by the satraps
and forcible will be need-
advocacy Above sale postponed until
hit Along the lines of Florida railways, establishment of.varied industries to representing the opposite side' of the 5th, 1886. 3londaf.April *
ed. Whatever be the ,
All communications intended for publication give employment to the mechanical .'temporarycause political questions then on the topis SAM'L. A. SWANS,
should be addressed to the Editor; all business! which 'rliaS induced him to remain Trustee
ty 1 letters simply to THE FLORIDA. MIRROR. and laboring classes. We do not ask .. ,, He was firm then ; he never flinchedin

increase of away from his seat inthe; Sen- these trying times,-and was con- An Ordinance -

aiMt1 ," F SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1886. any our appropriationabove ate we hope that we learn sidered the brainiest man in the State ;
n + the fair share allotted us. We : may soon' Granting the Right of Way through Certain
he made leader and under his
iti. was a the Florida
of his being hisiisutilPlace:; in the Streets to Railway&
!TO THE, VOTERS OF FERNANDINA. presume that it. will in no.event be hostilities claim t leadership the Democratic? party: in Navigation Company.
Senate. The Indian
We appeal to the public spirit, made less. We are glad that a liberal Florida marched into power. H.R.DUVAL,Receiver
of the S.tate.which ,seems likely to WHEREAS. ,as
We were honored at the time that
has been made and his
{' and the self-interest appropriation successorsfor
good sense I pass the.-'Housey 'will have a fair he was 'first elected to the United the benefit of the Florida Railway&Navi-

r'r' c"..:,, of the citizens -Fernandina to give for the St.John's and the other rivers I chance;"''of'-becohiing 'a law at this States Senate by having the privilegeof gation Company and its component railway
has 'the
vhf 4 i a hearty support to the Citizens' and harbors in Florida. :, session if it.V can be 'p properly presented casting a vote for him, being a Rep cil companies of Fernandina petitioned for a right; of way City throughand Coun

'N-: I Ticket which has been put forth. resentative from this county at the along Front street to a point on Nassau
3 THE LABOR STRIKES.' to the .Senate"-by the Senators time, and we remember. the hard street, for the accommodation of the ownersof
Because it is a fair and just nonpartisan such warehouses be built
as different
The unsettled condition of the from Florida. ... : Senatdr- Jones has a struggle that was made by the Demo- parties on water may lots,and also for by the

*1 : ticket, embracing good men labor question in this country is a thorough. knowledge "of 'the claims, crats to elect a Democrat: Day after accommodation of the 'several owners of

of both political parties, who will day we cast our ballots without result. warehouses between Front.. and Second
matter of serious consideration. At and has hitherto given,it careful and streets; andWHEREAS
work together for the public good. special attention and brought for- Distinguished candidates were put up This petition is urged and recommended -
the edict of have ,
'_ Because the interests of our city a single man we by our caucuses, but no election. At to the favorable action of the
furtherance 'seen the great arteries of interior, ward and successfully initiated the last Jones was nominated. There City Council by the Board of Trade and citizens -
should be superior to the in general,and Council being impressedwith
preparatory measures for laying the five of
thousands of were Independents-Hicks,
commerce ,
ends. the importance of fostering the development
.,I ()f private or political men quitting employment and losing foundation for its payment, and. we Dade ; Sutton, of.Taylor..; Hill, of of the proposed enterpriseIt -
Because we ought to take the LaFayette,(the other names not remembered is hereby Ordained by the City Councilof
shall be disappointed d if
their communities and indi- greatly
the of Fernandina That the
wages, City right
of municipal government )-that held the balance of
I *i$& question viduals of all classes inconvenienced not in his place to bring to a final of way for two. or more tracks of standard
A thrill went over the hall
> \ .out of politics and keep it out. power. gauge, steam railroad, is hereby granted to
:*? 'ir'r.ifrife&jy of this ticket .and injured. This experiment'of and successful result a matter so important when Hicks arose in his place and in H. R. Duval, Receiver, as Trustee, for himself
election .
Because the
and his successors, for the benefit of the
in io his State. an eloquent speech voted for Jones.
the assertion of must
full and power Florida Railway & Navigation Companyand
will give expression representation -
; the overthrow of all settled relationsof Then followed Hill and Sutton. We its components,the Florida Central &
to all our citizens of both ELECTION OF A BISHOP. also remember the great rejoicing that Western Railroad, the Florida Transit &

t-t :races.: property',and labor or must show I The Special.Council of.theProtest- followed his election. ..The speech} ,of Peninsular, Tropical Florida, Leesburg and
: ; Indian River and Fernandina and Jackson
;,iw '. Because it. will have a beneficial .the .absolute: folly of such proceed- : ant Episcopal'hurch, held ''In Tallahassee ex-Governor-"Walker '(now judge) appears ville Railroads.: through and along Front

$ *;: k :result in inaugurating- valuable public ings and lead to other and more; sen- during the past week, made .. vividly to our mind, when we street to a point on Nassau street,and under
conditions hereinafter named.
_4.Y i la1 ", improvements :which will give sible methods of dealing with such choice of a Bishop to succeed, the think of the:tragic, eloquent way that I SECTION Right of way is granted from
he Florida bended knees
Y Public opinion will demand pictured :on the intersection of Centre and Front streets,
)* '*_ i.,.1J, :Deputation and commercial advantages questions. late Bishop Young. We understand thanking God that: 'the fair State had northward, through Front street to the intersection

S H | % to our city. that every man shall have the 'that the Revs ,E. G. Weed. of Augusta lifted herself from the disgrace and of Front and Escambia streetsfor

iA' j vW i Because the election of this ticket option of laboring if he chooses received t the ,unanimous vote I thraldom of carpet-bag representation a double be located track in railway the centre one of of the which street tracksto and

v 41'14 Sfei I without hindrance ; that employeesshall both"orders t in the United States Senate. We remember the other on the.west side of same.
for the of ; clerical and lay. The
-will unite '
4: r/|| our people com- with pride the record Senator SEC. 2. Right of way is further granted fora
f ilfjai have the option of working or election in this above described
of continuation of
a"jy :mOll good. rule of a Bishop Jones made in the Senate, not only for railway
from the intersection of Front and Escambia
,l r ? If you desire to see the city grow, not working as they may individually diocese requires that the clergy shall himself, but for the State, and now we streets for two or more tracks of railways

y, a. property advance in value, employment choose ; that in like manner the meet separately and, nominate by a would lift a mantle of charity and along Front street to Sixth (Cth) street

q ;; =h. become abundant and profitable employer shall have the right to twothirqs.vo "some.suitable clergyman cover one of the men, once a daring, street thence to through Nassau street.andalong through Sixth
:'' 'r will the Citizens' choose whom he will employ ; that to' the,office. This nomination respected and !successful leader who is SEC. 3. Said Company to construct and
,, you
maintain suitable street and drains
from mental aberration crossings
now suffering
the rights of property and its I ,
use is-then-subrtiitted
.ticket : tothe: lay-m m.'i 'as we firmly believe, and ask' our wherever they may be deemed necessary Ay
shall be held sacred. A free and in- I .City Council;.the filling inorexcarating,or
fb If you desire to see drunkenness, bers, who meet' separately, and cast Democratic brethren to join with us the removal of obstructions to be entirely at

.profanity and foul language banished telligent people will never surrender their ballots," yes or. no, 'upon the in this act, and treat a serious matterin the'expense of'the party receiving right of
way. excepting when City Council may join
:: from our streets you will support the' these 'rights at the dictation of any nomination mkde.. If,two-thirds- vote a serious.way. Stop"guying and said Receiver in the improvement or open
.ticket organizations of labor or of capital.It affirmatively the' nomination-is1 rati- poking fun at one who deserves the ing of any of the streets through which
and and right of is granted.SEC. .
sympathy encouragement, way
t r If you desire to see the laws enforced i follows, then, that labor and capital fied. The Bishop-elect is then noti- help, of the people he _has so nobly 4. In granting this rijhtof: way it is
said H. R.
hereby specially stipulated that
? the carrying of secret weapons when they come into collisionor fied; if he accepts, notice of the election served.Live Oak Bulletin.Absolutely Duval, Receiver, as Trustee for himself and

and disagree, must refer the matters of is 'tHe' and standing his successors 'in interest, shall submit to
sent to
,;,..,. prohibited, quiet good Bishop; such rules and regulations on the part of
;:: ; 'order prevail, :you will support the difference to arbitration. The ques- committee of every diocese, andif the City, as from time to time may be essen-

ticket. tion of wages is the main questionat the committees tial and practicable for the maintainmentof
majority, standing unobstructed traffic; for the protection of

1. If you desire to see crime diminished issue, always, and ought to be a and: Bishops consent the life, health ; against fire, or for the main-

K and offences against decency, question easily settled by competent election IS therV'.fully\:: confirmed, and f tainment SEC. 5. It of is good furthermore order. stipulated that in

P. .and good order prevented, you will arbitrators.We the Presiding Bishop directs when granting the right of way to the pafty named
LwC16yT from Centre to Calhoun'street, such privij
support a ticket which is in the interest have the spectacle on the and where the .consecration, shall ROYAL RowolA ., lege shall not conflict with right of Way
}' other side of the Atlantic of mobs hItrrnY t4 granted by the City: of Fernandina to tin
1' : of good government. take place. It will thus be seen that Fernandina & Amelia Beach Railway Coin-*

If you wish to see your taxes applied breaking up and destroying the very every precaution is taken to ensure pany. (Passed and approved May.20,1835.)
: SEC. 6. For the protection of eXIsfmgvalu-
w' to do the most good to the city, manufactories and industries on the election of acceptable and proper g; able mills located partly upon the street

t which a large population depend for upon which the right of way is given said
will this office.
: support a good government. to high
'you persons
H. R. Duval, Receiver etc., before requiring:
Jt living, and reducing to destitution We learn that.the Rev. Mr. Weedis t'I removal of same, shall give the owners
''t ? THE RIVER AND HARBOR APPRO- thousands who have no other means of nativeof thereof reasonable time to complete existingcontract.3
PRIATION. about forty'years age, a for lumber they may now have

a The amounts reported to have been of support. The mob spirit is easily the city of Savannah, and a devoted the extent of such limit not to exceed four
months from date of passage: of this Ordi-
and bad
assigned to the different works of engendered, men incite the clergyman, both as priest and nance.

r public improvement in the river and' rule of pillage and destruction. It missionary. Socially attractive in SEC. 7. It is also stipulated that H. I:.
Duval, Receiver, etc., shall avail himself of
harbor bill in Florida should be satisfactory has been found that the criminal manner and, bearing, a man of great AKI0POWDER the privilege of right of way hereby granted,
class take in within a reasonable time,and 'a failureto
always a leading part upon
t t ; k to us. They will amount energy and possessing a high de- construct or operate ,the roads contemplated

.P tl tYi to something less -than a pro rata such demonstrations, while the suffering greethe: '" ualification for a Bishop. to be built, within twelve months
r .tfi and the losers. after removal' of mills, such right: of way
? hare of the whole bill, but still are poor are his acceptance and early confirmation may be withdrawn. the part of the City.

k C .i 4 :In advance of the allotments in the We cannot afford to repeat in this ,.and subsequent consecration_ i iearnes is. First reading March 3d.
I., Second rcading/March 3d.
last river and harbor bilL From the country the scene of strife going on y' oped for by the.membersof Third reading March 3d,and'passed

.satisfactory results obtained from the in Belgium. The mob spirit must the Episcpjal ( Church: The A PU" President G. F.-AVERY of Council.,

i1 work already done, as reported by be absolutely put down and the 'unity of action 1 ,t on*. the:Part pf the : Attest. :' GEO. E. WOLFF.

labor questions be adjusted by able POWDER NEVER VARIES. A City Clerk.
Gen.. Gillmore Council evinced in his election THIS
we may of purity, strength and whole- Approved. : W. H. POPE.
t ;r that the sum of $150,000 expended intelligent and just men. The un- speaks well for the Christian spirit somenesif. More economical than the ordinary Mayor.
skilful ''mechanic has no right to kind and cannot be sold in competition -
n dn extending the jetties at the en- and,right'feeling'f the raembersrofthe with the multitude of low-test, short- TOURIST HOUSE

; ;trance of, our 'harbor, will have very claim the same wages as the skilful Council. .f-a !weight alum or phosphate powders. ,

artisan. The intemperate or trifling %,&*Sold only in cans. FERNANDINA FLA.NEWLY .
decided and beneficial results in 'ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., ;
I -deepening the channel over the bar have no right to an'equal share with have recently passed er'" the 48 106 Wall Street, New York.

the temperate and industrious. Just I16rNOWOPEN-t
and diminishing the of
area area
F. R. & N. Railroad, between Jack-

.shoal, water between the outer and remuneration, due to every man- sonville and Tallahassee, 'and can o QUEERGr! QUEER! a

{ inner. '18-foot curves.. There is little accordingto, his skill and industry. that' know 'of FURNISHED AND PAINTED
e truthfully we no
r a say
'f' .doubt but tha't' The. interests of every community First-class accommodations.
,. ; any improvement more,comfortable and rapid traveling : THE DREARY PATHWAY .
will be and hem, harmonious .relations between ALONG clouded life of there is
permanent, when anywhere in the South than this'road : ours no TERMS $2.00 PER DAY.
labor and capital the employee arid joy so pure no trinmph so complete, no
Gen. Gillmore's plans are fully carried now offers. The schedule .for.. 165 success so fraught with rapture, as the multitudes S? Special arrangements by'the week or
+ out Florida will have a deep-sea employer, of people have to admire at the month. ,
: '
miles is- low:;r duc d to, six.hours,' -'.* 'v. G. ELLEN WOOD.

.harbor which will be at once utilized AMONG the members of the United including all stops, and the trains 10 and 25Cents, Store, 10 Proprietor.

t,' .by steamships of larger' draught, and States Senate Ingalls talks loudest, run on schedule time. The locomotives in its various lines of bargains-such JAMES :fIe ;FFIN,

we shall be relieved i of dependenceon as Glassware, Notion, Novelties Hardware,
tl Edmunds most, :Mahone least, while and" coaches, are new,' and in-

the ports of our neighboring States Evarts sits and muses quietly. 'Hoar good order, and when the balance of House-furnishing: Stationery,Goods and hundreds Hosiery, Handkeivchiefs. of useful CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEK

-of Georgia and South Carolina. A, looks most like a grandmother, and that system is placed in equally articles.Old Post-Office Nothing sold building above, Second 25 cents.street, Alachua Street, between Second and Thirrl

deep-sea harbor at Fernandina means. Gorman receives most callers, and is good order, the F. R. & N. will take near Centre. FERNANDINA, FLA.

t ;tri-weekly if not daily lines of steamships SMITH & CARROLL.N. .
a favorite of the pages, as.. he was the lead in affording .accommodations .-
t to the Northern B-Also Agents for all kinds of ShowCase Orders and estimates front a distance/
ports once,a page himself. to the traveling public. at factory prices. 16 fully attended to. ->>-"

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-- FLORIDA:;r MIIf, ItOIt:tAP; $IL 3; 1886.

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Notice .. I
-' : =, t1' : .r :T 1886 !
Notice is hereby given that the following \ -SPRING AND SUMMER 1886 !
names have been stricken from the Regis- _- I
tration Book of the City of Fernandina for 'PAUL r

Archer the year, Alexander 1886: Morris,J.J., ; FUNKE'SI. ,.." J & T :K'Y"I: >:DAre
Baker,Jack Morgan, C. W. I \;; ; .
Bruce, J. H. Mooney, James +-r+++++-M-II+I CM-II +M4-*'" ++ *+++4+ +4+x+++-x-I++4+4RitFI '
Bash,Jas. H. Mason, Warren now,receiving weekly large. shipments
Mitchell Chas.J.
Burnside, George ,
Barrett, John Merrow, J; H. P. :
Butler, H.A. Norman, George 1DRY GOODS S New
Clark, John Palmer, Rod well, Spring and Summer Goods

Collins Donovan, Alfred, Cornelius Person Polhernus, Emanuel W. S. ., '" ... '-. .. .. tt y ,

Doboney, R. V. Rebund, Henry +++++++++++++-++++'+- +-+++r+ '+++-h+++ttH+-++-+ Which'wili'b*
sold at
Douglass,John Robinson Cam ; ) very low prices. -splendid assortment of

Evatt, W. L. Roberts, Richard
Floyd John Redman, Richard : ,

Freeman David Rone, Taff 'r. J:
Green, Alexander Stewart'SoloGray have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment: .SI..ES": CASaUEB.ES": : :
E. Sirnms Thomas '
Gremley, W., Jacob Stewart, James of Winter Goods ever brought to Fernandina-eonsisting' Colored HUB'S Veiling, Albatross. Cloths Plain and
Buntings White Goods
Hargrett,John Sharklatt, Isaac Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres; Parasols 'are among ,
Hayes,Stephen A Stephens, John my specialties; Gloves and Hosiery in great'variety; : ., and Printed India Linens, LJnon de Deccas, Plain and .
Henderson, Peter Schuyler, Geo.W. Plaid,Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles-
Hutchinson,James Sheldon,'Isaac; Cable,Cords, Checks and
Howett. Cyrus' Saunders, Chas. .' PLAIN AND FANCY DRES GOODS Stripes.
James Tucker,Robert
Johnson, Peter, Jr., Trent,Samuel t< *} GOAT BAnGAIN IN GBBT LADIB AND BILDnBH' EIBny.
Jones,James Tucker, W. B.,, ..
Jackson, Randall Turner, Sherman Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, 'Ribbons, I

King, Samuel'P Van Nostrand, C. J. Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short ,' .OUR SPRING CLOTHINGHas i
\ '.'. .
Ligoeur, Joseph Williams, W. H. be found in a well-appointed Dry Goods establishmerjJ.i..Special4i! ; ) ,
Lang,James, Jr. Wilson George attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofAEBOYS' ,, r J_ ;.' I : been received-a: magnificent i .line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWSING. I
William Ward, E. J. KING & CO'S
Lang ( iii:; } I.': ,. Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to order and fit t
LeCain, William H. Wishart, Abe teed. This is the Leading House in the United States for Custom-Made Clothing.guaran
Lange, C. A. Wood, Richard Although we have BARGAINS in
every Department, the following are some of
Lewis:, F. B. Warren,DockWashington MEN CLOTHING

Leggett,Samuel Wabby I OV R SPECIAL :
Mooney, J. H. Wilson, Simon : I i
McDermott,John Young, Adam .
McBean, R. A. Yerger, H. S. which cannot be.beaten in the city, and which I am selling at Two FINE Cases BEST PRINTS at 5 Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cls.
order of the Board of Aldermen.GEO. custom-made 'at LINEN All-Wool Plain Black BUNTING at 20 Cta-.
low Suits to
By astonishingly prices. equal 'one- HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35 Cts.
E. WOLFFE, City Clerk. half the cost. Also a large variety of Gents' Underwear and VICTORIA LAWNS 6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts..
4 1886.
-Fernandina, Furnishing Goods of every description. Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.. ,
PROCLAMATION.MAYOR'S Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 cts. ;

OFFICE, HATS CAPS BOOTS. SHOES /l is Twenty Years ahead of competior. ,A,X &.50, I
FERNANDINA, FLA., March 12, 1886.NOTICE !
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention and '
carefully filled.
voters of the City of Fernan for Men, Ladies and :Misses, of all sizes,at low prices. In Domestic -, J. & T. I T'aDsNortheast : : ;
dina that the annual election of officers for Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and I will not be
said city will be held on the first Monday in undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties: corner Centre and Third Sts.,
April, 1886, being the 5th day of said Attention is also directed to assortment of) NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. } FERNANDINA FLA.
month,at the following named places: my large s, ';, >) ,
Precinct No., at the Mayor's Office,Third

Street Precinct; No. 2, at.C.Westberg's store, HOUSE-FURNISHING (GOODS:t DRT GOODS CLOTHING

Old Town; )
Between the hours of 8 a. m. (standard comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit., ;Give mea

lime) and sunset on said day. call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at S.'
And the following officers of the city will ? .A.N"tT: ZY 23:: 1QBS.
then and there be chosen by a vote of a (fl 1
majority of the votes given at said election, C* My, prices are positively betow those of any house:and fully :

viz: RIUM 15 to 25 per cent'' less than those of any credit QDM ;'
+- H .
A Clerk, 0 concern. I want the money down ; they give you thirty and

An Assessor, e sixty days in which to pay and make up for the petty privilege by i
A Marshal,
A Treasurer, 0 charging you ten years' compound interest. And yet people insist 0

A Collector, CENTRE STREET, upon calling this nonsense.
And four ((4)) Aldermen. To those who have not bought of me, I would ask their inspec-
Given under my hand and the seal of the
city this 12th day of March 1886. tion to convince them that I give the BEST GOODS for the money.
FEJ Ft.N": :N"JJNT: : : : A...
W. H. POPE, Mayor. .
f [SEAL.. R. L. DENNKFIELD, "J'"!" 0m VV_ r. J:... :a:: nIL .A. N,

City Marshal. .. m


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3 feet wide bv 6 feet long; Nickle

Trimmed astonishingly Holland,,with Stop-Spring low handsome price Roller of Pull-Down, good grade, at the of I/dm[/ I DRY GOODS IN 1886 r\\\t\\\ II III' AGEN'C --

These Shades come in different Colors-

Drab, Brown, Olive, Green etc. .

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On Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Roller. ,. -::: Zi,I I I ; ," S. W. CORNER OF CENTRE AND SECOND STREETS.,
Across the Curtain, about nine inches from Ie I
the bottom,is stamped in Gold Fancy Dado,

nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for We have just received from the North and East. an. "

-SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACH, immense stock of, .

all Complete, with Handsome PullDown.J. .

& KYDD..

$2-50 Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, STEAMSHIP LINE !

and in fact a full line in every Department, of the '
; as we are to'buy r

.GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL BEDSTEAD, in bulk, we are prepared to offer same at

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AT ..;, ;:( '. ,"

FRED W. HOYT & CO'S (PRICES THAT DEFY..COMPETITION?)' :l : : 'Y .' -.r" 4't J\ ,'.'
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.CENTRE STREET. Bush of business prevents our naming:specialties. "_ '' ; ". ", ,.
All we ask. is a trial Call and examine our stock ; ..;.. : .. :;;' ')' ,.' '."..'?-*'.et<: ,
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,: before purchasing elsewhere i ':.t; ri .':.. ;.:
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SASH DOORS, : < 116r No trouble to show goods at'MODE -BED'S. .-'" "' .t-,,,. ..,:,d"->ct' '
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This tine, having'no Transfers between Fernandina and New
T G. RUSSELL, ]1. D.,

The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
Next door to Tourist Hotel, MODE BRO'S ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
to Office 9 Hours-8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m., 6 JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA,and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the'FLORIDA TRANSIT
p. 111. 1"m RAILROAD for, ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the


fr '! r t. freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to ,
jHTtnanently located at Fernandina, -
and offers, Ins professional services to the ...
"'!leof this phut'andsurroundingcountry.Di Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St. Fernandina.V FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ,
r H. MALLORY & CO., ;
eass of children a specialty.J C. '
!3 Can be found at the Tourist Hotel. I .. ,_.t;, ,:,,;.,__;, ", Pier 20 East River.New York. 51rHE ..
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x Russell Jacksonville.. Collector'of'Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. West. : :than usually auspicious.- The news'includes .O., .:_.:. c;.. Q.... o.
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Ret'cntte-Charles Peacock.
; Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. of Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer ONE DOLLAR A COPY FOR ONE YEAR. 0-3. .: .S..*&'. Z

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Fourth Circuit-James County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. Sun one vear. .: .'UTHE

Collector of Revenue-Closes .1. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. TEN COPIES............................... 10.00 : ,. .. \L
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+., t ville.' Superintendent of Schools-William H.Bab- Sun ;, : ::<
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'r "- "' t Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, the Daily Sun three months. I'", ,}; ;

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rr I County Judge Walter Tate. SUJ'leyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. With an extra copy of the Week- ;' ",", ;

.' u:' '; Court' Calendar.. Clerk::.F.'E. de la Rua. Treasurer-C.. Jacobs, Wilcox f ly Sun one year, and one copy of ,, "
tt w Wilkins. the Daily Sun six months. .'-, :; .'j: ,
+ CIRCUIT. Sheriff-Joseph POLK. 4 '
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Fall'Term- County Judge-J. A. Fortner. With extra of the ,." : ... ,
an Weekly
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ill October.'Valton Collector Revenue-Manuel Palmes.
,> Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday of Clerk-S. J. Pearce. .
Schools-N. B. Cook.' Sun one year. and one copy of '; ,
October. Superintendent of .
4th Monday W. H. Jonson. .
., Sheriff the Daily Sun nine months. ...' .
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County Judge-Robert G. Baker. With an extra copy of the Weekly ,
after4th '
Washington, 2d :Monday Mondayin Superintendent 'of Schools John
Snoddy. ,
Clerk-J. A. Atkins. Sun and one copy of the Daily
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r 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. Sun one year.

'Jackson, Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Probate FORTY COPIES.................._...... 40.00 .
October. Judge of -T.S. Houghton Palatka. '
.ti Collector A. Patton. With:
ofRevenne-George an extra of the Weekly
' I. Escambia, 1st Monday in December.This Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. copy
amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C.Hicks. Sun and one copy of the Daily
*i. act Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. .
' 1 EnW" 10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue Joseph Price. Sun one year, also an extra copy "'' ( .
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; ej.& Spring Term. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A..J, Wood, .FIFTY COPIES...... .................... 50.00
? *F THIRD CIRCUIT. Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. Palatka.
l 0 With an extra copy of the Weekly
:'r Spring Term Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY.
;3 ATM Sun and two copies of the Daily -
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday: in Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry.. Sun one "ear.SEVENTYFiVE.
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trf in Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. With an extra copy of the Weekly .. '
Hamilton 4th :Monday April.
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> ttW&t'B* I Perry. Daily Sun one 'Ji'
year. "
s. April.Columbia. County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton ONE HUNDRED ,"''II.>'
Perry. COPIES...........IOO.OO '
after 4th,
3d Monday MondayLafaye'tte Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. ... IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
County Su 'eyor-D" N: Cox; Perry. With an extra copy of the Weekly .
in April. Sheriff-Sarnpsori Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.SAN'IA I Sun and four copies of the Dai-
after 4th : .. .
feSiv+ 6th Tuesday Monday Collector of Revenue-John H. Lee. ly Sun one year. -

in April. Superintendent of Schools- J. N. Reid, ROSA. i To Europe and other Postal.Union coun- Fernandina,
rf 'M County Judge-John Chain.
Fall Term- Jasper. tries at $1.52 for twelve
t'tom*1. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. months. Towns on R; R. Line

F 4 .',4t4 x' ; October.Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector Treasurer-Robert of Revenue Robinson.-W. J. Williams. THE SUN, And Cedar Key.

t } Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. Daily, except Sunday.
Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville.
Suwannee 1st :Monday after 4th :Monday
M. rli. ST. JOHN'S
in October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto. Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably

7 I= 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 October. xille. tine. Subscriptions in the United Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
j Oth Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools -W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, Augustine. States and Canada.
k', Lafayette,
L, October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine One Year.........-G.OOOne[ Month..50 Cts. number of the most eligible and desirable
Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias ..
r :A FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.OounryJudgeT. Six Months. .... 3.OOIThree Weeks..38 Cts.
*' t Spring Term- St. Augustine. .. Four Months..... 2.00Two, Weeks......25 Cts. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
A. Carruth.
F 4 t Si: John's, 2d Tuesday in :March. Superintendent of Schools-Peter S. Arnau, Three Months.... 1.50 One Week..13 Cts.
Clerk-W. A. Givens
+ # 4th Tuesday in March. St. Augustine. Two Months...... l.OOJ City or Suburban Residences,
4 I a Clay, Sheriff-J. P. Martin Tampa.
r SUMTER COUNTY. To Europe and other Postal Union
4 i; .% Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-W. Martin. coun-
a ,'' t4 Baker 2d Tuesday in April. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, tries 76 Cents per Month. UPON EASY TERMS.

e d Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. ,
Duval 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. The value of THE SUN as an Advertising
.f Fall'Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Collector of Retenue-I'N. Withers, 'Lees-. Medium is. of course, in proportion to its Discounts on Values allowed to

i St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. burg. immense circulation and its prices for ad-

4 rl; Pail Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Venable, vertising far less in proportion to the circu parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

4' Bradford, 1st Tuesday inO, tober. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. Sumterville. lation-the main element of value in advertising -
::1 rial enterprises, who will erect on the
than' those of other prop-
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE'COUNTY. any daily paperof

'f*! Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. JACKSON. County Judge-M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. which safest we method have knowledge.The of erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
in'November. transmitting money
Duval, 1st Tuesday Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak.
County Judge-George F. Baltzell. mail is check draft
Col by by or postoffice I
v Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
k.t FIFTH CIRCUIT. Clerk-Frank Philips. order. residence, or in which to conduct their
Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions money
!/ Spring Term- Sheriff-Andrew Scott. ,
! Na.5'iM; Sumter 3d Tuesday in March. Live Oak. business.
:+ <"tii'* :* 'is Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Collector of Ret.'enuJobn B. Anderson. Superintendent' of Schools-A. W. :Mizzell, TERMS.

i" Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Welborn. INDUCEMENTS TO
I Vt Superintendent? of Schools-8amueIJ. Erwin. THE BALTIMORE SUN ALMANAC, a MANUFACTURERS
-* -if.j March. valuable publication of ninety-six is
:. .;jc' Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in JEFFERSON. County .Tudg -James H. Chandler, Enter- published as a Supplement to THE pages SUN by exemption for a term of years from
:-f March. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.
Y ; about the first of each year. It is not for sale
4 Tr 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

; 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 RevenueT.F.DrndyEmporia.Superintendent benefit it is published. Every subscriber to towns. Apply

,, ,.t Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. .Monticello. of Schools-B.F. Fox, New "THE SUN," Daily or Weekly, whose toCHAS.. W. LEWIS,

t .zc'_ ; Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County. Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. name is on our books the first of the year Fernandina.

_c .; Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY will receive a of THE SUN ALMANACree

, ,ttr1 ,:t;: Levy, 4th Tuesday in' November. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-R. B.. Smith. of charge.f copy. Jj"Sy Office, Duryfee building (up stairs
Alachua 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. '
t A. S. ABELL& CO., Publishers, corner Centre and First streets.
" Sheriff-Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville.
in November.
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Building,

Spring Term County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Baltimore, :Md.

Orange, 4th Monday' in January. Sheriff-C. 8. Weathersby. Crawfordville. ,

S t ? Volusia 3d :Monday in February.. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer"W. W. Walker, Craw SEWING MACHINES, .. : ,.i
'' <
tr i'. Brevard, 1st :Monday in March. Superintendentof' Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville. I, .

.apt Dade,3d Monday in April. Collector of Rc/enue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, I '. ..
fall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New ford ville. ? U's .ka1 ,'!-.,.'.. ".
For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices -
r' Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON. f'11 :
>!''i t Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue J.T. Cates, Old Town. ...... .
Judge-Daniel McLeod Sr. -ALSOATTACH"ENTl' -
County : \ ,
in Assessor of Taxl'.s-C. C. Burch. .: >.rf' -
1 Brevard 4th :Monday September. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. .
x .
3 1 Dade, 2d Monday in November. LEON COUNTY.? Sheriff -John C.McSween.TreasurerJames of every description, and ... "

County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. E. Bowers.. } for any Sewing Machine, ,': ", ....'.... ,'
sale. '
County Officers. Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret'enue-'V. McLeod. .'.; ',t'IJ..... ..'o1.'t[ ,
ALACIIUA. Cler.k-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-C, C. Gunn. ... Old Machines repaired at moderate "'i.,j', ,

4 County .T Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, WASHINGTON. prices. ....1; {, .,-)'.',.. u

+L ;'', ville. Tallahassee. HENRY HOBEIN, :, f';:: ';:"'
t l Clerk J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. 7rea.surer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. .' .
Corner Third and Ash Streets, .. :. (;'j '. : .. \
Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Clerk-D. D. ,Melvin. 8 Fernandina, Fla. ,' '.:::'1.1...

Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Sheriff S. W. Davis. ;.i :}.:!': ..?.' .

l ville. LEVY COUNTY. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. THE :MIRROR"is noted for STEAM the artistic PRINTING ..,...; u..r"i m: "" '. ''.

x Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats Clerk J. M. Collector of Ret'enuJolm Roche. mannerin ,,' ..:: J,. .
*t.: Bronson. which it .executes all kinds of Printing.W. r ". Wi..' .
Superintendent Bush.
Gainesville. of Scltool.s-JIenry
t i Sheriff-W. H. Bigham, Bronson. .

t v; k1 BAKER COUNTY. ; Collector of Revenue W, H. 'Anderson,. K. BAUKNIGHT, T.iJ-WA. 'i :; ?- .i

County.Tudge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. ,.-.:..j'..--.. .

Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sr., Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, LUCY COTTAGE: ,AGENT, ;',..\/ :. t ; "
: : .
k 4g 14 Sheriff J. W, Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. WHOLESALE. AXD RETAILBpTCHER :-. .

fi Collector of Revenue- -J. W. Burnsed, San- I! LIBERTY. Seventh-St., near Egmont, Hotel. ., .AXD STOCK DEALER, ...'/'r't. :.-"f*."- .'--: "".,i4i ".

i .f derson.Supcrintfndent.- County Judge-R.;F. Hosford. AXtDealer > .' ;' (t-; i.t.'s: ;- 1 -' -rt,> :*
t f ,., of ScJiools-Wm. Lessene, Clerk-A. J. FERXAXDINA. FLORIDA.Offerspleasantrooriis : : '
Wooldridge. .. in Ice .7'f' 5 V A-t' .V- >'
i Sanderson. Sheriff-D. G. Harrell. : ,...L"I' :. '" '' ... :
BRADFORD .COO. TT.ix Treasurer-J. E. Roberti :well furnished: with TENNESSEE B&BF A SPECIALTY

: I !; County Jadat -J. R. Richard, Lake Butler j Collector of Rcrt1ltlc-I" G. Wilder. \ or without board. Table Boarders will be Up.oo ST.BEET.'VHARJ\ B ILL-HEADS.NOTE, ;:: HEADS, LETterHeads '
l 1 accommodated: also transient. Card etc., neatly printed
Otrh Henry F.York, Lake Butler. Superintendent ofSdioffo-Dr.T.J, Gregory.
'2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.. I-ft ; : FER.'i.ANDnk 'F"r !..\. at the MIF.P.OK officeI ;
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. :LA-I: E'S: : .) __.>. '. 'E9TAI3LIsrn: D '1875. Savannah,Florida.&.Western R'y. Ar. Interlachen..........; 1.22 a m 7.12 pm

- "- r .Ar.:J,T & K W'June.... 7.40 a m 5.10 p m
SItcrifPs Sale. I* iJEWELRY' if. 'WATCROSS SHORT LINE: Ar. Palatka..................7.40ani 4.55pm

NDEK AND BY VIRTUE OF AN DRUGS'anHORSEY MEDICINES: Ar. Jacksonville..,......... 1.22pm 7.12pm
trains h s'roa'd
U execution issued out of the Circuit ]_ STORE i: All of are run by Central TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.For .
((90th) Meridian time, which '1133 minutes
Court.Fourth J Judicial rcuit.Nassau'couny., slower than Jacksonville Ocala Leesburg..... ............ ) Fast Mail
in a suit determined wherein the Jackson- i* :* *j jOffers .r & CO. time.ON For Pemberton's Ferry _..........}\ .

ville & Atlantic Railroad Company was .- 'and after For Astor................... ...:........ .45am
plaintiff, and Benjamin Upton defendant, I for the approaching Holidays, ''a fine Trains Sunday will! May 3d, 1885, For Palatka-............) Ex. Sun. ......_......

have levied upon and will sell at public auction .assortment oft Solid and Rolled follows: '. leave. and arriveas For Jacksonville...... V. ...._...... ......_......
in front of the Court House,in the Cityof =1 1 PHARMACISTS For St. Augustine....J 3.00am 2.05pm
Fernandina,on the first Monday in April,
:m :: : ': TRAINS
being the 5th day of said month, all the WELE.YLadies Leave Jacksonville daily: at-.......... 7:30 a m ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE.
right title and interest f'Beii amin Upton Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m Frm Pemberton's Ferry ............) Fast Mail
in and to the following described property, and,Gentlemen's Centre_ Street.FERNANDINAFLORIDA, Arrive! at Callaahn daily 8:08 a m Frm Astor and Leesb'rg ............ V ......_......
to-wit: The northeast quarter of the north- Arrive at Waycross daily at_........10:00 am'.Arrive From Ocala................ ............J 3.05pm
west quarter, southeast quarter of,the southwest Gold Silver Watches at Thomasville daily at..1:30 p m From palatka.........:.) Ex. Sun. ;....._..._.
quarter, southeast quarter of section 12, i Arrive at Bainbridge daily at....... 3:30 p m From Jacksonville....}\......_...... ..............
township 2 north, range :VI east, 560 acres; Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m' From Augustine.... 9.30pm 12.45pm

fractional section 36, township 3 north, .CLOCKS. OF ,ALL- BINDS, .,, KEEP constantly of FRESH on and hand PURE a fine assort-. Arrive! at Pen acola'daily at..10:05 p m: STEAMER A. J. LANE. .
acres east half of Arrive at Mobile daily at... 2:40
560 south-
range 24 east ; EIGN and .DOMESTIC a m For Yalaha Bloomfield, Lane Park, Asta-
west quarter Lots 1 and 2, section' 1,I town- Silver -War in Large Variety, Arrive at New Orleans daily at....: 7:45 a m tula, etc.:

ship 2 north, range 24 east, 584 acres. 'Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Leaves Leesburg...........................10.30 a m
Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. Drugs and Chemicals cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Returns to Leesburg..................... 4.45 pm
JOHN A. ELLEUMANN j -SPECTACLES.REPAIRING cola: Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, all trans- For Yalaha and Bloomfield only-after

Sheriff Nassau County. Homoeopathic and Patent.Medicines, Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- noon trip : ,

Fernandina Fla., March 6, 1886. PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Leaves Leesburg........................... 5.20 p m :
" : REASONABLE RATES. Proprietary and Fancy Goods,. B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m. .
Sheri 's Sale. Pullman, Buffet Sleeping Cars on this ,

TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN No Fancy Prices. to Pay for Style.. FINE TOILET 'ARTICLES, and train New, Savannah Orleans. -to .Pensacola_ Mobile CONNECTIONS. !1 1i i

U execution issued out of the Circuit Pullman At Palatka with Jacksonville .
Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville Tampa &
CourtFourth JudicialCircuitNassau county, #31 Call and examine my stock. PERFUMERY,' SOAPS, ETC., to Cincinnati via Jesup. .Key West Railway and ,fast river steamersfor 'I
in a suit determined wherein J.L., Smith for Pullman Palace. Sleeping Cars Jackson- St. Augustine, Green Cove Spring, Jacksonville -
the use of J. L. V andever is plaintiff, and wi4 LAKF'iCentre IN GREAT""' ARIETY.j ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST and all points North, East and !
William Johnson defendant, I have levied West and with up-river steamers for South

upon and will sell at public auction,in frontof Street. Physicians Prescriptions MAIL. Florida; also with the new twin-screw iron

the Court House in the City of Fernan- Fernandina, Nov. 14, 1885. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m steamship "City of Palatka,"and steamship
dina. on the first Monday in April, beingthe reasonable prices. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 In "City of Monticello," for Charleston, New

5th day of said month all the'right, title Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00: m York Boston, Philadelphia, etc.
and interest of William Johnson in andto Leave Thomasville .. 2:10 p m Mail trains make close connection both

the following described property, to-wit: RAILROADS. Leave Callahan daily 3:15 p m ways via Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West
Northwest quarter of northeast quarter of NEW GOODS: Arrive! at Waycross daily 5:05 p,m Railway,at Jacksonville with Atlantic Coast

section 2, township 2 north, range 23 east, Arrive at Jesup daily at.......-.. 6:38 p m Line-Fast Mail.
40 acres; southeast quarter of southeast Florida Railway & Navigation Co. Arrive! at Savannah daily! at........; 8:25 p m, At Wait's Crossing, with Florida Railway

quarter section 3, township 2 north, range -IN THE- .. Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m & Navigation Co., for Waldo.At .
23 east, 40 acres; southeast quarter of south Arrive! Washington,J?.b., daily..ll:45 p m Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida & :
east quarter section 1, township 1 north, THE KEY LINE7CESTRAL ; Arrive at New York daily at.. 8:00 a m Western Railway, for Tallahassee, Savan- i
range 2J: east 40 acres; Lot 3 in section 5, Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, nah, New Orleans, and all points North !
township 1 north 23 east 39 acres. ((90TH MERIDIAN) TI3IE. Savannah to New York East and
range CITYeMART* without change.EAST West; and with Florida Railway ;

Terms cash purchaser paying for title. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 22, 1886. FLORIDA EXPRESS. & Navigation Company, for Cedar Key, ,
Pensacola, New Orleans and
Sheriff Nassau County. -- Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:20 p m At Ocala, with Florida Railway Tampa.& Navi- ;.
Western and Southwestern Fast Line. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55
Fernandina, Fla., March 6, 1886. a m gation Company and hacks for Silver
"a" means A. :M. time. "p" means P. M. time. Leave at Callahan daily at.............. 8:35: p m. Spring. .,

Sheriff's Sale. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m
Read down. Read up. At Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake
TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A'' M. DOWNEY 8.00 a -3 Lv Jacksonville..Ar ::H 7.30 p Leave Live Oak daily at 8.55 p m Eustis Division of the Florida Southern i
8.45 a g Lv Baldwin...... ........Ar g 6.46 p Arrive at DuPont daily at.11:00 pm Railway and boats Lake Harris 1
U of foreclosure issued out of the .. on for
decree ..... ..
; 10.10 a. Lv Lake City-. ..Ar IJ} 5.15 p Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p nr
Circuit Court.Fourth Judicial Ci rcui tNassau 10.57 a ef Lv Live Oak:.............Ar eg1 4.27 p Arrive at Jesup daily at.12:55 a m points on lake. \
county, wherein James Bell is plaintiff, and 11.53 a So Lv:Madison..............Ar ga 3.27 p Arrive at Thomasville At Pemberton's Ferry, with Hack Line
at...... 7:15
ililey ]:. Robinson and Betsey Robinson de- Has now opened his large and extensive 12.15 p :;::-g Lv Monticello..Ar wg 1.50 p daily a m. for Brooksvilla, Tuckertown Fort Dade
2 Tallahassee......._...Ar 2 Albany daily at.10:30: a m
and will sell at stock of Foreign and Domestic lip gg Lv :: 1.05: P' Tampa and South Florida. .
fendant, I have levied upon 3.12 p .>=3 Lv Quincy.................Ar ps- 11.59 a Arrive at Brunswick daily at......... 8:00 a m. O. W. BROMWELL I
}public auction in front of the Court House, "" 4.00 p tug Ar River Junction..Lv s= a 11.10 a Arrive Macon daily 8:50 a III
in the City of Fernandina, on the first Monday I 4.55 p o 5 ArMarianna............_Lv :=o* 10.49 a Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 m General Pass.Agent.
in April, being the 5th day of said DRY GOODS 7.00 p "3.:1 Ar DeFuniak Springs-Lv 8.40 a Arrive at Savannah p SHERMAN CONANT, t!
at.. 6:20
month during the legal hours of sale, the 10.35 p "g rt Ar Pensacola..:.........Lv s-g 5.05 a .. a m General Manager. !
3.10 a ..cor: Ar Mobile.....;..........Lv U;n 12.20 a Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m
south half of lot number six in block number

8.15 a Sd-s Ar New Orleans..Lv Ko 7.00p Arrive at Washington daily.10:30 a m
fifty-two, City of Fernandina. -AND- 6.50 a M p Ar Montgomcry..Lv g a! : 8.40 p Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Traveler's Guide. '
Ternis cash, purchaser paying for title. 7..5p :2 2 Ar NashvilleLvw. 6.55 a i
Pullman Buffet and 1
Cars via
JOHN A. ELLEUMANN, 1.40 a ,::3: Ar EvanSvtlle..Lv ? 1.00 a Sleeping
Sheriff Nassau County. FAMILY GROCERIES, 8.00 a ;:; Ar St.Louis..Lv ;a o: 7.15 p Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping [The Traveler's Guide is, .as the heading 1
2.20 a Ji: a Ar Louisville............-Lv S1.00 a Cars via Jesup Jacksonville to Cincinnati. indicates, intended as a means of infor-
Fernandina, Fla., March G, 1886.Master's CONSISTING: IN PART OF- 6.35 a a Ar Cincinnati.............Lv '* t$: 8.45 p Connections at Atlanta with Western and mation to the traveling public. To be relia-
9.45 Ar .Lv 3.50
ag Indianapolis p
.. ..... Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and ble, it should be correct. The managers of
10.55 a g Ar Chicago..... ... .Lv ? 3.45.p
Sale. French and English Cashmeres, Merinos, Through Tickets on sale at all coupon offices. Georgia Railroads for all points West and the different railroad and steamer lines will
1' VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FOREclosure Alpacas, Delaines Satines, Lusters Prints, Baggage checked through. I I Northwest. greatly assist us in our efforts to make it so
and sale issued out of the Circuit Seersuckers,a choice-lot of Family Blan- Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, Jackson- by notifying us of changes made in the run-
Court for the Fourth Judicial Court of kets, Flannels of all colors (Red, Blue Central and Southern Divisions-Quick Line, ville to Louisville via Thomasville. ning time, when they will be promptly cor

Florida, in and for Nassau county, in chancery White, Brown,. Olive, Opera etc.,) North and East. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville rected.
in a certain cause therein pending, Irish Linens, Towels Napkins. FERNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE BRANCH. and Nashville Railroad for New --
\V\\CTCUI S. B. Hubbard & Co. are complainants Doileys, Table Linens and Cov- Orleans and Texas points and the West and
and Benjamin Upton and George A. ers of beautiful design and ( Northwest. At Savannah with Central TRANSIT A PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
Arnold doing business under the name and finish, Irish and Hamburg 7.20 a 2.50 p Lv Fernandina...Ar 11.20 a 6.36 p Railroad of Georgia for all points West and Day Passenger Train leavesForCedarKeyandWildwoodand-
8.45 a 4.35 p Ar Jacksonville...Lv 9.45 a 5.10 p
style of Upton & Arnold, and George W. Edgings, Embroideries, Northwest. Charleston and Savannah,Rail
Bryce; are defendants,I will sell at public Laces and Shawls, (SUNDAYS ONLY.) way for all points North, with steamshipsfor all points on Transit Road..10.00 a.m.
the 7.00 a 3.30 p Lv Fernandina...Ar 10.36 a 6.56 p and Baltimore. Savannah and all North
auction to highest bidder, for cash, New York, Boston At points
before the court-house door in the city of 8.26 a 4.56 p Ar Jacksonville..Lv 9.10 a 5.30 p Charleston with steamships for New'York. and West...............................10.00 a. m.

Fernandina, in said county, on the first :-MADEDcLOTHING ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Philadelphia and Baltimore, (connecting at Callahan.) -
Monday in May, 1886, being the third dayof between Jacksonville and Orlando and Jack- Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all {
said month during the usual hours of sonville and New: Orleans. and Steamship connections, and Baggage points on the Florida Central &

sale, the following: property, to-wit: All Broch6e (plaid and all- CONNECTIONS : I Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths Western Railroad..10.00 a.m.

that certain steam saw mill at or near Wool). Broadcloths Doe- At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for and sections secured at Company's office in (connecting at Baldwin.) :

Brandy Branch, in Nassau county, Florida, skins, Satinet Jeans. Cotton Palatka and all landings; at St. Catherine with Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot Day Passenger Train arrives- -
on the line of the Florida Transit Railroad, Flannels, White Goods, Shirt- Florida Southern Railway for Pemberton Ferry, Ticket Office, and on board People's From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
which was recently run and operated by. ings, Sheetings, Gents' Furnishing Brooksville, Bartow and Tampa; at Leesburgwith Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand all points on the Transit Road... 3.55 p.m
steamers for Lakes IIarris
landings ,
Eager: & Murray'and Benjamin Eager, on JENNIE LANE. From Savannah and all in
Goods Hats. Umbrellas points
Caps, Boys Eustis and Griffin'; at Tavares with Florida
called the Tolu :Mill together with the en- 1 and Gents' Suits of latest style and fin- Southern, for Lane Park, Eustis and Astor; at Or- JAS. L. TAYLOR. the North and West................ 3.55p.m.
gines, boilers, machinery and appurtenan- ish,Trunks,Valises Satchels, Ladies and lando with South Florida Railroad for all pointson General Passenger Agent.R. From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
CPS, to the same attached or belonging, and Gents' Shoes, Gaiters, Hosiery, Ladies and their line; at Cedar Key with Gulf Steamboat G. FLEMING Superintendent. all points on the Florida Central

also certain tracks, tramways and roads Children's Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear, Company for Gulf coast points,including Tarpon & Western Railroad...............- 3.55p.m. '
Springs Manatee, Tampa etc.
belonging to and used in connection with
I Florida Southern Railway Co. Night Passenger Train leaves-
said mill for the of the
purpose supplying MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. For Wildwood.......................... 5.00p.m.
same with logs and all the right, title, INGRAIN AND BRUSSELSC1tJlPETINGS
Tourists by this Route can reach nearly everyimportant ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING For Savannah and all points North
privilege and interest of the said S. B. Hub-
point in Florida, which can be and West................................ 5.00 p.m.
bard &Co. in and to the land on which the said of no other Line.
at Callahan.
(connecting )
said mill is located and surrounding the The most'direct route to all points North, East SOUTH.
same, including the houses and the logging and West. The Quickest Possible Time, the most Accom. Fast Mail. Night Passenger Train arrives-
privileges on said land, it being \ Elegant Accommodations,and the Cheapest Rates. Daily ex.Sun. Daily.Lv. From Cedar Key, Wildwood and
include the purchased by the said Mattings Bugs Oil-Cloths etc. Read down. Read up. Jacksonville viaJ. all points on the Transit Road_ 9.45 a. m.
fi. B. property 9.00 p ......... Lv New York..Ar ......... 8.00 a T. & K.W. R.\.. 7.45 a m From Savannah and all points in
Hubbard & Co. at sale made at Fer-
a 12.20 p ......... Lv Philadelphia..Ar ......... 4.40 a : the North and West.............._. 9.45
nandina on the 5th day of :February, A. D. Also a nice line of Crockery, Queen's and 4.10 p ......... Lv Baltimore.........Ar ......... 1.30 a Lv. St. Augustine via a.m..
1883, by J. A. Ellermann. receiver, undera China Ware Goblets Tumblers Bowls 6.00 a .....-? Lv Washington..Ar ........11.56 p St. John's Railway... 7.45am From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
decree in favor of Alexander McRae 10.49 a ......... Lv Richmond......_Ar ......... 6.55 p Lv. Palatka, Fla. Sou'n 4.50 pin 9.45 a m all points on Florida Central &
against and others Ewers, Basins, Butter Dishes, etc. 3.00 a ......... Lv Charleston... ..Ar ......... 1.53 a Ar.Interlachen........... 6.30pm 10.50am Western Railroad.9.45a.m..
Benjamin Eager
8.47 p ......... Lv CincinnatL..Ar ......... 6.50 a Wait's ..... 7.55 11.31
and a sale made on the 5th day of March, 3.30 p .......? Lv Atlanta-!......_...Ar ........10.45 a Ar. Crossing. p m a m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
A. D. J883, by said Ellermann receiver, A NICE. LINE 'OF FURNITURE, 7.01 p ......... Lv Savannah.-.....Ar 1.25 p 8.45 p Ar. Rochelle................ 8.40 p m 12.00 n'n '
under a decree in favor of said S.n. Hub- "tFurniture 10.20 a 4.15 p Lv 1.'erna.ndina..Ar 10.00 a 3.55 p Lv. Rochelle 9.05 p m 12.20 p m Train leaves daily, except SundayFor -
bard & Co. against the said Benjamin Eager 11.50 a 6.10 p Ar Callahan-.........Ar 7.30 a 2.21 a Ar. Gainesville............ 9.30 a m 12.45 pm Jacksonville.................._.... 7.20 a. m.
Chairs Tables, Spring For Jacksonville ........................ 2.50
and .............12.50 a m 12.50 in p.m.
others. R. B. ARCHIBALD, Beds, Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows 12.20 p 8.30 p Lv Jacksonville....Ar 6.15 a 2.35 p Micanopy p
Special Master. 1.15 p 9.20 p Ar Baldwin.....:....-Lv 5.20 a 1.45 a Ar. Ocala..................... 2.00 am' 2.20 p m Train arrives daily, except Sunday-
and a great variety not mentioned here. From Jacksonville......................11.00 a. m.
Ar. South Lake Weir... 5.25 a m 3.17 m
March 10, 1886. Gw 1.40 9.35 Lv Baldwin........-Ar 5.05 p
p p a 1.19p From Jacksonville......................
6.36p.m. ,
All the above by the Pro- 2.36 p 10.42 p Ar Lawtey..Lv 3.46 a 12.18 p Ar. Leesburg........:...... 7.00am 3.55 p'm

was purchased 2.55 a 11.07 p Ar Starke_....._.....Lv 3.10 a 11.56 p .............. ............ 4.00 Sunday only- .
prietor while recently in New York, at the 3.25 11.45 p Ar Waldo..............Lv 2.30 a 11.08 a Lv. Leesburg pIn From Jacksonville ....................10.36 a.m. #
SEA-ISLAND ROUTE. VERY I.O'VESTFIGURES.. and will be 4.25 a .........Ar Gainesville.....Lv ........10.05 a Ar. Pemberton's Ferry. ............ 7.00 p m From Jacksonville ..................... 6.56p.m. r
< sold at a sp1alllivin profit FOR .CASH. 5.16 p *fe Ar Archer...........Lv. Jl 9.11 a Lv. Leesburg, St.Johns For Jacksonville ...._.................. 7.00 a.m.
Having been established in East Florida 5.49 p W Ar Bronson..;....:.;.Lv & 8.36 a Lake Eustis.Div... ............
& 4.00pm
7.50 Ar Cedar 6.40 a For Jacksonville ...{.................... 3.30 p. m.
THE KEY LINE STEAMER, since 1853, and in this city since 1861,I hope 4.15 a p 12.48 a Ar Hawthorne Key..Lv.....Lv 1.35 a 10.20 a Ar. Fort Mason............ .......:.... 4.45pm

and expect'to receive ,a large share, of the 5.53 p ......... Ar Silver SpringLv ......_. 8.47 p Lv. Fort Mason........... ............ 4.55pm MALLORY LINE.
public patronage,and will endeavor to make 6.15 p 2.40 a Ar Ocala..Lv 11.15 p 8.34 a Ar. Altoona. 5.30 pIn For New York direct, every Wednesday

7.28 p 4.25 a A Wildwood._..._Lv 9.34 p 7.26 a Ar. Astor...................... Daily., 6.45pm and Saturday evening i
4 R .... .........
9.05 p .......,. Ar Panasoftkee : Lv 6.40 a f
,yea -+THE CITY MART+- 11.10 p ......... Ar Withlacoochee-Lv ......... 5.80 a Lv. Fort 1\Iason..l0.oo a.m 5.00 p m From New York direct every Tuesdayand
7.57 p 5.07 p Ar Leesburg.Lv 8.55 p 6.55 a Ar. Eustis.10.10 a m 5.10 p m Friday eyeing at 3.00 p.m. I ,
8.25 p 5.45 a Ar Tavares...........Lv 8.25 p 6.30 a Ar. Tavares ................10.40 a m 5.30 p m I
in the future, as in the past, one of the most 10.00 p 8.15 a Ar Orlando..Lv 10.30 a ....... Ar.Lane Park...:.........11.00 a ra 5.45 p m SEA-ISLAND ROUTE. j
popular Stores in the city.I ..........1.40 p' Ar Tampa ..._..._....Lv ......... 6.00 p Steamer St. Nicholas leaves Savannah '
'ST. NICHOLAS offer my best thanks for past favors. LIMITED EXPRESS. GOING NORTH. :Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays; leaves

; 8.30 a ......... Lv ...Jacksonville..Ar ......... 4.23 p. Daily. Fast Mail. Ferdina Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays,
CAPTAIN M. USINA, PIASTER.RECENTLY M. DOWNEY. 8.53a .........'Lv ...White.House- r......... 3.58p Daily.Lv. n .on'arrival of morning train from Jack-
9.1Ca ......... Ar Baldwin-......:..:.Lv.......... 3.38 p Astor ... .....::::.... 7.30am sonville. '
Fernandina Nov. 14 1885.
Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Wednesdays Lv. Lane Park............: 3.30 p m 8.40 a m CUMBERLAND ROUTE.Steamer .
FITTED UP II APPLE-PIE ORDER. and Saturdays at 5.10 p. m.,connecting with Lv. Altoona...............? 8.50 a m
R S. SCHUYLERARCHITEOT, the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sailing -' Lv. Tavares................. 3.50 p m 8.55 a m Thos. Collyer, for Bruns-
semi-weekly for New York direct. 9.15 wick 2.30 p.m.
between Lv. Eustis.. .: 4.20 p'm a m
PLYING regularly Fernandina SEA!ISLAND ROUTE. (connecting at Brunswick withE.
Savannah upon the ,following Steamer St. Nicholas, between Fernandina and. Ar. at Fort Mason from T. V. &G.R.R. for Northernand
schedule Savannah, leaves Fernandina Sundays, Tues- Lane Park:.....:..'4.30 p m 9.20 a m Western points.)

LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday, FOR BUILDING OF ALL days and Thursdays, upon. arrival of morning Ar. at'Fort'.lfasonfrom Steamer Thos.Collyerfrom Brunswick ,

Aiiesday and Thursday, upon arrival of DESIGNS with Plans Details, Specificationsrand train from.Jacksonville. arriving at Savannah Astor...._9.40 a In daily at..........................12.15 p.m.ST. .
.following .morning. Leave Savannah mon-
at morning Savannah train from Jacksonville, arriving Superintendence.. ,. days, ,Wednesdays and Fridays p. m., reaching' Lv. Fort Mason........... 9.50 a m MARTS RIVER.. .
the following mornings. .-. Fernandina Following a.'m. Connections at Ar. Lcesburg......_10.35am
LEAVE Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
SAVANNAH every Monday Savannah with all rail lines, and with Ocean
Wednesday and Friday evenings, reaching, WILLIAM B C. DURYEE\ Steamship and Boston and. Savannah vessels to Lv. Pemberton's :Ferry 7.00 a m For St: Marys and Crandall,Tuesday .
Pernandilithe following mornings. and from New York"and Boston, and at Fernan Ar. Leesburg. :._10.25 m and Friday......................... 3.00p.m.
Connections at Savannah with all rail dinawith'trains'for all'Florida points.. Ex. Sun. For St.,Marys and ,Dungeness, on

l lilies, and with Ocean Steamship and Boston COMMISSION MERCHANTAND BRUNSWICK"' AND,INLAND S. B. CO.Co'nne I ,. Leeshurg..............: 6.30 p m 10.45 m Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p.m.
& :t"annah'e 8els to and from New York ts at, Fernandina daily from and i ( to Ar. South Lake Weir... 8.10 p m 11.18 a m For'St. Mary's;and King's Ferry,

and Boston and at Fernandina with trains Brunswick and coast points. Steamer Thos. ,Ar. Ocala. ...................10.30 p m 12.25 pill Mondayand Thursday............ 8.00a.m.
for all Florida points. Manufacturer Southern Pine Lumber, Collyer leaves at 2.00 p. m.A. MACDONELL- ., Ar. Micanopy...............,2.45 a m ."...0.J p in, Steamer Martha arrives

A., MACDONELL, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Jacksonville Ar. Rochelle.. 3.35 am.2.35 p m From St. Marys and Crandall, on
Gen. Pass.& Tkt. Agt., BY THE CARGO, Fla. Lv. Rochelle................ 3.50 a'm 2.40 p m Monday and Thursday............- 7.00 a.m.
,, Fernandina, Fla. D. E. MAXWELL, Geii.Sup't.. Ar. Gainesville............. 4.20 a m 3.05 p m From St. Marys and Dungeness,

1>- .. MAXWELL, For Domestic or Export Trade, Lv. Gainesville............. 3.00 a m 2.05 pill on Wednesday and Saturday... 9.00 a.m
General I send for our Select List of From St.Mary's and King's Ferry
Superintendent ADVERTISERS Lv. Rochelle 4.00 a m 2.55 p m ,
Geo. P. Rowell &; Co. .............. 2.00
Fernandina Fla. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. 4.40: 3.24 m Tuesday and Friday.. p.iuTHE
: ; 10 Spruce Street New York. Ar. Wait's Crossing. :. a m .p ,

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;Ifi 4 THE-FLORIDA MIRROR., A Su Surgical, Operation. "comfortable'houses. .Does"any body see any' ,Notice to rVoters. ,

,iJjii I 1 A successful,,surgical! operation_ ;was performed such, preparations in ;Fernandina f, ,Not The following": gentlemen"'have'been' appointed -

m" ..... t:.J this,week by' 'D..s'. Henry Bacon, of much i as inspectors .election the' following -
!rtf" t : .1 .oo A YEAR' FOR SIX MONTHS "* ** .s j f .1 for the election for Fresh Garden Seeds
? $1.00 placeS
"!......l'.a,.,, Jacksonville; and Jl.L.: Horsey of, this city, That something should be done to shake'us' designated ,
1l..1'. municipal officers, to beheld on Monday
'g t i t Reflections.Vote assisted by Dr. Ashley :Scoville, of,Charleston. ; -, out"of our Jethargy, and. make, us feel, April 5th, ISStt. .' :' CROP OF '85

i ;rftl Mr. Frank C. Latham' for the past that, the world' moves. and-' if we don't. get up At Precinct No. -Mayor's s Office City of .
r. ,'has been afflicted with' the growth of and trot'along with the procession we I Fernandina-Charles A.: Noyces. John Gordon -
;t.t.i.i. 1 early. year ; and'George J4'. Lewis. ..,:' .. : In papers or in bulk, at
r what is called fatty tumors in his neck, going to get left-b'adljr left. ; .
'r f f1..1'J' ; ; J. 1 The Republicans held a ratification meetSt At Precinct No.,2-Capt. Westbe'rs'sloldstore. : j ;
: : J s r.tJOft.r: : ins at Island City Hall last night. which"were slowly but surely closing up the ,That we are to*have all. artesian- well- Old Town": T. 'A.SAcosta.: .Romeo i *. FRED 'W.: HOYT & Co's
JFt arteries. ''After'consulting: eminent ,physi- some time; -court-h09se-some other; Denegal and Charles Williams.
y ;, r The Board of Governors: of the Board of. i .. W. H. POPE, Mayor
i :
cians "abroad/he concluded to undergo the time; a;new school. building-after awhile'1; .
apt ,1". d1 l Trade meets on Monday morning at 10:30. GEO. E. WOLFF City Clerk. ;' .
'tr J 1 t. dangerous operation as the only remedy, a tremendous boom-directly, and a big appropriation Fernandina: Fla., March IS, 188 .'
'''1it: Upon your ballot on.Monday will, in a and 'called" these'young' disciples of for We
j 'Jt:. rn' upon the bar-perhaps. .. -. .
.'... if"u. '"/.I.o>\1; large measure, depend the future prosperityof .JEscuIapius to performfthe'operation.: The havn't anything now but a Notice to City, Tax-Payers.

;(( I.i! '" Fernandina. operation was successful, two tumors being site and the best harbor in Florida and'a Notice hereby given that all real ,property -

t..lKf. !m''l 1. ';f i The attention of our readers is called to removed, one below the' arteries,',and, we disposition to everybody find it'out the on which the city taxes remain unpaidon

:a";*t. f.t': tl'xl the advertisement of the 10 and 25-cent are glad to state, Mr. Latham is doing finely. best way they_can. be the sold first for dayin the taxes April due will thereon be advertised for the to Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran,
fl Store another. column. Dr.: Henry Bacon is a grand-son of Judge j 1885.
t'>4r:; .: 1 M year
1: ::1t ""F .f !1 The Rev. Mr. Arnold, who last winter as'Jt1.t James T. O'Neill, of New Hope.and is a The City Election. C. J. WESTBERO, aXED FEED, nICE FLOUR, ETC.
< # of Jacksonville.He We commend our-'voting' citizens the. City Tax-Collector.
Peter'sChurch physician
sisted the Rev. O. P. Thackara at St. young
.ti ; bids fair to follow in the' or'his following extracts, which we borrow from Fernandina, Fla., March 13, l8S6.
.' .r was in the city a few days this footsteps: "
:t t1JJ". J"'""" the Palatka Herald, reference to the AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
''S week. father, who was a physician and surgeon of .approaching Building: Material.
t'1"' 11: election\ ,
note. Dr. J. L. is of ,
Horsey one our own '
r: h; Re,". Edwin G. Weed of Augusta, Ga., "

!. 1; '" was elected Bishop of the, Diocese of Florida town boys, and has just graduated from the Be for sure the to'secure Council-men good strong who own practicalmen them- BRICK, .LIME'PLASTER t lh; :1 .:, y. ;. FRED.. w.'.HOYT & CO.

:: ;: Jft at the Episcopal Council held at Tallahassee South Carolina Medical University. selves*: -*";''lp! ff yJ.t; jji.] :;j, .... '. CEMENT 'SHINGLES :;
.yt. '. ; There is an old saying that wise men freuently'cliange'their : ; ,. ,
+ 1 'J Wednesday.
River and Harbor Appropriations.The but fools
,:! f .; :Major E. A. McWhorter has been nominated committee of the House have com- do. : '.*ir,1-ds" never SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,

rft: : Mr ti1r ..J by President Cleveland as collector oft pleted the River and Harbor Appropriationsbill. business Fernandina Mayor people and should'SE'e full business to it Councilare that, a PAINTS AND OILS. Retailers of Tobacco

:r'):' ;J't'. ......2t. customs t for the port of St.. Marys. Mr. Florida is set down for the following, elected.. ,

'. ;; 1Jjf McWhorter is the present deputy. amounts: Harbors-Apalachicola bay, $12- A good citizen can always be known by FRED W. HOYT & CO. I CAN SAVE MONEY

000 Cedar Key, $7,000 Key West $25,000 his willingness to concede something for the BY BUYING
'"t; Jil Capt. H. A. Callen, Superintendent of the ; ; ;
# F'. ; Pensacola, $2,000 Tampa bay $10,000. sake of promoting the public good. When You Paint FROM: US.
# ;/;, ;f Mann Boudoir Car Company, at Chicago, ; The city,has right: to call for the services ,

.i...,. has been sojourning at the Egmont for a Rivers-Apalachicola, $10,000; Caloosa- of l her best citizens to! help her out of the --
',!'I.&/dtJ.I" few days, and is delighted at the comforts hatchie, $4,000; Choctawhatchee, $15,000 ; terrible dilemma in' which she liow finds USE THE BEST PAINTS, THE WE ARE ONE OF BUT THREE OR FOUR

t.r had at this elegant and splendidly managed Escambia and Conccuh, $12,000; LaGrange herself. FIRMS IN THE STATE THAT BUYLORILLARD'S

; 'Z'Z :'tZ hotel. bayou, $2,000; Manatee, $10,000; Pease, Those citizens are remembered with grati- H. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare
tude and
.llY :: respect ,who promptly respond to
.. : $3,000; St. Johns channel, over bar, $2,000000 ,- a summons to take their share of GOODS
,, tit\ 1'i1w Notwithstanding that the Carondelet was proper acknowledged be of superior quality,
.1; #,'; ;t detained some ten hours in New York on ; Suwanee, $5,000 ; Volusia bar, $7,500; public duty. 'J DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS
t.t4y With facoochee, $3,000. This is not a year for politics or where and will cover much more than cheaperand
; account of the fire in her coal bunkers, she several personal prejudices should control
+,t. j5. game up to her dock in this city on time, in For the improvement of Cumberland men's actions. The best good of the city lighter brands. Sold only by JI2f""GET OUR QUOTATIONS.

!,1'', ''r iI'J the teeth of the fo !.l hiyest sale prevailing Sound, which, perhaps, is of more vital importance should be the object. sought for by every
'il :; to the whole of Florida than any citizen.. '. FRED W. HOYT
: on Tuesday. & CO. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
Let the electors be
i. f' i other work, $150,000 has been appropriated. sure nominate strongmen
; +/. :q Mr and Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting and for the. City Council. Men who are
S !I In the} Cumberland Sound is credited to simply' machines who '
voting wait
rfcr! : < **- 'r;,*"J fe$) family, of :New York, who have been so gia. I.I.OAf' told how to vote, may be'of or- use elsewhere to be,

I i **.; "*" pleasantly located at the charming Egmont but are not wanted in,the Council. .

'1' Hotel the, past week, returned North by Shipments front This Port.

; ;;:i special train, directly from the hotel, at 8 During the past week the following shipments Married. FRED W. HOTT & CO.FFFFF
Pwill; o'clock last evening. were made from this port via the New NELcON-ZULOWSKy-At the residence of .
t York steamship line: Mr. Meddaugh, March 18th, by the Rev.
...,; I'""' s Jt,, ': 3Irs. David Jackson and Tottie Jackson, Mr. Chandler, J. A. Nelson and Miss M. M.
Per State Texas of the Mallory .
steamship oj Z1110wsk ". No cards.
;:'Jo" Vifhd have been sojourning the past two Line for New York, March 2825,000feet ) .- ,

: ; : months at the leave for lumber 3,500 pounds fresh fish 100 !
Egmont to-day ,
: .l "f Cincinnati. cedar, 36 barrels..rn*!n, 10 bales moss 26
\r i; : their home at "Avondale, F U UR R NN Nil T U TJ R RE
it r .. !:;., These charming people will be greatly missed cans 2 horses shrimp, GS packages merchandise, and Port of Fernandina. F' U UR RNN Nil T U TJ R RE
Y: ,,
,t'' ?;tJ. t from our society here.Don't Per Carondekt of the HIGH WATER. F U URRNNNIITU URRE
steamship Mallory
",J'.. : '" 'f' /ot Line Saturday, April 3...._...... 7:19 A..M. 7:44 p. M. FFFF U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEE
for New
York March feet .
'f. /r Y rrC let the old apathy keep you on Sunday, 4....:..;...:17:59 8:25 F U URRNNNIITU
.i ,i" lumber, 825 logs cedar, 157 cases cedar. 1,400 :Monday, 5. ._.....'8:40 9:05: .e TJRRE
from the
and it
Monday polls, see to that pounds fresh fish, 51 packages vegetables, 30 Tuesday 6.....,...... 9:19" 9:44" F U. UR R N NNII T U UR RE
"(\.J'111fii'l your neighbor votes. I cans shrimp, 25 turtle, 6 bales cotton, 1 Wednesday,". 7...........10:00: 10:21" F' U U R R N NNIIT: U UR R E
I horse, and 120 packages merchandise. Thursday, 8............10:42 e 11:07: F UUU R R N NN II T UUU R EEEEE
;; The Bijou Opera Company gave a delight- Friday, 9.......:....1l:29" 11:57 "
ful entertainment at Lyceum Hall on Tuesday ENTERED.
Regatta.A .
evening last. The old favorite opera"Pinafore" Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Bruns-
challenge boat race will take place wick, Georgia, daily.
1 I : was presented, which, though Monday, unless unforeseen circumstances Steam-packet St.Nicholas Usina,from Savannah
familiar to drew house. Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; freightand Ware-Room Centre Street
every one, a good on West of Second.
Ni should prevent. Notice of hour of start, or passengers,to Key Line (F. R. & N.) ,
; << : Miss Randall and the entire company never of change of date, will be posted in post- Mar.27-Steamship State of Texas, Williams,from .
were in better voice, which was appreciated New York; freight and passengers, to .
.. > office hall. R. W. Southwick, agent. '
by the audience. Mar. Steamship Carondekt. John Risk for
Mrs. Grundy New York; freight and passengers, by !
la-.f 1! Austin Corbin, President,, of the Long Isl- R. W. Southwick. agent.
L ," and Railroad and Improvement Company, That the young people need not fear mak- 11 31-Schooner Beile O'Neill, Butler, BathMe. ,
:" w< ? ing engagements this season. There will be Apr. 2-Schooner Stella M. Kenyon, Williams,
t >1. .t ft.J'l who own and control the Manhattan Beach, Perth, Amboy; railroad Iron.
: ; plenty of orange blossoms; CLEARED.
(.d' That some of the trees in town are fairly Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Bruns-
c f. has appointed Col. A. H. Haskins, of the
loaded with buds wick, Georgia, daily. THE ATTENTIONOF
t'.2i't'; l; Egmont, this city, manager of the Argyle, at ; Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah .: :
: ;rl That this information may obviate fur- Monday, Wednesday and Friday; freight
Babylon, L. I., the coming season, which
;> %ii s ther necessity for postponement of "happy and passengers, by Key Line (F.R.N. Co.) ,
y !: he will open on or about June 15th. :Mar.27-Steamship State of Texas, Williams, for "
/ fes consummations" that have been contem- New York; freight and passengers, by
t : The City Council met in special session on this R. W Southwicfc, agent. .
plated spring
I ; Yare 31-Steamship.Carondelet.! John Risk, from
t Wednesday evening last for the of
l : purpose That she would like to see a greater demand New York;freight and passengers, to
i-f extending the time for the collection of the for R.,W. Southwick, agent.
orange blossoms in town. She has 11
-Schooner Mary F.Carson, Robinson, New
city taxes for 1885 month. As the
> one tax several boys" in her mind's eye who have York; lumber by Hillyard& Bailey.
.: books of both the State and county and the Apr. Schooner W. A. Chester. Thompson, ( \\
been lingering on the brink of connubial (1IIfm HOUSEKEEPERS
-:1f '! "Fwi, ] City Tax Collector's were to have been Michias Bro. Me.; lumber by Mizell & IIII.
ifei felicity for some time, and if somebody, some
l*i i.''fe r.?: closed b)" the 1st, the action of the Council Reverend person, would only tumble themin VESSELS IN PORT. I
: f : will be gratefully received by quite a number Schooner Palatka. Ch pels.
3 S it would be a blessing to all concerned. Schooner R. S. Mulford, Hand.
,vb ,.r1.#, *"ijS of tax-payers. That one cannot call for "Mr. Mayor, Schooner William H. Kenney, Lipincott.

P| :*": ; -/ Colonel A. H. Haskins, the courteous your Honor!1" without getting a "Sirl' Schooner Schooner Annie Anna R.E. Bishop Rickerson, Rulan., Foss. -IS CALLED TO THE -

.r:*:""Y''4t ."J manager of the Egmont, is entertaining, in from several of our prominent citizens. Schooner Belle O'Neill. Buller. .
Schooner Stella M. Kenyon, Williams.To
'f; .:,1'' t; % a. .splendid. manner the following distin- That those black patches, cut a la mode,

; 1 guished- ladies and gentlemen: : The Duke of covering the cheek of a patriarchal name- the Voters of Fernandina.I COMPLETE ASS02TMENT

: Sutherland, Mrs. Arthur Blair, Miss Trene sake about town, gives the wearer a joco- hereby announce myself a candidate for
M; ; ;k{ Blair, Miss Smiley Smith, Dr. Gagleard and scious aspect.That City Tax Collector at the election for city

,t ; Captain Cecil F. Holder (late Captain 14th the steamer Carondelet was one day officers to be held on Monday April 5th,

,'. >,. ':i'!4i! Hussars), all of England, having arrived late in leaving, and the heart fractures'were 1886.two Having previous been years honored, I can by point an electionthe with OF

li! ;tt.I' this morning in the yacht Sans Peur, R. distinctly audible all over town when "Doc" pride to my record, having made a closer

a ;' Y. S. went onboard finally collection and a cleaner balance sheet than
fef Dr. Ashley Scovillewho, the past winter That John Lowe, the Queen's Own, has any: of.-'my:-in predecessors.oj.j njfyjr: ,C.,J. WESTBEBCJ.Fernandina .

has been managing the drug store of J. L. introduced a new fruit, the Jamaica. apple Fla., :March 22, 1886.Balance .
Horsey _& Co. in order to permit Dr. J. L. The edible portion resembles condensed'milk i I :

\ {., J,,lr. Horsey to complete his medical studies at with huckleberries.. Try them. of'Fdll and Winter Stock sellingoff J

: '': J Charleston, S. C., left on Thursday last for That no matter how well the opposition at still greater T'reduction.i J. & T. KYDD. J JBOTH

New York. The doctor has ticket run Monday
; 'tJir; made himself may you won't see
t r"j jr very popular with a large circle of our best Me give in to 'em. Handsome Presents.

: : r people, who, regret his departure from this That there is a demand for furnished and Handsome presents given away to parties _

Jilf .., J city. He expects to enter one of the New unfurnished residences for the summer;| buying$10 or more at PAUL FUNKE'S.

i i,{r st t York City hospitals. That the Board of Trade should endeavorto .

J: h' secure a building and loan association Winter Clothing..
A or
rumor was current on the streets this
:. 41i week to the effect that Mr. R. V. Dohoney, inaugurate a building boom in this city; Greatsacrifice in Winter PAUL Clothing FCNKE' FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 1Yh 1 a

1 '. t -4 fl formerly master of machinery of the Flora That people are obliged to go to other

1 : a 1 t,Ii Railway & Navigation Company, wholeft places because they cannot obtain reason- Dry Goods.

r' here in able rents here; Remember the closing, out sale in Dry .
t. 'it 1 January on the brig Cottymorefor .' :r'- -. :; "
: "
That we need few Goods, etc.,.at '- -' ;'" '- --" '-" = .
a :
f : t' for Rosario, Argentine Republic, had died public-spirited men i PAUL FUNKE'S. -"" WHICH WE ARE OFFERING-

on the voyage and was buried at sea. who are willing to invest their means in ,,- .

. ji,1. f k The news was reported to have been brought building and helping the growth of the EGNI ONT HOTEL -

'Ilillf: to this country by a passing vessel. We place instead of buying lots and waiting for '

wereuable to trace the rumor to any authentic other parties to build alongside and increase :FERNANDINA, FLA. T A'PVE-RYINO. : .

ttrt tlf.fJ: ; source. their value: J.c .

1 .ij .... who have That a'banking institution is also needed, 1 "'NO'lVY OPENUNDER .. ..-a
People a '
superstitious dread f
.. and the Board
of Trade might endeavor to
;. Friday will not be pleased to learn
: I. : ; f that this ENTIRELY
have that want supplied. NEW MANAGEMENT.
, .... is a thoroughly Friday year. ,It came in on
i That
1\.l': everyone wishes to see a large increase '-
t 1 l'"i. a Friday and goes out on a Friday, andwill
in population \TEWLYPAINTED AND
added to
; ) t t,t :! ,,, therefore have fifty-three Fridays. railroad shops and .other .interestsbutwhere us by the JL\ renovated; ,magnificently' furnished; WHITNER & SCHUYLER
There are.five months in the year that have sunlight in every room : Gas, Oral Anun- ,
j ; 1.1l could,we put the people?with not a ciators, Hot and Cold Water Baths, Steam-
five each
l Fridays namely,
I, January, April 1, tenement heated and
'M single to rent in town-and no open Fireplaces.
r July, October and December: Changes of
; i I I immediate prospects of
' :i j the moon occur five times on a Friday andthe any; UNSURPASSED CUISINE,

l' I t q i longest and the shortest days of the yearfall That usually there is some provision 47 CENTRE STREET.
tt t.i1.: t on a Friday. made for the retaining workmen. in a locality -I and complete comfort of guests assured.

tj 1' and some effort made to give them I A. H.. HASKINS, Manager.,

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