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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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\' :. VIII. ::: FERNANDINA: FLA., ,SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1886. NO. 27. '

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MR. TULKE'S LETTER. IFlorida, Railroad Company, which :and construction, remaining- the road as'';the'land derived from the State, and lars and
no such
.the last ,division engineer- until it was finished amount of availa
I had two years ,before organized to ''which might in the future be derived
POSITION: O}<' THE RAILROAD ,' and am thoroughly familiar with the capital was to be found in Flor
Thin TRUE make a road between the Atlantic material and structures entering into the, 'if any, from the United States. This ida ; but yet it was
LAND QUESTION. and Gulf, undertook the line between construction( and equipment of the road was thought to be a sufficient reliance for the State highly desirable
(a nE,'ued.) Amelia Island and the of .then and now. I left the road and the State' to have the roads con-
waters aided what'the
also to take a brief at,the breaking out of the late civil war,and, by stockholders templated the company for at that
It is proper, Tampa Bay and the branch to Cedar might further contribute. ,
of ,returned again to the State in August, 1865. I They were time there was not a mile of railroad
review of the circumstances out Key. When the civil war began, in "In that year ((1805)) I passed repeatedlyover I sufficient forthe purpose, as the con- in the State and
the relations of the Flor- that of the road from its whole whitepopulation
which grew 1861 the Florida Central Railroad part extending tractors agreed to do the work for
Railroad with the public interests Baldwin to Cedar Key, and in the early part'of j did not exceed 47,000
ida Company had built sixty miles of I8601',walked( several times over the re- ,them; and twenty-four per cent. upon dispersed:; over an area of 59 million,
of the State. road; the Tallahassee Railroad Com: mainder, from Baldwin to Fernandiua, on their shares paid in by the stockholders acres of land while
The Constitution oft:the State, in twenty miles ; the Pensacola foot, the road being then dismantled over from time to time carried the' in ,the territory
11 provided as follows: that portion, and no trains running ; and by this line of road
Article & Georgia Railroad Company, one having helped in the building of the road company through with the construction -, from Fernandina to Tampa and
4 provement being essential to the de- Railroad Company, one hundred and road I left'in 1862 and the !state I found it in from the date of the internal improvement -' population -
of the resources of the in 18G5 and 1800 was impressed vividly on was only 9,583, of which only
velopment fifty-five miles, and had in addition my mind as I clambered river the wrecks of 'act, less a resulting debt to the about 2,400 were adult males. To
country, shall be encouraged by the graded fifty more miles. There were the structures I helped to'build.. contractors. After a lar e.reduction just appreciation of the a

government of this State; and it but few individual 'subscriptions to At Cedar Key the large railroad I wharf, of these bonds by a sale'of the town conduct of the motives and
finished under direction before leaving gentlemen who
"hall be the of the General Assembly my just un-
duty the stock of the Pensacola & Georgia sites the lands
: all
; the State in 1862, the warehouse, and were dertook this public object the whole
as soon as practicable, tortuin I the Florida Central burned and the holders of the ,
: or compa- depot structure, were entirelydestroyed remainder, to passage of the part of
a "; Llaw proper objects of I nies. The means for location and ; the trestles crossing from the their entire satisfaction, with the exception from which Mr. Call my ,
movement in relation to roads Keys to the mainland, nearly a mile in extent quotes a single
i' graduation, etc., were mainly, pro- rotten to such! a degree that they would of a small amount of the sentence, should be given. It is as
canals and navigable ,streams, andto vided to both those companies by have to he entirely rebuilt before trains bonds, the holders of which, under follows :

provide for a suitable application bonds issued for stock by the cities rould cross again ; the structures crossing: t} interested advice of their agents, But I will
now further, that it
of such funds as may be appropriated and counties along their lines, and the water, so openings alto uecessitateentire west of Bronson rebuilding entirelyrotten ; refused to take from the trustees their not expected that the say gentlemen composing was

for such improvements. by company bonds based upon the the structures between Bronson and Baldwin portion of the land. A suit was instituted what was called 'The Association' could

Nothing was done under that provision lands granted by the State and Uni- in a very inferior condition, so that in the name of the holder of furnish known that the means to build the road. It was
until 1855 when in additionto most of t.hem.would need renewing, especially they could not. Mr. Cole and
The Florida Railroad two of these bonds
ted States. Mr. Call
the high bridge of Hatchet, Creek ; by as. myself were probably the most wealthy of
the 500,000 acres granted in the Company had individual subscriptions the cross-ties between the Keys and Bald-' attorney, in the year 1873, for a can- the number, and our means were very far

act admitting Florida into the Unionfor to stock, but no bonds from win so rotten that much of the iron had celment of the sale made seven years short Indeed of the requirements of the enterprise.

purposes of internal improvement, any cities or counties. It relied bent fortieth for lack and tenth of support mile; post the t.iron and between on the before of the road, in which much Florida, for there the was capital I selected in Eastern the

a large quantity of land came into mainly for graduation etc., upon. three miles on Amelia Island taken up and the same matter is introduced, and gentlemen who associated with me on account -
the control of the State under the valuable other road: all the which of the service I thought they could do
bonds based upon its term carried.l off to some crossties as the record shows, has at in
land act of the first forty-seven miles east,entirely promoting my views for securing the construction
swamp inaltown' sites, obtained by purchase rotten so as to make it to replace every point been utterly refuted. The of a road across the peninsula. It
At that date there was not a mile with money derived from payments the whole of them before necessary relaying the iron ; case' has been ready for Hearing a was expected that the j charter and stock

of railroad in the State. The popu- on stock, and the lands granted -all the large and costly structures crossing long time, and only delayed at the would be employed in' the manner most
lation was sparse and scatteredover the State and that the tide-waters and streams on the last thirty instance of the useful for effecting that purpose. To pro-
very by any might miles of the road east rotten or destroyed, plaintiff's attorneys.The duce that end (the construction of such
a vast territorial area. There subsequently be derived by grant I among them the two high truss Howe first point asserted is that no road) was the primary motive. I had been

was no accumulated capital, the in- from the United States. bridges over Boggy River and L(>fton Creek, 'part of the stock of the company engaged in this object ince 1835. I had

dustrial production was exceedinglylimited At the close of the war the companies the stationary through-bridge,and the low was paid by the shareholders.It in embarked i its accomplishment various parties, and, at different had obtainedfor times,
Howe bridge over'Amelia'River,
truss pivot
scarcely any migration into ,were all bankrupt. The roadsof and the long trestle over' Mills\ and Plum- is not true. But suppose it were them legislation, in the shape of charters -

the State, and it was with difficulty i the three companies, on the line mer swamps; the wharves'and warehouse! true that the shareholders of that at several sessions of the Legislature, in

that the government of the State I from Jacksonville to Pensacola and the depot structure and // Fernan- section of the road which was built 1847 these, 1848 charters, 1849,1850 was and retained No myself interestin ,or
the wrecks of three
was maintained. to St. Mar'k's, being interior, had not standing dina destroyed, stripped; of everything portableand engines and, put in use twenty-six years ago friends in Florida. They were placed N

The control of this large body of been injured, but large accumula- valuable near the river (while a fourth had not paid any instalments at all wholly in the control and ownership of the

land seemed to offer an opportunityfor tions of Unpaid( interest upon thair had ben stolen entirely); the rolling stock on the shares they held ;'what of it? Northern them. Some parties.of No Florida road was friends made became under

the stimulation of public enter- II bonded debts,and,the entire collapseof cars reduced, and to only two two old engines coaches and left useable a:: few box on It is a fact not disputed, nor open to affected with the my belief that the parties I

prises in the line of internal improve business from the fatal and depressing the road ; the apparatus for keeping cars dispute, that the road was actually had been treating with accepted the control

ment. It was determined to make consequences of 'the war, and engines in repair reduced to one small built and equipped (155 miles of 'of ing the rather charters than constructing with the purpose road.of defeat-At the
these lands the basis of a fund for had prostrated them financially. The blacksmith while costly shop: machinery, located of at the Gainesville Fernan-: standard gauge road), and was completed session of 1852-3 procured a new charterand

giving effect to the'dutj. imposed by Florida Railroad Company was financially dina shops had disappeared during'the war. in,1860. It is quite certain determined to hold its control in the

the 11th article of the Constitution, prostrated from the same causes, In a'word, the road which I had could not be built without money, interest the association'was: of the enterprise.organized."and For this 'purpose for this

md I joined in formulating a 'general but. besides thatits property had been .1862 a a first-class wreck from road'one; I-found end to the in other 1865, and and'lR66 ,, and alarge? sum'of,money, especially purpose so much of the,stock as was not s

scheme, and a. law to carry it I wrecked. Both its termini being upon it was then my> opinion, which has 'since in '''a new' and 'unoccupied" 'part subscribed forbvothers"was' taken up on '. .

into effect. the sea,'it was: the subject of peculiarinjury. been verified, that the task of restoring it to of the country as.. ''that was the the last'day benefit by of Judge the Bronson and to be rayselTfor
i 'gentlemen' associated -
That law, which was approved .. Both ends of the road were its former condition would nearly equal the at the time. NoiV, 'of what with us. They, had all previously

January 6,1855, conveyed to a hoard occupied by the United States forces. building of a new" P.road.W. OSCAB KOERNER. consequence is it to the United States. manifested sympathy and 'interest in my

of trustees, composed of the princi- Much: of its rails were removed by "Sworn to and subscribed before me, the or the public whose money did it? efforts.this After,the company was: orgaDlzedunder '
charter 'secured
I for the f
pal executive officers of the State, both belligerents for use elsewhere, Ud day of July, 1874... What difference did it make whether, the terminal lands'on the Atlantic company -,

ex (1J ci{), all the lands acquired by and the company was restricted in C.County V. HILLYEB Judge., the company derived its means di- which Mr..Law owned and those at the
the State under the two acts of Con- Gulf terminus, which were controlled by ,
the possession and use of track to rectly from the shareholders or bor-. s
The assets of the con- Mr. Parsons and my elf' This valuable
gress (these and nothing else), to be about sixty miles, the rest going into company rowed it for, the purpose upon,terms property was subordinated to the construc-
sisted of large claims the extinct
applied as directed by the law in decay during the five years of the upon satisfactory to those who loaned .it,' tion of the road for nominal consideration. -
the construction of Confederate Government- nothing I procured'also the of the
promoting cer- or whether the road when built be- passage
else. There was no standard Internal Improvement Act' by the State.
tain defined money
lines of railroad war.The
namely, general result was that all the in the but what the ,United longed to the bondholders or stock-' whereby a good bonded security for $10,000
between Jacksonville and Pensacola, companies defaulted unavoidably in holders ? The United States and,the per mile to iron and equip the road and a
with branches and between Fernan- States military chest I contained or grant of alternate sections'of State lands
had the road all the And
'public same.
their to the trust fund.
dina and with branchto payments disbursed. The destruction of the were obtained. I procured also a grant of ,
Tampa Bay, a the United States has for i
They were all successively seized, labor system and ruin of the planters twentysixyears alternate sections of public land from the
Cedar Key. had to its and has United States. These assets seemed sufficientfor
under the provisions of the internal a right use,
The aid authorized was that the I upset and arrested all industrial used it for the construction of the road. They k
military transportationand
trustees to the interest improvement the trustees: : production; the road had been seized were all put into the treasury of the corpor-
were guarantee and sold as required by that law. by the'military authorities and the mails, as provided in the' ation and devoted to the uses of the enter-
coupons on'an issue'uf $10,000 a pro- and obtained market for its made
prise. They all. by
The stock of them all was ex- grant, were mortgages
of.the road and
mile, the proceeds of the issue to be cess sequestration adjacent lands and the public for primarily appropriable to construction.The .
applied to the tinguished, that owned by the trust all the property connected with it, ; means for construction were obtained t
exclusively purchaseof fund as well as that owned by the was in at the instance of the same period had the advantageof upon the credit of this property:and ,
iron and equipment, alternate sections progress its road to be constructed and
use. not uponthe,
counties or by individuals. It wasa ;
of trust land 'within six miles the United States,in the United States credit of the stock. The benefit
in which all If the could have the
of the line and lands which the common calamity District Court at St. Augustine.Is company the stockholders could derive would be in'dividends ,
United any shared alike. In the case of the stock it a matter of wonder that the work done by a credit based upon of earnings after the"construction:
States the
might grant to held by the trust in the Florida Railroad its property, who could be wrongedor and maintenance of,the road'was fully paid
State, in aid of the lines of road. company was irretrievably bankrupted That was the only benefit they allowed
the trustees had been offeredin injured thereby? Certainly neither -! '
As a further aid the act and that no adequate relief couldbe themselves to contemplate' for a successful
the interest the bonds issued 1858 a purchase at par payable in hoped for or supplied from any i the United States nor the non- result of their labors in securing the great
on boon to their State of transit road
internal improvement bonds which stockholding citizens could complain' a across
within itself
to its should be possible resource or I the The and of the
provisions peninsula. object spirit
offer refused. From other of such few roads
was no negotiations. Very
paid by the trustees of the internal ontside ? association is best shown in my letter to Mr.
fund until the net company was the same opportunity. I will turn now to such of the par- have been built in the United States Call of May 2d, 1855 a copy of which I ask
improvement earn- offered. As the same trustees who ticular statements contained in the the funds for constructing which to be allowed to append to this answer. }
ings of the roads six disas-
to bul the
were equal The road was completed
held the stock belonging to the fund have not been raised by issues of
send me, as relate to the of the the
cent the stock paper you trous consequences war swept
on capital paid
ordered and made the sale of all these bond securities.But from the and extin-
m and bonded debt for which the company of which I ,was the Presi- property company

trustees were to receive, from the roads, it may be presumed they had dent, and the correction of, which is ,although immaterial, the alle- guished the association the stock and interest.of the company All the assets which of,

companies an equivalent amount-of ,informed themselves of all the cir- .an appropriate duty., gation is not well founded, and only had proven to be in fact sufficient to build

their stock. In other words the: cumstances belonging to the condi-: :Mr. Call asserts, and bases his attack derives color of support'from an un- the road were disposed of and exhausted in
tion of each road and decided the i the work. The policy. of the association
the assertions that no just use of the contents of the record
fund aid the upon ;
as an to companies was practically made those outside of the stockholders -
to become a subscriber to the stockto course they adopted to be the best I part of the stock of the Iflorida: ,relied upon (therecord, in, the Bella who furnished means of construction : -

the extent of the interest on its for the State and most consistent Railroad Company was ever paid up;;' Johnson case,now pending,in which preferred stockholders"to the full extent -.

statutory bonded debt. But the with their duty. that the road would not havq been Mr. Call is the plaintiff's 'attorney, I of the cost_ _of the_road.

companies were to pay into the trust Passing now to the special case of sold if they had paid in what, was and interested to create a partial im List u of Letters

fund, meanwhile one-half of their the Florida'Railroad Company. That due; that in consequence of the pression.) He uses'the.testimony ofa Remaining in the post-office at Fernandina

net six months to be company at the close of the war hada failure, either of'the'contractor or of witness, produced in the case 'by Nassau county, Florida, May 29th, 188Ci.

applied earnings to reimbursement every of the, fund. bonded debt of $3,106,000, with' the company, to pay the, debif'dri himself to sustain the assertion that advertised Persons calling: for these letters. Olustsa.,

By reason of this clause the interest an accumulation of unpaid interest for construction, the State had to; pay : nothing, or very little;was ever paid Anderson, John Moore W W

coupons of all the roads was paid amounting to $1,432.000, a floating debts to the amount ,of a ,million of by the stockholders, and entirely Brandon, Irene McClellan, Mrs D W
debt of $345,000, and a balance due dollars besides the of 900- ,the contradictory testI- Bratton, Theo D Noeil.'Charly
by the fund during construction, and proceeds suppresses Broon, Archew Gaton Miss Almira C
the contractors of about $1,000,000, 000 of school lands to which completely 'refutes its
thereby the fund became a stock- acres applied mony Clark, Ed S Redmon Susie
holder alike in each of the roads. It, making together $5,448,000, with the same purpose; and that upon, truth by 'record evidence in the Christopher.NancyW Mary J
daily accruing interest. Its propertyhad of his witness and Chapman, Herbert Struzof, Mud s
was in this way the Internal Improvement the sale'of the road the principal handwriting own Dellis, M ,E Strode, Richard
been almost annihilated'durii1gthe. stockholder (Mr. Dickerson boughtit in the handwriting of his own deceased -
Trust Fund came to hold ) Hamilton. W W Rev Smith, Wallia
stock in the 'Florida Railroad Com-.I' ,war. Its condition at that timeis and owned it afterwards. These, brother, Mr. Geo. W. Call, Jaukien Marshall. Stewart, Mary

graphically described in a sworn, I believe are the salient points of which contradictory 'evidence, although James,'Betty Scott, Louisa
pany. as it did also in each of the King, James Owens, B C
other companies.The statement of Engineer Koerner, 'in his'attack, and .neither :of them are produced, in 1880 (six years Luke FrinnerLotson VanDyck, J Cloode '

between Jacksonville the record of the,Bella Johnson case; correct.I ago), no attempt was ever made to" Nancy Weinman J

Pensacola was undertaken by the as follows: will'precede a test of,these assertions explain away'or answer. Martin ElizerMiddleton Frank Walker Walker, Ellen Maria

Florida Central Railroad Company "STATE. OF FLORIDA, CoUNTY OF 2d NASSAU, ). I. by saying, that in providing In the first place, it is proper' for 'Matiry, Prerow, ;Wright, Charles
July 1874. J for the of that it never,pretendedor 8. T. RIDDELL, P. M.
cost was
from Jacksonville to LakeCity, andy "I the undersigned, P.W.Oscar Koerner, means locating ana me to say
the PensacolaGeorgia Com- am a civil engineer profession. I was,as preparing the roadbed for ironing claimed that the road was built, .

pany from Lake City to Psnsacola such, in the employ of the Florida Railroad the company relied,to,much extent, intended to'be built, with moneyto Clothing.Just
; from the received 'a fine line of Youths' and
Company early part of 1856 to the ,
)the Tallahassee between 'upon the proceeds'of bonds 'ased'upon be derived from the stockholders. fine Prices
Company beginning of the: late civil war, being en- Boys' Spring Clothing, goods.
Tallahassee and St. Mark's.... ; and the gaged in the experimental surveys, location its valuable town sites, upon TKe'road cost over three million dol- very low. J. & T. KTDD.



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1,r, rk'f servant'only, sometimes with a party, was a frank, handsome: young_ fellow ; do-when there' was not such "a tremendous rather strong speech, but I could a
wearied and hands ,
t 7c My feet are my are not
-' j' '1.'% My soul oppressooIt j-t t E rJ nearly every :day ;, and nearly'every that I could,see,,and was obliged to outflow of emigration'as:now. help it.;' AsI:: made it, I felt that he
_ /a: And I desire, what I have long desired*, day'she,came,:,through the gatesat'my own ; and Jn- his'speech, ,he was Pleasant. Public. sympathy was, naturally, knew right well, without being led bv
i1," ;I Rest-only rest> crossing. I tried not to look at" her, This was shown -by his stoppingon strongly in 'favprof' Captain 'Laurenston any report or mention of me-even i if

; Mln! r 'Tis hard to toil, when,toil is almost,, ,vain. ,; I feeling and knowing that there two or.thI'ee'occas, when riding and against the Major, who would she had heard anything of the sort_
;ttw,r.-' --'In'barren'wa s"' -- ;'" '0; sparkled' 'from 'my""eager' 'eyes' more alone'to; askme some questions as T ,be'compelled,.it-was generally .said, to why I..might. .be. .t trusted.
t.'1 .. 'Tis* hard, to sow harvest and never days. garner grainIn feeling than .1 should have allowed to opened,the gate f.orhini. leave the service., But this would She smiled as I said this. I knew
:, Jt; ti! ',.. r i escape me-but in. vain.. .I could not I was sure he made these occasions, not save the Captain from being how fascinating was her smile, but I
,q. The burden,of-my days is best hard to bear--- i. withhold'my"gaze from that"cold,dark at'first'disliked him for< t--;..but.l; cashiered nor. .from .fourteen years' .had never. seen it with such sadness i in

(,4 Mt'1' : '# And I have But prayed God knows, but vain has; been my face-she was not a blonde: beauty; could not continue to bear ill will transportation, as he,was certain -to be it ; it;- was a thousand times'more enthralling -
Of.v* r 'N. .' prayer I. golden hair was not the those against a man of such kindly open made an example of, i if only for the than before. "I will confide
,""{t..m,41",l. Forrest-sweet rest. I I days-or from her large; deep, unfath- manners, sol; : relented, and ere he left purpose of showingthat officers' woulde in you," she went on, I will tell
Ii'; 'Tis hard to plant in spring and never reap omable ,eyes that, looked throughmeand the neighborhood used to look forward protected when they refused to accept why I am here in such a tempest yoll; t to
li't! w'' ,The autumn yield ; past me ,though I had not been with pleasure to seeing ,him. a challenge.I do this, will be to confide in you
; .'Tis hard' to till, and when 'tis tilled to weep there, or was at best no more than a'part This was a, sad falling off from my had taken an interest' all these fully. I will not sit down "-this most t

r t .a.-.r;W' O'er fruitless field. of' the barrier. I swung open for previous lofty moods, and so was my details, as my mates'had done, called forth by another offer of was the
'"1I4 i ':I f. ; I And so I cry a weak and human cry, her passa e. Yet these eyes as I' accepting a' cigar from him,as he rode with them, my sympathies were on the only seat already mentioned" I will\\\
":! ': :' ', "' So heart-oppressed ; even then Knew but too well, read, me through. In fact, although I have no side of Captain Laurenston, yet onlyas stand hereshe was standing in
? And so I sigh'a weak and human sigh : an
,'tr fj :' '";': For rest-for rest. to the core, while they seemed to ignore doubt written myself, an ass," as our a stranger, for I had never, to my angle behind the door, much screened
:'t1 : me; old friend Dogberry would have said, knowledge, heard of him before. 'But by my desk and some books which
.', .!!t4rtt C: My way has And wound cares across infest the desert years lam almost ashamed to own it now, yet at', the worst I was not without after awhile it began to be said that were ,heaped upon it-" then no
.t tt f, My path, and through the flowing of hot and even at this distance of 'time it some glimmering of sense, which saved the Captain was the officer who had chance or prying passer-by can see
.*' 't DI tears makes my cheeks 'tingle to recall it, I me from making an absolute example been so long a. visitor at Elm Knoll, i .me."
1-t:: J,.a w I 1 I pine for rest. but I have wasted a whole ,afternoon, I of myself. ond was the accepted suitor of Miss : None will pass here for some time,
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"t'; .riN$ ; ;)' 1 ':'Twas always so ; when but a child I laid when .I had a turn off," in hope of Even during the short time in which Cleabyrn. This gave me more interest I Miss Cleabyrn," I said ; on such a

; ,:: Rtt11 : wearied On little mother's head breast e'en then I prayed seeing :Miss Cleabyrn.Her the Captain-:I did not' know his ,in the affair, and I sincerely hoped he night,as this, on,any night, indeed,the
My ;
; As now-for rest. father's house stood on a knoll, name-was" visiting at Elm Knoll, the might make good his escape. place is deserted ; but take the precaution
pifP, .. \I with smooth open lawns sloping down heat and surge of my absurd passionhad Miss Beatrice had returned to Elm if it will give you a feeling of
: ,1 i And I am restless still-'twill soon be o'er; from it 'all sides that .from moderated and "
',, + ; Far down the west on so my perceptibly just Knoll, but she rarely left the house, greater safety.
j il Life's sun is setting t and I see the shore signal-box I could see when anyone then several circumstances 'combined and! still more rarely rode out, although She did so, and then proceeded,
,:r i ;I 1 Where I shall' rest. was walking in the front of the man- to restore me to a right frame of mind. it was the hunting season, so that I firmly and collectedly-I was enabled
-Father Ryan. sion, and when a party assembled to After the Captain's departure Miss hardly ever: saw her.I afterward to judge how much the effort -
.t{ r.t I : ride out. Well, I have actually lingered Beatrice l left home on a prolonged was on night duty at the signals, cost her-to tell me what had
:.,,'fi' ;;;Ax;, THE SIGNALMAN'S STORY on some feeble pretense, for i. visit, so that I did not see her ; and at and when I went there one evening to brought 'her to my station. You

,.J:;. "J., ,::,",'..41t;. \ I t four'or five hours about the signal-box the same time I met Patty Carr, who relieve the day man he told me that have heard of Captain ,Laurenston?"
(f'tt..4r.t' : 't'-1/./i CHAPTER I. :in the hope that she might walk on the was in her way quite as pretty as there were several London detectives she began.I .
r 1'<,1 1=i: A song which was very popular lawn, or' that she .might .mount and Beatrice Cleabyrn, although not nearlyas U hanging about the place "-he knew signified that I had done so.
9,: j :when: I was a boy says, \ .VUH folks ride through'our' gates.I haughty ; and my heart being this: from one of the guards, who had You know that he is pursued by
tit i '- JI ] fall in love, no doubt, some time or well remember was one of specially tender and open to impression formally been in the police, and so the police, and you know, I have no
:t. / other." It might 'with equal truth these afternoons that' Miss Beatrice just then, I suppose, I speedily thoughtmore recognized, them. I naturally askedif doubt, that he is the gentleman who;
: ; ;{f.l j: have said that most folks fall in lover rode'through with a small party. Ah I II of her than of the young lady at the company' suspected anything was: here in the early part of the sum- : /
dfv} two or three times over. I am sure it recall them easily, enough. Therewas Elm Knoll. .Indeed, we were marriedthe wrong among their people, and my mer? I thought so. He is in this
q; : ,"li\l V: ,':. ..was' the case with me. It' was also one other lady and three gentlemen. next year., mate said no, not at all. The detEctives neighborhood ; not far from here. He
r.f '
.', : i'I my fate: to do what, I am told, is one To open the gate for them, for At the time I speak of a good many of course, would not say any- dares not enter our house at Elm
IT* *" :;i I of ,the commonest things in the world her, was the opportunity I had been things were in vogue, or at least had thing about their business ; ,but the Knoll, as that is not only under
";f !;?:').; ':1', i -that is, to fall violently in love with longing, waiting for, and wasting my not died out/which have quite van- guard suspected that they were after special watch, but we have reason to
itr :t a entirely out of own circle few hours of holiday for so I offeredto ished now and. these duel- Laurenston
rk:; : person : my ; among was Captain who was likely tory think that one or more of our servants
y ,\ i; ; not below it, like the king and ) do this to assist my mate, who had ing. Every now and then a duel was ; to see Miss Cleabyrn before leaving are bought over, and would act as
::1\ b the beggar .mald, but a great deal relieved me, and who was glad,enough fought, but the ridicule which attended England. This appeared feasible spies and. informers. He cannot get
!4 l(: i t f! above me ; with a girl, too, who was as to; be spared the labor, and I caught a bloodless meetings and the greater enough, and I was able heartily to away without assistance ; and you he
J.. rJ't! proud and haughty and stony as Junoor 'full glance from the eyes of :Miss activity of the police in cases where echo the wish of my mate, to the effect thinks, are the only man he can trust."
*;%>. ,,! a sphinx. Beatrice. The look was one in which harm was done, were diminishing that the young fellow might give his "I am !1" I exclaimed. Why,
; : f :l 1'.t In the time to which I refer, nearly she seemed to exchange glances withme. them greatly, yet still they did occasionally pursuers the slip.I what can I do ?"
Gi.t 't) fifty years ago now-I am seventy- I knew it meant nothing, that it i happen. A great stir was have said that my signals and I Perhaps nothing ; perhaps every-

1::' t,,..-): one next birthday-the railway system was all a delusion, and yet it would be made by a violent quarrel among crossing were on a branch, of no great thing," replied Miss Cleabyrn. He
"t i 1 was in its infancy, but yet was enough to haunt me for days. I knew some officers of a regiment quarteredin traffic ; so when the last down pas- has been seen and recognized here,
;!s+:, !l?;', : spreading fast, and I was one of the that also. I had,never seen her lookso Lancashire, in which a challenge to senger and first night goods trains had and every hour more dangerous -
:; 'f1 '..1 earliest servants. It was in no exalted beautiful before, and I felt my fight a duel had been given and re passed-they followed each other for him to linger. He knows he

1 t J '" position that I served. My father was cheeks and brow turn burning hot in fused. It was called in the papers of pretty closely-there was nothing can trust you. I am sure of it, too,''
i'';;"' : ',1, 't dead ; my mother rented a small cottage the instant I met this glance. the day, The Great :Military Scan- stirring for several hours. Traffic she added, after a moments hesita
;; I ; i _'S on,the land of the nobleman in. They passed. I watched them to dal," and arose'in the following man- through the gates at the level crossing tionyour; very look) justifies me in
11 't -. whose serVIce her husband had lived the last-I always did-and I her A certain had of- "
.,. saw ner : Major Starley after dark, there was little or none, so saying so ,much.
!r, p ;$;: : and," died ; and tHis nobleman recommended turn her head toward the gentlemanwho fered a gross insult to. a young lady, my berth was dull and lonely enough.I Ah 1 she knew what my poor stupid
_ :,'t : 'l"'i': ': me to a railway company rode by her side. The movement on whom, it appeared, he had been did not much mind this, for I was looks had revealed, months before, and
t I ',which had just constructed a branch brought her profile so plainly in view forcing his attentions for some time, fond of reading, and on this night-a speculated rightly that I would have
r 1.' t, I through his estates. I was: at first that I could see she 'was smiling. AsI and her only relative, a half-brother, stormy one it was-I was reading a been taken out and shot dead on the
1t wr: tt porter, but afterward a signalman, watched her, the gentleman turned was in the same regiment 'with the terrible ghost story. I laugh at such line rather than have betrayed her
;: ; : :! and as a great favor, I was assigned a around and looked in 'my direction.He :Major. The details were not pleasant, things now, but I know right well slightest confidence.I .
;, t;iLt' 7fif 1 place on the branch just mentioned, was smiling also ; it ,was something and it was no wonder that Captain that they made me creep ,then. I told her,that I would do anythingto
,..: l close to own house. The signal, smile,with him and I then' Laurenston '
A ) my a challenged 'the Major ; but dare say every one knows the sensa- assist her, and the Captain, too.
::;: :\,' r.s1 __ vas not far from the junction of the, reddened more with shame than I had the latter declined the challenge on tion and has felt it over ghost stories.I In what way," I continued, dot
'i_. ; ., 44, branch. with the main line ; a very before done with excitement, for I some'professional: grounds; and when was in the midst of the most terrible you-?. .'
; h. ,>'1 I lonely spot for a long way in either knew'' he was laughing at me. So'Miss the parties met high words passed. part when I heard a slight noise, and You must get him away in one of
+4.p.; 1 ,e *' direction, although there was a thriving Cleabyrn must have been laughing also;' These commenced, it appeared, with lifting, up my eyes saw at my little : the carriages," she interrupted-
!J; .t"' 1' fy r town some five miles down the and at what ? I was the subject of the Captain ; but each became violentin window, quite close to me, that which some carriage which leaves here, for
:fi"If.! ,., ;,.J. branch, ; and there was a siding ,close their ridicule, and ,it, served me right. the dispute, until at'last the Captain startled me more than any ghostly I if he ventures to'' the station he will
;L4 # by where the trucks used in the scanty Yes ; I knew, -that at the moment, but thrashed his antagonist in'the presence appearance ever will. I thought it 'certainly be arrested. You can, for
1 JM.1jJj .V: local ,traffic were collected, t/v know it did not make the bitbn" of several officers. This was not a The of the conceal him in cot-
Il. -- --- was a ghost. glare my' lamp present, your
N There were some cottages near my \ p ngl less pai ( l.-H make-believe beating-a consider- fell upon the panes, ,and I recognizedthe tage, where, as I know, nobody Jives
crossing ought to have said that I i I went', ack, comrade at the yourself-horsewhipped" affair, but a large deep eyes; 'which had so often but your mother and_ yourself, we
,. there',, was a level crossing not far from signal-box, He, too had noticed the" right-down welting," the 'Major be- thrilled me. I 'saw and knew to a leave all to you. He will come here
i44 .- my box ; in one of these I lived ; a group, and said as I entered the hut : ing,badly cut and bruised. This was certainty that Beatrice Cleabyrn was to-morrow night. The rest is in your
.r r } ', sprinkling of farm-houses and several That was the party from Elm Knoll, serious enough, anyhow ; but 'what looking at me. She knew by my elec- hands. These are all I can give you
,t ; very good houses of.a higher class wasn't, it ? Ah !, I thought so ; and of 'made it worse was that the officers tric start that she was recognized.The now," she continued. What ready
,<< were within sight. In one of these I course that was the celebrated Miss were'on duty'at'th time, and by the face vanished from my window, money we ,can ,command he will want:
.4 a 1.r xA y y latter, not by any means the grandest, Cleabyrn. You know who that was strict,letter of' military? law, the Cap- and as I sprang from, my seat there but in a short, time you shall be properly -
tI+ but handsome enough for all that, riding by, her side, .1 suppose ?'f tain would certainly be punished with was a tap at my door. I threw it rewarded." As she spoke I saw
:'.t. lived Squire Cleabyrn ; and it was No," I said,,answering as calmlyas death. open. The furious blast _of wind her,hands were busy under,her cloak,
': with his only daughter, :Miss Beatrice, I could ; I. was almost afraid to He, had expected, it seems, that which, entered. almost blew out my and in the next instant she laid on the
: 41, .:;,that I ,chose to.fall in love. For that .trust my voice. after so public"'and such a painful'hu- lamp, and I felt the driving rain even desk before me 'a handsome gold watch

>,-matter.I: dare say a score of other, -",Th t'8 a young, fellow, a captain miliation, he would infallibly receive a as 1..stood. within the hut. It was and chain.
young fellows as poor'as myself were, from somewhere," continuedmy, mate, challenge from the' injured,officer ; but :Miss Cleabyrn,.and'' she at once stepped. '. u Miss Cleabyrn," I gasped at last,
:';'as earnestly in love with her asI: was, who is going to marry Miss Cleabyru. it was 'not so.He was placed in' ar over my 'threshold., She had on a -" you do not think-do not supposefor
t t' : but 'theyprobably ,had sufficient sense He has got a lot of money. So has rest'lin'the barracks, and ,expect: to"b l large cloak, 'the cape'of which was a moment that I wantwouldtake

t w kffi *' not to show their folly. I did show: she. ,Sam Powell, who drives the brought to<; a'' court-martial. ,He turned lup, so as to, form, hood and' from you anything to buy my
:",mine. ,I could not help it; and when, night-mail, knows' him, and told' mal heard, however, from some friendly: i this was dripping with wet:;: great aid !t.I am only too willing to give it.
r l 'k I ; I.:recall. all I felt,and suffered ,"n' time L feel I must retract my- admission' -, t As, the speaker: had ,no ,idea 'of the, him'over to the civil I -power, when' he pushed; .my stool, the only s at'iri my .They are,yours !I" she interrupted.
that others were'as much'inlove'l' absurd.state I was in, he tookno.par: would be'charge'd'with an assault with hut, .toward her, and strove to ask Watch for the Captain to-morrow
r t'tr t .l' with her myself, but had the sense titular'notice, of me, but, changed the intent to kill. "
,'Y at'.had brought l ,her .to such a spot, night. .Do not follow ,me. No ; keep
r ,tlM been to conceal it ; such a thing.would,have subject, and, went: on', with 'some ;indifferent In ,those (days; "almost! 'anything'was on such a night;; but I, could,get- out them. All we, can do will be buttrifling
impossible, The ;:could not have t'opic.'n transportable, 'and, as Major Starley ,nq intelligible words. She ,had closed to show our undying: gratitude
,J n t concealed! it; they might have re-: ,I wasglad; he,did so, for although,, belonged;, one of the most influential the door after' 'her, and in ,her 'very if,you ,aid us now." She opened the
r 1 f. :Drained from talking about it. T ,did, ,had,an utter contempt for myself! and families the 1 ',kingdom, there,was 'no ,manner, of., doing so, there was something door as she said this,and in a momentwas
f4 K' '::'not talk ; but had ,they seen ,the. girl formY.follYin.allowing l the conduct or ,doubt'that the, Captain ,would be sent : ,which suggested fear and dan- lost in the darkness, of the night,
r -; f # as often as I did, and looked into her the..future of :Miss .Cleabyrn' 'to excite to a: ,convict settlement: There was ger:, so, that' I caught my' breath' in leaving',me standing with, .the watch
1' \face as, closely: as I did, they could not"have : me, Yet:1could: not have,conversed, also ,'no, doubt/hat thep prosecution: sympathetic alarm ': and ,chain in my hand.CHAPTER.

c l hidden their infatuation from such., a theme, ,as,.her marriage, while. would be' conducted in the most 'yin- You, ,are.Philip Waitress, are, you: ..
t'' < return, she would have :the, knowledge, that the person r t o dictive. ,spirit(and pushed to the bitterest not ?" she said. : II.
;'pi looked them with the same haughty whom I, had ,been ridiculed end. I '
: had never. heard her speak before, ,Miss injunction
; -obeyed Cleabyrn's
indifference which- had "
-' yet a something sure ,of that waS her avowed lover 'Terrified '
I ; :- 'at a prospect, the and either: I was still under the.influ- 'notto follow her, though,;I. wished to
contemptuous >u wonder in it- seemed to 'increase the '
bitterness of ,
A I.was treated with, young officer: escaped from 'the barracks ence ,of my old enchantmentor''she. restore' the watch and chain, she had
y as 'the '
.. sting.te .fold.; by connivance, of *" her guard really had the' most melodious in
t; r 4j J Not'that ,story'has : ; most, left with me, but strained, my gaze
s1 l ; i the Lady of my Lyons flavor:anything'about.t of Iliad: ample: opportunity of seeing there was.reason; to' 'suppose,'although .thrilling,yoiqein"; the world ({"assuredly.! the direction::she. had"'taken. In the
a? that which! I had heard:was .thwwasnever. : ,completely proved ; at I thought Of I and
p It'j, $ T'was 'no Claude to Pauline ; ", : ; so. ,cQurse', replied:, continued bellowing, cf the ,wind
.r ', an English likely,, at. any rate, to be founded' in 'any rate'he got Clear'away and disap- the affirmative. dim*
the rain it
i y But this this .Miss : through driving was
r girl, Beatrice fact "
; as the the ""
'captain Immediate
advantage was "We-I have heard you spoken of, cult to: hear or see anything even
a : was! 'so amazingly beautiful that' she from ;
f .was 'famed for, full : s somewhere remained; : guest at taken.of this fatal although very nat- she continued' ; and always' favor: when close at: hand ; yet .I fancIed'could I
twenty"miles Elm Knoll; for, fully l a fortnight! during 'ural] ,step, and a reward' was at '
'around. Jn' addition she ; once : ably. I, am.'sure: you maybe: trusted ;' hear her footsteps as she reachedthe
of 1 '
t. was one which. menot', a daYassedwithP. .offered for his : If he I' ,
: 'apprehension. : am:screyou.willbe.faithfuls""If : lane 'which.was the foot.of therailway.
l the best horsewomen at
: in the ; ,
county, ,out my'' ,seeing both him: and .:Miss: 'could get' out of"the country;he.would :' I''can' serveYou in manner,. bank and. could see nerYes .
-andrthis I enabled : ,
: me see more of her -
Gleabjrn.: and, sometimes mbre than: be'safe' as ,there were then no 'en'gage- Miss, Cleabyrn',7.1: but
1 '" -'than"should ,otherwise : : : : ; managed to .say, I. !I- again I heard footsteps,
'done. :
.u\a.; : ; \"e, ....... once, L.' -each- ,:.- -da.So' :..:. ,-: \ T".>came, _.,,' to'know, ments- ... ..for. 'giving. 'up, :'.',.criminals. ',, .,. :, so' .. ,the ::will. ',be,faithful,,. ,: to. any.. .,-:promise, 'J-. .nay; surely, they were, not, hers, and the
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vague- shadowy glimpse of a form Iobfained I persons follow the: lady, although, in are spies about him everywhere, ." to England, when l\IaJor'Starley-who '. '- ::!."O''i;:: < S,.L'i. ': t, y

was not Beatrice Cleabyrn, such a storm and in the, darkness; it Well, what. ": the Captain going' to had.been forced to resign-was dead,and C;- :;";;; '

and-I might. be confused by the'rain 'was impossible to be'certain. He was do 1"u'You'can ": the affair had blown over. They lived a I ;:'! ;00: cp 0--0._w, -,-. _--_--_
help him, Charlev, I said. long off however ="'I ;: ;jA$. _'
there others.It way and I only saw ::: ::: (1) "
if not were two a good deal disturbed at this '
but hearing ,
Your brother, goes down with the night them once or twice. "When met Mrs. "'I ."'I ._. S-: ,-+.- V
was a in vain to strain my sight being evidently at once convinced that goods, and I know Inst"lfe's: brother is .Laurenston leaning on her husband's --:(1)o =.' 'k.*-M-rf.i.y, .> '. ,-
I could and hear well founded. steward aboard the French E-- := R1u: _i.: .., .\ ,
ally longer ; see, nor my suspicions were: packet. Get 'arm, or Saw her riding in the pony carriage f =*c ,, -'- ;
mre,80 I returned to my duties, and 'He had not been long in my hut, the Captain down, with the goods and with some of'her ,six pretty chil ,AC(1)r-t-- 2 5 -!.'J.'l.I', i 1 (
smuggle him aboard., Here: this 'will dren why,J laughed. But ':J :: = --.. :X1V
in the morning might almost have per- and we were talking about'the' best once I could _0. =...... < .
make it worth your while As' I said ,not have laughed.-Chamber"*Journal.LAKE"B ;; :. !:!t..:::::' -.-'- *
suaded myself that all had been a method of first concealing him and this I drew' out the 'watch' and chain ts :.:..-.= .-; .c5 .. f'W ,j.
--- ::
dream but for the presence of the articles .; then getting him' away, when I sud- from my desk and pushed,them toward --- -' ..:..:; ;-: ;::'>-r.e C.-

which Miss Cleabyrn had ,left denly stopped in; my speech and listened Charley. His eyes sparkled, and-I' saw 00""; ::3= -rz :: ".-.. 4.
with me. at the door. the business was as good as done.. 'l _.c.... -_c:;'= .
and indeed feltbonnl What is'the :iLau- Charley made a feeble objection to I oj!., .. J c-<. :<: /< p---(II .
I felt at liberty; matter ? asked taking such valuables but there .-. -- ,. _.... "_
; was no ,
to take 'ray mother into the secret renston; time for of this kind he JEWELRY' "-< :: < V
fencing so. STORE I : r;;= ; ooI:
as her house, would probably be I heard a step of some one walk- picked the treasures, up and left, tellingthe : :; CO :.::;'

the place of refuge for the Captain, ing round the, box,'? I returned,,"andI Captain to go outside d wait under ... .. .. .. ,l o'r'.. Sa:! 0-: =-aHrs ;;:

but I did not tell her all I have now am sure there is a man on, the rails.. the'signal, .is' dangerous' eyes might be ; ( -:; 5a: *gglsBScs .9 c
Offers for the 5age
She not informed of'what I No has business there this upon the box. approaching Holidays a fine -< QCJ;; f : ._
said. was one ,any at The Captain took his advice, after assortment of Solid and Rolled o c..ctoo; =. ... '
well knew was the true reason'' for time. shaking my hand and saying, ."But SA *.s.Q ,
seeking me out and Jin- In another instant low whistle >.......
Miss Cleabyrn a what are you", going to have yourself; tTE"VVELR: .r.:: (1)... ::.: :; Q_ _
trusting rue with so dangerons a se was'heard. Waitress:: ? Well.never mind.1 will see W Q(1)Q'': --
They mean mischief," I said ; you to that ; j.ou'know I willdo so, I hope." I Ladies and 'Gentlemen's .w- :.::..:.flQ."'::1 tr"-
cret.The One thing is quite certain," I replied, .c -. ::. < .ti...
confirmedstudent 57
old lady who These _. .... "
was a are caged men are following c:: .
that I would not rob.Miss Cleabyrn of CJ; Q
Gold BS Silver := = "O:.=1

of the and had
newspaper, von her valuables if they were a hundred. : < =---S
long been interested in the, fate and The Captain turned pale, and thrust fold as valuable. Now, don't argue,Cap .= ;SC:: "' s..( ":)'

fortunes of the Captain, was glad to his hand into his breast.I tain, but go and wait where Charley tells CLOCKS OF ALL HINDS, :5. r.e > H
-I) C :::I'Z L ..
have the chance of being of service to guessed he had some con- 'ou. 9)) O gci '
weapon "
of Silver -. ,
With another clasp hand he Ware in
; my Large' 1
him, and arranged at once where he cealed there, so I exclaimed : That Variety, C- = .t.:'='a-, ,':
and I than I
went, was more nervous .t-= _... ,
should sleep. We had not much will not .do Here There is just ever remember to have been before in ECTACLES.- ...-C3"'l.;... t:::: r '

choice, our cottage being but of four one chance_ ; put on this coat and cap." my life until the engine,, came, and com =-:..<.:i5 0 co4(: c i'

rooms. They were those left by my mate- menced shunting," and then it was actually REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED =5 : 'H.S W.-S 00

My mate told me., when I went on ., Quick !I" I cried, I can near them worse. Every moment I fancied I REASONABLE RATES. -)_..I.So........ p (p IJ qs rTHE-.;w..>... s : V
( could hear a struggle, and I thought' the ..0IJJ .-. ...... : .
duty, that it was rumored at the coming Now, sit down and write engine had never been half so long over No ? .. CCDI"'t: -4 [J2

Chequers q qin that Captain'Laurenston! was anything in this book. Don't seem to its work. But it went away at last, and Fancy. Prices, to Pay for Style. O':

the neighborhood for certain and shrink from-" its puffing was 'still faintly heard in the 'Call and examine- my stock. FLORIDA

would. be caught, worse luck I It was A sharp rap at the door interruptedme. distance, when, without the slightest

impossible that he could get away, Before I could answer it the door warning and, the there door were of my the hut strange was thrown men WM- LAKE, 'fO'VK IMPROVEMENT COMPANY

there was such a lot on the lookout for was thrown open and I saw three men open ,
again. Centre Street. r
him. I returned some indifferent answer -strangers-before me. Anotherwas The leader exclaimed fiercely : Now, Fernandina, Nov. 14,1885.SOMETHING'. Fernandina. !
for, of course, I could not tell standing at some distance that I you, sir! where is the man who was here > i : I

him how terribly I could ,haye cor- could not spe l distinctly.. just now? We" are up to ,your tricks. NEW Towns on R. R. Line. ,.

roborated his tale. I could, however, Your name is Waitress," said the Where" is he" ? His
Hush said one of companions, And Cedar Key
and did echo his last wish at leaving, foremost, sharply,:'and with a quick and whispered to him. i .

that the officer might''beat all his ene- glance round a interior the hut. "No: proof!" he" exclaimed. "The ,I : I
We in 'of criminal and scoundrels all in '' 8 8 g '
mies. are pursUlt a are league together. A

It was again a soaking wet night; ?have traced him ,to this spot. Have woman with a man was 'seen coming.toward Offers to Lessees Purchasers a large
this box, and,where arethey? We -INWINDOW -
the wind had down, so that the seen stranger here ?
you any
gone will have them, and you, too, Mr.Signalman number of the most eligible'and desirable
rain did not drive as on the previous I have not been here all the even- if you attempt any tricks upon us." SHADES. I ; ,\

day, and there was no violence in the ing," I said, but no one has been here I could see that half measures or timid Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

downpour, but it was steady and except-Bill !I" I exclaimed to my sup- words would not,do, so I boldly-in appearance .MADE READY TO HANG. \
City or Suburban Residences
drenching enough. The usual passen- posed mate, have you seen any fellows at any 'rate, although I was. a ALL 3 feet wide by 6 feet long; Nickle ., 1

and goods trains had passed, and I hanging about here ?'* good deal frightened-defied him. I Trimmed, Stop-Spring Roller good grade of UPON EASY TERMS. : ''
ger told him point.blank that if I did know, Holland, with handsome Pull-Down, at the
grew nervous with expectancy.. No Bill turned half round, but the or could know, where the' "-persons 'he astonishingly low price of Liberal Discounts

idea had been given me as to when peak of his cap being drawn down wanted were, I should not tell him. JB@-'FIFTY CENTS'EACH.." on Values allowed, to

Captain Laurenston would make hisappearance : over his face and the collar of his coat The conduct. was the best I could have & parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
but I could not help being turned up, as was natural on I adopted; the party were convinced I These Shades come in different Colors t 3
Drab, Brown, Olive. Green,
"of the and etc. rial
knew nothing : fugitive, so enterprises, who willerect: on the '
would be about the such he disguised prop-
thinking same a night, was effectually -
went away. But after they were gone I -ALSO_ ,-
time as. my visitor had come on the especially as his appearancewas felt horribly nervous; it had been so erty purchased substantial :improvementsfor

previous evening, and I was right.I as I have described,so completely near a thing that I would not have A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE, "

took the precaution to turn my changed. He spoke with his pen in passed through the same excitement.. On Hartshorn's Patent Stop-Spring Roller. residence, or in which to conduct their

lamp down a little, so as to diminish his mouth, and said : About three again for any money. Across the Curtain about nine inches from business. t
ihis friends true to the bottom,is in ,
Charley'and were stamped Gold Fancy Dado,
\ for there hours there fellow the
tWftht was no knowingwhat
; ago was a
nine inches
their Shade
their ,trust. This, was greatly to deep. we sell for
eyes might be on the watch, andI gates that I didn't like the look of." credit, as there was, 'a large reward out, JS&SEVENTYFIVE CTS. INDUCEMENTS TO ,:MANUFACTURERS -
was standing at' the entrance (to my We have seen our man, or he has which they could have' earned by a few by exemption for a term of years from
hut, striving to pierce the darkness, been seen, since then," returned the words;and they had not been in love all Complete with Handsome, Pull-Down.

when I was startled by two figures speaker. Then, addressing those be- with the Captain's ,sweetheart) as I had J_ & T_ ZECSTIDID. taxation, offered by the several cities and

before I knew hind he said : He be hiding in been. Charley brought me note' on the
coming suddenly me. may towns. to
next day, written by the Captain on Apply
them. They entered, and I closed the those trucks," pointing to some on the board the French boat, and on the day :R. A.PS PIN: : CIIAS. W. LEWIS; I

door. other side of the line. following I got another from France ; so MANUFACTURER OF Fernandina.

Thank Heaven, you are safe so far, At that moment a man was really Laurenston was safe.I Tin .p"* Office. Duryee building (up stairs)

Oswald ?" exclaimed the lady-Miss: heard to. leap from one of the trucks took an early' oPIQrtunit.of'seeingMiss 1 Sheet-Iron, Ware corner Centre and First streets.

Cleabyrn, of course" and I know and to hurry along the road. I knew Cleabyrn as1 she was walking'I dear AND.. ,DEALER. IN
her home, when I told her how disposed -
you can confide incur friend Waitressso who it, was and that it was his 'duty to I of the watch and chain. She NOTICE.fOTICEIS '
I URt R rrI hn X T VB
I trust you are out of the toils." see'to 'certain arrangements! before: the looked at me with her old smile, which I \ HEREBY'GIVEN THAT

Yes," said the Captain, .turning to, train came through which would pickthem remembered so well-remembered then sold.i' the following described lands will be .
at 'auction
public on Monday the
me and grasping my hand. I knew, up. The man who was standing -why, I have not forgotten it. now' !- seventh day of June at' the City Hall,
have mv'own
him by his voice and by Miss Clea- apart also heard the noise and called and said I must way conciliating I II II I in the City Fernandinaor, so much thereofas
she would try and find a mode of
byrn's words but had we met casually to the others then, without another will be necessary to pay the amounts due
; even disinterestedness, and- ,
my for taxes of 1885 herein set opposite to :the
I assuredly should not have recognizedhim. 'word, they all hurried to where the she did so. 1 5. same, together with the costs of sale Land. ad-

His glossy mustache and full trucks were standing. I heard nothing for some few weeks of vertising: .

whiskers were gone, while light:wig t{ A near chance, that,'' I said, turn- any of the parties in the affair which M w i
hid what left of his dark curls. the but in had been so exciting to me ; indeed, Miss
was i I ing to Captain, stopped my left home !
I Cleabyrn must have directly NAME. I.oT. S AM'T.
I know I can trust him," he said ; "I speech from the shock his changed appearance after the interview I.haye justspoken; of, I ca ,

knew it the first time I saw his face.' gave me. He was deathly for I never saw her again-not for years, 1' --- l

But leave me not: dearest it will pale.I at any rate. But I had letter from her, 1n Ben, C :.........'....... 1 ......... ......... 79 $4.10 ;
; a thing 1 had never dreamed would hap-' Brundhill, H........ 18................. 9 3.41
only be for a time, a short time, ere, began to feel more uneasy in my to It dated from Boulogne, ME Cribb,D............... 10, 13,14,0.. 7' 14.06
we meet again. Thank our friend, new undertaking than I had hitherto pen where she me.had was arrived, she said, the previous Dozier, L..1, N i of 2...... 38 30.85

Waitress, and let us say farewell." been, especially when I heard another day, and after thanking me for my DorseyG.for Island, agent ,

Miss Cleabyrn offered her hand- step approaching and saw that some services, and,saying that Messrs. Primer, Of the Latestand Most Approved,Patterns. Lodge.......City..... { 2. .................. .25 ,6.28
there was such a ,queer thrill in my one bearing ,a light was coming to the her solicitors, had instructions to writeto 10........... ...... 17
''the letter was signed-I could ................... .
own veins as I touched it such are- me, COOKING UTENSILS, OF ALL KINDS, Dickinson, Mrs 7 39 !
hut.I hardly believe my eyes !Oswald Lau-, 1.1.S .............. f,29.............. ._ 268
calling of past days-and she said a thought it was a second search, renston and Beatrice Laurenston So LIFT, AND FORCE PUMPS 2................... 269
few words expressive of herg ratitude. and felt that we could scarcely expectto the secret was out-they were married. ..9, Old Town.. 7 30.85

These were only few ; but with her repeat our success. However, it was When I recalled] the little, scene in my WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Eppes, Thos.J...... 5................... 50 6.83 ;
......... ......
hut her" unrestrained fare- Freeman,.C. Wi of 13. 33 2.73
soft voice in my ears and the sight of only Charley Pearse, the night goods passionate, S E
her before I foreman who had down send well, I felt that I ought to have known it DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Friendshi P I'd ge { 8 (except ,
now swimming eyes me come to 'corner)....... 48 6.8.3
would have dareddeath, in her service. the trucks off, and had crossed over to then ;but, if I may. indulge in a' philosophical ON. :Hannahan,W. H...2................... 71 5.46
reflection I would that all AND IRON. ROOFS
say TIN 16............... 22
She then threw her arms around the my 'box to'tell me of a rum go he through life you are always looking back for Tin Gutters promptly filled. f 29, 30, 31, 32... 2 '

Captain's neck and strove to frame a had with some queer-looking strangerswho and blaming :yourself ,for not, havingseen Wind Mills for pumping water or running 1,34.............. ,9

. farewell but. broke down terribly, so had insisted on searching the more plainly the things which. were ,light machinery promptly erected on order. 3, 4. 5............ '10 '
and School Bells for sale
Church. Factory .................. .
that she passing before your eyes. Huot, c. H-.1 9. 23
for If had been civil said
a few minutes was hysterical trucks. they Well, this was nearly the end .of my at a bargain. 3................... 71 .
and I dreaded lest she might, Charley, with a knowing wink and nod, adventure with Captain Laurenston,, yet, .PI"" Stoves atWholesale Prices. 3................... 81 "
the various trans-
scream aloud and thus give the alarmto evidently directed at my companion, one or two incidents which remain to be pojtation All goods stations delivered within'at; the city free of [ 1, 5.6.7, 8,26, ,
any chance traveler or, it might be, I might have told them something told were perhaps as important,to me as charge. All sales for cash. : 2 27, 28.6 29 Old 5 291.81
3,4, ,
concealed watcher. But she but any that had gone before. There,was at SECOND STS. J aq est Otis...... { ,
any : recovered good; they were preciously un- CORNER 'BROOME AND "- Town........ 5 12.29
herself as quickly as she had civil, talking to ,me as if I was 'a nig- the end of our lane a cottage, somewhat Fernandina, Fla., July 12,1884. \Iaxwell. D.E...... 1.16.............. 29 49.14
broken dashed the from I them the larger ,than its neighbors, with quite 'a Morren, J: T_....... 'V I of 8......... 45 11.60
down, tears ger or a convict, so sent to nice of attached a great, ... _._
piece ground Robinson, E..... N.of 6. .. 52 5.80
her eyes, gave, one passionate kiss and Pike and Perchthis; was a beer- deal superior, indeed, to the others: Tom CT. .A._ ,RYDER Roux, Geo. S........ 6................... 18 12.29
then fled into the darkness. house some two miles offand so, y amazement; :Messrs. ''Primer, of :Lin-, .- Schuyler, R.S......1.......... ....._.. .51 8.19
dear said the know if in trouble and coin's, Inn, sent!down a clerk with the -PRACTICAL- Traypye. ,David
My poor girl, Captain you any gent's i title-deeds of this house and land, which } WHEELRIGHT and Thos...:...:{ 22....;.............. 17 5.46
with some hesitation' in his voice, wants to,clear out, now's the time. 1 : to ine" as from BLACKSMITH. AND '" 1.."......"........ 42 11.60
as he gazed after her, and yet I It was at once clear that Charley : were Captain actually Laurenston.presented CORNER, BROOME. AND SECOND STS. Williams," Ip e t err,{ 2, 3.............. 40 '6.76

know it would have been madness. knew or pretty closely guessed what I It made my,fortune,f.I may say: I'was H Williams. ,And'w { 4 (limits outside) 245 5.46

We were traced here, Waitress, for allI I was afoot. The Captain .looked anx- married to Patty within six months,and I AM NOW-PREPARED TO. DO, ANY Wilkinson,R.....:_ S 1 of 8 ;........ 79 10.10

know ; the watch' upon me has been at sudden withJierLhave: ,been thoroughly happy., and all work entrusted to Work my 'care-' Wood W. F...:..... 4, 5............... }16 16.38
close." iously me. By a inspiration ,But it was many a long day before I told promptly. Ship'and Saw-Mill WoodWork carefully Whiteburst, L. W. 4.............:..... 70 JO.92
very I saw how to make a benefit of her as much as'I 'have written here.. done at reasonable rates. Wliliams, L.......... S E-1 of 8....... 80 1.37
I told him how I fancied I had 'seen this new danger., "Charley, I ,ex-, The.Captain and his wife must have had .in all of its branches. at living prices I Owners:Unknown: 5,6,26............ 1 18.56

two persons when Miss Cleabyrn had claimed, this is Captain Laurenston, excellent information from some one in, and at short'rioticelHorseShoeing: I 2728, ,29......... 31.94
left box on the"previous night. the neighborhood of' what went' on- 'a Specialty., : 2, 3, 30;31....... .I ::2.58
my who thrashed the : You know
Major. .......,........ 5.46
Yes," he said, with a smile, "I :all about him, I'am certain, for we have 'which was easy enough, as the 'were.; on ,; Furniture repaired,repainted,stained .,..' ,a.. 1 2.: 13,. Old.

joined her at.the. foot ,of .the, ,bank. often talked about the affair." friendly terms with old Mr. Cleabyrn-* of varnished. Wire Safes' made to order at ,', '- r Town......._ 5 .9.t)9)
for they sent Patty a beautiful silk dress 'short'notice. -
But you must,have good eyes. Charley nodded. 'and an amethyst brooch -as wedding a S A share of, the'public patronage solicited., ,. ,' 1f".L ., 0. S. OARES%:

I explained that he misunderstoodme If he does not get away' to-night," I presents.. ., : I,,! ;l.-; Respectfully, ,, ; City Collector of Taxes.
; that I thought I had seen two continued, "he will be caught, for there. After a good many years they returned J. A. RYDER. Fernandina, Fla.,May 151886.J,'

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1 .1'Jl1LOIUnA .MIRROR, : MAY 29' l ali6. :,

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wrt THE FLORIDA .Mmuou this test to Pensacola T! WINTER HOMES IN THE SOUTh.DUNGENESS -
t : : :. lectejl.l. Apply -, but according perfectly with what ITEMS OF INTEREST.MR.

.. ,. which has an immense foreign\,exPort :: the location demanded in the sight
and Mrs. Salathel
t. GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. ;!trade and a very small import The summer visitor to the North liness and:'grandeur needed to give j!: Burke, ot
Neoga 111. have been
l.a r Subscription, 92 per year; nix. months >91. trade. According toy the Assistant cannot fail to observe the many elegant due'prominence,'where every featureof I r He is 37 and thirteen -
years. she
Secretary, the foreign export commerce and costly residences and..suburban _- its varied .style, projected against a year
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor younger, and they have nine
is not to he counted, but how homes in the neighborhood of the'sky-line: recalled the memory of children and fine

_ + a RATES OF ADVERTISING. much duty }has" been, collected on the sea-coast cities. As wealth is,acquired picturesque Old World places of his- sets of twins., among First them are four

+ a3 .r Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for imports-an absurd rule, under toric fame. a. pair of hors:;,
r r : the desire of the enjoyment "
insertion. ; then ,of
each subsequent a pair girls, then a pair
5 r Special local notices, 15 cents a line. which, if carried out, Pensacola of a beautiful.and :pleasant home: is Not less suggestive and beautiful then of
boys of
Y Reading notices,25 cents a line. would have to go to New Orleans to the grand hall the stair-case a pair girls, and the
felt-a where look ,
spot one can out great ,
advertisements appll
Special rate for time upon baby a poor, lonely little girl.
7 have its vessels cleared or take our the
cation at the office.Communications. ; upon some scene of interest and over-arching fire-place, the loftypaneled

local inter own port, which has an annual ton- be ceiling and the of IN March last Reuben Swank, Of
+ j upon all matters of beauty, it some lovely .landscape, largeness North

ti''i A, c est solicited from all parts of the county and from nage of over 300,000 tons per year, some view.of distant hill or valley, accommodation which suggests a Manchester, Ind., was pulled
i' along the lines of Florida railways.\ out of bed at .midnight led
line of
which has a semi-weekly liberal bv
All communications intended for publication or over the sea far away. Hillsidesor hospitality. Such a home as a

ti should be addressed to the Editor; all'business' ocean steamships to New York, and rocky bluffs, valleys or wooded Mr. Carnegie's is the embodiment of rope around his neck to the town

letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.&ATORDAY. limits, frightfully whipped
which has trade .
4, r= I x. _, --- a large shipping knolls are sought out. handsomeand good taste and good. sense. "- and
'J -
',+,1 MAY 29, 1SSG. with Great Britain, South, America costly villas are erected, and There are thousands of people in driven out of the neighborhood

ti ------ .-- and the West Indies, but which has this who have the of He has now begun. action for 810,000
something of the Old World, luxuryis country means

:/!:il JCB. YULEE'S LUCID EXPLANATION no occasion to import dry goods from seen in the princely residences making.such homes on the Georgiaand damages against eight of.his neighbors

silks wines from Franceor who are said to be implicatedand
l England, or which mark the homes of the rich Florida coast, and there, are innumerable -

1i 4;l We think that no one who has toys and glass from Germany. men of the present day. But in that places which could be. who are financially responsible.

;.ate carefully followed Mr.. Yulee's letter The Assistant Secretary proposes to changeable and fickle climate, where thus improved in our own vicinity.We A THIEF in Fort Valley, Ga.,hireda

:jJr, {"'I!I can fail to understand the true position ignore the outgoing commerce and summer is brief'and spring and fall have never ;passed up our har- little negro to go down the chim-

6.fI",:. of the railroad land question. look only to see how many dollars of unpleasant, while for half the yearor bor without, our mind's eye see- ney of a certain store and open the

t 1 It is very certain that at the time the duties are paid. We hope that be- more winter closes down with icy ing the beautiful hills which over- back door, promising him 50 cents

;4.!-tt\'jh 'I Florida Railroad system was inaugurated fore he commits himself to such an fetters and a leaden pall upon all the look Fernandina, the ocean and the and half of what he could carry

'!) I by :Mr. Yulee the State had no absurd plan he will take the troubleto beauties of green meadows and for- city, dotted with elegant villas, our away. The.boy went down several

: t1! !j means or credit, and that the plans obtain information. He will find est shade, and a dead monotony of harbor filled with steam yachts and, feet and then stuck fast and he could

ti.ti l: developed by him and which resulted that the commerce of Fernandina ice and snow and bare earth takes sailing yachts, the whole seaward go neither .way. He yelled for a

"' '!''1 (1'''il in the building of a trunk line from amounted in the six years from out all the beauty which so charms shore of our island, eighteen milesin long time before he was heard, and

i...,,1, J l i,'i Tallahassee to Jacksonville and fromFernandina '77 to '83 to 1,545 vessels arrived and the eye in the summer season, the length, covered with elegant resi- seemed very glad to go from the

rag;;. ;:;'If".1't iql I, ; .to Cedar Key were wisely I 1,681 vessels cleared during the same enjoyment of these suburban, homesis dences; and a pleasant social life en- chimney to the lockup.R. .

!: ;'<,(}::i.t.i.. ii j ; conceived and successfully carried period, 164 of which were foreign ves- comparatively brief. joyed by those who are so well ableto L. LEITER undertook to walk

10.1; !i1 "w> out sels that the value of foreign exports embrace and these I
4i:;; ; improve natu- i 400-foot'trestle
!i : ;! Even during the heat of summer across a on the Fort
:& tffl Before the construction of the railroad during the same was$1,543,574 ral advantages Mr. hasso
; years they are only.part: of the time'occu- as Carnegie Worth; & Denver Railroad. A train
; ; J. what was Jacksonville? An and the duties collected in the well done at 'Dungeness. "
:Y. i, year pied, and when: 'winter comes the'ii came, and the engineer was unableto
.: ; } town of 1882 the entire' ."I'
insignificant perhaps 1,500 would pay expenses before
: family returns tot the city home for a stop reaching the man.
i !t. !!, :, inhabitants, with a weekly steamboat of-the custom-house for ten years. RAILROAD. Leiter between
'ff. *v'Vfctfa season, and then of late years either dropped the ties and
: t i to Savannah and one steamboat He would further find the follow- That able and well-conducted
hi" *'" 3-A seek a refuge jn Southern .Europe jour- hurig down, but before the train
4' A; ; 1' to Enterprise. Her growth and ing official statement from the Chiefof nal the Pensacola Advance-Gazette
< :J. more frequently make an annual could get over him the jarring shook

'u'W ti, prosperity have mainly resulted from Engineers : The two jetties are winter sojourn in Florida. well says in its issue of the 25th him off, and he fell forty-five feet

l'.r tt.i3:I the railroad connections made by the expected to maintain a low-water May : -and
f This winter migration of the weal- V was killed. Over twenty per-
: *1i.4 Florida & channel of not less than from 20 to !
; 1 Railway Navigation sys- "
I senseless of railroad" is stood
% i I thy to Florida is now regularly on cry a supposed sons powerless and saw the
n .
W. J.r: 1 tl tem. What.was Gainesville; ? It had 21 feet deep. The draught of low the.increase. The well known names I I popular catchword, yet it is a little remarkable tragedy.

;: li .... not even a name or an existence before water, that can,be now. carried over that everybody i is in favor of a rail-
y,1'JI< 1: of leading 'society-- people ,are found WARDEN, McCoMB of the Califor-
road until it is built and its benefits and'advantages -
p; t : the railroad was built. What the Fernandina Bar in its unim-
t on the registers of the leading hotelsall secured. Then, and only then, nia State prison, at Fulsom, has been
JtfJI was Cedar Key? An uninhabited proved condition varies from 11 to
over the State. Having exhaustedby does opposition develop itself, and the men planning extensive improvements in
: island. What was Ocala? What 12 J feet,at. mean low tide, with exceptional who were before public-spirited and enter-
'f"1. t. j repeated visits the novelties of the prison grounds, and has had the
; 'A i' ;f' : was Lake City ? depths 1 foot greater,and a prising, suddenly become heartless land
f'r I the St. John's, Silver Spring, the hearty co-operation of Harry the
i : r: : In a late speech Mr. Call speaks ofTt mean rise and fall of tides of about sharks, grinding monopolists and enemies ,
Ocklawaha, etc:i they settle down of "the people,"albeit the"people's property convict gardener. At the height:
,J watered stock and of the Florida 6 feet.
,: under the shade of the broad piazzasof increases in value an hundred fold and the the work Harry's term expired, and
: 'f '! Railway &Navigation's capital stock Of the St.. John's: Bar the Chief people enjoy thousands of'facilities, ant\\' d- *
the St..Janles-or'Vindsor, or the though he begged ,stay;n.
::} r of twelve or fifteen millions, and of Engineer says : The plan contemplated t' vantages thatwould; otherwise be unattain '
San Marco or Isgnoiia, ,and-wliile, was sent to San Franciscb'a free man.
,,,bfr t '; its indebtedness of some eight mils the ,construction of two long able.We
away their: time of-waiting. Of late, believe giving railroads and publicmen Within ten. days a deputy sheriff
,ti lions. The Florida & Navigation jetties' from the
Railway starting
.' : : opposite getting tired of the old haunts, they their just dues-while the people's brought Harry back. IVe come to

m$ I system now represents 538 shores of .the entrance and extending rights, interests and prosperity should be "
yy4i 'f ,. > .'Io. have been trying the newer places of stay this time, General, he shouted,
:iJ,4 miles. At $25,000 per mile, a much seaward across the bar. It was in- I carefully considered and well cared for.
,t Maitland, Winter Park, etc. gleefully ; they ain't smart enoughto
,r \' L 1 lower figure than the usual estimate tended thereby to establish a mid- There is a great deal of bottom "
still miss however from the
They something keep me garden.
t 1r of railroad values, including channel depth of 15 feet at mean truth in this. It is easy for the dem- away
which would 'add a greater He had pleaded guilty to thefts
...: l. equipments, the value of the road low water. The usual ayailable.lpwr. agogue who has never contributed a
f charm to their enjoYlnent'of.Florida.. enough to get a very long sentence
,:' t 14, ...; !; ,.., i would be 015' .000,000. water depth over the bar. in its unimproved penny to a railroad or any other
t, f They'need the freedom and elegance within his beloved prison walls.
Ji ;f\ *; The wonderful growth of South condition was 6 feet, more public work to denounce the railroadsas ,. .
of home life, the pleasure of entertaining -
\j. 1., Florida is due to, the extension of ,or less, with a. mean'rise .and fall of land-sharks, monopolies, etc., and Shipments from This Port.
J and of entertained
'l. .t. the The tides of about there During the past week the following shipments -
;t;., railway system. people of 5 feet. are people thoughtless enoughor
: which makes the main
up pleasureof were made from this port via the Xew
.j;'Y. South Florida are not to be satisfied It will thus be seen that the Assis- selfish enough to follow their ex
I that social suburban life at the York steamship line:

d with a narrow-gauge road under the tant Secretary proposes to deprive a North. Some this ample. The people who wish rail- Per steamship State of Texas, of the Mallory -

w ',''11i f" control of a single company, but demand port'with 18 feet at.high-water of a appreciating are road lands forfeited are very likely Line for New York, :May 27-65,500
planning winterhomes mainly in feet lumber,1,000 logs cedar, 552 cases cedar.
;rR ij 'l the benefits of the broad-gauge custom-house: to transfer it to another "". people who wish to get the lands for 114 barrels rosin, 45 barrels spirits. 112
<( Orange county At St. Augustinefor 11
packages vegetables cases cigars 14S
1l-. : system which will connect them port with 11 to 12 feet at high water. themselves, and the same men will packages merchandise.:
there have been
,J:1>!.iIi e with all the rest of the world and The"factis, the reduction and con- years past clamor for having a railroad built
established such homes. But
; %} ; give them the advantages of competitive solidation of custom-houses is a nar- many with much wind-work. They wish Wanted.
still, the narrow confines of a city
An who
energetic furnish
man. can a
jr $ rates. It will not do to row and ill-judged It the railroads built that value mightbe
Irk-rl i: t cry economy." do not give the opportunity of establishing horse, to sell sewing machines and collect in

4 tt monopoly, and-sharks, etc. The would be a great hardship on the given to the lands, and then to Nassau county. Address
home which shall '
a ever WHEELER & WILSON b.G. Co.,
/!('!"; i'o 'I.",,,: people of Florida are too clear-headed commerce ,of Jacksonville and the be of interest and have the lands open to homestead. Jacksonville, Fla.
an object a place
},t 1 j1 and too sensible to be misled by the St. John's river to abolish the customhouse -
of location of "
enjoyment. The true
Mode Bro's'Vish
t :4 clamor the of the demagogue at that and it would A Cheap Protector.To
;,, 1 r t or sophistry port,
such a home is, not in, but in the the.EdituI"ftheMtrTor: to inform the public that from this
h when,their interests are conk be an equally;great l hardship to abolish date they will make Mondays their regular
neighborhood of our cities and towns. The Florida experience is that a pine special sales days,and will atfnonnce. through
,4 cerned. the custom-house .Fernandina .
.1+' 'tai r -- The villa of Mr. Mitchell,.of Mil house burns if it.gets,fairlyafire,and water the columns, the Mirror the goods to be

ABOLISHING'CUSTOM'nOUSES.. ,which, has the finest. harbor. on the .does.but)little to its extinction. Pensacola, sacrificed on that day.
i waukee ;i '
near Jacksonvil ,: .a: good Remember. art. the leaders and it
n Lj''r Florida Palatka..Ocala..Gainesville and Westare
Atlantic coast of and the
w Mr. Fairchild, Assistant Secretary. illustration of (what may be done;on makes us smile to see the lack of originalityin
awful examples of this idea
of the Treasury, has taken a very nar- best, with",ones 'exception,.in all Florida the river; but the best and'.most successful A.thriving- i..ldelas, sprung up* in .consequence our followers.Respectfully. ,

+ a ,-; rove 'view of the question of ports !of ,-which! has'falwaSs'maintained' a example of,the employmentof 'in.chemical extinguishers, grenades. MODE BRO'K.
'W\1 Leaders of Low Prices.::
t entry. He seems to think that'the large .coastwise : and: foreign'com? wealth refined etc. These, are advertised freely and''have
1J ,good judgment '
t'k" y are to be self-supporting institutions, merce, now increasing, andwhich: is taste has, been exhibited by:Thomas. some value,.but they t cost far beyond'a<< simple Notice to Contractors.
easily obtained and cheap compound Bids will be received the Committee on
j' the coast terminus':of, 600 miles of by
instead of of
t' ; adjuncts commerce. M. ,Carnegie, Esq;,, in .the .selection of .that, i(applied freely with any form of spray' Streets and City Improvements until June

{;, If the Treasury Department, proposes railway already constructed and is Dungeness as a location on which to. pump, will render our pine lumber' fairly .2d Creek for the repairs of Read's bridge mill across also Clark's the
ti fi the ''gateway of the of inco'mbusiible.Twenty near Colonel ;
to abolish all navigation laws : : peninsula .
place a really magnificent, luxuriousand plankwalk to Old Town.
and customs duties, there will' be a. Florida. winter home. Mr. pounds of common salt and four Specifications can be seen at Mr. G.Stark's .
enjoyable pounds of alum to the ,barrel of water. Only store.

w. sense of propriety in abolishing';the .,:JENKINS .JUNIOR_ quarrelled with Carnegie has created a.home at Dun- this, and nothing more. P. KELLY,
tk. #" custom-houses and collection dis Jenkins.Senior in a crowded diningroom geness well worthy the study of At Archer, in 1884,. five houses burned, Fernandina, May'27tl1.1886.

t tricts. If his communication is correctly and not forty feet away we saved two build- -
,Frankfort,. KY' ., and the. the wealthy capitalists who desire to
I ings with salt water and The For Rent.
he spray pumps.
reported, proposes to father threw a glass at his son's head. find in their the
own country means sides of the houses were charred, the rosin, The store recently occupied by. Funke's
abolish the customs-house at ..Fernandina Whereupon the son drew of enjoying life in comfort. and ele: Dry Goods Emporium. on Centre street.
i4, promptly fried out, but once saturated with the salt.

V: 1 1 ; which is the only port on his pistol and fired at' his sire. No gance. Having secured a' princely there was no blaze, and fifty small sacks of Fernandina, Fla., May 14th, 1886.G.STARK..

lift '. the Atlantic coast of Florida, which further harm domain historic salt saved the town. My experiments since
y was .done, but the old at a well-known
*& has depth of water to show the alum to increase the value of the For Rent.
t ,,.; carryon man seemed to be rather proud of point, where the good taste and liberal solution. 'Manufactories, depots etc.. should Two pleasant rooms in my dwelling-
a foreign commerce, and transfer his boy. He did right said he house Fifth .
to :: employment ,of means had already keep their barrels of water supplied with on street. .
it to which has a, friend. FRANK B. WAASNottce.
a port very little "He's.a .Jenkins, '
laid the foundation 'for future these chemicals, as one gallon of this solu

1 t depth :of water and no foreign commerce know-spirited,high strung. That's tion is equal to twenty of plain water as a .
development he proceeded to erect
the way he was raised. If a man The Tax Collector's office will be at E.
; ) to speak of. The Assistant fire extinguisher, and there will.not be the City
throws at my head, I suppose I'd a costly and elegant residence, suited mosquitoes bred in clouds as now. O. Friend's store. Third and Centre streets
Secretary seems to measure commerce have to kill him. I until further notice. O. S. OAKES.
: Yes,.the boy did in its style of architecture not only PRO Boo PUBLICO. Collector.

,r by the amount of duties col- right." to ,the requirements of the climate, I I .Archer, Fla... ".,May 25th, 18 6. .' Fernandina, Fla.! April 14,1886.

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Atlantic'Pavilion: : 1886. !=SPRING AND SUMMER 1886!
'MODE. ; BROTHERS: : : ,'T.

v (IN AMELIA.. 'BEACH';: .' ,.,,r' "-.
,.t .i : : J. &, T. .. K'YDD

This favorite Restaurant und Refreshment J I WHOLESALE RETAIL .
: Are now receiving weekly large shipments of
Saloon,on Amelia's famous beach. is now

open for the "easoti. after-having undergone Invite attention to the large stock of CHOICE' GOODS they now have on :New Spring! and Summer Goods E

thorough renovation. The !best ofservice .
a .
sale, and to the large inducements they are offering in every department.. ,
all times at reasonable rates.
at Which will be sold at very low prices. A splendid assortment of
At the bargains
ALBERT GLAIBER. present they are offering' following extraordinary :

Fern-ndina, Fla., May 1st, 188G. 50 pieces Superior Quality Checked Summer Silks at 38 cents NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS,
yard worth 50 cents.
per ; '
Special Sales Day. SILKS CASHUEBES": :
ON MOKDAY, MAY 31ST ONLY. 50 pieces Assorted Colors, Fancy Pattern Satines, at 18 cents
Nun's Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings, White Goods,
Fancy Holland Window.Shades 'yard worth 25 cents.
50 pairs per ;
$1.00 per pair; worth $2.00. Plain and Printed India Linens, LJnon de Deccas, Plain and
at Iti yards Fruit of the Loom for$1.00. 5 cases Standard Light Prints at 5 cents. Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles-

50 20 yards pieces White of Combination Victoria Lawn Seersucker fur$ 18 50 Patterns of Crinkled''' Seersucker at 18 cents ; worth 25. Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.

cents to sait a.yard; worth 25 cents; thirteen! yardsto 100 dozen Damask Towels: at $1.00 per dozen; worth 150. GnBAT ARGMn G S IN GBNT LADm AND BILDRBN' B OS mRY.I

worth line)of cen Merrimac ts. Cretonnes at. 18 cents; 300 Assorted! Parasols, ranging. price from 50 cents to $5. .

A full assortment of Colors of All-Wool lid A Line of Bathing Suits from $1 up. : OUR SPRING CLOTHINGHas
Bunting at 20 cents; worth 35 cents. ?
Kun's Veiling ut 12*cents; worth 20 cents. Cashmere and Shawls in all and shades""'at
grades ;
shades.A Zephyr pop- been received-a magnificent line, stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING,
In all popular .* KING & CO'S Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to order and fit gUaran-
line of Zephyr... .Shawls at $1.00" ; worth ular prices. '' teed. This is the Leading House in the United States for Custom-Made Clothing.

175.Gents' Linen Cuffs at$2.25 a dozen; worth 100 pieces Fancy Mattings, from 17 cents a yard to 40 cents. Although we have BARGAINS in every Department, the following are some of

30 cents a pair. '. Hose at 30 cents ; pair worth SPECIAL: :BARCAINS
MODE BEO s.Xotlce. 100 dozen Ladies' Lisle-Thread a ; --IOQR ,: I

50 cents.;; Two Cases BEST PRINTS at 5 Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cls.All .
Handkerchiefs at 15 FINE HEMSTITCHED LINEN -Wool Plain Black BUNTING at 20 Cts.
Notice is hereby given that all vessels arriving A small lot of Ladies' Fancy-Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35 Cts.
at this port oti or after the first dayof cents each worth 25 cents. VICTORIA LAWNS at 6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts
May, 1886, will be required to undergo ; Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.
inspection vessels at or Quarantine.steamers will That be inspected is,all coastwise at- 100 pairs Ladies' Glove-Kid Button Shoes at $1.85 ; worth $3.50. Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 cts.

Upper Quarantine on Tiger Island at or; all near vessels quarantinestation arrivingfrom 100 pairs Ladies' French Kid Button Shoes at $.285 ; worth $4. THE BATTLE SHOE, IN is Twenty CONGRESS Years, BUTTON ahead of cum AND BAL tiur,. AT 2.Kf\,

foreign ports at Lower Quarantine 300 .Gents' Seersucker Coats at $1.25 ; worth $2. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention, and carefully filled.
Ground, inside the Sound buoy. The quar-
antine grounds will extend from a point opposite iT- & 'I'. XYDD ,.
station on Tiger Island to the buoy in Northeast Centre and Third Sts.

Secretary of Board'of Health. '
Fernandina, Fla.:April 29. 1886: "
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Iii-Orders by mail receive prompt and careful attention. ... .


PAINTS AND OILS. 1V..ODffi: ::a C'S -+1* *


: 'i; Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. FANCY IMPORTED' GROCERIES.ONLY .

his Will Dental remove of. ,; PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.

fice, June 1st,
s. .t''residencenear block to his DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, #

the Presbyterian church-, -=I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES !=.- ,
for the coming 'Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets. -t ttt"
He will be pleased to meet his friends and
patients"at home," between the hours of 9 STOCKS .SELECTED FOR SPRING AND SUMMER: TRADE -- -
a. lu and 4 p. n,., and trusts they will not Victoria .Lawns, Persian Lawns, India Linens, Swiss 'Muslin; Figured NEW GOODS Received. by Every. Steamer.
besitate to call often.'Vlletl Swiss, Plain and Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded -- -
Piques, White Goods of all kinds, Laces and Trimmings,. Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA. FLA. I
You Paint MILLINERY (.Straw and Felt of all grades), Hosiery in large'Variety,
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cassimeres, Jeans, Doe-
Skins, Cottonades Cashmeres and Dress Goods.STATIONER GENERAL INSURANCE mrn REAL ESTATECHARLES *
USE -- Y--

II. W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare ;- CASH is a diamond of the purest water. For CASH ALONE I undephuv and ----AGE: 1 T C 'Y"-
undersell, and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD IX LOW PRICJ acknowledged to be of superior quality, and convince yourself. '*'*
and will cover much more than cheaperand Corner. of Sixth and Ash Streets.. V. HILLYER,

lighter brands.! Sold only l by t


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In papers or in bulk, at l / 1': 7 3* %_ = 1. Sc
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-AND- A.. B. NO YES, I .
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. 1
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
and Grain
Administrator's Notice. Hay Ship Stores, for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
All persons persons entitled having: to any distribution demands:againstthe /. FURNITURE SIGHS PAINTS AND CROCKER PENINSULAR RAILROAD. for OCALA. ,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL,RAILROADfor

estate of Beulah L. Whitney, late of LAKE. WEIR.
Nassau County, deceased,- are notified to THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.
present their claims,properly,authenticated, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE, ETC. For freight,passage rates,and schedules, or further information,apply to
within two years from date, or the same .
will be barred. R. W. S SOUTHWICK Agent,
Administrator. C. H. MALLORY. & CO.,
Fernandina, Fla., May 8, 188G. Gm N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts., Fernandina, Fla. Pier 20 East River.. New York. ', .. 51'fIlE .-,

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+ GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff G. W. Epperson. Lake Butler. MADISON COUNTY. DR. ;
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wh.Ii ; (1'tnt:
-' Collector of Revenuf-Bmiberry. Haynes; Judge-R. WithersPoonfadi;: -
United States Officers. Starke: son. FOR THE

J' .- LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.. Superintendent! 'ScJiools" -J. L. Hill, Lake Sheriff-S. A. Parramore, Madison. BENEFIT OF THE NEEDY, D BpsS

ittgister-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Butler. Clerk-John M. Beggs,'Madison* s'|?|4 ; TTTHERE ALL-WORTHY POOR PEO-

Receiver John F. Rollins Gainesville., .BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent. Schools=.-Samnel J'.Perry," r<'''' pie'will receive medical advice and K4
cr, ; County Judge-James .A. McCrory,. City Madison.- "- -.." ..' ., ,
r '4 'f+ tr Surve or-General-J. F. McClcllan.L Point. .. medicine free charge. mninei
"- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison.
u 1 x I DISTRICT CO BT.yu _, ; Clerk-A.,A., Stewart, ,,Titusville. Collector of Revenue B. V. Wadsworth Open every Saturday from 9 to 12 m.
f '' ,, ,Corner Fourth and Broome streets. 1m
.Sheri 1L E. English.Titusville'. '
r. i Jfqrxhttl-J* H. Durkee, Jackson, ..? r/o1eeturorRevtcie s J JF, Reed),Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY. - -
.ii1l.. x f. Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Superintendent of.Schnook-John H. Laws, W E. FRASER,
City Point. County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee.

INTERNAL REVENUE., CALHOUN. Clerk-Robert S.GriffithIal1atee., .: HOM "
Collector S.. C. Thompson. ., Jacksonville. Sherijf-A. S. Watson;Pine Level. PHYSICIAN,
th ,COLLECTORS' ,OF CUSTOMS." V-' County,Judge-William! Clark: "-y r Collector of Revenue-Henry E.
: J i f : *.; Clerk-James S.Fannin. .* ;3jt! ..v. '. Fon. Has permanently located at Fernandina,
r 1 > -Wm. Mahoney:: Feriiandrna.Edwin S/ur S. Stone. and offers hii professional: services to the
Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward
a Higgins, Jacksonville. r Treasurer-J..P..Richards. Pine Level. people of tin b place surrounding country.
John F. House, St Augustih'e.Ti: ; ; >..< Collector of'Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. Diseases of children a specialty.

yyy"1'r. Superintendent oj, Schools-. \\, G. Coxwell. : MARION' COUNTY.' ., ', 7xt-Can,be found,at the ,Tourist Hotel.
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f County
er b4: } ''' State Officers.f j Judge-J. Williams, Ocala.
CLAY, COUNTY. Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. .
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p.', 'i 4 1.4nr EXECUTIVE: :- .DEPIRTMENT.r. .t County{ Judge; -J. T: Copeland, Orange theriff-E. Williams, Ocala. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE_ ,

4' GOt.'ullor-&lward- A. Perry Tallahassee.Lieutenant .1. >. Park.' Collccor of Revenue W. P. TranthamOcala ,-
Clerk-G..N.Bardin, Green Cove Spring. .
Gov crnor- Milton H/ Mabry OMMISSION. MERCHANT
Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent Sch'ools-M. L. Payne, C ,
hl ,
:; Crawford -Tallahassee Springs.: E. Fort McCoy. -AND-
: :'Secretary a fStfitZJohnL.] -
Collector, Revenue W. J. Wilson:, Green ,
s' v .1' of : MONROE COUNTY.
'School': Geo.t W. Hall Manufacturer of ,Southern Pine Lumber
Superintendent of '' '' ,
Go7iiptrottcrY.. D. Barnes,Tallahassee.Ifoo.mrer .
Mcllae. County Judge-Chas.: S. Baron, Key West.:

.e' -E. S. Crill. co L mlB COUNTY.. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key ,West. ,BY THE CARGO, s
r Attorney-General 31* Cooper.Tallhaas- Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West.
it see. County Judge-W. M. Ives Jr., Lake City. Collector'of! ReenueInson S. ,Moreno, For Domestic, or Export. Trade,
;' Commissioner of Land*-C. L. Mitchell.Snperinfcnltnt Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.,' Key West. '

t' J 'S of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. P. Psirwell. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
cwt',. Russell, Jacksonville. Collector'of Taxes-W. Payne,'Lake City. West. ,
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'fr. ljILI'lnt-Gcneral-David Lang. Superintendent of Schools-W. A. Sheffield, NASSAU COUNTY: : 1

.i:1-4: SUPREME COURT<< r,, ,, Lake. City.. .. R. S. SCHUYLERARCI3ITECT.,
Cliitf Jwt'iceGeo.'Gi} McWhorter:> ,*- DADE., ". .dina.County Juclge-Hinton J.. Baker, Fernan-. .

AMociatf Ju. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner.
,hassee. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina.
Associate.flutice-lt. B. Van Valkenhurgh' Sheriff,( "Win. M. Mettaur. Assessor of>Taxei-\Viii.; H.- Garland,'l"et-' DESIGNS' FOR BUILDING OF ALL
.?j Jacksonville. Treasurer Wm. Ewan. nandina. with Plans; Details, Specifications -
Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret'elwe-C urles Peacock. and Superintendence..
Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott Fer- :

a:14: CIRCUIT JUDGES. .. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina.Superintendent. -, .

Fiat Circuit-.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge William A., McLean, Jack of Schools-'John 'Ow ns. 'JAMES McGIFFIN, ..

*''1 d i sacola. v' sonville. / ,J. Evergreen. ;
+ ?: I II lyr v.'Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahassee. Cl.erk"ThomaS'- E.'Buckman,Jacksonville.Sheri County suree-Gustav'' Stark, '''Fernan-I CONTItACTOR AND'' BUILDER' I ::.: .

y ,I -Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. ; '. J'
,u Third Circuit-f:. J. Vann, Madison.' Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. Alachua Street, between 'Second and Third,

Jacksonvile. l : : sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando FERNANDINA.. FLA. THE ABOVE CUT IS ON EVERY PACKAGE ..
Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. .

'' =:. Thomas P. King, Gaines Jacksonville. Collector of Revcnue-2-F.: T.: HardemanJ'Orlando. E. -,, ;::Orders and estimates from a distance carefully OF'WOOLBET'S
ville. j > Superintendent of Scfwols William H.Bab- ', .'.d : 'dd" >.i : 'iI'>ri ':, "<*, attended,to:" :25-t

." Sixth 'ircILit-H. L. :Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville... .... Superintendent of.&hool3-JoJn"T';'Reeks? --- -r- !-77- .,r ,
t't4t 1 "Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. '
-Q, .. ,- ,.. ..,.. .. ESCAMBIA. Orlando. W. K. BAUKNIGHTv :
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:, rt Surveyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando.
J ,,} tt 1t County Judge Walter Tate. AGENT,
,,, s 1 Ccurt. ,Calendar. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. a 'TreasureriCW: : Jacobs, ::, Wilcox. '. -}j : "WHOLESALE-. AND .RETAIL "

FIRST CIRCUIT. Sheri/Joseph Wilkins. POLK.
Ai. Fall'Terdn'r Treasurer-J.'S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner.: .1'" ;v ,BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, > :DOMESTICKALSOMINE.

; Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palmes. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. ANDDealer

t, Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff( W.'H.:-Jonson. in Ice

;R '4 Holmes, 2d Wednesday after, Monday, FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM
1t1L+ 1 1/ in October.. } ; / Collector of Revenue-J. D. Tillis.
1t Washington, Monday after4th'Monda Y Countg'Judge-Robert4'G. Baker. iClerkJ. | Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy. STREET WHARF, I
A. Atkins.
& .
4';: > in October. ; -n.' ,
;t Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. r.t. .'.: PUTNAM COUNTY. ,- .,,.> t-ft. FERNANDINA- FL L.

October. Trea.mrer-R. H. Porter. '!:" . ... ....
-Judge of Probate T.8 Hough ton,-P latka. '' '.,
I Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenne-GeoTge A.iPatton., Clerk-W. F. Forward. Palatka. "
This act amended section 2 of act of )Feb:. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. ,

*' w; rl arr' 10,' 1879,.and, does ,not change the G.\DSDEN..r ; Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. USE NO OTHER.-

e,a .Spring Term, County Judge-J. It..Hams." *" Superintendent Public Schools A. J.'Wood, ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES. ,

THIRD CIRCUIT. Nicholson. i Palatka. .
Clerk-Augustus ,
b t Spring Term- Sheriff ':'Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY. For Sale at Manufacturers', Prices ..- .. .
1st after 1st in ; ::.HH.d. .eitLA1 "'.'J, t
f Taylor, Tuesday' Monday RKimbrew. ; : {r .1.
Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John Perry. ,
April .Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan Sheriff B.A. Tucker, Perry. -ALSOATTACH"ENT8 -- : ..'
'Madison 2d [ .in ApriL. ,
Superintendent! of School*-C., E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. of every description, and
Hamilton 4th in
Superintendent o1Schools-T..J_. Faulkner. for Sewing ne, '
any ct
W Suwanee, 1st ,Monday after 4th.onday, HAMILTON COUNTY. J ,. ,
in April. /udge-Samuell\IcInnis, Jasper. S ,County y"l Treasurer- DS.:: Sutto ;P! rry.,*'/J, t -, .. : ', for. sale,, "' ', y!,!, cEo.

7'.r Columbia,.3d Monday after 4th Monday flel'k-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper.. I County Su-veyor-D. N..Cox, Perry., ,. !lr Old- 'Machines" repaired ,at moderate- F. LEWIS

in Aprilr Sheriff Sampson Tavel, Jasper.CoUer.tOT Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee Perry. prices. : ,
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday
of Revenue-John H. Lee. SANTA ;:ROSA .'. < ; : ,HENRY HOBEIN,
., April. Superintendent of School-J. N. Reid, Corner Third and Ash Streets,
Fall Term.Taylor County Judge- Chain. AGENT FOR
Jllyi, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.7re.asurerRobert 8, Fernandina. Fla.
t, 14r October. Robinson.

lkt1' Madison, 2d'Monday in October., County'Judge-'G, V.t Ramsey, Brooksville. ,Collectorof Revenue-lV4J. Williams. TOURIST ,HOUSE
Id 4 ,+ +.- I Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law\ : Brooksville. Superintendent?, of Schools-David ,Tinner.. ,

; ,Suwannee..1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff,J. A. Jennings, Brooksville.
,err,.. i Yt ifl October. ; Colleetorof Revenue=Jno'.EI:King Lecanto. t ., ,- ,
Assessor To.xcs-J. F. Shands ..Brooks'Superintendeiit County Judge-M. .R.? Cooper, St. Augus '
t'Jr ,g4 Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th' {Monday of tine. NOW PEN : CITYWRITE
'IClerkBartolo '>
October., _, xi11e.A "
+ ; ": '? of Schools:-W::'C.'Zimmer-: F.Oliveros, St; Augustine.Sheriff -
to Lafayette fith' Tuesdayafter! :, 4thf Monday I
+J } .,. Ramon Hernandez St.: FURNISHED AND: PAINTED .
l ,
!$ in cto ber. "* man,!Floral City. ,. Augustine NEWLY
' &{L 51 Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, First-class accommoda. : : LEAIJAND -
1'' + Spring Term .t rT Augustine.
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} i St. John's. 2d Tuesday in March. r County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent Schools-Peter'S.. Arnau, TERMS &2.OO PER DAY.
Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St.
Augustine. -= .
4th in March. ; "
Clay, Tuesday ---r.'jh1 r'' .fq. !
Sheriff J. P. Martin % the week
B-adford'lst Tuesday in April. SUMTER COUNTY. ; Special arrangements by or
y- ti a { .of Revenue, -' J.. .Martin.HOLMES. month.
tp J. It Steele
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April.J County Judge- Leesburg,
q. r Nassau; 3d Tuesday in April. .- ; Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sumterville. ... W.' "- G." ELLENWOOD' 'READY-MIXED PAINTS

, .' 'M''t ; Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sheriff J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. 10 Proprietor.
J r, i ?'i'wwt Fall t Collector of 'Revenue I. N. Withers Lees- .. ',. .. fi ,' .. _
Term L
+ i Clerk-,T. H. Pitman! -: .m. r. :ni .1.T v'L j : -u 'j I---- ,
;r St. John's 2d in burg., i :
f 1 Tuesday September. Sheriff":Thomas N. Ellis.
If rs Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. ,-.. 'Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Venable, THE _OCEAN HOUSE,

'.t Bradford, 1st Tuesday October. "',, Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. Sumterville.
4' Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. i Superintendent of School-=Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. (FORMERLY THE IDLE HOUR)

p' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-M.. W. Phillips, Live Oak. '

ti Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. ON AMELIA BEACH,'FEBNANDINA, FLA, !INDO W ULASS S

FIFTH CIRCUIT.. n I" County Judge-George F. "Baltzell.- SI&eriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
--,' J f tClerk-Prank Philips..
w Spring Term- '.r Collector of Retenue-Wilson H. Sessions, ,
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March., SitiTiff'"Andre\\: Live Oak. NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.

,, ;A 'ti;- Clarion, 4th Tuesday,in.March. ., .. 7reasurer-James E.= Heam. Superintendent of Sc-hools-A. W. Mizzell, ,
'Collector Revenue
w B. Anderson -
Putnam 2d Wei born.
Tuesday,after 4th Tuesday hi
Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Erwin. .
r I Marcli. 0 VOLUSIA COUNTYOottnty.TudgeJames THIS HOUSE, FORMERLY"SO POPU- :' ',!' :, :

.I Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th .Tuesday' JEFFERSON. ,H. Chandler, Enter with the public, located 'near the

y i S March. I County Jtidge W..B..L8mar, Monticello. prise. Strathmore Hotel and the Railroad Depot, PAINT BRUSHES
t Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday, Sheriff...:..D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J."Faulkner, 'Enterprise. has been fitted up as a first-class refreshment ,
R in April saloon for the accommodation of the travel- .
l ; i Clerk-W. C.-Bird, Monticello. Sheriff..Barton.F. Brooke,Enterprise. .
"' { 1 Fall nnSumter- ,: Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. ing public as.well as the home people. .i+i-t. S. .S' _R

, ; .r ya 1st Tuesday in October. 'Monticello. Superintendent of School*-B.F.,Fox, New SHELLAC.
; t; Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Smyrna. COOL LAGER BEER, .. .
"1 '
VL'f Putnam 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. FINE LIQUORS AND SEGARS '. ', '., '.:

7. I Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. i Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon
d. A Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. County Judge-R. S. Smith. will be made specialty, A SODA-WATER HARD OIL

r at in November. Sheriff CharlesS.AlligoodCrawfordville. STAND will also be run In connection with sRAW'AND
4: I SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. the institution, for the temperance people. i

'' Spring Term- County Judge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, CLAM CHOWDER AND LUNCHES at

: r' Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff C. S. Weathersby.ClerkNeal Crawfordville. all hours. ,
Volusia 3d in A. New County Treasurer W. ,W. Walker Craw ; BOILED'LINSEED
Monday Februrya McAlpin, Troy. BATHING SUITS TO LET.
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. .. .Superintendent Schools-J.C.RamseyNew fordville. Give us a
Dade, 3d Monday in April. Troy. Collector of Revenue. J. Pearce, Craw- call.JULIUS, KLOTZ Manager.
loll Term County Treasurer- A. L. Morgan, New fordville. OIL.
,I + t ( Orange, 2dMonday in August. Troy. WALTON. "
I Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town. ILL-HEADS. NOTE-HEADS, LET .,' : i .

re It Brevard. 4th Monday in September.. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch.LEON County Clerk-Judge-Daniel D. G. McLeod.McLeod", Sr. ...D ter-Heads, Cards, etc., neatly printed i
t Dade, 2d Monday in November., --' 1 at the MIRROR office i
',' COUNTY. Sheriff -John C. McSween/ !

County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. Treasurer-James E.'Bowers.
County Officers. Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret.'enue'V..'B. McLeod.. FOR SALE
.f ALACHUA. Superintendent of Schools-C. C. Gunn. :
. t "* "" fUerk-C..A.Bryan, Tallahassee. .

' >, ,. 4 y. J County. Judge-Junius C.. .Gardner. Gaines-. Tallahassee.Superintendent of Schools-Henry.N.Pelkel" WASHINGTON.- *-THE- ..'" .:., .

., ;t $ 4J ', ,Clerk-J. A. ,Carlisle,' Gainesville. easurer-J.: L. Demilly Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm.''B. Jones.. _.. .:Domingo Acosta. Grant, All Shades 50 CENTS per Package -
F ., ,.'.SMriff-S. C. Tucker Arredondo. Collector of.RevenuC.. C. ,Pearce, Talla- Clerk-D.-D.r Melvin: --
J .; .+ : Collector Q} Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gainesville hassee. Sheriff S. W. Davis. ,-CONTAINING-

; 1 : .. LEVY Trea.turer-Thomas J. Miller. of Five. Pounds.:
,COUNTY. '**!! -"* *'
Superintendent 'of Schools,-W. N. Sheats Collector of Ret"e1tue-Jobn Roche.
"' .Gainesville rk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent / ',-f' !
&hools-HenryBnsh :
t.of .
Sheriff W. H. Bigham, Bronson. ,
? Collector of Revenue W. -Anderson, JOHN'S RIVER AND .
4 1 County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key. -
r. Clfrk'"'":">F.J. Pons Sr. Sanderson. "SuperirJettdel&tpf T UCY COTTAGE. DUNN'S CREEK.
ScJiools-Jas. P. DePass
t Vanbuskirk F.
? W. SandersonM
R 1 Sheriff-'J" .Bronson. J ,
Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- Seventh'-St,*near Egmont Hotel l, The property adjoins of SAN .
LIBERTY. ,MATEO and offers of the
ersonf" .# one best landings -
ir Superintendent of School*-Wm.. Lessen, County Judge-R. F. Hosford. ,... FERNANDINA. .FLORIDA. .on, the St.John's River. It has a front- .
+ anderson. Cl.erk-A. Wooldridge.. age of two miles on Dunn's Creek. No. 4o CENTRE STREET
I ; BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriff-D. G. Harrell. :; :' Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,with Titles direct from the Spanish Government ,.
i ,Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. '*! or without boardTable Boarders :will'be; to the original'owners.r* "
.I County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of R.cvC1tue-J. G. Wilder. T. A. ACOSTA Adm'r.'
1 accommodated also transient. ,
f Clerk-Henry F.York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of School*- .T.J. Gregory. 2 Miss; LUCY O. THOMPSON. H. H. LINVILLE, Attorney. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.


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SEl\- S rid 11OUTE. ; :: -: ; I -- train on Withlacoochee Branch for Pana. ff- Pullman Palace Cars: between Savannah and't
kee,leaving Wildwood at 9.35 a m; at Waldo with Tampa,via Gainesville.
'' .,' 1'0.12 from Cedar Key:and Baldwin. with No. Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville and
: EITAIi 4IBI1ED 1875. 6 to Jacksonville and No. 9 on Western Division Washington.

j i i for all points West on that division; at Callahan Through Tickets sold to all points by rail'add .
THE KEY LINE STEAMER,;:., -- with Fast Mail for all points East. steamship connections and baggage cheeked .

I 'I It. .. 0 No. 4 is night train through from Tavares to through. Also Sleeping: Car berths and sect >Di .J
1'I 1/ anHORSEY MEDICINES Jacksonville connecting with Tavares Orlando i secured at Company Office in Astor's build f.g../ -- '
I 1 f : &Atlantic train with Sleeper from Orlando; at 82 Bay street and at Passenger Station, and o.
.\ I t .. :. ;: ,' i Waldo with No. 22, afternoon accommodation board People's Line Steamers "H.B. Plant" and\
: : 'i.
II. .'' { '. I train from Cedar Key, and at Baldwin with No. \
']' .': ', !... Chattahoochee. and De Bary-Baya Line Steamer ?
: :.j3 t: '('l ::' :::.e, ..:" & CO. I 20 Fernandina. "City of Jacksonville.. -" e

,, : .. JAS. L. TAYLOR,
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,1"- General
: ; ',: : 1 : Fernandina & Jacksonville Branch. Passenger Agent. \
( -'fF \ ,, -: B. G. FLEMING Superintendent. <
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ST. NI.CHOLAS', >;,,,-: [ .; '. GOING NORTH{ Week Days: Sunday.Lv -- )

M. USINA MASTER. ..'1 ... :.' ,- -t.f\. '.]<. I I PHARMACISTS 1= Jacksonville 9.25AY 5.00px 9.00AM 5.35 P M Florida Southern Railway Co. J \
CAPTAIN Ar Fernandina. 11.00" ."
: 6.10" 10.10" 6.45
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RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. .:. .;''"., '';';''.f.",,". : e..o"(,.. ,t. "'._, rHo..; :'.". ; : Centre Street. Ar Lv Jacksonville Fernandina. 7.00A 8.10 It 4.25 2.45AX II\I" 5'10 4.00PM II GOING SOUTH.

..FLORIDA Hast Jail Ex. Accmn'n
Daily :
,'.' ...,'. "',.!"f':."_ ".... .". ''. ."". .. ; Daily. Sunday. Daily
regularly between Fernandina hand Withlacoochee Branch. Palatka..Lv 10.00 a Lv 3.30 p .....__....
PLYING Savannah upon the following constantly a fine assort- Junc.J.T.&K.W\r10.15a Ar 3.40p _..?..?.... _
; :.: : : ment of FRESH and PURE FOR- GOING NORTH. Interlachen.....?..Ar 11.07 a 'Ar 4.15 p ....._.....t
schedule.LEAVE. '. and ,DOMESTIC r f GOING SOUTH.Lv Wait's Crossing_...AT 11.43 a Ar 4.52 p ......_...... '
FERNANDINA every Sunday, .. ., .r .1.;, "'.) '. St.Catherine 4.00PM I Lv Wildwood.... 9.35AM Rochelle..........?.Ar12.06a Ar 6.13p _.?.__.. _
Tuesday and Thursday, upon arrival: of "Panasoffkee. 5.20 j Ar Panasoffkee 10.10 Gainesville....._._AT 12.45 a Ar 5.40 p ...?...... V
and Chemicals Wildwood_... 5.50 1 StCatherine11.10 "
morning train from Jacksonville arrivingnt .. .. Gainesville ...._._Lv 11.30 a Lv 4.40 p _.... ......
Savannah the following morning Rochelle...._.....Lv 12.21 a Lv 5.13p 6.55 aiieanopy.

LEAVE SAVANNAH every Monday.vincsday opathic and Patent Medicines, '-, ) .._...................._ ............... 7.15 a
\\ and Friday evenings i reaching i CONNECTIONS.At Evinston_......... ..Lv 12.43 p Lv 5.3'p 8.20 a ;1
Fernandina he following mornings. ) and Fancy.Go-ods Callahan with Savannah, Florida & Western Loehbie..Lv12.55p: Lv 5.40p &.50a
all Railway for Savannah :Macon Atlanta OC'ala.T.v 1.52: p Lv 6.25 p 10 00 a
Connections at Savu'pah.ith raij\ Charleston *Welshton............Ar' 2.15p Ar 6.44p'1.22p
Washington, Baltimore New York
line,,.'1I11 with I. Ocean Steamship and Boston rM.f' : ,, i TOILET: ARTICLES I Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and all pointsWest South Lake WeirAr 3.05p Ar .7.27p 2.Sp:
&.Savannah: vessels tb and from' New I Yorkan'd' t \ and Northwest Conant...............-Ar 3.14 p Ar 7.36 p 2.481'
Burton;! and :at Fernan'dina'! ; wjth trains: I ;I J ; ', :. : ; .; At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha River steamers 1.eesbuX..Ar 3.53 p Ar 8.02 p 4.20 p
rid pointsr"v .' i': .'.,: '. .. ./ .I SOAPS, ETC., ; at St. Catherine with Florida Southern Rail- Center Mill..:......Ar 4.21p ...?......-? ...?._......
for'\II''l Is now receiving in way, for Brooksville Bartow' and Tampa at Pemberton's F'ry..J\r 5.12p .?............ '.?.._......
A. o. IN GREAT VARIETY. Orlando with South Florida Railroad,for Sanford. Brooksville........_Ar 6.10 p ....._........ .....__....
Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., *Dinner at Welshton at 2.15 m Supper at
Lakeland and Tampa;at Cedar Key with Steamer p ; .
Fernandina, Fla. Physicians' Prescriptions Governor Safford, Sunday, and Wednesday. for 6.45: p m.
1) E. MAXWELL I with at :Manatee and Tampa.' St. John's & Lake Eustis Division.Fast .
General Superintendent CITY compounded pure Drugs,
prices. :MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Mail Mail Daily Ex.
Fernandina, Fla.NATURE'S Steamer leaves Jacksonville Wednes- Daily. Daily. -Sunday.

days and Saturdays express at 5.10 m.,connecting with Leesburg.-...........Lv 4.00 p ....._........ Lvll.loa
TARRANT'S the elegant steamships of the p. Mallory Line sail Fort Mason........_Ar 4.50p ............... Arl245p
-ins- ing semi-weekly for New York direc' Fort Mason.......................?' Lv 9.20: a .............._
f EFFERVESCENT SELTZER Eustis......?...........Ar 5.05 p ,Ar 9.30 a Ar 1.00 p
CURE FOR APERIENT. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Tavares................Ar 5.35 p Ar 10.10 a......?.?.?.
Lane Park..Ar 5.45 p Ar 10.25 a..... .. ..,..
RAILROADS. Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville 9.25 ? ?
CONSTIPATION An elegant, efficacious, SUMMER Wednesday and Friday,connects with the a. m. Altoona..Ar 6.45p ........._.... ._...;.........
p pleasant aperient, in the Steamer St.Nicholas-inside route for Brunswick elegant Pittman._........ ..Ar 7.04p ..... ....._.. ...........?..
producing Darien, Savannah, connecting with steamers for, Astor..._...............-Ar 8.10 p ....;.......... _.............
when in
water -
an exhilarating, effervescing Railway & Navigation Co. Baltimore Philadelphia, New York and Boston. GOING NORTH.Mail

'' draught, recommended CUMBERLAND ROUTE. Fast Ac.Daily
>j' by our best'Physicians Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville daily at Dailf. Daily. Ex.Sun.

1J as 'a' reliable aud FOREIGN AND IN EFFECT MAY 3,1886. 9.25 a. m., except Sunday, connects with elegant I Astor.................._I.v 7.00 a............... ...............
),agreeable remedy. It cures Steamer Thos.Collyer,for Brunswick,and through Pittman_............Lv 8.01 a.ltoona. ............... ...............
a. Constipation, cures. Indigestion CENTRAL MERIDIAN TIME. trains of the East: Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia, \ ......_..... .Lv 8.20 a............... .?........_..
.1 cures Dyspepsia, ? and Brunswick & Western Railroads. Lane Park..Lv 9.00 a Lv 4.Op: .....?........
4 s" cures Piles; cures Ileart- slower than'Washington, D. C., and 33 A. o. MACDONELL, Tavares....._.........Lv 9.10 a Lv 4.35 p ............?.
s# burn.cures Sick Headache, faster than Jacksonville Local.) General and Ticket Agent: 'Eustis..Lv 9.40 a Lv 5.20 p Lv 1.20: p
cures Liver- Complaint, O WALTER G. COLEMAN, Fort Mason.....?.._Lv 9.5.a Ar ".4.')p Lv 2.00 p
Sick-Headache cures Sick Stomach, and DRY C } WESTERN DIVISION. General Traveling. Agent. Leesburg..Ar 11.00 a............. Ar 3.35 p
gently urges all the excre- F. B. PAPY, Main Line.
AND tory organs to a proper ac Traffic Manager.D. ,
GOING WEST. No. L No. 9.
tion. It should be found E.,MAXWELL, lbst Jail Daily Ez. Aceom'nDaily.
in every household, and Jacksonville............... 8.00 a m 3.00 p m General Superintendent. Sunday. Daily.
O Y S P E P S I A 1 i carried Lby every traveler. !... Baldwin.................... 8.45" 4.10" Brooksville........._Lv 8.O: a ............_. ..._..........
--- AND- Lake City................. 10.10" 6.03" Pemberton'sF'ryLv 9.40 a............... ...... ,......
StUd by Druggists everywfiere.- "" ? i
Live Oak_.................. 10.59" 7.04" Savannah, Florida &Western R'y. Center Hill..Lv 10.25 a ._........_.. ......?.......
Ellaville.....?.............. 11.28" 7.45" : Leesburg..............Lv 11.05 a I.v 6.3.' a ....._........
MACHINESA FANCY Madison_.................. 12.01" 8.35" Conant ................Lv 11.34 a Lv 7.00 a..:............
Drifton_..................... 10.05 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. f
THRESHING South Lake Weir..Lv 11.43 a Ly 7.06 a...............
SPECIALTY. Monticello................. p m 10.35 p m *Welshton..Ar 12.12 p Ar 7.24 a...............
All trains of this Road are run by Central Stand- Ocala....................Ar 1.00 p .Ar 8.14 a...............
Simplest; Most Durable -CONSISTING IN PART Tallahassee_.................1.07 p"m 12.00 ard time. Lochbie...............Ar 1.53 p Ar 9.04 a.....?....?..
Economical and Perfect in use. Wastes no Quincy _...................... 1.52 a m Evinston ......?......Ar 2.07p Ar 9.1-1 a Lv 4.53p {

Grain; Cleans it Ready for Market. River Junction_......... 3.25" TIME CARD IN EFFECT.MAY 2, 1886. MicanoRoehel ............................ .............. Lv 5.4.')p
& Horse Powers e...............Ar 2.35 p Ar 9.37 a Ar 6.30 p i
Threshing Engines Piques, Victoria Laws, No. 1 makes close connection at River PASSENGER TRAINS will leave and arrive Gainesville .....?...Ar 3.20 p Ar 10.05 a'..........._.
with train on the Louisville & *
Saw Mills' and Standard Implements for New through Orleans, and all points South- : Gainesville ..........Lv 1.5.p I..v 9.0.' a.....?........ ;
Generally. Send for illustrated Catalogue.A. Plain and Dotted arriving at DeFuniak at 7.25 Pensacola NEW ORLEANS EXFBESS. Rochelle...............Ar 2.25 p Ar 9.30 a ....._........ !
; :Mobile 2.25 and,New pm.Orleans at Leave Jacksonville................................. 7:35 a m Wait's Crossing.Ar 3.14 p Ar 10 00 aInterlachen ............?..
B. FARQUHAR, Checks and m, a m., Arrive Jacksonville................................. 7:30 p m 3.5.p Ar 10.33 a ..........._._
Pennsylvania Agricultural Works York Pa. Tape Stripes, m.connection is made at Flomaton for all Leave Callahan....................................... 8:18am June J, T & KW..Ar 4.37p Arl1.20a ...............
-, North and West arriving at :Montgomery Arrive Waycross..,....................................10:15 a m Palatk ............... 4.50 p Ar 11.30 a ....??.?.:..
Light Prints (Suitable for Nashville 7.26; m Evansville 2.30 m Arrive Brunswick via B & W R R............ 1:50: p m Breakfast at Welhston at 7.34 a m.
University of Virginia. am 8 ,m Chicago 7.05 p am,,Cincinnati 6 35 p am., Arrive Thomasville.........."...................... 1:37 p m STEAMERS A. J. LANE AND DISPATCH
: 1 has p ,Sleeper, which runs through from Arrive Bainbridge_..:. ;..........................: 3:35 p m
The Slxtj.Third Session BEGINS OC- Irish Linens, Table Cloths, to Montgomery without change. Arrive Chattahoochee._........................... 4:04 p m Make daily double round trips of Lakes Eustis
TIBER 1, 18S6." Thorough instruction in 9 makes close connection at River Junction Arrive Pensacola via L& N R R_...........10:10 p m and Harris, touching at all landings.CONNECTIONS. .
.' Towels, Napkins Louisville & Nashville train for Montgom Arrive Mobile via L & N R R.................... 2:30 a m
Literary, Scientific andProfessional points North and West; arriving DeFu- Arrive New Orleans via L & N R R......... 7:20 a m i

Irish and Hamburg Edgins, 8.20 a m, Pensacola 12.30p m, Montgom- Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand At Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa & Key
Departments. p m, Nashville 7.20 a m, St. Louis 8pm, New Orleans, via Pensacola and Mobile. West Railway, and fast river steamers, for St. Au-
Domestic o 7.00 p m, Cincinnati p m. FAST MAIL. Augustine, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville, and
For Catalogue apply to the Secretary of the Shirting, train carries Sleeper through from Jack- Leave Jacksonville.................................. 2:00: p m all points North, East and West, and with up-river 1
Faculty, __ to DeFuniak without change. Arrive Jacksonville.................................12:00: n'n steamers for South Florida : also with tAe new 1
P.O. UNIVEIISITY-OF'VIRGINIA,VA. Leave Callahan...................................... 2:45: p m twin-screw iron steamship :'City of Pal atka." and
--- -A NICE LINE OF- GOING EAST. No. 2. No. 10. Leave Chattahopchee..............................11:30 a m steamship City of Monticello. for Charleston, New
TO DVERTISERS!Lowest rates for advertising River Junction_......... 11.30 a m 12.35 a m Leave Thomasville................................. 1:40 p m York, Boston, Philadelphia, etc.
in 791 good newspapers sent free. Address Quincy_..................... 12.17 P m 1.52 Arrive Waycross .....?.............................- 4:40 p m Mail trains make close connection both ways ,
Geo. P.Rowell- & Co.,>10 Spruce St.. N.Y.. Tallahassce................ 1.15" 3.45" Arrive Jesup...........................................:. 6:15 p m via Jacksonville..Tampa & Key West Railway, at
: -1 H i -'- r' Drifton ....................... 2.20" 4.50" Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G............ 8:35 p m Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast Line-fast mail.
i READY-MADE .............................. At Gainesville
................. Arrive Savannah....... 7:58 p m with through Pullman Sleepers
WANTS D: Monticello. 3.t'5 p m 5.05 a m Arrive Charleston.............................-....... 1:25 a m over Savannah, Florida & Western Railway for
Madison.......... .......... 3.22 It m 5.58 a m Arrive Wilmington.................................. 8:20: a m New Orleans, Cedar Key, Pensacola Savannah,
TO BUY FOR CASH, 1 Ellaville..................... 3.53" 6.3.3" Arrive Weldon....................................._. 2:15 p m Albany, Montgomery, Louisville, St. Lou island
Live Oak.................... 4.20" 7.05" Arrive Richmond........................::......__ 6:00 p m all points West.
White 1 Egret and Heron Skins Black Silk Lake Citr................... 5.07 1t16" Arrive Washington..................................11:00 p m At Ocala. with Florida Railway & Navigation
1 Alpaca Baldwin ...................... 6.30 10.55 Arrive Baltimore......................................1235: a m Company, and hacks, for Silver Spring.At .
I Jacksonv1lle................. 7.15 1l.5-S Arrive Philadelphia...............?................3:45 a m Astor, with St.-John's River steamers for
I In Large Quantities Address at' I I Arrive New York............. ........................6:50 a m Jacksonville,Sanford and way landings.'
i ;kclose connection River Junction Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand At Leesburg with the St. John's & Lake Eustis
X-EWISpHIT & C0-> ": :And. New .Styles. in & Nashville trains from New, Or- Pullman New York. Division of the Florida'1 Sonthern Railway and

227 Pearl'Street; .N w.Yor. ., t: : ':. '-: and from Chicago St. Louis, Cincinnati, boats on Lakes Harris and Eustis. for points on ;
1 ; : ; Has,through Sleeper from ,Mont- EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. Lakes. f
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: :: .c ._A. ,; : : ')'. Leave Jacksonville.................................. 4:30 p m At Pemberton's jo'erry.-with South Florida Rail- t
WANTElj '- -1? A..BARGAIN1; F 10 makes close connection with trains from Arrive Jacksonville..................... .........11:30 a m road, for Lakeland Tampa, Kissimmee, llartow, ;
( t V" and North, and has. Sleeper from Leave Callahau...................................... 5:14: p m Orlando, Sanford, Tuckertown. and Fort Dade.
Springs. Arrive Callahan...-........................?.........10:46 a m I O. W..UROIWELL. .
Leave Waycross.... .....-.....?........_....._..-7:30: p m STRAW AND FUR Arrive Waycross.......... ...................:....... 8:25 am A: C. COWAN, t
10,000 Cases of Headache, Dyspepsia, SOUTHERN DIVISION. Leave Gainesville..._ ........... .................. 3:50 p m General Traveling Agent. r
Clulls and Fever, to cure with Dr. I). Dyer Leave Lake City_............. ...............?... 3:45 p m SHERMAN CONANT, _
& Son Pills. Free sample to all. Address SOUTH. No: 7. I No! 5.. No. 3. No. 19. Leave Live Oak......................?.............:7:10 p m General Manager.IEA M t'
DR. D. DYElirApyERTISBRS SON Men's Boys' Ladies' and 10.10 AM 4.10PM .Leave Thomasville............ .? ...............11:15 P m
-.- .. _-. ; --- -., ,,,..- _.... 11.30 7.25 Arrive Albany_........................??....._...1:30 a m
...__ ___...... : BjiriitianiMe! ,,: i.- I. Arrive Montgomery via Central R R........ 8-00 a m
-- ............ 11.45 AM 'S.45PM ............
Arrive Mobile via L & N R R ................. 2:10 p m
...... 12.50pl\I 12.:30": 10.00"" 9.30p\![ Arrive New Orleans via L & N R R......... 7:30 p m A.
OAIT R H AND L R .... 1.27 10.57 Arrive Nashville via L & N R R............... 7:10: p m '
_...... 1.43" 11.16" ,' Arrive Louisville via L& N R R-......._... 2:25 a m I FOAM
......... 2.04" Noll.. 11.42" : o.21. Arrive Cincinnati via L& N R R-............! 6:35 a m i
..?..?. .2.45." .45PM123OAM! 4.15AM .Arrive St.Louis via L& N R R_............... 7:40: a m

'tTKBHELLAS.TRU 3.30 6.25 Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand
......... 4.20 8.20 St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, Mont
T ....... 4.50 I 9.10 ". and Nashville. ALL FIRST-CLASS
: KS r Key... 6.45 12.25p\![ gomery., P

t .,1 1 i t i .. 3.25pI 1.37 Al\I" Leave Jacksonville......?.......................... 9:30 p m Storeke8Der: now keeD it foi'S'
can the i1fD'rr'HothJ:! ............ 3.57" 2.24 Arrive Jacksonville................................. 8:05' a m i
-earn. exatt costot'dny o I Spring 4.42"" .Leave Callahan....... :..............?.............1020 p m S
] l f I i t Wri I r [And a great [ 1.......... "t. Arrive Waycross _........;........... ...............12:35 a m
hleloIi 11 11 t J .... .5337"1 Arrive Albany via B & W R R...........?_ 5:30 a m
proposed Thankful for pasffavors, _... Arrive :Macon via Central R R?..............9:40 a m
..... i
: ; Arrive Atlanta via Central R E..........._.. 1:35: p m

i advertising American M.. 7 is through train from Fernandina'to Tav- Arrive Jesup .................._.................._._ 2:15 a m
in nt Callahan with Fast Mail from Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G R'R..._-'6.00: a m
I I' Fernandina, April 10, 1886. at Baldwin with train from Jackson- Arrive Macon via E T, V & G R B.:.......... 8::i l a m
and also No. 10 from all points on Western Arrive Atlanta via E T, V &G R R..12:()., n'n
papers by addressing ; at Waldo.with No. 11 for Cedar Key, Arrive Cincinnati via Cin South'n R'y_._6:50 a m

Tavares with iTavares, Orlando. and.Atlan- Pullman Buffet Cars and.Mann'Boudoir Buffet

Geo.. P. .. for Orlando; Caes via Waycross, Albany and Macon, and via
Row.eIL&-; : 3 is through train from Jacksonville to Tav- Waycross.Jesup and Macon between Jacksonvilleand
I New I.f J //1: l..1.j 1. Z jjlaa
papei. Advertising BureauJ_' "" .,. r, ; Tavares next rooming between Jacksonville Chattanooga,via Albany TO PARENTS.Many .
j 1O Spruce St., New York. r. ,Orlando&Atlantic train for Orlan- : and Jacksonville and Cincinnati via Jesup.
Send loots, <. : : at that point with South Florida '
for lOO-Paoe Pamphlet ,. .' for Tampa and intermediate points.. This SAVANNAH EXPRESS. baking powders are very pernicious
I : ; .. .::' carries Sleeper through from Jacksonville Leave Jacksonville .......?...................?... 9:30 p m to'health and while everyone regards his
Arrive Jacksonville..........-.................- 8:05' a m own,he should also have a care.for the Under
.;< -.Di )' ;...::..... ':..: '..'-;'. Leave Callahan...._.................-.............10:20 p m ones-the little children.

.- ''.:.- NORTH No.:8.' No4: : Arrive Callahan_.?........__......_............- 7:05 a m i
; v _.... !,:7.20 :'s. 5ixI Leave Gainesville...................-.............. 3:50 P m SEA
;>- res ._.?_ 7.47 AMI 8.52 Arrive Gainesville _?........?..._......_.......'9:35 a m FOAM
"' ;'j "'8.16''';. 9:45: ', Leave Lake City.........................._..._3:45 p m contains none of the bad qualities of baking
i < ; I .Jl1..ff.; : ........... 9.20 11.25"; .Arrive Lake City.,..._.....?..?..?...?......-10**) a m powders-soda or saleratus. It contains'.0 '
< iotiee.i l J .. f'r' ..-:;s. ;... 9 1 .. Spr'g. Arrive Live Oak........._......_.................... 6:15 a m
) ... ... 10.17
l\/TR./ RICHARD II. JONES IS Appointed "" >.:f."."' ,.s'''.;>: ,"of'" ?: ; ," j NT.o. if37 1247AM" .1.0., 0...<.>.. Arrive Thomasville...................?............ 7:50 a m
-1J.! .t. Arrive Albany_......_.._::......................-.11:50 a m .
Sub-Agent for the Waterman : ji. Key... 7.15AM 2.00PM Arrive Montgomery via Central R R......_ 7:23 p m Foam
Grant or Alberti Tract and all land hr-thiy ;" ;;:.: ..: -- :4r T' : ._... 4.50 Arrive Nashville via L& N R R__'.:........ 7:10 a m / All Chemists who have analyzed who have Sea used it
county known the E. _...: 5:50( II R .. _._ 220 m commend it. Housekeepers
as G. Brown land. .. Arrive Louisville via L &N R ;;;; p best effort
I -3 WM. B. C. DURYEE, Agt. ., ,4. i 1- .. 19.1o..t., : 8.15 Arrive Cincinnati via L& N R R..._._?. 63o' p m will have no other.other' Cooks,whose jubilant
have failed with powders are
2.30ex110.00'" R R....... ...... 8M m .
-t __.. Arrive St.Louis via L & N : p '
nandinaJflfutEs.bruarj...L t ,- f .. ,,4..., 1 RSG i \ ?...:...... 12.20p\Ij 3.00 .. Arrive Waycross_..._.......-...-..._..........!-:*>a m overSeaFoam. SavestimeS8veslaborsa.vesmoney.
t.. ; i : ... II! ..;.. :f Arrive Brunswick via B& W R R........?. 7:40 a m It is posltivetyunequated. Absolutely .
f3.35 pure.Used
.i rDislioh.Uon"l) '-4. __ ,hland... No.,6..f. 3.5.' No.20. Arrive Jesup_-........._...?__.?.;;._...._.* 3:13 a m ) the hotels :and restaurants
r .....12.40..1'1.50pu 5.00" 5.00.ur Arrive Savannah..................................-... 6.1o a m h lew by York leading and throughout the country..
TIlE FIRM OF SMITH fc CARROLL 2'35'" 5.50 II '" ......... Arrive Charleston...._................... ...._.12oo p m For sale all city first-class '
this day been dissolved J. Carroll _... j j 8.10 II Arrive Wilmington......_...._.,.. .....?....--. 8:30 p m by grocers.GANTZ :
retiring, J. Henry Smith continuing the t '{10.10 Arrive Richmond...............?...-...........? 5:48 p m .
business at the old., tand the,10 4.00. .. .: Arrive Washington ?_.. ;....::...-.-.-....?10:30 a m JONES & CO.17eDllaue ., '.,.
and 2o Cent Store'SeCond rknown as, ritrel ; a! 8 is through train fro n Tavares to Fernan- Arrive Baltimore _...... ...-....,......,........r12:0o p m .
street fleas L ) 1' .01'1 r St. JV. :I"
Tavares with Tavares, Orlan- Arrive Philadelphia_.::.......?;.__...?;..-.. r-S: pmArriveNew ,
.. Fernandina, Fla., April : 1886.I .. connecting train at'from Orlando at Wildwood York ;.......:.".._.?_-..;.........:.- 550: p m .f ,
: "0\' ;' -'.!'" \ -.', :..': '" [,,, .. 7 ...
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;, ',",' FLORIDA MIRROR : MAY 29, 1886

It1' FLORIDA MIIrRORtN. The Albion Pavilion Company.. Death of Mr. S. ,
I Ti.E A lady whe:: returned last Thursday.'from
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St. Simons, brings the sad news of the deathof UE ,
Ift f f1 ..l-. -YEAK--:-$-J.OO -FOR-SIX- MOXTHSReflections. COMMITTEE THE,ASSOCIATION.-BULKS GOVERNING Mr.S.s.'J..Den"t': ,. formerly manager of theMansion SUMHI GOO !
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( House and last winter clerk
at the
The Pavilion1
:.1.1 .ft.; ?,stockholders of the Albiort I
Hotel. Mr. Dent left here about
: ,{ 'ln 1:, on Amelia- Beach, met at the' Board of Egmont

r [ I 1 'warehouse on Broome.street dock is Trade rooms on Friday evening, last week, ten. days ago for Brunswick; to visit his '.'
,1 t 3 mother before entering his summer .'. "
being repaired. upon -
U PI: t for the purpose of electing an executive
: t Miss Eliza Marson made her old home a committee and to adopt rules governing the' engagement! with Mr.Haskins, at the Ar- We invite attention to the following seasonable goods :

:.r. short I visit this week. association.The gyle, Bahylon.L., On Saturday.last while
''t s out in a'small'pleasure boat ut 'St. Simons, ICE CREAM: FREEZERS-The "White Mountain and "Gem," triple
1i executive committee
qtr the will be of-the past season -
f.: Ji,,# i y On Sunday postoffice ,open
r the boat' accidentally upset and he was motion.
made the
following :
report ,
rtff; from 10:15'to 11:15 a. m. b
: Your executive committee beg leave report drowned.Mr. a
Mrs. E. O. Friend and Mrs. Angel left for : WATER f ,;
; I COOLERS-All sizes.
that since their appointment theyliavecompleted Dent was.a great favorite here, especially |
:':,\J! ...1'1. Ohio'last week to Spend the summer.Monday the erection of the pavilion and among,the young people, who; will I be .
'. : such bath-houses needed and have REFRIGERATORS Various styles and at Furniture
1./oi/;; being Decoration Day, Sundayhoun as were shocked at this sad news. prices, our Storeon
r I during the past winter built, a: breakwater '
;Z:' I will be observed at the post-office. for the protection of the property. This r T-- Centre Street.

."# il.f .. The infantry company, at their, drill lastl1rn.l was made necessary by the continued encroachment Died Through His Own Impruds /tee.
i; of the sea. FRUIT JARSIason's all sizes.
night made an excellent showing. William Plowman fireman of the Brit ,
; ;t1 Monday In accordance with your instructions, the a

,t'ir.i\\ ;;,;' MT: M. Carnegie, of Dungeness' left committee selected for the association ish steamship Cam Jlarth, :died on Saturdaylast MONITOR OIL STOVES -Superior to all others.

!l JiJ. Wednesday, with his family, for the North. to-witThe Albion Pavilion and Bath through his own imprudence. While
house Company. 'They have also adopted}
'I the
steamship was lying at at
Dr. J. G. Russell and wife leave for Syra- of ,
; rules governing membership, etc., a copy ,
Broome street -dock Piowman ,
JH ', case \. Y., via the Sea; Island Ro to-day. which accompanies this report for your : gathered a
,j'i,,: ,nt.; 1.1I1: i consideration. .'' large quantity of oysters from some, beds
t .'1; 1 Dr. f. M. Palmer and wife, of;Monticello I The executive committee organized by the underneah"fhe dock and from the'pilings,

,t j 1 1i!, a, arrived in'the city Wednesday eveninglast. selection of the following officers: A. O.IacDonell some 'or the latter being creosoted. Notwithstanding IN :OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Jif ; ) president; J. H. Prescott, treasurer '
'':..: ;1 j and Fred W. Kovt, secretary.The the fact that he was warned
:rj i J' Rev. Dr. Weller.,of Jacksonville, will hold following have been elected membersof that the eating of oysters at this season, and

$it l services at St. Peter Episcopal Church tomorrow the company by the committee: G. L.Baltzell particularly those oysters he gathered was

Wft''if" -" ti \111 I morning and evening. Charles, Thomas H. Berg.Kydd Mr., W.C.B.H.C.Whitner Duryeeand extremely,dangerous, he partook of them in We have all the Seasonable Goods, both for the Household and for Picnics -

!. I The Senate of the United States this week withdrew from the company. large quantities at different times, con-

: t confirmed the appointment. of Mr. W. A. The financial transactions of the committee .- suming the.last two days after they had been Excursions. etc.
stilted in the treasurer's filed ri' 1!: :, Mahoney as Collector of this port.' report gathered 1 and exposed to the sun. A day BUTTER, LARD and CHEESE kept cool and hard i in. our -. 13mmoth

U ;';1; Fred W. Hoyt & Co. have leased of A. B. Some repairs to the bath-house and pa- after he was taken.alarmingly ill and,medical _- '

) ; a'I ':;> Koyes the old) Sanborn & Hoyt store. It vilion are necessary before the opening of aid was called in by Captain Hurrell Refrigerator. I
a, kFr' storage the season, hut the property is generally in but all that could be done for him to
was relieve -
will be u ea them house.
by as a good condition. IE '"' Everything at bottom prices.
;:.. \, ..
; ; ;,: somewhat the fearful of
'yrtyr+.;:Vt ii! ,. Mr. F.. W. Simmons has purchased the J. H. PRESCOTT, paroxysms
FRED W. HOYT pain which attended his sickness. On Saturday' -
L :f41: one-story cottage adjoining the Egmont
.. For. the Executive Committee last succumbed, a victim to his
: i4r, .. Hotel park on the north on Seventh street.
f" 4" I '1l't.i'! The report of the treasurer showing balance awn gluttony., His body was taken in

:ft 4' '. r 9', The British' steamship Cam Marth went to ,of cash on hand of $7.77, was read and charge, by Undertaker. Henderson) and, buried FRED W. &
,"I. '' CO.
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; ,(: 4 last She drew I seventeen
'r\t1 'f., sea .Sunday noon approved.The on Sunday morning in the Old Town ceme-
!. feet and out by Captain William -
I.1. :I"f"" '_ 1 j 4<. ji, was piloted rules referred to were adopted and tery. '. .

; Ii h WI..' ,,;:...;,., :' '\ Bell. the secretary ordered to record them in the Plowman was a native of Southampton,

,t w;"r+ ;''.....',(..:' >.,: Commencing FridaIa. }' 28th, the steamships minute-book and obtain the signatures. to England. and was twenty-five. years of age. '
.t7&" said rules of all members. r : .
; "Jt..r.i: :i of the Mallory Line will leave New -

Kv&: '; ; .' York every Friday and Fernandina every The following executive committee was
; j> Mrs. Grundy Says .
ffr-w l .1 Thursday. then chosen for the, ensuing year: SamuelA. That the change of gauge is the chief
Swann, H. E. Dotterer and P. Kelly: FRED W. HOYT & CO.FFFFF
: : Old Aunt Peggy/ an old colored woman, topic in! railroad circles] ; .

;). %ll, supposed to be the oldest resident of the RULES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF MEMBER- That all other railroad projects are held in .

; ; county, died this week. Her age is given. at SHIP. ETC. abeyance of that event.

?5$'$ P:; 106 'ears. 1. This organization shall be known as That the possibilities" of the future of this

>-.J -4t\! : A movement is on foot among those, of the Albion Pavilion and Bath-house Com- city still exceed the probabilities. !' U U RRRR NX X II TTTTT U U" RRRR EEEEEF

\, '/J.:; tti;1 >'1, "'I I1I.'J' our:residents silo acknowledge. the Baptist pany.2. Its officers shall consist of an execu- That,the! '' Monday night drill of the Vol- F U. UR R X X NIl T U R REF

: '! ''' f fault, to reorganize a congregation for the tive committee of three, to be elected by unteers at the hall is being well, attended F UUR RNN NIIT U R REF
.;.;,tt ...":, $, f ballot, at the annual meeting in-}lay. .This and all, concerned are enthusiastic over the U UR: R.N.N X II T U U :.R.- "R. E
4 ,,:'It(' 'I I.; '1, rtr:!;.1..!Iii.J .purpose worship. 'committee so elected shall organize by elect- FFFF U U RRRR :X N X II T U U RRRR EEEEF
'M' ':'It1- .; '. ;; The schooner Quaker City, Captain Mc- ing oneof, its members to serve as chairman, reorganization! .; F 'U UUUNNNIITU R R E

,f r1'' .f:, 1 t .) Neilly, sailed for Philadelphia Thursday secretary and treasurer,"respectively That Captain Randolph will bring the F 'U U R R N N N II T U' U R RE

1\. f J : ,, with 700 tons of old iron rails. The Quaker 3. After the adoption ,of.these rules the company;toga high grade of efficiency; F UTrU;: R"R X XX: II T 'U U R REF
ti election of officers'shall occur on the'1st That it will be the best-looking and best- UUU R R N NN II T 'UUU'.R R EEEEE
l, "e-"J'r'$ City drewsixteen, and a half feet. :Monday in May of each year.. t \
: William will take the 4. Special meetings may be called at such drilled qpjupany, in the State within year ;
?r :: k Captain Thompson
t 1 '
That it is that
times during the the executive committee intimated a reorganizationof ...
: d{ ,t: f .' steam-yacht Mittoc, of Dungeness, shortly may deem necessary or "at the re- the artillery company will secure a bat- .
} to Jacksonville, where she will receive a in of five stockholders of
1 .. quest writing. any
the tery of 'Galling. guns, ; Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second.
! ; w thorough overhaulingduring the summer.'l'tI' company. ,
That there is material here for fine
good a
., "' 5. Certificates of stock in the pavilion at I
' % ,r: The St. Mary's river steam packet Martha $10 each constituting one share, shall be Gatling gun, corps, and it is believed that a ,

t,,, ils.; ,t ?)I left yesterday noon for Jacksonville via the issued by: the secretary, countersigned by little' effort. would make a success of the
+' J I inside route. She will go on the marine the chairman of the executive committee, .
,.lri ?J and said stock shall not be transferable or Artillery.That .. -,- -
'\ } railway there tohaveanew condenser putin.i .
;. J'i" redeemable. at the present rate of importationthe
:!; I.wr 4 To-day the work of changing the gauge 6. Each stockholder having one share of new school building will not begin to

: ;W r t ti of the Florida Railway & Navigation Company stock is entitled to the occupancy of one, hold! the children that may wish to attend
n and not more than two, bath-rooms. '
.:,li commences on the Western Division ; 7. Applications for membership, accompanied there; :;THE ATTENTION

::; ;*$' ,* Tuesday it will be the CentralnndVestern "by $10, shall be made in writing to That the building presents a handsome : : ;

;,z ;%:.; 1 Divisions turn.A the executive committee, and it shall re- exterior, the brick work being nearly fin- ; -i'- .. ;-:;
rt y ? i quire the unanimous,consent (by ballot) of
: box-car loaded with ninety barrels of said committee to admit the applicant. ished. : OF

x. ', ;.,-.t.., cement. which was precipitated into the 8. Additional bath-rooms may be built by That Major Duryee's chalet is developing a !

;! ', .t 1K river at the break-down in the dock two the executive committee when required by model handsome enough for a duke-or
1w reason of an increase membership.
r weeks, ago, was raised this! week in order to 9. The entire property (pavilion, bath and any other man.

,,. ,+< tn,i, ,.rlt la drive the piling for the new portion.A out-houses) belong to and is vested in the That some people are. bound to make their fm HOUSEKEEPERS \\\! II I
r. Paul from company aforesaid. For its protection and mark in this world, but when they use the + 111I
St. boy was recently sent '.p.ILhuman
., for repairs or improvements assessment -
t 1 any anatomy for cutting out their designs -
home to boarding school. He was homesick : ? may be levied at the discretion of the
tt"x of course, and after standing it just as executive committee, the same not to exceed it does not seem to meet with general

: long as he could, wrote: Dear Father: $5 per voting share per annum. approval-as it were ;
10. In voting at regular and special meetings That there is very little difference betweena -IS CALLED TO THE'COKizZ'I'E -
i' Life is short. Let it
very us spend together.
ti each stockholder having one share in child's primer and a physiognomy when ;
; ;, Your affectionate son." the pavilion has one vote, each stockholderwith "
; 1j share in the and they are'" illustrated with cuts.
M'' toy ? one pavilion havingone
t A Buffalo father,toY early rising, .
r t!, encourage bath-roorn two votes, each stockholder That Captain Stone was presented with
t M offered a prize of money to that child who with! one share in the pavilion and havingtwo the working tools of a mystic order Wednesday : : : ASSOa'I'KEN'I':

should rise earliest next morning. At a bath-rooms has three votes or three night, but the slight hesitation in his .. .:, .,. ..
.i '
:,voting shares. Assessments shall be leviedon : ::
very early hour a bright little girl made her this basis. walk was caused by the chap who held the .'. t' "' -,,"".. ii' : appearance, claimed and got the prize, and 11. All stockholders who refuse or neglectto gridiron and let it'slip. 'OFFAELYGROCERIES1"
.:tt then'went back to bed: pay assessments levied by the executive
committee shall after thirty days from thedatp.
The Baltimore of 16th has
Telegram May
of said demand, be deemed, and are
,. ors, ti, 1 a very interestingstory with'the' title, AH hereby declared to have forfeited their This morning at 3 o'clock at her late resi-

About a Watch b}' Miss Mary Baker, the membership, together with all rights and dence, corner of A lach ua and Fourth .Sts.,

ht very'clever writer who has on two occasions :benefits in and to the property, and it shall Elizabeth.. Jane wife of ,Wm. B. Wimberly,
,be the duty of the executive committee to' f"
,, ., favored the Mirror with interesting stories. immediately' take possession of the bath- in the 51st year of her age. ,The fun ralwill'

Miss Baker, now Mrs. Thompson, writes room or rooms of the said defaulting stockholders -, 'take place at three o'clock tomorrowafternoon J
' g for and in the interest of the 'Methodist church.
: very cleverly and has a peculiar aptitude com from the
,k,;:, .' --C. ,
pany. -- -------- f
*nr M for writing stories for young people. '
12. Any stockholder desiring tovacate his
'" Phineas Mitchell colored man bath-room will in, inform the MARINE. .', >, ..', .
employed writing, executive BOTH '<:
. i w l .at Reed's, saw-mill, Old Town,,was ,committee who will, as soon. as a Port of'Fernandina.
new member shall have been elected
trait as
seriously injured on Thursday by being HIGH WATER. .
struck in the lower of the abdomen herein provided, assign the same to him;75 Saturday, May 29............ 4:28 4:59 p. ..
,r part per cent of the amount obtained for said 'h "
Sunday.u 30........... 522 5:53
vViH with a board, which had become jammed in .room to be paid to the retiring member, Monday 31._......... 6:14 6:43 !.
the and cleared after deducting all assessments due and. un Tuesday June ..1............ '703 7:31" JJ( FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC )
? edger upon being was paid. Wednesday,". ,2.....?.... 7:50 8:19 "
t .hfit! forced back with great velocity by the saw, 13. The pavilion and bath-rooms Thursday 3............ 8:37 9:07: "
:are intended Friday. 4........... 935 9:54".
1r.1 striking him, as mentioned, and knockinghim for the use and occupancy-.of the

; senseless. Dr. Pope, who was called to stockholders and their respective families. ENTERED.
Using the pavilion for other Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Brunswick -WHICH WE ARE OFFERING-
any purpose,or
attend the man,thinks Mitchell will recover. Georgia daily.
l sub-letting the bath-rooms, is hereby' Prohibited May 26-Steamship State of Texas,Williams from
1 t < The Home Insurance"Company, after ten ,New York; freight and passengers to
r..,1t 14. The executive committee shall have R. W. Southwick. agent.
years of trial in Florida, have decided, to general control and supervision of the 27-schooner B.R.Woodside'. Reed, Nassau

''fl: ", t withdraw from the State as an unprofitable property of the company and will strictly. Schooner'N.P. Alice Beam Penniwell Port AT VERY LOW PRICES.,

field for fire insurance companies. We say enforce the foregoing rules. Royal; to L.A. Davis &Bro.;Orange

' e w" ; again what we had to say when the Ger- <" "." Bluff to load for Philndelphia. J
1 mania and the New York Underwriters'Agency Ho t for the Beach. CLEARED.
Steam-packet Thos.'Collyer, Dilwood,for Bruns- I "
r ; withdrew, via: we believe they are The following schedule for the running of wick, Georgia, daily. .

.M i I going out just when it promises to pay to re- ,trains to' Amelia. Beach is now in effect: May. Steamship State of Texas, Williams*for t
New York; freight and passengers,.by c
fi, main. 'Our wooden towns_have burned and DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. R.W. Southwick, agent. t

4 C brick ones take the place of them. The Leave Centre street at 4:10: and 7:30 p. m. Schooner delphia Quaker; old rail.City McNeily" Phila-' WHITNER & SCHUYLER

t ;; companies who have paid the losses would Leave Beach, at 6:10 and 9:00 p. m.; VESSELS IN PORT. ,

t I'Li t w',1, '. s recover their money, most likely; but they SUNDAYS. Brig Minnie Abbe, Plummer. ,
Schooner B. B. Woodside. Reed.
go away and leave the cream for new com Leave ,Centre street at 10:15 a. m., 12:45, Schooner Alice Hearn PenniwelL

;;**i, ,i panies. The Home has for several years, 2:00,3:00,4:00: 5:00, 7:30 p.,m. Schooner Schooner Annie Annie J.B..Trainer HoffSesHoffiles.,Derrickson.' 'f. NO. 47 CENTRE STREET.

t done a larger business here than any other Leave Beach at 10:30 a. m., 1:00,2:20.3:40, Schooner Clara E.Berger, Cook. 1

company. 4:15, 4:30: 6:10: 9:00 p. m. Schooner Lizzie Major Foster. .
Schooner Ida Lawrence. Young. ,', .. .
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